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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1978 " "iBad Weather, Flu Bug JSonics Retain Lead You're Ieroving Real eroblemsiPlay I'n Midget League OnYourWay [leer Basketball. Teams. Make-Up Games.. . .. The extremely bad winter called off at the request of the LEAGUE STANDINGS followed by G Leshe with 9 weather of the past several Virginia school officials. BY EDDIE FISHER points and T. Taylor with 6. G. QUICKLY..CONVENIF00TLY Need a new car? No need to save forever! Get low cost financing on any new model car.., here! If you qualify ... we'll get you be- hind the wheel of that brand new auto in no time at all. Come in! TRUST and INVESTMENT SERVICES Hagerstown Girl Swimmem Capture Mason-Dixon Crown; Boys.Tie For Second Place The Hagerstown YMCA girls swim team downed host Cum- berland 250-148 on February 11, to capture their second con- secutive Mason-Dixon League girls regular season title. Hagerstown compiled a 5-1 league slate to edge our York, Chambersburg and Carlisle which all finished at 4-2 in league meets. Five local girls figured in the scoring for Hagerstown in their IJ I J win over Cumberland. Tyke Jeanelle Reed was 3rd in breastroke. Prep Julie Benner was 1st in the 200 free and free relay and 2nd in the 100 free. Lisa Titus was 1st in the medley relay and 2nd in prep diving. Tracy Kidwell was 1st in both the medley and free relays and 3rd in the prep 50 fly. Senior division member Jackie Willingham won the 50 free and medley relay and was 3rd in the II PRE V Spring. LAWN MOWER TUNE UP SPECIAL Don't Walt Until Spring.. Bring Your Mower In Now and Let Us - - - INSTALL NEW PLUG-POINTS.CONDeWSER SHARPEN THE BLADE  ADJUST THE CARBURATOR & CHANGE OIL ALL FOR $1695 LIMITED TIME ONLY! ALL REPAIRS OTHER THAN THE ABOVE ARE FOR PATRON'S ACCOUNTS DON'T WALT! Bdng Your Mower In NOW! SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative N. Mildred St. RANSON, W.Va. weeks, along with the invasion of the flu bug into the ranks of the players on the schoolboy basketball teams of the section and area is now presenting a real problem for high school coaches and directors of athletics. While Jefferson High has been somewhat more fortunate than most of the other teams in the section and area, luck may also he running out on head coach Tim Brinkley and his Cougar cagers. While Jefferson has for the most part been able to keep abreast of games postponed because of the snowy and frigid winter weather by re-scheduling the action, if there are any more postponements of Jefferson games from here on in until the end of the season, they will in all just have to he cancelled, Coach Brinkley stated. The game which the Cougars were to have played Monday night at Jefferson High with the Bishop Ireton team of Alexan- dria, Va., as the guests, was And while this game has been re-scheduled for Monday night, February 20, at Jefferson High School, the game which the Cougars were to have played at the Bishops in Alexandria on Tuesday night, February 21, will not he played, as it has been cancelled for this season, it was stated. The Cougars travelled to James Wood High in Winchester Wednesday night for a return game with the Colonels and then Friday night, they will be playing host to Turner Ashby High of Virginia. And on Saturday night, the Cougars are scheduled to travel to Pur- cellville for a battle with the Loudoun Valley Vikings. But Coach Brinkley was concerned about how many players he would have for those two battles. Early this week the, flu bug hit the team and Tuesday he had only five players show up for practice. But Brinkley said the Cougars will play the game even if they have only five players well enough to play. or dates, go to the Opera House to see the opening night of "The Diary of Anne Frank". Hope to see you .there. given at this service was "You'll Never Walk Alone", by Mrs. Eugene Starliper. The ladles who served the lunch at the TEAMS W L Sonics 15 2 Bullets 15 4 Celtics 12 5 Bulls I0 9 Blazers I0 8 Hawks 5 13 Lakers 4 14 Royals 1 18 With the close of the regular season last week in the Midget Basketball League the long task of re-scheduling cancelled games came upon league of- ficials. With only a few more games to he made up the Sonics held a seemingly comfortable two game lead over the second place Bullets. The first doubleheader to he made up was played on Thur- sday, February 3. In the first game, the Hawks upset the Blazers by a narrow 22-21 margin. In this game K. Benton led the Hawks with 9 points, followed by T. Evans and A. Frazier with 4 points each. W. Johnson led the Blazers with 9 points. In the second game, the Bullets rolled by the Lakers 23- 16. In this game, K. Twyman led the Bullets with 14 points, followed by A. Gregory, T. Jackson and D. Nelson, all with 2 M Speaks To Mrs. Marilla to attorney's and Braun the Future America Club at Mrs. James, a member, told the a typical day torney's office. things she had had been legal secretarY. Founder's00 Ball Is. The Shepherd Board is PHONE: 725- 2212 Dominick Far00 Named Member Of President's Club 200 free. The Hagerstown girls will participate in the post-season championships at Walkersville High on Saturday, Feb. 18. All 7 league teams will gather for this meet. The Hagerstown boys team received an outstanding effort in the senior division I00 breastroke by Matt Meyers, to stop Cumberland 213-179. The boys team finished at 4-2 in league play, good for a second place tie in the season standings. The boys league post-season championships will be held at Frosthurg College on Feb. 25. Judge Dostert Tells. Kiwanians,( GoneBeyendPurposesl Circuit Court Judge Pierre Dostert was the featured speaker at the Charles Town Kiwanis Club ladies night. Judge Dostert's topic was "The State of the Law". He was introduced by Jefferson County Magistrate Peter H. Dougherty. Dostert told his audience of nearly 75 that he sees some serious problems facing our society. He stated that the courts have gone beyond their stated purposes and are now tending to legislative problems. This Judicial legislation has led to forced busing, free textbooks, and de releasing of "status" offenders from state juvenile correctional facilities. He called for judicial discretion with the option available to the local judge to punish offenders. Appelant courts are not oly reviewing, but now setting bail, and deciding pretrial motions. He urged the re-institution of capital punishment, and called on local legislators to vote the will of the people on this matter. President Ron Widmyer ex- pressed his thanks to Judgde Dcstert for his remarks, and reminded the Club of several upcoming .activities. Magistrate Peter Dougherty, the club's Mayor Emphasis Chairman will be the speaker February 16, 6:15 p.m., at the Towne House. Several members of the club will then, with wives, DOMINICK "WELLS" FARGO Dominick "Wells" Fargo, local agent for Nationwide In- surance Companies in Charles Town, has earned membership in Nationwide's Challenger, Executive and President's Clubs. The Challenger and Executive Clubs recognize ourstanding sales and Service records in all lines of insurance. The President's Club is the elite honorary club for Nationwide agents. Qualifiers must meet rigid requirements in sales and service for each line of insurance Nationwide offers to the public. The Company will honor the Fargo's at the annual President's Club conference in Puerto Rico on July 16 through July 20. Fargo and his family also qualified for a sales convention to be held in Denver, Colorado, July 31 through Aug. 2. This was awarded to him for his out- standing sales and service record during 1977. Fargo has also qualified for Life Millionaire by producing over one million dollars of life insurance during 1977. He and his wife have been awarded a trip to Sarasota, Fla. Fargo has been a Nationwide agent in the Charles Town area since 1973. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Mrs. Lyle Tabb, who has been a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital for a week, returned to her home on Saturday, much improved. Mrs. Tracy Sutler and lughter Kathy, of Hagerstown, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb and family on Saturday. The guest preacher at the U.M. Church on Sunday, February 12, was Rev. Nancy Webb of Charles Town. The solo l l! I _ i,iii For Shepherdstown News Our Shephtrdstown correspondent, Mrs. Janet Hansen is always glad to receive news items for her column and will be glad to have you call her at her home phone 876-2672. She is especially interested in all activities, meetings, social events and also any pictures which you would like to use in this newspaper. So, for Shepherd- news, please cail...and often... Potter sale found it very suc- cessful, having cleared $250.00. There will be "Teachers Training" worship, February 25, 9:30 to 12 noon at New Street U.M. Church in Shepherdatown open to all persons in the U.M. Churches of Jefferson County Coop Parish. Revival service, April 16-23, in the Baptist Church. Evangelist Rev. John Gordon of Fredericksburg, will he bringing the message. Mrs. Victor Blue, Mrs. John Emert and Mrs. Bertha Albert have been on the sick list. Mrs. Edward Dunbar and Mrs. Jas S. Locke celebrated Mrs. Dunbar's birthday by having lunch out on Sunday. points each. D. Ahalt led the Lakers with 6 points. The second set of make-up games was played Saturday, February 4, with four big games on tap. In the first game of the af- ternoon, the Sonics remained in first place by beating the Bulls 27-20. In this game, J. Berry led the Sonics with 10 points, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue Adams led the Bulls with 12 points. In the second game, the Celtics edged the Royais by a 39- 32 score. In this game, S. Holmes led theCeltics with a big 26 points, followed by D. Potter with 7 points and C. Smith with 6. Roberts led the Royals with I0 points. In the third game, the Hawks polled their second upset of the week by beating the second place Bullets, 30-27. In this game, K. Benton led the Hawks with 16 points, followed by D. Stamey with 7 and T. Evans with 3. K. Twyman led the Bullets with 19. In the fourth and final game of the day, the Blazers beat the Lakers by a 21-13 score. In this game, B. Twyman led the Blazers with 6, followed by W. Johnson, Q. Jackson and D. hardy with 4 points each. B. Ford led the Lakers with 6 points. Four more big games were re- scheduled for Sunday, February 5. In the first game of the af- ternoon, the Sonics crushed the Royals by a 34-19 score. In this game, Berry led the Sonics with 16 points, followed by Leslie with 14. Jenkins led the Royals with 8 points. In the second game, the Founder's DaY Bullets edged the Blazers by a at the 28-23 score. In this game, K. The Ball is Twyman led the Bullets with 20 College points, followed by J. Dillow faculty, staff, with 5. B. Twyman led the The Blazers with 9 points, egin with a Inthe third game, the Bulls 6:30-7:30 p.m., upset the third place Celtics by a dinner from 7:30 33-25 score. In this game, G. dawn dinner's Adams led the Bulls with 15 breast of points, followed by J. Jones with country ham. 8 and E. Nagle with 6. S. Holmes! THE visited Mr. & Mrs. Phil Perks, Belvedere Heights, on Sunday night. 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