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October 8, 1959

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1960 Buick On ay Today At e Bros.,inc. ing for 1960-Buick's All ,, the c~Pr with the Tur- ,-. .', will be ,an display Thur uctober 8 (today) at Goode ~rs, Inc., show rooms on George 'Street in Charles And the proprietors extend ;ryone a mos,t cordial invi- to visit their showrooms ee the "car with major ad- [ in transm,ission, suspen- ~rakes and engines which ui.c.k's alone today, a solid, nua,1 car, a car you :hould soon, representatives cf the ~gency sa,id today The new 3Uick features new comfort, ess and quality new interior and convenience outstand- a . ' -rformance with economy. CHURCH SUNDAY Each i nter- 1 i liners Ih Allis- John 1itch, r=-- ....... u _ .: :~ ........ :_ .............. y_ ..... Outstanding Record By [ Where and When The Moulton's Holstein Cow A N D Priesian Association of America :has announced Vhe com~pletion of ',an outs~anding offieal production ,i record by a registered Holstein I ~ 3~'~~ cow owned by:- Moul,ton Farms, !Charles Town: Moul,t(~n Rag Apple otes and Quoles Cornelia B 3885947 produced 12,- I " ~ From The Sidelines 707 lbs. of milk and 459 l:bs. but- terfat in 365 days on twice dailyI[[ __~____ By DON RENTCH ._ ,milking as a 4-year-old. West Vir girt'in University working in close coopera,tion with the national Hol FRIDAY, OCT. 9 The Charles Town High ,School stein organiza,tion, supervised the Romney Deaf at Harpers Ferry football team ,t, his year is one of weiffhing and test:trig of product' Berkv Sprin~s at Shcnherdstown the most colorful and interesting ion as a part .of the Herd Improve Loud'pun Co.'at James'Wood (N) grid fans have hfld the pleasure men, t Registry program. IN Hazerstown at Martinsbur~ N oI wavcning permrm in a rang This offic,ial testing program, ]Charles Town at Gaithersburg N it, me. T he.Pa.nt~hers ca,'] pass and /Musselman at Hedgesville rxn wi,~n tne oes~, OI me scnomsuc commonly referred to as HIR, PrO[Romney at Beall Hi"gh (N) teams and to date their defense ,timeVides product,ionCntinu'ing lactatiOnrecords onand life/Frederick at Westminster Nt has not 'had to Lake a back seal; to everY/Luray at Clarke'Co iN~ " " any team in the section and area. cow in participa,ting registered Holstein herds. /Franklin at Moorefiei! " But in spite of all the exm~tem.ent ' ------ I I,eesb" urg at P,~s=---- o,,~,,~,,,'--'~-- the Pan mers_ . nave oeen servtng ATTEND CHURCH S~INDAY / . up to home town fans for the pas,t I SATURDAY. OCT 10 ~hree successive weeks from s,tart Potomac State at Shepherd Handley at Fort Hill (N) S. Hagerstown at Allegany Wake Forest at Maryland W. Va. at Boston University CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR Me- ~ orage '~ FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON and belt. ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL aderniCk'with ii NEW CONITRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martmsburg, Collect AM 3-9411 ,741 THE SHENANDOAH RETREAT COUNTRY LUB has openings for the first time for a limited of members in the local area--FULL MEM- PRIVILEGES including Golf, Swimming, fishing, hunting, children's playgrounds, grounds, dining room, snack bar, week-end 2 main .club houses and special events.. The FEE will be waived for the number of elected to membership at this time.. Corn- annual cost including golf and caddie carts at extra charge will be $92.00 annually---this 'in- social privileges for the entire family on picturesque and historic 1200 acre private es- with 3V2 miles of private river front'age. All members enrolled now will be paid up 1960 .................... Act Now. Incidentally this is considered by experts to be finest conditioned golf course in the entire, of Washington and Virginia. Mail inquiries and request for membership ap- to BOX 347, BERRYVILLE, VA., or come the Club and see MR. LEAVELL, Superinten- lent, or MR. STALLS, Pro--Club is located on No. 7 at the Shenandoah River, or Call 5-8353, Arlington, Virginia. This membership is non-assessable and non-liable. October 2 and 9- 2t. - PEC A -APPLIANCE COHPAHY Phone 202 Charles Town, W. Va. SUNDAY, OCT 11 Chicago Cardinals at Washington Baltimore Colts at Detroit Lions Last week's Ltrip down "Predic- tion Lane" was a rough and rug- ged one for th,is prognos,tigator with two of the ,teams we 'bet our dollar were "sure t.l~ings" run- ning out a H .the way 'a:od losing,' and three others we figured as 'hay i ing ~ slim chance of ~vinning corn ing throuffh wi,bh victories. Thus the eight wins and six losses drop ped the selections average for the season to .680 wi,th 34 riEh~s as a- ~ainst 16 misses. And so with con fidence badly be,u~, but not yet bro ken, we venture into another ses- sion of trying to determine a,head of time which vcay the oblong bail wiq~l bounce. W4th every schv~last,ic ,team in the section and ,area set for act- ion either Friday or Saturday, there will be footb.wl,l galore in both Berkeley and Jefferson Cou,n ty. The t~hree big scho,lastic games for Jeffers~)n County fans will take place Friday, with two in the afternoon and one at night. Will Hold Tigers l~or instance the Harpers Ferry ~igh Tigers Who are rolling along on a peHeet three-game victory streak wil,1 f, ace their ,toughest hut' d~le of t~he season' whe,u t'hey play hot% to the l%omney Deaf School wt 2 p. m. Friday. And ,t,his is one tea,m we can see wil'l hold those Tigers. The HampVhire countians may provide a re,pe,~t performance o'f last season when they ,trounced the Tigers 38-19. Bu,t we doubt that either t he'P,,omney School ,or the Tigers will score as often this time. So let's say 27-6 ior the Romney Schoel. Over at SheOherdstown ,the Car din~ls will be pl,ayring host ~to low- scott,rig Berkeley Springs Hiffh In- dians. The Cardinals had bebter rebound after that dismal show- ing las~, week a~ainst Musselman. And we 'think ?~hey wiii by a 21-13 score. Over in Vinchcs,ter, tahe James Wood High gr4d,men will be up against another touffh team in Loudoun County H:i,g'h, ,bu,t this is one the James Wood te,am should take by a 19-6 score. The badly crippled ,Ma~t,!,nsburg High Bulldogs can not look for any change in the one-sided maul ings t,hey have been .taking this season when they meet .the North Hagerstown High club FNday night in Martinsburg. The Hu,b- men shou:ld win by a 25-6 s~ore. Now tur,~ing to .the b~ig one which ~ll of Charles Town is .look- ing forward to -,the Panthers and Gaithersbuvg on the M'ar:~lander's home field in a n~ight ba,t,tle. Un- less t~he stars or l:igh,s get in,to their dyes the Pan,thers S,hould roll to .their fourth consecutive vic- ,tory. And .this time we are going to have 'to give more recognition to tha~t Charles Town p~ss defense bhe,u we did the 'last time. So w0 oarCt see or say anything but Charles Town 26-13 .over the ~a,ryland Club. C~aches Steve l~ipley and Bitl I~herwood have finMiy gobten their boys in,to blocking and tack ling like good footl~al,1 players should, and so ~he Applerr/en will roll again Friday, .this t,ime ben,t- int Hedgeswilie 30-6. FredeNck wil*l, travel to West- minster, Md. for a CVAL b~btle and si,uee WeSbminster is one o,f the ~ouffhest teazns in the league, Frederick won',t sl~and much of a oh~ance in ~topping ,them. West- ml,uster on ,top lby 25-6. Will Be Better Clarke Coun~ty High's Eav, ies, who aorta hegl their vivt