Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
September 28, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 2     (2 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 28, 1961
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




~q Z u_s q-- =ffi=: ..= O --s r--- LLJ ~lj},~ ~,~A,~h, C~ U/|nnaF nC |a4~l~,^n ~k~mkar a~ ~ammar@a I form in this action which gave Creamer, David Derr, Robert Kel SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FaSMmzS ADVOCATE I~; ,dRbVUI} JgllS~ WIIIII~/ Vl J~II~I}UII bliOIIIl~g/ VI ~,Vlllllll~lt,~; ithe Rams a record of oat defeat ler, Cynthia Miller, Darrell Par- 9 ~ mI4TTI I Ay SEPTEMBER 28 ..... h .... L rL .... J--L h .... t._L hi----..-- [and one win on the season, lsons, Chrys Shifman, Carol Skin- "--'~ .......... ' "" ' Pr0nram ToR, ,art a nace aT nenanaoan uowns uen rla,er t I " illiam Speg. Sor Kay :" ........... :~ .. --.. v.u .,.,. lliJ/.,.--... kd-..-- U ....~.etzel Marie weller. OCI0CK as orzgmauy scneouleo, t. -- t, .. i . ~ ~i~ [WU|lil~"~l Ui[ [q~ ndv~ J These'pupils are in line for the~ Teachers. Adult Men, Mr. Per-] ~ex~ mum m Area II ~ ~ii ~ !Rtze[at~ee U~noa ]NationM Merit Scholarship Qual- ry Knott; Adult Ladies, Mrs. Us-J USE THE CLASSIFIEDS n' : ll/UOlll~J I'll~-~llll~ {izying iests to oe given in the .o. ~ v ..... D~.~ M,'~ I The white Scouts are now out ...... ~::~. . -- I spring of 1962. ~ ............. s ~v ......... and th~v will .nn h,~ ~.mi.a t. The rugged defense of the Shep l~ The monthly business meeting Parfieinati.n in thi rmrtl.ttlar Frank Benner; Young Adults, [ r ' Charles~Town "~r~h'er~v ~i~'l"'h"o~' ~ herd College Rams, held a new ~:)~!~~! of the Charles Town Chapter of ,~,~--~'~';~'" ,'~" :,'~',~:~;*":.~." Mrs. Carrie Blackford; Intermed-1" * ofthem on dl'~n..lav oarlv~ n~xt and mexpermnced Frostburg ~~/~. ~J :~ .......................... omen of the Moose was held at j nlain~d nffieial~ late, Mrs. Audrey Whltmer; Jun [~ ... Im month'at Goode~thers'Gara~e State Teachers College football~ : -_ : [~:1 the Moose home Tuesday night[ ................ Jar, Mrs. Iiley Weller; Primary[ ~ _ .lh~Jr~Lj~ in Charles Town, local dealers for machine in check Saturday after- ~ : _| ~:: w~h eleven members present, _ J CHURCH OFFICERS SUNDAY Mrs. Sylvia Harrison; Beginners J ! ~M~K~J Buick p,mi~, .,,~ i,,,~,.,,~,~,,~ ~noon in ~nepnera staoium wnfle ::: - _ i ~; ~= ~~ ~v~rs. ~uoert rropps presiaed[o,~.,,,~. ~,~.,~.,~no & Cradle Roll, Mrs. Eileen Chap. I IIli-i w ' ................................................ '~~ over ...... o~.-vv,, z.-,~uc, no . - .. -- trucks the Ram offense rolled at full~]] ~~~ me meeting zn the absence l Th f l man.; Bible School Superlnten-l | The" Scout a small but stron~ speed and the result of this corn ~~ii~ ~ ~~ of Mrs. Edward Jones who was [ e o lowing church officers dent, Mrs. Robert Blackford. [ ~' and sturdy 'versatile' four-whe~ bination proved to be an easy ~~ ~~~ unable to attend because of ill. [and. Sunday School officers and Assistant Teachers- Adult Men[ ~ll I|lP II~|~t~ drive' vehicle was added to the 29-6 victory for Coach Jesse Rig- ~ ......... , .......1. ........A,, ..... ~...,. ,~_._~.~..., ness in the family. [teachers were elected Sunday Mr. Abner Whitmer; Adult Lad-] ~| | |~ ~[|~DUI1 International lines last year and gleman s Shepherd Rams. c ........i~h, ~, m~,~,d,~h n-wn~ -~ tr~k ~,d ~,,~ ~a An invitation was extended to[ ornmg at Grace Baptist Church. its, Mrs. Lewis E. Sager; Young[ _ ................... - ...................... " ....................................... effe ve e t now a completely all white line The hard charging Ram time members, their wives and husbands enjoyed dinner on the Starlight the local chapter .to attend a Star[ eti O tuber ls I People, Mrs. Perry Knott; Young J l~ ~' _ __ #_~' of the Scout is being offered for didn't lez the single @ing attack terrace at the track. Following the dinner the group settled back Reeoruers J~ay zn rxagerszown, ] Treasurer, Mr. Robert Black- Adult Intermediate Miss Lillian [ [I~' ~]~li~]~l~[~ the Winter months to tie in with of the Frostburg team get moving for an evening of racing, forgoing any business matters pertaining Md. Sept. 28. The chapter was ]ford; Assistant Treasurer, Mrs. N. Myers; Junior Girls & Boys [ ~ _l~J~ [l~-- ,h~ Win*or's ~n~w~ it was -'ta*ed *and after more than two hours of to the C. of C. Before the evening ended Shirley M. Hunt, presi- also invited to the Convocation }Robert Blackford; Clerk, Mr Roy Mrs. Bettie Padgent; Primary, ~ ~J[~l~ A ~alo~ nro~ram to. nr~n~te[action under a srzzhng sun, the dent of t he. org~n]z~tmn, went tothe winners., crcle and presented of the College of Regent m Key-JJ. Shirley; Pianist, Mrs David Miss Anna Louise Whitmer; Be-] ~,~w. - _ _ , ..................[ d n a suver ptatcer m me owner oz me norse wmcn won me unamoer ser Oct 29 , Marylanders had only 55 yar s o Payne," Assistant Piamst,"Mrs gl'nners & Cradle Roll, Miss Ruth I the all white Scout will be open- . . !of Commerce purse, a special race having been run in honor of the Th " " " " ' ed in this area on Oct 4 whenlrushing t shw fr their effrts" t~ ,,t~ ,vh. ,h .... ,or ..... ~,~,. ,h. w,..,,~ ~ ...... m, t-.i.,,, e women will serve a cam-iGrover Thompson; Sexton, Mrs. Miller. I " some 26 dealers f~om l~Iaryland, [Had it not been for on. 21 yard a~nd~'tho~e w'ho "we~r'e i~l'~th~e~w~i'nn'er's-circl"e-f'or"th'e~'pr~esen'-tatio~"~r ~gn dinner Sunday at 6 P. M [Homer Ferrell; Missionary Treas [ __ [ ~~ ----e,'t/ir~'inia ........ and ~'~A/pst...... ~direiniao ........ hayer_ [run. oy ~a ~noup m me mlra ,~the ._nlatter. They are, left to ri~ht-o .-- Harold (Chuck) Kisner, Vice azzenoance oz x'/a is expeczea.] urer, Mrs.. . Oscar Seal.The Jefferson County Garden] ~i permd Frostburg may have been ~ President Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. Mrs Kisner It was announced that co work Su eri~tendent Mr Robert[ '~ I3nu~n rnp~ *raok And a a ~r~ec |on me minus ena in me yarus [tsrootte ~mckford, Executive ~ecretary; ~v~rs. ~niriey Hunt; President er ~ezty Thompson 15 a patient BIackford; Assistant Superinten- ober 5th at Piedmont the home i'~'"f'~t~,re~ ~'f-~t*~e'"meet~in-~"~he[rushing column. [Shirley Hunt; Owner Robert Greer of Panorama F~rm; JoekeyLinthelocalhosp,taL |dent, Mr David Payne; Secretary of MissLouise Briscoe' withMissl ~~ managementS- o}-- -Shenandoah I Waiter Barr passed for two of ,Wmiam Liddle, and Trainer Thom~s O. R~wlings I The door prize was won by Mrs. Jand Kreasurer, Mrs. Alta Sager; Virginia Rider as co-hostess. The [ ..........~,,,~,~ ~s ~rran~d...~ ...... a snecial |the Ram touchdowns and Stan ~ Howard Tumlin and the good of Asst. Secretary & Treasurer, Mrs. time of the meeting has ben chan ,~ ~,,- ,h ..... r~m that even [Morgan, another back carried the Ram~ a 74) lead. [said it was decided at a meet- the chapter nrize went to Mrs [Iilev Weller Jr" Pianist Miss ~-a to fnur -'cl-,'tr Cram siv[ ..... ---'--" ~ng~to~l~e'~nown~'as~e'~nternat: [ball into paydirt for the other two J Early in the second period a ~ing..of. league offic~a!s Monday, Lewis Smallwood. ' "J ~ - ................ lanai Scout race. [scores. , [Barr pass of nine yards to half. n zgn~ ma$ oecau.se of the l arene.s.s [ The meeting adjourned to meet / i ' , All of the International truck [ Shepherd marched 43 yards for [back Paul Bishop, accounted for ~ m~aSe~sognatTaou~eh:atd:: ~ll. again Tuesday, October 10 at8 [ [ This Bel Air sedan is [ dealers in the area are now in Jthe first score oftheball game in|the second Ram score. Againi P Y . ,- p. m. at the Moose Home. I I ~ a~ 1 A "~T "11 ~xfa~ ~~/ -- I! 1 I " the process of receiving stocks of [the opening quarter with Start [Overton added the extra point, mond if.the series goes the full j [ I wne oz x~ ~ew x~o~ Lnevrmet vlo(lels I, the all white Scouts so as to be [Morgan going over from the two [Minutes later Barr hit Wayman |three games. [ I [ ~ J | ready for the opening of the sales [yard line and Blair Overton kick [Everly with a pass in the end [ League umpires will officiate ~10 {~k~nktm~,,&~um [ I ~ , ....................... ~ .......... [ drive ing the extra point to give the[zone for the third Ram score. [for all three games it was stat- I1 ~JII~/IltgiU~tUWII ] ~$iiiiiiiii::! ::?::::.~ .J ,d ............ ~ "" .~. ~"~i~i~i:i:~ ...... ................. i!:!~:.::. " * / The Rams took the second half led. !~, . . J ] . ]kickoff and drove in 'nine plays [ The Bakerton and VFW teams opnom0res, Jmuors J [ I for their zourth TD, with Morgan J won the right to meet in finals T~ ~.& P,u,~,,.&,u. [ J [ going over from the I0 yard [of the po~t-season leogue playoffs IU 1,1~1 b~i||l|Ull~b ] [ - - I _ _ _ _ . [ stripe . J last Sunday when Bakerton scart Nineteen umors and s ha J | '' t ! ! -" * I, ---" = -"-" ~" 1 A low pass from the Frostburg Jed a 6-2 victory over the Winches [ j " up "I i an mores at She herdstownHz h / center late in the final period Iter Rebels; d the VFW defeat-1 P "g J J [ t i t .... e " ". J resulted in a safety for Shepherd. J ed Sleepy Creek twice 12-1 and I School will be awarded certifica- [ r the 26 tes for havre achieved u er . ~~v --~\ NP ~ " " - / Frostburg took to the ai in / 1 - . , ' ua " g " PP [ *| ~~f "~ ~ [ third period to score their lone J In last Sunday s action Wavnp [ q rtile rating in the National Ed ] | ~;'/ ~ | touchdown, with a 21 yard pass ~Jamison effectively scattered see J u~ation Development Tests taken J | ~~ -,~,~/: t," .a~_ ~ [ to Connolly producing the score: [en hits while Bakerton used the J last March by 360,000 ninth and [ | ~J . ~ i~ ~ [ ' [long ball to knock the Rebels out [tenth grade studen~ across the [ | li ~lkt~ f- "~ L~ i ~/.1~*.1~ Vl~'~ TA [of the playoffs. A triple by Ger- ~?Usn, Tui2iS:e ~arrYt~a,r~eldl ?;abt[ | lr = ! " ...... - / I altE:ll ll 11 lff [ald Jamison sandwiched between lth. . . [ | ~'~ ~ ///~$ ~'f _ -- - | ..... Jsingles by Ray Jamison and Ed-[ e 19 to ~e recognizea were a-/ ] mong a group of 41 local u lls .............. ===================================== ::~:~:~ ................ ~..:~-:":~:.::.:::~:: ::::~.~:~:.-:.~ ..... [ [Heel Sunday in [leaddm Molerin thegaVeopeningBakertnframe a Ray3"0taking~ the test. P p [ ..... ~ .............................. ~::::::: .................................................................. ~ ................................... ....... J _ ~_f/ x~- ..~- - J _ -- _ JJamison doubled and rode "home [ ertificate winners include [ ~:~, ........................ ~i~i~.~i!!~!~i!iii~!i!~i.i~!i!~i~ii;~i~i~iii~ii~;i~:~i~iii~ii~iiiiiii~:i~i:~i~iiiiii~i~iiii~!~iiiiiiiiiiiiii~ii~ii~i~i:i;~i~:~ii~-~--~!:!. -- | on Paul S artz' Phflhp Shultz, John Strider, Arm " ' Th " - A distinctively new styl'ng tout " ha pas g . . . " .. w triple in the fifth t h m th the sen er cars offered by Chevrolet m 62 e l, . [Irt (:0un Series I~d Mo][gr rapped a two run hum Trump, .Wilson W te, Jane [ front and rear end of the 1962 Chevrolets is al~l Air models are exqmmte, wzthnew luxurmus ,, i " , . - / ....... let in the seventh. Raymond Nice I~rane, wnnam ~:vernart, Margar 1 " ~dmrp departure from the sloping hood formerly] interiors and .app~ tmelats.:A new~.~_vY 11 series ~l i ~i ~ ~.~ __- _/=,.... [. The l~a~erzon. ~ena~rsz= c~amp [~hrner "also Chipped iff ~tth a iet EIamstead, ,~be~t, K~e, Kathy [ ' Used. The Bel Air 4.Door Sedan with twin wind-J will ~obesh0~rffoy unevro~t a~i.~s when the ]~ ions of the Trz uounty 13ffseoah - K " s lits o the hood zs one of 14 new standard raze 1 1962 passenger car nnes go on amplay ~ep~ z~ ~fl, L _, .... " "; | ~ " |trinle i~n the eighth innin~[ lug, Ed~vard Marshall, Barbara p" n " " " " ] //f')~ " "" _- " [~;:g~ier[h;sPuaSt tWe~eSeason~ ~nd| Meanwhile at ~leepy Creek the [~~ '! g Vets were sweeping a twinbill ~ |e,gn Wars batsmen,.who f!mshed [with a 28 hit attack and effective / ~ r ~ / ~a~n mil~e~u:t ~aYd~mSa~taeSC" [pitching by Buddy Custer and Jl THI~ I~ v~ln - /,,~7~'0} - -- / , .: .. - . x ~2. "/Marvin Yurish. Custer struck out I| i ilI~P m~ | wII noon on me t~errarosmwn ala- 7 .... .. 1 while tossing a four hitter in ~"-j , ~--~ ~ m?ed, Zonst th:asf~St lof a three-/the opener, while Yurish fanned !l _ . ._ _ '! ~---~"~ ~ [g p, s p yottsemes ,,! Bruns rick Bowlin Center"s I j seven in the nightcap Game ti~e has been set at 2:301 Chalky Hopkins haci six-for 11 ~~ anadta large crowd is being antic- in the doubleheader, while Mike ' FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS lp ted. . . j Allen was on base in 10 of his 11 Th secomi game of the series tri s to the late an c and als' " d " n P p d s ored see IFFFR~H PllRll II fO. INC. / ..o.a tl~.zr .game zf ~ecess.:en runs. Wayne Crawford homer[~ ~= s~u~v=~ v~= ~ [ary WIll oe piayeo on me ~aKer. led for fh~ Vet.~ in Ch~ ~o.~A I1 -.- Phone 222 , ~" j t~edgu~~desiS~en:ta~:~rfsman gami~:B~c~ BhUrkeh~artf:nds1Be~k [! ~r~l D ~ N ~ N ! ! ~ ~ i ~ --" Creek in the nightcap. II I ' . | [ Coach Jesse Riggleman gave lll "w I | I his whole squad a chance to per-II1 " HEALTH ASSURANCE WHERE YOU WOgK I I- tl - a...-,.11 .,,,. .... z......, o i i i II/ ll I " ndaY; Sctobe NO need to worry about hospital, rned|c or ' u r ! n surgical bills, when you have Blue Cross- t I IHD'/ =.,;.,. \/ [! ..../ I w IIw Bluc Shield. Your family and you get maxi- I I II1' /11 it ' mmn coverage for your health-care dollar. ! I 1 ]r)[ I I PlINI I .A NP'. I [] 'in h l "tyourP" *alealzploymcnt.aphysical 'pexaminatiOn,YOu can: Pjoinpay abygrOUPeasy withOUtpayroll IIt i ---" "B W RRW--" -" "-- i ! , o u0.0o AUTOMATIC PIHSETTERS / ]] ~ i.D[~ediat~,. I I~----! ! .. i ;UII',I - ;;il ilIH;;SE--/ -- I ]~'] ! " Simply Clip Cou it Bowling (~enter |[ * Blue Cross-Blue Shield i, the easy way J[ ,i .ow ! il - - |i to meet health-care emergencies. No red $ ll I! [I :.: Snack, Bar TH/S IcouPO E-N'T TL"ES V"ER-'Y MEM'B'E"R ' YO-'UR"F Y |t t pe or bothersome bills -- Blue Cross and I| t| "' o: nd";TuT | [11 ", --":"'" ""= !t iuo pay ~'-'~* to hospitals and L~ /I /i , I lU :.. nv , nMm i , TWO FREE GAHE OF BOWLING,,: i ! " custolll~rSe ~"ws~ ilvvInu 't/ ";~ |J doctors I! II customers. I I1 .. v,,ws. |,vv||m II tl 11 "-'" III "-'" "" I ENTER I I :-: Air Conditioned BRUNSWICK BOWLING C !1 _-. care GROUP PLANS. Your be~ will 11 Ii I,,_._ ~ n. ~ ~ probably apprecmte yom~ help. ,.., ! . ~~ .. rree rarK,n ~ . !1 ~"~[~.~ ~ Write: ..c,_.__. w._ /i I! ! I! :': rree rarKmg /i ....... _*ooo~ o~,~,_ ............ / i ~|--- ~ or Fairmoat. NOW! L~(,Q)[I~) I , , ! It /I Ii L~~ - I II ..... v ~, ~i - .,/I OPEN ! ~L *eROTECTION rHAT'$ PRICELESS I I oF II ,,, n,,ll ] Name ' '; :31 Y ' PRINTING NEEDS ' .................................................... ' [ BLUE CROSS ' ' ] We Are As Close As ,I W KO Ys.-. i ===:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i I , " " ....................................... re', , BLUI SHIELD/ / II 10A.~f/I.-to'Mi'd , night [ City & State ......................... Telephone No......... ' ] rl ~!1~'~ I 14RIPS PAY " / / - CALL' 222 -- , ..... THE HOSPITAL HELPS PAY THE DOCTOR " . ......... k, I / / J P P K U N II ,SUNDAYS:. I WHul.m 23z.4sso n AmMONT 3A6.090Z / / .................-: I| . ... = -- r. / ,, / [ PUm.L%iliH5 CO., INC. , ' | Charles Town, W. Va. - ' -*' ! az