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.... " l 0 James Paul McNeal, both ofT SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARlVI[ERS ADVOCA Hagerst0wn, Md.; George Hott of muT~DanAv ~:~DDITIDV 04 11"~ ] ~*; #- Moorefield and Joe Stanislawczyk [ liiw,~o~, r,,,O~lJ~ ~, ~ . __.,~ .. , i0! of Keyser. PANTHERS FAVORED [best sportmanship; and Joseph Hedgesville defeated Pa~ lip ~il While Petersbur~ High is thetLusa' James Taylor and Franklson tIigh last March to ~[=~! defending Sectional champions, Varacalli for the most valuable I Sectional crown and they ~[ilm having defeated Charles Town in i player, best defensive player and I pected to retain the cha~[~l~ the tournament finals last March, 1all tournament team ship again this yearr!|l|l| NG OF TEAAGMU: gymnasium, the Home Alter team it' s, Charles Town High's Purple i " . ~ ik~.'~ in which had forfeited a game to Panthers who will go into tourna- . ]l'h tn the Citgo team on Monday night, ment play as the favorites since ]l ~• I ~ • • ~ ~ l l I~I • ~l~tl ' Team " W. L. was themselves the recipient of their 14-4 record is far superior to I 1 ~ • i ~ l • • ~ ~1~ L ~_- *'~ |I1~ ~! ~ Leon's Cltgo 7 0 a forfeit victory Thursday night any of the other four tournament ]lregular seasonames I l--eli-- --I'l--lm ~i Harpers Ferry 6 1 by the Kastle s Men Shop. AndteamS.charles Town split a Hair of I I Having sold my home I will sell the following items at Terlt~ ,. . Knights of Pythias4 3 in the two game that were played w~h the ! Height~, on Route 51 3 miles East of Inwood, West Virginia ~ ca~a~ Home Alter 2 5 Leon's Citgo scored a 67-58 vic- g , Po, A. T. & T. 1 6 Kastie's Men's Shop 1 6 tory over the Knights of Pythias Vikings of Petersburg, winning ,-~--~TTn~r .*.,n.~.* ~ 1"""- tt and Harpers Ferry trotmced the on their home floor and losing toll alUK l, J.¥L~-kJ~l-1 O~ ~I}O ~get o GAMES FOR~EB.~81 MARCH 3 A.T. & T. boys. thepa Vikings in Petersburg. The JI ...... SALE BEGINNING AT 1-00 P M |~anv_ MONDAY FEB. 28 Manpower proved to be the big nthers also hold a pair of wins f1 ,4[tf~at~l difference in the Citgo-Knights over the Berkeley Springs High " " ~ locat" I (At Harpers. Ferry High) , of Pythias battle with the K. of c ~ai 6:30 p. m. A. T.& T. vs Kastle s P' team having only five players 7:30 p. m.. Leon's Cltgo vs Harp- on hand Thursday night. Clarence ers Ferry Branson again led Leon's Ci~go 8:30 p. m. - Knights of Pythias to the victory with 21 points, vs Home Alter while Hunter had 11, Miller 1Q, THURSDAY, MARCH 3 Mills 8, Mahoney 6, Meyers 5, Whittington 4, and Washington 2 (at Charles Town, Jr. High points. For the Knights of Pyth- [7:00 p. m.. Home Alter vs Leon's ias the scoring was pretty well a~l~r$ Ferl~ I1 ished); Crocks; Old jars; Chest; Stand (very old); Baske Citgo • ° , getting 15 points, followed by From Page 1-B ll 1910; 1 Set end tables; 1 Set end tables and Coffee table AUGIE JUST LEFT. He was m to make hm weekly de s:0o p. m.. Knights of Pythias balanced, with Douglas Bailey .i~- o~ l1 Lamps; Lots of What-Nots; What-nol>rack; 1 Calendar pb posit into his Checking Account. He has us automatically vs A. T. & T. Connie Hammann, with 14, Ben- [• match; Electric sweeper; 2 Chairs; Rocker; Bathroom tel 19:00 p. m. - Knights of Pythias ton 12, and Newman 9 and With- be purchased in the various I1 Platform rocker; Silver; Nails; Books; 1 Set Encycloped~ ers 8. transfer 10% to his Savings Account. That's the way to vs Kastle'~ .Mona Shop schools as none will be sold at the Ill 10 gallon Crock, and lots of other items too numerous door. , Ill mention. systematic savings -- the kind that builds a real bank i Action in t-h'e Jefferson County Shephed ~ ~ The tournament committee is/1 ..... , Independent Basketball League made up of Robert Kilmer, Princi f1 z Ula t:ars. account and makes dreams come true. resumed Monday night, Feb.' 14, on the Harpers Ferry High gymn- FROM PAGE 1--B pal of Hedgesville High; Edward Ill TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Rogers,. princ!pal of Shepherds-~[ Not Responsible For Accidents. asium and Leon's Citgo of Shep- spite an illness, scored 12 points ~own n~gn anu wennem wamecK,/1 herdstown continued their unde- and Gary Phalen 10 in the first principal of Musselman High. : HARROW feated record and remained on half to just about trade Morris The awards committee will be/~ ...................... top in the league race without Harvey basket for basket. But Ernest Dandridge, Eleanor Ann il Auctioneer" ED DESIRER even seeing action when they after about three minutes of play Shirley and Betty Jane Dinsmore,/• ~ voh 24.2b were handed a forfeit decision in the second half Morris Ha~Tey for the best cheerleaders and~m ........................... by the Home Alter team. The win began opening up a heavy often- We now pay % Interest an all Savings Accounts. We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits. was the seventh consecutive for Leon's Citgo. At the same time Harpers Ferry, the second-ranked team in the league, had to battle to gain a victory over the Kastle's Men's Shop by an 85-51 score; and the third-place knights of Pythias team scored a 90-35 victory over the A. T. & T. cagers. In the KnigHts of Pyth4as game the K. of P: got balanced scoring from the entire team to roll up their three games, or as many as them. they had lost all season. LED ALL THE WAY The Panthers first had theirPetersburg moved into a slim six-game winning streak broken 10-8 lead in a low-scoring first Friday night when they invaded Hardy county for a return game period and stayed in front all the way. IR the second period the with the Petersburg High Vikings erractic play of the Panthers, The 69-48 defeat the Vikings hand plus some irritation over the man ed them was only their third af the season, aS against 14 victories net in which the officials were But it came as a real surprise to calling the game, prompted Coach Charles Town High fans sinceIJ°rdan to bench his entire start the Panthers had scored an easy ing five for the last six minutes 73-41 Win over the Vikings in of that period. And the reserves December on the Charles Town managed to hold the Vikings to a hardwoods, slim 28-23 margin until halftime. sire attack and gradually pulled away from Shepherd and went on to win. Although Shepherd out rebou- nded Morris Harvey 50 to 46, the Harveyites were better shots in this battle• Again it was Phalen who led the Shepherd scoring attack with 23 points. He also had 13 rebounds. In the consolation round of play Saturday night, the Rams who were already dead tired, ........ one of the highest scores of the bounced back with enough energy • points, while Stewart was the league this season. They took and and determination to defeat West I scoring star for Petersburg and early lead over the A. T. & T. Virginia State 99-92. And they I of the game with 24 points, and led all the way. For the rolled up their highest point-seer- Stewart and Charles Town's Knights of Pythias Jim Ross led ing of the tournament in gaining • R0n Puller were the only two the attack with 20 points, follow- this victory. I~ game casualties via the personal ed by Roger Ramey •with 17, Tay- In staging this great comeback W ~ foul route, lor with 12, Hammann and Bent- in their fourth battle in four on 10 each, Hill and Bailey eight nights, the Rams gained the ad- In the Saturday night battle each and Newman 5. For A. T. miration of the some 5,397 fans , with Williamsport, Charles Town & T. Thurl Roy was almost a one in the Civic Center. • l II stayed right in the ball game way scoring show with 18 of the And for this effort the Rams ¢~ P' until the last 30 seconds of play 35 A. T. & T. points• Stonebaker received a handsome trophy and when once-beaten Wflliamsport had six for the losers, Warnick 5 Phalen, who once again led the • - - ........... I picked up four crucial points and • With the regular season of play me ms mcuon of oemg me only and Pickett 4. Rams on both offense and de- just about over, except for one team on the Panther schedulei "~:'- ~-~.. .......... The Harpers Ferry . Kastle fense, rolled in 26 points and ~hat ~'harle- ~ow- coulan * bea* I~ was ~ene Gross, who led the game featured, a scoring duel be- grabbed off 17 rebounds despite game Saturday night with Shep- ~ . ~_ .~.~ ". -- ~..~•.':l Wildcats to victorY withl8 points, tween Bob Brown of Harpers the fact he was playing with a herdstow , the Charles Town m me rrmay mgn Dame cl:nche ........ High cagers are looking forward , " w~u ~ u the game xor me Ferry and John Schultz of the raw blister on one heel. Petersburg, Coach Jordan s boys Marvlanders with their ¢n, r i~t to post-season tournamen play has- pr pa- biy ...... moor worse mgnt mi-,,*o ................. - - Kastle team, with Brown getting In 'closing out their 1965 66 which oper~ naxt. week in~ Peters- of the season for bad passes, per- t ~,,.,,..~,~:.,~o- .• :,..31. points and Shultz 20. season in such' a~ blaze 'of glory, burg. And the h ae-str tch drive sonal fouls eommRted, peer signet rne.•mJier W,h iamsport team " Brow !s high,for H rp- Carl Hartman's Rams Won 10 of proved to be the most rugged and-,~'-- ~.u= .................... puu. u,~y m ~.~. con~roilea. _. me ooaras'_ most of the ers Ferry, with Willis and Jack- their last 15 games and three of most disastrous" part of the 19,65 .~ .~- ...... ............way, pinking off 45 rebounds to son each scoring 15, Trail and the five games they did lose were xne ranmers were no~ tony • 33 for Charles Town and they ut Jones 12 each. Shultz's 30 points hy margins of four or less points. 66 ~on for the Panthers. outplayed by the V~kings on the --a .................. ........ , ..... go ~¢~ me ranmers z~ [o zz v m was high for the Kastle, with It was rugged for Co~ch Bill gear,s, ou~ may were o,,tgoamu iamsp~rt had 23 for 58 from he Burch getting 11, Caniford 6 and $ Town TO- Jordan's cagers because the from both the floor and the foul f ......... Charge • ~ • leer ann ~Darles Town only J aa Walker 5. heavy February snows caused hue Petersburg registered 22 2 --" • 2 Although some members of the , postponeamnt of games and fore- field goals to 21 for Charles TOwn B o i ..... Home Alter team showed up for From Page 1-B ed the Panthers to go into battle .... " y e m ng up eru 'al and at the foul hue they sank 25 oi ........ "" their scheduled battle with the tournament play will be $1 for seven times in a two-week period of .~a ~hO~ while ~h~ m,,,n P n~s m me las[ seconds cn , instead of the routine two games .......... - - q arter Wflhamsport held s [m Citgo cagers, not enough was on adults• Students tickets will be hit only 6 of 14. Cheries Town leads being, -- t-- ~a ~ ~ ~ hand at game time to get the 50 cents and they will be sold per week. And last week's action , ~, .... ,~ ---" ....... drew 22 personal fouls and one end of the first ~eri~d ~.~ v..~ at action underway and so the offi- only at the door. was somewhat disastrous for the technical on Coach Bill Jordan, hal'ftime and 48~ at~t'l~eend of cials handed Citgo a forfeit. Four officials have been named Panthers in that they !o~t two of while Petersburg had 12 called on the third period In Thursday evening's action at to handle the tournament games. In the final period both teams the Charles Town JUnior High They are Ralph Ott Long and shot poorly, with Charles Town-- ...... ...... porthittingtwo°nly 3 Offer 13. 18 and Williams- SI )0r':s l '$ ~ Vii i~ $ Walkers was the scoring star of the battle for Charles Town, (From Page One) with 16 points, while Kenny Car led the Panthers on the boards with 16 rebounds. ONE SOUTHERN Confe 'nce'coaz says: ' If you're look- In the preliminary game which ing for a real darkhorse in the (SC) tournament, pick VMI. veryalS° provedend oft° be aboththrillerthe regulart° the That's the kind of team that.:ould.really surprise everybody." game and the overtime which was[ HARRY DRILL, our rugged individualist representing necessary, the Williamsport Jun: ior Varsity scored a 50-48 decis- Harpers Ferry and a fellow who knows far more about that But in the third period the Vikings, led by Jay Stewart, real- ly broke the game open and moved into a 50-38 lead. They added another nine points to this margin in the final period. • Ernie Jones was again the big gun for Charles Town with 19 Saturday night the Panthers ran into more trouble in playing host to the Williamsport (Md.) High WUde ts, and they dropped | their fourth pine of the season, and their second to Wiltiarnsport, this time by a 57- maTgiQ., This loss gQve the Marylande~ ion, over Charles Town's Jay- vee Jimmy. Hammond and Skip Whitmore led the Charles Town attack with,15 and 14 points re- spectivel~r, While Greg Rouse was high* man ::for the Williamsport Jayvee , HOURS: Monday Thru Friday - 8. a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Satin-day - 8 a. m. to 11:45 a. m. As our Final Year doses March 31, 1966, this Sale is for the purpose of r !mdllg our Stock before Inventory - therefore all Fabrics will be reduced. NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS HANDLED AT SALE PRICES. historic city than John Brown ever did, made the big switch last Friday . . . from automobile to motorcycle• He bought himself a Norton 400, complete with all the fixins', like saddle bags, a white helmet and a dozen or so other modern devices which go along with the two-whe l transportation. Harry told us today; "if that son of mine can ride a' motorcycle, so can I, and you better believe me." .. O. K., Harry, we'll be watching I ! GARY PHELAN of the Shepherd College basketball squad distinguished himsdf in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament at the Charleston Cvic Center, where he was one of three unanimous all-tourney selections. Hot Rod Hundley, the old West Virginia hoop star, was on the premises to present the awards... SHEPHERD, incidentally, pl, yed before a record arena audience of 5,398 when the Rams whipped West Vir nia State, 99-92, for third place on the same program Which saw Wesleyan stun Morris Harvey, 86-84, for the state title... SAM HUFF, the Washington Redskins grid star, who went to Viet Na . recently to talk with our soldiers, made a. big hit and got a lot of publicity, including a piece in the Wash- ington* Star .that was exceptionally good. So good, in fact, that Senator Jennings Randolph had the story entered in the Congressional Record. That's our Senator, alright. Never misses a trick.. GEORGE BLANDA, an All-Pro quarterback in both the National and American Football Leagues, will be the principal speaker at the annual TAC Club sports banquot in win- chester, Va., on April 2... C. GARY $MITH has been named racing secretary at Shen- andoah Downs and will begin his duties with the tart of the spring meeting on March !8. He replaces Warren Wolf who held the job for the past thre yeaxs.. HIGHLEY RODERICK says: "A tiger thv tank is all right, but there are too maay cars with a ,o key at the wl ee|!" ! I I J. Wellingthrip Pomerish III beat. the Dodge Boys II • We have a standing bet that if anyone really shops around for a new car and compares style, performance, and price, he'll buy a Dodge° J. Wellingthrip took us up on it, but he didn't buy a Dodge. h[a Roils. Teld us his family has ....... He boug ever bought anything else. Okay, we "\ lost that one. Butnow it's truck time at / the Dodge Boys, and we'll bet J. Welling- j ! [ t thrip again, that if, he intends to buy any g iTZ l ] I I type of truck and compares price, trade. _1, . , in allowances and warranty*, he'll buy a / iDodge, We'll offer you the same bet. / " i * | *HERE'S HOW THIS WARRANTY COVERAGE PROTECTS YOU*. | I .Qhryalor Corporation warr[nts for 5 years or 50, .000 miles or 1500 | |~ • .. J~eur~of ~eea~JW~ wl~che~ colt~tfll;ll. Q~l~at defeste In mete,late I ', Ie • Cerporation authorized dealer's place of bultnell tpuloline and | | @~kin~ dte*ef,en~lnee (l.e. bl0d( hee, ds, ~d Internal p~tz) In,like I | manifold, water purrko, flywheel, flywheel housing, dutch housing. [ l torque converter, tramm~isaion (Le.. case and internal parts, exclud- J | Ing manual clutch), transfer case and all interred parts, drive shafts, | i center bearings, universal joint~ driving axles and differentials, and ] I drive wheel bearings of Its new Dodge trucks, ~ovlded the owner has I I '(T) ~e engihe oil ,hanged ~nd 0niversaI joints (except sealed-type) / | lubricated and the oil-bath.type c~rbureter air filter clashed every / [ 3 ran,ha or q000 mll~ (every 2 months or 2000 miles on models 400 | [ through 10~0), whichever comes first, (2) the engine oil filter replaced [ [ and dry-type carburetor air filter cleaned avery imeond oil ehonge, and [ I dry-type cerbucetor air filter element rephced every ~4.000 miles, 1 [ (3) the crankcase ventilation system cleaned and ler~4ced every 4000 I / miles and (4) the tranemission transfer caee and driving axle lubrl- [ / cants changed ovary 32,000 mites (every 20,000 miles on models 400 / [ through 1000), The foreeotflg lervicea must he performed more often | [ when reasonably required due to severe dust or regular "str4~ and go" l I eperation. Ever~t g months the owner mhe.t furnish to suetl a dealer | | evidence of performance of the required ~ervice and request the | i dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence end (2) the truck's i then current mileage. J East W~shington Street Charles Town, W. Va.