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~ii~~ i t SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1--b FIOM PAGE 1--B 49 wins against only 5 losses wili be in town. Billy Spencer the stylish University of Virginia righthander with a mark of ten straight mound victories has been told by Manager Walter Youse that he must beat Woody Walter's outfit here Sunday. This should be a humdinger. ,. o THE PRETFY COLORED flags are flying, water is bubbling high in the fountains ,the flowers are in full bloom, soft music is floating over the star-light terrace and all around the club house and grandstand and every one is waiting for the 7:15 familiar cry of 'they're off'- at beautiful Shenandoah Downs Thursday night. ------O------ BUCKY BOLYARD who played a let of basketball for the West Virginia Mountaineers and a lot of baseball for the Charles Town Legion, has signed a contract to play basketball with the Pittsburgh Rens of the new American Basketball League for the coming season. Bolyard has been serving as freshman basketball coach at VFL . . o MANAGER WOODY WALTERS was really-one down- in-the-mouth guy last Sunday, following the Legion's loss to the Stafford Braves. "I don't mind losing when you are beaten by a better ball club, but when you give one away like we did last Sunday, it hurts me all over the little veteran of many a diamond battle told us early Mon- day morning... .0- RICK RICKARD, 12-year-old righthander, struck out all 18 men he faced in a six-inning Houston Little League playoff game. Hick added a three-run home run as his Braeburn All-Stars blanked the Westbury All-Stars 9 to 0. O TWO STARS of last year's James Wood football squad are going to give it a try in college this fall. Paul Jen. kins, the big tackle, is going to Potomac State at Keyser, Charles Town State Police re- ported a series of six highway ac- cidents occurred in Jefferson County during the period of Sat- urday, July 15 and Monday, July 24, with property damage estima- ted at more than $2,300 to the nine cars and one telephone pole involved. Two persons also suffer ed minor personal injury. The first of the accidents oc- curred Saturday evening about 5:30 on Secondary Route 17 about 3.4 miles East of Ranson near the Abner Hockensmith farm, and in volved was a 1953 Plymouth being driven East on Route 17 by Elmer Owen Lewis, 37, of Summit Ave- nuet, Hagerstown, Md. Charles. Town State Trooper Tommy Ward said Lewis lost con- trol of the car and it struck a con crete culbert, not only knocking the top of it off but also moving it a short disance. Lewis was treated at the Charles Town Hos- pita4 and then later released. Trooper Ward said he charged Lewis with failure to have his car under control. Damage to the car amounted to about $500. Two accidents occurred Sunday evening, July 16, the first about 10:30 p. m. on State Route 9, a, bout 100 feet North of Kearneys and Phil Lafollett will enter Bridgewater College. Both ville and it involved two cars. boys were outstanding for the Colonels last/Fall and should Charles Town State Trooper Tomy Ward said a 1959 Plymouth cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners and turkey supper August 5 beginning [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VJmMeRS cutters 15.00 down; cows by the at 5 p. m. it was announced Men- I 2--B THURSDAY, JULY head up to 180.00; stocker and day. Proceeds from the supperI "--'-'- feeder steers up to 23.50; stock will go to the church building i,~sT;e~T0 heifers and bulls by the head up Adv to 135.00; fund. Choice to prime calves 28.00 to U.S. ~d Soviet I"A Constant 'Best Seller'--American. "ews 30.00; god butcher calves 25.00 to hopeful on arms talk. 27.00; medium butcher calves 21. - 00 to 24.00; thin calves 21.00 down The Middleway Methodist Chur- ch will hold a country ham and PUBLIC SALE Of House and Lot AT SHENANDOAH JUNCTION ! Pursuant to the terms of a cer- tain deed of trust made by James E. Brand, Jr. and wife to the un- dersigned trustee, dated June 1, 1955, recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 206, page 40, the un- dersigned will offer for sale at public auction in front of the Court House in Charles Town, W. Va. on SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961 AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. (DST) ~: all those certain lots of land, with ~ii~ ili~ improvements thereon, situated at Shenandoah Junction, in said ~::ii county and state, known as Lots 9, ~i::~:::: : 10, 11, 12 and 13, in Block No. 17, as the same are laid off and desig hated on the plat of Shasta, re- corded in said office in Deed Book Y, page 129. This property is the former res idence of the late C. T. Cross. It is improved by modern 8-room stuc co dwelling house, with tile bath, oil hotwater baseboard heating, modern built-in kitchen, hard GET THE FIRST GLASS--THIS FRIDAY or SATURDAY wood floors downstairs, and is in excellent condition, in a splendid ADSOLUTELY FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF location, ready for immediate oc- age. R. Barlow said Nelson Franklin by the Charles Town Police de- cupancy. The five lots are 50 feet Bob Madison, the fast and hard Chrisman, Route 1, Charles oTwn partment during the first 15 days in frontage each by 126 feet in hitting centerfielder for the Leg- was later charged with hit and of July according to a report giv- depth. ion jm~c~his batting average run. for ~he ~'~asoh by 24 points to a Trooper Barlow said Chrisman, ,en Charles Town Council by Pol. TERMS OF SALE: One-third ice Capt. Ephraim Day. Also a to cash on day of sale and the reSt- big .387 mark while Leonard blast driving a 1955 Plymouth and head tal of 86 overtime parking tickets due in two equal annual install. ed three hits in six times at bat to ed South on Route 9, struck a 1955 were issued with $52 of it being ments evidenced by the notes of best his mark to .354. Dodge being driven North on Rt. collected to date, bringing the the purchaser bearing interest 9 by Lester Frank Billings, 42 of fines total for the period to $780. from date of sale, said deferred And in the pitching department Martinsburg. The car is owned by 00. payments td be secured by a deed Rick Madison is the only unbeat- Mildred Gosnell of Martinsburg. A breakdown of the arrests of trust on said real estate; (or a en hurler on the Legion staff with Damage to the vehicles amounted shows 13 were speeders; eight larger part or all cash at the pur a record now of 2 and 0, while to about $100. Dick Forrest has a 6-1 mark and Trooper Barlow also investigat- were drunks, another eight were chaser's option.) charged with passing on a double LEE BUSHONG Gilbert Miller is 2-1. ed thre~ accidents Monday, July The averages as they stand are: 17 which occurred between 5 and Charles Town, W. Va. t. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY L INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 , , ..... GO TO cHURCH SUNDAY PITCHING AVERAGES Name W L Ave. R. Madison 2 O 1~00 Forrest 6 1 .857 Miller 2 1 .666 Barr O 1 .000 ofl wilt sell at Public Sale, located three (~)~miles South Charles Town, W. Va., on Harmony Eane (Turn ~tt Name AB R H Avg. 6 p. m. 35 6 17 .486 The first one occurred at 5:40 B. Madison 31 6 12 .387 Leonard 48 1117 .354 R. Madison 9 0 3 ~?~3 Miller 49 7 15 .306 Clatterbuck 20 3 6 .300 Bond 21 5 6 .285~ Zombro 50 9 12 240 Palamar 46 7 10 .217 Benton 28 4 6 .214 Knode 37 7 8 .216 Forrest 26 2 4 .153 p. m. on State Route 9 near Mt. Mission and involved were two cars. Trooper Barlow said a 1960 Volkswagen, being driven South on Route 9, by Dolbert Lee Bishop 39 of Alexandria, Va. got too far to the left of the center of the highway and struck a 1955 Ford being driven North by John Hen- ry Bayles, 22 of Route 2, Harpers Ferry. Bishop, who suffered a minor in jury to his right arm, was char- ged with being too far to the left of the center of the highway. Dam age to the two cars amounted to a- bout $900. While he was investigating this accident, Trooper Barlow satd an other occurred in front of Fritts store on State Route 9 in which only one car was involved. Trooper Barlow said a 1957 Ply mouth being driven North on Rt. 9 by Frederick Paul Dorie 30, of Baltimore, Md. lost control of his car and it struck a utility pole. Damage to the car amounted to about $225. Then about 6 p. m. a 1955 Chev This Is Our Own Decoration--Especially Made--Not Available Any- wher Else. Be Sure To Get A Full Set of Them. line; three each for drunken driv- ing and hazardous driving and two for failing to stop at a red light. Five other arrests were made for such offenses as reckless driving, disturbing the peace, driv ing without an operators license; failure to keep th car under con- trol and failure to yield the right of way. Raymond Lee Jenkins Shoots Sdf In Neck While On Drinking Spree Strange things often happen to people when they imbibe too freely in intoxicating drink and so it was last week with Raymond Lee Jenkins, 24 of near Summit Point who accidentally shot him- self in the neck during a drinking spree. Charles Town State Trooper W. R. Barlow said Jenkins was in the kitchen of his home about 1:30 Monday morning, July 17 and he had already had too much to drink when he got out a 22-calibre rifle he had at the house and start make the jump to college O_K.u being driven North on Route 9, Not Prefer -urhar'es by George William B~inks 50 of BOOTIE PSILLAS, son of our one-time Charles Town Shepherdstown had (neon forced ................ ~. ....+,... ~--h ........ ,~ ,,,hil,~ ;3Ulllvan Williams, 't0, O~ tmar- resident Bootie Psillas (( (now a top insurance executive in to ..wp .,= .......... Hagerstown, Md.) was one of the fourteen players picked Mr. Banks was out trying to de- ies Town, suffered a nine.inch for the Hagerstown Federal Little League's all-star tour- termine the cause of the trouble, chest wound which required 32 a 1950 Ford being driven North. stitches to close about 4".30 Sun- nament last week. on the highway by George Will- d ........... --~ ............ ay amy IO wnen ne was staDoeu iam Amorose, .a~ oz. Koute x, ~ear ........... ,, IStotler Cont,nues Js Wlm a KnlIe wleluefl By a r egro Stafford neysville, struck the Banks car. wnm~, ~t ~ Cho~,. ~'-, ,, Mrs Frances rsanKs a pass ng .... : From Page I [ .. ".: ...... Charles Town Police said Wil- zne ~anKs car, wnen it was s~rucg ......... [~ .... . .... hams was treatexl ~or me wouna Leonard, c ..~ ..... 3 1 2 [ensati0nal Hitting sne sutzeroo a neck m3ury anu at th~ h.~.i,o~ ,a ,h .... ,.oo a was treated at the office of Dr -- -.~.'"%~'~" :"" .""" ..... -~": Benton, lb, p. ......... 3 0 0 [p . ~ --,, ............ " r~e O1Q no~ preter cnarges agalns~ rlazvar~l wanger In ~nepneres Palamar, rf ............ 3 0 o lror Legion tsasel)ailers the woman. Police said Williams town. "'" .... mbrose was arrested and jailed on a drun Madison, cf ............ 4 0 0 [ Trooper waro sam ~ ~onno~e oh~wo Forrest, p .............. 1 0 0 [ Tubby Stotler, Bob Madison and was charged with failure to have ............... ~'~" Clatterbuck, ff 3 0 1 Bootse e a r " : " ......... I y L onard ll fattened thei his car under control. Damage to ~ ~ - " " " ~" "~ "~0 ]batting averages in the two games the two cars amounted to about u rles town YOIICe Totals .............. aa ~ [ which the Charles Town American $450. [Legion baseballers played over The other Sunday accident oc-ID~$ AA ~m.,,~,,~h, ILu, the past week, with Stotler boost- curred about 11:30 p. m. at the [lllgpI/ll "1['1[ '/~ll~l} [UI ing his average by 28 points to fur intersection of Secondary Route I .... 20 on State Route 9, with two cars I First Half Of Jul ther increase his batting lead. He being involved. Y has to date collected 17 hits in 35 times at bat for a nifty .486 aver- Charles Town State Trooper W. A total of 44 arrests were made and were treated at the Charles Town General Hospital about 9:20 Friday, July 14 as the result of a two car motor vehicle accident which occurred at the intersection of Congress and Lawrence streets. Charles Town Police officer Douglas Dennison said Miss Proc tor, who sustained a fractured rib was a passenger in a car being driven by James Willard Harrison of Knoxville, Tenn. and Mrs. Mar- tin who had head and arm lacerat ions, was a passenger in a car being driven by Harry. E. Martin of Bakerton. Patrolman Dennison said Mar- tin, whose car was being pushed by another car was charged with running a red light. Property dam age was listed at $675. Charles Town Negro Man Stabbed Does In Two-Car Accident In Charles Town Miss Betty Proctor of Charles Town and Mrs. Betty Martin of Bakerton, suffered minor injuries MIDDLEWAY METHODIST TO HAVE SUPPER AUG. 5 butcher hogs 17.00 to 20.00; shoats per hundred 24.00 down; pigs per head 12.50 down; heavy boars 10.- 00 to ll.00; stags none; sows and pigs up to 80.00; stock boars up to 15.00. ..Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. H. L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIONS CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG STARTING A NEW SET OF BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED: 12-OUNCE SIZE--CRYSTAL---HEAVY BOTTOM Log Cabin on Route 340 West, I~ miles to house) the Fol- lowing Personal Property, on S/kTI)RDAY, AUGUST 5, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. 1~ (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. One Comforter Gas Heater, new; Stciff Gr~nd l~ano; Old Kimball Organ, 2 Library Tables, 3-Ptece Wicker Set, 1 Round Oak T~ble. Oak Buffet, Hall Tree, Seem's,1 Rocking Chairs, Several Straight Chairs, Old Morris Clmir, 2 Writ- ing Desks, 2 Wash Stands, Old Settee, Large Oak Wardrobe, 2 Radios, Iron Bed, Springs and M~ttres~; Kitchen Cabinet, Oak Bureau, Baby Bed, Springs and Mattrer~; 1 Haxd Co~| Heating Stove, 2 Porch Swings, Pictures and Picture Frames; Electric Lamps, Oil Lamps, 2 Rayo Lamps, Rugs, Quilting Frames, End Table, Several Stands, Old Violin, Sevevr~l Mantel Clocks. A Lot of Old Books. Smoking Stands, 2 Butter Prints and Paddle; Old Flat Irons, 1 Old Barrel Churn, Dasher Churns, Fire Place Screen gnd Andirons; Stone Crocks, 1 Set Old Roger's Silver Service; Set of l~gre~ Dishes. service for eight: 1 Set Amber Dishes, service for eight: Lot of Odd Dishes, Pots, Pans, Pressure Cooker, Large Pewter Pitcher. Old Cradle, 30-Gallon Apple Butter Kettle and Stirer: Old Trunks, Large M~il Box, 1 Roe Reel Mower; 1 Roe Rotary Mower, and Lots of Other Articles that axe too numerous to mention. TEEMS :---CASH, PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer. CLAItK PURR, Clexk. LUNCH RIGHTS I~ESERVED. J~ty ~7-gt, B. H. BARR rolet being driven South on Rt. 9 by Henry Alan Waterman, of Washington, D. C. went out of control and over an embankment near the Virginia-West Virginia line. Damage to the car amounted to about $25, Trooper Barlow stat- ed. Waterman was charged with failure to have hi~ c~ u~der con- trol. Berle sees ec0nomic crisis in Lat in America. WITH YOUR ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS---, IN YOUR HOMI[... ON YOUR FARM AT YOUIt BU$1N CALL POTOMAC LIGHT & POWI R COMPANY ed to fool with it. He set the gun on the floor and fired the shot going through the left side of his neck. Trooper Barlow said that Jen- kins not realizing the seriousness of the wound refused to be taken to the Charles Town General Ho~ cpita! t~,lti! some time after the ac ident had occurred. L ..... I The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at CharIes l Town Monday, July 24, 1961. ! ~Receipts of hogs light with a god demand for all hogs and catl-i tlel eature of sale was prime veal i top $30.00; hogs active and higher. Choice butcher steers none; 30:00 good butcher calves 25.00 to plain to medium steers 17.00 to 19.00; choice butcher heifers dry fed 22.00 to 23,00; good butcher heifers 18.00 to 21.00~ plain to mad ium heifers 14.00 to 17.50; goo~l bull 19.00 to 0.00; plaia to mad, /tim bulls 16.00 to 18.$0: c amev. ci l cows 16.00 to 17.00; utility Trustee July 6.4t- GASOLINE RANSON STATIONS MARTINSBURG O A~k your d~ abOUt a ~t~l c001 extra.cost option--Chevrolet air conditioning. .L New Chevy Corrair 7004~-Door Sedau New Impala Sport Coupe @ ors one-stop You can't beat your Chevy dealer for a July buy! Summer- time saviRgs are in full swing. And--because those Jet-smooth Chevies are outselling all other makes--he's in a position to make the ~avh~g~ even better. Take your pick from luxuri- ous Impalas, popular Bel Airs, thrifty Biscaynes and those best-selling full size wagons. Corvair your dish? See those trim, easy going sedans and coupes. (including the sporty at your Monzas) and Greenbrier and Lakewood wagons. Co bug biting you? America's goingest sports car is itchin8 make you happy. And so is your dealer, who everythi~g on wheels you could want, wish love with. Live it up, save it up, see him now. Jet-slnooth ,, o New B.el Air 4-Door Sedan--Popularly priced and packed New Nomad 9-Passenger Stalion Wagon'Most luxurious with all the Chevy virtues. : of Chevy's six best selling wagons. See the,new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's ................................. . ........................................................................................................................................ West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Two Women Injured red head grade lambs 17.00; red shoulder grade lambs 15.50; but- cher ewes 2.00 to 6.00; stock per heao up to 10.00; Good butcher hogs No. 1 19.0( to 19.40; medium butcher hogs 17. 00 to 18.75; heavy butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.50; butcher sows 13.00 to 16.25; heavy feeders and light heavy calves 18.00 to 25.00; Blue head grade lambs 20.00;