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sr, mlT oF g--A JEFFERSON rARrtr, s ADVOCATE t~. s. f~:hter.-h~m~heJ-~ to tJe re,v, " 7 9 ," S. at:tJt;udes. TItIIRSDAY, AIGI,ST _0, 19 )9 READ TIlE CLA,q,qlFIEDS BAKERTON CAPTURES CHAMPIONSHIP POTOMAC LEAGUE :,e The Bakerton Senators, champions of the Potomac Little League in the first two years it operated, but unable to figure in the championship race the past two years, came back strong thLs year to win the title once again, this time beating out the Hprpers Ferry Tigers in ~t three-game post-sea- son playoff. The Bakerton, Harpers Ferry and Millville teams all battled for the title right down to the wire, with Bakerton and Harpers Ferry moving into a deadlock as the season ended. In the pJayoff Tommy Hoffmaster, who had not pitched much all season was sent to the mound by Baker- ton Manager Thomas Welty and it proved to be a good move as Hoffmaster stopped the Harpers Ferry boys with only five hits and a 16-1 victory. Members of the team as shown above are, left to right, first row :--Douglas Whitmer, Bobby Nichols. Steve Weller, Dennis Capriotti (bat boy); Gary Ca.priott! William Kidwiler Tommy Hoffmaster. Back row, left to right:~-Assistant Manager, Bryan Hoffmaster, George Nichols, Calvin Whitmer, Billy Rose, Jay Hoak, Charles Welty, Granville Longer- beam, Tommy Moler. and Manager Thomas Weity. WHAT'S GOING ON IN . By Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX IL Helpers [Lawn Party The Ranso,as Helpers Club held ~t~eir lawn party a,t the Old Ran- son Sohool last Saturd,ay. They utl had a grand time and the club cleared abou, t ninety dollars. Miss Etizxbeth Webb and her brot~her David visited with Mr. aJld Mrs. Bob Liffhrt and family ~f Summi,t Poin,t on Tuesday even 'Mrs. Wil'Ham McDowe'H visited wa,t)h frienc~s in Martinsburg on naay. 'Mrs. Bill Hitt is feeling better (~$ter spending a few days in the 0P,~Vies Town Hospital for a ~eCkup and a rest. ~r. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and ~n were visi,tors with Mr. and ~rs. Robert Willing'ham on Sat- Brd(t y even:rig. ~Mz'. and Mrs. Arthur Viands have been staying with Mrs. Clar- ence Pearl a few days while M,r. ~arl ha~s been in Baltimore, Md. ~o a convention. ~esday visitors wi'th, Mrs. R. Bza,ithwa,ite and children was her sister Mrs. Russell McAboy and son of Brucetown. Recen,t visitors with Mrs. Re- becca Mauck have bee,n Mrs. B. Chamt~l~n, Miss Pa~t Mauck, Mrs. LM~arie Wv~t,t and Mrs. Nancy Hitt and dau~h~ter and ~Mrs. iMyra Bra,itihwai,t e. ~Mr. Azhur Webb and daughter El,lzabeth and son David visited ,with Mr. and Mrs, Albert Coulter of PleasancE Valley, Md. last sun- day afternoon. 'Mr. John Sm:allwood and Miss Carol Reed were Monday nig,h,t visi~tors with Mr. a;ad Mrs. Roy Breeden. Master Wayne Breeden spent the past week witch his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Small wood out in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H~n~ton drove Sunday to the Rest Home a Keys ville to visit with their aun,t Mrs. Irene Boyd. Miss Becky Clem s~pen,t Tuesday w,ith her friend Timmy Shaffer. Oary a,nd Becky Clem are now ~pend~ng the summer wWh their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. How- Lard Ashwood, while their mother }s work in, g in V~inchester, Va. They spen;t the weekend with :)their parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald i Clem and while t, here they wen,t ~to New Market, Va. to the End- less Caverns. , Miss I:):knna S'haffer spent the ,Week w~V,h Y~r. and Mrs. J. W. ,Stuckey. ,Mrs. Richard Braith,wa,ite and CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. = OFF ROUTE 340 i I *MISS CORRINE---Aerial Acts children and Mrs. E!~hraim Day and sons Mark and Ephraim, Jr. were Monday visitors with Mrs. Roy Breeden. ,Mrs. Howard Ashwood and her grand'children spen,t Tuesday aft erncon witch the Wilsons and the Slu.~hers of Leetow,n. Mrs. John Goode and Miss E- lizabe~th Webb visited with Mrs. ,Marg~aret Ennis on Thursday. T. S~t and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Soutthlawn, Md. spen,t the pa~sit weekend wit,h Mr. Ar- t~hur Webb and family. ~Mrs. VCalter GlaAze and Miss EHzabeth Webb visited with Mrs. ,Mary Ot,t on Thursday evening. ~Mrs. Oft has juS, t returned from t,he hospita'l where she took a rest a,nd had a checku,p and x-Rays. iMr. and Mrs. Dineen WelSh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb and son's spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Arthur Webb and family. Rites Held Monday For W. S. Venable Prominent Charles Town Citizen F,mmral 'services were held Man day afternoon at 4 p. m. from Zion Episcopal Church, Oharles Town for William S. Venable, 79, one of Charles Town's bes.t known citizen's ~ho died SaLurd,ay even- ing about 6 at his home on South Mildred street, of a heart attack. The Rev. Stanley F'. H,auser, rec- ,~or o{ Zion Churoh officla~ted. The body was then taken to Ports- mouth, Va. where graveside ser- vices were conducted Tuesday at 5 p. m. by the Rev. Beverley Tuck er White, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal Church there. In.ter- ment was made in Eilmwood Cem- etery in Portsmouth. Active bearers were: E dwat'd Dil,lard, Paul Oa'in, J. A. Eys, ter, Dc,nald Eys~ter, Joseph Warren- fel~tz, W. C. Perry, James W. Stri- der. Leeds K. Riely. Honorary bearers were: P. P. Nelson, W. P. C. Perry. John S. Alfriend, H. H. Byrer, Forrest A. Brotvn, Daniel Yowell, Walter G. Nelson, Ste!~hen S~tone, David DiN lard, Thornton T. Perry, C. M. :Bane Brown, John F. Ambrose, J~hn Briscoe, Frederick O. Byrer, Raymond Ridd,leberger, Robert O.' McCorm{ck, Mark Wetzel, Clark Furl Edward L. McDonald, Jr., James M. Mason, III, C. C. Tab~, J. M. Trapnell, Ma'~2ce Viener, F. B. Wysong, Thomas Step,toe, Frank Corre~an, Drs. D. C. Mas- ter, W. E. Trussell, Dale Keyser. The deceased had suffered a A]w he Time. 'IIT'SLWHITE'S FOODS ALWAY " Your y )f FREE Carried and Plenty of to Wait on You All of Your Car FREE of Charge. PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 20c Lb.) U.S.D.A. }t 16c lb.} I",'11 I = *MANHATTAN STEPPERS--(6 Girls) heart attack some six weeks ago *BUD & ROSE--Rope Artist and was hosp'Xalized; bu, t he had recovered sufficien~tly to return to *RAY JENKINS---Organist ~his home more t~han a week ago. .~ ....... ~.:. :~ ........... ~ .,. ~ ......... ~::: ~: ~:..,:::::: ::::::.. ........... ~:::: .:::::. ............... .:. :::: ~ ............ :::..: ......... , ................................................................. ROY WN-ANI) " He born in Vienna, Md. 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