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p j ,pro e. t . t l , tt I . PI TT OF JEFFER, ON rA uv .q ADVOCATE * To Be Launched ,irst d y t'"of Page Jackson Loses ro,y.mree maems un honor Kou I ,9. Mr. Malcolm J. Bowman has Langdon, c .... ; ..... 3 L~-2 8I "- " ~"- At Ki k-off L h ~oon with the Veterans Adminis- Again To Spingarn " " " c " unc eon War|on Of Charles Town lumor Htoh School / VA Hospitals ,in Marion and In- ~ |Wil~on, g ............1 .-2 4{ ~_41~ __ dianapolis, Indiana, Pittsburgh, i The Page Jackson High Spar- ~ |Parks. g ............ 1 1-2 3[ ~-I~ -" ~"~)'L c~pta~n~e Sand i~:t:nn~]go S~It~etl~o trpaCh the Pc. He will complete three years at tans went into Washington last Principal Roscoe Payne of the iyn Urquhart. / ............... I ~ ~ the Martinsburg Certter this June. Friday afternoon and although Charles Town Junior High School|Eighth Grade | Totals ............11 9-11 31 i[ILITTLE WANTAD$1i~ , announced this week the names of "A"-Patricia Burns Jane Mul-[ Martinsburg l:(iF Pts. [ ~[ GCr [i~! I ,d Cross fund[ Harold "Chuck" Kisser is Her- He served in the Army in World they didn't fair quite as well this forty three students who have I len [ Lamp f ........... 3 2-2 8[ ~~t'J~ r, Peb. 26 at ] ving as the drive chairman this War II and was recalled to active time against the third-ranked ' ) ---" "" :-off" meeting to[year and aiding him in foz-mulat- duty during the Korean war. high school team in the nation's made a 'B' average'or better }or' "B" Judy Sue Brockman Jerolt Zalter' f 0 1-1 1 I a* .... ~ ..... ~ ~ [ ~les Town Meth : ing the plans {or the drive are Ar- Being Director, Volunteer act|vii- capital, they did Springarn High the first semester. The gr des,]c opper, Rebecca D nn, Ph,rici |To o6. r'...'.'....'.'.'. 4 ,-~ 91 ~'5 lWIII~//: , Malcolm J. chic Smith, \ice-Chairman, Mrs. ies he is in position to be able to School trouble for a time before averages and names of the stu-IOranL Anne Kilmer, John Low-|bearing, c .......... 2 1-1 5] ~ ~P~[.~i~// i ~r, Volunteer Act-]Jame:~ M. Mason, III, Mrs. J. D. explain the importan,t services ren they lost out by a 77-56 score,tents are as follows:- I ery, Carol Merchant, Charles Mol| Martin, g .......... 0 0-2 0I ~ ~~,~/--[ ;~ans Administra I Yowell, Mrs. Joseph P. Christian, dered by the American Red Cross Twelve players shared in Sping-Ninth Grade ] er, Linda O'Bryan, David Strider.| Fageley. g .......... 1 0-0 2 ~ ~ ~ ~{~W_.]~)~ rt~asburg will be I Mr. Glenn Brown, Mr. John New- at institutions oF this type. ar'n well-balanced attack while- . ..... | Seventh Grade l Armentrout, g ...... 2 0-0 4 | ~ ~\~l ] aker. Icomer Mr. K. Metz Mrs. F.P. In last weeks news item concern Lawrence Bailey and Charles Bran"~"-r'au, c;orso, r~o~ert Ner-] "B"-Carla Alexander, Carolyn] ............. i I "~ ~11111111i11~* i / !e of ~the meeting t Owens, Sr and Mrs. George Heid ing the names and districts ofson each scored 17 for Page Jack hood, Jane Rissler, Patsy I4issler, ~ Brown Caleb Burns Lois Brewer / Totals ............ 12 5-9 29 ~ ~ G [/ ~ ] ~ation film called rich all members of the Planning Captains in Jefferson County son. Betsy Wysong. IDavid Bowers, Robert Dailey. Shiz"| ~ ] I k ~/f ~/ ghbor". This is an Committee. The members of thethere was an error. Mrs. WilliamThe loss snapped Page Jackson's "B"-Daniel L. Armstrong, Lud- ] ley Jackson, Rosella Kern, Michael| ATTEND CHURCII SUNDAt [ " "" lnd all Captains I Board of Directors selected the M4tler was announced as Captain three-game winning streak and mils Brat|ha, William Clendening,|Kid,well, John Merchant, Douglas[ __ i - rged to see it ICaptains who m turn have been of Shenandoah Junction. Please left the Spartans with a 7-6 rec- Joseph Cloud, Joseph Crane, Tho | l~ing, Margaret Say|lie, Wall|s|READ THE CLASSIFIEDR t ~ae more familiar I busy lining up workers for the note that Mrs. Ida Ferrell will be ord. has Doyle, Ruth Nicewarner, Day | Ann Snyder, Ann West, Sandra|- ---- ....... " -- ~sed bY P~und Slivarius streets f Charles Twn the Captain of Shenandah Junc" id Reynlds' James Savi]le' Car-/Whittingtn' Marshall Thmpsn'/iChale T .yq C Teams Jp, ] raany obligations lved by the Red Cross. Please note change of date for re Me,k C.|" Bor9oins Galore For a Red Cross this i All team members and captains the "Kick-off" meeting and all of r s own t age -~Ched-and if posJare urged to attend thls meeting, the Captains call t'he Chapter of- Cha ~ounty Chapter ] and pick up their materials and re fice-270-and state whether or not mptons Pair" "Mar msburg" igh f/l/I GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY ]l ~0 be on~ucLiol%~.';o as to be they will attend and exactly how Fir.dr 0~:!x~hibmit~o~~dl~! ~16'oint~ in this many members of her crew will al SALES at our Store so attend. This must be done be- Feb. 19- fore Monday, February 23rd. Moose vs Kastle f and gton's_Bi thd Sh p || iuIL-U~ T.&C. ClothiersvsW.&R. Sales sire play and then a real wide--JPitzerPcontributed" another nine,/' Odd Lots of Bedroom Slippers , STANDING OF TEAMS open free shooting batle was the / while Butts chalked up 10 andil 90a 9R I r ay e s TE.~LM " " W L type of double exhibition which i Stuckey nine' || ........... I T C I ~'y~n I ........ 9 2 the Charles Town Junior Varsity | Larry Burns kept Charles Town|| .... 798 | e Kastle's 6 6 and Varsity cage teams played] in the ball game in the first halfll Group of Dresses, values to . I ecru s 0 alam0unts n Moose Club fi 6 the ,two Martinsburg High teamstby scoring five ,times from theil- ~, , ,~ ^^ l ~! Fi al 0fS T.&C. Clothiers 3 9 Tuesday night, on the Charles|floor and making good seven for,, 1"-4OW only ,.tjtJ | t Th V I TheW.&R. cagersputtheclin Town High ilardwoods, with the I nine foul shots for l7 poinLs. ,, , lit:tie Charles Town Panthers down J The victory was the eleventh for|i Group of Dresses, values to 4.98 i ese a ue_. ~~, n easonJeffersonCher on thecountyChampionshiPIndependentOf basthe ing Martinsburg 31-29; and the|Martinsburg and the second of their " "' ' 1 98 I seoring 84-73 decision over Charles | it marked the seventh loss for J| ___ | Stereophonic Hi Ft Phonograph-. Although outshooting the Poto- ketball league last Thursday even- Martinsburg Varsity taking a.,high| season over Charles Town, while l| INOW only . I mac State Catamounts from the ing and became the new league Town. ]Charles Town. IJ Rain Coots --- values to | floor the S~hepherd College Rams champions when they scored aIn the preliminary game w'hich[ ,The boxscore: [] NOW oniv 2 50 I :hil'l~ Col~so[e Units i ....... $275.00 gave up to much at the foul line 43-3"/ victory over the second-- and thus dropped their final game place Kas,tle team in the weekly lsaw field goal scoring at a mini-/ zv~,~i~ Gam~ II ~ " I del ..$149.95 Porteble ..$139.95 of t, he regular season play to the ga,mes played on the Charles Towni!mum, ,the lit~tle CharleSa t aTWn Pan | '.~:--.'t;narles'~.:'Town-' rt,'~ ..... r t~. Jl [ Catamounts in Keyser Friday Junior High ~'chool :hardwoods. thezs staged a 1 s qu rter rally| ....... 2 ~ 4 7 ]| I~ ~ I ~ ~ | night by a 75-64 score. Before this championship clin-to down the little Bulldogs who i~W,~)~' i .; ........... ~ a- , ]| r" ~.J i, ~ ,,i i ha . . ~Klnner i ..........~-a The Rams, who had rolled eas- cher was played, 'however, ,the d forged ahead zn ,the .third |_ . _ '. - 2 - 10 ]i .... r,r~ ~ , ,~ i able Auto ] 1 /~al"lLIO] Electric ily over their arch-rivals by 30 Town and Country Clothiers had period with their 'best scoring ef-|~pmKs, z ............ a ^-# . II Were z.~ r~ow t.yo t points at.the Shepherd field house, eliminated .any potential chance fort of the game. /~zsmon, c ............ II " 2 49 Now 1 50 I I Phonograph lo~t ,control of the boards in ,the the Moose Clu,b might have had Langdon Ott and Oden led thelr, ofr . - 0 01l .... , ~a I ~ rQ ~hS I $15.00 slam-bang battle and could get off for the ,title when they pulled a scoring for Charles Town v.,hile/~mai~'"g~ .......... 200- ,, 1.98 Now i only a sub pal" 48 s~hots ,from ,the 46-45 upset victory over the Moose Tolson and Lamp were high for t~,,v~ ~ ........... 1 o:o 2II | .79 Now 1.1 9 I ] field. Shepherd managed to ,hitmen. ' Martinsburg. [ ...................... I] " ] r~CldJos ] AM-FM C|ock on 27 for a remarkable 56 per In this first game between the In the feature game of :the Totals .......... 24-~-~--73 1.59 Now 1.00 cent but lost ou,~ a~t the charity Moose Climb and the Town and night the fans were treated to one [Martinsburg FG F PLy. ]| ...... ,~,~, ~ ,~ ~ | ' ~W QS " [ Radio ........ $47.95 line' where ,the Catamounts held Coun;trycagers the Clothiers may- of the fastest and highest scor-lSchell, f ............ 1 2-2, 4 II Few Dusters were /u.~3 tx~wvv a.~ l ' '~# I Reg. Price 67.95 .... (Only one) a wide advantage, ed into a slim 12-10 first period ing games ~o De pmyea in Charles|Miller f ............ 3 0-0 6 || . | Paced .by Neale's 25 points and lead. Then after faltering sligh,tly Town this season with Martins-|Pi'tzer' c ............ 8 4-6 20 || ........... . . :'~ ~ , Vi~2~let~'''^ r.~i,ne double figuring scoring by three in l~he second period and falling bur gcom!ngupwi,tha32-goalat-,Bu.tts' c ............ 42-2 10i| BOYS' SUITS REDU ;EI ona cozens i EAM PYREX other regulars, Potoma.c moved a 25-24 score, ,they came ~acK, while Charms Town was no I Stuckey g .......... 5 5-6 15 l| . .. .. , - L ............ I~ i into a 32-29 halftime lead and righ~t back in the third period to slouch a.t scoring from the floor / Haynes ' ~ 10 4-4 24 il 011" otller Ol~lvalues nerv now un =,~,~. ..... $15.00 I Come see our co p e " . posted an eight point edge to re- play the Moosemen on even terms "all|rig m 24. i Bartles, g ....... : .... 0 0-0 0 ii i $15 O0 | Reduced prices, main in front |through the final and went on to win in .the final ~espi,te the tremendous 30-]Bartock, g ..........1 3-4 5|| | 20 minutes, period, point scoring effort of Larry Burns [ ...... [I IIt~t|| l~l~f~ fti|A| | ~.~ ~tA{~U|~JS [ ..... _:' .... | Surorise bargains for those who Three Moosemen shared the Chaz'les Tow~ could not keep pace | Totals ........... 32 20-2 L"LILL ;~ffiAL,. ral raomun attemps to pace Shepherd with scoring honors witch eight points with the victory bent Bulldogs led/Jr Varsity " || ~ ~d ~ | o, ~20.00 ] mention this ad Bill Grant sank nine of his 11 , ~1 I~ lfl~I See the newest thing in cook-21 tallies. Ji,m Conner hit on six each while Simons was high man by Olin, Haynes and Sid Pitzer. t Charles Town FG F Pts. [I --- , -i- x~ Vo 1 ~2_'~i~'vv I ing and serving ware. of ten from the floor for runner- for the Town & Court, try Cloth-Charles Town got behind 25-15[Ot~ f 3 0-1 6|| Phnn~ 2|5 haries /own, ~v. . | " ~1~:..~~ ,__,__...,_. up laurels with 13. iers with 17 points, in the first period and by half,time|Ebersole." "f" ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 1 2-2 4!| ....... | 'ev,sions __ Prices Slashed for fast cleorance. All The loss gave Shepherd an 8-9 In the second game of the even-were ,tz'ailing 53-33. Haynes rolled/aden, f ............. 2 2-2 6 | ~ , ,I record to carry against Beckleying the W & R. caters had to COmplete operation on all channels. All reconditioned, in the WVIC playoffs ~t Buck- stage a last half rally in order to win t.he game and clinch the .ti,t I "-- TELEVISION --- APPLIANCES 122 WEST WASHINGTON STREET hannah. Soap and the passage of time- up to 30 days-will not remove the phosphorescent material. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS le. The Kastle team played the W. & R. boys ,to ,a 12-12 first peztod dr~w. Then in ~he second period the Kastle team rolled in 14 points while holding t'~e W. & R. cagers to six ,points. In ~he final period Bowers and Pittinger developed an improved shooting eye and hit of- ten enough ,for the victory. Dopson was the scoring star for the Kastle tea, m, with 16 poin~s, Bowers was high man for W. & R. team wi,th 11. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY / " :ton's Saved These Special Values for This Special Week-End II I I HAVE A T . $5 - YOUR CHOICE- , or BOTH TESTED, APPROVED, GUARANTEED t 10.95 Ustomer Values 19.9 5 WEATHER COATS Values 3 9.9 $ JUST ONE LEFT ! $S.00 O0 Values 14.95 Make Diamond's ..... Your First Stop Values 89.9 5 BARGAIN TABLE No Exchanges I START with a Youngstown Kitchens Cabinet Sink, a great work-saver in itself. 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