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October 15, 1959

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SPORTS NEWSAND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 I "Finest We've Ever Seen" WRITING IN HIS COLUMN in the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette on October 10, Sports Editor AI Abrams said, "one of the finest race tracks we've ever seen is Shen- andoah Downs at Charles Town, which closes on October 31. It is managed by Bob Leavitt, who used to be at Wheeling." . . Amounts Wagered at Both Tracks IN RESPONSE TO a number of inquiries, both written and verbal and also to settle a few local arguments: The total amount wagered at Shenandoah Downs May 1st through July 11th--62 days, was $13,543,056.00. And, the total amount wagered at Charles Town Race Course July 13th through September 12th--54 days, was $14,894,o09.00. Stengel Picks Up $10,000 CASEY STENGEL picked up $10,000 to cover the World Series for Life Magazine, making him the highest paid one-week sports author in history. They'l! Be There-- YES, SIR REE--you can bet on that right now that Charles 'Iown High coaches Dick Harmiso and Ron Phil- lips and as many of the members of the squad as possible will be looking on from the sidelines when those Martins- burg Bulldogs tangle with.Allegany High at Cobourn Field Friday night... You see, the Panthers have a very im- portant engagement at Coubourn Field themselves, come Friday night, October 23 when they make their annual trip into Berkeley County to battle the Orange and Black gridders... Panthers From Page One ei~h.t-yard line. Two plays la,ter, Robin,son ,took a pi~chou,t ,and sldrted the lef~ side of the Charles dram Easy Terms. Low Down Payment. Llber Tre~le-ln. Come in Tod~yl C HARL TOW NLGASoC27/nc YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AGESe [ . SEE itn wao tour showroom, as well as [ R%ck of Ages M" arl ers. We will be $ ~se you on your cemetery egulations and help _you selectthe type uLR style onu ent MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS [ 109 W. John Street Telephone 6141 [ MARTINSBURG,' W. VA. " I' :FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner | II Winter with a! IIIHm mHnma .,OAL ,,A,,,, Heat All Day and All Night on One Filling! Get Extra Heat from Fuell Start A Fire Once A Yearl No Clinkers... Less'Smokei Model 617 A favorite for years, this radiant heater Is nt~ ft ~ r: h: revere, ,P~?~:de WARM MORNING Coal Heaters now evailabl, in 8 rood. els-- Radiants end Circulatort! Firebrick" liningl Holds 60 Ibs. of coal . . heats up to 3 rooms. Model 414 Has same cabinet de- slgn as 617... holds 40 Ibs. of coal. Only See Us Today... Easy Terms l PHONE 162 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. We Stock Replacement Parts For All Models of Warm Morning Stoves. Fathers Ci rles From Page One a~terr~tin,g ~t the post. Coach Har mason swirl that hal,f~ack Mi,lton Cook has Mso been working ou~ th~s week for 0he first M,me since se injured his h~nd several weeks ago arzd he has been alternating at the halfback slot with ~la~ze. As far as is known Berkeley Springs w~ll be a~t full for ,the Chu, rles To~n g~me. Where and When The Pigskin Will Bounce ged-u,p l~am defense which refus- ed to. yield an inch Lin ~OUr line smashes. Pos. Potomac State Shepherd LE Wilamowski Pyles LT Blake Day LG Manuel Phillips Hoekman Leonard SpenCer Gray Barr Lochbaum Kelican C Magyar RG Harman RT Fleming RE Butler QB Huffman LH Malt RH Fernandez predi.ctions as aga~ns, t only two ,misses, bobh of Which. ended in tie ~ames. Thus last week*e~nds suc- cess sCtoves the prediction average for .the season past the 700 mark, ~the i~i~hest i,t 'has been since the first week of the 1959 season. The on,ly two misse~ ias~ week end were Pa~ge &ackson Hig.h's tie ,whi.oh I:~uglass Hig~ of Lees~burg and ~he 6-6 tie wh, ioh Romney ,and Beall H$~h played. Turmng first to the two games ,to be played in this see.tion, it will be l~ar~insburg and ~lleguny Hi'~h of Cumberland, Md. Friday nighs under the ligh%s in Cob~urn sta- dium. And the ]~ul, ldegs vtho have ov~s$Olks w]~kehave this year in SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD~ ~e Pan~her tea~ was certain,ly provided by the large d eleg~Vion 2---B THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, w~ch m~le the tri,p to &aiJthers- burg to see the g~me. Lee~own -- A N D --- The Leetown aren -Teachers Ass~elation Tuesday evening ia~t ~e Leetown School and discuss ed repairs needed in and around ~he school. Notes and Quotes my as decided th,a.t the P. T. A. wou~ld make an effor~ to beautify From The Sidelines the soh l grounds. was also de ided to award $2 RENTCH *o ~he teacher of the room which Royal,. Virginia the largest member of parents r AltO~u, gh i was most try~gn at in attendance a~t P.... T A meetings ~times, the e~perience which the The money wiT1 be used to pur- Charles Town High Pantiher~ had v2~se books for the li,brury or need [last Fridaywith~gh~tfootb~l~lat ed m~teri~ls for the respective ~ 19 24 1959 (~ai~hersburg, Md. ~hou~kl r~and ro~. ~them i,u good stead for their two Undoubtedly the bes~ gem line ~rema~n~n,g night games-one ,~t sOa.nd made by any footbel'l team ~l~av~nsburg next " Friday nqgh,t, &u tll~is sectAon in years occured in HOURS :~- and the other ~t Bea,ll High[~he ~hepherd Col'lege-Pot~nuc School in Pros~m-g. If the Pan- ~t~te gazne Sa)turday when the Monday, Thru Friday 8:00 A. M. - 4:30 P. ~hers eau keep their heads and go iRams held the Catamounts for on to victory under such favora~b,le ~four con'secu~lve downs on the one Saturday 8:00 A. M. - 11:45 A. condi~tivns ~hen the ligl~ts should (f~o~ l~ne. N~ once on any of the nOt be too m~eh o,f a problOn to ~four tries the Cwta,mounts made ALL OF OUR FABRICS WILL BE GREA ,them ~t Ma~,tiasburg and Frost- ~o penera~e the Shepherd line did DEDUCED. Among these yoa will find Silk ~: ,burg Where t~ey are much brig~- the bal,l move as m~tch us an inch. er and more of them. Of course Ea~ ~lme when the laot~m,ac cloths, Printed Taffetas, Various Types of I 4n xl*l fairness to the situation as Sta,te Bal,l carrier hit the Ram line cry Fabrics, and Others. iC e~isted the lig~n~s were not t)hose he stopped cor~pletely. novmaMy used on foothell fields The ~tr~re Homec_~min~ Day WE ARE PLANNING ON A BIG SALE since it was no,t a foot,M,1 field, cr d '~- *^ ............ had a real oppo~ua,.~ ~, THIS WILL BE OUR ONLY SALE THIS F OU, 8, ase l l am nona wnere one see the IM, est football laver in flame was played. Nwtur~,lly the ~he sec~ion~and area, ~lsoina lOt il,igbts wou'ld. , nOt be as .numeru~' -el ......... .......... THE DATE .... OCTOBER 19 - 24, i nor as bmgl t. Bttt the h l bi,ng sy- used Rober Hogue, ,the huge ~ste,m were not the on~y handi'ca~p 345 pound cer~ter w,ho is.Msted a~ under vChich the Pa.uthers and 27 ' ~,.~*~ . 0 pounds on the program u~,,~ NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS WILL BE the Trojans iTal to piny Per in . ...... " ~ lot on the defense. And he seem CEPTED AT SALE PRICES. s~ance jus~ ~wo nou, rs oemre game ed to iu,st mmh ever~hin~ in front ~ime a r~n storm swept across ,of l~i,m m~,t e~'---f t,~ w"~ ~.v in ~- C~t,il, ther~;burg and the deluge of iing d'~-on-t~e-l~-~t~a~'~a~e October 15 and 22 - 2t. twin co~n,pletel.y wus~ed a~ay all i~I c~rriers 'boundary and yardage markings on the field. Cow, oh Harvel of O~i I~herSburg m~ade every effor~ to get * Vhe field re-Mned m time for the ~ame, bttt ~here was neither en- ough t~me, nor dry lime. So many ,hi,rues during the gain, ~ot only did the players nOt know near ~h)a)t yardage mRrker the bwl~ was bLtt i!t was a)Iso qu~e a problem ,for game offivi,als themselves to ~::::, tell at ti~mes. Among the thin~gs theft shou.ld not go un.mer~.tioned in connec~on wi,Vh the Oh,arles Town-G~ithers- Don't delay bringing music 'burg ~me were the fine exeter- ions whiOh the Charles Town and into your child s fife. See and ~ai~hersburg bands preesnted dur try a Cable-Nelson, the ~ng the t~fiti,me intermission. The family favorite for over 50 ALSO-- "PA R DN E RS " in Color--Starring Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis "The Wild West At Its Wildest" Sunday - Monday - Tues. October 18 - 19 - 20 "From the Best Selling Nov- el" Uncensored! Uncut~ "GOD'S LITTLE ACRE" Starring Robert Ryan No Advance In Admission Wed.-Thurs. Oct. 21-22 One of the Year's Best Films Brought back by request. "CAT ON A ItOT TIN ROOF" in Color---With Elizabeth Taylor - Burl Iv,s- Paul Newma~ Renewed Faith In Using Hewspaper Advertising.- This was demonstra d by Chevrolet, says Editor and Pub- lisher magazine, when the auto company announced its ad plans for next year. About 7,100 dailies and weeklies will be re- ceiving ads. The first seven mon ths of 1959 showed a 10.4% in- crease in newspaper space by auto makers, while television got 18% less than last yeax. The switch back to newspapers makes a nice little story for lo- cal advertisers too. Some big advertising spenders learned by experience that ad messages in the local newspapers do bring results. ,, -- j Cuba moves q~ck]y in Piaar del 1~o land re:form. .... ca ss m s Sunday - Mon0ay -Tuesday October 1S, 19 and 20 years. The Cable-Nelson has a nS~a nfud]?di 8e8 "a:tt~o kn .eYFbi:[j workmanship, fully guaran- teed--yet priced among the - as low as , " 595. A~ ~ - ' " MOLLER ORE ,, ' guth .Potomjac Street Hagerstow, Md. Open Evenings By Appointment - Phone Regent 9-4100 ark,ng COMMUNITY PROGRESS 'YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND US READY" . . . We are pulhng hard for this community with' money, time, and the best modern banking fa- cilities tl at we can provide. Take advantage of our experience and interested cooperation in carrying out your plans. Talk with us Today. GAROL 8RANDON LYN!.EY.deW1LDE MAGOONALO kffSH& C EY" HUN[ C INe MA i 01 15 YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT THE Sund ty. Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday I October 21 and 2,2 " '[ i Phone 10 .West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va, (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us... i No Obligation At All) O,*.RY CI q Y --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System--