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THAT'S ALL we ask. Try the convenience of our (DHve-In Window) or (Free Parking Lot)just once and you'll use it often, it is'here for YON convenience. i, We now pay 3 % Interest on all Savings Accounts. We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits. Harpe Ferry @ith. an mark; Kastle's and Home with a 4-11 record and A. T, T. with a 1-14 mark. KEPT DOOR OPEN In last week's action the Harp- ,ing conte.st;which will+ be held prior to the opening games each night, with a trophy to be pre- sented to the winner. Admission for each tournament session will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. + The tournament is only for boys of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, who will not become 13 years of age prior to April 1, 1966 A maximum of +12 players and two coaches will be allowed per team. Each team will be permitt- ed t~ enter the foul:shboting con- test. Making up the roster- of the Charles Town team will be Wal- ter Lloyd, Bruce Singhas, Donald The All-Stars of the Chal~les Town Midget BasketbMl League will attempt this week-end to de- fend the 'champiohship Of the Knights of Columbus basketball tournament they won last March when they go to St. Joseph's Cat- holic gymnasium in Martinsburg to participate in the second annual six-team K. of C. tourna- ment. The event which will bring together the best little cage play- ers in the section and area, will take place Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon. Participating teams in addition to Charles Town will be Hedges- viIle, Berkeley Springs, St. Jose- ph's, Hagerstown and a team re- presenting the Calvary Methodist Church in Martinsburg. Charles Town last year's champ ions, and Hagerstown, last year's runners-up in tournament play, drew a first round bye and will not see action until Saturday night. In the opening round of play Friday night, it will be Hedges- ville versus Berkeley Springs in the first game at 7 p. m. and Calvary Methodist of Martinsburg against St. Joseph's of Martins- burg in the second game at 8:15 p.m. March 9, Leon's Citgo downed the A. T. & T. cagers 59-22, with Allen Mahoney leading the Leon's attack with 20 points. R. Miller had 14 for Leon's, Waldeck 11, Myers and Mills 6 each and Whit- tington 2. For A. T. & T. it wasWarnick with 9 points, who was high. Bow ers had 4 points, Pickett 3, Quess enberry, Mumaw and Henry 2 each. In the secontl game Wednesday night, Harpers Ferry scored a 64-50 victory over Home Alter. Norval Willis led the Harpers Ferry scoring with 23 points, while Jackson had 19, W. Whit- more 10, Alger 8 :and D. Willis 4. J. Smith was top scorer for Home Alter with 14, while John- Saturdny night Ha~erstown Will take 6n the winner of the Hedges- ville - Berkeley Springs game of Friday night at 7 p. m. and in the final of the evening it will be Charles Town and the winner of Friday's battle between Calvary Methodist and St. Joseph's. The tournament consolation game will be at 1:15 p. m. Sunday with the final set for 2:30 p. m. Following the championship game trophies will be awarded to the tournament champions and the runner up team and eight players will be named to the All- Tournament team. There will also be a foul-shoot I Showen, Jimmy Walker and John Maconaughey, all 12 years of age and all sixth graders; Bruce P. Moler, Billy Thompson, Van Wat- son, John Dillow and Mac Nichols all 11 years old, and 6th graders; Ricky Knicely and Conrad Ham- mann, both ll-year old fifth grade rs. The Charles Town Midget Lea- gue stars defeated the Hagers- town Midget League All-Stars last March to win the tournament SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966 championship Tommy Ott and Gray of the Charles ToWn t Lawson McIvor were named to also won the foul-shooting The St. Joseph's Catholic Jun- ior High cagers took a big early when her husband was one of the lead Wednesday night and heldt top scorers for the Charles Town High Panthers and when he was so outstanding in both the Sec- tional and Regional tournaments in 1937 that he was named to both All-tournament teams. the All-Tournament team. Gary I test. (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products !:" ! And if Wide-Track styling doesn't prove it for you, ta~e a look at the way we're outselling all but two makes for the sixth straight year. Or take a look inside one of our 40 Pontiacs. 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GeOrge writes a mighty interestii g column for the TimesYMirror newspaper and it's a must with us every Friday .... GEORGE W)tRD who has been. following and writing sup r;t)f ftl ]t'ah . eball in this area, is the new Winchea r City ;SdftbMl sioner for 1966. We W i Ited lbs l+ +Ryland back in the days of the gi'ed W'mchestei- teams of the late 3O's and 40's and he is one fii e felloW... SEE WH RE OUR frtet d Ryland Con , a long-time for some yea mad turfied out some excellent teams at rSt0wn (Md.) High School, is now teaching in the S i ;hsbttyg .Md. Elem ittary School.. AMONG HEstand0ht horses on the grounds at Shenan- doah Dowl s, js Sidney Culv r's Albergo, winner of 13 races in 17 star s last year and holder of the longest string in the country for 1965 at 11 Straight... MEt, I IEI tRY, the fdi er V. P. t. who coached tournament Friday at College Park and you can be sure that a large number of itw l fans will be in the nifty field house on the MaiTland campuS.. Right now, we like the Wildcats to it !... collegia L +sket *aJl ams, tnd third-ranked Texas Western vs Utah in, the semi-flnals of the NCAA Championship IT WILL BE Kei tdcky Duke, the Nation's No. 1 and 2 (From Page One) the A. T. & T. teani with 16 points for A. T, & T., with 14 points, Mtunaw had 10 and Warrfick 8:. while Quessenberry had 12, Mum- + IU action +wednes@ay.. night, aw 8 and Pickett 1.+ Butch 17, J. Butch 4, and Myers er 6 and L. Kelley 4. 2. ~lohnson :was the top scorer for Warnick was the top scorer :.:+.::-::: -.:: .: :::':' ::.+'.:: :. : : :i ----- 10 A. M. To 6:00 P. M. Wbekdays--Saturday I0 A. M. To 9:00 P. M. , FeriT team kbpt the door son had 13, Oliver 10, Steve Well- Mike Kneisly, who stuffed in two [ open for a possible seasonal dead er 7 and L. Kelley 6. fielders and hit five-for-five at ?re? I t~,~. b'etweeid. Le0h s Citg0 and The third game of the night the foul line in the last quarter, [~l~el~nlghts Of Pythias, oy upsett- went to the Kni~ht.~ nf P~tblh~ which preserved the victory for , , :ng the Leo.n's cagers: 67-66 in an 1 by a, 49.45 score o er- tl e Ka"st'ie's St: 0e In the championship game | X tlng battle Thursday evenmg, I Men s Shop. Roger Ramey, with It was actually at the foul line Re m~ + ......... ++ ~;,,~,~ ~,~,, ~,,~ [:M~irch 10, ] 14 points, led the K of P scoring that St. Joe won the contest, Jeff~rg~so~nr ~'oson~y acItindnep~nndth~ play'e~l Sa~u'r~la'y~"n~igl~t",~Iar'c~ 2~6~. I,1 In the battle, the first of three I while John Newman had 11, C. since they were outgoaled from Basketball League came to a close The Leon's Cltgo team of Shep- ~ged Thursday night, . Da~e t Hammann, 7, J: Ross and S. Tay- the floor 16-14 by Musselman: Monday night' on the Charles ~erdstown are the teague champ- .~.1 led=the lor.~6 each, D. Ba.ile$ 4 .andBent-St. Job hit +on 10 of 11 free Town Junior High School hard- aorta, lmving elinchi~ the crown .~ the vi :on z. Jonn.. SChultz led the ~asuethrows in the second half ~o woods. And post season tourna- Mondgy night on the Charles Norval attack w th 19 "while B. maintain a slim lead to the end. merit play will get underway Mort Town Junior High Iiardwoods, Harpers F~rry; ~ack~n had 9, W. ] Burch had 12, J. Burch 6, Walker They had 13 of 21 fouls in the day night, March 2! on the Char- with a decisive victory over the Whitmore.had 7; D. Willis, 6"+and 1 5 and Myers 3. game, while Musselman hit for leg Town Senior High floor, last-place A. T. & T. cage Jones and Alger 2 each. MONDAY ACTION I only 7 Of at the foul line I For Leon's it was Allen Maho- Six of the four league teams Their victory made it imposs- , ...... len M h.o-I In action Monday night, March LEAGU--E-'-- wilt.+go irit;o action in ~e double ible for the Knights of Pythias :t~a~;~o:~n~Wnlecn paced the~]7, the Knights of Pythias scored he~r cage att~a~ti0n Which wiIl cagbrs, who finished second in .... ~:~ ~.'~. T ~'~.,r.~L~ ~.~ l an 83-63 victory over Harpei~s FROM PAGE 1--B get underway at 7 p. m. In the - wamecK nau tt mi.er regular season actmn, lust a game Fe , Sam Ta lor led the K of that was doing the scoring the re- .... rry y , . . first round of play the Home back of Leon's, to gain a tie and B..: Mills, ..... 8, D. Myers ~111~6 and l~:]p.j Scoring with 20 points, while bounding, or setting up the plays Alter cagers, who finished fifth f rce a pla.v-p , .even though tepnens z. Roger Ramey had 18, J. Newman, for the Nelson team. " ' ' I ' ' in seasonal play, will take on the they cl!d l astl+e s Men s t .,n the .second game Thursday [ 15, C. Hammann 14, W. Benton I As Mrs. Sherman League watch Kastle Men's Shop team in the Shop by a 54.48 sCore in the see.] eyeing me. Knights of Pythias t 10 and J. Ross 6. ! ed her two sons turn in such out first game; anti Harpers Ferry, ond game of the doubleheader,kept themselves in the race for] Norval Willis led the Harpers standing cage performances for the third-place team, plays host attraction, the crown scoring a one-sided 67-]Ferry scoring with 23 points, the Nels0n High team, her to the last-place A. T. & T. cagers The third ,ame of the ni ,ht $3 victory over the last-place A. I while Jackson had 20, D. Trail thoughts might well have drifted in the second game. did not com off since H0me T.,& T: cagers.. and Alger 6, back some 30 years to the days The second round a++ .,,+ ho,,, ..... +.+..., ..... donn l lew man led theeK.K erPbf P I theIn the second ame of the ni ht " + i T H'E+ ' of tourna- to put a team on the floor, ~rld ~t~ck.+wi.th 30 po~ts, whileLeon's Cltgo team scored a ment play will take place Tuesday evening, March 22, with the win- thereby had to forfeit to the t;t.trlll had 13; J. Ross had 8, ]54-45 win over Kastle's Men's ner of the Home Alter-Kastle Har'~ers Ferr,, ca~ers $. Taylor 7, C Hammann 7, and IShop Clarence Branson led the j~. +v ~ , . . " ,- , Thus th~ final league standings ~ +. .... " .. ] battle me ting -I on's Citgo 7 Benton 2 scoring for Leon s with 21 points, p. i~ and the .i+nl~er of the Harp for regular seas0il: play shows F+r the Home Alter team it l while A. Mah0ney had 16, Milldr MR1H T. STRII~R C0. era Ferry - J. T. & T. b~ittle meet th~ ..... Le0n'~ cit+n with~ 13 victories' wa~, J.+ Smith ..... with nine pointS, 8, Hunter 8, and Waldeck 1 John and only two defeatS; the Knights Who high $c0rer.lej0 t I Schultz again led the Kastle scoi> C 0 L 0 N I A L ing the Knights of Pythias at of Pythias with 12 wins and t ree 7, S. W ler and L. Kelle y l illg with 18 points. B. Walker had 8:30. , + aiid Anders 2 cacti 113. B. Butch 8, Myers 4 and J.FUNERAL HOME third game the night I Burch 2. Saw the Kastle's Men's Shop score The Home Alt r team scored aCharles Town a o -sided 7 -34 victory over the 50-35 victory in the third game, Shepherdstown A. T. & T. John Schultz led the with J. Smith leading the attack Kastle team to victory with 33 for Home Alter with 22 points. 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 Imhlts, wltile Wilt + had 18, B. Oliver Weller had 18, Steve Well- ....... ................ It was the clutch shooting of favorites, and they came through with a great rally in the last seven seconds of play to beat the little Panthers 37-33. 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Then Tuesday night they ran into the Charles Town High cagers, one of the pre-tournament APPI.IA E HTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. COMPLETE LiNE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATORS- TELEVISIONS