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SPORTS NEWS AND FROM PAGE 1 VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 : present Saturday night... Charley Cave should also come in for a bow or two also for his efforts during the big events... 17 WELL BALANCED I stle's Mens Shop bowling team, with all of their duckpinners around the 300 mark, won t ce over GAA of Winchester in an Evening Star match Friday night. Nancy Roth's 123 and Amy Alger's 117 were high individually for the night... JESSE LONGERBEAM, hard-running fullback for the Clarke County Eagles last season, has been offered a football scholarship to the University of Virginia. He will take his college entrance exams March 25 and he and his coach Don Maphis, will be guests of the University .that week-end at the inter--squad game... = ete"hm :* FROM :PAGE X--B :~,period end;: Taylor'xtlTird basket knotted ..the score at 27-27 midway of the :second per/od/ but Nelson and ZMichael teamed up to score five :points and put Petersburg in -front to stay the rest of the way. ~ In the third period Charles ~,Town cooled off in their shooting ,-and were outscored 14-12 by ~etersburg to trail 5144 at the =start of the final period. Michael and Alt also hit in the -double figures for Petersburg, ~while Eismon, Brown and Wilson 'O hit in the double figures for Charles Town. Barney, Lutman Lead Attack In the consolation game Roger Barney and Charlie Lutman team ed up to score a total of 41 points t~ lead the Indians to the upset wctory. The two teams battled on almost even terms in the first half, with Romney leading 13-12 at the end of the first period and 25-24 at half time. Then in the third period Bar- ney, who wound up with 24 points gave Coach Max Stackhouse's In- dians a 41-39 lead and they stay- ed in front the rest of the way. With only about two minutes of r,U W W~ I, ,..m m/ ,u PHONE Grade Petroleum uP::ducts for Every Farm DISTRIBUTOR 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~mm m m I tW m Z w~ You Can save on the dot at the friendly... SECTION [ Mrs. John Poland and Mrs. El-, 7, CLASS "AA" ALL TOURNAMENT SELECTIONS t dridge Baker of Martinsburg vis~ I ited Tuesday with Mrs: J. T. Loc- I 2---B I ke. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ERS- THURSDAY, MARCH Naming of an eight-man All-Tournament team was one of the highlights of the awards presen- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks and daughter Jean of Charles Town DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist weer callers one evening recent- ] EYES EXAMINE?, --- GLASSES FITTED [ly with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue [ flours,:--9:45 - 5:O0~Ciosed Tuesday and Thin land children. I OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Only. I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son i /'hone 785 LI2 S. Charles St. Charles Town. Kim of Charles Town were sup- per guests Sunday evening with ~-- Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. ~~ The Leetown P. T. A. will meet ...:.~..:..:.:..:..:..:,.:~= : : at the school house Tuesday night March 14. Mrs. Charles Brewer had a sur- prise birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her mother Mrs. Margie Maphis.~ The Leetown Topper's 4-H Club had their meeting Friday night at the home of G. E. Tabb, with a very good attendance. Mrs. F. P. Owens was in Wash ington, D. C. the first of the week attending a Republican meeting. Jimmy Hammond spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond. Mrs, Warren Worley and Mrs. Ruth Garbick of Hanover,:Pa. vis [ted Tuesday with Mrs. Bates Wat son. t~tion which came with completion of the championship game of Section 7, Class "AA" staged Fri-, i d~y and Saturday nights on the Shepherd College gymnasium floor and three of the tournament chaan- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magaha and i plon_shtp team---Petersburg--were named, along with two from Charles Town, tournament runners-up; :family and Mrs. Heflebower were two from Romney and one from Berkeley Springs, winner of the consolation game. Receiving the callers at Mr. and Mrs. Taylor awards for their tournament play as shown above were, first row, left to right:---Danny Eismon a~d Winklers Tuesday night and they :Sammy Taylor, Charles Town, and Loule Alt, Petersburg. Second row, left to right:--- Ernie Nelson, all went to Pikes[de to call on i and Harold Michael, Petersburg; John Blue, Romney, Roger Barney, Berkeley Springs, and Monty Math[as, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Winkler Itomney. The gwards were presented by Coach Jesse Riggleman of Shepherd College. Petersburg and family. High received the winning, trophy a~d individual medals went to the players. Charles Town was~ awarded the runner-up trophy, and Berkeley Springs the consolation trophy. The Romney High cheer- ! leaders were ~leeted as the best. (Photo Courtesy Martinsburg Journal)tBLUE RIDGE PLAYERS ' , "---'-- ---- ~] PRODUCTION MARCH 3-4 play remaining Rmney mved t i Sp0 F0 d] ~Is,h will leave for Morgantown early] The Blue ~ Players pro- within wto points of the Indians men's rme blUll/ this afternoon (Thursday) and' but then their drive faded. "IT0 Promote G00dw|HIH |n' workout on the University High duct[on "Affairs of State", the Lutman had 17 points and gl rebounds, while Barney sank LP WAN ED --BY-- of 24 shots 4rom.the floor. The boxscore: Charles Town FG F Pts[ Eismon, f ........... 5 3-5 13 i Taylor, f ............ 8 26~.3 22 Brown, c 10 Wilson, g ........... 6 1-113 Moler, g ............. 0 04)0 Ballenger ........... 1 0-12 Dailey .............. 0 04)0 Lowery ............. 0 04)0 Totals . ........... 24 12-18 60 Pettrsburg FG F Pts. Boor, f ...... ...... .. 1 3-55 Nelson, f ........... 12 4-5 28 Michael, c ........... 3 8-10 14 Alt~g ............... ~ 2-6 14 Roby, g ............. 2-3 Bruce 0 04) 0 [Fishing and Hunting, A move to promote good hunt- ing and fishing in Jefferson coun ty and good-will between land owners and hunters and anglers was initiated the evening of Feb. 23, when some 40 sportsmen met for a steak dinner at the New Central Restaurant in Charle~ rown and organized the Sports- men's Club. John Sigler of Charles Town wag named as the organization's first president, with Bobby White as first vice-president; David Bell second vice-president; Alvin En- nis, Jr., secretary; and Frances Carper, treasurer. Charles Town's Mayor Nicholas Carson,. who pioneered the organ ization, was named, as chairman ex,officio of the group and as chairman of arrangements for the dinner meetings to be held on Koontz ............. 0 0-0 0 Totals ........... 25 19-29 69 Score by periods: 14 18 12 16--.60 .he last Monday of each month. 19 18 14 18---69 the next meeting will be held Charles Town Petersburg When you make a deposit in your savings account "right on the dot" of every pa- day, you'll be surprised and delighted at the way the totals in your bank book mount up. Generous interest, compounded ' regularly, speeds their growth! @ @ SYSTEMATIC SAVING MAKES THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WISHING AND HAVING. Mo~l,~d~, ~rch 27, TI~ Purpose0f the club is ~o respect the rights of all in hu~t- ing and fishing; to not intrude on private land without permission of the owner; to protect farmers eights and property from damage )y hunters and fishermen; to pro .note good will between land-own ~rs and hunters and fishermen; and to promote good hunting and :ishing for all. Shepherd Swimming Team Captures W. Va. Conference Title The Shepherd College swim- ming team brought new laurels to the college Saturday when they won the West Virginia In- tercollegiate Conference champ- ionship in a state meet staged in West Virginia State College pool in Charleston. The Ram swim- mars won six first places in the 12-event meet, scoring a total of 81 points to easily outdistance West Virginia State, the defend- ing champions who gathered 53 points. Fairmont State finished third with 47 points, while Davis and Elkins finished fourth with 38. points. In addition to winning the title one of the Shepherd swimmers- Lee Cook, broke a conference re- cord in the 100 yard free style ev- ent with a spectacular time of 58.5. High point man for the meet was Shepherd's Ted Veeder, who scored 16 points on first place fin ishes in the 200 and 400 yard free style events and also posting second place in another event. Members of the team in add[t- [onto Veeder and Cook are Char- les Shobe, Pedra Diez (co-cap- tain) Ward Keesecker, Charles Atherton, Douglas Vance, Russell Pfltzinger, Allen Chambers, Rob- ert Wooldridge, John Cygler, (co. captain), William Hutterly, Don Vance, Paul Bishop, Dave Reflly, Hugh Jacobs, Dave Thrailkill, and William Spoerl. The team is coached'by I. H. Fieger. Martinsburg Cagers To Meet Richwood In Morgantown Friday 7:30 The Martipsburg High Bulldogs winners of the Class "AAA" sec- tional will meet the Richwood Lumberjacks in the first game of Region 2-AAA playoffs Friday night at 7:30 in the West Virgin- ia University field house. Then at 9 p, m. Fairmont East and Wes ton High will tangle in the second game of the night. The two Friday night winners will meet in the toung_ame~t fin- als SaturdaY; night at~ m. - The gymnasium Thursday night in ~reparation for the Friday night battle. Scott H. Davis, principal of Morgantown High and tourna- ment director, said this week that admission each night will be 50 cents for students and $1 for a- dults with only adult tickets being sold at the field house. Winner of this tournament will represent the Region in the state playoffs in Huntington March 17. Martinsburg will go into the :tournament with a 19-1 record. Richwood has won 11 and lost eight op the season. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Farm Women Meet March 15 The Leetown Farm Women's Club" will meet Wednesday after noon, March 15 at the home of Mrs. Ily Bratina at 1:30 P. M~ Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger of. Charles Town was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr on Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Willis ,was a visitor in the afternoon at the Furr Home. Regular preaching service Sun day morning, March 12 at the Lee town Methodist Church at 9:45 by the pastor Rev. Samuel Butcher. Sunday School at 10:45. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Ha. gerstown, Md. were callers Satur. day evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Miss Geraldine Fritts of Wash- ington, D. C. was a weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Fritts. Mrs. Anna Shananbaugh and Mrs. Nettle Payne of Pittsburgh, Pa. were over night guests Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor Blue. Leetown Busy Workers 4-H Club had their meeting Friday night at the home of Miss Diane Collis. comedy hit by Louis Verneuil, is in its final week of rehearsals and will be presented to the public this Friday and Saturday, March 3rd and 4th at 8:15 p. m. at the Opera House in Berryville. : ,t4 ....~., .. Yes, always make it a point to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. Here, you are assured prompt professional serv- ice and fair prices. Make a note now of the name and convenient location. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. 4Jqo00oo Oe o~ JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF Responsible, Older Couple with small come, for 6 Months Summer Employment. be trustworthy, h ve references and like people. Easy and Pleasant Work involving Apply by mail to BOX 430 or in person at CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICE Located in Lobby of Thomas Jefferson Feb. 23- 4t. Discontinuing Farming on the faxm known as the or Judd Farm" located along Rt. 109 from Comus to ville about 4~ miles South of Rt. 240 from just North of Barnesville, in Montgomery County, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. TO-WIT: 120 .... HEAD 2 Pure B~ed Jersey family cows, 1 Holstein Bull months old a~d I Hereford Bull about 15 months 20 Ilereford feeder calves about 1-year old. 30 Holstein HeiIers from 4 months to l-year old, and are caKhood vaccinated. 13 SOW~ and 8 have p~gs by side and 5 will sale or ne~tr that date, 25 Pigs in about 60 pound class. ~2 EWES, and many will h~ve lambs by side or spring; 2 Rams. 2 PONIES--One is a 2-year old Small Pony and th is 1~ year old Stud Pony. FARM MACHINERY Allis Chalmers WD Tractor with hydraulic lift, plows, 2 row cultivators, all for AC Tractor. McCormick-Deering Model H Farm_all Tractor witll~ culhvators; McC.-Deering 19B heavy duty disc PTO mower on ruoi)er; D~vid Bradley side tugger; New Idea PTO mower on rubber; manure spreader on rubber; Case hay baler with motor; Case 6-ft. PTO Combine, Case 30-ft. grain elevator with gasoline motor; New Idea hydraulic loader for John Deere B tractor; John Dcere 31 dis~ drill; M-~VI 20 dise ImW@t" ~i(O~L~actor grain drill; PTO sn~pper corn picker. Ford Red Belly Tractor, 2 bottom plows, mower, tors and dirt scoop, all Ford attachments, Low down rubber tire wagon, David Bradley manure spreader, Oliver corn planter, 2 John planters and one has 3 point hitch; McC-Deering disc spr/ngtooth harrow, Massey-Harris 2 bottom plows, miek-Deering 2 bottom plows, cult[packer, David power corn sheller, belts, feed cart, MeC-Deering corn O~ dump hay rake, wood saw a~d blade; Hamilton lime drag dirt scoop, old dinner bell. GMC, 1955 Model 450 with flat 14-ft. dump bed all in good condition. CORN---Crib of Prime Yellow Ear Corn. Some Small Tools and Other Items not listed. TERMS:--CASH on Day of Sale. R. CLARK R. P. BROWN, Sale Max~ger. EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED. / ~zyO~.ficials:, Eliott a~l Stanislaw- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate t t, -- OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY AT THE FRIENDLY -- i I _ For Friendly Help with All Your Banking Needs, you can depend on us. MEMBER FDIC,--MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM IMON 10 CIIARIAZS TOWN, W. VA. March 9 = 1,t. ANNOUNCING AMERICA'S MOST ECONOMICAL KEY CLUB! This club is easy to join. Ownership of a new Dodge $1ant-G e gine. (4) Battery-saving alternator. (5) ..... :,is:th,eioh}y requirement. Compact Dodge Lancer, or STANDARD OR OOMPAOT Torsion-Aire ride. (G) Oriflow shock absorbers and fuLl,size DodgeDart. Get yoursandyou're in. A charter YOU GETA GR[AT BEALWITH Safety Rim wheels. 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