Esso Safety Club, Ison's Esso Servicecenter, Rt 1 Scarbro 30 May 2958

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Esso Safety Club, Ison's Esso Servicecenter, Rt 1 Scarbro
30 May 2958
EIGHT FREE GIFT DAYS AT ESSO STATIONS! Ask yoir dealer how to get additional skirls! additioa *JU be handled as TeS-esaments. The boare of rectors at a meeting this ' voted to grant McQuade a one wee^c leave of absence |rona June l 7 so he may atiead Mountaineer Boy's State Camp at j adzsoil ^ He was one of five county cnoQl saideat selected to at- the annual ±ke££hip feais- ing, sponsored by" ihe American j Legion. 'A blind bogey golf touraajaent iunng tne day and a dance for ,.- JGftoias.-GoZf duo, according to John McCuicK eon, club president. ' ;Dr. John Fidler, tournament caa^-axan, announced today that tne .^^pzzzt -A-ill get uader way at 10 Fricav morning and wiH continue throughout : - Play ia the 'touxaament w5I not ^restricted to -club members' -Fidler emphasized, but ^m be opea-to an who des^e to oav a cornoined greens-eatry fee of $9 50 Entry fees should be paid to Fidler or McCutcheoc before Fridav '" °^er t^t starting times can scheduled. v · Sr. and his orches- wfll provide music for the ··prf- day night dance, scheds^ed to get under way at 9:30 at -the Becrea- nonalBmlding at fee Park. Maron Suacstron and Hnth Robinson co- caainrjm announced that there are stiH tickets a\*ailable at S3 i»- couple.TXcte will also be sS at the door. The dance is cabaret style. This is the first of several «o- cial events being sponsored this year oy the golf club and every effort Is being msd^ to make it tae alight of the holiday week end in Nicholas County. A delay in obtaining" some of the building material for the sew concession stand, under construction :eit -- . «^ i,^, *-viuui some time fee following week, Cutcheon said. (CHOOSE FROM THREE DIFFERENT DESIGNS - ANTIQUE CARS - MODERN CARS - FUTURISTIC CARS) FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 30-31 Moose Cop Lead In Mullens Loop MOHLENS - the Moose Utfit ague team took over sole possession of first place in the Mullens circuit here Thursday night *-hen it handed last 'year's champions, the Eotary, the first loss of year. It ^as the second wm Q t - the Moose, who Join the ESSO iTY friendly ESSO DEALER'S NEIGHBORHOOD STATION::: ASK THE SERVICE STATION MEN HOW TO JOIN! SET YOUR SHIRT...SIGN UP THIS WEEK END! e Lions broke, into the column in the opener with a 5-4 triumph over -the Legion. *""* hit a home run for B i scored t^ice in. the -first lour nines in the fourth Xh* Moose came back after four Ia" Je second, to Se the score with two in the fifth. - * .B'Antoni.and Lawson each: hsd a pair of hits for tae winners with Corns crashing out ur for the klon pitchersr Canada and comoined to hole the Leto lour Mts, three by King. The winning run was chased home ^ toe last of the -fifth after two tames fay the Legion tied the ?2£l m fee sa ?^ frame. *"""" " " 'Lions aib m Bane, Ib 3 2 2 Compton ss 3 I T Salters 2b 3 2 1 Acord cf 3 0 1 Cox c 300 Blackwel 3b 3 0 1 Canada 1 0 o Green rf o 0 0 Rinehart rf 1 o 0 Graham if 2 0 0 ToIHver If 2 0 0 ab r i A Curgia ss. 3 i T rf 3 1 3 Grandstaf c 3 o 0 Sugalski c 1 i Q" Bench Ib 2 0 0 p,2b 2 0 0 Iean b Meade 3b 0 0 0 0 OG - --~«MU ifi^f V Vf V? McKenev If 0 0 0 C Curgtn If 2 0 0 Justice 25 2 0 0 Pauley cf,p 1 1 0 Totals 21 4 PARENTS:::BRING YOUR CHILDREN WITH YOU WHEN YOU VISIT ANY DEALER BELOW. LET'S GET THEM IN THE ESSO SAFETY CLUB! E. BL SLAYTON ESSO SERVICENTER 401 S. Oakwood Ave. Beckley ELLISON'S ESSO SERVICENTER 106 N. Ookwood Avt, Beckley EAST BECKLEY ESSO SERVICE 1041 S. Fayettt St. . leckfey WARRENS ESSO SERVICENTER 19-21 By-Pan Beckfey ^ COLE'S ESSO SERVICENTER «0!.S. Kamwho SL Beckley HOTEL GARAGE, C. E. EARHART SON 316 S. Fayette Sh Btckley BECKLEY ESSO SERVICENTER 4 Prince Sts. Beckley COOPER'S ESSO SERVICENTER Harper Rood Beckley VALLEY DRIVE ESSO SERVICENTER Vellty Drirt _ SpniH« VINES ESSO SERVICENTEH G!tM I HONAKER'S ESSO SERVICENTER Brodfey '- CITY ESSO SERVICENTER 225 Guyondotte Ate. Mulftni DAVIS ESSO SERVICENTER Moron Ave. CENTER SERVICE STATION 600 Gyondptte Are. M«H«nt EDGAR MILLER ESSO STATION Pineville POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. SERVICE STATION . ' . Irmann f RIVERSIDE ESSO STATION Hinton WEST END ESSO SERVICENTER Hinton " WEBB'S ESSO STATION STANAFORD ESSO SERVICE W. H. KcHordt Stonaford COMMUNITY ESSO SERVICENTER Crab Orchard - MIDWAY, ESSO SERVICENTER CHAPPIE'S STREET ESSO SERVICENTER Bridge 1st Str«t PAUL'S ESSO SERVICENTER M«odow W. E. IEADLE - Aldenon NIMITZ ESSO SERVICENTER Nimitx BAMSEY BROS. ESSO AlSALOM-McGRAW ESSO aERVICENTER Montgomery GAULEY BRIDGE ESSO Gaulty Bridgt CARSON'S ESSO SERVICE Gauler Bridft KEN MACON'S TRI-WAY, INC. Smithers SMITHERS ESSO SERVICENTER Sntithcn CARTE'S ESSO SERVICENTER Smitfien MARSHALL'S ESSO SERVICENTER Foyetteyill* FAZIO'S ESSO SEHVICENTER FayerteyiUt GIBSON'S ESSO'SERVICENTER Oak Hifl GANNON'S ESSO SERVICENTER Oak Hill EPPERLY'S ESSO SERVICENTER , Ook Hill PHILLIPS ESSO SERVICENTER Oak Hill SMITH'S ab r h ,,,,. 2b 4 2 2 Seaton Ib 4 0 1 Semonco 3b 3 0 o Bond p 4 1 1 "Warden ss · 2 1 o Russell cf 2 0 0 JS! J LeSer rf r I 0 Totals 2$ 7 Rotary jo, r ^ Gregg 3b 4 0 0 Coins p i 2 4 Foglsng ib 3 2 1 'Smith, c 3 0 0 Hhodes ss 3 - i Stump cf 3 0 0 HARDY PAX GARAGE Pox PARADISE INN Lookout BAILEY ESSO SERVICENTER Cedar Grore CEDAR GROVE SERVICE STATION Cedar Gray* BEECH GLEN ESSO SERVICE letch Glen KING'S ESSO SERVICENTER Hundley M. G. SMITH'S ESSO Hico LOVER'S LEAP ESSOt SERVICE Ansted ISON'S ESSO SERVICENTER ".**-,!" · - Scarbro .BALL'S F5SO STATION t Beckwith ' · . - · ' ESSO SERVICENTER -FoIUyiew OBIE'S ?'·*?. S**TM 2- Bond, SO- 150 - - , Bond j. Foglesong 6, Bond 10. Bridge LL Topples Quinwood ± QUMWOOp- Meadow Bridge turned on Quinwoc-d here Thursdav aitemoon to take, a 5-2 Western Greenbrier Little League game. It was the first loss for the honie team and' first win for the visitors. Each team had a home run hitter. G. H. Mcdung. slammed one in the first after Locke doubled to account for Quinwood's runs. Don Atkins hit one for Meadow Bndge with the bases empty in the ted, a time when the visitors took a 3-2 lead and then clinched the game with two in the fifth. Meadow Bridge 003 020--5 4 2 Qnmwood 200 000--2 4 3 Hogers and R. Gwinn; Haga and G. H. McCkrag. Austria Is Bidding For Olympic Games VIENNA (AP).- Vienna Thursday entered, 'the bidding for the 1964 summer Olympic Games. Mayor Franz Jonas advised the Austrian Olympic Committee that at wants the .games and is prepared to meet expenditures of approximately $1,200,000. He asked the committee to forward the Danube

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  1. Beckley Post-Herald,
  2. 30 May 1958, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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