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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE MARCH 10, 1966 B---3 Larry Bailey Formerly Of Town, Making Again; This Time In ball Y name of Lawrence (Lar ) a familiar one in the state and yes, even national world in the late 1950's early 1960's is once again in the news headlines and time it is in Orleans, France he is making the news. once again it is the game of which has put him in the spotlight. comes from Orleans, that First Lieuteant Lar- of Charles Town, has named the "Most Valuable ~r," in the U. S. Army Corn- Zone, Europe Install basketball tournament Bailey, who back in the was setting new scor- marks in basketball at Page ltigh School, has been Outstanding guard on the Ver- Cardinals. And in the recent tournament, the lanky guard poured in 27 of 49 attempted from the floor capped this by sinking FoUl shots to lead the ~2. ~f. Post, Verdun (France) to the championship. The per game average in tour play was nothing new to however, as last year he his way to the first team the 1965 Area Command All- playing throughout most of Before entering the Army Lt. Bailey was named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics as a senior at West Vir- ginia State College (Institute, W. Va.). During his sophomore, Jun- ior and senior years there, he averaged 17, 18 and 22 points per game. And prior to going to West Vir- ginia State College, Bailey was one of the top scorers at Page Jackson High School an was named to the Sectional All-Tour- nament team in his senior year at Page Jackson. Commissioned a second lieuten- ant in the U. S. Army Reserve through the college's Advanced ROTC after earning a BS in Edu- cation in 1963, he entered active Army service in June of that year. He is currently assigned as Special Services Officer at Ver- dun. With Lieutenant Bailey in France are his wife, Meldadeen and their daughter, Myka, 2, Mrs. Bailey is the daughter of Mrs. A. J. Welch of 3607 Batavia St., Nash ville, Tenn. The lieutenant's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa A. Bailey reside at 434 Eagle Avenue, Char les Town, and in Washington, D. C., where they maintain a second residence at 5037 Twelfth Street N.E. major improvements have completed in the Shenan- Downs plant for the spring amg March 18, earliest in the track's eight-year history. complete redecorating job been done in the Starlight dining room, changing Color scheme to red, gold and and the grandstand bet mezzanine has been air con- aed. will race 67 nights, June 4. Post time will and this area's pioneer track will offer twin double The Starlight Terrace, a tiered restaurant overlooking the finish line, has been completed revamp- ed. White and off-white walls, new red carpeting on the floors, tangerine chairs, and gold table- cloths are the center of color. The grandstand betting mezz- anine, completed in 1965 at a cost of more than $100,000, has been airconditioned for the sum- mer racing. The mezzaine puts added mutuels windows, lounges and refreshment stands within a few steps of the more than 3000 grandstand seats. the first time since the Bi- Mike Imphong and Clear Spring'., Conference was formed years back Jefferson Coun- representation on the All- basketball teams is by the almost total of any county players. the selections were corn- Monday night for the two lan All-Conference teams, Sago Garrett, of Harpers High's Tigers was on the d list. Garrett was named second team. Charles Hewn having from Conference play, and Harpers Fer. the county's only represen- in the league. selections made at the meeting of the Conference at Shady Rest restaurant on Route 11, north of Martins- were based on two eight- teams rather than three five- teams. lr of the eight players on team were from Wash- County, Md., There are Jim Russell and Gene Gross; Hancock's Jerald Miller. Sammy Blair of Hedgesville and Gary Dodson of Berkeley 'S BABES, STU'S IONES BeT HWIN ]PCHEs BY 3-1 SCORES W VA HOU' IVES LOOP STANDING OF TEAMS We L. 26 6 24 8 Dames 22 10 Pills 16 16 Olympians 16 16 Copy Girls 13 19 Dolls 12 20 Debs 11 21 Gales 11 21 9 23 BabesaOd S"'tu'-s Heroines l a ag.ed to maintain their same in the WXVA Housewives League's race by scoring in action at Pike- Tuesday morning. Babes are still two points of Stu's Heroines, with W. T. Price Named President Of A. & P's. Atlantic Division WILLIAM T. PRICE William T. Price, executive vice president, was elected president :of the Atlantic Division of The department of A&P's headquart- pany, Inc. at a meeting of the Division's board of directors last week. Mr. Price who joined A&P as a store cle~'k in 1918, succeeds William F. Leach, who retired February 26 after 51 years with the company, during which he served as Division president for 28 years. From a clerk in a Berwick, Pa. A&P Food Store, Mr. Price rose through various store positions to become assistant general sup- erintendent of the Philadelphia Unit in 1940. Eight years later he was named director of super- market operations for the Atlan- tic Division, with headquarters in Philadelphia, and in 1957 was elected a vice president of the Division. Mr. Price became vice president in charge of the Phil- adelphia Unit in July 1963 and last year was named executive vice president of the Atlantic Division. ROLLING PINS TAKE LEAD IN LADLES' TRIO BOWLING LEAGUE Springs, were the only two unani- mous choices for the first team. The other two members of the first team are: Hedgesville s Ter. ry Shickle and Johnny Piccolomi- ni of St. Joseph's Catholic High cagers of Martinsburg. Making up the second team in addition to Garrett are: John Haines, of Clear Spring; Terry Doub of Williamsport; Russ Miz- ell of Clear Spring; Chris John- son and Eddie Braithwaite of Berkeley Springs; Dick Grimes! and Jeff Hatison of St. Joseph's High; and Larry Fink and Larry Crowell, both of HedgesviUe. Also accorded honorable men. tion were: Sterling Malott and Allen Artz of Williamsport; Steve Secrest, Clear Spring; Darrell Cal dwell of Hancock; Floyd Kursey of Hedgesville; Bruce Davidson of Harpers Ferry; Kenny Lowe, tRicky Wright and John Crowl of Shepherdstown. Archie's Dames moving into third place. Jane Stone, rolled the high LADIES' TRIO LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. L. Roling Pins 17 7 Thunderbirds 15 5 Rolling Stones 15 9 Lucky Strikes 12 12 :Pin Busters 11 9 Screwballs 11 13 Head Pins 11 13 F 85's 10 13 Pin Splitters 10 10 Comets 16Ve "E /rfy 'Risers 7 16 Coffee Cups 7 16 mN Om~.. The Rolling Pins have moved into the lead in the Ladies' Trio Bowling League, two points in front of the Thunderbirds and "six points ahead of the Pin Bust- ers who had been leading the cir- cuit from the start of the second half of play at Shenandoah Lanes In league action March 2, Elea nor Myers rolled the high set score of 511 while Doris Cline had second high individual set score, 503. The high individual game score went to Alva" Patt, a 191, while the Thunderbirds had the high team set score, 1629 and the Roll ing Pins the high team game a 585. Millie Anderson is still the lea gue's leading bowler, with a 165 average, While C. Gano is second with 159 and D. Cline, a 155 is third. STUCK & ALGER WINS OVER WASHINGTON SPECIALTY SHOP The Stuck & Alger ladies' bowl- ing team of Charles Town scored a 4-0 victory over the Washington Specialty Shop of Ranson Mon- day in action in the Bi-County Ladies Major Bowling League at Shenandoah Lanes. June Willingham led the Stuck & Ager team to victory by rolling individual game score in league the high single score of the action Tuesday, a 180, while Dot match, a and also Brown Was second high with a dividual :eTt'score of 541.the high, in- 179 game. Nancy Roth and Dottle Other set scores for the Stuck Anders had a 172 game. & Alger team were: Nancy Roth, Dot Brown had the high indivi 510; E. Grant, 395; J. Jenkins, dual game score a 481, while 440; Virginia Dorsey, 402. Jane Stone was second with a 475 Dot Reedy led the Washington set and Barbara Hooper third with a 468 set. Bob's Babes rolled the high team game score, a 632, and Barb's Copy Girls had the high team set score, 1810. Dot Brow is still the league's leading bowler with a 154 average while Jane Stone and Nancy Roth are tied for second with a 152 average, Biddy Smoot is fourth with 147 and Barbara Cape fifth with 146. GOODE BROTHERS LOSE TO BUCKLEY-LAGES The Goode Brothers Buick and Pontiac Ladies Bowling team of Charles Town dropped a 3-0 de- cision to the Buckley-Lages team of Winchester, Friday evening in a match in the Winchester Even- ing Star Ladies' Major Bowling League on the Health Center Alleys. Two of the Goode Bro- thers losses were by very narrow margins, one by two pins and another by only four. Biddy Smoot and Amy Alger led the Charles Town attack with games of 118 and 114 respectively Specialty Shop team, with a high single game of 177 and high set score of 453. Other set scores for the Wash- ington Specialty Shop were: V. Whitmore, 339; L. Salsano, 399; S. Marcus, 427 and E. Clendening, 411. CITGO SPLITS MATCH' WITH ORDER OFRAILWAY The Community Oil Company Citgo ladies bowing team of Char les Town split a match on a 2-2 basis with the Order of Railway bowlerettes Monday in action in the Bi-County Major Ladies Bowl ing League at Shenandoah Lanes. Dot Brown of the Citgo team led her team to victory with a 203 high single game score and a 573 set score. Other set scores for the Citgo team were: Francis Edwards 422; Helen Dorf, 463, Shirley Heckman 381 and Biddy Smoot 460. The Citgo team had a total pin fall of 2299 for the match. TO CHURCH SUNDAY ............... ............................................................................................................... , ...... Ilill itltt ill it tit t t t t t rt t t ....... '* 105 Exciting Prizes Given Away-Featuring 2 March 11-26 0nly... last f Register Now For Sta-Rite Automatic Water / Regularly $256.00 Makes y o u r water soft as rain water. Regenerates automat- ically. Dependable, ef- ficient performance. 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