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CD/ DT UI:W AUh 1/11:W _ fly. ' t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON L @ JIFIJII/J nLW,.1 /41qU VlLW~ le Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Starliper]gn mttttD~nav TA~TTAWV ][ 1 FROM PAGE l--b FROM PAGE 1--B P-- and Mrs. J. S. Locke were supper I"--~" . ~ L ........., ........ A''. .~ ..,~ guests Tuesday evening with Mr. ] . .......... '' ta '~ .......... l~ and Mrs Gene Starliper land Mrs. warren LaRue and faml Mr. and Mrs. Paul winning tl~e ~ec~lonal t~lass /4 SChOlaStic DasKe~Dal| r,^... ", .... * ,,-~ ~.~'..., ,I,.... lily land Don and Nancy sp &.lUll t, IUI~UL LII~ J.~,~uuv,,'la J. uIJ-" . I, -, championship for the third consecuhve year were dealt a a pers 4-H Club meeting FridaylMr and Mrs Robert Leake stop Imas Day with Mr. and [] 1 heavy blow last week when Clarence Branson, their high- i' ni-ht Janua-- 6 at the home ,f/ -. -" .... lr~ h.~, ]Chapman ,~ a sc rin .... '" ~ , ~ ~ tpeu m see ,,~. ~,,~o ~,~ .... r " o g ace was ruled mehglble for further scholastm Mrs Howard Sa-le at 7"30 t ........... I Mr and Mrs J L JEFFE ". . . ~, ann s~s~er-mdaw ~wr. anu ~wr. J. " - ..... compehtmn because of being over-age. As a result of an RSON LEAGUE M~ss Vzck~ Blue was the ~uestl ..... I daughter Mrs. Doroth The Shepnerostown High Car- . tca~'mond . Galloway, reserve error in his birth record Branson was thought at first to STANDING OF TEAMS of Miss Gall Slusher Wednesday. L. t~napman on thezr way to land son Wayne of M tuna,s ann me tlarpers laerry guam wno Is oe~ter ~mown tor ~.^ .~-,~.-_ ,t. ...... -..^~ _~~ v.., -, t.~ ~.^^_ ~.._.~ ~L^, TEA~ " ~ - ...... Ispend Christmas Day with Mr IW Va snent Mondav . .... ~ wbltltl bitU l~t~t1UU ~,~. DUb lb II~ U~IL AOUUU bilT~l.b ,,a ~1' ""~au ~mas rar~y v J lhgh T~gers demonstrated Friday ins football exploits was the sur .... ' cousin Mr and Mrs J ,.o, ......... ,. ...... .... , hm actual bwth date was 1941 instead of 1942 as the Painters 3 O Tricia Collis Mar~ ~,~a T~,, ILeakes son ann ~laugnter-m-lawl ~ih~eht:~itohne:hifk:fAthebgttlcehfOmr etoan~leYst dwr~V~ Gin~rti~dn,rntOeith~ sSCh;:~ ~oeht~bl~lptYal~hO:ed theB~has bhe:; th:el;l~la;~ 1 ~ W:ZOanaBi~ya~d Vae~ri~y?~enn~ r Mr. and Mrs George pionship come tournament time a nasty bump over his left eye this season. He was also so outstanding for the Spartan 1 2 Coyle, Susan and Alice Carper of l ......... land daughter Debbie s next month when they scored viclwhen he collided with Hedges- last season that he was named on the Class "A." All-See-The Jefferson County basket. h;t l u/c Y 2a [efathe Metho'lrYM C'anda'Mrs Woodrow Adams|:e k Ind I nrBalnti ;r e, tories in the opening round of the ville s Bob Sperow, Galloway tional team, ball league will swing into full. j y d ChristmasI . . | p Y Christmas holiday basketball tour ]promptly shoved in four of his 4, 4~. 4~, 4- scale action tonieht (Thur~av~ at party held at the home of their [were oinner guests at the nome|ghter. "" " '~ " , .... teacher Mrs Ernest Slusher Jr of Mr and Mrs Marvin Adams nament staged on the Musselman five field goal atempts as the Fer . . THAT WE'D LIKE to see the CHS senior "~,vm 7 o clock with two games to be ..... .~ . I .. ~. ~'~.. " | ,. ............. ,. High gymnasium, rians raced to a 21-13 edge in the filled Friday night when the Panther cagers on t ose played on the Churls Town Junior i~:;ne~laYaeVdenin~.C~U;l~S were ]o ........ ,. ,=,v .~, ,~nu~ ~ The Cardinals, led by the high I first nine minutes. Indi~n~ ~r~m R~rlt~l~r Rn~-in~_~ ~X~,~ h,,,,~ +~,~ ~,,~ ,o,,o High hardwoods . :Y.. .. es Town [-~ - .......................... J ~#, .... a-,. ..~ .,,~,~ v.~ ,v,.,~, ~,~.~ aria t~lncly rlannas scoring Charhe Hunter stopped l W~th Hetzel, lanky 6-2 senior --'i" -~----" - ~:~' ..... :-'----~'- ~---'--~--'" ~- ...... "1 It was announced this week by " I , ' W 11 DIIUW ~ llLbl~ lIIOg~ lIIL~l'~b Ill UD,~K~LU~dAI II~ ~tllU lea ue offiei The Bus r / : ' ..... the host school Musselman m the I grabbing off 15 rebounds and con- _ ................. g als that any player y Wo kers 4-H Club I . .~ ,/ ....... ~!~: ..... ~:::~ .:.,.:~::~:~:: ..::..'.~ first of two games by a 58-53 score [ necting on seven of 12 field goal suppor~ me s.por w~m me~r a~encmnce ac me games as who has not paid his dues by this served dinner Wednesday night ~ ~%:~'~::::::::~::~.:::' :i::.~'.:;?~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... ::::::::::::/::::::::::::i::::j ............ ~!::i::~ and then in the ni~hcan Donnie~tries Coach Ronnie Rice's char- o~en as. possmm. ~evening will not be permitted to at the Methodist Church for the iiiii::.::i::::i~::::i::i::i::i::i:?::.ii:~!~i::i::!!:.::ii~!!:.::" ~:~i:.::~:i~::~i~:i~:ii!!~::~ii~!~iiiii~ii~ii~:~iiii~:.~...~/~!~i!ii~i~!i~/~iiiiiii!i~!~iii::::!~!!~i~ii~;!~:~:i~ii~i~i~!~j tlctzel led the Tigers to a close ]ges were seemingly coasting along , play until such dues of $3 are Leetown Ruritan Club. I ~i~ii~iii~ii~i~iiiii!!~:~ii!ii~iii~ii~iiiii~iii~i~.~i~:iii~iii~i!i~ii!!i~:~!~!i~i!iiiiii~)~!!~:~:~:iiii~iii~;~:/~ 59-57 decision over Hedgesville I to an easy win at the start of the L_.-L__J_I_..__ U ...... 1a .....Ul___ paid. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowardin I ii~!iiiiii::ii::~:: `.~~;~:~~.~i~i~iii~i!~i~:~i~:~;~:.~:i~i~iii~iiii~!~!!~i~.~.~!~i~:~i:~i~iiii~;~:~i~i~ii~i!!~i::~/::"/.:!iiii In actmn tomght the SmRhs o mh ttigh I final period Then Hedgesviile sta }neunerasluwn. namers retry won ,, " .. " . " f R" mond, Va were guests of ::i~::!::::iiii:i:.. ~ ~ ~i.:~i~i::::!~i:~i.~ :::.;i::.:~:i:i::~::.:::.;..,.:iii::iiii::. ================================= ..:!::ii~!i~! ed a rail whmh fell short b r r # wm meet the ramters m the first Mrs Cowardine's arent M ...... ~"" ............ '::~':"~"~ ....... ~ ...... neither the Cardinals, nor the lO ly two DO/ ~A~a~ D.,....i/2..,.....,,,. I, s Kenneth fr]tts and famfl [ ~~[~.~:.~:~:..:-~....~............................... ~ ~ ~ : : : 1 : : : : : Z : ~ : ~ ~j~ _ . , . . . . . Y .. .... ~::*:==:.~:=~==:~::~:=:~==~=~=~=*:~=:=~:~=~=:=:::::==~=~=~==~:=~=~=:=*= Tigers had an easy time movingI /[/ glllli nUUIlU ~alll~ AI I,HIIbllllab erswfll ~ngle m the nlghtflap... Christmas Day returning home| ~~~~ ~ IS "- yt yAtM rne scneaum trom Jan 0umil Monda ........... .. '.~ into the finals against each other " . .. y. .............. ii~t::~:..:.:.* - Sa~otdaYh:ighutsselman cagers and ectnonal Cage lolnda ourne usselman High M:~ct:2:'il.A~e ~ follows, wiThmB~Syt W2:k~rSm:.oHf ~ubl the ttedgesville Eagles staged al!R~Hlae F^~ W,,al~ sP~it~rSv sWalkers Kitty and Vicki Blue Friday| ~~~..~ great late rally against their op-III~MIIl~'~ IVl 11 ~k,~R The Shepherdstown High Car-l Cards in front 60-59. He added his '"~ ~ ~4~.~,n nlgm, Januar~j o.... .. t : ~~~ i ~ ~r ana Mrs ~elson Henry position and in both games almost I ~ dinals demonstrated last Friday I free throw and the Ferrians had Walkers vs Smiths ",. ....... | ~~~:~~i~;~ ~.~i~i~ turned the tide in their favor. ]F~tnav _sa~ a i and Saturday they will be one of I time left only to toss the ball to ~ ......... .... were~mner guess ~onaay o~ Mr. I ....... , ....... i ............... ann rs. escer enry .... *." -- 72"- Musselman was down 50-31 ..... , ~ ~ .... ,,,~,,, , the top contenders for the See-IM~lls who made a desperate hea- *a~ ,a .......... 1 " - . t [~~ fi{ " .... "'-- ........ ~' -" ~'" "ffi"~'~'"'" [ " n ,, ,~ . . m.~. ~v -e~lHKl~ r~enry was nome /or going into the final permd, but [Bk~ -~,-~ .... ~ ~,ho~.~ m~ffi~, ~ tio al Class A scholastm bus-Jve the length of the floor whzch Bowers vs Walkers ................. I ~.%.~:n.. II " -., ~-~---o.o ........... ,,.,~ ~ne nmlUays zrom me Mealcal UOl '. staged such a strong rally they/F.irm..t ~,~. o~ Po,,o / ketball:champmnsh~p next month missed. Smiths .s~, P.ino .... * ............... ~e e m mcnm I ~ :,~,'~*11 - - ............... ....... e t e t " i . . . g onu, va. moved to w,thm two points of the ] Saekson I wh n h y scored a hrfll ng61-59 1 A hot scomng streak, begmmg FEB. 2 Thursday ~v.nln~, ~r. o,~a ~.. I ~ ~FA~ ~" # Cardinals. before they cooled off. Ist. $osenh's._ of Martlnsbur~o at St. Iv. .... C~ol~ over. the Harpers ~ierry [ in the, middle, of the first permd Bowers. vs Smiths Warren Collis and daughters and ~- / and Shepherdstown once agam~ ,ohn,sFrederickI.H*,n. Tlgerst.wmme unrlstmas, ldurmgwhlchtheyoutscoredMus- PamtersvsWalkers Mr andMrs HughCollisanddauL '~'*~'~il~ 1 managed to nrlove, five points m Ha ers Ferry at Hed~esville [ noIl~aay cage murnamen~ s mgeu I selman 16-1. enabled Coach Char- FEB 9 bh; ......... "~'............ ~[~ ~/~-- ~ ' ~ ~ ~l~] r ~1 ] ~] II~ ~ front of them. [Han~cock at St." Maria Goretti, l on3: ~usse~man uign nara-llie Spencer's cagers to chalk up Bowers vs Painters ~nY~rs.~s~er~enj~ ~, mz./ | ~~ v ~.~. ~ ~.,j-,-~.~.~.~ In the nightcap Hedgesville / Ha-erstown I I their second win of the campaign Walkers vs Smiths --- :='~ ..... " - / [ [~ ~ ~ , I a - , ~zr. a~tu ~vzrs. J.yte ]yurr ana son / * | 1~ ~ ~ ~_ Jl_ I trailed by as much as 17 points at [Paw Paw at LaSalle in [ It was a clutch field goal with I in the consolation fray. , FEB. 16 [ Kim of Charles Town visited Sun / | !~l~. ~ ~ ~ IF I 51-34 with seven minutes of -play | Cumberland I only three seconds remaining by I The boxscores" Bowers vs Walkers I day evenin~ with Mr~ ~ .... / J i~ I1 II Ill 1 I remaining. But the Eagles rallied |George Mason at Loudoun Co. | ophomore Barry Mills, which] ~.onsolation Smiths vs Painters [B ce Furr ........ ~| ['~l~ dl~al~ ~ ~ Ila I and reeled off 24 points, while |Clar~,~..~ .~o,,nt,~_ ., ...*t'Turner Ashby, I gave the. Cardinals victory in the I.. . " "_ ..... FEB. 23 I -.,,,,..,r~ ..... ~,~o;,~o~ ,~,,,,~....~~h-~,~mo ..ayn/ ttarpers Ferry was getting 12 to |Musselman at Shenherdstown I champmnship game Saturday lmussetman ~t~ ~ ~s. I Smiths vs Bowers 10f Mr and Mrs Floyd Owon~ .~r / just miss a sensational victory. |Wheelin~ College at Shenherd [night before a capacity crowd [Gent, f 1 3-7 5 Painters vs Walkers I~..~ ,~ ...... :- :_ ~.- "%=; ...... t ............... In the Shepherdstown. Mussel-[ " College IThe Cal~dinals hhd defeated Mus-lAsh, f .............. 0 0-1 0[ MARCH $ , " I wen ?tl r,an e r . hly rwennCe/ specmus --ma s us. we are equippea man.battle Hunter,. the. splendid [ o,~.,~,,u~.,e*~tt~'n*~" o,~,ta~ .~ ] selman ..... ina close' battle on Friday ] F. Miller,. c ...... .... 0 3-6 31 Walkers, vs Smiths . I ~nu ...... cmzuren" mr.'" ann'" mrs...... ~loya / and trained to nrovide the ...~,i'~mt ~--,~,-~,-~'~'~m;hl'~ ~.~"vo shooting senmr, was wrtually un- |. .. ...... " [ m~ht to move into the finals. I Lew~s, g ............ 1 3-3 5 [ Bowers vs Painters [ Owens Jr and Mr and Mrs Char [ ice to our customers and to our ....... ~~q['g. stoppable, tie netted his first four |Lyncnourg a~ ~nepnera . I .~n the consolation game Satur= I Dellinger, g ........ 67-1119 ] The playoff series will start the I I~s ..a " "/ ...... field goal attempts as the Cardin |furman at WVU Morganmwn[ day night the Hedgesville Eagles [ Unger .............. 24-13 8 1 second week in March .with the I 7 MrVs'~lames'~iammo'n~" and child | l~n~na ~.n,.. h,~w~ ,nm,~-~ol~1 ..... ~a MONDAY, a~ ~ "" - v ~, ~ ......... a -"."-'~ "" als moved into a 10-2 lead. And | I scored a 56-44 victory over Mussel I Wright .............. i 04} 2 ] first and third teams playing two I l.e,~ ~; ~ho.~o ~ ..... ~o;,.a . ;,. / ............. for the evening, !Iunter sank 14 of N lhgerstown at Martinsburg ta 1 a the Gess , 1 04} 2 , ...................... ~ ~'~" a on ' ' ]." .... I man to ke th'rd pl ce in | ................ I out of three and the second [ Charles Owens and sons Mon | pets al matter with us. That s why we re 24 shots and added five charity/~yraeusea~ wv.~ _ .. [tournament. I -'----'------[fourth teams also playing the[~ay" | ~lad we can offer ,,ou Atlantic's famous tri,qo- to~es: ...... [Shepn;~E;;A~ae~nraaaus [ The championship game was a I Totals ............ 12 20-41 44.[ same type of Series. The two win,|i, Mr. and Mrs Charles Owens | ~ .... .~, .... ~- l)ezzinger, wno pacee me Apple tU ~ X, a~r~. I thriller all the way, with the Car I Hedgesville FG F Pts. I ners will then meet in a three out | ~nd sons were New Years Da~, din / rennea nea mg ou, me cleanest-burning fuel men's, attack with 20 tallies, was | Shepherdstown at Charles Town [ dinals coming from behind in the l Stearns, f ........... 2 2-5 6 [ of five game. series, to decide the | ~ier guests of Mr .and Mrs. ~,. D. [ you can bu,, me nrst o~ s~x players ~o muJ Leesbur at Pa e Jackson leagu champions a ........... [ g g ,, . ]last two minutes of play to win. I C. Miller, f .......... 4 4-7 12 t " ] ~ones and family. | " out in me last pemo~ Toe ~arasSt Mary's at St. Jose n s In ' lost Ran~'" Sn"der wit'- '2" -^ I " .. )P _ I With 2:00 showing the Ferrians IMason, c ............ 3 1-2 7 1 .......... | .= The Christmas tree the Ruritan | To arrange for service that you can count . u~ _..~ .. ," "" ~.'~:l marunsnurg I had assumed a seven.point 55-481Sperow, g ............ 8 3-919] | T [I M ! Club trimmed was very beautiful [ on no .... 1- ........ a ~, -. ..~,,, roaming, wmio ~vmsseiman los~ [ Boonsboro at Harpers ~errY | bulge thanks to a field goal and ~ Frye, g ............. 2 0-1 4 [ L L L 1 ~ ]fl[ I~ / and helped with the Christmas de / --- ,,, .......... ~ ....... ~--ju~ w~,w three o~ner .~ r?guiar~m.cma~ng I Hancock at Smithburg, ~m. I two free throws by Hetzel and [ F. Albright ... ~ ...... 2 4-8 8 I Rv Mre Mnrv Rrt.,~, Ir,~., | corations in Leetown very much. [ or call us today. LeWlS, NlaCK ~ent ana l