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WE'LL TAKE IT. Your regular deposits into your savings account, that is. It's such a good feeling to see the figures grow in your account book. Open your savings account now at the PEOPLES BANK if you do not already have one. We now pay 3 % Interest an all Savings Accounts. We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits. ,Cagers had another easy time de. Big John Piccolomini scored I feating the Harpers Ferry High nine of his 28 points in the open [Tigers Tuesday night m Harpers ing period as the Crusaders roll- [Ferry by a 74-49 score. It was the ed to an 18-7 lead l second victory of "the season for] Harpers Ferry " kicked up a [St. Joe over Harpers Ferry and brief rally in the second period [their 13th of the season as against when Sago Garrett hit for five ~one defeat, points and Gary Longerbeam six, -----" ] St. Joe not.only scored with but St. Joe kept the pressure on ~Wi!h the ix b~ center J c~y ]ease in registering their 10th con the Tigers and by halftime had come back to lead by a 38-22 at rlccolomml ~eadmg me attac~, t secUtive victory, but they corn- the halfway mark. the St. Joseph's Cattiolic High J pletely dominated both boards. St. Joseph's shot 40-percent from the floor, but their real I I. 1 ~{I~ I I I I I II power was on the boards where .... ~l o they controlled the boards. We don t have Fed Gambling Stamps, The St. Joe Jayvees also ca~e ~, "~'7~g through with a victory, downtrlg but re flill ndh 10TS*of bets, the little Tigers by a 53-40 sco e with Bill Knisely leading the at- We won a ton betting that people tack with 20 points. who really shopped for a new car would bw a Dodge. And now it's truck time, and if you compare ,, all trucks on ., \ the market / Y East Washingto Street Charles Town, W. Va. (From Page One) COACH WILLIE WALTERS' James Wood High wrestling team won it's second consecutive Northwestern League title last week with a win over Fauquier High School. The Wood-men now will participate in the Northern Regional Championships at the University of Virginia Field House this Friday and Saturday night.. COACH PETEY VANCE'S Wardensville High School Warriors have a season record mark to date of 14 victories in 15 starts in basketball this season.. THE FORD MOTOR CO. has just bought three minutes (3) of commercial time on each of the National Football League games to be televised by CBS next season. Price: About a cool $5 million! ! ........... HIGHLEY RODERICK'S definition of the 'Old Days:' When radios plugged in and toothbrushes didn't! !.. With completion of the first and second rounds of play in the annual post-season Charles Town Midget League tournament com- pleted, the Packers who finished in the runner-up spot in regular season activity, are leading the four-team pack with two victories and no defeats. The Celtics, lea- gue champions during the season al play, and the Royals, each have won and lost a game in the first two rounds. The Lakers, who finished last in seasonal play, have been elimi- nated from tournament play as the result of two consecutive de- feats. The third round of tournament play was set for Wednesday night Feb. 16 with the Packers and Lakers meeting in the first game and the Royals and Celtics meet- ing in the second game. The fourth round of play will take place Friday night, with the Packers meeting the winner of the Celtic Royal game Wednesday night. In the first round of tourna- ment Wednesday evening, Feb. 9, the Celtics breezed to a 25-15 victory over the Lakers, with Layton leading the Celtics attack with 15 points and Mills being high for the Lakers with five points. In the second game the Packers led by Singhas and Walker, sco- red, a 25-15 victory over the Roy- als. Singhas and Walker each had eight points, while Maconaughey had 13 of the 15 points scored by the Royals. In the second round of tourna. merit play the Royals edged-the Lakers 14-11, with Maconaughey scoring 12 of the Royals' 14 points Nichols was high scorer for the Lakers, getting 8 of the 11 points. In the second game of the second round of play the Packers stopped the Celtics by a slim 18- 17 score Singhas led the Packers to victory with 11 points, while Lloyd was high for the Celtics, with six points. The fourth round of cage tour- nament play will be staged Friday night at 8 p. m. on the Charles Town Senior High hardwoods. The Packers will be one of the two teams involved in the title game. RoadGame, The Shepherd College cagers chalked up one of their few road victories of the season Friday night in Baltimore, Md., when they scored an 86-74 win over Baltimore University in a Mason Dixon Conference battle. The Hartman-coached Rams moved into an early lead over the Marylanders, and only early in the final period did the Mary- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATI THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 landers present any real serious threat to a Shepherd victory. With 9:20 left in the game the Marylanders closed the scoring gap to 56-54, but then Allen Baker, one of the top scorers for Shepherd, hit for a fielder and the Rams were once again on the way to widening the margin. Baker, who set a new scoring record at Shepherd College earl- ier this season with 47 points, came close to equalling that mark for the second time this season with a 43-point effort Friday night. And it was his 30 points, in the second half of play which not only kept the Rams in front, but proved to provide the margin of victory. Baker's 13 points in the first half also played a major role in keeping the Rams in front 33-29 at the halfway mark. i Taking advantage of the 3-2 de- fense which the Marylanders were playing, Ram players, Char- lie Coffman, Mike Loovis and Wayne Harris, sailed down the center lane time and again to score. The victory gave Shepherd a Conference record of only two victories in eight games, seasonal record moved to "Highways To Ha Will Be Sermon At Presbyterian For several Sundays the theme of the sermons Charles Town Presb rch has been "Highways To iness." This same theme continued on Sunday, 20, at the 11:00 A. M. the minister, Carlyle A. ald. Nursery care for ren will be provided worship hour. ATTEND CHURUH S:Z , I ml' "! J' I r,,l,,, [ ,ql ,'-S n[ ' ilnl rl lit --- AT THE --- If You Are Looking For Some Real Big Extra Special Values This .Weekend In Charl.es Town, Then That's Charles Town ] fhades Town Wh'a You Will Find At The Melvin T. Strider Company. From Page 1-B [ From Page 1-B -- [ The Berkeley Springs High REGULAR SALI ther Coach Bill Jordan used his ]indians will travel to McCormels- reserves to some extent, the lburg, Friday night for a game. TWIN SIZE . . Indians outscored Charles Town[ In addition to the CharlesFoam Mattress, Boxspllng, Headboard $ 89.95 $59.95 17-16. But in the home stretch the [ Town-Williamsport battle in Cha- Panthers again came on strong. [rles Town Saturday night, there Jones who hit for 12 field goals ~ will be action on the Shepherds- QUILT TOP in 28 shots had four of his two-]town High hardwoods where the Mattress & Boxspring, Twin or Double .95 69.9 pointers in the first period and[Cardinals will be playing host to five in the third. He also hit for [the Mathias High cagers. -- -- 5 six free throws to give him 30[ Cage fans of the section will Headboard, Twin 'Size, Plastic 14.95 3.9 points for the night. This marked [ also have some Saturday after- the third time this season he has[noon cage action of local interest, 140.00 89/9 hit the 30 or more mark in scor-]as the West Virginia Mountain- Panel Bed, Chest & Night Table ing. J eers will be playing host to Jyra- oints, cuse University in Mountaineers Son Puller, who had 15 p .... 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In the preliminary game, Skip moved into an early lead and Whitmore dropped in 19 points stayed in front all the way as they to lead ,the Panther Jayvees to a rolled to an 88-59 decision over 57-40 victory over the Berkeley the Harpers Ferry High Tigers in Springs Jayvees. a return match with the Tigers on the Musselman High hardwoods. PUSHED HARD With five players hitting in Saturday night the Panthers were pushed hard to stay in the double figures the Applemen win column In fact they had to moved into a 20-14 first period come from behind in the third lead and they kept increasing the quarter to accomplish the win lead as the game progressed. And this time it was the shooting Nine players figured in the of Earle Johnson, who hit for 10 scoring for Musselman, with Steve Seville with 17 points, points to lead a 25-point attack in the last quarter, that played while Jim Williams had 16 points, the major role in the comeback Lee Ballanger led the Harpers win. Ferry scoring with 20 points and he was the game's high scorer. Charles Town actually started Musselman also took the junior it's successful home-stretch drive high game by a 54-30 score. Bill late in the third period, and had edged in front of I_~udoun Cou- nty by a narrow 42-38 margin at the start of the fourth period. With their ace rebounder, Ken- hey Carr out of the line-up due to an ankle injury sustained in Fri- day night's battle with Berkeley Springs, the Panthers could do no better than barely keep in front the Virginians in the first period by a 16-14 margin. In the second period Loudotm County outscored Charles Town 15-12 and took a one-point half. time lead. The Panthers, who appeared to be tired as the result of four games in one week, hit for only 28 of 70 shots and they ran into rebound trouble in the second period when Ron Puller got into foul trouble. Midway of the third period Pull er went back into the Panther line-up and his presence not only sparked the Panther defense, but also their offense. Ernie Jones led the Panther scoring attack with 19 points, while Johnson and Puller each had 14 and John Wal- ters had 10. Waiters was ale) the Craven and Don Jackson led the Harpers Ferry Jayvees with 11 points each. The win was the third for Mus- selman as against 10 defeats, while the loss was Harpers Ferry 13th as against only one victory. Amerloe'e Inesll washer, the i~m ne errors. le ltttlem $3.0O Per Week CHARLES TOWN leading rebounder for Charles Town, with 11 rebounds, ~vhite Yates and PUIler each had eight. The defeat was the llth for Loudoun County as against two wins. In the preliminary game Coach Herb Cottrill's little Panthers started the night off right for GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CRAR S TOW , W. VA. Ferry playing at Charles Town Tuesday night in the second meet ing of the two teams. In the first game at Harpers Ferry Charles Town ~olled to an easy victory and the Panthers are expected Modern Chair, Gold Floral Print to do the same Tuesday night. Other Tuesday night action will find Berkeley Springs at St. Jose- Chestrobe, Unfinished ph's Catholic High in Martinsburg Metal Folding Chair Barrel Back Chair, Foam Cushion, Rose Boonsboro (Md.) High at Martins- burg; nedgesville High at Smiths Stowaway Chest, Green burg, Md., High. After Tuesday night's action Charles Town, St. Joseph's Cat- Modern Cedar Chest, Pongee helle High, West Virginia Univer- sity and Shepherd College will have closed out their 1965-66 sea- Colonial Chest, Cherry so~, with Harpers Ferry, Shep- herdstown, Musselman, Berkeley Duxbury Dinette Chair, Maple springs. Hedgesville and Martins burg closing out their action Fri. day night, Feb. 25. Dinette Suite, Modern, 5 Piece Fireplace Ensemble Charles Town fans with a 6045 victory. 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