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glides Town High basket .r haI‘ll“) over the past six at (I been rolling in points “gage of better than a 100 up . average, managed to a their 18th victory in 19 es(lay night on their hurt. but their 71-55 de- er a pesky bunch of .9 High Eagles, was the 99"“, total the Panthers “ ered in the past nine V hers. who in the past have demonstrated an Willem enough to gain - onor of being the 9th oolboy cage team in ma. were not able to from the bothersome . about midway of the “31 And had it not been inside shooting of big Carr and the sizzling ting of Bob Appell, e tmhe Panthers 12-point ' , argin, the Eagles :11 have been cause for I. £151: to the final whistle. “w to the first meeting c“: teams at Hedgesville h George Zamberlan’s mscored a comparatively W by a margin of 26 one Tuesday night . enOugh it was necessary 01"“ 1? Carr to remain in Most of the way in e gesville Eagles, It With Ease As Before . 9 Panthers to keep :Ealllnder control. “98 came out against Mrs displaying a some- . d9Wn, but deliberate, Aug-“mg and shooting VWWhen they found it ,- «use Well enough to keep T upon the heels of the g W}! boys, they struck until late in the final gages hit the scoreboard . , same on a foul shoti ,.F1nk. Appell knotted. " America’s. finest wusher, the luxury you can afferd. for as little as $3.00 . 31% "725-7087 whington Street TOWN, w. VA. ‘7 2. M“! a need ION-cos E lounrncr. C ‘ mm war. 3g; ibis-Xian is full “3° then pro- ' LtO-ohe-half the {MOI-Int for the I?” Call us for the count at 1-1 with a foul, and then came right back with an out side shot to give the Panthers a 3-1 lead and they stayed in front all the way. Then Larry Carr and Bob Ap- pell took over and Carr hit for five straight baskets and Appell hit for four to lead the Panthers to a 23-17 first period lead. Mark Catlett hit for eight points Larry Fink five and Fiery six to account for the 17 Hedgesville points. Carr continued his great inside shooting in the second period hit- ting three more consecutive shots or eight for eight to roll in 18 points in the first half. Appell also continued his fine shooting in the second period hitting two fielders and afoul and Bill Lind- sey coming through with three fielders. Again in this period it was Fink, Fiery and Mark Catlett who died the scoring for Hedges— ville and ‘by half time the Pan- thers had a 39-27 lead, the slimest lead the Panther have held over any other opponent" at the half way mark in some weeks. In the third period John Lor- enz, who had not then able to hit from the floor in eight tries, came up with a hot shooting eye and hit for two consecutive buskets and again Lindsey and Carr con- tinued to score to give Charles Town 3 59-38 edge at the three quarter mark. In the final period Coach Zam- berlan did substitute for Lindsey Lorenz and Appell, but he kept Carr in the action most of the way. Carr’s shooting was sensational in the first three periods as he hit for 10 consecutive fielders be- fore missing and ran his string to 12 of 14 in the third period. The Panthers had a 50-percent shoot- ing mark in the first half and Wound up with a 47-percent on the night by hitting 34 of 80 shots from the floor. The Pan- thers also maintained control of the boards most of the way, with Carr leading the rebounding with 17 and Lindsey getting 16. Carr finished the night with 28 points, just slightly below his per game average of 32.1 points, while Appell had 19 and Lindsey 16. Mark Catlett, the section’s sec- ond leading scorer, right behind 'Carr, hit for only .15 ..points,...or about 15 points under his per game average. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Harry Shirley I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee of El Centro, California arrived by I plane on Wednesday to visit their daughter~in-law, Mrs. William Lee at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Moreland. Mrs. William Lee, the former Mary Anne Moreland. returned to El Centre to visit until her husband is discharged from service next month. ‘ Allen Dodson, who has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haines, Terrico Heights, return~ ed to Satsuma, Florida on Tues- day with his father, William C. Dodson. ' Mrs. Howard Roper, Hanson and Mrs. Harry Shirley were visitors on Tuesday with Mrs. Sam Engle and son, Jay. Mrs. Engle return- ed home on Friday from the Winchester Memorial Hospital having been a patient there for five weeks. Her mother, Mrs. Edith Mercer, Ranson, is spending some time with her. Mr. Marion Lee Barrow spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Misses Susan and Patsy Athey were Sunday callers of Debby Shirley. Harry Shirley, Jr. return ed to school on Monday after be ing sick with the flu for two weeks. Attend Church Regularly LOSE WEIGHT Get amazing results when‘you take our product called SLIMODEX. No preecrip. tion needed. You must lose ugly fat or your money back. SLIMODEX is I tab- let and easily swallowed. No starving, no special exercise no harmful drugs. SLIMODEX costs $3.00 and ll sold on this GUARANTEE: if not satisfied for uny reason, just return the unused portion to the makers and get your full money back. SLIMODEX Is sold by: MOI-'ri‘a‘r'r's PHARMACY Churlee Town Mail Order: Filled Feb. 2078t-pd. DRIVEWAYS HIGHWAYS PARKING LOTS PATCHING Free Estimate: For Details: PHONE (AC-304) 725-2539 JEFFERSON ASPHALT PRODUCTS C0.. INC. I In The Old Marl Pit . 011 Route 51 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. — ,thers Subdue Pesky Regular Season Cage Action But Ends Friday Night; Panthers Meets Martinsburg Tonight For the Charles Town, Martins- 'burg, Hedgesville and Musselman High cagers and fans the sche- dule makers seemed to have save the best for the last in the 1968- 69 regular season action. Many of the sectional schoolboy cage teams have already wound up their regular season action and are just waiting in the wings to come back for an encore in post- season tournament play. But this is not true in the case of the Charles Town High Panthers, the Martinsburg High Bulldogs and the Musselman High Applemen and the Hedgesville Eagles, as all four have at least one big battle facing them yet and in the case of Charles Town they ,have tow still to go. The biggest one of course fac- ing the Panthers will be their meeting tonight (Thursday) at 8 p. m. of the Martinsburg High Bulldogs in Martinsburg. More arden Charles Town and Martinsburg fans than will be able to jush their way into the Martinsburg High gymnasium, will be wanting to see this biggest battle of the season. But only about 850 of them will see it. Hundreds of others will listen in via radio. The two teams met in Charles Town on December 30 and while some 850 wildy excited fans saw the tremendous battle, in which the Panthers defeated the Bull- dogs by an 82-68 score, some 400 other fans were turned away that night. In this first meeting of the two Ylpneel , Range Bread’s corralled ‘ ‘ wmi wesiflavor! Made from an honest-to-goddness old west recnpe teams, Martinsburg’s Bull-dogs who came into Charles Town rat- ed a notch better than Charles Town, but the Panthers came on real strong in the home stretch to score their choice victory of the season. Charles Town will take an 18-1 record into the battle against a Martins-burg team which has look ed great in some games and very inconsistent in others and show a 13-7 record on the season. Then on Friday night the Pan- thers will move into Musselman High School for a return game with the Applemen and this one too could give the Panthers some trouble. Another big Friday night battle will take place at the Hedgesville High gymnasium where the Eag- les 15—5 will be playing host to a fine Wardnesville team which. shows a 15-2 mark on the season. Spring Session Art Classes Opens March County Civic Center A spring session of art classes will be held at the Jefferson Cou v' nty Civic Center, beginning March 3rd, 1969. Instructor will be Mr. Howard W. Wilt, of the Charles Town High Schol faculty. Mr. Wilt has studied art at Shepherd College and has worked in practically every medium. He says he will It's here! A brand new loaf of Old West goodness. Baked chuck wagon style, from the folks who bake Blue Ribbon Sunbeam Bread. And baked from the kind of ingredientsflhomesteaders used. Corn flour, and toasted soya grits. . . a littlerhoney and molasses. All stirred up together for a bread so good your range riders’ll stampede at chow time. Rustle up a, loaf, ya hear, pardner? Look for the Sunbeam loaf With ' ‘ the cowboy brands on the tail give individual instruction in any March 3rd through May 19th. phase of art a student might wantl The fee far the entire course oils, water color, charcoal, pastel I is $15.00. Each person should crayons, pen and ink, wood carv— provide his own working mater- ing, collage or mobiles. ials. There are twelve casels at The classes will be held every the Civic Center for the use of Monday evening from 7:30 till the class. 9:30 for twelve weeks, from i Mr. Wilt says he will give spec- When Your Mind Is On Medicine, Call Us . . . . 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