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January 6, 1966

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I I I I I m • i .... AT THE----" Shepherdstown and Clarke County will be in Lees burg, as the guest of Loudoun County High. II To See Action In Two Rt West Virginia's fast-coming Mountaineers will get two rug- ged road tests this week. They face New York University at 9 p. m. tonight in Madison Square Garden, then journey to Char- lotte, N. C., for a Saturday-night date with rival Davidson. Sophomore star Run Williams and new coach Bucky Waters' youthful Mountaineers have dog- ged, clawed, and scraped their way to seven wins in the 10 games Their two most recent victories were over nationally.ranked Mary land and North Carolina. West Virginia's three losses were to Illinois, Marquette and North Car olina State, all on enemy courts. Williams' present scoring rate makes him a definite threat to become the top sophomore scorer in Mountaineer history. The 6-3 sharpshooter is scoring 23 points a game and leading the team in assist. His 38 points against Wis- ! A special driver improvement training class designed to reduce truck commercial and school bus accidents on the highways, will be held Feb. 1 and 2 in the Char- les Town Junior High School audi torium from 6:30 to I0:30 p. m. it was announced this week by Donald M. Kable, director of the Jefferson County Schools. Kable said the State Director of School Bus Transportation, Mr. Ray W. Walter, is urging each county in West Virginia to part- icipate in a school bus driver improvement class, and along with the school bus drivers invi- tations have also been extended to drivers of motor vehicles own- ed by government agencies, trans fer companzes and businesses em- ploying truck or bus drivers. The course which will be taught in Charles Town is the same one which the National Safety Cou- ncil organized as a result of the public demand for highway safety It was initially felt that more than FROM PAGE I-B Tuesday night's action for Jeff In other Friday night action erson County fans will feature a I Petersburg will be in Keyser to l tangle with the Tornadoes, , NorthI county battle between the Charles l STU'S HEROINES FIRST Hagerstown and Waynesboro willt Town High cagers and Harpers HALF WINNERS IN WXVA in FerrY'l with the Harpers Ferry HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE battlewaynesboroin a Tri-Stateand SouthmatChHagers- gymnasium to be the scene Of the town and Frederick, two unbeat-Iacti°n" ' The Shepherd College basket- WXVA HOUS ES LEAGUE can teams will come face to face I There will also be a real inter- bailers broke even in two tourna- STANDING OF TEAMS in a rugged contest on the Fred- esting battle taking place in Mar- merit battles last Thursday and Team W. L. crick High hardwoods, i tinsburg Tuesday evening in St. Friday nights on the airmont In Virginia action it will be an Joseph's Catholic gymnasium State College hardwoods in part- Stu's Her@ines when the St. Joseph's Catholic icipating in the annual Falcon Lawrence's Gales Friday nights on the Fairmont State llege ,arc you( in part- 40 24 '-*er "t .......... icipati in 'le rant Falcon 39 25 m~ -c] y Dame Dezween rianuzey . " 1" In "ta "on u Helen's Dolls 35 29 ............... High cagers take on the high- Ho 1day vz ti al to rnament. tt]gn ann names wooa oz wm _ : _ . :=. _ _ ': scoring Berkeley Springs High They dropped their opening bat- Dorothy's Pills 34 30 cnester on me oames wooa naru . .............. Indians tie to the host team, powerful Woody's Sweetles 33 31 atW°°USclarkeanacrierna°nounty m" HlgnBerryvWnl]lle DeAnd "out at Hedgesvflle" the Fan'mont" State m' the f'lrst round Barb's Copy Glrl 33 31 In -ddttio; t the She-herd Eagles will be playing host to the of play by a 9.888 score and then Archie's Dames 32 32 a o . l, Musselman High cagers in a re- came Dacz rrmay mgn aeteat Jay's Debs 31 33 Sa.!em game Saturday night there newal of county cage rivalry Alderson Broaddus College 96-82 Bob's Bales 22 42 wm aiso De severai omer games r ...... , " .. in a consotation game Dickie' Olympians21 43 • - ~nepnera colleges cagers will holding local interest. For instan-. . .... ............... I bo nlavm the-- fo,, th In their battle wzth Fmrmont ce wesz wrgmia university wm I .Y : 7? : "" "- Stu's Heroines dropped a 3-1 de b o th r la z" ' . zzve mgn~ 'l~esoay wnen tney ~,~, ....................... '~ cision in the last match of the • e n e oadp .y ng Dayldson J travel to Wheelin- for a battle, out goaled the Falcons by a 39-37 first half of play in the WXVA m a outnern onterence Datue; . s . ..... .. margin, but lost the battle at the Housewives Ladies' Bowling Lea. llandley will travel to Purcell.]m foul line rifle to play Loudoun Valley High l "l O IjIlurcII tlll{la Shepherd had a total of 23 per- gue in action at Pikeside Bowl, but that one point was enough to consin is the most by a Mountain eer since 1963. Director of Transportation, Jeff- erson County Schools, at the School Bus Garage Jan. 3 through Jan. 7, 1966 and Jan. 10 thru Jan. : 14, 1966. MERCHANT & NOLAND DEFEATS BROWN, MORROW IN BI-COUNTY MATCH The Merchant and Noland Chev Two other starters, John Lesher rolet-Olds bowling team scored a and Carl Head, usually make or 4-0 victory over the Brown & break the West Virginians. Head Morrow team Monday in renew- scored 25 and Lesher added 22 as ing post-Christmas action in the the Mountaineers shot 59 percent Ledies' Bi-County Ladies Bowling in their 102-97 win over North:League at Shenandoah Lanes. Carolina. The strong West Vir- Millie Anderson led the Mer- ginia bench accounts for almost a chant-Noland team to the victory third of the team's scoring stren- with a high set score of 579, while gth. L. Horst had high set score of Coach Waters credited guards 440 for the Brown and Morrow Dave Palmer and John Cavacini team. with a great j~b in containing Set scores for the Merchant the nation's second leading scorer Noland team were: D. Cline, 524; Bob Lewis of North Carolina. C. Gano 432; I. Noland 361; M. They alternated as the chaser in Kitchell 456 and M. Anderson a four-man zone defense which 579, shackled Lewis with three field goals and 12 points. West Virginia, which used to be an annual Garden visitor, will be making its first appearance there since the Holiday Festival two seasons ago. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1966 nandoah Lanes. i brary by library officials. The Citgo bowlers came up with games of 823, 797 and 730 for The library will be open a total pinfall of 2355. *day daily from Monday Frances Edwards led the Citgo team to victory with a 204 high Saturday from 1 until 5 p. single game score and a 502 set on Friday evenings from score. Set scores for other members 9 p. m. It will no longer of the Citgo team were: Shirley on Saturday mornings as Heckman, 463; Helen Dorf, 488; Biddy Smoot, 447 and Dot Brown past. 455. Charles Town Library Sets New Operating Hours Announcement was made this week of new hours of operations for the Charles Town Public Li- FROM Set scores for the Brown and Morrow team were: C. Paddock, 394; L. Horst 440; G. Schaanover 432; D. Burdette 383 and C. Heish i man 439. CITGO DOWNS ORBC 3-1 IN BI-COUNTY ACTION m The Community Oil Citgo Bowl ing team scored a 3-1 victory over the O. R. B. C. bowlers Monday in action in the Ladies' Bi-Cou- nty Major Bowling League at She INSURANCE WE HAVE THE EXPEBIEI AND SKILLI$ 'KNOW HOW' Add a sound base of professional training to the above, and you your premfiptioim will be filled accurately, dependably. See US SOON. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS . DIAL 725-2621 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i_ sonal fouls assessed against them and Falrmont hit for 24 of 32 free throws. At the same time the Rams had only 13 opportunities at the oul line and hit for of them. Although the Rams staged a spirited ral in the second half fter traiI by a 53-32 score at the halfway mark, they were too far back to catch up. Dave Miller, a three-year vet- eran, led the FalCons to victory with a 47-point effort, while Gary Phalen, with 25 points and Allen Baker with 22, led the Shepherd attack. Phalen also pulled down 13 rebounds to lead the Rams in that department. The win for Fairmont was their ninth in ten games, while for Shepherd it was their sixth de- feat in eight games. In the Friday night consolation game the Rams finally broke their ro d jinx in beatin the Alderson Broaddus team. The Rams took command of the battle at the Outset and stayed in front all the way. After the first ten minutes of play the Rams never let the Bat. tiers get within close range of ther , With two mifiu{es pl iy J?emain- ing Alder oi Broaddus did man- age to close the gap to 88-81, but Gary Phalen and Allen Baker sank two quick goals and pulled the Rams far out .in front again. Baker led Shepherd to the vic- tory with 25 points, while Harris had 18. Shepherd hit on 35 of 67 shots from the floor, while A-B was hitting for only 30 of 62. The win was the third of the season for Shepherd as against six de- feats. give them the first half champ- ionship over the second-place finishers, Lawrence's Gales, who scored.a 4-0 victory. The Gales ;fihished just one point back of Stu's Heroines, while Helen's Dolls with a 2-2 split in their match, finished third with a 35-29 record. Nancy Roth rolled the high single game score in the Tuesday action, a 193, while E. Clendening was second high with a 186 and Doris Blackford and Betty Gru- bet was tied for third with 178 scores. Nancy Ruth also rolled the high individual set score of the day, a 467, while Edna Clrndening was second wi h 466 andVirginia Our sey was third with 447. The High team game score went to Bob's Bales a 648 and the high team set score Bob s Bales, with a total pinfall ,of 1818. The league's leading bowlers for the first half were: Nancy Ruth first with a 153 average; Jane Stone 152, Dot Brown third with 151 and Biddy Smoot fourth with 147. Biddy Smoot, rolled the top individual score of the first half, a 228; Nancy Ruth, was second with a 212 and Jane Stone third with a 204. Dot Brown had the high set score of the first half, a 573, while Nancy Roth had a 212 for second high and Jane Stone third with a 204. Dot Brown had the high set score, a 573, while Nancy Roth was second with a 529 and Jane Stone third with a 518. Stu's Heroines had the high team game of the first half a 709 and also the high team set score, 1945. REAL ESTATE THE MASON BUILDING. 116 E. WASHINGTON STREET TO Now, step up to the convenience PHONE 725-7313 Sept. 16-tf- of a new flameless electric dryer. Just pop clothes in, and out they come.., softer, fresher •.. and require less ironing. And for a limitecr time only, you'll receive a free standard etectric installation. So don't delay.., act now. two-million adult drivers would take the course within a two-year period, but it is now believed that the number will be far in excess of this. Kable said with a strong inter- est in further reducing or elimin- ating school bus accidents, we feel confident that a driver improve- ment class will make a major con tribution to that end. Thus the decision was made to hold the class here. The class will be taught by Corp John Ramsburg, Safety Education Officer, Elkins, W. Va. and spun sored through the West Virginia Safety Council at a cost of one dollar for each driver participat. ing to cover the cost of literature Any agency or group having drivers interested in the course, please contact Donald M. Kable See your electrical appliance dealer or electrical contractor Free installation applicable to all PE System customers. Free installation on dryers, ranges and water heaters applicable to all PE System customers for a limited time only. f