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The r~an with NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA SPORTS NEWS JflgOM W&GE X AND VIEWS Jb'RUM FAGI~ A MARTINSBURG'S BULLDOGS hit the high as well as the low in two departments at the State Class AAA basket- ball tournament last week in Huntington. Victims of the highest single game score ever recorded by a high school basketball team in the tournament when the huntington Pony Express roiled up an almost unbelie,(able 102 pom s, the Bulldogs failed mmerably when tnew could only snow a 19 percent mark while shooting from the floor. This was alsoa new low .for state tournament competition. Prospective High School Graduates May File For Navy R. C. Hawls, gunner's mate first class, recruiter in charge of the local Navy recruiting off!ce, post office building, Charles 'lown, an nounces -that prospective 1961 high school graduates may begin filing their applications immed- iately for enlistment in the Uni- ted States Navy. Due to the possibility of restric ted quotas during the summer months, enlistment will be offer- ed to those based on the date of filing of the applications, but the application doe not obligate the visit your local navy recruiter in the post office building, Martins- burg, W. Va. during the office hours of 9:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. daily and from 9:00 A. M. to noon on Saturday, or call AM 33112 during office hours or AM 355Zb after office hours. Your navy re- cruiter may be contacted each friday at tl~e post office in Char les l'own between 1.00 p. In. anu 2p.m, Ernest Pope Appointed Acting Postmaster At Harpers Ferry Ernest Pope became acting pus, master at the Harpers Ferry Pos office last Wednesday accordint, to an announcement by the Jet applicant in any manner. All ne- ferson County Democratic Exe- cessary papers, tests and physic- cutive Committee. He replaces al examinations can be completed Miss Virginia Earman, who also prior to graduation and this will was filling the post in an acting allow the graduate the opportun-capacity during a 1951.53 period. ity of reserving an enlistment in t The committee also announced the navy with out having to wait that Mrs. Herbert W. Everhar; because of quota limitations. ' has begun duties at Kearneysvill, For more detailed information as acting postmaster. BLUE SHIELD Announcing New Fees and New Benefits! March 30, 1961 will signal the start of a new era of Blue Cross and Blue Shield Care/or You. All subscribers are being sent detailed informa- tion via mail but briefly here are some of the many new benefits you and your family will be entitled to: NEW BLUE HOSPITAL 1. Increase in Basic Contract 35 to 70 DAYS of Hospital Care for Each Con- finement Period. 2. Coverage of Babies from Birth. 3. Hospital Coverage for Oral Surgery. 4. Out.Patient* Surgical Services. $. Relaxation of the Maternity "Waiting Period" in crees of Miscarriage, Etc. 6. Full "Coverage for AH Necessary X.Rays when Admitted to a Hospital. 7. Out-Patient* Physical Therapy Treatment. 8. Fall Coverage for All Laboratory Services when Admitted to a Hospital. * When Not Admitted as a Bed Patient. NEW BLUE SHIELD MEDICAL- SURGICAL 1. Higher, Maximum Payment for Anesthesia. 2. Professional Oral Surgery Services. $. Coverage for Out-Patient Radiation Therapy. 4. Out-Patient Diagnostic X-Rays and Diag- nostic Medical Services. 5. Relaxation of the Maternity "Waiting Period" in cases ef Miscarriage, Etc. 6. Coverage of Babies from Birth. ** These lists are a brief summary of your in- creased benefits --- complete details are in your new certificate. It has been over three years since Blue Cross and Blue Shield fees have been adjusted. Modern Hosp and Medical methods mean more people c, an be returned to health by your hospital and doctor ----naturally this means that the cost of this improved care (the cost of living) has in, creased, tOO. Your Blue Cross --- Blue Shield rates must be increased ,:to continue to give you this better health care, morei realistic fees will also proyide you with the broader range of benefits listed above. Better health care costs More --- certainly you want uo less than the best. Our Confederation-Merger with the West Vir- ginia Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans of Wheeling will materially strengtheu and moder- nize both plans. In addition to the increased benefits you will find that the New Era in Blue Cross-Blue Shield Care for you will give you better, more comprehensive coverage, more effi- cient management and prompt, courteous service. Remember, Bllae Cross and Blue Shield give you and y0urs 'Priceless Protection'. OF HORT N WEST VIRGINIA, INC. (Fomerly Marion County Hospital md Medical Service, Inc.) Phone 922 Bldg.'-- r ont, wmt Vt hda BY DON RENTCH from all parts of the state to see Congratulations are certainly and enjoy a show which convert- in order for the efficient, effect- ed even the sanest of citizens into ive and certainly hospitable man- screaming and excited boosters ner in which the West Virginia of their favorite team and player. Secondary Schools Activities Corn And the wonderful pageantry mission and Marshall University and Madri-Gras like gaiety which ran off the 48th annum West Vir contributed to the over-all pic- ginia high school basketball tour nament staged last Thursday thro ugh Saturday night in the huge and spacious Memorial Field House in Huntington. And despite the fact that no ex pense was spared to provide ev- ery convenience and service for the thousands of fans, the play- ers, sportswriters and broaacas- ters, coaches and others and also to make this the greatest of the states scnoolboy sports shows we neard trom rehaDlesources in tiun~mgton tnar mis tourna- ment promises to be the most suc cesful of them all financially. It was a mammoth job well done and one that required hours days and weeks of planning and work. There was not only the job of arranging tor me care and com- tor~ ox me parueipants and the running of me tournament once it got underway, Out tournamen ozt~ezals very graciously anu most effectively took on a adtlea cadre in proviamg a full measure of "red carpet" treatment me some halt nundred or more news paper and raaio men, mgn SChOOl anO eollege coacnes ana omer SChool ottzczals, during mezr stay m ]duntmgmn. They Came From Everywhere rom all parts of the state they came ann while tmdoubtealy cer- tain eourtesms were expected by me press and radm, we certainly were pleaamly surpmsd to fred such an elaoorate set-up of facll- lues and services at our msposal. au at me expense o[ me tour nament. Everytmng had been ~nougnt of trom typewriters to SaLLUWLCneS and cotxee. And au ot tins service and hos: pitahty not only made the stay of tl~e newsmen and coaches in Hun- tmgton most enjoyable, but it gave everyone a better opportun- to more enjoy the excitement, pageantry, gaiety, tenseness and ,ozse of the affair. Although only 12 schools were . .presented in the three classes tournament play, certainly .aany times 12 cities and towns were represented. They came ture didn't end even with the crowning of the state's three top basketball teams. It continued in most instances until the new champions and even some of the defeated teams, had ridden home in style. In the case of the winners many of their ardent supporters who in many cases had travelled hundreds of miles to see their team become champions, formed long car caravans to accompany I their team home. And in the case i of Martinsburg there was a royal homecoming welcome for the Bulldogs even in defeat. Unfavorable Notes About the only unfavorable notes of the week-end trip to Hun tington from our standpoint was the snow, sleet and rain which we had to go through enroute to and returning from Huntington and the quick judgement which the sportswriters and broadcasters passed on the play of some of the tournament , teams, especially Martmsburg. It is no more right to judge a team or it's performance in one tournament game, than it is to judge a book it's cover. But in me case of Martmsburg's Bull- dogs they were judged solely on one per ormance, wire little or no conslaeration being given to it's seasonal record ann sectional and regmnal tournament play. It has always been said that it's no disgrace to lose as long as a minimum effort is put forth. ~ut some of the comments Wmcn we heard in Huntington from sportswriters and coaches follow- mg tile vmrtmsburg-nuntmgton game certainly ule *maruns- utlrg exnzozcton in the chSgl'ace category. We agree it was uutor- Lunate mat me Dullaogs WhO were making meir tlrs~ apparan ce in a stale tournamen in Z~ years, were not able to g~ve a Dei- cer performance, l ut to call it a msgrace and say that the team am not belong in the tournament was taK,ng a Dlt too tar. Tins same explanation, could ~lave mm pz'ooauly zzas ziappelleO uur~lg ~ne years, tO just abOUt every team m me tournament. tHIS nappenett last week omy to ~vxarunsourg. W aen me situation arises that one can tto ao an- o ixer can ao no wron taere has in me past and wlil oe in tne rut ure, a most uneven batle, ires is It was announced this week by Russell Miller, chairman of the Alumnus Association for :Lights For Charles Town High School that he and his committee had sent out fifteen hundred let- ters to alumni asking for donat- ions towards the cost of this pro- ject. At the same time Russell Miller will have in his possession a master list which may be help- ful to alumni groups who may wish to get together for a reun- ion or other events. The commit- tee realizes there may be a few names in the wrong classes and if so would like to hear from these people so they may make the change and keep hn up to date , de. A lot of names were omitted oecause of insufficient addresses, unable to find the women since a lot of their maiden names have changed and they were unable to find them. Russell Miller has printed below the names of al- umni who he was unable to find. anyone knows of these address he would appreciate it if the ~ould write him or send just a posmard with their correct ad- dress and year in which they graduated to RUSSELL MILLER 039 S. SEMINARY ST., CHAR. t~ES TOWN, W. Va. It is hoped hat a great majority of these ,mines can be found so that the ides can be completed and any one wishing to acquire these rec ords can do so by calling Russell ,adler. t925---Virginia Callan, Bessie .zae Conklyn, Kathryn Light, An- m Smith, Archie Morgan. 1926---Stella George, Caroline Webster. 1927--Virginia Conklyn, Ger- trude Edwards, Lorna Mae Shull, /irginia Smallwoed. 1928--Janie Mitchener. 1929--Virginia Tharpe 1930---Frances Alien, Ethel ackson, Lawrence Callan. 1931--Helen Blum, Thelma Grove, Estner Manstaff, Helen ,tercer, Vesta Oden, Mary Phil- lips, Marion Theodore, Margaret Willie, Carroll Speck. 1932--Rebecca Burns, Virginia Demory, Maxine Elliott, Frances i 1960---Elda Alger, Milton Coop er, Nancy Geltz, Joan Griffith, Ellen Heishman, Neville Hind- man, Mary Martin, Shirley Mc- Donough, James O'Bryan, Rich- ard Poston, Leroy Ridgeway, Hen ry Smith, Robert Smith, Ruby Viands, Carolyn Ware, Charles Ware, Bernie Welsh, Norman White, Bernice Willingham, Cal- vin Woodard. By Miss Margaret Houser Bake Sale March 26 The church of God of Bakerton will hold a two weeks revival starting March 26. Special music and the message being brought by the pastor Rev. Rennner. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. motored to Ranson off Sunday and were guests of Mr. Arthur Webb and family. Word was received by friends on Wednesday of the death of Mrs. Katis Rice, wife of the late Albert Rice of Washington, Mrs. Rice is survived by three daugh- ters, Mrs. Nellie Moler of Chev- erly, Md., Mrs. Mable McDonald and Mrs. Mildred Lewis and three sons Gilbert, Carlton and Wood- row Rice all of Washington. Inter ment was in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Rice was a former resident of Bakerton. O. E. Cole of Washington and son Edward Lee Cole of Martins- burg were guests of Mr: and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. F. A. Hill on Wednesday evening. Mrs, Harold Robinson and sons of Harpers Ferry were Thursday guests of her parent Mr. and rM . Robert Watson. Mr. Clyde Daugherty of Hagers town, Md. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daugherty on Tues- day. Mrs. Florence Runion is visit- ing her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stillwell in Chambersburg, Pa. Raleigh Moler, George Kilwiler and Bud Cogle who have employ- ment in Baltimore, Md. visited their homes over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle Frazier, Audrey Hendricks, Yvon and daughter of Shepherdstown ne Johnson, Eugene Ware, Logan were Saturday evening supper Ware, Battalie Kemp. guests of her parents Mr. and 1933---Evelyn Dillow, Virginia Mrs. William Snyder. Jackson, Beulah Johnson, Margar Mrs. Strother Morrison and et Link, Pauline Marsteller, Day. Billy, Mrs. Bert Loudan accom- id Eye. punted by Mr. Charles Webb of 1934---Vernon Cross, Ira Dal-Alexandria, Va. motored to Terra garn, Amy Marshall, John H. Alta, W. Va. Sunday and visited ~Light. :Mr. Strotheg,~0rrison who i5 a 1935--Naomi Cornwell, Vivian patient at H~nt-$nd~ ~le~;is Fisher, Mary Louise Huntzberry, getting along fine Nesbit Riley, Louise Russell, Sus Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAaM m 2---B THURSDAY, MARCH NORMAN E. KISNER e ae. wzzat happened to uaruns an W eller, Mary L. Johnston, An- and Mrs. Samuel Secura of Knox ouz-g m zzuntmg on. Tins not na Mahoney, Edith McCormick, ville, Md. were Sunday guests of to auoi me poor snowing tae tHoward Goodell, Temple Mer- Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. and INSURANCE AGENCY nunuogs made. nunung on was a chant, Quinton Ott, Ernest Rug- Mrs. Harding and son. ~etter oall muD, poszoiy ZO points era. Office City Building beter, nine out ot ten umes[ ,1936---Martha Collis, Willa noc ao points oecter, not even aoI Ware, Robert Chapman. Telephone 552 or au po,zl s oetter. 1937--Anna M. Jackson Charles Town, W. Va. Is is true mat the high school teams in tills section ana area ~ ] O0not play SHe test-running type I IA'rlOHWlDE game played z nomer parts Of ~MUTUALINSURkNC[C01dPkN | me state. J~ut it does not hold %' --". ...e ,UUYUALFIREINSURANCECOMPM / | rue tna6 a slow andaehberate I """- tiff INSURANCE COMPANY I type of basKet0aU can never ormg a victory, borne of the nat- $2.50 Per Week Uhe "Mas~er" --.4~neriea's finest washer, vet It cost only 1938---Helen Uriah, Elizabeth Harrison, Agnes May Jackson, An ne Lewis, Francis Ring, Eleanor Theodore, James Henthorne, Da- vid Hurley, Marion. L. Marlow, Freddie Mahoney, routs Grand- staff. 1939--Robert Whittington, Kent Brockman, Mary Catherine Light David Light, Peggy Moler. 1940---Marion Payne, Mary Frances Bradley, Charles Madi- son, Willian Williams I942--Ruby Carpenter, Mildred Goode, Nancy Jackson, Harold Miller. 1944--Rebecca Propps, Honore Ripple, Zane Sherman, Margaret Ware, Anne Whiting, Estelle Wilt, Evelyn Lynn, Ida Wilt, Mary Shiley, Lfllie Sllveous, Har- riett Griffith, Elsie Hardy, Sara Harold, Philip Childs, Geneva ion s top college teams have used the slow, delioerate and ball con- trol type ot basketball to score meir D~ggest upsets. It was god enough for Martins- burg to beat Rlchwood and Wes- ton,two of the fastest running teams in Central West Virginia, me former navmg scored a gooa victory over the same BecKley team which finished in the run- ner-up spot in tournament play. lfuntmgeon shot beter and play ed just as well in all diner as- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houser and daughter spent Sunday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hig don at Knoxville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Powall and children of Leesburg, Va. were the weekend guests of hr parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bet. Mr. and Mrs. William Hough and children motored to Millville on Sunday and were guests of her parems Mr. and Mrs. Herchell Caniford, the occasion being Mrs. Houghs birthday. Mrs. Eva Marcus of Baltimore, Md. was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson and also visited her brother Pine who is a Kings Daughters tinsburg. SAVILLE SPEAKER BUILDERS CLASS Ed Saville will be for the Builders Class of les Town Methodist Sunday, March 26 at are always welcome. GO TO CHURCH USE THE PRODUCTION op $189.95. F.~y m pay for. Holds more; geetm water hot longer: washes faster, cleaner. Saves work and ,tree. ~ it now! CHARLES TOWN GAS C0.. INC 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. TO SUBSCRIBERS: If Somebody Keeps Borrowing Your SPIRIT- ADVOCATE --give him this coupon The Spirit of Jefferson. Advocate, Charles Town, W. Va. Please enter my subscription for .... year(s) and start the paper immediately. Nme ...............o .... , St. Address ................ State , ,. ,,, o,,, ,,,, ,, ,, ,,, $3.50 per year, plus 10 cent8 tax in Weest Vlrginia~ pecks against ~vtartinsburg as the sportswriters from boumern West v lrgmla said they would. ~aartinsburg on th other hand, aowever, never did show any of ~ne offensive or defensive form winch gave them the best season- al record of any Martmsburg iign team and a Regional champ lonsnip lor the fh'st tune in 2~ years. And we might say one of the most disturbing factors develop- ed following the Martinsburg- rluntmgton game was the almost panicky-like atitude of many of me coaches in other parts of the state who began suggesting a change in the Region 2 set-up to include the Clarksburg teams in this Region. Their reasoning was this move would strengthen play in Region 2. It could and probab- ly would, but then there's no guar antee that it would year a{ter year. Where have the Clarksburg teams been for the past 20 years. The official tournament records don't show any of them were good enough to win the Class AAA title, or even reach the semi-finals. Elkins, Fairmont and Morgantown have, but not Clerks- burg. Senior Parents Club Plan Charm Revue A meeting of the Senior Par- ents Club was held March 22 and further plans wore made for the Charm Review which will be held Duskey, Mary Ambrose. 1947---Shaulter Allen, Lester Edwards, Sara Blum, Lois Ann Fox, Myrtle Custer, Esther Bus- Bard, Mary Louise Hardy, Joe Hat ris, Alma Howell, Logan Lynch, Mary Frances Keiter, Ida Louise Lancaster, Geraldine Stokes, Alice Spates, Violet Yvonne Singhas, 1949--Jo Ann Edwards, John Goliday. 1951--Douglas Harrison, Car- roll Anders, Gene Daniels, .Jean Davis, Carl Milton, John Whitt- ington. 1953--Richard Machado, Nancy Jean Triggs, Elizabeth Whirley, Jo Anne Hindman, Willard Mar- tin, Neil Stuckey, Marvin Jackson 1954--Marian Dillow, Shelva Jean Lawson, Virginia Penwell, Anne Elizabeth Hough, Garnet Wilt, Margaret Smith, Donna Smallwood. 1955,--Estella Gray, Sylvia Brad ley, Victoria Longerbeam, Cather ine McCarty, Elizabeth Payne, Francts Ware, Marsha Hunter, Tommy Thompson. 1956z-Clyde Beahm, June Gar- ner, Margaret Gray, Anna Host- ler, Ruby Lancaster, Dorothy Price, Mary Russell, Gilbert War- son. 1957--Robert Abshire, Betty Anders, Shelby Jean Carper, Ger- aldine Gardner, Georgiana James, Irma Jenkins, Kenneth Price, Larry Whittington. 1958--Nancy Lou Poplins, Bun nie Ethel Chamberlain, Charlotte Marcum, Betty Louise Gray, Juan its Violet Ring, Robert Nelson Golightly, Geraldine Jahe Frye, Ernest McKee, Charles Price, Gar April 14th. The $50.00 clothing net Wayne Turner, Margaret HiI- certificate which the club mere-[ler. bers have been 1959--James Sure. Top Quality Seed sometimes costs little more than ordinary seed. Maybe penny or two more per acre out of eveff dollar of annual production cost. But Top Quality Seed gives you 10% more greater yields than ordinary seed, conservative agronomists. Down go your production costs per acre, up go your profits. IT THE BEST S 0 UT H ER N CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE PHONE 443 RANSON, W. VA. 1 Rambler News Is good! March Sales are running at an all-time record, rate. That's right! More people bought Ramblers in the first third ot ; March than in any similar period in Rambler history! Yes---Rambler leads the economic upswing as more car buyers discover that Rambler Excellence gives a bonus on every car dollar they invest, | Now Is A Good Time To Buyl Rambler means business! Right now, Rambler dealers are out after eve . more sales with the kind of fair-and-square liberal deals that car buyer can't afford to pass by. Used car prices have firmed. That means present car is worth more in trade now on a new Rambler. Why Is Rambler Breaking Sales Records? Compact cars'are capturing an ever-growing share of the new eAff market. Why does Rambler continue to hit new sales heights? Beca$ =. Rambler is better than the big cars and best of the compacts. Here the reasons: ONLY RAMBLER offers 3 distinct sizes of compact cars RAMBLER IS voted most trouble- free by owners RAMBLER OFFlUtS America's low- eat prices tion... Ceramic-Armored mutter and taflplpe designed to far oct* last ordinary mumers | '. , RAMBLER S RECORD ECONOM"~" proved by 11 years and 35 owner-driven miles ALL RAMBLERS HAVE such exclu- ONLY RAMBLER has a comP sire quality features as Deep-Dip car for six 6-footers rustpr ollng way up to the roof...RAMBLER HAS top resale ,'i rattle free Single-Unit construc- proved by official Used Car : / Ask Your Neighbor About His Rambler He'll tell you why Rambler dealers sell twice as many compact cars dealer as most other dealer groups. And your Rambler dealer can you a better deal on the best of the compacts. Drive Rambler--WOP ': atandard of compact car excellence! RAMBLER DEALERS ARE DEALINGI COME IN '['own, H.