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end half of play in the WX'VA ' tear~ ] I Housewives Ladies' Bowling Lea- Newr~ [ [gue which got underway Tuesday ollectll] ]lit Pikeside Bowl. ,Cott~1 1] Marie tlenderson rolled the |]high single game score for the | [ day's action, a 211, while Barbara [ [ Viands and Marie Mason had high ] [games of 180. I | Dot Brown rolled the high in- | [ dividual set score, 509, while | | Biddy Smoot had a 482 set and | [ Marie ttenderson a 472 set. ] [ [ Stu's Heroines rolled the high I [ single team game score, 749 and ~UR TEAMS SCORE WINS /also high set score of 1966. ik~ -- ........... , Nancy Roth Jane Stone and sWEXcVA ~U2.L'I~N?2~I.?Y..,~ / Dot Brown came up with the high ~._ ul-qo naLr orr~t~r~na | individaal average, each having tF-'tVA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE| a 152. Biddy Smoot finished with [ STANDING OF TEAMS [ a 148 average and Reba Cameron w. L./I kie's Olympians 4 0 " N '~/'s B" " ^ | CO ESTOGAS WIN FIRST ' ales ,t 0 F-~ ~ehle's Dames 4 0[ HALF TITLE DODSON S t~l ~[~S Heroines 4 0[ LEAGUE DESPITE DEFEAT q r~othy's Pills 3 1| DODSON'S IIOBILE LEAGUE I~ ~,weeties 1 3| STANDING OF TEAMS lay s Dubs 0 4/Team~ w T rb's C " ~ ..... ~ ~e~en' opy Girls 0 4| Conestagas 42 26 m~m ~;renSc uol~s . ? 4[ Imperials 40 28 1-~, e s bales 0 41 Lexington 39 29 I P --IA--- | Stratford 34 33 I ~our teams scored 4-0 victories[ Victoria 31~~ 36~ the opening round of the sec-~ Glen Haven 311/2 36 NOTICE On East Washington Street A LL NEXT WEEK 24 Thru FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612. Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 AIR Presenting RAIL EIGHT DAY---DEEP SOUTH CIRLCE TOUR A delightful, personally escorted tour from New Orleans through the heart of the deep south at its most beautilul time of the year: featuring Blloxi, and the GULF COAST, MOBILE at AZALEA TIME, BELLINGRATH ~ARDENS ............ Old Natchez ............ Baton Rouge. / Iarvelle 30 38 CONT STOGAS CONTINUE Montclair 23~/",- 44~/~ TO IIOLD SLIM LEAD ~, ~, 7-0- ~ . IN DODSON'S LEAGUE lne t;onestogas won the tirst ............ ~z~[.,,~ ~ ...... half championship of the Dad- L,~,t,o~,~.~ ~ l,~=o~r~ ~r~ut~ son's Mobile Sales (Missile) Bow STANDING OF TEAMS ling League Tuesday, Jan. 10 inTeam W. L. the 17th and final week of action Conestogas 41 23 in the first half play on the Pike- Imperials 38 26 side Bowl lanes despite the fact Lexington 35 29 they were defeated 3-1 by the Stratford 311/= 32~ ! Stratfords. ~ Marvelle 30 34 The Conestogas had to have Glen Haven 29~ 34~ some" help from the Glen Haven I v.ic~r!a. 28~ 35~? team to win, however, as they, ~vloncclair --4) zz,/z 4tV= went into the match leading by .., ~ . -- .. only four noinl~ and had they The t:onestogas commue to been shutou~t in"thir match anti hold to a slim three-point lead in ..... 'l the Glen Itaven the Imperials Dodson's_ .: ,, ..... Mobile Sales Missl.,..e La(lleS DOWllng league Qesplte had won, the half wotdd have / ended in a two-way tie. the. tact they dropped a 3-1 de- The Glen Haven team managed ClSlOn Janua,ry 3 to Glen ttaven a 2-2 break with the second place team. and me secontl:~ace, lm- Imperials. perlaz team score(/ a ~-1 vsctory .-. i. ''~' ~,g ........... ' for their weekly league action ro).~z an~u)n t~arx],oeA-t. ...... they will participate in a double Grace Masters rolleu me nigh ...... ..... neaoer attracuon individual game score in the hrst I- actio- ~an "q M~r~,e n..wn half of the daub eheader bowhng ,'-lle,~ ~ hi.h fla* ...... 90 attraction which was staged Jan w~il-" /~ni~t:~'Brill'ha(tV'the'hi-~ mary 10, with a 119. Anita Brill in~,~e-~,~ ....... 1a9 ..n ~ h d second high game sco e of high ~,,, C .... f ~t6 An,, '~ .... ~? a ndhChar oi~ ?rslniand Dot~, rolled the second high game score ;ia~--~"'?:~"~;"~L~""--lace-Ani'(a 123 and also second high set .......... i "i i- I scar, 333 Ruth Pharr had the Drill rolle(1 the nigh nG v aua "hir .... " ..... . . .... ~ . i~. ~ .... ~..,,t u nigh game score at llY ant~ set ..... , ............ ~ '~"~" third high set score of 307. Kackley's 304, second high. The Glen Haven's rolled the The Stratfords had the high team game score, 393 and also high team set score, 1095. from from Hagerstown Don't miss this oportunity to see the Deep South with your friends and neighbors on another group tour with WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE 115 West King St. - Martlnsburg, W. Vs, Phone 267.202.2 Other Group Tours in '66 Include Canadian [THREE TEAMS SCORE WINS IN OPENING ROUND DODSONS MOBILE LEAGUE PLAY The Conestogas, winners of the first half of play in the Dodson Mobile Sales (Missile) Bowling League, started off the second half action on a winning note by scoring a 3-1 victory over the Leingtons. But two other teams, the Stratfords and the Montelairs also scored 3-1 victories in the opening matches. The Stratfords defeated the Marvelle and the Montclairs won from the Glen Haven team. In the other league match the Victorias split 2-2 with the Imper ials, runner-ups in the first half of league action. Ann Clancy, with a 134 high game, rolled the top individual game score, while Marge Bowden had a 128 for second high and Jeanne Clancy, a 125 for third high. Other high scores were Bet- ty Clopper, 115 and Ruth Lamb- ert 114. The individual high set scores were: Marge Bowden, 322, Ann Clancy, 321; Ruth Lambert, 320; Marge Bowden 313 and Betty Clapper 309. The Conestogas rolled the high: team game score, 411, and also the high team set score, 1155. GOODE BROTHERS SCORE 2-1 WIN OVER SEALTEST IN LADIES' LEAGUE m The Goode Brothers Buick and Pontiac Ledies' Bowling League scored a 2-1 victory over the Seal test team in action in the Win- chester Evening Star Ladies' Duckpin Bowling League Friday evening, Jan. 7. And the victory permitted the Goode Brothers team to hold onto first place by a single game with only one week of the first half or league play remaining. The Charles Town team rolled two games of 554 to get their 2-1 victory, with Biddy Smoot lead- ing the attack with games of 135 and 112. Jane Spinks had a 120 for high game, Amy Alger, a 115 Virginia Dorsey 114 and Tootle Rockies, Scandinavia, Spain, Portugal Prain 118. Also Offices In ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Frederick, Md, Hagerstown, Md. high team game score, 417 and the Victorias the high team set score, 1176. Ann Clancy is the league's lead ing bowler with a 102.20 average, while Ruth Lambert is second with a 101.44 average; Betty Clap per third with a 98.12 average and Anita Brill, fourth with a 98.6 average. THREE TEAMS REMAIN TIED FOR LEAD IN WXVA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP Standing of Teams Team Won Lost Diekie's, Olympians 7 1 Stu's Heroines 7 1 Archie's Dames 7 1 BoWs Bales 5 3 Dorothy's Pills 4 4 Helen's Dolls 4 4 Barb's Copy Girls 3 5 X Sweeties 2 6 Lawrence Gales 1 7 Jay's Dubs 0 8 --O-- With the completion of the sec. end week of action in the second half of play in the WXVA House- wives Bowling League at Pike- side Bowl Tuesday, three teams including the first half cham. pions---Stu's Heroines--remained in a tie for the league lead. Tied with Stu Heroines for the lead are Archie's Dames and Diekie's Olympians. All three scored 3-1 victories in Tuesday's action after having won their opening matches a week ago by a 4-0 margin. Jane Stone rolled the high in- dividual game score of the day, a 220, while Scottie Marcus and Barbara Viands each had 199 scores and Virginia Dorsey a 193. Jane Stone also rolled the high individual set score, a 549, while Barbara Viands had 5233 and Doris Blackford, 502. The high team game score was roiled by Dickie's Olympians, a 670; and the high team set score honors went to Stu's Heroines, with a total pinfall of 1870.| [ Jane Stone is the league's I I leading bowler with a 154 aver. age and Nancy Roth and Dot Brown are second at 151 and Bid- dy Smoot at 148 and Reba Cam- eron at 147. HEAD PINS CUT LEAD OF ROLLING STONES IN LADIES' TRIO LEAGUE LADLES' TRIO LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Rolling Stones NEW/DEA S FOR ,4 #EW ERA Head Pins 40~4 19 M/lIDk4 A M I VICMICD ~ Splitters 34~ 25~I nuilplRl I,. I lOl l,.ll Comets 33% 26~ - . Thunderbirds 33 27 Insurance Consultant Pin Busters 31 29 4 Coffee Cups 31 29 Falrfax Bldg.-Phone 725-581 Rolling Pins 28 32 " 'est " "" r t Screwballs 27 33 w Lave ty tree F 85's 27 33 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Early Risers s . Lucky Strlke~ I0 50 ~,~'~'L~ ~;~" ~?~',~'~"u~'~c'~'~'~'~am | in action in the Ladies' Trio Bow I " .aft m su~c~ ~u~v. I ling League Wednesday in action , sore, ' at Shenan" a" " n " o " ....... ClO n LAI es oy SC rfflg iiIiiIiiII ELECTRICAL OHTRACTOR - (CERTIFIED WIRING) - LET US GIVE YOU A FREE ESTIMATE ON YOUR NEXT 'WIRING JOB... Complete Line Of Electrical AppHanee 'In every field there is one outstanding value to which ell others are compared. In memorials, that one is Rock of Ages, the only memorial guaranteed both to you end to the cemetery where it is erected. You get this exclusive Double Protection Guarantee only with me- morials that bear this seal". MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner 109 WEST JOHN ST. TELEPHONE 267-6141 RANGES - REFRIGERATORS WASHERS - TELEVISIONS Westinghouse Products -- RADIOS --- DIAL 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Vs. a 3-1 victory while the League lMoore, 4 9; Ginny Dorgey, 5i0; 01 A )VO ,AT ] leading Rolling Stones were splitt I and Jane Stone, 455. THURSDAY, JANUARY__ 20, 1966 B--3 ing their match 2-2. The Head[ Set scores for Cit~o were: Pins a!so made their second-[Frances Edwards, 426; Shirley ~"'--- place stanam~, more secure overI Heckman, 431; Helen Dorf 442; "~erica Is A Belier er!ca.l ks 10A~e tidn' the Pin Splitters who could do lBiddv Smoot 487" Dot Brown no better than split their match] 468 .... by a 2-2 score. ] " -'- For Eve Tthmg You Buy --- The Coffee Cups rolled the|WASHINGTON SPECIALTY high single game score of the lsHOP DROPS 3-1 VERDICT day, a 539, while the Pin Splitt'|TO] ROCKWELL rLEa~ER, JEWELERS ers had the high team set score, I .... "~ ..... ~', w 1504. "zne team ot women bowlers FEAGANS ,Millie Anderson was the star l.representing the Washington bowler of the day, rolling a 197[ Specialty Shop . .of Ranson, 230 West Washington Street -- Charles high individual game score and[ aroppea a aeclsion to mocK- also a hizh individual set score[weu t;leaners of Martinsburg in of 535 ~ " |action in the Bi-County Ladies' PRESENT: . : . Bowling League Monday at Shun- .. YEhR SAVINGS Mllhe's flue performance Wed-[a doa- Lan nesday also kept her far out in/n n es. ONC[ A front in the league individual[...Effie Raney led the Rockwell u, averaues with a 168 C Gano islt~leaners to victory with a 208 the league's second'top bowler| h~gh hmdividual gam~ score aand with a 156 average; D. Cline is/ ~o igh set.score o 529. B - ON UNCLAIMED LAY-A-WAYS third with 155, B. Stagner is|barn ttoop r had the,h gh game fourth with 149 and C. Heishman/score of 1 9 and high set score is fifth with 148 l of 506 for the Washington Spec- Such Values ~s A ......... 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Biddy Smoot had the high single game score for Citgo, with a 183 score. The Stuck & Alger team roiled sets of 768, 831, 705 for a total pinfall of 2304. The Citgo team had sets of 765, 730 and 759 for! a total pinfall of 2254. Set scores for the Stuck & Al- ger team were: Joan Jenkins, 407; Evelyn Grant, 443; Polly III II I I II I IIIII For All Your Form Supply Call or Vtstt SOUTHERN STATES CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE Ranson, West Virginia Dial 725-2212 II III I I Ear-Rings And Many, Many More Big Values. ---AND SAVE MONEY TODAY--- Open Friday, Saturday 9 To 9 I I I I I I II I I I I I I illl [[ I I I/ II1~ I I I II I I I I II I I I ,POTOMAC EDISON is pleased to an- rising costs of living. Think back, if you nounce this latest rate reduction to all will, to 1940 or 1950... ask yourself how West Virginia customers. 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