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January 13, 1966

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--~ .......... m m m~B I m--lI I onl-" 15 of 51 shots and St JoeIPicelimini had 16 points to lead ll rebounds +~ ~__ " ] i I I/4 QL/ | rh=rlac T^wn lun|^P 14|.k Ta~m. T~ba 17 o~f 62 " ]the St. Joe attack while Hatison In the preliminary game CI~ ~.7i"~:: I I ..... ..m ... I, IIUIl53/V~II JMIilVI II1 11 I~;UlII} laity; Walters, who had his best gameI had 13. Jones and Walters were les Town's Freshman and soj~ iCorp [ ~* as been i t SOMF TD ( ~..e ~ .... u..J .... ..li_ ~--I-*1 til2_JtL of the season both offensively andl )P lar more team scored a 48-42 vz~ _ I ~~1 ~," --'''-- "_W I ralr From neogesme; spill wnn defensively led the Charles Town I t]~ ,ff over the eighth and ninth ~ ha.' Calif I ~ BE~T THE i - attack with 15 points, while Pull '- le d i of St. Joe.~ to~st tyo ~spend+ Marhnsb g North Jumor High Teams - - - t -- - - ----- - - - ......... Te ? I ~,OLD MAN I] The Charles Town Junior High Ott contributed seven points in ~ L ., ~ o Camp le l ~ ..... "''DJ cage teams scored victories in the second half, Anders four Whit I I I] ~ aping i] ......... - ........ - oom enas ot a aoubleneaaer with more thre and Smith 1 I II lI ~ Mrs. L, i ~ the Hedgesville 7th and 8th grade Williams was the top scorer J [| | SOme tirr [ ' teams Wednesday evening, Jan. 5 for Charles Town with 18 points, "-" I geaa+ -~' l -- ~~ on their home floor and then while Ott had 11 and Whitmore - . e.i J tiUb;rt~"~ | ~~ went went to Martinsburg North 9. Dennis Donaldson and Scott '~ M | ~Irs. Car | ~~ Junior High Thursday evening, Keesecker each had 14 for Hedges ~ ~" | ~ a son | Jan. 6 and split a pair of games, ville. I t arrival i | The two victories for the 8th In ,the second game Charles L | six poun | graders gave them a record of Town s 8th graders scored a 5140 | Mr - | ~~'.~ 4-1 on the season while the split victory over the Hedgesville be s a, ' Y a " / ~~ by the seventh graders gives after getting off to a sl0w start E'' IP" i ~ dan them a record of 2-2. and trailing 12-7 at the end of the 0nt R I In the twin-bill with Hedges- first period ~ ~ [ 8Faith ]~ [ ville the 7th graders took and Charles Town outscored the ~] | a~y, Mr. |L ~. + early lead and stayed in front all Hedgesville boys 12-6 in the sec- __ ~ | ~rs. Joh . /~. +c+lx~nr~ ._ , .... .... :~ I-" . . the way as _Marshall Wi!!iams, end quarter and broke the game t | ~le Bayl / x~ ~t~ ~O~vlr, tO Keep aneau o~ Ilvlng COSlS also. Toz, m .~t anu Jgewey wmtmore wide open in the third period r~ I I ...... lead me Charms iown attack with 19 " |i It1 I 1..... a -point effort. s l wise, however, to maraca, a regular depomt of Charles Town roiled up 12 L Carr wi " l ...... , th 14 pomts, R. at least 10% of earnmgs mto your sa mngs account. The ............ d K. Reid with points in the first quarter on two Smith with 13 an [: ...... 45 ~.~__.~ ~ ~ .... 4- ......J A..--.~,~...2.~-----" ....-1 __llJ __-~__ zieta.goats oy w.mtmore, a pair 12, led the Charles Town attack. [ l.~t$O,t~% el. mlZlU It given LOYYUtl-U t~lllVfglt:~ll~ll2~ ~l,I][U OIQ ag~ by Wflhams and single field goals L. Melvor chipped in five points, " security is well worth the sacrifice. ~y ott and Jeff Anders. Hedges- K. Brill, 3 and G. Hess and J Bank financing saves yau money. Get the wonderful feel+ of a new car loan. Here at our bank you get auto financing fhat is quick economical+ See us or your Local Dealer. REPORTOF CONDITION OF ville's eight points in the first period came on field goals by Steve Catlett, Dennis Donaldson and Scott Keesecker and foul shots by Donaldson and Keeseck- er. Hedgesville outscored the Cha- rles Town team in the second per- iod 11-8 as Keescker hit for two goals and a foul shot. Scott Don- aldson and Fred Johnson each had fielders and Johnson two fouls shots. Charles Town's eight points came on a pair of field goals by Williams and single goals by Whit more and Ott. In the second half Charles Town outscored the visitors 25-21 to increase their slim one-pomt halftime lead. Williams was again the big gun for Charles Town in the second half, scoring 10 of the 25 points. {From Page One) football world and who has been serving as an assistant and freshmafi football coach at West Virginia U., will get a $9,300 salary in his new job as assistant athletic director. Red Brown, his boss, draws $16,500 per year.. Roth each had two. For Hedgesville Mason was the leading scorer with 15, while Fink had 12. In the twin-bill with the Mar- tinsburg North Junior High cage- rs the Charles Town 7th graders dropped a close 26-22 decision to the host team and in the night- cap Charles Town's 8th graders came back to win by a 57-3_0 score. The first game was nip and tuck all the way with Charles Town unable to find the basket in the second period and falling behind after leading 4-2 at the end of the first period. The score was 8-7 in favor of Martinsbtrrg at halftime and 14-12 at the end of the third period. Tom Ott led the Charles Town attack with 11 points, while M. Williams had 8. Grantham led the Hedgesville attack with 8 points, while Cat- lett and Keesecker each had, six and Frye 5. In the second game the Charles Town 8th graders jumped into a of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia 25414, at the close of business December 31, 1965, a state banking in- stitution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a meqnber of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance+with a call made by the State Bank- ing Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. GARDENITIS STALLS W. Va.'s Ron Williams: Writing in A S S E T S the New York Journal American following the Mountaineer's 104-91 loss to NYU, sports cg}umni t Morrey Rokeach said; Jenkins had six and Grantham Cash, "If you want to compare Ron W ia . wi h Hot Rod Hundley, five.+ items " 504,146.3 Jerry West and Rod Thorn, don t. Not yet, anyway. Williams, +TA= . United ....... I first of a ,negro contingent ever to play for West Virginia direct :and .................... 853,497.85 University, gives evidence of having the ability to some dayI I~11QI1~3 IUWII Obligatfiins ( iolitical subdivisions 241,638.95 match the Mountaineer super stars. Only a sophomore, the] jump shots from the foul circle Securities of ii, s" aa fl corporations hit on three consecutive times to not guaranteed by United States ............ 200,000.00 6:3 wonderboy suffered a severe case of Gardenitis (spacious widen the Panther lead. M ison Square Garden)-as the West Virginians absorbed St. Joe lost the services of Jeff Other securities (including $ ............ a lacing from NYU. The game was a lot closer than the score Hatison, Donald McNamee and re- corporate st cks) ......................... 10,500.00 iladicated. A crowd said to be around 2,000 went home dis- serve Melvin Brown, via the per- Other loans discounts .................... 2,711,543.36 aplx)inted as Williams, one of the nation s top scorers, failed Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises139,610.99 to live up to press ballyhoo." *. Other 9 sse s ..... .......... ...... 1,076.83 WE'LL CONTINUE to fire as many shots as we can, in be- TOTAL AmETS ........ 4,66 half of the late Hack Wilson to get him into Baseballs Hall ' of Fame. Wilson still holds the major league record for runs batted in with 190 and the National League mark for home L I A B I L I T I E S runs, 56.. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships .......... and corporations . . ....................... 1,610,907.81 MIKE QUILL might have the power to paralyze a city of Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............. 2,116,127.23 9, ,0 ,,Obut no one stops 35,000 from going to the trotting Deposits of United States Government ......... 32,531.45 ra es at Roosevelt Raceway on opening night last week. Depesit States and political subdivisions .... 323,708.50 ........... Certified officers' checks, ..............25,899.89 THREE ex-Mountaineer basketball stars, two from last TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 13 to 19) $4,109,174.88 year's S. C. championship squad, are playing for a profess- (a) Total demand deposits ,, +.... $1,993,047.65 ional team seldom heard of in the hills of West Virginia-- (b) Total time & savings deposits $2,116,127.23 The Scranton Miners of the Eastern League. The three who Other liabilities ............................. 25,000.00 hold starting berths are Bob Camp, Buddy Quertinmont and Bucky Bolyard. They play 28 regular season games with the TOTAL LIABILITIES ....................... 4,134,174.88 playoffs later, Bolyard is head basketball coach at Californi C A P I A L A C C O U N T S (Pa.) High School... (c) Conmmnstock--total par value .......... 100,000.00 CHARLES TOWN RACE Course, where Lou Pondfield No. shares authori ,4,000 . occupies the general manager's arm-chair, completed a very No. shares outstanding 4,000 successful meeting last Saturday, with a daily average of Surplus .......................... , ......... 250,000.00 $447,434, best yet for a winter in the track's 34-year history. Undivided profits ........................... 136,198.74 A total of $8,053,817 was bet during the meeting which drew Reserve for contingencies and other 90,649 fans.. capital rese . .... , ......................41,640.70 " ONE OF ()UR agents, and we do have many in all parts of TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............... ,527,839.44 TOTAL B IATIF AND . the country, says there won't be a new club house built at CAPIT L ,K( UNTS .................... 4,662,014.32 Charles Town Race Course this spring or summer-but, the old club house wi!l enlarged and changes made throughout " + M E M O R A N D A it before June racmg returns there. More later on the sub- ject. Just keep your eye on this corner.. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar ........... days efiding call date. ...... .......... 4,i36J84.06 SHERMAN LEAGUE, highly successful coach at Lovings- AVd avs = j+ ^* 15 calendar ......... ton, Va. High Set,el, who was in Washington the first of the _ v ............... ,OUO,OOLOO week at endin the Nation-1 C, oll~,~;~f~ Afhl +;o Lo nsas,, own+. nite , t7of"Assets are.. convention, ca ed Monday night, asking us to give Vito I F sa, T r, + .... agazzo, +a former assistant coach at North Carohna, a boost of condition is trUe best of ;...,-^. IRed Brown, Sherman, who 1] g ve all the conmderatmn ,,,u 'he can, we are sure.. FRISBY T: FIERY, .......... President OUR FRIENDS over at Front Royal, Va., speak highly of G. L. SHUMAKER the new golf course in Warren County, the Shenandoah Valley Cashier Golf Course. Lynwood Morrison, Manager of the Course, invites any golfer to visit the new+and modern facilities at Wo, attest the correctness Of any time.. (Note to Ed Heckman, Ed McDonald, Russ Miller been examim d and other local golfers: How about giving this new course, b3 true and a look-see.) . . . correct. wide 14-5 first period lead and outseored the Martinsburg boys in every quarter. Kim Reid with 15 points and L. Carr with 14, led the Charles Town attack. R. Smith and J. Roth also contributed three field goals apiece for the Panthers Greenfield led the Martinsburg cagers with 10 points, while Jay m.,,.i.m...,.,.. + ROGER J. PERRY MARTY LENTZ, former:West Virginia University star of ARRYS. HESKETT Directors ,,: . : . . C. MANNING SMITH last year s Southern Conference Champ,as, playmg this year for the Alexandria, Va. Mountaineers, a fast semi-pro State of West ss: team which also includes many of last year's George Wash- Sworn to 10th+ day of Jan- ington pla era;:Last Sunday, they dropped a 108-93 contest uary, 1966. to Winchester g* Bell Clothes quint which includes Roscoe L, POSTON, Notary Public Dean, Dermic earls, Jerry Hannas and other former high 2, 1967. school and college+ Stars.. ::::::: 4 :;.:::::.:::: . ".::..:: !i:i ili!;!!iiiiii The excise tax on your telephone bill was reduced by 70% on January 1st. The monthly charge for a lovely STARmT extension phone in the color of your choice is only a few cents more than this reduction. In fact, you can have that extra phone for about l cent a day over what you've been paying! Can you think of a nicer W /y of using your tax sav- ings? To find out exactly what an extra phone in the bedroom or kitchen will cost you, just call our Busi- ness Office. I America's Largest Independent Telephone System | It's our Turbo-Jet 396: the V8 strong enoug to run your Chevrolet and its automatic transmission, power steering, air conditioning, power windows, AM/F Multiplex Stereo radio. And more. Without even breathing hard. Reason is, a Turbo-Jet V8 breathes deeper. Breathes freer. Delivers more usable power whenever you need it--like for safer passing. Works more efficiently. Where the smaller engine hurries, a Turbo-Jet V8 just loafs along. You try it, at your Chevrolet dealer's. And nowhere else | We offer two Turbo-Jet 396 V8s for '66. You can order 325 hp in any Chevrolet; 325 or 360 hp in a Chevelle SS 396. There's also a 427-cu.-in. Turbo-Jet (up to 425 hp) available in Chevrolets and Corvettes. Cal~ke Custom Cotqm Corvette Sting Ray Coupe Chevene ~ 356 Sport C~ ill k dz of earz, all i rozt pla .., at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy U. Corvair Corvette 47.1447 m WEST WASHINGTON STREET, _ HI ~ [ ....... I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DIAL 725-7045 ~ I+., I II I I II