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( SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 CONGRATULATIONS to the Legion's star rightfielder, "Wimpy" Zombro and Mrs. Zombro on the arrival of a @aughter, Cynthia Ann, born last week in Woodbridge, Va... The new little miss weighed 7 pounds, 6-oz. This the second daughter in the Zombro family and now Karen, who is three and a half years old has a little sis- tbr... "Wimpy" said it looks as if I'll have to keep on playing baseball unless I can make a ball player of one of them." . . It might interest you to know that just five years ago, August 1, 1954, Mr. and Mrs. Zombro were mar- tied at harles Town's Legion Baseball Park... GRIF I;ITH STADIUM will be draped in ceremonial bunt-- lug reserved for All-Star Games, the World Series and Presidential openers on Saturday as the greatest figures in Washington baseball history gather for the 01d Timers Game at the hem eel the Senators. And we hope to be among those present as we will never forget those mem- orable baseball days of our old friend Ossie Bluege and that great infield of Roger Peckinpaugh, l :ucky Harris and Joe Judge, with Muddy Ruel back of the bat and Goose Goslin and Sam Rice among others in the outfield. It's going to be a BIG afternoon for everybody... 10UR THANKS Lt. Col. J. W. 'Ben' Benjamin for his nice letter and for his ihterest in 'Red' Norwood and his baseball actiVities. 'Ben,' as we have known him for many years, is Alumni Secretary and Public Relations Director at the fine Greenbrier Military School in Lewis- burg, W. Va... Nice to hear from you, 'Ben'... WHILE ,WE MISSED Jim Morison, and tim Blackford, Scrivener and Rent h trio in the press box at Legion Park last Sunday:' we did enjoy, very much, a 'day-off' and a mighty pleasant trip with members of the Brown house- hould at Hershey Park in Penna., last Sunday... The park is a dandy and is everything we have heard about it, but the real high-light for us during the afternoon was a chance to watch the Philadelphia Eagles go through a two- and-half-hour practice session in preparation for the pro football season... Man, are those fellows BIG!! (Our thanks to Jr. Wagner and Don Noland for handling the mike in such a commendable manner during the after- noon at the ball park.) A TRULY AMAZING baseball record is that of the Charles Town Legion team. Their current six-game win- ning streak boosted their record over four seasons to a fantastic 70 victories as against only 13 losses fo]: a per- centage of .843... The local's greatest season came back in 1956 when they dropped only one decision while win- ning 22 times. The Legion had another excellent record of 22-4 in %7 and last year would up with a 13 and 6 mark... FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. M yil]% Plant No : [deg i Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Bi[ SURE TO VISIT THE GREAT ,1,1, , 1 Join the Fun on the Mile Long Midway. Rides and an- sements for the entire family. Games! New Shows and good Food[ ~l~Uml~llI II mllIall Illl It lit mm mm m m In m m n N mum MImlJm J mi mim m~ Admission to the Grounds 65c Inawaw'nn|uunnlnmlnuunnnninniilnuinunnnnnnu|nunnnnuunuuuuwJ GOVERNOR'S DAY i OLD TIMER'S DAY TUESDAY, AUG. 11 | WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12 Helicopter will bring him | Oldest couple, oldest single to the Fair, You can take| man and woman will be a ride, tool | guests of the Fair Board. ll~mqmminmm mmmJ~vlom mt mm n m m m mm Wlm mmmna m nmamt immmmlmm m m mm m m m nmm mummm CUT RATE TICKETS ON kLL RIDES! ,m Heads Big Wrestling Sunday Forfeits Leaves Show In Hagerstown Gerrardstown, Bakerton To Battle For Loop Title TR COUNTY LEA , E TEAM W L Pct. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!)i!~i~iii~i~iiii~)}ii`:iii~}~ii}~!~iii~ii!~i!iiii~i~i~~jii~Gerr~rdst~wn 11 3 .786 ~!~iii~!~!~)~i!~.ii~i~/~!i~i!i~i~i~i~i~~~i:~i!~~ :':=:' ~'~'[ Bakerton 9 5 .643 "~::~:i~:iiiii~i~iii~iiii!ii~iii~!!!~,:/~i~/,i~iiii:t [Martinsburg 7 7 .500 :.~i::::i]iii::ii::~ i::ii~ ~ Gainesboro 6 8 .428 i:~!:::~i~i!i~!~ii][Brkeley Place 59 .357 !!:~i:~)ii~~ [Rippon 4I0 .286 i iii i~ [ Sunday's Games i:~i: :i~~ IGerraxdstown at Bakerton : :: ~:!:~:~ .~ ~i:~:~::!~:~ ::: ~'.-~ ~::.~ ~ . . ~i~i:Ti:~~~/Maxtmsburg ~t Rlppon .......... ~ili~!~ [Berkeley Place at Gamesboro i!~~~ [ Wrth only ~wo more Sund,ay ~f- ~~..]~ [,temoons of action le~ft in the 1959 L .. "7 nschedule in Tri-Coun~y League .I~ I" . "-~ - /play, two forfeited g~mes Sunday " ~ \ " ~ii] ] eli.m, ated all bu:t Bakerton and Ger ~ l~ }rardstowh from t~he league race ~i] [since bot~ teams were involved in /*he forfeit. ~~l Gerrardstown was awarded a 9- RICKI STARR One of the mos't outstax~din,g cards ever offered the wrestling ~ans in this vicinity has been book ed for Wednesday evening, Aug- ust 12 at Hagersto~vn's Municipal Stadium. I,'~ the feature match of the ev- ening, .the United ~ta;tes Tag Team Champions, Dr. Jerry Gra- ham and his brother, Eddie will put their title on bhe line in a best two out o three falls, one hour ,time li'm~t affair, agains~t ,the mountainous Haystacks Calhoun and tJhe "Flying Red'head" Red Bastein. A special ladies' mctoh w~.ll pit CHoria Bari,~tini agaknst Barbara Baker, "l~his will also be a best two out of Vhree fa:lls affair wlh a one. hour time limit. In suvporting matches, the sea sa~iona~t P~icki Starr, b~lle~ dancer ,turned wrestler, will take on the mad Prussian, Karl Von Hess; Gil ,bert C~sca of Rome, I,taiy will ~neet Rene BenChemou,1 of Algeria. Both are newcomers to this area. And Jack Terry oT Hollywood, ~la. will tangle wi~h another newcomer Frank Valois of Mon,~real, Canada. While all t~hree o'f the Legion'S 0 decision over Ri,ppon when the l~t~ter failed to show for a Sunday g~me; and Bakerton was awarded a similar win whe0u Gainesboro, ~a. failed to pu't in an appearan- ce for their scheduled game. In the only game ~ha, t was play ed the Martinsburg Braves 1-g,~ the .500 mark by scoring an 8-4 vie-, tory over the Berkeley Place bats men on Vhe VA CenCer diaznond. AlePh,ugh bagged for 12 hits, Mary YuriSh had w~hat was neces- sary in the clutch and was ~lTle to keep t)he Berkeley Place boys un- der co,u.trol, leaving 15 Yankee base runners on the bag. Roy Em mons was t)he hat, ring Star for t'he Berkeley Place ,team wi~h a dou- ble and three singles in four times a~ ba~. Kenny Morgan led ~,he Braves with a pair of t~i~. Reed also had two safeties. Goff , 9 1 .111 0 Ramey 12 1 .083 1 L. Bolyard 27 2 .074 2 Alexander 3 0 '.000 0 PITCHER'S RECORDS Pitcher W L Pct, Isherwood 4 0 1.000 Miller 2 0 1.000 Norwood 2 0 1.000 Alexander 1 0 1.000 Goff 3 1 .750 B Bolyard 1 1 .500 ~p b~tters lost ground in the in- I ..... ~dividual batting race as the result i m of Sunday's ac~ioa, several ira-[Lemon proved t~he~r seasonal averages con ~ ---D .... siderably, wit)h Bulky Bolyard and iiJi,m Moehier doing the most Sun- I day to im~prove (their b~ttin.g [marks, former collecting three hi,ts [in four trips t~ t~he plate and the I lat~ter four hi~ts in four times up. [ Bolyard vCho wen~t in to relieve I I~ay Doyle ~t shortstop early in Vhe g~(me and then la~er wen to ~the m0uad to replace John Goff, u:vped his ba'.tting mark 79 poin,ts from .154 to .233. Moehler u,pped Miller, Mal'achuk and Bond all lost ground in the batting race. Total 13 2 The averages to d,a~e are: PLAYER AB H Pet. RBi Locke ~ 2 1 .500 0 Dodson 2 1 .500 0 G. Jamison Miller 42 It .500 .396 1 Malachuk 27 10 .370 8 .333 1 Moehler Ranalli .333 2 Doyle 46 14 .304 10 Hopkins 44 13 .295 9 Zombro 46 13 .250"283 130 R. Jamison 3! 1 .233.111 i B. Bolyard 7 Isherwood THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL I u-N S RAL" HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown FOOT SPECIALIST From Page One Will Bein Chades Town AFTEKNOON and NIGHT From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. 107 South Charles treet Telephone 519-M EVERY THURSDAY J See The Outdoor and Indoor I 4'i 'i;:I ::~;I" iuP' Msste D,s ay. ~ .......... ~. e..) See the complete model of the .... geant Missile that appeared in the Armed Forces Parade in Washington. Its coming direct from New York to the HAGERSTOWN FAI R? ;i Exhibition Hall Open 6 Days-6--N tes R,z s: w .os, L I . EXHIBITS! Lnvestock Poultry Agriculture Horticulture Art Moch,nery COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, See the Water and Stage Show that thrilled millions at the Brussels 1958 Wor!d's Fair. Sam Snyder'$ Washers, Etc. US BEFORE YOU BUY. The Funniest Clowns and Champion Diversl Presented in the World's Largest Portable Pools and Stage. The Evolution of the Bathing Suit -- 1'50 to 1960. " M A G A H A'S 6 SIGHTS--4 MATINEES APPLIANCE CENTER SHOW SrARTS EACH NIGHT AT 8 P.M. Wed., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Matinees at 2:30 P.M. ,n to Grandstand $130 Telephone 424 i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .There's Plenty of Parking Space Goff, p If .................. 4 0 1 Totals ..............39 13 15 By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ~Mr. a,~d Mrs. Donald Staubs ~nd f~mily of l~l~tAmore, Md. were ~s~tt~etay nd~h~t visUtors v~h Mr. t~d'Mrs. ~aymond Col~and fam' ly. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs and family of Baltimore, Md. were S~tuvday nig~h't guess wi't.h Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and fam- ~lY,~Irs.'" Hazel Staubs, Mr. Frank Staubs and Mrs. Leona Staubs ,were callers at t~he Charles Town General Hospi'tal to see Mrs. Effie ~elds w:ho isa p~tie~'t there. (Ma~ter Ray Cook, son ~f Mrs. Elsie Cook spen't the pas,t week width Mr. Ral,ph Johnson in Mill- ville. Ray is on t~he li~le League :ball team. !Mr. Cletl Piper is serous ill at ~is home he suffered wi~h a stroke on Sunday morning. Mrs. Leona S~taubsis ~pending this week wi,~h her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. RaFmond Cole in Alexa,ndria, Va. helping ,them to get set~led. They just mov ed to Va. :Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and children of Chestnu~ Hill were S~turday evening callers ,with Mrs. Maud Everha~t and faro ily. ~Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart were callers wi,t~h Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hawk in Ohes~tnu.t Hill. ,Mrs. Mary Cogle, Mrs. Mildred Cogle and children Mrs. Leona Evex~hart and niece Marie Cook at .tended the Murreli Hill Sunday Scthool picnic. ~Ir. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and f.~n~lyof Chestnu~ Hill were Sunday visitors w~0h Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and f~rn~ly. '.Mr. Vernon Staubs and ch]l'd- ren David, Gary, Linda and Sa,n- dra were vi~si,tors in Frederick, Md. Friday morning to visit the eye doctor. ~Vlr. Henry Erbe of Arling~ton, Va. and Mr. Vernon St~aubs were business visitors in Greencas~tle, Pa. on Saturday. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Va~dorale and family of Mar~nsburg were Sunday evening visitors wi,th Mr. .and Mrs. Vernon ~taubs and fam ily. IMr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family were shoppers in Hag- erstown, Md. on Thursday. Mr. a,nd Mrs. James Crouson and family of Leesburg, Vs. were Saturday evening callers with Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Co~e. ~Vr. and Mrs. John Wh~ehair and son Keith.~,v of I~arpers Ferry were Sunday guests witch Mr. and ,Mrs. Howard Eve~art and fam- ily. :Mr. Aldridge Stau~s of Ckarles Town w~s a caller on Monday to see Mr. Clell Piper who is very ill,. Mrs. Mary Longerbeam had the mDfortune'to have a ci;ader block fall on her foot breaking some bones. But is able now to be at work ~t P~ansort/Frui~t Inc., in Ran son af, ter treatment from the doc- ~tor. The ladies are now busy work- ing in ~1;he 'peaches ~t ~ansc~n Frui Inc., in P~anson. They are IV~rs. Vanessa Everhar~, Mrs. Beat rice Everhart, IMrs. Ethel Bussard 'Mrs. Mary Longerbeam and Mrs. Dorothy Grove, Mz\s. Margaret Wil son, Mrs. The'lma Cogle, Miss El- ease Wilson. ,Mrs. Shirley CTrapman and children of Ma,nnings were vi~i* ~tors on Monday with her parent~ Mr. and .~&'s. Cagtain R, oc[gdr~ and My Miss Margaret Houser DEFERRED~ F~----~ LAST WEEK Mrs. R. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill motored to Shen- andoah Junction on Saturday eveoing and visited Mrs. Carrie Hill and son Jack. ,Miss Alma Lee KnotL of Mar- tinsburg, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and fam- ily over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Watson and sons, of Baltimore, Md., and Miss Judy Eickleberger visited at the heine of MvM. and Mrs. Les- ter Eichelberger arid Iamily on Robert"'s " Hill, of Winchester, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. F. S, Hill on Friday evening. . Miss Carolyn Hoffmas~er ann .Miss Esther Geary who have em- ployment ia WaShington, D. C., were the week-end guests of their parents. ,Miss Dottie Geary who has been visitiog her grandfather, Mr. Car- rol Joones in Homestead, Fla., ,has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and son, of Broadway, Vs., were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Knott and family and Mrs. Florence Runion. Mrs. Harold Harding, Mrs. An- n~ce Loudan, Mr. D. R. Hoffmas- ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffmaster motored to Middle- town, Md., on Sunday and visit- ed Mr. William Hoffmaster who is a patient i~a a rest home there. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Houser and daughter, of Hagerstown, Md., were Sunday guests of his 'parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser, Sr., and daughter. Mr. Carrol Jo~es, of Florida, is visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Geary and family. Miss Josephine Capriotti, of Woodville, Ohio, "spent Friday night and Saturday with Janie and Jimmy Gif,ft. Mr. a~d Mrs. James Kees and sons, of Martinsburg, were Sat- urday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C~ift and family. *Miss Judy Ann EiChleber~er of Baltimore, Md. is spending a few weeks wi,th Jan, ie and Jimmy CHit. Sund~ay guests a~ the home of ~Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gift were ~ss Dorene Gageby of Ea,~le, Mr, ,and Mrs. Dehz~r Hough from Mar tinsburg, Bobby Loudan, Bolivar, ~sses Carolyn HoffmRster and Judy Bridges of Alex,andria, Va. Earl Lee Goode of Brunswick, Md. "Mr. and Mrs. Wat~er Hoffmas,ter ,Mr. and Mrs. Bryan H0ffmaster and family, JOhn HR,rdir~g and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kid~il~r and dau gh'ter Karea. ~Miss Judy Bridges of Alexan- dria, Vs. was a gues~ of her uncle and aunt ,Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmuster over the weekend. Birthday Party A birthd~ay par~y was given at ~he home of Mr. and Mrs. C~rles Rinaldi on S un@ay in honor of ~~o~: ~!,~Ol er. ~hose present were M. and ~Mrs. Edmu~nd Hoffmaster and, ily of Rockville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Oh'aries Moler and family of I~agerstown, Mr. and Mrs. C~a~les W. Trail and daugh~ter of P oco- moke C~ty, Md., Mr. and Mrs.~V"Ly- le Moler of Charles To~n, Mr. and ~Mrs. James Grim and family, Ed die, Danny and Tommy {Moler. Everyone had a lovely day to- gether. Now Thru Sept. 12 POST TIME 2 P.M.E.D.T. ai Doily Ooublo on |41 & 2nd~Roce$ ADMISSION: Air Conditioned Club House $1.00 Grandstand - - 50c 9 RACES DAILY Q SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON _FARMERS ADVOCATE 2---B THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, it get a divorce in Pennsyl~ama Elizabeth The Gre~at-Eli~ where ghe ~ppeared ~n opposition. Jenkins; Sold For ~ilver-, Judge Snyder w~s asked to ser- Lira; The Third Ohoice-Ell${ A ruling by Judge Melvin C. ve in the case w!hen Judge D. ~H i Janew,ay; M~. ,Brid'ge-sE~r~ 'Snyder in Kingwood, W. Va. July ~odgers, jurist on t~he circui,t re- t~onneu, Jr.; i~]pie ~xpos 25 put the estate o the late cused himself ~rge ~ar:mon t=oxe; 'vne , A'l~bert J. Boyle back into t)he thick ........ ] Paradise-Eilee,u Baffle' The 1 of a Court controversy again be ......... !Joseph Kessel; Spinsiter-~ t~OOKS l~0w Available As~h~ton Warner"Comman tween his first and second wives. . , . , . , Judge Snyder ruled in effect At Charles Town L brary ,Morning-Pearl S. Buck, July 25 that t)he first Mrs. Boyle, I~Leps ~as~-~en s enson. Louise M., co aid proceed wi:t~h her '~mong t)he ne~ books now avail su,i~ ag~ins~ the second wife, Hel- able at the Charles Town Pub:lie[ Congress held responsi~fl{ erie W. who is executrix of the es- Library are the following: ]high U. S. spending. t~te. --~-------~ Bo:de w~o died two years ago, lef most of h~s esta~te o,f some PUBLIC SALE five million d(fllars to Mrs. Helene W. Boyle. IMrs. Louis M. Boyle sued in No- veto,bet 1958, ohtiming their 1933 divorce in Arkanst~ was void. She I will sell the following personal property, lee: said She was Vhe law,ful heir. Judge ,Melvin C. Snyder gave at the home for the aged, on Chancy Street, Boll ~he green lighit to Mrs. Louise W.Va., Jefferson County. Follow Signs, on i Boyle's su~t Saturday. Four mon- ths ago, he had t p held Mrs. Hel- SATURDAY, ,.AUGUST 8, 1959, ene Boyle, who cl,aimed her rival had insuffioient legal grounds to BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) 'sue. But the first Mrs. Boyle amend ed her petStion to the court and 'the la~est r~lk~g overturned ,~he earlier one. Counsel for the plaintiff said J, aty 27 it would ask for a hear- ing ,and would offer evidence ~hro~gth direot ,tesimony or depos i,tions .to support i~s con1~enion. Effect of .the ~ew rulin~g, Lacy I. Ri.c~, Mar~insburg, of olaintiff counsel, said is tha,t 'the plain- iff is now ba~k in court under .the leave-to-a, mend l.a, use in ~he earlier opinion. No date for fur- ~her steps in the case had been set Oxlay.,~,, .. . ~Mrs. Louise ~I. BoFle in .vne. orl ginal filin,g in Mar~h, 1958, ~l- .leged she and Mr. Boyle were mar tied i~ B~ltimore, June 10, 1,915 and ~tha~ he Obtained the divorce in quesbion ir~ Hot Sprin,~s, Ark., in 1933. He h,ad ,pre'dously tried ~o / 9 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 9 Holsthein Cow, springer; Holstein Cow, Holstein Heifer, 9-months old; Registered Heifer, Registered Jersey Cow, springer; Jersey Heifer, bred; 3 Registered Jersey open. HOUSEHOLD GOODS including Coffee Gossip Bench, Lawn Mower, and Other Articles Furniture not listed. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed settled for. REV. D. M. E W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rights Reserved. July 30- 2t. n] I O EVERY HOME NEEDS EVERY HOME THIS PORTION FREEZES FOOD* I IIF "' ._ SEPARATE INSULATION FOR ECONOMT ] ~[~[ [~]l LOTS OF FOOD STORAO| SPACE '* ,! THispART ms A REFRIG|RATOR I I[I_~_L--~ I~!111 e~Nrr o~ S.aF s~oRA~ s~Ac~ I Ill IS EASILY REACHED POTOMAC LIGHT & PO~VER CO. L i:i We are pulling hard for this community with t.AITtNO tI lR , m.o.ney, time, and the best modern banking fa- ,,, Xo Youa DeVO'etON-- clhtles that we can provide. Take advantage ** Reek Age Memmial! of our experience and interested cooperation in , carrying out your own plans. YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT THE MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. Phone 10 West Washington Street Charles Town, W'Va' (BringYour Banking Problems To Us. No Obligation At' All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System---