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" .... : "%. - ." : ----. ,'. .. . -. t hie Clatterbuck' wh had repine"Ip nly 1 percent f the ttal hum" T SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON I] l led Palamar in rightfield, got a St0tler Ca ture~ her of fish reported killed, and[2 B THURSDAY AUGUST ~1 ]walk to load the bases and set i Batting Title For . [the majority of these were other [ ~--~' ~ ~ [the stage for Madison's long than game fish . t P ; /blast which scored the tie-break ...... Industrial wastes accounted for day August 29th at 700 P M, son, C William Moore and ling and two insurance runs. H.[ 5,460,000 ofthefish reported kill DST. McDonald. [W. Reese, Fort Myer right field- Charles Town Legt0n ed I tIost members: Rev John W . , t 1 ! l er made a spectacular runningI Domesticsewage was reported I Link, chairman, Max Brown, C. I In Russia they have a~ [catch of the ball, but stumbled I Tubby Stotler of Hagerstown, ~etheshCa~i~e~f x nore than half IBrown Hendricks, Adam Link, T ]every hotel rovm--only ~t ~' i~ terrific line-drive by Bob And just as in the previous/slightly just he caught it and in IMd., who joined the Charles b~ w,~.~ vv,u~- , .............. " Is doing dropped it. This opened ]Town American Legion baseball- ants other than by industrial was ]wzmam ~viarzow, ~uy T. lvzorrv ~ you. Madison into deep right center- game, it was a pitcher's battle un/the gates for Miller, Benton and ]ers a short time after the 1961 ' ' tes. -,~ fietderfietd which the Frt Myer right til the end with Frt Myer hav'[Clatterbuck t scre'made a spectacular catch ing collected only four hits and ]season was underway, has captur The quotations of The Blue Rid k k ~ of,~and then dropped, provided the Legion five until the Legion [ Dick Forrest, who had relieved led the Legion batting crown with |ge Livestock Sales at Charles Sons of Conferedate Veterans th~ break in the last half of the broke the game wide open withtRick Madison in the fifth frame, in nifty -469 average. /Town Monday, Aug. 21, 1961. To Meet "T tqg b , [set the Colonials down'in order l "In the 11 games in which he[ Receipts of cows and hogs mod August 29th. eighth frame that permitted the three runs on two hits in the hot- Charles Town Legionnaires to re- tom of the eighth, in the top of the ninth, striking [participated Stotler, who was an |erate with a good demand for all gister a 4-1 victory over the Fort With the score tied at 1-1 Stot-out Joe and Mahaffey and for- ]outstanding ball player in high|livestock on sale. sThe Hen~YnK:derD~:gl~stC?amnP W W ll~ mS~tAVt~M,NW~:~m~ fy~C~l:nioalSffe~nday afternoon ler grounded out to start the hot- cing Villa to fly out to the first [school and who also played for| Feature of sale was prime veal ' ~ ~" CH~ES~ W V~ will hold their August meeting ..... ~. ~ : u. . baseman. [several years with teams in the /top $33.75; hogs, cows and cattle and dinner at the War Memorial r r r m,~6,tm - ]Pittsburgh Pirates and Balti-/higher. ' Building in Shepherdstown, Tues r Ir IV . ~ .............. was me lzm we[cry oz me tom ,of the eighth. Then Gilbert The Legion moved into a quick [more Orioles farm system, clout- ..... Miller collected his third hit of 1-0 lead in the first frame when |ed 22 base knocks in 47 times at | Choice butcher sters 24.00 to ~i ..... season [or the Legion; i~ was me ........... me mternoon to start me raziy, after Knode had walked, Wimpy [bat to clinch the batting crown. /24.75; good butcher steers 22:00 final game of1961for the Legion ............. Zombro blasted a long triple in-/stotlerdroveinl0runsandclout to 24.00; plain to medium steers ~i~ ~l ......... inert Leonaru t'izeu out to me H.t. MllIS GASOLINE STAT]0NS : :i,: oarsmen; ana It gave me Legmn second baseman. And with two to right centerfield to score Kno-led three home runs and five dou 18.00 to 21.00; ehoice butcher ~ even break in the two games out and two strikes on him Bill de. Zombro,was thrown out, how- [hies. And in addition to his pow- steers none; good butcher heifers I,! m Im CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG /i, ,, t ey have played Fort Myer this Benton came through with a sin-" ever, trying to make it a round- 19.00 to 21.00; plain to medium i year. gle that kept the rally alive. Ron tripper. |erful and timely hitting, Stotler heifers 15.00 to 18.00; good bulls 6th ): was also a standout defensively. 19.00 to 20.50; plain to medium FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th and 2 7- - ~ Fort Myer tied the score in the Finishing second to Stotler was bulls 16.00 to 18.00; commercial top of the third by pushing over Bob Madison, also a late comer to a run on one hit. Mahaffey open- the Legion team this season. Mad cows 16.00 to 17.50; utility cows GET ANOTHER TOP QUALITY, 12-OUNCE CRYSTAL Phone 399 ed the frame with a single, went 15.00 to 16.00; canners and cut- HEAVY BOTTOM, DECORATED ison and his brother Rick, a pit- term 15.00 down; cows by the head to second on a wild pitch by Rick cher, joined the Legion team in up to 165.00; stocker and feeder CHARLES TOWN, Madison to second base and scor- ed later on an infield out. June with the Summer closing of Florida State College where they steers up to 24.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 130. W. VA. Great Fielding had played baseball this past 00; with The game was marked Spring. AL! some ' great fielding plays on the Madison participated in 12 Choiee to prime calves 30.00 to part of both teams games and in the-43 times at bat, 33.75; good butcher calves 26.00 to 29.00; medium butcher calves N. John Poe went all the way for he coluted 16 basehits for a nil 21.00 to 25.00; thin calves 20.00 Fort Myer, while Rick Madison ty .372 average. - down; heavy calves up to 24.00; Fl AL CLEARANCE 0 ALL worked 'four innings and gave up Finishing third was Bootsey Blue head grade lambs 21.00; REMAINING SUMMER STYLES! but one hit. . Leonard, former diamond and Miller led the Legion .at the gridiron star at Shepherd Col- red head grade lambs 20.00; red shoulder grade lambs 17.30; but- plate getting three of the .seven lege, who played in all 16 of the cher ewes 3.00 to 6.00; stock ewes I- I ~ hits off of Poe, Mahaffey was the Legion games and finished up per head up to 8.00; CHUREN~S SANDALS only Fort Myer batter to hit safe the season with a .354 average. Good butcher hogs 18.50 to 19.- ly more than once. Leonardhit safely 23 times in 65 40; medium butcher hogs 17.00 WITH EACH PURCHASE OF Prior to the game the Dodgers times at bat and scored 15 runS, to 18.25; heavy butcher hogs 16.- All. Remaining Poll Parrot $ o00 champions,of the Jefferson Lit-the highest of "any man-on the 00 to 18.00; butcher sows 12.00 to I) ( ilICN i Sand,s--Were to $3.98-- tie League and a team of Legion team. He has been hitting better 16.50; heavy feeders and light Buy Now and Save! players engaged in an abbreviat- than .300 all season and at one butcher hogs 17.00 to 21.00; ed three inning game which prov time was pushing close to the .400 shoats per hundred 24.00 down; O 1~ " ll ~ 1 ~ ed much entertainment for the mark. 0LINE pigs per head 12.00 down; heavy several hundred fans. The fourth highest man was boars 10.50 to 1i.50; stags none; CltlLDREN'S OXFORDS AND The 0xscoro. G A S Gilbert Miller, the veteran pitch- sows and pigs none; stock boars er, outfielder and infielder, who 12.00 to 16.00. Ideal For~- Starting , to School, .97 Fort Myer Mahaffey, If ........... 4 1 also played in all 16 games and Whites and Two Tone Styles-- Hagen, ss .............. 4 0 02 hit safely 20 times in 60 times at Miscellaneous Sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock sales 1:30 V.M. This Is Our 0w0n Decoration. bat for a .333 average. Miller was Were $4.98--Sizes 8 to 3-- McGrann, 2b .......... 4 0 Boys or Girls. Heflin, lb ............. 2 0 ~ also second to Leonard in runs each Monday. Especially Made. Not Avail. scored with 13. &~ Daniels, 3b ............ 4-0 i iHd Peterson, c ............ 4 0 S Finishing fifth was Flicker Bond, another veteran of the r ableAnywhere Else. WOMENS SUMMER Repor Reese, rf .............. 2o MORE GLASSES Villa, cf ............... 2oo team, who played in nine games By PoIluhon In 1960 and batted .320. In the pitching All Remaining Stytes $11 . $4 . Poe, p ................ 3 0 in Three Groups. d qtnuW Noll, ph ............... 1 0 galsodepartmenta Hagerstownit was diamondDiCk ForreStstar, I More fish are reported killed --- by industrial wastes discharged WILL BE GIVEN. Were to $9.95.. l lats and Wedgies. Totals ............. 730 1 4 who proved to.be the winningest into rivers, streams, lakes and pitcher and the workhorse of the ponds than byall other water p01 , Legion AB R H Legion mound staff, with seven lutants together, the U. S. Public You Wd[ Want i i i i Knode, 2b ............. 2 1 0 victories as against one defeat. Health Serviee's Division of MENS CANVAS C~UALS Zombro, 3b ............ 3 0 Forrest also relieved in anumber Water Supply and Pollution Con A Full Set of Them. All Remaining Styles That Were ,97 Stotler, ss ............. 3 0 of other games in,which the Leg- trol reports. This was cited here Miller, If .............. 4 ~ 0 ion was in front when he took today by David O. Quinn, Exten- Leonard, c ............ 4 0 ~ the mound, i sion plant l~athologist and entOm ACTUAL SIZE , to $5.98. Blue or Brown. dE, Benton, lb ............ 2 i Rick Madison, a newcomer to Sizes 6 to 11. , Palamar, rf ............ 1 0 g the Legion staff, had three wins ologist at West Virginia Univer l l~ m ~ ~Immm I Clatterbuck, rf ..:; ..... 0 1 as~:~st no defeat;and Gilbert sitY.some 6,300,000 fish.were report 0!~R PREMIUM GASOLINE IS MORE "I~AN~'I00-OCTANE B. Mad~onw~cf-,,..~ ..... 3 0 M~d a:2-~:m~k.,:.~, ed killed by various pollutants ,% ..... 5, ,- ACTUALLY ~":SUPER PREMIUM R. ~M~l~lisori~ p .... '~:; JJ.' ~'~ b 1 The batting :and"pRct~ng avera, during the Seven-month period 0fin FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 Forrest, p ............. 2 0 0 gem as they wbre with the close June through December 1960. of the season Sunday. Agricultural chemicals (herbic Totals .............. 27 4 7 NAME G AB R H Ave. ides, fungicides, rodenticides, fer t ,~ m ,. m Stotler ~L1 47 9 22 .469 tilizers, insecticides and - other ~! unt lracte B Madison 1243 8 16 372 ehemmals used by farmers to pro ..... Y LBeonard 16 63 18 234:~54 duce "and ;~'otect the nat~io~'Ss G A S 0 L I N E S T A T I 0 N S I F OM P Atkins 3 9 3 "444 food supply) although reported R AGE Z " RAN 0 __ Miller 16 60 13 20 .333 most frequently, were reported S N MARTINSBURG [Na~nor a 1nO ~mma ~o,~im-,~hn Bond 9 25 5 8 .320 as having caused the death of 'i s'a~'s'omeservi~'c'e"i" ....... :'"r Clatterbuck9 20 3 6 .300 -' - ' backfieId ~a-+ ........ n the ~Tlge~,~ t Zombro 14 63 12 17 .270 , ...... ' " I ward Hall, a 155 pound sopho- [ ?~-~,_- .f o~ ~ o~"~ Air eenditionlng-an extm~o~t opUon that ~ve~ ~ ~ .... ~ mor D~li~t~ll lJ.O0 U O .~'~ . I e back who saw service also I ......... 12 $35 ~o~ flng~lp temperature ~oatrol. Tr~ ~t. ~ ~ ~ ~ .~ ~ ~ a 'atamar la az .a I ' /' s a back. 7 :.~::i i~ ~ ~ ..... ~ ~ ~ ...... ,. Kanode 12 44 12 10 ,22 ........ .... :::::~ ........ ~ ..................... ~::~ ....... ::~ And to add more to the woes I ............................................................ of Lutman and Sowers of all the [ R. Madison ~ 15 2 .2oo m [] ml [] mm [] prospects for this 1961 team, few / .e: est 1232 2 . .190 Zttt m la Z/ r$ Zeda / l[] l - - : of them have any size at all. [ wmcmore / [] [] I l [] l [] " A Bright Spot [ PITCHING AVERAGES ~ ~ l II l~ ~:?,, ~ ' I There is however one bright / ..... :. __ _ -v l I[ I [] l 1 [ spot in the entire grid picture al l" " /I/ / [] [] II [] / " :: Harpers Ferry, that being the [ ,t Madison 26 3 0 1000 1~ il~| ~ / Ill I []lN I / I ~- ~k fact that more boys are showing ] .,'orrest 64 7 1 .875 11t ~lil. ~ ll ll l I ~...~"~'~ [ an interest in the sport this year | liUer 21 2 I .6e6 fl I / [] [] II [] [ than last, 25 having reported fo] .tarr 5 0 1 .000 ..... / [] [] II [] - ....... ..... ::: ,. prachce as against only 20 lasi ..... ......... ~~ ........................ ~ ~'~ ~ .'.--.-: :*::~ ~e.~:~, .... . year; and -- of the 25 are ~opho ' ......... .... mores. .oaches Sims e ::: So with a good rebuilding joL .............. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...... ; i: :::)::!:::!: ,, i ii . ,. " From Page I , this year, the gridiron fortunes " ~~ ~~lll~ ~,~iii!" ~ ,.. ' at. Harpers Ferry may not be at [Top of Soph~ which came ~~ ll~'] i:i~J1 P [] i~ ~ ~ [] ~~- "-" Z-_ - " :, : ", a low ebb for more than this yem I zp from last year's junior high ~~7~:~ ~ ~ ~i!:!!~! I~~ ~,7 ~. ~ ~ ~ I~ I[~~- - "-_- -_ : ~.~: or at leas] two years. , I ~am are: Kenneth West, John ~ 1-- '':~ [ ~--~m:~ : i~)!:] ] l~ [ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~/---- "-- /---- . :: -- " Although it is still too early / .lerchant, Donald Noland, David - I ~C~ :~i~ I [] [ ~fm ~ i~ii:::: ~- ( -: -~ , lit IMll Illll tim yet to tetl Coach Lutman sai~ ] ~oWers Larry Wilt, Wayne Whit :~ ~ ] ]~~i~ ~:~JiI ::.:::~IL~ ~i::~:::: , -a = " ' ~:i:~''' ','~:i:~:~: " " , ~'~i:~:i:i:i: i:::~.i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ' Monday ,t appears as though tht [ acre, Charles CUster, Terry Mar- ~~lll~ ~:~i;] "~ii~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ii: :::::::!:i:)~~ . Tiger starting, team this sensor. [.us, Larry Creamer, Henry Me- i::! [ i ::: will be heavily laden with sopt. J ~ormick, John Williams, Larry ' ..... ~:~"~ [[/~iiiii:~ii::::!~::i~ .)(~ llB ~;:! : !ii~ i~;~::~::::i~ .......:~./ .~J omores since there are only thret lmbrose. Era" r Kable DaVid ......... ::~"~-2 :"~ I I ~: .... =: "i~i::: ::~:;~ :::i:::i::;~i ~ .... ~ ,' sen,ors and f,ve juniors out for, :hilds, Wayne Ott and Ji lmy , ! i :iii::i the sport. I .till. The latter three had not re- ]' ::iil . | . . :. Tho Tigers will open their [ rotted early this week'but ~they ~~/ ~~ ~i . ~ :i~i::ii!!ii:~.~,. ... ][ [- - " :' .,., 1961 season on their home field ['lad indicate~ they ~lan to con ~:::i~::~ ~ ~*: ~ :~:::i:i: ~: - . . ~ r , ~ ......... ~:/:~:~:::i::::.:~:i::~::!::!::i ' ~.?i'/~ .. ' ~:~::~: :~:~.!~ii!*.~..~.~ . , --., r,~,~ on Saturday, Sept. 9 wRh the mt wit m t n ar future .~ .... ::: ................ ~ .... . ......... ~-" ........ h he e .............................. ;~ ~. ...... .......... ~ ............... Boonsboi'0 (Md) Hi h ridders : :!ii~:. ~ii ;:::= :::~ ~:~a~::,!. *':~ ~: S~ ii::~ili~: ;~i~::"" " ~ ...... . ~ g g t The Panthers will open an ~i: ...... ;::. ........ ~~ proviaing the "opposition in a Bi- [ iaht ~,am- sch~d-le on ~rid~v ~ :~.:.: ~:~ ~~'~i ~;~ ;~:: ;i | ~ ~ : . "~:.J' tate Conference battle at 2 p.t 8 at h e wzth the ower- ............. .......... ................ ....... , ,,. . .... m. They..will play elght otherI ;ul Romney High Panthers pro- ~ii~::;..::i:!~i~ , ~-'-~~i ~ ~::.~.........:~.::~: :.~... ,,' .... ~,, ~,~' games, wsm a oz five home / riding, tile on~osition The time . :::: ': :. ' :- .... ---o ' *'*" " ,, , '~ :: ~::~i::::.:iiiii!."~ ..... ~::::~ii.i~i:~~ ' games and four on the road... and place of this game .Wdl ! .... 4 : ~ "' ~ rne remamuer of the scneaute /announced later-it was stated- I ~~"~ " ,,~ wile be as rf011OWS; - [ ()ther ~0es w]~ich the panthers [ ~ ' '"' ~ Sept 9--Boon boro home 2 p. m. |will ace this sea, on will be Key- I .... ...... 11 ,, 1 Wether you're hot for a convertible :;J Sept. 16--Shepherds[own home |ser, away On Sept. 15; Pdtersburg I i ne cnma~e coul{m~ De rah, those clef, ant Im-alas~ achi-g for ~~!l~l~')~ :,~ ..... 2 at home on Sept 23; Boonsborb, . ~ " ~ "~,. ~'' ' ~ ~, '- ~~ .... . ~. me . ' e r a wagon (a purse-pleasmg Bro0kwood .... Sept. 22--Musselmah, away /at home on Sept. 29; Berkeley [b tie for buymganew . . _ ..... ' " ct a ..... ' perhaps.) or nanKermg ior any~mng ~ ' ~. ' ~ " " ,;~ Sept. 29--Berkeley Springs,' away ]Spnngs at home on O . 14, M r- [ in L^t" ' ..... dr d^-l^- h--" ........ ; ....... : ' Oct. 7--Romney Deaf, home |tinsburg in Martinsburg on Oct. I .llBTl'-. il llmllrl'H ?~Y~:".~" "."~v5 '?~. ~,~' ."~bulnnier savings .... ,,," ~t,t 1A..-14[~aolt ~ow /~n. l~all l~i~h in l~vn~thnr~ an I ~W.SI~ ---- m,.~.a.w.n.'LD/'!LUF...mM.~ -~lbJ~ jus~ ~ne rzgn~ car a~ a jusl:-rlgn~ prme. .. . .... #, Oct. 20.-Hedgesvlll , home]Oct. 28 and at Harpers Ferry on I n[ rrl r lr "f rw .na ever( ne y, has a e :smoo, n Oil orvmrs, too. ' Oct 27 Mooreield --,o,, /Nov 4 - I I :llll i~; I! nlKi lll, tIV , rme, v~ vxm or o sawngs; J~oay Dy ,,,~ ~,v ~_.~h~,,~ ~,~, ho-o [ -- I . Fmher craftsmanship and gear-gobbhng Now s a cracking goodhme to come ~ ' The eomnl~t~ li~t , ,.~,d~d~,~ [HAM OR TURKEY SUPPER | $~tst look how everyth|ng's: go' your luggage space. Top that ~ ~===~