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January 27, 1966

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WHEN the bank shades drawn, you can still deposit to your account with a 'Deposit-By-Mail' envelope. You can also make installment payments by mail. Use our convenient 'Deposit-by-Mail' service. Facts and Figures bout low-cost auto loans -- The only way to really understand how much you can save with our bank financing plan is to sit down with our loan officer and let him show you in black and white. You'll be pleasantly surprised. Come in! Ladies' Commercial Duckpin I League. She established a newI house individual set mark for we- ] men wrtll games of 139,127 andI 145. She broke the 410 mark set[ previously by Elizabeth Hlte. For her outstanding bowling l feat Dot received ~50 from the[ ~qKeslde Bowl, plus the 400 set award trom tne ~ational Duci~pn, Oowlmg Congress. ~ne currently sports the Com- mercial Leagues top individual average of llti.27 and also paces me ladies in the same depart- ment o the Saturday Nite Mixed DucKpin. She is a mem )er of a real duckpin family with her daughter and bust)and participat- ing m several leagues at FiKesiae owl and gives Ireely of her Ume as the statistician of all the t.nartes Town Junior Duckpin J.,eagues. 31de represented ~vxar- unsourg in me J FAA aUonm ~tliais at ~tori01K, yd., last season. Leon's FROM PAGE I-B ford 3. In action on the Charles Town J umor High hardboards Wearies- nay mgnt, jan. 9, me l~mgnts m t-ytmas cagers got the triple- aeaaer underway w th a 61-39 vic- tory over l~astle's Men s ~laop. Jonn ~ewman led the K. of P. at- tack wltn 14 points, wlule Taylor had 12, Hill and Doakes 10 each, oss W ltthers 4 and Benton 3. .~ppeil led tne attack tor Kastle's w~tn 12, Iollowed by bllUltZ wRh it, v~analli and JJuarcn wtn 8 and p Once again Friday night the Charles Town High basketball team demonstrated they can come back from the brink of defeat and win when Kenny Carr, who has been a demon on the boards all season for the Panthers, turn ed offensive star and dumped in a field goal with only seconds re maining in the battle to give the Panthers a 75-74 victory over the Berkeley Springs High Indians on the Berkeley Springs hard- woods. The vietory goal was just one of 11 which Carr connected for during the hetie nip-and-tuck battle which the Indians and Pan ge 7th graders by 42-36 score and me local 8th graders taking a decisive 48-23 verdict from the Capon Bridge 8th graders. The victory for the seventh graders was their third as against two defeats, while for the local 8th graders it was their fifth win in six games. In the battle between the two 7th grade teams Sammy Byrer led the little Panthers to victory vval~er with 2. with a 15-point splurge, his point total being-spread over every In me second game of the night quarter. The little Panthers also ,eou s ~ltgo ameated A. T. & T. got fine performance from Greg ~1-33 with Washington leading Hess, and M. Williams, both of um scoring for tne Citgo team who accounted for 10 points each. w~tn 17 points. Manoney had 16, Charles Town trailed at the rlunter 12, i~lyers 11, Mills 1O, ,end of the first period by an ll- ~vl~ller 9 and Branson 6. For A.T. 10 score, but they came on strong & T. it was troy and Henry who in the second period with seven each had scored 8 points, Lan- points, while holding Capon nam 5, Thomas and Stone0raker 4 Bridge to two, to move out in each and Puff and Linton 2 each. front by a 17-13 score at the half In the windup game of the way mark. The two teams butt- night, Harpers Ferry defeated led each other on even terms in ~ome Alter 67-45 with Bob the third period, each scoring 14 ttrown leading the way for the points, and then in the home- victors wire z~- points. Alger had stretch Charles Town hit for 11 133 Jones 12, Wallls II, J~tcZson 7 thers waged from the start to the finish in the first meeting of the two schools this season. The victory was Charles Town's 10th in 11 outings, and the loss was the fourth for Berkeley Spr- ings as against seven victories. The battle developed into a real offensive donnybrook as Carr and Jones carried the scoring load for Charles Town and matched their offensive punch against that of the Indians' high-scoring Gary Dodson and Chris Johnson. And while Cart wound up the game's top scorer with 29 points, Dodson was close behind for the Indians with 26 points. Chris Johnson's 25 points helped him to carry the scoring load for Berkeley Springs while Ernie Jones and Ron Puller gave Carr a big helping hand by scoring 19 and 13 points respect- ively. Although it was a field goal which decided the battle in favor of Charles Town in the final morn ents of play, it was actually at the foul line where the Panthers won the ball game. Berkeley Spr- ings was tops in field goals with 30 as against 28 for Charles Town, the Panthers had the range better from the foul line as they hit on 19 of 38 free throws, while Berkeley Springs made only 14 of 27. The Indians were hit with 22 personal fouls and lost the ser- vices of Dodson, Dennis Robert- son and Rick McLaughlin, while Charles Town had 19 fouls called against them and lost the services of Skip Whitmore, who replaced the injured Earle Johnson in the Panther line-up. Dodson led the Indians to a 16-9 first period lead with three fielders, but Charles Town closed points and Capon Bridge six. Rob this gap in the second period on and l~uersole 2. Frank ~lmons inson was the big gun for Capon the shooting of Ernie Jones, who on driving distances of those att I Rabbit, Quail and Hare . Nov- was the top scorer for Home AI- Bridge with 18 points, hit for four field goals and a foul ending, l ember 11, 1966. ter with 19 points, while Oliver In the second game of the shot. In recommending opening dates Deer - November 21~ 1966. WeBer had 9, Steve Weller 8, Ken night the Charles Town 8th grade Four fielders and two free for the various hunting seasons, I . Mills 5 and Scott Johnson 4. rs breezed to a victory as they throws by Chris Johnson enabled the Game and Fish Division ha lh^F^tk. (Iggek.. moved out quickly to a 10-2 lead, Berkeley Springs to take a 52-48 two objectives in mind: [~OI~IH3 ,,~lM~l~l and except on the second quarter lead at the end of three periods. 1. To harvest the various spee- ,~ , R , ,,. ~ when Capon Bridge matched Then in the final period it was ies when the anunal or bircL is ~0||$ ~e~0r~ ~e~ them for point, they experienced almost strickly a battle of scoring the most desirable to the hunter no trouble. The little Panthers between Dodson and Johnson of Many West Virginia hunters and when the maxxmum popmat- i., hsoM,.,.,~/,, ..... held a 20-12 lead at halftime and the Indians and Jones and Carr find it necessary each year to ion is available. III I&Uld~pill IJgtB~Ul~ a .36-_17 lead at the end of the ] of the Panthers, and Carr had the third quarter fin . .-. ....... [ " al say in the battle. This apply for their vacations immed- 2. To provide the hunter with Dorothy Slusher, better known _ larry. ~arry...lea me. ~nameslmarked the second consecutive to her many, many friends as . . g e r has come through TOwn a~tacz wltn rt points, wnim am that Car "'Dot," has added another honq~ , T]~@ Charles Town Junior High Jeff Roth had nine points all~l lwith the winning goal to the list of many previo "" scored a " of vie duckpin bowling ltmrets by toraes ove, x Capon Btidge High" 'Whitacre, Hause, Swisher, each . In.tthe ,pre! m ry t me the S~~ K. Reid six points. ..... ~,-"~ =- ~ " ~ hug a new set record of 411 while Monday night on their home floor had six points to lead the Capon ~naries Town Jayvees got me lately after January i. In order maximum amount of recreation to accommodate hunters in this wrote adequately harvesting the category the Department of Nat- crop and eltnout jeopard~ang me ural Resources atonal or bed popmauons. opening dates seasons With~these thoughts in ~mind during its January commission the Game and Fish Division pro- meeting, poses the following tentative open These tentative opening dates mg dates of the lt 66 hunting sea- cannot be established, according son. to state law, until sectional meet Mourning Dove - September 5, ings'are held in at least six.cities 1966. over the state. Squirrels, Grouse, Turkeys, During February, the Game Woo4cock arid Raccoon. October and Fish Division will hold ele- 15, 1966. yen such meetings to cut down Bear- October 31, 1966. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE tHURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 B--2 FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson PMlant - Callartitl,bd25-7pha6t 12;C89h 515es Town m 1 109 WEST JOH ST. TELEPHONE 267-6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner bowling with the Shady Rest with the Charles Town 7th grad- Bridge scoring, night off on a successful note for the Charles Town fans when they team, test half cRampions in the ers winning over the Capon Brid- GOODE BROTHERS WIN scored a 5348 victory over the OVER POLLY'S CAB 2-1; little Indians. Jimmy Hammond GAIN TIE FOR LOOP LEAD led the Charles Town attack with The Goode Brothers Buick and 15 points, while Skip Lorenz had Pontiac ladies bowling team of 12 and Skip Whitmore 13. ~,~rmn t'ztge One) Charles Town scored a 2-1 vic- Charles Wfllard led the Berk- tory over Polly's Cab Friday eley Springs attackwith 15 Barker is expected to challenge Joe Pepitone at the first night in action in the Evening points. uase slo tins prmg. In evenb---Land it appears very Star Ladies' Bowling League on unni ely to us)-- na lVllckey Mantle w ll be moved r.o first Health Center Lanes. And the --- - - base, JSuddy will be moved to the outfield and play at times victory gave the Goode Brothers a~ ~ne no~ center where rte turned in some line work la~ team a tie for first place honors with the Virginia Gentleman year., team. The tie wil! be rolled off ......... Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. CO :M ENCING March 26 and for 13 Saturdays, West The Charles Town girls rolled Virginia's Sam Snead will give half-hour golf lessons on games of 528, 521 and 522 for a Charles Town Photo Nt -TV. Watch for the stauon number coming up soon., consistent 1571. Biddy Smoot ........ bowled a 129 high game and 348 A nd Gift Shoppe set to lead the Goode Brothers to AMERICAN LEAGUE baseball teams will play fewer the victory. Virginia Dorsey had, PHONE 725-5315 night games in 1966 and will experiment with a variety of a 124 high game and a 333 set CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. mM-af m-aoon and twilight games, the official 1966 schedule score, while Tootle Prain had a reveals. As usual, the season will begin with the P sidential 118 game and a 314 set. - ...... _ : Opener in Washington, with the Cleveland Indians opposing , Gil Hedges Senators on April 11. The other eight teams 0 ; swing into action on April 12.. ith SPORTSMEN and landowners will have an opportunity to express opinions of the fishing and hunting regulations in West Virginia at a public meeting scheduled for Martins- burg's Court House on Thursday, February 10. This is one of a series of meetings scheduled by the State Department of Natural Resources throng_h out the state. CARL HARTMAN Shepherd College Rams will be facing a stiff test on Tuesday, Februray 8 when the nationally ranked Mt. St. Mary s powerhouse from Emmitsburg, Md. [ comes to town. That game should show Eastern Panhandle fans just what the Rams are really made of and we tip our hat to them for that excellent performance they uncorked against the Salem Tigers last Saturday night.. * " ........ ' in' " Feeds SANDY KOUFAX has been named Sport magaz e s Man of the Year" for 1965. The Los Angeles Dodgers pitching wlum ym star, who* captt red the same award in 1963 is the first win- for your pod ner to gain that distinction for a second time. Not one of cow, other baseball's pitching immortals---not Cy Young, Christy Math-mlm,h, i ewson, Walter Johnson, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Dizzy am outsmart! Dean, Lefty Grove, Bob Feller---even in his best year, had qmditr and as good a year as Sandy Koufax in 1965.. the sarr WILLIAM L. MITCHELL of HiIIcrest Heights, Md., a PGA e~dent produt~ion o professional with some 23 years experience in club manage-meat, eggs ment, has succeeded Joe Ragan as golf pro at Carpers Valley are many Fee~ to choose from.for feedlng Golf Club near Winchester where golfers from Sleepy your. poultry, cows, steeff or pi~ : each one es..~c!allj fern}u- Hollow Golf and Country Club will play a home-and-home at~ to at yo~ p~-a~ n~. ~ou ~m .uy ~ea ~o.~ w~ta match this seasqn.. . " confidence, and you'll be pleased with the money-making re- fiults they give. Call us--~gD BOSE FEEDS should i~ on S-N-O-W, FLAKES: .... Paul (Bear) Bryant has nine for- yottrnextfeedorderl mer football pupils coaching throughout the country. Bobby tBD " Dodd has six, the last Jim Carlen at West Virginia. Red Auerbach rates Bill Russell the finest basketball player of t A F?M all time. (If 'Cookie Blackford was alive today, he would challenge that. His choice would be Jerry West, without a doubt.) ..... W.e,IJ~I.I.U HIGHLEY RODERICK cracks: "Money isn't everything. In most cases, it isn't even enough !" .. And Now--back to Imvel .... PHONE 725-2002 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. [] I % eHERE'S HOW THIS WARRANTY COVERAOE ~ : PROTECTS YOU: ~~t]On W~t'ento for g ye,re or BO.O00 miles at ~~~lchevor cornea first, e- -gainer d~e~ m mat~'i~lnmworkni~b t~ tp and w replace or repair a Chrysler Motore Corporation authorized dea or'o place of b~P heSS gasohan and Perkine diesel eng nes (i.e., block, headk and internal parts), tn~ke manifold, water pump, flywheel, flywheel houelng, clutch housing torque converter tranlnde' aion (i.e., calm and Internal porto, excluding mtmt;al clulC, h)~ tTonafor case and ell tnlernal porte" drive ohafts, center bl~r~ m~e" universal |otntL driving ames and differentiate" arm drive wheel bearings of Its new Dodge trucks, provided t~ owner has (1) the engine oll changed and univerlml jolntl (except lmaled-type) lubricated and the oil-bath.type rJu'b~ rotor air filter cleaned every 3 months or 4000 miles (ovid. 2 months or 2000 miles on odels 400 through 1000) whichaVm comes first, (2) the engine oil filter replaced an'd dry-tYP# carburetor air filter cleaned every second oil change, end dr/" type carburetor oir filter element replaced every 24 000 mil~ (3) the crenkcalm ventilation system cleennd end lmrvicod evglf 4000 miles, and (4) the transmission transfer case and dr vl~ axle lubricants changed every 32,~)'milea (every 20 000 mll~ on models 400 through 1000~. The foregoing acre, ices must be ~ormed r~re often when reaSOnably required duo to ~e~fl dust or regular "stop and go" operation. Every 6 montl~ owner muet furntah to auch a dealer evidence of perform~m.~... of the required lmrvlce and requoot the dealer to certify 0) receipt of ~Jch evidence and (2) the truck'o then current lleli~ Compare horsepower, compare engineering, compare performance records, compare price, compare trade-in allowances and compare. warranty.* If you do, you'll buy a Dodge truck. We'll bet on it. - DO DGE |UIL DS 1.0 UGI the Dodge Boys make it easy to buy them 1 I I ]