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'-- :iea In eeond half action of awat an alle . ..... , , our d . , SPIRIT, OP ARMR ADVOCATE Amy Alger and Vlr,,lma Dor- . . ' . " THURSDAY-FEB A " ]' Ibl . , RU RY 1966 B---2 I I I [Bowling League to two full games soy led the Charles Town team w on theneaa and had to sit ~___._________ ...... I | I I over Bob's Babes by scoring a 4-0 -, out aoout lz minutes of the see to vzctory, the former rolhng high I | , "I I I[ victory in action Tuesday at Pike single game score of 129 and the _ |end half, also turned in a fine| tam Whittington said. for offices were present at the [ |l side bowl. ..... ' ............ I /performance with 17 poinks; and[ Several Democratic candidates meet[n,, and were introduced latter mgn see score oi .~o~ mrs. , . , . ,~ . ~ g . ' . I I I ,Joan Jenkins rolled the high Dorsey had games of 116, 97 and I, : [l~ovis came through 18 points,| ....... ] | [ single game score of the Tuesday ........ ~ t most ot mem m me second halt , ........ 17.1. her scores [or memoers o11 m / " " / ~.~-~ff5~;~i~'. ~'.'. [ I [ action, with a 176 game. Reba the Kastle team were: E. Moore, i ,1 | .. The Rams.and the Falcons. bat./ | wu, t'm ~..:- ~,k~, AM~ mm~-*~-~--I I I I Cameron had the second high txea each diner aJmost point tor 303; Helen Kehcan 288; Amy I [ .... / |]fflJllqkilqlA ]fflll~ $'i'~kili'l'll~illqll ill [ E I I game score of 173 and Dot Brown Aleer 328- Gertrude Prain 328 I m / point all the way, with Shepherd/ | .................. ~" ''" m In, II was third with a 172. ............ ~n~ ~ n.~-o~ ~sa~ ..... I [holding a slim 5249 lead at the/~halfwa mark III. l| ~'! I I I I The high individual set score Y ~ / ! t ~ ~ | I Iof the day was a 478 rolled by ~,~,~r ~~no I The Shepherd College cagers, mont, but they dominated their[ I | Doris Blackford, with Dot .... .., ~: ~,~r~r, ~r~.ro I who have been hard to beat on I visitors on the boards. / ,, et. ^~ l ~,~.~i,.,,,~~~~,~.,~~ / Brown's 473 being second high ROCKWELL CLEANERS 4-0 [their home court all season long, [ With Gary Phalen and Wayne| ~e~r u|s~u~sIo~ ~ [ ~ ........... h.~ ......~,*.,~,o / and Barbara Viands' 454, being . The Stuck & Alger bowl!ngl were ly!ng in wait for the Fair-I Harris leading the way the Rams/ ! I Pur a ~LT, EASE LEAD IN |third high team.of Charles Town scorecl a/mont State rmcons ~aturaaYlshot a fabulous 55 per cent from/ rh001Bnnd l.m i | rai~[ag pigs in their own stores~r, "esuhs at Purina. s i WXVA LEAGUE [ Stu's Heroines had the high ~* victory over KOCKWell t;lean-| night in the Shepherd Field[ the floor and dominated both["~b v..u ~,v$ [ | l~esea"rc~m~in~ ~e value of Pi~ -- ----" I team game score a 653 and Bob's ers in action in the Ladies Bi- [ ttouse and they pulled their top I boards for most of the game.[ [ | Startena~ ~ " '~ ~" WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP / Babes had high set score of 18~. County Major Bowling league at | upset victory of the season and [ Shepherd wound up with 41 field I Member- ^~ "'~ ~^'~ ..... ~,^.. I | ~',_'~'.;.~"__'.'__ L ................... STANDING GF TE,~iS / Jane Stone is still the league s Shenandoah Lanes, Monday. I also one of the major surprisesI goals in 74 shots and outrebound-I r,~,, n~ o~.t~'e e~e~~"I | ~~tmn ot I~'ura-l-at T*~.- w | leading bowler with a 154 average Virginia Dorsey led the Charles | in West Virginia Conference play I ed Fairmont 43-32 | ~_~ Y~?_~.:?Y~_ _D.~","_"Z~' I I (selected ~p amounts of"growth ~U ... ~,. . - " 11~?~!~ ~ LIl~;gU~iSIOll OI [l~e form- "" r " 8ttt's vt,~,,.~,.,~ ~a ~1 while Dot Brown is second with Town team to victory by rolling / with a 104.100 wctory. [ Fairmont also had a fine shoot- I ,,-.~.~,. ~.~.........~a ~.... ,.. ~.^ [ I booster'~ngredients. ~Ob,s'~'a'l~"~ ~; ~|152, Nancy Roth third with 151,high single game score of 205 and | The defeat not only gave the [ing night, hitting 411 shots of 77 [vot'ed'on~I'ar~h~8:"as a=~pSro~gran~[ [ Many hog men following the Purina Program blekie,,~ (~lv'~mn~n,, 1~ _~/B,ddy Smoot fourth with 145 and also high set score of 539. | Rams revenge for a defeat which I for a 53 per cent mark. | for their February meeting, held I | ~s from Pig Starteaa: - Arehie,s I~,~-''~ 9" 7/Reba Cameron fifth with 146. Other set scores for the Stuck| Fairmont had handed them ear-I q~he ca-acit,~ crowd saw the|Tuesday even[n-in the War MemI | - " ........... " ~DOrothy,s Pills 9 7/ ........ ~.. & Alger team were: Nancy Roth, | lier in the season in Fairmont, I Ram~ nlav~" thor fine.~t ~,amp nfl 0rial Buildin~ ~n .qhonhprd~lc~wn ] I I. l'~gS Cat at ~arly, re![sO ~t. aelens Dolls 9 7/n~a~t,r~ ~ wt~ 1M~e.r~ 500. E; .Grant,.516; P. Moore 377;[ hut.it a~o shattered the dreams[ the sea%on in closing-ou-t'"their I A" short busi-ness'-m"ee't'in-~'o"fl | 2~~ U. $. average at' J JenKins ~t,~ el me ~alcons tor a west Vlr r l a ' eanl ~ay's Debs 6 10| FROM HAWAIIANS . | ." . "1 egu ar se son s activity with anl the association was held first and I I - ~b's Copy Girls 4 12/ The Kastle's Ladies' bowling ,..o.=e --- | ginia Conference crown .and no-| 1142 record..And Wednesday] then after Schools Superinten-I [ ~, Hogsteach market weight as early as 5 month~ ~-'~vrences Gales 4 121team downed the Hawaiians 3-0 lgll.ll.-~a~aA.& / tionm rating, wneir toss t)y r'air-| night they went into the t;omer- / dent T. A Lwery made a present-I | " " " - " & SWeeties 2 1,t1 in a match in the Brunswick Maj- ITIIIIClIIIb[JUll | mont. coupled with a win by Mor-| ence tournament in Charleston[at[on of" the proposed school l .,. , --O-- | or Ladies Duckpin Bowling Lea- .m . ~ .. m | rts ttarvey over Glenwlle, gave/ against Alderson Broaddus, aI building and improvement pro-I YOUR STORE WITH THE Hantle I':lrtlln ,le /the Harveyites the eonference/team which they have beaten|gram covered under the special] CHECKERBOARD SIGN mus Heroines increased their gue last Thursday evening at the IIUIIIUI] qoUllgllllUl] | championship and also the top/twice and lost to once this sea.I bond levy, a question and answerl .................. IN * * IN L | billing in the Post-Season Confer-| son. I period followed. [ ueclsive ue[eal /ence tournament. | Harris, playing like a seasoned l It was announced at the close/* | The Hartman-coached Rams,lPro and certainly serving up one |of the discussion that the next| O,a,,r~|,.,~, L~,,w~hr ..... ."7"7". ...... ] who had been beaten earlier this[ of the best performances of his I meeting of the association will be[ '~t ~-~H~ t-~t~l~Ha.v a~ne ~nepnerast.own mgn =araI season by the Falcons via the/ college career, hit on 10 of 17[held March 15 in Harpers Ferry.I m.~_^ ,ro~ o~a9 lnals sutterea their seeona worse fast brea meth ..u. .,,a ~,vu.. ......... | - k od, used this same] shots, for 30 points and he pulled [The site for the meeting and the/ ue~ea~ ot me season ~aonoa.y| strategy to defeat the Falcons.] down 19 rebounds. Phalen, with name of the speaker will be ann.[ Charles Town W Va. mgnt, anat. me..worst on tnexr~They not only outgunned Fair-t 27 points, also pulled down 11 re-Iouneed later Club President Will.[ ' " home court at me nones ot me! 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