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To Rube Orem Hostalgic,,O For Bi eball was just like a trip down lane for more than 1'25 oltimers Thursday Sept. 8, when they gath- at Shady Rest Restaurant, North of Martinsburg on Route 11, to have a part in a well-deserved tribute to Orem of Martinsburg, one most ardent bene- down through the years. occasion was more than a reunion. It was an evening both verbally and as photos of many Mar and sectional baseball as far back as 1910, And they were with keen interest by just every person at the affair. while baseball as it was in the "good old days" the chief topic of conservat- the oldtimers, some of made it all the way to the leagues, modern day base- and Little League action also in for it's share of mention on the very inform- included Frank Colley oustanding baseball play retired dean of the area writers, whose baseball spor~writiag career dates c to the early part of the 20th Century, particularly the days of the old Blue Ridge League; King Larkin, als0 one of the oldtimei statistisian's and writers about L baseball as played in the section Scott Little, one of Martins- burg's all-time greats in semi- pro baseball, also spoke briefly in a humorous, but nostalgic, vein before presenting Orem with a gift from the gathering. In his remarks sprinkled appro- priately through his job as toast 'his order to settle the estate of the late Fred B. Lloyd, of Bakerton, W. Va., the undersigned will offer for at any time during the next two weeks, to private Ildders, the following property. Pontiac Chief Mobile Home, And Contents IV L (Presently Rented) | [t955 Plymouth 2.Door Sedan (Recently Overhauled) [NOTE: Both of above may be examined on site at 'lO lakerton, W. Va., opposite residence of Mrs. Ferrell / udson.) . _ . 961 Falcon Station Wagon -- (NOTE. This vehicle .ay be examined on parking lot near my office in Uharles Town --- 104 W. Congress Street.) the fence around the Martinsburg ball park. In his response for the great tribute paid Io him, Orem, ex- pressed his appreciation to all the former ball players and fans who had turned out to make this night a great moment in his life. lie also expressed deep regret of the passing during the past year his church team in the Martins- burg Midget baseball league. Others who also spoke briefly on the program were Paul ttoover who served as business manager for the old Blairton team; J. Wes- ley McDonald, who responded for J. Wesley Rice who served as Coach Dart sg one of the oUt,arid ing linemen in the Polomac Val- ley; Jack Ruthford, who saw serv ice in ~vera~ games last sea,n, after transferring into Petersburg from Fairmont West Iligh School and who will be playing the other tackle post; Gerald Ours, who started many games la~ season as a ~phomore guard; Darrell Haslacker, a junior guard, who saw action on the defense last sea,n, but has been shifted to the offense this season; Joel Shri vel, a veteran defensive lineback- er who was also an offensive guard last season; George Stump, a sophomore, who saw some act- ion in the Viking line last season; and Arthur Oates, who saw some action last season as a back. Hob- eft Corley, a big boy who had three years of experience at Fred crick (Md.) High and who tran~ ferred into Petersburg this year, is also expected to take over the middle guard post on defense. At Shepherdstown Coach Jim* dred ob ei ;ed and Cook an active part in flying and support phases of operations at Otis dur- ing the month-long summer train ing period. A member of the AFROTC unit at West Virginia University, he will be eligible for a commission as an Air Force second lieuten- ant upon graduation and com- pletion of AFROTC training. Cadet Saville is a 1962 graduate of Charles Town High School. W I ENTCHING -- From Page loB not big enough and mean enough to rout the Indians this Friday. Instead it will be a massacre by the Indians. Clarke County 19, Alhemarle 13 - This will be the big game of ,the week in nearby Virginia and although A~bermarle is rated as one of Virginia's strongest 1-B squads and has won both times out this season, don't be surpris- ed of the Clarke County boys come through with a victory on their home field. Handley 21 - Beall High of Frostburg 7 - The Judges are a well-coached and inspired team, and that big victory over Martin~ burg la~ Saturday will give them I the momentum to keep rollihg 1 along Friday nigh. Luray 26 - Strasburg 0 - This could be a repeat of last season even though the Strasburg team is supposed to be better this year. Baltimore for the sum of $2,000 en veterans back from last year's boys should be ready for the James Wood 19, Fauquier Cou- team, however, around which he Friday battle and that he plans to n~ty 7. - The Colonels dropped a did his re-building job. These go with about the same starting tough one last week to the paw- boys were: Joe Reel co-captain of oI~ensive and defensive line-ups er~ul Albema~le gridmen, but the Viking team and a senior of last week. they will get revenge this week tackle, who has been tabbed by At Harpers Ferry the Tigers end. will also be in pretty good shape Herndon 19 - Loudoun County physically for the Musselman 7 - This could be closer and team, Coach Howard Jackson said might even go the other way he plans to send abou~ the same since the Loudoun team has a offensive and defensive teamsnumber of veterans. BuC we don't BUYING,uA^" against Musselman as he used think so. against the James Buchanan team George Mason 30 - Loudoun ~hich they defeated last Friday. Valley 0 - The Mustangs are just Army Bona Fide Written Bid Will Be Considered. THOMAS W. STEPTOE Adm. of Estate of Fred B. Lloyd, Sr. 104 W. Congress St., Charles Town, W. Va. 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[ Fort Hill 13, Bell Vocat$onal 6l The Berkeley Springs High The Sentinels will redeem that Indians went on the warpath for loss of last season to the Bell the second consecutive time this boyS. season Friday afternoon, and they scalped the Ridgeley High grid- men by a 34-20 score at Ridgeley. But this time the Indians had trou, ble getting their attack under way, and it was not until the second period that they were able to stop their rival tribesmen, the Blackhawks, and go on to pick up their second consecutive victory of the season. Both Ridgeley and Berkeley Springs had won their openers. Once again it was the brillant passing, running and signal call- ing of Dave Clark which led the Berkeley Springs attack, Ridgeley moved into a quick 13-0 first period lead, and appear ed to be driving for a complete massacre of the Morgan County tribe, when Clarke opened up with a devastating aerial attack which quickly ereased the Ridge Icy edged and gave Berkeley Spr- ings a slim 14-13 halftime margin. And the Indians carried on with their rout in the third per- iod, rolling up 20 points to 7 for Ridgeley. Ridgeley had the edge in every department of the game except scoring and that was where the Indians v,~anted to excell and did. Hampshire County 25, Moore- i~ield 6 - The Trojans will come staining back after tbat une)cpect ed and humilRating loss to Alle- High. Westminster 21, North Hager~ town 7 - The Owls will pick the to pieces in this Tri- State League battle. South Hagerstown 25, Boons- bore 0 - The Warriors of Boons- bore are st~l not big enough and good enough to take on the Tri- State or Cumberland Valley Lea- -: _- : - :-__ -~ _ - USHE PHONE 725-2211 iii LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 I~R AUTOMATIO D|LIV|RII[II OF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR By Kald Lane, Mgr. Charles Washington Theatre "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken" Showing Thur-Fri-Sa~. Sept. 15-16 17 Lots of slapstick, grimacing, fun, eerie atmosphere, a shy ro- mance, etc. are to be found in this entry which should satisfy the fa~ly audiences. Filmed in Technicolor and starring Don Knotts, Joan Staley and Dick Sargent. ."Heros Of Telemark" Showing Sun4Vlon-Tue.. Sept. 18-19-20. This is a colorful, action-packed ad- venture of wartime heroism and savagery.. It is well made in all departments and features a large and excellent cast. There are also some wonderful action skiing se- quences, and the many lovers of that sport should get quite a thrill out of the film. The romantic an~le is also well handled an( should a~ttract the ladies who might otherwise thing of it as purely a man's picture. On the whole, it shapes up as a superior adventure yarn sparked by scelnc beauty and fine performance that should please audiences every where. Filmed in Technicolor and starring Kirk Douglas. Cadet James aHIle, k. Completes Air Force Officers Training Course Falmouth, Mass. - Cadet James E. Saville, Jr., of Charles Town has completed the U. S, Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) Summer en- campment at Otis AFB, Mass. Cadet Saville. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville of 310 S. Mil, re, i STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725.2621-Charles Town, W. Va. tearh . Iiarpers Ferry 18, Musselman 6 - The Tiger~ are tough up front and they can throw the ball as demon~rated in the past two gameg. 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