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SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE l Bob Wolfe to Handle Mike For Cleveland Browns... SPORTSCASTER BOB WOLFF, whose reputation keeps growing with the years, has just landed another choice assignment. He has been chosen as the telecaster for the Cleveland Browns professional football team's games this Fall. Wolff will work the Cleveland games for a CBS- TV network that covers most of the Midwest... Sees Success For Judges At tlandley High OUR OLI) FRIEND Hunter Maddex, Handley High's gerial and well-liked football coach, sees the coming sea- son as "mostly a building year," he said last week. But don't rule out the possibility of a highly successful season for tile big Winchester squad. Hunter had forty-five boys to report for practice last week and he will open his sea- son on September 18, with the Judges meeting Coach Jim Moller's Fairfax High School at Fairfax, Va.--and that, friends, could be a pretty stiff assignment for Hun- ter's boys... U B m LI DOM N ON Phone 202 Charles Town, W. V. Having placed the farm under the Conservation Reserve Farm Program, we will sell the Following at what is known as the "Water Fall Farm" at the Old Sulphur Lot in Bed- ington, W. Va., located 6 miles North of Maxtinsburg, W. Va., I mile East off U. S. Route 11, at Bedington- Knipe- town cross roads. (Follow Signs.) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T. ) 65 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 65 6 ltolstein Cows, fresh, with calves by side; 6 Hoisttit Cows and I Guernsey Cow in full flow of milk, calves just sold off; 7 Holstein Cows, milking; 5 Holstein Cows and 1 Guernsey Cow, springers; 2 Holstein Heifers, springers; 4 Registered IIolstein Heifers. bred; 1 Holstein Heifer, not bred; 1 well bred Holstein Bull lJ/.~ years old; 22 Hereford Heifers, dehorned and not bred, to be sold in lots of five; 3 Hereford Bulls and 2 Hereford Steers, approximately 500- lbs. each. All young cattle calfhood vaccinated; Hereford cattle treated for Black Leg. This herd has been tested for T. B. and Bangs 30 days prior to date of sale, and in- dividual health certificates will be given. This sale is worthy the attention of prospective buyers. 2 PONIES One Mare Pony, bred; 1 White Pony, Bridle and Saddle. FARM EQUIPMENT Super M. T. A. Farmall Tractor and Manure Loader; Oliver Superior Tractor 12-7 disk grain drill, No. 2 International ensilage harvester, corn (only); Grove rubber tire grain wagon with 100 bu. metal bed; Wood Bros. corn picker, 1 rubber tire wagon and bed; 7-ft. heavy dies harrow, 7-ft. light disk harow, pulverizer, 2 12-inch bottom International Little Genius plows; 3-12 inch bottom International Little Genius plow; John Deere 3-section tractor harrow; tractor sprayer with 20-ft. boom; sheep' dip tank, 2 hog feeders, hog waterer, and Movies of Legion Ball Club OFFICIALS OF Shenandoah Downs race track had a professional photographer at Legion Park last Sunday around 1 p. m. taking yards and yards of color movie film of the players in action. We understand that the film, when completed will be available for showing at clubs, dinners and other functions. The film not only has much about the Legion baseball club but contains many excellent views of dozens of principal points around the county.. Get in touch with Bill McDonald, Publicity Director at Shenandoah Downs and he will tell you more about it. Bat; Bolyard, The Charles Town American Legic~u baseballers wound up their 1959 season on a successful note Sunday afternoon on their home field, and t;he records show it to have been one of t, he ,best seasons in the history of the team with 17 victories as against only three de- feats. This is a considerable im- provement over the 13 victories, six defeats and one ~tie o~ ,last sea- In compiling statistics on the 959 season, the results show that improved hitting on the part of a number of Manager Woody Wai- ter's boys, played a major role in tJhe 17 victories. Last year the Leg ion had only three players who reached, or surpassed, the .300 mark in hitting. This season six went over that mark a,ud one pass ed the .400 ~lip. And in contrast to the fou,r-run ,per game average which the Legion chalked up last - season, this year they registered a 7.4 runs per game average in their 20 game schedule. While several of the old stand- bys of ~the Legion showed real im provement ~t the plate ~his past season/it was a newcomer to the I team, A1 Malaffhuk, who really led the pack wi~h his bat. A prod- ,- uct from the sandlot diamonds of i Vien,na, Va., Malachuk joined the Legion after the sea~on was al- ready underway. And al'thoug~h he was slow getting those hits, he kept at it and several weeks ago c went .far out in 'front of the res`t ,to fimsh the season with a lusty .404 .~verage.4'He hit safely 19 . times in 47 times at bat in 16 of the 20 games, and three of his hits were for extra :bases. One was c a home run ,a,ud two wer~ doubles. He also 'finished second only to l~ay Doyle in the runs ba`tted in PITTS- JEFFERSON THEATRE @ Charles Town The Charles Town American Le gion baseballers socked ~he An- drews Air Force b~t.wnen ~l~h Iour runs in the six~ ~rame Sun- day afternoo~n ~to come from be- hind ,and go on to ~ake a 9-6 de- vision on the Legion Park ,field and wind uO one of their most sac cessful seasons. One of ~he large~t crowds of the season saw the Legion and A~r Force boys stwceed this 'time in complet4ng a diamond b~ttle Which 'the rukns washed ou~ $, few weeks ~go. And this ime just a.s ,column, registering 16. .before ,the Legion tr~led early in Others Boosted Averages ,the battle. But ~his ~ime the ~dns Gilbert MAller, veteran of the didn't come, but more Legion runs team, led the Legion at ,the plate did. ~nti! a few weeks ago, wound up "Dhe victory gave the Legion g in second place with a big .382 17-3 re, ark for f0he ,season. average for the 20 games. He hit Although 'bhe Airmen touched safely 26 times in 68 times at ~the Bt~cky Bolyard for six rtms on pla'te and drove i~ 15 runs. Mill- eight ff~ts, he ~mnaged .to go all er's mark this season was .87 ~he way for the ,Le~Ylon. poin,ts above his .295 mark of last P4ck Evero~t st~ on She season. He had four 'triples ,and mound for the Airmen and was three doubles, moving along with ~t 5-3 lead Wimpy Zombro, who batted when the I~gion bom~rdment only .269 last season al~ not only took place. ~urruy had ,to be call boosted his ~bat~ng mark by .80 ed in to p~t't Manager ~Wu,lCer's points this season to a .349 mark, boys in check. ,the third leading .batter for ~the The Air Force boys staxted off Legion, but he also led t~he .team against the Legion just as bhey did in home 'runs 'with three. He col- in the rained, out game August 16, lected 22 hits i~ 63 .times at bat by ,pushing over ~wo .runs in the eight of them ex.tra base blows, first frame. Jim Hardy started the Jim ,Moehler also ~boosted his aCtion with a single, then ~tfter hat, ring mark ,by 48 points over Fritz was s~fe on an error ~nd last season by ba.tting .308. He col- Hoopcr was hi't by a pitched ball, leered 16 hits in 52 times at the Willie Jones ~blas~ a single to plate, four of them doubles, score two runs. Bond and it. Jamison also fat- In ~he second .frame ~0he .~irme~ tened their batting averages con- added ,two more runs on 't'wo ~Ltts~ siderably over last year. only an error and ~ sacrifice fly. B~cky Bolyard showing any ap- Then in ~he bottom of the sec- preciable drop ,at the olate,ond /~he Legion ,got irtso ~e scor- Not Only Factor ing a~t w~h a run on two errors , While t~he Legion was getting a and a pair of sacrifice bunts. lot of hi'tting, this was not ,the In ~he ,fourth frame ~he Le~ion only factor in ~heir 1959 success staff, .with everyone of ,t4~e seven Charles Town l pitchers ,getting at lea~t one vlc- tory. Bill Isherwood, "who worked in Gridmen Begin Practice; six bah games, chalked up four victories as against no defeats ,to lead the ,team; while Bucky Boly- To Have Tag Day Benefit ard, who ,proved to be the work- ~horse of 'the Legion mound staff, working i~ 11 of .the 20 games, Coach Paui Barr of Charles scored four victories as against on Town's Jut, tot High School an- ly one defeat, nounced early ~ls wek ~,ha$ ~oo- "John Croft, who along with Buc ball pra*ctice, would start ,today ky Bolyard, came in .from West {Thursday) ~t 3:45 p. m. on the Virginia University to don Legion a~hletic field just back of She old uniforms, worked in six games and high school. Coach Barr said he~ came through with .three ,victories expects to have around 40 c~ndid and one defeat, ares repor ~or Che ini'ti~l work- Proof of .the exceptionally ,fi~e ot~'t and .t~ha't the squad will ,be out CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. brand of pitching the Leglon had fi'tted in ,brand new ,uniforms this ~ , this past season is provided in the .fall, Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. ~,,. I tow earned run average. As a mat- In ,bhis connection ~nd as a. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. [ter of fact ,the opposition scored means of raising f.uads ,for the Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. only atotalof 59 runs all season new uniforms, "Tag D~ys" wit Children 25c - Adults 50C off the offerings of the seven Le- .be held on :the do~n ~)wn streets gion moundsme~n, .while 'the Legion 'Friday and S~turday. Coach ~tarr batsmen were c~liecting a total of said he hopes public response 'to Wednesday and Thursday 146. ,bhe ~project will ~be generous .as it September 2 and 3 The v~ctory over Andrews Air will .take ~l~i~vty-~ree new ant- Force gave :the Legion a four-sea- .forms to equip ~.e squad 't~is Sal~. "2" TOP HITS! son record o,f 74 victories as a- A full sChed,~le of g~mes to ga~st only 14 defeats. The Legion played by he Junior High grid-I LO~ A~.I'H~INE! rolled up a 22-1 mark in 1:956. a ders w~ll be ,announced ~ort4yo i 22-4 mark in '57 and a 13-6-1 last the coach said. season. =..,.= JON HALL / Friday and Saturday September 4 and 5 MAU)ENI other articles too numerous ~o mention. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday DAIRY EQUIPMENT September 6, 7 and 8 t @ PRICES :--This' Attraction AduRs 60e -- Children 35c Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. --SPECIAL MATINEE-- TUESDAY--3:00 P. M. DeLaval Milkers, motor and pipe line for 15 cows, 2 milking units, used 1-year; milk cam rack, DeLaval hot water heated; 8-can milk cooler, 10 milk cans, milk strainer and bucket; wash-up tank, (double). HOUSEHOLD GOODS Old Drop-Lid Desk, modern walnut dining room table, like new;breakfast table with formica top and 4 chairs; 2. end tables, library table, TV stand on roller~; metal top kitchen table, 3-way floor lamp, hall tree, wall lamps, foot stool table lamp, ,mirror, drop-leaf table, porch glider, kitchen stool, kerosense heater, 3 Linoleum Rugs, home pasteurizer and homogenizer, 2-gal. capacity; electric heater, portable radio, hassock, 2 Chenille Rugs 9 x 12, like new: phone stool, venetian blinds, 5 odd chairs, meat saw, 2 cans of Lard, electric skill saw. 6-in.; metal utility cabinet, child's deh, rocking chair, bed, table and chairs; Xmas Tree Stand, swing and see-saw set and lot of toys; deep fryer, 24-inch girl's bicycle, 26-inch boy's bicycle, dishes, pots and pans, many axticles that are not mentioned. 1954 FORD 3/4 TON PICK-UP TRUCK; 1946 CIIEV- ROLET l!,'.~ TON TRUCK, with Stock Racks,, Drop Gate, Covered Top,, good condition, ,low mileage. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed-until settled for. Bedington lturitan Club Will Serve Lunch. El)WARD (NED) MORROW STEPHEN AILES The Following Auctioneering Colleagues of Mr. Morrow will auction sale:--MR. JOtlNNY LOWE, IIARRY HORNER, PAUL MILLER, ROBERT MULLENDORE., STRONG LEWIS, C. S. COOKUS, W. D. ORNDORFF and LYLE NOLL. C. WM. IIENSEL & R. E. MORELAND, Clerks. August 27 - 2t. Wednesday and Thursday September 9 and. 10 narrowed 'the gap in ~e scoring to 5-3 when they *pushed over 'two more runs on a w~Ik So Bucky ~lyard, a tri~ple ,by Wispy Zom- bro and ~t single ~y Bond. ~en the Lemon came up with t~eir i~g sixt~ frame to score four times on wMks So Larry and ~uc- ky !Boly~rd, a si,ngle bY Zom~bro thet scored two runners and a sin gle by ,Mll~er and ~ double by ~[&l ~ch,uk. The Legion added =~ pair of in. sur~nce r,ms in the seventh on hits by Jaan~,son ~md B. Boly~'d, plus an Air ~orce error and ~ sao rtfice hit. Zon~bro, Miller and Jamison ea~ had two hits ,for ,the Legio~n, while~~ndy was ~he only Air Force b~tsmen to hit sa~ely more than once. The boxscore: Andrews Air Force AB R H Ha~ey, s~ .............. 5 2 2 Pr~1~, 3b, ............. 5 2 1 Hoopr, tf .............. 3 0 1 Jones. K .............. 4 0 1 IA~ton, l~b .............. 3 1 1 Wilson, 2b .............. 3 0 1 Curry, c .............. ~. 20 0 Love, 3b ............... 2 0 0 Willtamson, rf .......... 4 0 1 EverY#t, p ..... ......... 3 1 0 Murray, ~ .............. 0 0 0 Totals .............. 34 6 8 LEGION AB R H Zom~ro, l~b, rf .......... 5 2 2 Bond, 2b .............. 4 0 1 Miller, ~f ............... 4 ~ 2 H~pk~ins, ~s ............ 4 0 1 $&, c ............ 5 0 1 Doyle, rf .............. 1 1 0 Ramey. l~b .............. 3 0 0 Jamtson, ~b ............ 5 1 2 L. ~Boly~rd, cf .......... 4 2 0 B. Boly~rd, ~ ........... 2 2 1 TOtalS .............. 37 9 I0 Coach Bill From Pa~ One Andy C/walie r Prosh. Dougie Elliott Frosh. TACKLES l~onnie Henderson Sr. Jim McCa~ty Sr. ~[ike Grobosky Jr. Ben M~rsha~ ~ph. ENDS Ma~ny Ir~not~ Sr. I~cl~e Welsh Jr. ~enny Waldeck Sr. Charles WvJker Jr. M~t WHli~ms Jr. Eugene "I~ylor Jr. Jeff Stephens ~oph. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v,tm, z ADVOCATE 2--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, Spiritual Life Mission At Bakerton Methodist Church Sept. 13 to 18th. A Swiri'ttutl 'Life triesion wit be held at the Bakevton Methodist ~Church beginning Sept. 13 and con/~iauing through Sept. 18. ' Services w~ll be conducted each eveling,~ by ,the Rev. John Wright pastor of Che Haroers Ferry Meth- odist Church. Rev. Wright, formerly o Palling Waters is a gradu, a,te of Shepherd Coltcge and Wesley 6emin~ry. Everyone is wlecome a 8:00 each evening. THE MELVIN T. STRIDER COLONIAL FUNERAL HOM Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - i .... NOW IS THE TIME Alfalfa Seed--- Orchard Grass Blue' Grass . Timothy Winter Seed Oats Seed Wheat and Barley Select the SEED for your NEED FROM OUR LARGE SELECTION TODAY BE SURE---ORDER EARLY. ltonu, Of "Over.The'Top Feeds Clmrlm Town, W. Vsa Pheae 75 & 74 tt-vL . "2" BIG HITS: PLUS--- NADER ! E61E The complete batting and ~)itch Leftover Tea-Lef~yver tea will mg averages ,for ,the season along stay fresh for several hours if you with extra base hits and scores don't store it la refrigerator. for each game are as follows; Cloud~y tea can be cleared by add PLAYER AB H Pet. RBI ing a little bo~ling meter. Locke 2 1 .500 0 G. Jamison 2 1 .500 1 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Malachuk 47 19 .404 16 ~ ~ ~ Miller 68 26 .382 15 Zombro 63 22 .349 14 P A P E R" Dodson 3 l .333 0 Bridenbaker 3 1 .333 0 Doyle 58 I8 .310 17 For Wrapping and Moehler 52 I6 .30S 6 Printing Paper Products Hopkins 62 18 .290 U Towels, Tissues, Bags, Bond 65 18 .277 13 Locker Supplies Ranlit 8 2 .250 2 R. Jamison 53 13 .245 7 For Homes-Stores-Etc. B. Bolyard 46 l0 .217 1 Ask Your Dealer L. Bolyaxd 46 7 .152 3 Ramey 16,o6 , Ant, etam Paper Co Alexander 3 0.000 PITCHER'S RECORDS HAGEI~STOWN, M~. Pitcher W "L Pet, PHONE---Regent 9.0600 Isherwood 4 0 1.00~ Norwood 2 0 1.000 Alexander 1 1.000 Bridenbaker I 0 1.000 B. Bolyard 4 1 .800 Goff 3 1 .750 Miller 2 1 .667 ) Totals 17 3 .850 Extra Base Hits: DOUBLES Hopkins 4 Moehler 4 Miller 3 Bond 3 Zombro 3 Mala~huk 2 R. Jamison I Doyle 1 Isherwood 1 TRIPLES Miller 4 Doyle 4 Bonfi 3 Zombro 2 Hopkins 2 Norwood 1 HOME RUNS Zombro 3 Doyle 2 Malachuk 1 R. Jamison 1 Scores of games during season Legion 2-F.~ B. I. 1 Legion 5-Silver Hill 0 Legion U-Parris Island Marines 4 Legion 10 Dixie Athletic Club 1 Baltimore Legion 16-Baltimore Home Laundry 2 Legion 9-Camp LeJeune Marines (Forfeit) 0 Legion 1-Union Printers 5 Washington Legion 5-F. B. I. (Wash.) 1 Legion l-Ltone's (Baltimore) 2 Legion 6-Fort Myer 5 Legion 10 -Union Printers 6 Legion 6-Quantico Marines 3 Legion 6-Quantico Marin~s 0 Legion 5-Federal Storage 1 Legion I3-Bolling Air Force 8 Legion 12- Purcellville 3 Legion 2-Charlie Irish Chev. 1 Legion 16-Leeburg 0 Legion 1-Fort Myer 10 Legion 9-Andrews Air Force 6 The oldest Methodis~ c13urCh west of the All~ghenies in Roho- )bo~h Church, ,erected in 1786 in ,W4mt was to become ~y, W. V& Hoover Uniforms Custom Made Suits For Men and Women Uniforms of All Kinds A SMALL DEPOSIT PLACES ANY ORDER! Buy Direct and Save! Phone Shepherdstown 2-301 After 5:00 P. M. Make Yonr Home Your Shopping Center . . . Write or Phone. We'll Bring Sam- ples to youI Pc. 19-tf. COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Rdrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. MAGAHA'S APKIANCE CENTER Te|ephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. t , ...... i i ....... _ -- CENTER Vernon Kldwiler Jr. CorrugsJted Asbestos- Cement ~teets resist corrosion, of salt a~r, smoke ~tmi m~ny ~c~ds in ~ndus- risl operations. (BE SURE TO VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR ALL T HRE E DAYS AND NIGHTS, SEPTEM- BER 3, 4 and 5, 1959.) AS YOU RETURN FROM VACATION TO YOUR IMPORTANT WORK OF EDUCATING OUR YOUTH, WE AT THIS BANK TAKE PLEASURE IN EXTEND- ING YOU A WARM WELCOME. AS YOU RETURN TO THE REALM OF TEXT BOOKS, WE HOPE YOU WILL REMEMBER ANOTHER BOOK IMPORTANT IN YOUR LIFE--YOUR BANK BOOK. YOU'LL FIND US AIRWAYS HAPPY TO SERVE YOU AT THIS BANK. YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT Phone 10 West Washington Street: CharleslTown, W. (Bring Your Banking Problems~ To Us,:.. No Obligation All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System---