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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH le, 1978 In Plain English We've Cut Out the Gobbledygook Now we're talking your language! Our new loan forms tell it like it is, in sim- ple, clear language that you don't have to be a lawyer to understand! So in- stead of the "hereins, wherebys," and "notwithstandings", you'll find forms that spell out just what you're signing your name tol Come see what we mean! TRUST and INVESTMENT SERVICES COUGARS From Page II gwe Martinsburg the lead the first time in the ball game, but by the end of the period, Jef- ferson was back in the lead, 48- 46. With two minutes of play remaining, the Bulldogs moved out to a four point lead and looked like they had the sec- tional crown and a regional berth in their paws. But following a Jefferson time out, Mike Gibson, who has been the "ace in the hole" for the Cougars all season, drew a foul and hit II II II I both ends'of the one and one shots to cut the Martinsburg lead to two. Then after Kevin Roman tim the score at 59-59, and Keith Brooks put Martinsburg back into the lead, Gibson again knotted the score with 1:18 to play. Then Carr hit a goal and Bullet retaliated with one for the Bulldogs to knot the score again at 61-61, Carr was fouled and hit the winning foul shot. Gibson was the game's top scorer with 21 points, while Roman had 10; Carr 7; Gran- tham 6; Reynolds 6; Shanton 8 and Barker 4. Bullet managed le II CARCAM Quality NAPA muffiem now only I Your nelgnoorlloocl NAPA Muffler Center ss a comDiete car care center Because at the same time as we install your  muffler, we can change yOUr od. reace a fan belt, adtust a carlrator Or do whatever your car rmeOs SO you don't neeo to chase all over! You get auaht NAPA mufflers and gil0eS with the right products for amost any car or light truck So dr,re m today f a free exhaust system inspection Muffler Centers yOUr IuH-$Kvice neighborhood dea4ers CLENDENING MOTORS Rt. I, Ronson HILL'S GULF N. George at., Charles Town JA Y'S SUNOCO Rt. D, Ranson MERCHANT NOLAND CHEV-OLDS. Rt. 340, Charles Town MOLER'S SUNOCO E. Washington St., Charles Town RONNIE'S DISCOUNT TIRES Rt. 9, East of Bloomery Bridge WALL'S SERVICE STATION E. Liberty St., Charles Town WEST END GULF STATION W. Washington St., Charles Town WILLIAMS MOTOR PARTS lie E. Liberty St. points for the Bulldogs, with Harmon showing 15 and Hull 13. Harry De VanMater Aflended Convention Homes Better Living Harry D. Van Mater, Van Mater Real Estate Services with offices in Hagerstown, Martinsburg and Charles Town attended the annual in- ternational convention of the Homes for Living Network held February 27 - March 3, in Las Vegas, where the network, in conjunction with Donnelley Marketing Group, introduced a revolutionary new neighborhood information program. The more than 2,000 realtors from all 50 states, Canada and the Caribbean who attended were told the Community Profile System, which was developed at a cost of over $500,000 over the past two years, consists of a comprehensive set of marketing aids for the real estate professional, providing up to date, factual frameworks for community analysis, listing acquisitions and effective, economic customer service. The data covers 65 million households from over 250 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas from across the United States. Donnelley is a subsidiary of Dun and Brad- street, Inc. Chapter S Of PEO Sisterhood Holds Election 0ff,:m Mrs. Charles Postlethwaite 1101 S. Samuel Street, Charles Town, was elected for a second term as president of Chapter S, P.E.O. Sisterhood at the meeting on Saturday, March 11, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Kefauver, Rivercliffs, Shepherdstown. A guest at the brunch and business meeting was Mrs. Donald Summer, Chapter S, Maryland, a member of Mrs. Kefauver's former P.E.O. chapter. Presenting the slate of nominees to he elected officers for the year 1978-79, was Mrs. Hugh Byrer, chairman of the nominating committee. Those elected to serve with Mrs. Postlethwaite were: Mrs. Robert Barrat, vice presdient; Mrs. George,. Dean, recording secretary; Linder Shepherdstown Jr. High Varsity Cagers Fine 12.4 Season; Tracy King Leading Mike Gibson, No. 42, goes up for one of his nine field goals late in the game against the Mar- tinsburg High Bulldogs, while Jeff Reynolds stands by ready to take the rebound, had the shot missed. But it didn't. Martinsburg's Bill Harmon is shown near Gibson watching the Gibson shot. (Photo by Errol Leslie) The Shepherdstown Junior High Varsity cagers, coached by Duane Colebank, enjoyed! another very fine and most successful season in 1977-78 with a 12-4 record, just two victories shy of the 14-4 record they registered the previous season. The Cardinals dropped two decisions to the undefeated Charles Town Junior High Varsity cagers, the only team to defeat them twice and one game each to Martinsburg and Har- pers Ferry. The Cardinals rolled up a total five games before losing to the Charles Town cagers by a 41-29 score. Then they lost a game to Martinsburg by a slim 30-28 score and then came back to win five more consecutive games before losing their last two games by close margins. Tracy King was the leading scorer for the Cardinals for the season with a total of 201 points in 16 games for an average of 12.5 points per game. The second top scorer for the Cardinals was Victor Winston with 104 points in 16 games, while Steve Weigle of 667 points in the 16 games they was third in the scoring with 94 played for an average of 41.7'. points and Joey Kessel was 4th points per game, while giving up I with 85 points, while Tommy only 482 points to their opposition i Diehl was 5th with 82 points. for an average of 30.1 points per I King was also the holder of the game. i top single game scoring for the The Cardinals won their first[ Cardinals, with 17 points in a game with the Tigers. He also had games in which he )Dints per game. Many of the Cardinals' squad become very the near future on High cage teams. Members of the shown above to right -- Mike Kessel, Gary Tommy Diehl an Back row, left to r Boyle, Steve We Jenkins, Andrew Winston, Tracy Raugh, who was dress for the final an injury. (Photo SWISH AND IT WAS TWO: Jeff Reynolds, who was one of the top reserves on the Cougar squad all season, is shown pumping one of the three field goals which he made in the stretch to help the Cougars defeat the Bulldogs 62-61, in the sectional championship game. Martinsburg's Mark Hull, No. 42, is shown making an attempt to block the shot by Reynolds, but to no avail. (Photo by Error Leslie) SHEPHERDSTOWN JR. HIGH 7TH GRADE CAGERS The Shepherdstown Junior High 7th graders only played a schedule this season and they finished up with a 1-3 Morgan Junior High of Winchester, Va., 48-42, losing twice to and once to Daniel Morgan. Berry Holmes and Donald Clark were scorers for Shepherdstown. Members of the squad, coached by are as shown above, first row, left to right -- Eddie Myers, Carlton Holmes, Jared Sheerer. Second row, left to right -- James J. Shiben, Berry Holmes, and Nell Banks. founded the P.E.O. Sisterhood in i Headquarters for the conference' 1869 at Iowa Wesleyan College in are located at the Holiday Inn - Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. OSU in Columbus, Ohio. A number of events are scheduled Harry L. Puster to take place on the Ohio State Will Be Delegate To 4-H Conference Harry L. Puster will be one of 400 delegates attending the sixth annual National Collegiate 4-H Conference held April 6-9 at the Ohio State University. This year's conference theme, "Beyond the Clover - For Their Tomorrow" was chosen as it depicts the role of the collegiate 4-H'er in relation to traditional 4- H programs. A number of workshops are included in the conference schedule and will focus on assertiveness training, service projects, 4-H programs for the handicapped, and other non-traditional 4-H programs. Campus. ...... Six.week-old fecting electric THE QUAD... TO MIX AND M '4 It's a complete man's wardrobe on a s125 rq. '1{ What an outstanding value ! Look at all you get; a blazer, reversible vest,slacks and on extra pair of con- trasting slacks l Wear them as a dress suit or a sport outfit--it's up to youl 100% texturized polyester in Navy and grown. ROMAN HITS FROM THE CIRCLE: Big 6-6 Junior Kevin Roman, who played a key role in the outstanding record of the Cougars this season, and who was one of the major factors both on defense and offense in their tournament win over Martinsburg, is shown going high into the air to hit on one of the five field goals he made in the game. Also shown in the picture is Mar- tinsburg's Mark Hull, No. 42 and Keith Brooks. (Photo by Errol Leslie) recoding secretary; Mrs. John Eidsness, treasurer; Mrs. Floyd Fenton, Chaplain; and Mrs. jack Keefe, guard. Delegates elected to the W. Va. State P.E.O. Convention which will meet at the Lakeview Inn and Country Club, Morgantown, April 28 and 29 are: Mrs. Postlethwaite, Mrs. Barrat and alternates, Mrs. Keefe and Mrs. Eidsness. Other members of Chapter S who will attend the convention are Mrs. John Parkinson, former chapter treasurer; Mrs. Peter Chak- rnakian, who was just appointed to the state; Rita Terry Carper, Cottey College Scholarship Fund committee, and Mrs. Fenton, acting chairman of the state amendments and recom- mendations committe. Chapter S will be celebrating its second anniversary on March 18, with a Founder's Day program at the home of Mrs. Keefe, 1310 W. King Street. Featured on the program will be Mrs. Parkinson and Mrs. Eid- sness who will represent the last two founders who lived to see the growth of P .E.O. Wearing gowns of the 1860 era, they will present a dialogue and tribute to the" seven young women who 1 Heel molded counter... RIDES EASY ON YOUR FOOT Also available with safety toe. RED WING SOUTHERN STATES .CHARLES TOWN W. Vk. LODOUN STREET MALL i /