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'0 [ 'I NI='WS [ IPage Jackson No Match i Jaguars Win Three 2__BSPIRIT or JEF SOs D , NUARY .... -- 4 6-7" I For Tall Washington I To Take Lead in -----7 -- . , . For Quick Results Use Our ClasslfledFr" Page One ,.om F,,o One "v irginia Expels Three Football players. , . r, .... n ___ sn hi-.- n_...I.,__ t .... ...... l ,, ,,,.; I .agers, Lose OO-qO Imatr Duwtmg LUUp nirif. Advnratp fla cifipdc $8{ ~ Ii~| ~,wm s m El~WVlnP~ uw ip v lbm~s nsv~ BILL FUCHS, WASHINGTON STAR SPORTS writer I $ ;lll / ..... I ]lad the following to say about Jerry West, following the ] ]. A lanky SpmgarnHAgh qmn~e.~| TEAM STANDING . , ~, . . - ~ zeaLuring ~nree smr~ers in T, ne ~'O , Mountaineer s ,7- 67 wm over G. W. last Monday mffht: [ Petersburg High will be hos~, for lected on .the All-Tourney team. A/cl~s ,proved too t~lt and talented [TEAM W L e~ i 1 "With his cat-like mov'es, his 30 points and his great all- I the Section 7-AA high school has- fourth trophy will. be presented to.I for Page Jaclcson Friday night in I~g,~u'~s ,~ ~ "~ . , ketball tourney to oe staged Fri- me ~est cneermaoer group, handing the Spart~ns a 68-48 lac-I.~'"'~.~ ~ ~."~' ..... around talent exposed to full view, West alone was wroth ...... ~l~ ~ h" V*'['--" nLeoparas 4 lr m i the p ]ce of adrmssmn. Basketba!l)s West,:s hfe. It ha.'l [cording to tournament director Roby and "Pete" Elliott of Cumber ] Forced to shoot from out-]TIgers 1 5 .167 JJ "ll l i[ been since he was 5.years old and began u~rowmg a t)ai [Thomas Sites, Petersburg princi- land, Md. [side against :the skyscraping Dis-] The Jaguars moved in,to the ll . li . l ll mound, - w th" his older brother David.. in their backyardI pal. . Last year ..... ~Iavtinsburg won the/trict crew the Spartans fell be-[leadin min' hthe Blairr ll Bowlingin r insLeagUeur .............. Jl[ ~[i_l~"~ I~ ~ J Jl II ~Li~ l l= I~ ., (~,,,:., .... t. ~T ~ ~-,,;~ ; killer1 in action I Drawings for the tourney were 6-A sectmnal at Petersburg by de|hind by a 21-7 m the first permd| ate es o ed Ma t b g a~ ~,a~.. 'J',"'L"' '"-.,''~" , ~",, ..... .~"'"-' . . "~ "" _ .. Imade Sunday at Romney with: tenting Keyser, 60-55. Also par-/and never caught up. [January 23, by scoring three vic- rea anoLner Dio nez tmee mste s ana ms , in o ' ; " ", " "" ]Ke~ser to meet Charles Town Fri- tic|paging were Charles Town,[ Oliver Johnson led the visitors ]tortes over the Tigers while the A m I~ II~llll~L~ L~ .mnm parents are among those who feel Jerry will make it big [day at 7:30 p. m. in one of the Petersburg. Franklin and:l~mney.]with 20 while Charles Branson |PanVhers were annexing only two In I 1 I nllllll ll annm uunu ; ..... ~,,,~.~,,~L~lt ,,r h .... ,~ I'm ~r,w~A ~nm~rh " ,~r~ W~tI semi-finals while retersburg op- wiVh the cnange in Che ciassifica-lwas high for Page Jackson wi~h nvivtories in chree games over ,the ~ I b bIM Ili % IInli 14Ulll z~z ~ ~,~l-~,,,-. :,_,,"v"-.--~-~.,,v.: ..... .~;*' _o'~_~.~_w"_'~t' [Ipeses Romney at 9 o'clock. The ~ions, this season the Panthers will|15. |Leopards. .lllll 1 lllll.I .IILllllllllll~ a o zoo o v2 men,isu pouno 3umoz w1LI1 cu - . - " - ' , , ". " - " title game and consolation finals participate in the Seotion 14-A Page Jackson's jayvees captured] "fine ,Jaguars came up with UnlL LIIUU unnullUI] / "That's wh t I want to do." . . ]will be staged Saturday. event while Martinsburg is in the[~he preliminary, 32-24 as Danlgames of 520, 495, and 456 for a .................. ....... [ Trophies will be given to the 3-AAA along with Fairmont, Mor [Jackson tossed in 15 points. [1471 total as against the 480, 438, A~, ~ a~www,x~, ~w ~,~a~,u ,vnww T ~.~I~ b-se- nchampion and second-place quint gantown and ~airmon.t East. |S-in~,arn FG F Pts [and 450 scores and 1366 tfftal for I _ , . , 1-, ., i. ~. .~ , . . ~- la]ong wl:~zz bzze Cu.~u~a~lon vz,,;~vz, vv~,zuc.~ l , ~., , - /w..._ 5 1 3 11 I ~ , ~" bali neaos last emoay mgn~, ~nere was qul~e a lO~ oi o]s- IMedals will be awarded to t'he thins and Moorefield will compete/Eus.~n, :i ............ ^ .'^ . I Hopkins rolled high set score .~ A ~ ~ d" cuss|on about the 1959 team here and an inkling was given [winning quint and to players se- wit'h Franklin in .their tourney. |~razmr, z : ........... z ~-u ~ |in this match and also ,for the ev- ~ ~" ~ ~ |-. . . . ~ ~armng z ........ z J-z '~ enin r ~" " , tfl 1 of bl .... g as he chalked uo scores of that the Legmn m ght have a starting ou ed g [ ]Wesley. f ............ 1 0-1 2[116 105 120 f-r- 4, I I lUJ ~ ......... Jones had high single game of [:Bob Hall m left, Chalky Hopkins m center, and W mpy 0 Johnson c 9 2-320 ow. I Ferrv Tmers Roll To Most Decmve I o,,oo.: ........... .3 o_1 q ,o =o, .oo F _ . _ ~. [ J ~ _ [Hor~on, g ........... ~ ~-~ ~ |Woodward of ~he Leopards for ~ ~" ~ ~" " - RS ~.~a~on, g ............ u z-z ': high single game .for the night. ~ " PLAYING FOR THE HARDY COUNTY ALL STA ' I Wm In Rt ahnn Kt Inp flf Marhnthnnrn / ayo, g ............. 4 1-2 9 [ The results" ----'gt , 11 IUl liD 1~SMIIIIIi~l vv vn m iSl, lmilill~li 0 2 uint last eek, big George Hott looped in 14 field goals ] 25 Iv Johnson g ... 1O- l-. " ...... AN[$A qP l|[ ~ , rush Total 480 438 450 1368 ~x, ~L ~,~L~ ~~T~ ~G~'V~U~ [~d h/~ ~ n Metho- IFerry when they completely c [Twyman f .......... 1 0-'1 21Johnson'c ....... i:: 0o-'101 .Lllllnr" l~llnl.'~t ~.~,~,~ v r ,Jt~ ~uu,J~,~-,~,.~,~-~.t::- ~,- ,~_.. led the winless St. Joseph's Cath-INapper .......... 2 0-1 4|Chas Branson g ... 5 5-9 15/Jaguars 1 3 Total lu lFllllm,=llIFllV OlSt, too De sure) senos us this little ~c~uz wzz~=~ H~q~- nolic Hi h ca-ere of Martlnsburg" ' ........... 0 *S~ms" ""''~ 0 0 0 0 * -- " '" i / g g [Trail, f ............. 0 0-0 [ ' , g .............. - |Jones, J. 124 100 81 305 pened in the c ty of Charleston, West Va., recenuy: [by a 60-23 score. And in a prelim[writ, f .............. 0 0-0 0|Clar. Branson, g .... 2 0-3 4|Myers 116 99 85 300 man walked into a bank and asked to purchase a U. S. [inary game. the Harpers FerrY lGaniford f .......... 0 O-O 0/winis, g ............ 1 2-4 4/Cave 84 93 78 255 ~n n .......... ~-,,. .anne(" , ,, 9 lerk " I [grade school cagers scoreo a 40- Johnson'f . 0 0-1 01 -------------[Bussard 80 98 92 270 [~ Sa ings B ond. What denommatmn, asked the c . i tl .......... rLU --IWU AKbAI /Ant . ............ o .......... O, ......... .. . . __^. " Th own lvle-~nOdlSE, Llle man salo T] ..... I , " . [team.. ..... [Auvi], g ............ 1 0-1 2| x-Awarded field goal on tap-In] Totals 520 495 456 1471 ~U ~en[s == ~].~ : | [~,laymg oe~ore a nome aumence D An elo 0 0 0 0 ' . . . ' g , g .......... - by Springarn at-Page Jackson bas -- --a / / CL..L..J && ]tournament staged in Charles]for the first time m hue games,[Stotler, g ............ 6 0-0 12/ket tPamthers , 2 3 Total r~I-II~WW, I~ ~'IT,,,. OlV RIG BAR(AI'l~ 2~H@'HH~IU ~1 I Town I~ne r~a~pers r'erry cagers reauy I Stariiper g 0 1-1 1/,., . ....... o1 ............ ~,'~ ................. vw.v ,------ .... " ......... ~plngaxn ~l ~u ~o--oo ~onrer vo lu, ~ zsv Iff BerkeleySpringswlllbeatShep[turnedlnagreatsho~v.ofoffenslve[upright, g .......... 0 2-2 2[Fa-e ]aek~n ~ 1~ t--4gl=^oo on ,.o * g playing in'Romnev meeting the ] an early commanding lead and giv [ ot, t,g 0 0-0 0] Offimals:SpicklerandButts. :ls_nyder .SS .9495 2!4 ~T~r'~g~lh'~ .--~l D'l~rID DADg'~AT'~J,~ ~V~]~ From Fa e One herdstown" Hedgesville will be power zor the crowcL q~uiming up Pleasants, g ........ 6 1-1 13 "~ ", ...................... NTOW is the TIME TO GET SOME 1 re carded w~t---~Vhree of them ' Romne~y Deaf Sch'ool" Shepherd 'ing every man on the Ferry squad n ............. /~_ l ~ .t donnson ,LU~, IU~J~ lot ~U~ ,l~l~lUl'l~Ol ailU J[~,~OJ~ JL,~X~kl~b~X~klllkJ ~neSjafferson County'. College will travel to Southeastern Ian Opl~rtun~ty .to.get.into the ball [ Totals .......... 184-10 40/w L D Psnaman i1 Turner 81 95 76 252 Offered in Our Store. * ....... w~.~, wm h~ nicking I Colleue in Washinzton D C for I game. ~, ~o:~i oz iz ptayers scorea I~t w,~.h,= ~'~ ~ pie /W* ~ nh ~g~IIn~;ll n Total 459 512 471 1442 ...~,~ h s`t to~Mus se` m an.High and the aret urnengagemen-tand`/ llegany ic hethTig sn ndt e -o 0%%1 .... i eopards , 2 3 Tom, ALL CASH SALES -- NO RET Tigers will be going after their]will be trying to gain revenge over i b~ I Kerns f ...........2 0 1 4/ r x~un r~x, IMilton 79 95 84 258 ', second victory of the season over,theMartinsburgHighBulldogs~or[ oys_ . . lane .............. 9 4-6 221Leps ...............0 ~)-O 0J endleberry 78 91 86 255 ., ~- " ' f a the suiffered in Cumber Coach Gainer's Tigers roared n, e .............. - ' ' " 28 the Musselman boys, hawng de-] ]a de e t y , " . ]Brant g 2 2-4 6] .I g~res 85 98 102 5 :[eated .them in :the consolat!on !and. early in .the season at the lin~lowat20-i51~?e~2gtoh~sf~rnSt ~err Williams g"~":'':" 0 0-0 0 Totals .......... 2!7-14 49 jones, R 90 85 83 258 t=. --, , Aee, L game of the Christmas nozioay,nanosoz Mar~msourg. [ foul shots in nine tries withI~oak[ ......... [MOOSE FG F Pt~.t~oodward 78 73 124 275. H ~'q~ ||WP I ^ ~.' ,. --. i m^+~o ~ ~ 11 32lwiltshire 2 1 3 5~Robertson 100 121 103 324 aII , L J ~ W t . / scoring v of ~he zo points. Tnen in / .................... " i _ ' .......... " -- ..... 49 ......... |the second period the Tigers~ roll- [ Varsity Game |~ore_. .............3 1-2 7 Total 432490 499 lez_~ hUI 'rl ) Plr T C Jlf}| ed xn another 15 P0mt.s ~ St Joseph s FG F Pts """ ........ " hw~din~g St'12l%ato,* " ' ~ec~ndthUS[Brant' fMcNamee ...... f ' ...... 21 0-33"6 7[~MaYeTy ".'.'.'.'.'.'.':'.'.".'.'.2 Hines 330 0 ~'~41 "~W"r~ker6 ~icewarner ............. . 460 rn~ nt , ,ur n [ began pouring substitutes into the]Ark|neon 'f ........ 2 2-12 5[ Walker ..... : ..... "'" ~ 0"0 2 Pro ps ......... 0 0-0 0 PHONE 367 CHARLES TOW , a =,-~= ~ ~mw~ /ball game and beiore it was alliRiker c ........... 2 2 5 61 ............. " i: ............. " nnmnmLN UUUll/ ]over he had used 14 men in the|Bi ............. ^ - .]orimth . ........... 0 0-o o ...... n m I -. _~ ......... ..~.__ hUlVV / ................~ _, ,,._ ,..~.eral/ vens, c ........... u 1-~ l/Lancas~er . . ~ v-z ~ x,,~,~ ........... ,~ - m m~ Is Blessed With substitutin ~hich Coac~ Gainer].." Domencm, g ...... 0 1-1 1]Melvin ....... ....... i 0-0 2 ii i i i i i i i z ~~ Natural Resources / g ' , . -~age, g .............o 1-~ 1 Ran~tlli 0 0-0 0 I1 n I I I 1 I 1 1 u d~d, the Tigers conhnued to m-I~p,,r .... n n n 0| ............. ' in h ...... ~" ........... "~ ~lllHl~.~/~.~=~-~.~,/, tho~r ll3e_~:in~sC~r~;~re IJ. Domencio, g ...... 0 0-0 0/ Totals . .......... 16 5-1"5 37 llll~%~~L~ ~o final, per|d:[ Totals ~]TOWN&COUNTRYFG F PTS.: l~l ~~*~-~'~ L.~,..~ / Hoak led the Tigers ~o thmr I.. "~ .......... "'~ ~ "s ]Whittington ........ 4 0-3 8 ~ m n t ~arpers retry r~ r r~ ~m~-~ ~|l~kl ] ~.---'~'~ |third victory of the season with "|Fries ........ : ...... 0 0-0 0 ~ ~ i l ~~![~lN~i~ ~ -.~ ~ ]15.points, while Manuel had nine. [ Hoak, f ...... ....... 5 5-9 15|Painter, ............. 2 0-0 4 ] ~ ~1 II I ~$,~i~~~-~'~_~-~1.~~ " ~[~ [Brant was high man for St, Jos-IIden, f ............ 2 0-1 4/Simons .............5 0.3 10 ' ~ m ~-~: ~~[~--~":~'~.~ - / eph's with seven points. ~Hetzel, 'f ............ O 1-6 li .... 1~--~-7~ ~'~ ~-----~T~~--:-~~"~e~ / In ~he preliminary game the [ Withers, f ........... 0 0-0 0 ,,J,~l ~ ]~----~~-~ L---.-'---~ - ] little Tigers gave the home crowd I a,idsor/,'f , ~,..,... 0 1-2 1 , , .... bh first real opportunity 'to cheer Jaznison; :f ~ " 2 2-2 6 s , . ...... ,otoT~ 'i,~:n,~4 'q~nd aC h;lh ~nt lOW mourlta~% 1 ~Seriod lead and strayed in front all i Mahoney, c ... ,': ::. 2 2-2 6 WIK /IlIUlIUUJL - --- t- --Lt ofw -; wo/ way the second period the anuel, g .......... 33-69 ---- --- ---- Lincom L~umW m sou nernm g ] little Tigers~ held t~he St. Joe boys [ Bil!er, g .......... ,. 0 2-3 2 h ~ t I u ~= t" oun, to eO om erFo un. y. it ab d= Y Ito.singl n .w ilerolli g l W b g .......... 3 7 ArrLIAMt, ' " " tim the ~a vnemse~ves, u mr, g .......... - blessed wzfl~ natural resources---coal, off, gas,. b?.r--~.. 1 In the second hal,f Coach Gain] Wilt, g ............. 2 0-1 4 production of which are its leading commercial act|wries. ] er cleared the ,b.ene.h of Ell his re- t E. Webb, g .......... 1 1-2 3 ~~Tl~, LII O1~ " .... i serves, using a ol:al oI z men in ________ .,-i -- Agriculturally, tobacco rinsing ~s an nnportant meme tern. |the game wi,t~h eight of them fig-[ Totals . 21 18-40 60 " raham uring in ~he scoring Charlie Pleas Score b'"y pe~;gi;" Ran es Lincoln Cotmty, which derives ItS name from Ab 1 ants was ,the big gun for the little]~[ - -, " . .^ 1~23 g ' n " " t ~ the ' . ' ~t. Josepn s a u o--- . Lincoln, was formed In 1867. Hamlm, county sea, |tigers wi,t~. 13.pot_his ~hile Char/Haxners Ferr 20 35 48--60 ~IPIO'I~IP~I~IPII_ I . . .~ . .... .-_ ,__, _:~_, x, c,..s r~r,,,.l~ I lie Sttier nacl 17-. l:$1il Allen CllCl al I ~- Y ~*~m.~.~,~,..V.,~ nol~e town o! ~ iar~ot~ your ~ p~tu% ~ x.~.#a ~.,~m~ toil faster tl~ ~d Local most all uf ~he scoring ,for St. Joe/ Officials: Elby and Hartle. (Chuck) man y - Washers, Etc. industries include: Dee-Mure Brassier Co., Hamlin; IAm~ln Clay Products Co., West Hamlin; Clay Press Dummy Co., Branchland; Saunders Press Clay Dummy Co., Midkiff. Jimmy French, rolled poin,ts to lead ,the Hedgesville High cagers ,to a upset 57-49 viotory over Shepherdstown High School's Cardinals on .the Martinsburg Junior High gy~nnasium Friday night. The win was the third con secutive .for the Hedgesville boys who have been looking better with each game. Displaying ,a well-balanced of- fensive a~ttack along with some fine defensive play, the Hedges- v.ille Eagles stayed abreast of the favorite Cardinals by playing them o a 14-14 draw in the first In Lincoln County and throughout West Virginia, the U. S. Brewers Foundation works constantly to mute the sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly condi- tions. Blieving that strict law enforcement serve~ the best interest~ of the people, the Foundation stre~me$ ~loae eo-eperation with the Armed Fore~, law enf~ merit and governing officials in il~ eontlnulng %mif- . a~alation" program. GASRANGE Just Loaded with Fine Features! 'N FORGET BURN- Lq. TOp burner thormo- stst ~ontrole cooking tompereture sutometl- cally. Just sct end for- g~-- no burning, no sorcking, no ~couring. $1ZZL[ 'M SIMMER BURNERS. Faster then eny ever mede -- greater cpscd snd economy with lowest turn-down I~ssible. TEL-U-SET CONTROL gENTER. Automstic / clock with timer, t~in Vi$iguid# cooking chmfls, |pplience outlet Ind full width fluort|- Carat light. MODEL CAKV.3883 From $' ment Small *Down Pay EASY TERMS 114 N. CHARLES STREET PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "COMPLETE ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE" in 19 period and then went ou in front in the second 'period. And it was ,fortunate for Hedgesville they did manage to build up a 33-19 lead in ~he second period because Shep herdstown came roaring back late in ~he game and rallied ~,o within six points before faltering and los ing. ,Hedgesville had a wide edge in field goal shooting TO build up a commanding 33-19 halftime lead. Coach Oharlie Spencer's club can ned 21 of 52 ~ttempts (40 per cent) as seven pl.ayers shared In the scoring. Gary Johnson, usually the team's high scorer, switched to a play-maker role while taking only 11 shots but still wound up lu double ,figures wi.th 11. Coach Bill Osbourn's club on 'baskets ,by Kldwiler and Deft, i jum,ped off to a 6-2 lead, but French got a ho~ hand, hit on three consecutive sho~s as the Eagles battled back to lock .t, he contest at 14-ull as ,the first period ended. The Eagles fdtirid agap in Shep herdstown's zone, broke Fred Wise loose for ~wo strai~h.t layu~s and vaulted ahead 19-14. A long set by Johnson, ~wo free throws by Frenc'h and cl~ai~i~y tosses by Kent Hollis and Kenny Albright, extend ed the lead to 24-14 b~fore Bob Due|rig's long set counted for the Oards when Fre:nCh was guilty of "goal-tending". Two more baskets by Johnson, plus a free throw and French's long jumper, ~added the margin to 31-16 before the Cards could score again on Derr's foul shot, Two fielders by French and a layup by .Cecil Miller kept Hed- gesvtlle s~fely in front by ll-to-17 point margin in ~he third ,period. Both teams lost regulars in the final stanza, Af~brigi~t fouling out with 5:20 left and Derr leaving on five personals w~'Vh 1:05 to play as Hedgesville retained a 14-poin, t 53-39 edge as Bibby Miller fired in a pair of goals and Wise, Holis and French hit 'from the field. With Derr ,and Kidwiler start- ing ~o hit, each sinking three goals and twi~-pointers being conCribu- ted by Kenny Waldeck and Bill Hockensmith, ~he Cards sliced the margin down to 55-49 before French closed out the scoring wi,t~h a one-bander Jus~ before the final buzzer sounded. Drive C~[tEFuLLY, The O~ ~,~ ,,,, ~ ~o~ ~w~ SEE US BEFORE YOU BUT, MAGAHA'S' APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II Ill If yo.r homo burned down SECOND-.-Put Valuable and Precious Papers in A Safe Deposit Box at the Peoples Bank. THIRD---Open a Business-Like ing AJccount at the 'Bank. Check- Peoples tonight, cowld you fiord to rebuiM? Many families find out When i's too late that their |nsur- ance doesn't covcx today's cost of retmilding aad ~- furnishing. Bring your fire insurance up to date.., in li~ with your present property valu~ Call m for an imuran~ checkup. utto, d Ftrg " FOURTH---Open A Christmas Savings II I 'Club at the Peoples Bank. FIFTH---See The Peoples Bank About ALL of Your Banking Needs. tl IIm YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT II ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ illililill i ...... II ! Phone 10 Member F. D. I. C. and Federal Reserve system ~b... Charles Towm ; - )i , '