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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1978 Ramey's Finish Third Basketball Tournament Again In Waynesboro Ramey's seem to have a habit of finishing third in just about every semi-pro basketball tournament they participate in. Once again, Saturday night, it was a third-place finish for Ramey's in the big Waynesboro, Pa., Hi-Y tournament. They scored an 83-79 victory over the Rogers "76-ers" of Martinsburg, in the consolation round of play to pick up a large trophy. Ramey's, sponsored by Ramey's, of Charles Town, and coached by Roger Ramey and Tim Brinkley, head basketball coach at Jefferson High, finished third in this same tournament last season and also finished third two consecutive years in the Winchester, Va., semi-pro tournament. In addition to winning the third place trophy Ramey's also captured a lot of the individual tournament awards. For instance, Chris Erichsen, former Jefferson High and Penn State cage star, who was one of the stars for Ramey's in this tournament, was named to the first all-tournament team; Rodney Sewell was named on the second team and Joe Spencer of Ramey's was named to the third team. The sport- smanship trophy for the tour- nament also went to Erichsen and the beautiful watch offered to the player making the most assists in tournament play went to Tim Brinkley of Ramey's. Rodney also won the trophy for the player with the best shooting percentage in tournament play. The touament champions again for the fourth year in a row, was the Harve de Grace 04 ur O O o "--ngn of Quality Used Cars OOOOOOOO Solid-The second time around. USED CARS & TRUCKS FOR EVERY NEED ECONOMY: '76 Pontiac Sunbird Cpe. '76 Subaru GF Coupe 4 Spd. '75 Opel S.W. 4 Spd. '74 Ford May. 6 cyl. '73 Open Spt. Cpe. 4 Spd. SPORTY: '75 Pontiac Gran Prix '75 Pontiac Firebird Cpe. LUXURY:I '75 Chev. Monte Carlo Cpe. '76 Buick Riveria Cpe. '76 Buick Electra Limited., 2 dr. full power '74 Buick Electra Limited, 2 dr. full power '75 Buick Lesabre 4 dr., HT. '75 GMC Pickup Truck --------S'fg.lAt EomOS mu JAMES SPECIAl SAIl[ PRICE OH THIS CAR 1972 MERCURY MONTEGO MX 2 DOOR COUPE $895.00 GUY'S BUICK-PONTIAC.GMC, INC. STATE RTE. 9 NORTH CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. PHONE: 304-725-3448 l00sl ,,,w WashingtonSt.iN Downtown Charles Town SHOE SALE SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Group of Group of LADLES SHOES VALUES to 16'* NOW 8 99 MENS SHOES VALUES to 18'* NOW 500A PAIR Group of Group of CHILDRENS SHOES VALUES to 14 n CHILDRENS SHOES VALUES to 1 Rockets, who defeated Baker's All-Stars for the championship. It was Baker's All-Stars who edged Ramey's in the semi- finals to move into the finals against Harve de Grace. In their game with Baker's, Ramey's held a big lead over them by a 20-6 score in the first period and were still in front 52- 49 at halftime, but then both Erichsen and Joe Spencer got into foul trouble and had to go easy since Ramey's had taken only an eight-player squad into the tournament. Eventually, both Erichsen and Spencer did foul out of the game. To get into the semi-finals of tournament play, Ramey's scored a 93-67 win over Shipley's of Frederick, Md. Chris Erichsen led Ramey's with 28 points. All four other starters also scored in double figures including Rod Sewell's 16, 15 by both Tim Brinkley and Joe Spencer, and 11 by Gilbert Allen, who fouled out. Pitt's Mike Rice was limited to i seven points by Ramey's, and  Mike Hill, former American University basketball captain, had only 10 points. Hill was this tournament's MVP in 1974. Former Frederick guard Ai Green led Shipley's with 14 oints and Charles Harper had 10 more. Ramey's defeated the Stop and Shop Liquors of Leitersburg, Md., in their opening game. NOW 5 9 APAIR NOW 300APAIR ..... Opera House Elects. Officers. DAVID DAY IS RECIPIENT OF TRAINING CENTER'S MARCH CLIENT OF MONTH AWARD David Day is the happy recipient of the March Client of the Month Award given by the Eastern Panhandle Training Center. This award is presented to the client who has shown the most improvement in areas such as production quality and quantity, overall work habits, and general socialization. The selection is made by a com- mittee of staff and the previous Client of the Month. David is shown, center, with Barbara Wolford, right, last month's honored client, and Mr. Joel Galperin, left, newly appointed Director of the Center. David lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Britton Day of Kearneysville, and he has been a client since November, 1972. Local Educators To Attend Community Education Meeting In Morgantown March 22-23 On March 22 and 23, at the Ramada Inn in Morgantown, people from around West Virginia will gather for the Third Annual Association for Com- munity Education Conference. Featured speakers and workshop leaders are Dr. John Fallen, Ball State University and President-Elect of the National Community Education Association, and Dr. Larry Decker, Director of the Mid- Atlantic Center for Community Eduction at the University of Virginia. Some topics to be discussed are "Recreation and Com- munity Education", "The Community Arts Movement", and "The Relationship of Business, Industry and Government to Community Education". Many people in this state of West Virginia are being exposed to the concept of Community Education. It is a concept that stresses an expanded role for all agencies, organizations, and the public schools. Community Education offers a opportunity for people to work together to. achieve community and self- improvement. Community Education gives an opportunity to expand lifelong learning and enrichment through ec[ucation, recreation, social and cultural related ex- periences. These developmental and coordinated efforts by civic, business and lay leaders, as well as community, state and federal agencies and organizations strengthen the community. This Community Education Conference will allow persons to meet and share ideas with' community educators, obtain helpful materials and current information, talk with people who make community education work, and develop an awareness of the dynamic process of Community Education. For more information, contact the Community Education Center or the Board of Education in your area, or contact J. V. Walter, III, at 725- 9741. Election of new officers 115 A N. Chadm Street featured the annual meeting of the Old Opera House, Inc., held recently at the Opera House, with Charles Postlethwaite, a retired U.S. Navy officer, who has been a resident of Jefferson County, and active in the Old Opera House work for some time T I ATTENTION ! VAN 'AND PICK-UP OWNERS I IDENTIFY YOUR I 1 VEHICLES ii With MAGNETIC SIGNS 2 FOR 124 I SizeS" XZ0" I I Other Sizes Quoted I I Call or Write TOM LENNON-Owner LENNON ENTERPRISES I P.O. Box 288 I I Charles Town, W. Va. I 304-725-7476 "SELLING SIGNS [ SINCE '69" AND I'M IN THE I YELLOW PAGES I March 16-3t l Charles Town, W. Va. C. B., B & W,, Color T. V. and Stereo Equipment Repairs. Repair Parts and Labor guaranteed for 90 days. We repair all makes and models. Also Tape Playem and C. B. Mobile Installations. I Complete CB & 1'. V., Tower, Rotor and Antenna Installations. PHONE (304) 725-3567 HOURS: 9-6 Daily Except Friday 9-8 P. M. being elected as the new president. He succeeds Shirley M. Hunt. Postlethwaite has been ser- ving as vice-president in charge of the Old Opera House plant, and has been one of those who spearheaded the restoration of the building. Other officers named for 1978 are Carolyn SnydeL vice- president of theatre service; Falconer Smith, vice-president of theatre plant; Carl Degen, vice-president of public relations; John Van Tel, secretary; Charles Printz, treasurer; Gil Hall, parliamentarian. Members of the board include Shirley Hunt, Imogene Riely, Ferdinand Perrone, William V. White and Rose Marie Coy. Meeting Of O.l.C. Saturday Ming Wainwd-t Church There will be a meeting of the O.I.C. Opportunities In- dustrialzation Centers, on Saturday, March 18, at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Wainwright Baptist Church in Charles Town and anyone in- terested in participating in this organization or in receiving more information is urged to attend, upon invitation of Curtis Brannon, chairman. NOTICE Registration Of Voters The County Clerk's Office will be open the following special hours for those persons wishing to register, amend or transfer their voter registration: Friday, March 31st, 5:00 to 8:00 Saturday, April 1st, 9:00 to 4:00 Friday, April 7th, 5:00 to 8:00 Saturday, April 8th, 9:00 to 4:00. The last day to register to vote for the May 9th Primary Election will be April 10th at 5:00 P.M. John E. Ott Clerk of County Commission March 16-2t WIL.--MAR FARM MILKING HERD DISPERSAL On the farm located 3 miles northeast of Middletown on Valley View Road between Hollow Road and Middletown- Myersville Road, in Frederick County, Maryland. TUESDA Y, MARCH 28, 10:00 A. M. 170 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS SELL 5 GRADES 150 COWS -- 25 BRED HEIFERS AN OUTSTANDING GROUP Excellent Production 6 have over 20,000M 8 have 800 to 875F 7 have over 19,000M 15 have 700 to 800F 12 have over 18,000M 44 have 600 to 700F 15 have over 17,000M Approximately one-third are first and second calf heifers, with many first calf heifers over 60 Ibs., second calf heifers to 85 lbs. These Sell: An Eden Unique dtr. with 22,000M and 750F sells fresh. An Abel dtr. with 19,260M and 671F. A Minnie Joe dtr. with 20,450M and 810F An Eden Unique dtr. with 19,500M and 750F due to Fury Ivan. An Emperor dtr. with 7MF sells fresh. An R Maple dtr. sells with 554F as a 3-yr. old, fresh and milking 82.5 lbs. with second calf. A Scott dtr. with 622F as a 2-yr. old, fresh with second calf and milking 83 lbs. A Superb dtr. with 758F sells fresh milking 80 I1. An Eden Unique dtr. with 806F sells fresh. A Kennedy dtr. with 19,020M and 667F as a 2-yr. old, making a better record this time. A Charm dtr. with 18,360M and 819F due to Fury Ivan. All are home raised, many are bred to top AI sires. DHI tested for years with annual averages from 500F to 600F and always a butterfat test near 4 percent. T.B. and Bangs tested within 30 days - Pregnancy checked. One of Frederick County's most respected herds ! Catalogs at ringside Sale under heated tent A. DOTY REMSBURG, Sale Mgr. & Auct. Norman D. Hill, Associate j. WILMER "PETE" HOUSE Jefferson, Maryland Route 2 Ph. 301-473-8214 Middletown, Md. March 16-2t Ph. 301-371-7270 I Area Between Ranson, Shenandoah Junction Not Included In Growth The area between Ranson and Shenandoah Junction has been excluded from an amended proposed map designating growth areas of Jefferson County. The map was drawn up by the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council as its part of a survey of Eastern Panhandle growth area and it has been submitted to the Jefferson County Planning Commission for its approval or recommendations for changes. The Council Planning Com- mission left intact growth areas centering around each of the county's municipalities and Shenandoah Junction. The Commission recommended that areas around Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry and Bolivar be designated as secondary growth areas and that the corridor between Ranson and Shenandoah Junction "not be designed for growth at this time". "Areas not designated for growth would be expected to support agricultural produc- tivity and low density residential growth. As far as new building goes, the Planning Commission said, "it prefers to encourage land, residential growth on soils that are not prime agricultural soils". The Jefferson County Tax- payers Association had criticized the Planning and Development Council's map, claiming that too many of growth areas still consist of prime agricultural lands. The taxpayers association claims that new residents settling in the ara are not interested in far- ming and therefore should not have homes built on prime land. Roy Miller helpyou hearbetter? The Taxpayers Association recommended to the Planning Commission that less productive land areas of the county should be designated for growth areas, listing specifically such areas as the Blue tion, Shenandoah western bordm"! along the The preparing a suggestions Association. PTA wILl, North Jeffen School P.T.A. will', March 2' SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Now Is The Time For Spring Cleaning Let Us Trim Your Trees; Shrubbery, or Rake Your LaWn FREE ESTIMA TES Shenendoah Tree Service Charles Town, W.Va. -- Phone: After 2 p.m. Eomovlaq... TopldUl... March 9 - 2T Cavify Work.. It's Our Ann And Your I will be at... the Towne House Motel Lodge, Thursday March 23rd from... ! O a.m. to ! 2 Noon Free Cleaning & Check-Up Of Any Hearing Aid Free Electronic Hearing Test Special Battery Discount don't WATER get you down Why Not Make A DateTo Enjoy Us Our FIRST ANNIVERSARY NOW BEING CELEBRATED We Thank You" For Making Our ,. Spccess See Our Winter Clothes At Fantastic Prices THE MIRROR BOUTIOUE state Rte. 9 - Baker Hell Hours: Monda, Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Sat..10 a.m.' Tues., Wed. & Thu.-6 p.m.-9 .m" By Appt.  NA HEARt BELTONE'fIEARINGAIOSERVICE2438ValleyAvenue Valley Hardware Winchester, Va. 22001 Telephone: 70:,6V-6222 DIAL 725- 5113 CHARLES TOWN, You've put a lot of planning into let us help plan the insurance [ We're Independent agents, so we'll toward the right homeowner's right company. Don't delay. After can be pretty delicate. S MITH{/'NADENBOUSC H (,'f INC. 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