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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1985 o The Pandas team of the F amtern Panhandle Gymnastics Club hosted the Warrenton (Va.) Ponies in a big Valentine Gymnastics meet Friday night at the Hedgesville Middle School and they won a full share of honors in all divisions of competition. In the Class III compulsory only division, 13-14 age group, Jennifer Tassa and Gretchen Yost competed. Jennifer took 2nd on Vault with 7.75, 4th on Bars with 6.10 1st on Beam with 7.90, 3rd on Floor with 7.O6 and 3rd in the All-Around with a 28.80 score. Gretchen Yost took 3rd on Vault with 7.25, 2nd on Bars with 7.05, 2nd on Beam with 7.65 and 1st on Floor with 8.00 and 2nd in the All-Around with a 29.85 total. In the Class Ill optionals, Cindy Cesa and Tonla Knipple competed in 12-14 age group. Cindy Cesa took 1st in Vault with 7.75, 1st On Bars with 6.65, 3rd on Beam with 5.50, and tied with Tonia for 1st on Floor with 6.95. She took 1st in the All-Around with 26.85. Tonia Knipple took 2nd on Vault with 7.0, 2nd on. Bars with 4.85, 4th on Beam with 4.10 and tied with Cindy Cesa for 1st with 6.95. She finished 2rid in All- Around with a 22.90 total. In the Class IV (12-14 division), Trina Mason, Alicia Thomas and Kristie Hammond competed. Kristie took 3rd on Beam with 6.40, 2nd on Floor with 7.55, 2nd on Vault with 7.55 and 3rd on Bars with 8.00. The Shenandoah Valley Pony Club, + meeting in early February, has an- nounced a busy season of activities and competitions. The session was held February 10 at the home of Ruth and Dennie du Brown, near Sharp- sburg, Md. Fonda Thomsen, district commis- sioner, announced that farm visits by a veternarian are scheduled for March and testing for ratings were set for Spring and Fall. Teams were assigned to begin study sessions for the Capital Regional Knowdown March 17 in Germantown, Md.; dressage in May; games and show jumping in June; and camp, tetrathalon and combined training in July. National competitions are set for July and August, and a trail ride and "picnic has been scheduled for + September. Members viewed a" film on sound- ness in horses, established committees for maintaining the pony club library, scrapbook, equipment, instructors list, maps, publicity, fund raisers and potential future club grounds. A membership and fund drive was also initiated. The club, an educational organiza- tion for youths under 21 who are in- terested in horses and horse manage + ment, was formed in 1969 and has a growing membership from Maryland, Pe.~sylvania and West Virginia. As a non-profit organization it must rely, in part, on support in defraying costs. Interested con~butors may contact any pony club member or Fonda Thomsen, Route I, Box 31 Keed~, Md 21756. The next meeting will be held March 3 at the home of Lyn and Nancy Rider, Sharpsburg. + ,+ + Family Four Salad Bowl Teams TiedFor Golden Corral Lead GOLDEN CORRAL LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W L Family Four 11 1 Salad Bowls 11 1 Chop Steak 10 2 Blue Unicorns 8% 3% Depeadables $ 4 Oniml Rings 8 4 Eazy Ryders 7% 4% T-Bones 6 6 Rainbows 6 6 The Rib Eyes 6 6 Pot Luck 6 6 HfllbRlle's 5 7 Green Peppers 4 8 Beef Tips 4 8 Shish Kabobs 4 8 Beef Steaks 4 8 Prime Rib 3%8% Golden Girls 3%8% Hot Buns 2 10 Lifesavers 2 10 The Family Four and Salad Bowl teams are deadlocked for the lead in the second half of action in the Golden Corral Family Bowling League, both showing 11-I records with the Chop = ~ jnst a point back in third place. ] In the action of the week of Feb. 8 + " Cindy Wright rolled the high single game with a score of 211 and also the + high individual set score with a 572. Sandy Smith rolled the second high game score, a 201and Ann Jenkins had the second single set score, 522. '[~he Salad Bowls had the high game scratch score, a 660 and the Beef Tips + lhe high handicap score 748. The Salad Bowls also rolled the high series scratch score a 1705, while the T-Bones had the high set handicapped team score 2079. Joy Latham of the Beef Steaks has the high league individual average ; with a 152. Kristie took 3rd in All-Around with 29.50 which qualifies her for W. Va. State Championships. Alicia Thomas took 3rd on Vault, with 6.70, 2nd on Bars with 8.20, 2nd on Beam with 7.55, 3rd on Floor with 7.35, and 2nd in All-Around with 29.80. Trina Mason took 1st place across the board with 7.80 on Vault, 8.30 on Bars, 8.60 on Beam, 8.60 on Floor and 33.30 in All-Around. Jennifer Schaffner, Elisabeth Chakmakij n, Betsy Carlisle, and Amy Hampton competed in Class IV (9-11 age group). Jennifer Schaffner took 4th on Vault with 7.10, Ist on Bars with 8.05, 4th on Beam with 7.10, 4th on Floor with 8.00 and 4th in All-Armuxi with a 29.70 total. Elisabeth Chakmakian took 3rd on Vault with 6.75, 2nd on Bars with 8.00, 3rd on Beam with 7.85, 1st on Floor with 8.50 and 2nd in the All-Around with a 31.10 total. Betsy Carlisle took 5th on Vault with 6.15, 5th on Bars with 7.35, 2nd on Beam with 8.15, and 2nd on Floor with 8.30 and 3rd in All-Around with a 29.95 total. Amy Hampton took 1st on Vault with 7.25, 4th on Bars with 7.55, 1st on Beam with 8.40, and 3rd on Floor with 8.20 and Ist in All-Around with 31.40. All of the Class IV had qualifying scores or better in this competition. Mrs. Pat Carlisle presented each of the competitiors with a gymnastics poem and a Valentine treat. Valley Hardware Leaders In Monday Night Ladies' Loop MONDAY NIGHT LADIES' LEAGUE Now For 1 Teams Organizing 985 Spring Season The Jofferson High School "Cougar" tennis teams are now organizing for the Spring season. The high school progam includes a varsity boys team, ~ varsity girls team, a junior varsity boys team, and a junior varsity girls team. This allows for some sixty girls and boys, grades ten through twelve, to become involv- ed. Beginners, particularly those in grades ten and eleven, are welcome. An important meeting will he held on Friday, February 22, during first activity period in the lecture room. This is a very important meeting. Despite marked improvement all through the season, the Jefferson High wrestling team failed to qualify a single grappler for state competition in the regional tournament at Fair- mont last week-end. Competing against fifteen other schools, the best Cougar wrestlers could do was capture a couple of fifth places and a couple of sixths. Bobby Delgade (98) was fifth with a 12-0 decision in his final match; Mike Breeden (112), also finished fifth with a pin in 4:01 of his final match; and Roy Jackson (145) also finished fifth. Tom Sullivan (119) picked up a sixth place; Jeff Jones (155), Ted Shuff (165) and Monte Ridgeway (Unl.), also came in sixth. In fact, only three area wrestlers qualified for state competition. From Hedgesville, they were Bryant Cosner (167) and Martin Albanese (155). And from Martinsburg, Mike Lupis (98) placed second in regional competition. As for Jefferson, Coach Gary Wrat- chford's young team, which improved steadily as the season progressed, gained valuable experience which still stand the Cougars in good stead for the 1985-66 season. STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W L Valley Hardware 9 3 White's Market 8 4 Smoot's Ins. 8 4 Head Hunters 7 5 Golden Corral 6 6 Propst Plumbing 6 6 Ronald's Nuggets hold an eight point Carlyle & Anderson 6 6 lead over the Smooth Shakes. In this Lee's Auto Repair 5 7 league's action last week in a bottle for Exercise Studio 5 7 second place S. Myers had a 426 series ~ecialty Binding 5 7 with games of 133, 131, and 162. D. M.T. Strider 4 8 Propps had games of 125, 149, and 218 Community Oil 3 9 for a 455 series find S. Somers had The race for the lead in the Monday games of 157, 121 and 148 for a 426 Night Ladies' Bowling I.e.ague at series. Shenandoah Lanes for the second half SENIOR LEAGUE of league play has developed into a Teams W L close one almost from top to bottom " Ronald's Nuggets 38% 25% with the Valley Hardware girls leading Mixed Shakes 30!/2 33% by just one point over White's Super America's Choice 30 34 Market and Smoot's Insurance. In action Feb. 18 Carla Edwards French Fry Gang 29 35 rolled the high individual game score, With Ronald's Nuggets solidly en- trenched in first place the real battle an even 200, while Carrie Showen was in the Senior Division of league play second with a 193 and Patty is now between the Mixed Shakes and Braithwaite and Geraldine Dorsey tied America's Choice. for third with 189 games. Carla Ed- In this past week's action in this divi- wards also rolled the high individual sion of league play, S. Myers had a 426 set score a 545 and Carrie Showen was series with games of 133, 131, and 162, second with 528 and Patty Braithwaite while D. Propps had games of 126, 149 third with a 498. and 218 for a 455 series and S. Somers Hi~h team game scere was rolled by had games of 157, 121 and 148 for a 426 the Head Hunters, with a 913 score; series. Propst Plumbing was second with 910 and White's Market third with 891. The high team set score was a 2634 rolled Travel Association by the Carlyle Anderson team, with Has 1985 Travel Propst Plumbing and Heating second with 2606 and the Head Hunters third 6uide Available with 2602. Joan Jenkins is the top bowler in the league with a 167 average, while Carla Edwards is second with a 160 average and Cathy Woodward third with 159. -McDonald's Youth Bowling League BANTAM LEAGUE Teams W L Big Mac 41 7 The Little Fries 28 2@ French Fries 27 22 McNuggets 20 28 Saturday Sundaes 15 33 Happy Meal Men 13% 34% The Big Mac's are making a run- away of the action in the Bantam Divi- sion of the McDm,~Ad Bowling League leading the pack by 13 games. In the most recent leagueaction in the Ban- tam I mgue, J. Hall had high games of 66 and 105 for a 171 series; while P. Dar~ had games of 77 and 103 for a 180 series, with S. Linton also rolling a 180 series with games of 87 and 93. PREP LEAGUE Teams W L Six MeNuggets# 39 35 Super Value Pack 35% 27% Thick Shakes 38 28 Fry Guys 33 31 Hash Brown 32% 31% Big Macs 32 32 Mac Attack 29 35 Big Mats 18 44[ Action in the Prep League of the McDonald's Bowling League at Shenandoah Lanes is very close with the Six McNuggets leading the pack by just 2% points. In action in this division of play the past week 12-year-old Mason Wolfe rolled a fine 481 series with games of 141 and 122 and 218. P. Smallwood bowled games of 119, 153 and 135 for a 407 series and D. Whitacre6owled a game of 150. JUNIOR LEAGUE Teams W L McNuggets 35 25 Big Mac Attacks 39 25 Super Value Pack 32 32 Smooth Shakes 27 Super Nuggets 2"/ 36 French Fry Gug 27 36 In the Junior Division of play Students are encouraged to attend and see what is offered. The first day of practice is March 1. March 16, a clinic will be held at the JHS gym'w4 th several guest instruc- tors. The puri3o~e of the clinic will be to instruct~the players and to sharpen the skills of the advanced player. March 22 and 23, the annual indoor tournament will be held on the carpet court in the JHS gym. For additional information on the upcoming high school season see coach Glenn Edwards at the school, The following senior citizens ac- tivities for the week of February 25 through March I have been announc- ed by the Jefferson County Council on Aging as follows: Feb. 25, Monday: 10:30 a.m. - Preventicare Exercises - Senior Center. Feb. 26, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. - Com- munity Center Citizens Meeting - Mon- thJy Birthday - Games, Arts & Crafts - Sack Lunch, Bolivar Community " Center; 12 Noon - Senior Citizens Bowl- ing League - Shenandoah Lanes, Rt. 34o, East; 1:00 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Bolivar Community Center, (Appt, required); 1:00 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Charles Town Library, (Appt. re- quir~), 1:00 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Charles Town Library, (Appt. re- quired); 6:30 p.m. - Heart-To-Heart Program-City Hospital-Call 263-8971 for more info. Feb. 27, Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. - - Tax Cotmseling- New Street Methodist Church, Shepherdstown, (Appt. re- quired); 10: 30 a.m. - Preventicare Ex- ercises - Senior Center; 12 Noon - Alzheimer's Disease Family Support Group Meeting - Charles Town Library Auditorium - Call Anne Buz- zy for more information 725-5498; 1:30 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Senior Center ( Appt. required). Feb. 28, Thursday, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. - Regional Senior Advocate Assistance - Senior Center (Consumer complaints, Medicare, Insurance, Nursing Homes, etc.) Contact Larry Crawley-Woeds 725-4044 or 725-5498; 2:00 p.m. - Free Guitar Lessons - Senior Center; 1:00-4:00 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Charles Town Library (Appt. required). Mar. 12, Friday - 10:30 a.m. - Preventicare Exercises - Senior Center; 1:00 p.m. - Tax Counseling - Bolivar Community Center; 2:00p.m. - Jefferson County Council on Aging Board of Directors M~ing - Senior Center. The Aging Nutrition Services Pro- gram of Jefferson County serves a hot nutritious meal daily, Monday thru Friday at 11:30 am. in the Senior Center dining room in Ranson; also the Bolivar/Harpers Ferry Satellite serves meals on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:00 noon in the Bolivar Community Center. All senior Citizens age 60 or over are invited to par- ticipate in this program. Reservations should be made in advance by calling 725-9500 and 535-6990. Anyone desiring information on ser- vices which are available to senior citizem age 60 or over is urged to con- tact the Council on Aging Project Director, 725-4044 or 725-5498. NEW MARKET, Va. -- The Shenan- doah Valley Travel Association has an- nounced the publication of its 1985 Travel Guide. This Guide is the most comprehensive of its kind for the Valley area, which stretches 2OO miles from Harpers Ferry, WV to Roanoke, The Shepherd College basketball Va. ThIS is the 14th annual edition of team will close out regular season play a Guide. Saturday night at Sarah Cree Hall in Attractions, lodging facilities, shopherdstown when the Rams host restaurants, and campgrounds which Davis and Elkins hta 7:30 WVIAC are SVTA members are listed bv area contest. in the56 page booklet, along with their D and E has an even worse record current ig~i rates. Additiofially: there than Shepherd, which currently is 8 is a special Business/Servic~ section and 18, as it prepares to participate in categorizing SVTA member the WVIAC tournament at the businesses, by type of business, and Charleston Civic Center next week, providing the reader with the February 26-March 2. business's location and telephone In more recent games, shepherd has number. A two page map inside the Guide lists area attractions, been a victor only once in three starts. In WVIAC games on the road, West The Guide, a four color descriptive Liberty tripped Coach Bob Starkey's folder, and a Calendar of Events is available by sending fifty (50) cents Rams, 70 to 62, then Wheeling dealt (for postage and handling) to the Shepherd its10th WVIAC loss, 64-52 at Shenandoah Valley Travel Amocia- Wheeling. tion, P.O. Box 488, Dept. TG~, New In a game with Slippery Rock in Market 22844. The organization also Shepherdstown, Shepherd posted a operates the Valley Tourist Informa- 93-79 victory as sophomore Bobby tion Center seven days a week at Exit Boyd scored 20 points and sophomore 67, Interstate 81, New Market. center Jason Paar tossed in 19. U.S. Savings Bonds. Or easier still, Now paying 10.94%. iii :a through your Pay- U.S. Savings roll Savings Plan. bee Bo.+ no pay 10.94%. +,+,+.+ : higher variable interest rates--like money market "50 Q&A," U.S. Savings Bonds accounts. At the current rate, you Divia~, Washingum, DC 20226. could double your mone~ in less than seven years. You can buy Bonds at most financial institutions. ~ ~/-a~f T~ ~" Variable rat~ apply to Bonds purchased on and after 11/1/82 and hem at least 5 years+ Bonds purchased before 11/1/82 earn variable rates when hekl beyond 10/31/87. Bor~s hdd less than 5 y~rs earn lower interest. A pubt~ st'P ice of th~ puhbca+~n. ear The 1984-85 scholastic basketball Monroe led St+ Maria season is rapidly winding down and, as Last Friday, a West it does, there are signs the Jefferson AAA foe, Keyser, High Cougars are beginning to find defensive effort in their bearings, to a 70-54 victory over With only three contests remaining Shenandoah Juncton, on the regular schedule (Loudoun trailed by only a single County away Wednesday night, Mar- time. tinsburg away next Tuesday, and The potency of the Hedgesville away next Wednesday) can be seen in the Coach (~mrlie Scott hopes those signs which show only of improvement will bear fruit come double figures (10} for sectional tournament time in early In a make-up game March. Jefferson was again a In the latest outing, Tuesday even- a 59-58 overtime decision ing at Shenandoah Junction against Valley, a loss one of the area's top-rated teams, St. rent record seven wins Maria Goretti of Hagerstown, the and eliminates the visiting Gaels were hard pressed to regular winning season. finally pull' away from the Cougars and post a 54-48 win. A patient Loudoun Earlier in the year, at St. Maria. the in& control after Gaels had an easy time, winning 80 to pired with the score tied 54, but it wasn't easy Tuesday evening, the ball for more than Jefferson, lacking size but making taking its first shot up for that deficiency with quickness 58-56 lead. Leroy and desire, fell behind in the first 58-all tie when he 1 quarter, 16-7, but pulled nearly even in rebound for Jefferson. the next two periods. However, St. Again, patience paid offt Maria put on a fourth quarter spurt, Valley. With outscoring Jefferson 10 to 4 early in the Scott Lesmes was fouled fourth quarter to ice the decision, and calmly sank one free! In scoring Wayne Puller led Jeffer- the victor) son with 13 points, Todd Grantham had Walter Roberts led 12 and Leroy Newel] 10. Rodneyscoring with 22 points, Shepherdstown Striders Plans Fo Busy Running The Shepherdstown Striders, an holding the Good Nei organization formed to provide an race inOctoher: association for all individuals who Fun Runs for club have an interest in running and other Thanksgiving and aspects of health fitness, will celebrate Spring Runner's their first anniversary on Monday, scheduled for Saturda March 4, at a regular meeting to be be held at Hagerstown held at 7:00 p.m. in the library at Jef- available free of charge toJ ferson High School. have planned a Sumrn~ Ten area runners met in March, Fun Series to be held 1984, at Shepherd College to explore Jefferson counties: the possibility of organizing a club for planning a major race, local runnners. Since that time the Steamer, a 5 mile run numher has grown to 40 and includes stown at 8:30 a.m. on runners from the three Eastern Membership a Panhandle countiesin West Virginia, available at the Washington and Anne Arundel coun- Charles Town: Wester~ ties in Maryland & Frederick County Peoples Bank : Virginia. The Striders are made up of Overhead Sports; all types of runners ranging from those O'Hurley's General Storel who see the activity as an excellent son Security Bank. means for maintaining good health to Any questions elite competitive runners. Shepherdstown StriderS During the first year members of the warded to Striders have" been busy in a number Shepherdstowl of areas. They assisted the Shepherd- Shepherdstown. WV stown Ministerial Association in 304-876-2616. On Qualifications For Federal Jury Service Being Mailed To Panhandle Citizens Questionnaires are now being mail- serve at the Federal CoUrt f ed from the United .States District 'the Posl Office and Court for the Northern District of West in Martinsburg. Virginia to citizens in Berkeley, counties may" also be Hampshire, Jefferson and Morgan grand jury service at anYt Counties which will determine their- of holding Federal court qualifications for jury service in them District of west Federal Court. Clarksburg, Elkins, Every four years, each Federal Wheeling. district court in the country is required Jurors serving in a to reconstitute its jury lists, and the court are paid thirty Northern District of West Virginia is plus expenses for tra now involved in the quadrennial NO Extension project. Altogether, over 290,000 names of Acreage prospective jurors will be selected from the thirty-two counties falling The U.S. Departmental/l within the jurisdiction of the West Virginia Northern District Court. tion programs' signup Questiormaires are sent to citizens ran- the originally domly selected from the master jury said Everett Rank, list. USDA's Agricultural The questionnaires are being sent to Conservation Service determine if those receiving them Requests to extend ti~s meet the basic qualifications for jury are being received from: service in Federal courts. ~ ques- where some farmers tionnaires must be completed, signed able to arrange financi~ and .returned within ten days of plantings. receipt. Those not able to complete the Rank said that jury questionnaires may have so- such owners andopera! meone assist them. for the program while their financing If lack Should a citizen from Berkeley, the reason for not Hampshire, Jefferson or Morgan crop, USDAwill County be summoned for petit jury tracts by fnutual service in Federal court, they would without CAR PARTS Large Selection of Ports and Accessories for DATSUN - SUBARU - HONDAS Aid d otimr Impwt Cers md Tmch Abe ~te Aled~m S/~ Swy/ce PARTS g SUPPLIES FOR FOREIGN CARS g TRUCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES MAIN STORE N. Loudoun St Winch ter, Va. 225O1 703111 7-7175 E001m.917| TOLL FREE JHOURS: I Mon. thru Fri. | 8:30 to S P.M. I Saturday [ Route Charles Across