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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1978 , TRUST and INVESTMENT SERVICES SHEPHERDSTOWN JR. HIGH 8th GRADERS CLOSE OUT SUCCESSFUL 9-4 SEASON WITH UPSET VICTORY OVER CHARLES TOWN JR. HIGH The Shepherdstown Junior High School 8th graders, coached by William "Bill" Osbourn, closed out a very successful season Friday afternoon, February 24, on a most happy note when they handed the Charles Town Junior High 8th graders their first defeat of the season in 16 games. The victory for the little Cardinals came on the Charles Town Junior High hardwoods in the second game of a tripleheader cage show. It was the third time this season the two teams had met, and previously the Panthers of Coach Meredith Polen, had beaten the Cardinals by scores of 57-38 and 50-36. The Cardinals' only other two defeats of the season, came a the hands of the strong Daniel Morgan Junior High cagers of Winchester, Va. The Cardinals scored a pair of wins over Berkeley Springs, two over Harpers Ferry, two over Hedgesville, one over the Maryland School for the Deaf and one other victory. The leading scorer for the season for the Cardinals was Robbin Winston with 203 points in 13 games; Donald Clark had 122; Carlton Branson had 103 and Timmy Parker had 85. The Cardinals scored a total of 614 points on the season, while giving up 535 to the opposition. They averaged 47.3 points per game. Members of the squad as shown above are, front row, left to right -- David Hanah, Kelly Colbert, Carlton Branson, Gary Coy, Brian Winston and Joe Burwell. Back row, left to right -- Robbin Winston, Todd Banks, Donald Clark, Bruce Hammer and Andy Moore, and Coach Osbourn. (Photo b.v Tim Sinn) Juh"e Benner, Larry. Reed Winner Junior Olympic Swim Awards Julie Benner and Larry Reed won Iqdividual awards at the South Atlantic age group Junior Olympic swim meet held at the U.S. Naval Academy on March JEFFERSON INN OPENING SOON Route 9, North Clmrles Town, W.Vo. 3, 4 andS. Julie earned a 4th LlsaTitus, Jade Charley, Kadi place ribbon in the 11-12 200 yard Bozman, Tracy Kidwell, Jackie freestyle with a time of 2:23.3, Willingham, Tad Carper, and which was a career best. Larry Jim Rhodes, also participated it, was a member of the winning 400 the meet as members of the yard 11-12 beyd medley relay Hagerstown YMCA SWim team. team which claimed the gold Many of these swimmers posted medal, and also ,earned a 5th their best times in the events place ribbon in the 200 free against the top flight cam- relay, and a 7th place ribbon in petition. Over 3800 entries were the I00 breaatroke i this meet. included in the three day meet. BAND PARENTS MEET TUESDAY, MARCH 14 The March meeting of the Jefferson High Band Parents has been changed from March 21 to Tuesday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jefferson High School Band Room. (Formally Tony's Restaurant) Phone: 725. 8296 Since I Am A Candidate For COUNTY COMMISSION 1 Want To Make My Position On Some of The Issues Facing the County Perfectly Clear." "l am against Sunday Racing" "1 am for more playgrounds for children in the rural areas. "1 ant for securing more industry for Jefferson County" ! HOPE ALL THE VOTERS OF THE Kabietown District and Jefferson County will give me their support on May 9. VOTE Reymortd Lee Jenkins FOR For County Commission (Pal. Pal Add By Raymond Lee Jefln Varsity, 7th Grader Cage Teams Charles Town Junior High School Go Unbeaten; Panther 8th Graders+ Upset In Final Game CHARLES TOWN JR. HIGH VARSITY CAGERS UNBEATEN IN 15 GAMES The Charles Town Junior High Varsity or the 9th graders, closed out their 1977-78 season on February 25, with another victory over the Shepherdstown Junior High Varsity cagers, this on the Charles Town hardwoods and by a 48-39 score. The victory was the 15th consecutive victory for Coach Harry Barker's Panthers and gave them another unbeaten season. Members of the Charles Town team, as shown above, are, left to right -- Manager Scott Kelican; Gary Carley, Ernie Hester, David Ramsburg, Ernie Benner, Mike Hill, Tommy Clem, Bruce Smith, Richie Quinn, Doug Nicodemus, Richie Chrisman, Tim my Nicewarner and Brian Jones. (Photo by William Harnery) 7th GRADERS CHARLES TOWN JUNIOR HIGH GO UNBEATEN IN 10 GAMES Shown above are the members of the Charles Town Junior High 7th grade basketball team, which rolled through ten consecutive games this past season without a defeat. The Panthers closed out their season Friday, February 24, with a' decisive 56-26 win over the Shepherdstown Junior High 7th graders on the Charles Town hardwoods. The squad, coached by Meredith Polen, is one of two undefeated teams at the Charles Town High School this past season. Members of the squad, as shown above, are, left to right -- Chris Wise, Charles Jones, CurtisRoy, Anthony Twyman, Mark Newman, Brian Lloyd, Billy Ballenger, Coach Polen. Missing, due to illness when picture was taken, was Todd Ramey. (Photo by William Harner) Charles Town Junior High each. Tracy King was the top School had an exceptional scorer for+ Shepherdstown with basketball season with two of 16 points, while Tommy Diehl their three teams chalking up had 10; Victor Winston 5, and perfect records in the 1977-78 Steve Weigle and Billy Fritts, 4 each. In the second game of the afternoon, the Charles Town 8 graders, coached by Bill Osbourn, were upset by the Shepherdstown 8th graders by a 40-35 score. It was the first loss in 16 games for the Panther 8th graderS, coached by Meredith Polen and it was the first win by the little Cardinals over Charles Town in three games this season. In winning their 9th game in 13, the Cardinals jumped out to a big 12-4 first period lead and were never headed. The Panthers who went through a bad shooting af- ternoon, could not buy a basket in the first period as Shepherd- season and the other one losing only once, that being in the final game of the season in an upset. The Charles Town Panther Varsity cagers rolled through 15 consecutive victories, their final win coming in the opening phase of a tripleheader played on the Charles Town Junior High hardwoods on February 24 against the Shepherdstown Junior High Varsity eagers. Coach Harry Barker's cagers, in a determined effort to go unbeaten on the season, jumped out to a 10-6 first period lead over the Cardinals of Duane Colebank and they outscored the Cardinals in every quarter except the final one. By halftime, the Panther Varsity wds out in front by a 22- 16 margin and by a 36-24 margin at the end of the third period. Ernie Hester led the scoring for Charles Town with 18 points, while Mike Hill had 12; Tommy Clem 8; Bruce Smith 6 and Gary Carley and Ernie Benner, 2i C. W. THEATRE Charles Town, W.Va.- Phone: 725 - 725 - 5212 NOW SHOWING thru SATURDAY MARCH I I, ONLY! stown moved far out in front on the strength of fine shooting by, Robin Winston who hit for four big baskets. Both teams hit for six points in the second period and then in the third period, the little Panthers looked like they might be able to catch the Cardinals vhen they outscored them 14-8. But in the home stretch, the Cardinals hit for 14 points to 11 for Charles Town. Roy Benjamin led the scoring for Charles Town with 10 points, while Bradley Page had 6; Craig Kershner 5; Sam Bailey, William Smith and Leslie Twyman, 4 each, and Larry .Stewart, 2. RobinWinston led the scoring for Shepherdstown with 16 points, while Branson had 10; Colbert and Clark, 6 each, and T. Banks 2. Henry W. Block "We stand behind our work. That's Reason No.5 why you should let us do your taxesY If we prepare your return and the IRS should call you in for an audit, Block,viii go with you at no extra charge. Not as your legal representative, but to answer any questions about how your taxes were prepared. II II IIIII 14sR BLOCR I I THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE S01 W. Wosld.$t. aNM,s tou, W.Ve. 72$.10ll 309 W. ghtli St. Mgrtindmrll, W.Vo. 267-8261 All Offices Open 9 a.m. to 9.p.m. Monday to Fddey 9 a;m. to $ p.m. Saturday In the third and final game of[Baptist Church wi| the afternoon, the Charles Town J guests from 7th graders got their 10th con-] Church. secutive victory by heating the [ attended Shepherdstown 7th graders by a "'Salt and the . by, Mr. ElwooO 56-26 score. Coach Meredith Polen's Panthers jumped out to a 10-6 ifirst period lead over Shepherdstown, increasing the 3cad to 24-10 by halftime and ithen really broke the game open in the third period with an 18- 'ipoint splurge. Curtis Roy led the scoring for '.charles Town with 26 points, iwhile Mark Newman had 10; Billy Ballenger 8; Charles Jones 6; Rodd Ramey 4, and Brian Lloyd 2. ' ' Ii B. Holmes led the scoring for IShepherdstown with 10 points, while N. Banks had 6; Shiben ad.Moxley, 4 each and Myers 2. i SUMMIT POINT Joyce Rudolph %- - - - - -_-_-_-_- -_-_ Mrs. Anne Starkey would like to take this opportunity to thank her many friends in the village who were so thoughtful and attentive to her during her illness of several weeks. Mrs. Starkey was able to return to work last week and is feeling well enough to resume some of her normal activities. Our sick list is large this week. The Rev. Charles Frum, pastor of the U.M. Church here, was hospitalized on Friday in Win- chester for tests and ob- servation. His room number is 1350. And Mrs. Alice Bane has been a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital since last Wednesday. She is doing well. Also little Tina Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parker, of Hidden River, is presently a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Tina attends school at South Jefferson and has many friends here that will ' be distressed to learn of her illness. Please pray for everyone on the list and remember cards and letters arc excellent therapy for them. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Jimmy en- tertained Mrs. Florence Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Thorpe, and Mr. Kenny Davis, all of Kear- neysville, at dinner in their home. On Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and Mrs. Clay Stamey attended the FGBM monthly dinner meeting held at the Lee Jackson Restaurant in Winchester. Mrs. Run Shade and Chad of Middleway visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Del-Colle and children on Monday. Prior to returning home, they visited briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and John. Also on Monday, Mrs. Edna Benton visited at the Rudolph home and on Sunday they enjoyed a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley and Amy. On Tuesday, Mr. Jimmy Davis, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis and son, Mrs. Florence Davis, Mrs. Dorothy orpe and Mr. Kenny Davis, all of Kearneysville, attended the annual banquet for the Farmers Convention, sponsored by the Southern States Corp., o; Ranson, held at the Jefferson High School. Thursday, the WMU, Women's Missionary Union, met at the home of Mrs. Lee Drish with 8 members present. Following the lesson given by Mrs. Elwood Cheshire, a social hour was enjoyed with refreshments served by the hostess. Then on Sunday, the met at the Mrs. Phillip +Dri On Friday, Mr. Johnson and guests of Mr. and Rudolph at their Charles Town. On Saturday, Bill Seibert and the home of Mr. Stamey and home of Mr. Jenkins were Mr Jenkins of and on and Pam, Mr. Frye, all of Mrs. Tony Bydler of Clarke County. On Sunday, Burner was home of Mr. Jenkins and On Sunday, Leroy Cheshire from a two we ek Florida. Enreute tolJ State, they touring Warm Plains, Ga. They 'Disney World in after a couple hastened to while Druschel. From motored to St. final scenic tour home. week. Mrs. celebrated her Thursday with a tention from her friends, delivered to her surprise Then that family, Tammy Crim White, supper at the dleway. After enjoyed a by a group Love from On Saturday, attended a honor of Barkers' 16th their parents, Harry Barker, At home last Clay Carper was wife Patsy, at a oy cake and celebration of Aside from their guests we Eddie Davis and Mrs. Billy Mr. and MrS. and daughter, John Davis Davis. the Church planned a celebration for But he didn t and was so they cake and time they to. know thinking of him. ing her manners of who had visit. "If that once while: her," she 11 times." ,.PerhaPs yawning, said, say something' We're So Why Not Let Us Get your rudy for EASTER SUNDAY ! We believe that if you're right ! That's why when it comes cleaning, we'll take extra care garments come out fresh...the way they should. We ,on alterations. 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