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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1978 it'S on the cuff! Any way you figure it... our free checking is absolutely FREE! There's no.additional charges... like per check costs and monthly service fees. You don't even have to keep a minimum balance in your account to qualify! Start your "free" checking account today! Charles Town Jr. From Page II lead. And they added another 29 points in the second half while giving up only 6 to the Tigers. Donald Jenkins led the'scoring for Charles Town with 11 points, while William Smith had 10; Curtis Hosby 8; Brad Page, Larry Stewart and Craig Ker- shner, each had 6; Kenny Car 4, anl Sam Bailey 3. For Harpers Ferry, Viands had 7 points to be high scorer, with Wines showing 4 and Weaver and Woods, 2 each. In the third game of the af- ternoon, the Panther 7th graders rolled to a 50-26 victory over the little Tigers. Coach Meredith Polen's 7th graders fell behind at the outset by an 11-8 score, but then came on strong in the second period to outscore Harpers Ferry 14-8, to hold a 22-19 halftime lead. The second half of the battle was dominated by Charles Town who scored 28 points while giving up only 7 to Harpers Ferry. Anthony Twyman led the scoring for Charles Town with 14 points, while Curtis Roy and Mark Newman each had 10; Billy Ballenger and Rodd Ramey, 4 each, and Brian Lloyd, 2. For Harpers Ferry, Mumaw, Willis and Conway, each had 6 points while Wilt had 4; Mc- Donald 3 and Blackford I. Friday, the Charles Town Junior High 8th graders had scored a decisive 65-17 victory over the Maryland School for the Deaf cagers in Charles Town. This was the 62nd victory over the past four seasons for the little Cougars as against 19 defeats. Swimmers Second In Mercemburg Quadrangular Meet The Hagerstown YMCA girls and boys swim teams both placed second in a quadrangular meet held at the Mercersburg Academy on February 15. Mercersburg's varsity team won the girls competition with 110 points with Hagerstown in second place with 86 points; Randolph-Macon Academy was third with 12 points, and Massanutten Academy trailed with just 4 points. Local swimmers Jim Rhodes and Matt Meyers scored heavily for the Hagerstown boys team as they trailed only Mercersburg's "B" team in the competition. Mercersburg tallied 126 points TO Hagerstown's 66 points; Ran- dolph-Macon had 64 points and Massanutten was last with 2,5 points. Rhodes placed 2nd in the 100 backstroke and 3rd in the 200 freestyle. Meyers was 2nd in the 100 breastroke and 4th in the 200 I.M. Both Rhodes and Meyers were members of the 2nd place 200 medley relay. CALL FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS PATIOS " DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS" BASEMENT FLOORS POURING-FINISHING IF.. ! Tu.F CO.C--TE Estimates J PRODUCTS Division of Turf Enterprises ePh. 725.7612 or 125-9233 Charles Town, W.Va. i ICougar-Martinsburg Retu rnlMP00.timn00 Friday Night At Plan1978 Battle Jefferson County p.m. on Friday, Jefferson High Big One "It's a sell-out!" That's the first big line on the return match between the Martinsburg High Bulldogs and the Jefferson High Cougars to be played Friday night at 8 p.m. on the Jefferson High hardwoods. Anyone who does not already have a ticket by Friday night need not show up at the Jef- ferson High gym for this battle, because they won't get in, ac- cording TO Don Hetzel, director of athletics at Jefferson High School. All of the tickets were Nicodemus and family from the village, and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Welsh and Randy from Shepherdstown. Mrs. James Cain and Mrs. Harlan James spent Monday in Front Royal, Va., shopping. Mrs. Cora Jefferson remains a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Dora Feigley were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simpson and son from Falls Church, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brengle of YMCA Gid Wi Most A (Is In Happy Creek, were Sunday S n war " visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Areminder to the U.M. Mason Dixon Swim Championshi00 Women of the Middleway U.M. = Church that the meeting has been changed to this Sunday The Hagerstown YMCA girls swim team walked away with the most awards at the Mason- Dixon League girls swimming ch.ampionships held at Walkersville High School on February 18. Seven area girls earned medals or ribbons in the meet. Medals were awarded to the first through third places while ribbons went to the 4th through 6th place finishers. Senior division member Jackie Willingham was 2nd in the free relay, 3rd in the 500 free, and 5th in the 200 free. Kadi Bozman was 5th in the junior medley relay and posted her best time in the 50 free. Prep Julie Benner was 2nd in MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring On Sunday, March 5, at 2 p.m., the Jubilators Quartet from Cumberland, Md., will present a program at the Middleway U.M. Church. Following the program there will be a covered dish dinner. All are welcome to enjoy the fellowship, both the program and dinner. Callers this past week at the home of Mrs. Holmes White were Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns, Tammy and John Vincent, Rev. Charles Frum, Mesdames Virginia Pierce, Herman Reed, Nancy Shutts, Peggy Grantham,. i Messrs. Wayne Dawson, Woodrow Drish and Gary Place. Cindy Cross of Frederick County, Va., was the weekend guest of Mrs. Catherine Cross and David. Mr. Carroll Johnson returned home on Sunday after being a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg. Mr. John Brown and Jane visited his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown in Rippon on Sunday. Misses Judy Frye and Jane Brown attended a birthday party honoring Miss Sarah Potts at her home in Shepherdstown on Saturday. The Full Gospel Pentecostal Church at Middleway, will hold a spring revival beginning March 19 through April 1, at 7 p.m. each February 17, 1978 NOTICE OFSUBDIVISION REVIEW Please take notice that the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at their next regular meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 28, 1978, at 7:30 P.M. in the offices of the Jefferson County Planning Commission m the City of Charles Town, West Virginia, will consider and review the pre-application information and the impact on community of the following proposed project: ! , . a Location Approx. one mile north of Shepherdstown and lying on the west side of W. Va. State Route 5 Size 35 Lots 97 Acres Type of Subdivision Type II Name Of Subdivider Willowdale, Inc. Title of Plat both the 200 free and 50 fly and was 5th in the free relay. Her butterfly time of 31.9 was a personal best. Lisa Titus, Jade Charley, and Tracy Kidwell were all members of the 5th place prep medley relay. Titus and Kidwell both recorded their fastest times ever in the 100 freestyle while Charley registered her best time in the 50 backstroke. Tyke Jenelle Reed was 3rd in the medley relay and 5th in the breastroke. April Reed posted her best times in the tyke 25 free and breastroke in this meet. Hagerstown YMCA will host their third annual invitational girls "B" meet on February 28. night. The public is invited. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Saturday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope in Berryville. Max Dunn, Jr., has returned home after being a surgical patient in the Winchester hospital. Mr. Ernest Corderman of Hagerstown, Md., was a Sunday guest with Mrs. Marjorie Car- per. There will be a guest speaker at the Middleway U.M. Church Sunday, Feb. 26 at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Salley Jo Day from Kempton, Md., will deliver the message. The program is sponsored by the youth of the church. Everyone welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring honored their daughter Rebecca Lee on her 4th birthday with a dinner on Monday. Those helping Rebecca to celebrate were Anessa and Scott Friend, Lee Ann Barrow and Billy Ring. Adults were Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ring, Sr., Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mr. Harry Hartley and Marion Lee Barrow, Jr. Rebecca's birthday cake was made in the form of Donald Duck. A delightful eyeing was spent together. Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Bertha Nicedemus were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nicodemus and family from Berryville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard afternoon, February 26, at 3 p.m. in the social room at the church. Miss Gaila Poston of Alexandria, Va., was a Saturday visitor with Miss Teresa Ring. Cougar's Don Mercer Qualified For State Wrestling Tourney Don Mercer, who has been turning in some fine exhibitions of wrestling for the Jefferson High Cougars this season, was the only wrestler from schools in this area to qualify last Saturday in the Regional Class-AAA meet staged in Fairmont for the state meet to be staged this weekend. Mercer qualifies in the 138- pound competition Carl Cooper, in the 132-pound class, another outstanding Cougar wrestler, won his first match, but then suffered a dislocated elbow in the fourth match and had to drop out. He lost to Bright of Elkins and was in a consolation match. John Shirey, who wrestles in the 98-pound class and John DeRhonda, who wrestles in the 112-pound class, finished fifth in their classes, but only the first four finishers qualified for the state meet. West Fairmont won the Regional with 208x points and Jefferson finished 10th with 47'/ points and Martinsburg had 19. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell and family of Gainesville, Va., were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and family, and Mrs. Vesta Ott of Millville, were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. 1% ON ALL HEATING OIL DELIVERIES IF PAID WITHIN 10 DAYS FROM DATE of DELIVERY t MAIN OFFICE WILL BE OPER' ON SATURDAYS FROM 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM For Your Convenience During the Winter Months COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. : TELEPHONE: 725-7021 o. Willowdale, West II All persons and governmental units having an interest in said proposed subdivision are invited to attend this meeting. Planning Commission files on subdivisions may be reviewed at any time during normal business hours. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission Henry B. Davenport, President Feb. -lt sold at the two schools during the week and no tickets will be sold at the door the night of the game. In the first meeting of the two teams staged in the Martinsburg fieldhouse on January 12, the Bulldogs and Cougars battled into overtime before the Bulldogs managed to forge into a slim lead to take advantage of the fouling the Cougars were forced to do, and broke the game wide open to win by 7 points. Since that game, the Cougars have not lost a ball game and will go into this hattie with a 12-3 record and rated as one of the top teams in the state. Also since that game, the Bulldogs continued to win and they will have a 14-2 record on the line against the Cougars. The lone defeat of the Couga was at the hands of the Thomas Johnson High cage'rs of Frederick, Md., early in the season, while the Cougars have lost to Martinsburg, Thomas 'Johnson and Harrisonburg. the Friendship Harpers Ferry. first meetin of procedures. boundaries a managers, and parents of are welcome to meeting. For the 1978 League to include the Ranson area in Division whose children are and 15 can obtai about the meeting. Fair, and fund Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen, were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Jennifer Cogle, were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family. Roxanne Everhart was an overnight guest Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter, were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman and family of Manassas, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Parkview Trailer Court; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs, Carl Harshman, Terry Gano, of Charles Town; Mrs. Norma Redgers and Debbie and Tracey, were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Marion Frisher and friends of Blue Ridge Acres, were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mrs. Diane Neidringhaus and daughter, and Mrs. Darlene Cole and daughter were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters were guests Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family, were Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harveyl Longerbeam were guestsl Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I Douglas Higgs and family of Walnut Grove. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogie. i were guests Saturday with his father, Mr. Herbert Cogle, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg, were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mrs. Liza Whitmore and family of Charles Town, were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors on Friday with Mr. and Mrs Timothy Stewart and family Fox Glen. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Mrs. Lillie Mae Weller, a resident of the Junction, died in' Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday. Much sympathy is extended to the family. Mrs. Earle Miller who has been on the sick list, is im- proving. / Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Housden spent last Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker in Chambersburg, Pa. Mrs. Mike Holland, of Leesburg, underwent an ap- pendectomy in the Leesburg Hospital last week. Her sister-in- law, Mrs. Billy Henderson, and son, are there taking care of her two children. We hope she will soon return home much im- proved. Mrs. Katherine Rudolph, 'of Winchester, Va., recently visited her aunt, Mrs. Cabel Tapscott. Miss Camilla Wiltshire recently spent the weekend with Miss Lilliam Myers. Mr. Wilson Johnson is a patient in Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md. His friends wish him a complete recovery. Mrs. Robert Brady hosted the meeting of the Edgewood Ext. Homemakers Club of Jefferson County at the Jefferson County Community Center, with 13 members present. President, Mrs. Henry Mc- Donald, presided. For devotions, Mrs. Wallace Welsh used a scripture cake recipe for her theme. Each member received a copy and followed along as she read the ingredients. She closed with a prayer. Being homemakers, roll call was answered with members responding by naming spices. On Feb. 9, the bloodmobile was in Charles Town, and Mrs. Brady helped Mrs. Harold Burh- man make cookies, and she and Mrs. Fleet Writt called named for donors. New business discussed included the upcoming Mountain Heritage and Arts Fair to be June 9-10-11, with the emphasis on more home baked goods at the homemakers booth. Members were asked to save cancelled postage stamps and it was established that their community project was to donate to the Jefferson County were of special enjoyed a craft Wallace Welsh helping to make favors, Locust Grove during hostess served Mrs. Gilbert door prize. Club will March 8 at 7:30: of Mrs. Darwin Y lesson "Mark Woman in her presented. Friends of Mr. a former resident ! are sorry to knOW in Jefferson him a Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and sons, of are visiting brother-in-law and Mrs. Earle Mr. and Mrs. Shenandoah Sunday with his sister-in-law, Mr 'Earle Miller. ON STEEL ( President cided to quotas on specialty foreign an import situation, House announCt' Elderly to more for THE OP SHOP 112 W. Liberty St. Charles Town, w.Va. OPEN Tuesdays & 10 AM - 4 PM Operated for The The Old Opera House -- Theatre Guild Volunteers. Consignments & Donations Clothing and Household Items Sold. Come in and Browse at the fun Place to ShOP Town. FOR INFORN 725- 4398 Your Friendly Pet Supply PEOPLES Is ever expanding to NEW Chatham Chunx 2/25 lb. ON $ 50LB. Sunflower Seed REG. 2/20 lb. Little Friskies $1 1/50 lb. Purina Dog Chow PEOPLES Charles Town, W, TELEPHONE 725