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14 ) SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1978 playing itcool comes WITH A PASSBOOK BEHIND HOU... You can take it easy, when you've got a nest egg in one of our many savings accounts! In an emergency, your money is there, when you need it... otherwise, it's safely tucked away eaming the highest rates allowed by lawi Start playing it cool.., start saving now. Call us. ,nd INVESTMENT COUGAR VARSITY From Page 13 paced in the scoring by Flowers and Noll with 12 apiece. Friday night, the Cougars of Coach Tim Brinldey outplayed, out-manned and out-classed the Rebels of South Hagerstown High, for a decisive 61-41 vic. tory. The Cougar defense was so patent in the first half it held the Rebels to just 14 points, with Jefferson showing a big 32-14 lead at halftime. JOE'S00,.. Fresh from the waters of the Chesopeake Bay SEASONS SPECIAL Oysters R in Season WE HAVE 114 EM: FRIED--STEWED and ON THE HALF SHELL Also , CLAMS on the Half S hill" b CRABCAKES IMPERIAL CRAB :CRAB SALAD BROILED BONELESS SHAD ' BROILED SHAD ROE vith Bocon FRIED SHRIMP i STEAM SHRIMP STUFFED SHRIMP SHRIMP SALAD WHOLE ROCK WHOLE BASS WHOLE BLUEFISH FILLET ROCK, BROILED FILLET FLOUNDER BROILED FILLET BLUEFISH FILLET RED SNAPPER HADDOCK 9NORDFISH Broiled Whole LOBSTER BROILED LO BSTER TA ILS FROG LEGS ITALIAN SPAGHETTI ITAUAN ANTIPASTO JOE'S OCEAN COVE 3 miles out Rt. 522South Orders Pocked To Go ' PHONE 662.9636 CLOSED ALL DAY MONOAYS I The Rebels did stage a strong rally in the third period to cut the Jefferson lead to 12, but then the Cougars put a damper on the rally and coasted to the victory. Neither team had a very good shooting average in the first quarter, with Jefferson hitting only on six of 16 shots from the floor in the first half and South High, 3 of 8. Bat in the second period, Jefferson's Mike Gibson and Vie Carr hit at a 61-5 percent for the Cougars. Overall in the game, the Rebels hit for only 35.3 percent of their shots from the floor while Jefferson's shooting of 50.9 percent was the big dif- ference in the ball game. Gibson led the scoring for Jefferson with 16 points, while Grantham, who normally does not shoot much, had 14; Roman 11 and Carr 10. Henry led the scoring for South Hagerstown with just 8 paints. In the preliminary game, the Cougar Jayvees opened the night's action with a 60-48 win over the little Rebels, with Greg h'3owers hitting for 23 points to lead the little Cougars ethe win. David Noll had 10. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring , L-CPL. Randolph M. Anders, Jr., son of Randolph Anders, Sr., and Dorothy E. Anders, has returned from a tour of duty at Adak, Alaska. He is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Seal of Middleway on a 20-day leave on his way to Camp LeJuene, North Carolina. Rand" is a 1976 graduate of Jeffe son High and joined the Marb ;s in July 1976. After compie', basic training at Paris Island, South Carolina, he was stati, ned at Camp Pendleten, Cahfornia, prior to his tour of duty in Adak. The newly formed 4-H Club met on Tuesday, January 24, at the home of the leader, Mrs. Debbie Lockwood. There were eight members present. This meeting was to organize the club. Mr. Jim Staley was present and gave a slide presentation" Enrollment cards were filled out. For recreation they had games and songs. It was decided to have the third Thursday of each month for the regular meeting night at 7:30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on February 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Debbie Lockwood. The assistant leader for the club is Peggy Grantham. Refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Any boy or girl nine years old or up are invited to join the 4-H Club. The Club will he named at the February meeting. Guests at the home of Mrs. Holmes White for the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White of Martinsburg; Mr. and mrs. Fred Hammond, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and Jan!e, Mr. William Friend, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Miss Judy Frye, Mrs. Susie Ring, Mr. Gary Place, Mrs. Beatrice Reed, Mr. Paul Chambiin, Mr. Kenneth Ring, Mr. and rs. Charles Kearm, Mrs. Jay Kearns, and Mrs. Joe Gruber. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn honored Sally and Criste Dunn with a birthday dinner Sunday. Those helping to celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., and family of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby, St. James Village, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kennan Dunn, Mr. and, Mrs. Grafton Liskey, Mrs. Elsie Maye and granddaughter, Tana ; Mr. .and Mrs. Max Dunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alvarez and son were .unable to attend CELTICS MAINTAIN HOlD ON THIRD PLACE IN MIDGET LEAGUE The Celtics, always one of the top contenders in the Charles Town-Ranson Midget Basketball League, and league champions several times, are right up close to the top of the league standings once again, holding down third place at the pregent with an 11-4 record, just two games back of the league leaders. Members of the squad, along with their cheerleaders are as shown. Front row, seated -- Lucy Kratz, Melissa Baldo and Lisa Bennett. Back row, left to right --Missy Page, Amy Watson, Debbie Fisher, Cheryl Potter and Rene Creager. Players -- First row, left to right -- Jimmy Gibson, Darrell Potter, Frank Magaha, Steve Todd, Brian Dillow, Kevin Weaver, Chris Smith and Chris Ott. Second row, left to right -- Darren Rutherford, ball boy; Robby Ott, John Hayes, Ben Psi!!as and Todd Jenkins. Back row, left to right -- Steve Holmes and Bob Nicewarner, coaches. (Photo by L. E. Dickey) due to their son being ill. A delightful day was spent. The community welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bartuck. The Bartuck's moved into the home of the late Mrs. Julia Barnes. Donnie Crum is a surgical patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gary Grim of Alexan- dria, Va., was a recent guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Poston. Sympathy is extended from the community to the Larry Canby family of Hidden River in the death of his grandmother, Mrs. Grant Canby who passed away on Thursday in the Win- chester hospital. The community extends its sympathy to Mrs. Shirley Winn Barnes and family and Mrs. Carlton Swartz in the sudden death of Shirley Winn Barnes. Shirley Winn passed away on Thursday. Services were held Sunday from the Kogelschatz and Sons Funeral Home. In ferment was in the Masonic Cemetery in Middleway. Mrs. Naomi Barrow returned home on Tuesday after spending this past month with Mr. and Mrs. Murten Bennett in Deland, Fla. While in Deland she visited many points of interest. She visited with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Clark, former residents of Inwood and had the pleasure of seeing Mr. and Mrs. Conard Dick, who were visiting the Clark family. Also visited with Mrs. Augustine Todd of Clearwater. John Hough from Bunker Hill spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Shirley, St., honored their son P.F.C. Charles R. "Rusty" Shirley, with a dinner on Saturday. Rusty will return to Camp LeJeune, N.C., on Sunday after being on a 30-day leave. Those attending were Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee from Charles Town: P.F.C. Mark Hamrick from Paris Island, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, Mr. Bobby Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Jr., Shea and Lisa, Miss Kathy Combs, Tuscawilla Hills, and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Rusty graduated from his basic training and was promoted to P.F.C. on January 4. Those attending the graduation ceremony were his aprents, Mrs. Judy Mills and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden and Kathy Combs. You Can Bet They're Fun Big Exocto Plus The Jackpot The Best Bets inTown Or Out of Town Night Thoroughbred Racing Post Time Weelnights 7:15 Saturday 6:15. DoCk Monday [Ram Cagers Having ITmuble Winning; Lose To Bluefield State The Shepherd College cagers, who were sailing along victory road with a fine 9-I record on January 12, ran into somegf the toughest competition they will face this season in the ten-day period between the 12th and 26th of January, and they dropped three of the four games they played despite the fact three of them were home games. Their latest defeat came Thursday night, January 26, at Bluefield State and it left the Rams with a 10-5 over-all record and a 44 mark in the North Division of the W. Va. In- tercollegiate Conference ...... i Robert "Bob" Starkey, head coach of the Rams, said after the loss to Bluefield State, that it might be that youth and ex- perience of the opposing teams are now catching up with the Rams. Starkey said the Rams were ready to play much earlier than most of the teams they were meeting and as a result, Shepherd jumped out to a 9-1 record. But now many of our opponents are also ready and with their added youth and experience, are catching us, Starkey stated. After the loss to Bluefield, the Rams had a week in which to re- group their forces and be ready to tangle with another strong Conference foe in Morris Harvey which was to have been played Wednesday night in the Shepherd gym. Friday night, the Rams begin a tough four-game trip which opens in Elkins against Davis and Elkins. College on Friday night; then it's over to Buckhannon for a game oil. Saturday night, February 4, against W. Va. Wesleyan College. Than it's back to Shepherdstown for two days of resrt and then down to the Eastern Shore of Maryland for a battle on February 7 with Salisbury State,a team which the Rams defeated rather easily on January 7. After this game, the Rams again take to the read traveling into the Northern Panhandle to take on the West Liberty Hipptoppers in a big Conference battle. The youngest team in the state and Conference, Shepherd as a front-runner for the State Conference title in early season play, rampaging over opponents and leading the WVIAC and gaining national recognition in both offense and victories. But with only one senior on the squad and playing with mostly freshmen and sophomores, Shepherd is now down to about the middle of the WVIAC standings. In their battle with Bluefield, the Rams ran into trouble with the half court trap which the Big Blues used against them. And of course, a better than four- minute scorin B drought by the Rams late in the second half of play, really hurt the Rams' chances for victory. The half-court trap gave the Bluefield boys the ball many times on such turnovers as crucial stakes, which resulted in close lay-up shots for the Big Blues. The Rams had the game tied at 43-43 with only 15 minutes of the action remaining. But Shepherd put the Big BlUes in the bonus shooting at the foul line with 13:30 of the game to play and this proved to be a real boost for the Big Blues. Neither team shot well from the floor. Shepherd was 12 for 36 in the first half and 30 for 70 for the game. Bluefield had just 12 for 34 in the opening half and 25 gor 61 for the whole way. The Rams were led in scoring by Joe Spencer with 14. Larry Cain had 11, and was the only other Shepherd in double figures. Michelle Lee Bush Is Named00 Dean's List Michelie Lee Bush of Charles Town, was among the 263 students at Longwood College, Farmville, Va., who achieved the distinction of earning an academic average of 3.5 'B or better' average out of a possible 4.0 during the first semester of the college year. The college has a total enrollment of 2,200 students. Founded in 1839, Longwood became fully coeducational in June of 1976, offering residence hall accomodations and all at- COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. 1% ON ALL HEATING OIL DELIVERIES IF PAID WITHIN 10 DAYS FROM DATE of DELIVERY MAIN OFFfCE WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAYS FROM 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM For Your Convenience During the Winter Months COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. TELEPHONE: 725-7021 /Sonics Retain Slim In Midget League; Move Up With Pair BY EDDIE FISHER MIDGET CAGE LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS TEAMS W L Sonics 13 2 Bullets 11 3 Celtics 11 4 Blazers 9 6 Balls 8 8 Lakers 4 10 Hawks 3 12 Royals 1 15 Each team has several games to be made up. Action in Midget League play finally got back into full swing this week after the entire previous week was cancelled due to the snow. All cancelled games will he made up at a later date. Play started the week on Monday January 23, with a doubleheader on tap. In the first game, the Hawks upset the Bulls by a 22-17 score. In this game, K. Benton led the Hawks with 16 points, followed by D. Stamey with 4 points. G. Adams led the Bulls with 8 points. In the second game the Blazers blasted the Royals by a .36-15 score. In this game, Q Jackson led the Blazers with 18 points, followed by W. Johnson 8 points; B. Twyman 4. Jenkins led the Royals with 10 points. Action on January 25 was the snow. Action then got ba track with four big tap. In the first game edged the takers score. In this game, led the Blazers followed by W. JohnSX and Q. Jackson with 6. A. Doakes led the 12 points. In the second game afternoon,-the SoniCS the Bulls by game, J. Berry led with 18 points, Leslie with 10 6; T. Twylor and each. G. Adams led with 6 points. In the third game, i beat the Hawks by a In this game, Bullets with 19 by six other players each. K. Benton with 12 points. In the fourth and the Celtics rolled by 32-23. In this game, led the Celtics with followed by B. Psillas with 2 led the Royals with Local Girls Play Key Role In Hagerstown Girls Defeating Carlisle The Hagerstown YMCA girls swim team edged Carlisle 203- 195 in a meet held at Hagerstown on January 26. Tyke Jeanelle Reed was a member of the winning medley relay team and posted her best time while taking third palce in the breastroke. Prep Julie Benner was 1st in 100 freestyle, and 2rid in both 50 free and 200 free. Her 200 free time was her personal best in that event. Senior member Jackie Willingham was a member of the 1st place freestyle relay team. The Hagerstown girls have now won ten in a row and 15 of their last 16 dual meets over a two year span against YMCA competition. Both are team records. The girls will journey to 'York on Saturday, February 4, tendant services to both male and female students. A com- prehensive institution, the college offers majors in 31 subject areas, as well, as professional training for social work, business, the health sciences, and teaching. for a 1 p.m. powerful York downed early December. Sunday, February will host I rescheduled meet. The Hagerstown received outstsr formances from swimmers but verdict to host swimmers for the Prep Larry place in the diving, and and 3rd place in the Senior division breastroke, 3rd in 50 free, best times ever events. Senior Jim 2nd in 100 free and third in the I.M. time was his that event. The boys will Feb. 4, and on Feb. 5, in Unions begin shorter work week. A NEW YEAR A NEW LINE OF FARM MACH'II00I Peoples. Supply.Farm Machine, INTRODUCING THE AFFORDA00 LONG UNE 35 hp to 120 TRACTORS ROTARY M DISC HA LOADERS BACK