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r 7 ~ TRI-COUNTY W L Pet. ~'x:]~akerton 18 3 ~57 ~:~-VFW 16 .76~ Vin. Rebels 11 9 .550 ~:Sleepy Creek 11 IO 524 ~]Leetown 7 14 .335 :Tomahawk 6 15 .285 ?Winchester 3 17 .150 .: X--Protested game counted Sunday's Results :NFW 6 Bakerton 4 town 16 Tomahawk $ leepy Creek 14, Berk. Place 12 rkeley Place 4, Sleepy Creek 2 vs Win. Rebels, rain E*, o. Monday's Results Bakerton 10 Berkeley Place 4 Sleepy Creek 6 VFW 3 Tomahawk 9 Winchester 0 (fit.) Win. Rebels 3 Leetown 2 Although they had to go right down to the wire to do it, the Bakerton Senators successfully defended their Tri-Coupty Base- ball League championship Mon- day when they deefated the Ber- keley Place Yanks by a 104 score on the Martinsburg diamond. The Senators had hoped to clinch the title Sunday, but recei ved a temporary setback when SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE l--b FROM PAGE I--B INTER- SQUAD TILT AT SHEPHERD Glowing reports about the all-around hustle and ability = of Charles Town's Sam Taylor have been coming out of " the Shepherd College football camp for the past few days. " Taylor, along with some thirty or more candidates will be " given a chance to strut his stuff Saturday morning when - Coach Jesse Riggleman will send the Rams through a stiff .... inter-squad skirmish... o : PALAMAR NOW A PROFESSOR Tom Palamar, the likable New Jersey chap who swung a potent bat and roamed the outfield in impressive fashion : for Charles Town Legion's baseball club here this summer, has accepted a teaching position and will also serve as : assistant football coach at Shepherdstown High School. : He signed his contract with Supt. of Schools Ted Lowery, _" on Tuesday. .... C Shenandoah Downs came through it's Labor Day double- " header in fine style with some $805,784 passing through the machines an attendance of 12,229. A record pay- 3 off came in the Big Bonanza in the afternoon program when One fan picked six straight winners to collect $12,- 492.60. ~t mt q~ O Z m w u 4 TIL TI 9:00 A. M. TILL 5:00 P. M. IT IS REQUESTED THAT PEOPLE HAVING ITEMS FOR REPAIR CALL FOR THEM DURING THESE HOURS. % they came up on the short end of a 6-4 verdict on their home dia- mond in a disputed and protest- ed game with their chief title contenders-the Martinsburg VFW. But Monday when the VFW boys were upset by the Sleepy Creek batsmen by a 6-3 score while Bakerton was winning. In the Monday game which gave Bakerton the crown for It was Buck Hessler who help- ed the Bakerton bGys to the crown Monday when he held the VFW boys to five hits. At Leetown Sunday, Al Rus- all had a two hit shutout going until the ninth when the Win- chester Rebels put together four baseknocks to gain a 3-2 verdict. A single by Stevens and Jack Burch' double made it close for Leetown in the bottom of the frame. Burch and Russell had a big weekend for Leetown.' Each col- lected five for nine in outings with Tomahawk and the Rebels. Against Tomahawk, Leetown seer ed 12 runs to gain a 16-8 verdict Sunday. Dunbar homered for Lee to n, while Delbert Shirley and Walne Spies had three hits for Tomahawk. Also on Sunday, Sleepy Creek downed Berkeley. Place 14-12 in the opener of a twin bill but the Yanks bounced back to take the nightcap 4-2. In the VFW-Bakerton clash, Wayne Crawford had a double and two singles to lead the Vets while Eddie Moler homered and Don Hetzel rapped out a triple and two singles for Bakerton. The disputed play over alleged interference came in the fifth in ning. A ruling on the protest, along with plans for the post season playoff will likely be made by league officials this week. By Mrs. Mary Bruce-Furr Preaching Services Regular preaching service Sun- day morning, September 10 at the Methodist Church by the pas- tor Rev. Charles Reckiey at 9:45 Sunday School at 10:45. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr was a caller Thursday evening with Mrs. Charles Willis. Miss Geraldine Fritts and Miss Rosemary Ulery of Washington, D. C. spent the long Labor Day . weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Fritts and family. Callers Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Hag- erstown, Md. were callers Satur- day evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and I son of Charles Town were visitors Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barrow and family were callers Sunday evening with Mrs. Viola Chap- man. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chap man were also callers with Mrs. Chapman. t Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson, Mrs. Billy Owens and children visited the Shenandoah Caverns one day last week. I i I I on B & O's Trains 21 & 22 between Baltimore & Pittsbur cd Fo t ' Soft redi~ng cooch seats Adjustable arm and foot rests Wide picture windaws Controlled air-conditloning ~olo ~l~W.~ I~efreshment-diner service r "- STRAI Smooth Diesel power ~ gy ~ NEW LOW COACH FARES I fween MARTINSBURG PITTSBUGH W srw o.. toad ClOWn) WASHINGTON * BALTIMORE ( srw eo. anti intermediate points WA! 2.92 BALTIMORE 4.40 McKEESPORT 8.20 CONNELLSVILLE 6.44 CUMBERLANDLimtt (plus Fed.2"92 Conceit hek~ 4:e~l for, ly iHappen' Once again foot'----- all is taking over the sectional and area sports on tap for Friday and four on Saturday. Of course the two big games as far as Jefferson County grid fans are concerned will come Sat urday, but there will be action a- plenty before these games, all on Friday. The only Friday game in the area will be in Cobourn stadium ious refreshments were served by Mrs. Boyd to her guests who were Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Herbert Ramsburg, Mrs. Ken- neth Boyd, Mrs. Helen Spiker, Mrs. Henry McKee, Mrs. Wilbert Lenard and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mrs. Julia Royston from Mil- wood, Va. visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughters Susan, Pat and Jane at tended the Rissler Reunion that was held at the home of Mr. W. H. Rissler at Kabletown. Mrs. Myrtle Weller from Alex- andria, Va. spent one week with her mother Mrs. D, B. Shoemaker and sister Mrs. Margaret Payne. Miss Nancy Chapman, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Chap man left last Sunday to enter Nurses Training at Kings Daugh- ters Hospital in Martinsburg. Miss Evelyn Lloyd daughter of play last year, but they do Fri- day night and while both teams will be down this year, Beall will have the Vikings in their own backyard so call it Beall 13. Petersburg 6. The Allegany High Campers of Cumberland, Md. will be at AI- toona, Pa. and the Campers will Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd left in Martinsburg, where the Mar- Monday to enter Shepherd Col- tinsburg High Bulldogs will be lege. hosting the Keyser High Tornad- Mr. and Mrs. John Swagart oes. Last year the Tornadoes from York, Pa. were callers on blasted the Bulldogs by a 33-0 Friday at the home of Mr. and score but come Friday night Mrs. J. L. Chapman and many Coach Dick Harmison's boys are more of their friends. expected to gain some revenge Mr. Charles McDonald who is for that deefat and we think they employed at LaPlaza, Indiana for will be completely successful if the Standard Lime and Cement the oblong ball bounces the right Co. spent Labor Day weekend at way. The score could be 13 for the Bulldogs and a big zero for the home with his wife Mrs. Char I les McDonald On Saturday even- Ke ser. [ ing. He visited with his son and North Hagerstown will be at [daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. York Friday night and Coach Mel [ Charles David McDonald and new Henry'.s boys may be good this [grand daughter Kathy Virginia of year, but not good enough for [Berryvitle, va. the Penn Ivanians. Since 'it wasI Carol LaRue spent a few days 19-0 for York last year, we will [visiting at the home of Mr. and pick it the same way this year. I Mrs. Wilfred Wilson in Winches- Petersburg and Beall didn't ter, Va. Birthday Party Mrs. Polly Milbourne of Char- les Town had a birthday party on Saturday evening, September 1 in honor of her daughter's first birthday. Guests present from Rippon were Mrs. Woodrow Adams and children Debbie and not be strong enough this time. Franklin Adams and Miss Bar, Looks like Altoona 18-7. bara Shull. Circleville will be at Ridgeley and Moorefield at Southern. The Ridgeley boys will take Circle. ville 21-6 and Moorefield will stop Southern 19-7. In the two big Saturday battles Harpers Ferry won't be quite ready to tackle so much experien ce as Boonsboro has so ti will be Boonsboro '21-0. At Charles Town the Panthers may have a rough time scoring but we doubt the Pioneers will do much scoring on them. It could wind up 7-0 Charles Town. Berkeley Springs made an ex- cellent showing against Romney and they could repeat it Saturday in Hancock for a 12-6 victory. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Church Service Morning prayer and service will be held at St. John's Episco- pal Church on Sunday, Septem- ber 10 at 9:30 DST by the rector Rev. Temple Wheeler. Sunday School will be at 10:30 DST. Mr. Charles Adams has been ill for the past thr ee weeks. The report shows he has rheumatic fever. Charles is confined to his bed with very high temperature. Our best wishes to you Charles for a speedy recovery and good health. Jane and Pat Rissler were re- cent visitors at the home of Lud- miIla Bratina in Leetown, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson from Hyattsville, Md. spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of Mrs. Wiison's parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warrick from Front Royal, Va. were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Adams on Sunday. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADv0 2--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER : 7, Two From Jefferson Potomac District County Initiated Boy Scout Group To The classy Halltown softball Into 4-fl All-Stars Meet Sept. 12 At team, by far one of the best in this area, romped to an easy 9 to Two Jefferson County young The September meeting 1 triumph over the Burnt Fac- people and one from Berkeley Potomac District Boy Scout tory team last week to cop the County were among the 82 per- mittee will be held on the Winchester Softball Champion- sons initiated into the West Vir Tuesday, Sept. 12th, ship at Senseney Park in Win- ginia 4-H All Stars (honorary) the regular meeting date,: chester, Va. during the 4-H camps held at place is the same; the First Jerry Fink went the route for Jacksons Mill thisSpring and byterian Church of the winners on a neat five hitter Summer. at 7:30 p. m. All while John Hodson took the lossMrs. Leroy Reid of Berkeley bers and Institutional on a eight hitter. Hodson issued 10 walks to kill his chances for a County, one of 19, was initiated tatives are urged to be victory, into the State Volunteer 4-H Club leaders' Conference. State 4-H Girls camp , Halltown jumped off to a fast The West Virginia ,tt 5-0 lead in the first inning. Jim Charles Wayne Brewer was Stars, a 4-H service Wiltshire led off wRh a walk and one of 32 initiated into the Old- originated in West. scored On a two ba~ger by Frank er 4-H Club Members Conferen- 1919, and it has now Simons. John Bowers then walk- ce; and Mary Randolph Smith, several other states. It's m[ ed and Jerry Fink singled in St- was one of 21 initiated into the "Service." mona. Randy Anders walked and Marshall Blackford hit a ground- er to Perry Duvall at short for an error scoring Fink and An- ders. Burnt Factory scored their only run in the second when Gee rge Estep got on on an error at second by Bill Blackford and went all the way around to score on three passed balls. Halltown scored two in the fit th when Scotty Johnson blasted an inside the park homer with one aboard to up the margin to 7-1. The winners' last two tallies came in the seventh when Jim Wiltshire walked for the third time. Then after Scotty Johnson walked Frank Simons hit a two Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll Sr. is spending Thursday till Tues- day with their son-in-law and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs Hermon Cop- ley in Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Elwood Breeden and Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel spent Sunday visiting with Mrs. Breed- WAYSIDE GARDEN CLUB run single to right scoring both Wiltshire and Johnson. The winner, Jerry Fink, fanned nine in his fine effort and walk, ed two. Hodson, the loser issued ten walks anti allowed eight hits. Frank Simons had a perfect 5 for 5 to lead the Halltown at- tack. The other Halltown hits were a fifth inning homer by Scotty Johnson, a fourth inning single by John Bowers and a first inning single by Jerry Fink. Leadoff man Jimmy Omps had 2 for 3 for the losers and Charlie Gillespie also had a 2 for 3 even. ens father Mr. Lee Frick and TO HAVE RUMMAGE SALE grandmother Mrs. Anna Frick in Martinsburg. The Waysid G- arden Club will Mr. and Mrs. Caleb F. Burns hold a rummage sale Friday, Sep and children Martha Ellen, Betty tember 8 from 10:00 A. M. to 9:00 Lou, Jonathan and Jimmy spent p. M. Proceds are to be used te- a few days vacationing in ALlan- vards the flower show at the tie City. County Fair al d,.the public is ur- Mrs. Mitchell Boyd from Win- ged to attend, Sale will be held chester, Va., Mrs. Marvin Adams, in Old J. C. Penney Store Bldg. Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. Wood- on W. Washington Street. row Adams spent a delightful day on Thursday in Woodstock, .Va. attending the "Woodstock Miss Nancy Schmerl of Bruns County Fair". wick, Md. was Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Yates Lutz from John Harding. Durham, N. C. has spent the past Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. week visiting their son and dan- motored to Baltimore, Md. Satur- Mr. and Mrs. David day evening and enjoyed a boat Lutz and family, cruise on the Chesapeake Bay. Chuckle and Martha Adams spent Thursday in Winchester, Va. with Miss Jane and Dottle Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. and children Robert III, Mary Randolph, Ruth Rogers and Eliz. abeth R. Smith is spending Fri. day till Tuesday vacationing ih Atlantic City, N. J. with Mrs. Smith's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Max Christian. Mr. David Nicodemus was ad. mitted tO the Winchester Mem- orial Hospital on Wednesday ev- ening for x.rays and test. He re. turned to his home on Friday. Mrs. Straith Briscoe were Mrs. Miss Louisa Smith from Wash- Yates Lutz from Durham, N. C. ington, D. C., Miss Lucille Smith Mrs. Daniel Lutz, Miss Edna Rop from Berryville, Va., Miss Jae- er and Miss Estell Gipson. Stanley Party Mrs. Stanley Boyd entertained queline Smith from Winchester, Va. 'are spending the Labor Day weekend with Miss Elizabeth M. mith at her home "Silver Springs". Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nic0demus Jr. from Winchester, Va. were dinner guests at the home of Mr. Nicodemus parents Mr. and Mrs. Permj Nic0demus Sr. and son Roger Lee. a group of friends at a Stanley Party held at her home on Thurs- day evening of last week. The line of Stanley home products was demonstrated by Mrs. Rebec ca Snellings from Ranson. At the conclusion of the evening deUc- I II hl Do You Have a HOMEOWNERS POLICY Yet? rlieft .Pemonat Liabfl ~y Coyogai~e j~t.s~parat~ po!ici wa'd to show yOu how you get c0rn _ loara i ven bzgad e protect|on in a aiflgi Hom o me P01i ---.and ]~ossibly save money as CalZ x cog ttmat wmmJ IH. ing, Omps had a double to left m the first. The only other Burnt feel happy as a |arE, breezing along in Factory safety was a seventh in- ning hit by Ed Bromley. my new car; happy, especially, that I financed it so economically, through my bank." WE TAILOR AUTO LOAN TERMS TO SUIT THE BOR-I " ROWER. BEFORE YOU CHOOSE A LOAN PLAN, SEE USl. SEE _ EDI E PINE ..---at the----- II I CONSUMERS CREDIT Charles Town, W, Phone 10 H. L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIONS CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ,SEPTEMBER 8th & 9th. GET ANOTHER TOP QUALITY, 12-OUNCE CRYSTAL HEAVY BOTTOM, DECORATED IL COMMEMORATIOH WITH EACH PURCtlASE OF LL OF By Miss Margaret Houser Rev. and Mrs. Win. Wesley Dodge and daughter Parksvil- le, Md. Ware Thursday evening guests of Miss Margaret Houser. This Is Our Own Decoration l r. and Mrs. Richard HoUser a.d daughter acedmpanied by Especially Made. Not Avad- Mr, and Mrs. Marvin $nyder and daughter motored to Mercers- bur , Pa. on Sunday and enjoyed able Anywhere Else. a pichic dinner there. rs. Doris Mills and son and Benny Giqmes of Baltimore, Md.MORE GLASSES WILL BE GIVEN. were MDnday guests of Mr. and , Mrs. Wallace Gift #nd family. You Will Want Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and son Of Alexandria, Va. were the weekend guests of Mr. and Arull Set of Them. Mrs. ttarvie I fdwller. Mrs. Kid. wiler, returned home with them for a visit. ACTUAL SlZE Mr. and Mrs. Cl rles Eaton and family of SilVer Spring, Md. were Saturday guests of his mo- ther Mrs. Albert Eaton and dau ghters. G Raleig ..Moler,, Bud CqgIe and eorge mowilof who have 0m- ploymnt ill ,.Baltimore, Md, spe t the weekend at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Jac! Loudan of Harpers Fer were Sunday g uests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. Anme Loudan. OuR PREMIUM GASOLINE --ACTUALLY A n ,u , t I, ,n n IS MORE THAN 100-OCTANE SUPER PREMIUM GASOLINE ST A TI 0 NS .RANSON i