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SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 plans to build a 40-unit motel with restaurant and swim- ming pool on his property located between the Charles Town Race Course and Shenandoah Downs tracks. Kratz now has a trailer camp and a laundry on the site... Rough Road For Mountaineers THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE, but the West Virginia Mountaineers have to do it: Play three of the top football teams in the nation, all undefeated, on the next three successive Saturdays---following an all-out ef- fort against Pitt last Saturday. Syracuse away, Penn State at home, and Southern California away--each could make a meal out of the Mountaineers based on showings to date... Pfc. Gilbert Staubs Re-enlists In Army 24th Inf. Div,, Germany (AH- TNC)-PIc. Gilber~ F. S~aubs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Staubs, P~oute 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. re cenVly re-enlisted for three years in the Regular Army while serving ~i~h the 24~th In, fantry Division Trains in Germany. ~Staubs, an aircraft mechanic in the division's 24th Aviation Com- pany, entered the Army in Novem bet, 1956 and arrived overseas in July, 1957. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY II II HOURS :--- Monday Thru Friday 8:00 A. M. - 4:30 P. M. Saturday 8:00 A. M. - 11:45 A. M. ALL OF OUR FABRICS WILL BE GREATLY DEDUCED. Among these you will find Silk Broad- cloths, Printed Taffeta , Various Types of Drap- ery Fabrics, and Others. WE ARE PLANNING ON A BIG SALE AS THIS WILL BE OUR ONLY SALE THIS FALL. THE DATE .... OCTOBER 19 - 24, 1959 NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS WILL BE AC- CEPTED AT SALE PRICES. October 15 and 22- 2t. YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AGESe MONUMENT IN UMMERS OF SEE it now at our showroom, as well a8 many other top quality Rock of Ages Monuments and Markers. We will be pleased to advise you on your cemetery regulations and help you select the type and style monument beat suited to your needs. Come in today, MARTII SURG GRANITE WORKS 109 W. John Street Telephone 6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner @ when the quality of oil is the cost of heat is really Atlantic Heating Oil is triple-refined for your protection. An exclusive additive helps give you more heat for your heating dollar. You also save on burner repairs service lolls. for clean, low cost heat, call I)ISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II'iii It It It| ! f" I ~ I tl I Where and When The Pigskin Will Bounce --AND-- "fine Harpers l~erry Tigers were surprised by the rugged de- Notes and Quotes Tensive play off the Hancock (Md.) High gridmen and although they From The Sidelines played a fine brarrd of defensive ,ball themselves, were ROt able to BY DON RENTCH_ __ __ overcome an early lead which the [~VIaryl'anders gained ~nd dropped FRIDAY. OCT. 23 [ In contrast to the s~ra~ght hard a boo.breaking 7-6 decision on Charles Town at Martinsburg (N) [charging ~nd over-powering ~he Marylander's field Wednesday Musselman at Clarke County (N) ]ga~ound a~t~ck the C'~rles Town ~uf, ternoon, Oct. 14. Page Jackson ~t Bates High I~Eg~ Patti/hers ~ last The game played in the middle Annapolis (N) Psoore their first v~ory over Mar of ~he week becatase of ,t~e Cen- Hedgesville at Harpers Ferry~i~nSburg in 15 years, they can be tenrd~l observance of the John Hancock at Shepherdstown e:pected to use a wide ogen style ,Brown ra~d whtv2~ was taking! James Wood at Warren County of play Friday night when they ,place in Harpers Ferry later in Moorefleld at Berkeley Springs ,tangle w~h the Bulldogs in Co- ,the week, proved to be strictly a LaSalle at Allegany t>ouxn staxtium. In the five consec defensive battle for both te~ms Fort ~lill at Westminster utave v~otories this seas~xl Coach from the first period on. Waynesboro ~t N. Hagerstown Dick H~rm~son's Panthers have ~oth teazns gave Indication @t Southern High at Keyser displayed prob~vbly the most in- ;the ou%s~ the game n~gh~ be a Petersburg iat Romney ~ereSt~ng brand of football of any ,t-Agh-scorlr~g affair when both SATURDAY, Oct. 24 ~e~m in the section. Quarterback ,mar~ed for touchdowns the first Larry Burns not only has come ~tame they gained ,~on of the Broadway at Handley into his own th~s season as a good ball. Bu~ these tree eerly period (Homecoming) passer and as a very dece~ive drives proved to be the ordy reaa Susquehanna U at Shepherd b~l,1 handler, bug he has bet~u offensive power they could gener- Frederick at S. Itagerstown (N) doing a f~ne job of mix~ng tip his 'aJte all aff~ernoon. And oddly en- W. Ca. at ~yracuse plays w~ch not onJy keeps the op oug~ both ~eazns were aided in W~i~.e i~ wi'll be a breeze .this pos~,taon guessing, but also ~ne their scor~ng drives by pass in`ter- l~riday and Saturday for some spectators wondering wT~t comes terence penal~es. scholas~c foobb@ll teams of the ne~t. Hancock u~ized the sho~t JRITtp sectaan and area, the storm ~arn- W~le just about every other pass to Score a~d also to gain the lngs have been hoisted for others ~esm in the se~on and area used edge in the victory by making the who are most definitely headed a heavy assor~ne~t of reverses extra point while Harpers Ferry for a rou~ t~me of i. and pit.hours last year, on, ly Char moved on the ground to their As a ma~ter of fuc~ some may los Town has been using them to score. find the saiMng so rough and up- any degree ttl~is season. And these THE YARDSTICK s~ttiag th~ his prognostiv~vor's along wlffn a variety of passing Harpers Ferry Hancock predictions misht get washed over corabina~ions h~ve prod off for 10 First Downs 13 board on some of the bounces ffle Panthers. And so While most 134 Yds. rushing 167 w~i,'ch ~vhe old ball takes, of the scholastic teams of the sec Last week was a good tri,p down tion Imve been S~cking to strai- 1286 Yds. lost rushing " 19 Net yd~s. rushing 148 ",predietaon lane" wi,th oniy the g~t handoffs through the line, 101 Yds. passing 37 Moun~taineers preventing a perfe~ m~xed with some passing this sea- 229 Net yds. gained 185 strike in lucky 13 predictions. Yes son, Crnarles Town has been a 20 Passes the Mountaineers, the underdogs chore wide-open brand of play 6 Complete on everyone's selecttions, were the ,and winning with i~. 13 Incomplete 10 only team tha~ refused to run true ~t's been a long tame since a I Had intercepted ~o the form pieklng~. But wi~h a sdhola~dic footheli team in this 2 Fumbles 11 12-1 mark to add to the 47-18 section has trod five or six play- 00pp. recovered previous mark boosts the semen's ors M~ a~Pted at catching pass-40 Yds. penalties 35 aveyage to .750. es. And proof t~at Charles Town'Ham)cek, coaf.~ed by Paul Ira- Top Team ' has, such this year w~s provided `phong, moved 69 yards in I I plays ~,n last Saturday's gaxne against ~w~th the oper~ng kickoff. Hal~- The Charles Town High Pan- the Berkeley Springs High In- backs ~an Ma'~vche~l and P.aty Kee ~hers, the seotaon's top team a~d d~ans when six different players fer ,and and fu)~b~ck Bob Little it's most winn~r~g team. to date ~igured ivt fine scoring, gained Steady yardage and a pass ~l.1 unbeaten, wHi have too much Rash ,Of IMistakes aeri~l power and too many end ir~terference call set up a first sweeps .for the winless Bulldogs of This season we have seen more down at the ~ 30. IA~le picked Marednsburg High School to stoo rn~s~kes made by fo~ba'll officials u~ 18 yards on a sweep. ,~ter Friday nigh~ even t~houch 0he Pan wi,~h respec~ to rules and downs ~lake Harrison had thrown M~t- ~hers w~],l be moving onto the fay ~h~n in m, any years. And whi,le Vhel~ for a yard loss, the Shives' oriee field of the Bulldogs who are on,ly one off thera o~curred in ~o~binataon clicked on a shore more used to t~e archligl~t spot- ,Whines theft were close and had lit pass over the line for the TD. The light than are the Panthhers. And $1e if any bearing on the firm.1 out same play worked again for the fftough many will ~s~gree the come, ~ta,~I they did occur. A~d the exltra point as H~tncock led 7-0. Pan~thers are going down m our unusual angle of these mistakes is The Ferrlans bounced rl~lat book as a 19~point favorite. Let's ~hat they ~re nOt mistakes of jud ~back to co~er ~5 yards in six plaYS say about 25-6. gement or q~a~ck decisions which ~or a TD. A Pass interference ca~l In another m,~ht game width in c~me on close plays, bu r~ther picked up a first down at the Han terest in Berkeley county and errors in rules, d~vns etc. Three cock 38, where on ,the next pray nearby Clarke Coun, ty, the Don ~imes t~s season we have seen MaPhis CoaChed Clarke County ~he headHnesrnen in games lose] Ea~gles s'hould roll to a 19-6 vic- trWck of the number of d~wns and l one direction can, and oRen does, tory over the Musselman High %has cost one team or the 0thor,bring on confusion in another. gridders at Berryville, Va. a down. Once we saw in a game~And such w~s the case SsAu,rday Page Jackson High's ~partans both teams li~e up and ready to af~ternvon cA the Legion leld ~ill move irate Annapolis, Md. to st~t the play and all three offic-w~hen Coaches l)ick I~arnaison and do basle w~,t'h the Bates H~gh grid i.als wa~0Mng the play from the .Ronrde l~i*l~ps sent. every ms, n men m~d' this n~ay prove to be a sa~e. sld~ o~. the ~ine off scrim- ~o_ey ~.on the. Ciagri~s T0~vn b~tt defensive basle all the way with m~ge. ~wicei,n one game one offi- Ch into file b~l,I g~me a~ak~t Ber' the T~ty~lor-coa~hed Spar~ans. crip vial errored on ca~Hing either the keley ~prings. W~e the move plod offensively by the loss of their correct down or yardage on clip- ~ook the pressure off of file Ber- star lya~k Clare~nce Branson, eking ~pi~ag penalties, And in one same lkeley ~prings teams and at file out a 6-0 score just as they did ~he head'l~nesma.n e~'ther didn't s~me tame ~ave the C~tHes Town last season ag@iTLSt ~Ttis saffne know the rule or had trouble re- reserve ~n oppor~uPA~y to see ~ome team. ~ction, i* sure cre~ted a proMem In other l~vlday ni~t no*ion Al- for P0ober* Doyle who was hand- legany should score 20-6 over La- 'ling the p~'1~ie address system and Salle in an a'H Cumberland game; doing the c~mm~ on the ,~he Fore Hill High Sentinels wH,l g~me. As a nm~,er of f~ot ~t one find their matc~ at Westminster time he admiVted over the PA sy- ~te~n that the j~b was get~n,g rou and drop a 21-7 ba~vtle; Nort~h Ha by 21-6. ~her by the subs~uee. gerStown will w~n by at least two , ~ touchdowns over Waynesboro, Pa. mgh. REPORT OF CONDITION OF In the Friday afternoon a~t, ion w,,l the.arpe s BANK OF CHARLES TOWN Ferry I-I~g~ "I~gers should get ba,ck on~o the v~otory road again ~fter of Charles Town, Jefferson CountY, West Virginia, at the close of losing tr, vo in a row. The Tigers business OctOber 6, 1959,, a State banking institution, organized and will be hard to hold and should operating under the banking laws of this State and a mem~r of the dump the Hedgesville Eagles 26-0. Federal Reserve system, Published In accordance with a call made Over at Shepherdstown Vhe Car by the State Banking Authoritiea and by the Federal Reserve Bank dinais will be playirtg host to a of this I)istrict. I~anvx~k (Md.) High team.wbA~h has pulled several fine surprises A S S E T S this season on sectao~nal te~ms. For~ Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve Snstan~e they first upset Berkeley balance, and cash items in process of collection.. $~ 590244.51 Springs and then I-~arpevs Ferry. United States Government obligations, direct and But the C,ardinal~ have yet to guaranteed ........................................ 633,698.57 lose a tame on their home field Obligations of States and political st~bdivisions ........ 49,737.50 and we don% t2dnk Friday will be Co~por~te stocks (including $9,000.00 stock of Federal an exception.. So let's see if we Reserve bank) .................................... 9.000.00 cank be Close w ,th a 13-6 score. ,Loans and discounts '(including $104.63 overdraft,s)... James Wood wil,1 travel to l~ror~t Bank premises owned $34,536.00, furniture and Royal to play the Vearren Cour~tyfixtures $15;665.90 ................................. ~0,203.9~ gridders and 1~l~s should be an- (Bank premaiSes owned are sttbject to no li~n~ not other win for ~ames W~d. but a~sumed by ~nk) not by much, may~be 6-0. %nether Rough Time , TOTAL ASSET~ .................................... $3,106,816,26 Bob ~affney, speedster halfback ~ed ~ classy Al~egax~y High gr~d team from Cumberland, ~Id. ,to :a: one-sided 52-13 C~tmberland Val-! ,Icy ,M~letic League victory over q~he sta,ll w~rtless 'Mal~ns.burg High Butidu~ ~i~t~y night ku Cobourn Stadimax Cmffney, ~o ~eld ~he Individ- ~M ~orir~g lead in OVAL play prior ,to ~e gamne, scored Soar of edhe elg~t Alleg~ny ~touc~downs, w~'~i~e ~eff~etmle ~dded ~vwo more and ~l~ler end C-Minced eaelx tan ,fled one. Ortce ~g~n ~artansburg scored ,but their lone t~ll~es in ~e sec- ond and ttaxlrd periods never `put $hern in the b~M,l ,~ane ~.~er Alle- :gany had rolled ~tp a 26-0 lead in i~e first and second ,periods. The victory ~or Atlegany mov- ed ~the O~=n~ers ~n~o a *ie ffor ~rs~ phtce in CVAL 'pley witSt ,the West m~nster ClutCh. And C~ffney, as was ex~-~=d, w~s ~he key *figure as he ro~led ~tD 173 yards on scrimmage or more ~han ~he entire ~Martans- ~bu~g ba~k,~ield. ~Ie carried the b~l*l n~ne ~i~nes, averting nearly 20 yards ,per ~ry. (~ffney ,provided ,the firSt scar Ing spa~ off ~lhe game for ,both When he ~ook a ~VIar~ins- ~Durg ~tn~ and r~ced 70 yards ,to score e~rly in ~he first period. Then ~ eew minutes laf~er just when it looked as though the Mar Ra~r~ond C-~llow~y shot around 'his own lef~ end ,for 30 yards and another first down. Three running ,Plays laser Iden scored. Bu,t a high pass from center slowed Manuel's atempted lalatement which was .blocked. ,Ha~pem Ferry blew another golden oPPor~un~y early in the second period w~ten after moving ~o the Hanzx~ck 17, a furf~b~e was recovered by the Marylander's John t~isher. ,Both teams threatened late in the first hai$, I-~anv~ck using a ~31air of passes to move down to ~t, he.~t-]~~ 19 where an aerial bar- rage fa~Ied to Connect. The score by pericls:07 Hancock 0 0--7 Harpers Ferry 6 0 (} 0---6 Touv2~downs: Harpers Ferry- 'Idea ffthree yard plunge). Han. cock-J. ~hlves (13 yard pass). Ex- tr~ points: Hanc~ck-J. Shires (vass). SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2---B THURSDAY, OCTOBER tanvburg team would hold t~e runs, wh~le Campers, t~t ~vas Gaffney again lover from ,Vhe one-: who broke loose and ~ho~ 41 yards [Vhe louv~h TD of the for ,bhe second Allegany score.[ Late in the second ....... 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GOT SOME BIG . ] I LL AMOUNT The Berkeley prin s High In- L I A B I L I T I E S iians who took a real bea~ng la~ week at the hands of the Charles Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and | Town I-~igh Pan~hers wiiil be in corporations ...................................... $1242,486.04 for ju~ as rough a time Friday as Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and ~hey play host to the o~y once corporations ...................................... 1,312,598.16 beaten Moorefield Ye lowjackets. DePosits of United States Government (Including There ul'e only 3 more weeks to pay on your And the s irtgwhich the Yellow- postal savings ...................................... 23.1 6.0 Christmas Savings Club if you have been Jackets have ~l~s year wi~ll ee~ain Deposits of ~tates and political subdivisions ........... 139,~40.03 ly put the Indians on the run Other deposits (certified .and officer~' ,checks, etc.} .... 2,15942 making" payments on schedule. If' you are a early in the b~l,1 game and will be TOTAL. DEPOSITS ..................... $2,720,480.69 good enoch for a 26-0 vi ory TOrAL .................., .......... $2m0. 59. week so behind, s t a r t doubling up on over the It~dians. In the Potomac Valley action C A P I T A L A C C O U' N T S yourpayments th s week so you will be sure ~he Keyser H ig~ Tornadoes will Capital* ..... : ....................................... $ ~00,0o0.00 to receive our check for the full amount you keep on rolling along wi,th a 19-0 Surplus .............................................. 200,000.00 had staz ced to sa e. victory over Southern High; andUndivided profits ...................................... 81;335.59 Romney should win 6-0 over Reserves (and retirement account ,for ,preferred capl~l) ~,000.00 Petersburg on the Romney field. THE Turr ing ne)0t to the Saturday TOTAL c^Pr AL ccowrrs. YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT action and w~th only four g~mes ................... on ~p w~th sectional and area in TOTAL ~IAB~ AND cAPrrAL ACCOUNTS..$3,106,816.~ eerest, the Hand,ley Ht~gh Judges of Vinchester, Va. who have nei- *This bank's capital consists of: l l~her won a game nor scored a Common stock with total par value of $100,000.00 poin% this season, w~H break th~s E M 0 R A N D A dro~t~ht and register a 6-0 victory A~sseks pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for over Broadly High. And over at Shel~erdstawn the Shepherd Col other purposes .................................... $ 385~000.00 lege Rams will find the Susquehan We, J. D. Yowell, President, and IH. W. Willis, ~s.hier, of the na team another rough c,~tomer, above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement Is true but not rough enough. Let's just to the best of our knowledge and belief. 'pick ShePherd by 6-0. J.D. YOW~EI,L, President. 'PI, W. WX~S. C=hi~r Phone I0 West Washington ~ Street Charles Town, W. Now turning to the o~er two Corrects--Attest: games left, Frederick and Sou~h JOI-IN F. ~~E. ager town and we think Sou h (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us... Hagerstow.n 13-0 becauseRob C.M.B. IU OWN .... Director . els are home. " .... ven t ough the Moun*ainee state o, We t County of fe,se.. =. No Obligation At All) COSt US a perfect record this past Sworn to and subscribed ~before me this 14th day of October, 1959, week we don't think lig~Y~lng w~li lV~ B. W~'TZE~ Notary Ptlblic, ---Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System-- strike twice for the same team in iVIy commission expires November 4, !982, J ON THE JUST CUT AND TACK .ON . OV|R DOORS AND WINDOWS Enclose Your Screen Porch, Tool