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+, Where, When From Page One really be on ~the warpath after that defeat to l=bgmney last week. And i.t should be no surprise to .see them score an easy four-touch down win over the Marylanders. All the other Saturday action will be in the Cumberland Valley Athletic League play, wi$h North Hagerstown runmng rote plenty of opposition at York, Pa.; South Hagers%own going to Waynesboro, Pa.: Frederick moving into How- ard County, Md.; Allegany playing ~their+ neighbors Beall High of ~rostburg a;:ld Fort Hil,] travelling: across Cumberland town to meet I~tSaHe. North Hagerstown could lose ~heir opener by a 7-0 score; Alle- gany will roll over Beal4 high by 19-0; Fort Hill will be just as strong again this year as tast and ~ake ,the measure of LaSaHe 21-6: Sou bh Hagerstown should have it's best year of bhem ~11 this year and should open on ~ successful note wigh a 13-0 win over Way- nesboro. That leaves only Freder- ick, Md. to beat Howard County, Md. Before all this Saturday aerie.n, however, there will be three Fri- day games width interest in +this sec tion and area. Clarke County wiii travel to Strasburg (Va.) for an ~fteroon game, and Coach Don Ma 'Maphis and his boys will bring home 'to Berryville a 25-0 decis- ion; Shenandoah (Va.~ will be ,~vt Musselman and we have a feeling ~he Applemen are going to start ~this season off right wibh a 6-0 sic tory. Elkton and James Wood High will tangle at Winchester width James Wood holding the up- per hand on ~heir home field by at lea~t ,two touchdowns. Have you ever noticed how many l~.ople haven't learned-to stalk ? I am Discontinuing Farming and Dairying and will sell on ltillsdale Farms along Appolds Church Road, about 1-mile Northeast of Thurmont and Route 15 in Frederick County, Maryland, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th & 17th, 1959 TO - WIT: 98 -- HEAD REGISTERED AND GRADE HOLSTEINS -- 98 WEI)NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, AT 11:00 A. M. (DSTI SEVENTY ARE MILK COWS and Twenty-Five are Regis- tered Holsteins, One Ayrshire and One Guernsey, balance are Grade Holsteins. Twenty were fresh between June 1st and July 151h, and twelve due to freshen up to sale time, balance due in ~fall or in full milk. Four Bred Heifers due in October, Five Heifers ready to breed between now and fall; Six Yearling Heifers, Seven Heifers from 5- 7 months old; Five Small Heifers. All Animals old enough are ealfhood vaccinated, .herd is T. B. and Bangs Accredited and test will be run again within 30 days of sale. Individual health charts on each cow on day of sale. H~y5.00 Bales New Clover, Timothy, Mixed and Some Alfalfa :- . (All Milking Parlor Equipment belongs to landlord and will remain with farm). TItURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, at 12:00 NOON (DST) FARM EQUIPMENT 2 McCormick~Deering Model M Tractors, good condition; Ford Tractor with manure loader, cultivators; Ferguson hay rake, New Holland field chopper with hay and grass heads; NIl Blower with pipe; New Holland Model 66 Baler, New Holland Model 46 mower, new, 1959, 0nly cut 55 acres; New Holland manure spreader, new 1959; NH Smoker elevator, Danaher p~st hole digger, manure loader for M tractor; JD corn plaz[te~P with 3-pt. hitch; tractor mounted field sprayer, "McCormic~-Deering 3 bottom 12" plows, JD 2 bottom 14" plows, McCormick-Deering 16 disc power lift drill; JD disc drill, McC.-Deering heavy duty disc harrow, Dunham 24 disc har- row, 3-section lever harrow, 2-row cuitipacker, 1-row cul- tipacker, slab drag, Grove low down dump body wagon, 2 low down wagons with beds; JD corn planter, feed rack, some small items. All of the above machinery is like new and ready for use. 3,000 Bales Mixed and Timothy Hay, made right. TERMS:---CASII on Each Day of Sale. Not responsible for accidents on premises on day of sale. MR. & MRS. ROBERT T. FRALEY PItONE THURMONT 2237 SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 evmTthing points to one of the biggest events of it's kind ever presented here. Better get those tickets early. The High and the Low--- DESPITE TIMONIUM competition, Charles Town's handle of $513,477 here Labor Day, was high for the meet- ing. Then the very next day, Tuesday--the smallest rowd of the meeting--2,512 -wagered only $146,837 on the nine-race card. A Good Break For a Nice Chap W+E UNDERSTAND that our friend Norman 'Junior' Corbin may be headed for new pastures in the racing fields. The genial chap, who very seldom ever n isses a Legion baseball game when he is home, is said to have signed with the wealthy Texas outfit known as the Mur- cain-Byars Stable. This, of course, is the same group which purchased the Charles Town track from the widow of the late Albert J. BoyIe, and then sold it several weeks later to the present owners. 'Junie', one.of racing's nice guys, gets a good break in teaming with the wealthy Texans--and you can wager that he'll make the most of it. THERE'S GOINGTO BE an awful letdown in.Baltimore if the Colts don't win the NFL championship again.. The players, themselves, know its plenty tough to re- peat in pro football but those Baltimore fans don't see how their favorites can lose. The Colts ave at their peak right now but with the Bears and the Rams improved, Baltimore will have a tough time winning the Western Conference title this time... Silver Hill Wins Title THE ILER HILL, MD., baseball club, defeated here on May 10, 5-0 by- Woody Walters' Charles Town Legion nine, won.the All-American Amateur Baseball Associa- e tmn champmnshlp Sunday at Zanesvflle, Oho,.when th y took a double header from the Spring Grove, Md., team. Winning pitcher for Silver Hill in the big game was Ernie Clifford, a right-hander that the Charles Town club socked for 18 hits and 16 runs while pitching for Leesburg in a night contest the latter part of the season... So,---it looks as if the Legion would have not encountered too mch trouble in handling the clubs who made up the tournament at Zanesville... , _ Greg Johnson. to Again [ F N G t F Serve as RacmgSec y. I By Mrs. Len. Amb . tt cko.=.aO=h [}OWNS I Ml's. Bessie Bradfield and Miss /41 jla~llUalti u ~,Elsie Bro~d.fietd of Bal~,more viM- I.ted Mr. and M~s. W. E. Gageby Wednesday. ly One of the biggest name stars in big-time wrestling who will ap- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, Charles .... Phone 202 , W. VA. - $2.50 -- $1.50 - 75c pear on the mammoth mat program to be staged by the Charles Town American Legion Post at the Legion Field Friday night, Sep- tember 11, will be Chief Big Heart, the popular Osage Indian star. Chief Big Heart will take on Duke Hoffman, the badman of the West in one of the top matches of the evening. The program will also include such TV greats as Rickt Starr, Argentina Zuma and Johnny Valentine, along with four bf the nation's top girl wrestlers. Another highlight of the show will be the appearance here of Two-Ton Tony Galento, former contender for the world's heavyweight boxing championship, who will do the refereeing. .Admission to the show will be $2.50 for reserved seats; $1.50 for grandstand general admission, and 75 cents for children. Sam Hoffmaster who is a ~patient &~END CIHJRCII 8(INDAY ~n 'a Nursing ~Home +]here. 'He also celebrated his rSeven~y ~flf~h birth II ~ ~ m] day Sunday. ~ ' I ' &' [ d Id Tommy Manuel spen,t ~he week ~ --, ~k m wI ~ ] e~d in Frederick, `Md. visiting h~s~.,~,~..l~.j~ ~not~er and grandm(~her. . z~_ ~Miss Sandra Kn~celey ,of Mor No# Thre Sept. 12 ~antown, W. V~a. +as ,the weekend ~t31~, guest of Mr. and *Mrs. L. H. 'Hetzel ~t~l a~d sons. POST TIME 2 P.M.E.D.T. --- Doily Double on |~ & 2nd koceS ADMISSION: Air Conditioned Club House $1,00 Grandstand 50c 9 RACES DAILY I I fl I I fll II I RESERVED SEATS . GENE L ADMISSION CHILDREN: - - 1 tm e Mr. and Mrs. Neate &mbrose ~and son oT Charles Town were supper gues,ts o{ his paren~ts Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ~mbrose Monday By Miss Dorothy Lake evening. ~Mrs. Nellie l~ich~trds and Mrs. Deferred From Last Week J~tli,a H,iglon and children of Gar- +Mrs. Evelyn `Hardy ann daugh- retts Mill, Md. v,isited Mrs. Mamie ter Linda and Mrs. `Mamie Witt- tMa~tin and Mr. l~alei~h Snowden shire motored to Shi,ppensburg, `Monday. Pa. on Thursday .to visit ~VIr..and :Mrs. Mary. Engle and Mrs. Bet)ty `Mrs. Malt P+ose 'the latter remain- IdSid~viler of Reed,son "visited M~+. ed until Saturday with Mr. and . .:+ Town, W. V. i~nd Mrs. W. E. C~geby Monday "Mrs. Rose. nigh~. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Edward Ryman .'Mr. James Breeden and Mr. Er- 'and daughter Juani,ta and theiri nest Breedea of Ranson spent grandson Freddie Morrison spent i .... !Monday evening wi,th Mr. and several days the past week with i :~VIrs. M, ar~in Breeden and fa,mily. `Mr. and ~Irs. Foster Kohne and Mr. and Mrs. Harry l~aney and f~mily of "Mathius, W. Va. ~aby of Martlnsb~rg visi'ted Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon Mamie Ma~rtin `Monctay. Hampton, Pa. spent the weekend Miss Beverly Bragg and Mrs. witch Mr. and iMrs. T. E. Lake, Mrs. Tom~nle Buster and son of Wash- ValHe Carper of Winchester, Vs. ington spen~t the weekend with spent Sxturday night with ,Mr, EMMERT R. BOWLUS, GLENN TROUT and R,~:LPIt ZIMMERMAN, Auctioneer, s. GREG JOHNSON ALEXANDER & CUTStlALL, Clerks. Greg Johnson, veteran 'Mary- LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. land ~nd West Virginia racing ,of- September 10- lt. ficial, will be racing secretary for Shenandoah Down's fall meeting, Ins he was for the inaugural spring [session, it was announced today by ~&y [General Manager Bob Leavitt. Shenandoa,h opens September | 14 for 42 nigh.ts of ra~ing,