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MAKE AN ENGAGEMENT with us to open a savings at'count for yourself and yoUr children. Thrift is still a virtue that makes dreams of travel and security come true. The time to Start sav',mg is NOW and regularly from each Paycheck. Open your savings account today. We now pay 3V2 % Interest on all Savings Accounts. We His0 offer 4% Certificate of Deposits. g St.Joseph's Are New Ch " i The All-Stars of the Charles town attack with 10 points also. Town Midget League, who won In the consolation game Char- the championship of the Knights of Columbus Midget cage tourna- ment in I965, finished third in the event this year, defeatin~ Hedgesville 40-22 in the consolat- ion game Sunday afternoon after having been defeated by St. Jos- eph's midget dribblers in the semi-finals Saturday night by a 44-23 score. The St. Joe boys, after downing Charle Town went on to win the tournament crown Sunday after- noon in the championship game by defeating the Hagerstown Md. Midgets 29-20. In this game Hagerstown jump ed off to a 6-0 lead, but St. Joe came back to garner the next ten points to hold a 14-14 tie with the Marylanders. Then St. Joe went on top in the third period 21-14 and stayed in front the rest of the way. Cordell led the St. Joe attack with 10 points, while Fowler had nine. Phil Lane led the Hagers. les Town moved into an early lead and stayed in front all the way. Walter Lloyd led the Char- les ToWn attack with 16 points, while Jimmy Walker had 10. In their first tournament ap- pearance Charles Town's Stars who had drawn a first round bye by reason of being defending champions, fell behind early in their battle with St. Joe and never caught up. Cordell poured in 18 points to lead the St. Joe attack Following the championship game the tournament awards were presented and an a|!-tourna sent team was named. And Bruce Singhas of Charles Town, was named to the coveted team along with Fowler and Cordell of St. Joe Scot Lewis of Calvary ! Method[st Church, Martmsburg; Kevin Keesecker of Hedgesville; Jack Seibert of Berkeley Springs; and John Smothera and Charles Rideoutt, both of Hagerstown. ounced by Coach Lorenz: April 6 - St. Joe of Martinsburg at Baker V. A. Center diamond, 2p.m, April 12 - Harpers Ferry, away 4p.m. April 14 . Martinsburg, away, 3:30 p. m. April 19 - Shepherdstown, home 2:30 p. m. April 22 - Martinsburg, home, 2:30 p. in. April 26 - St Joe, Home at 2:30 April 28. Harpers Ferry, home 2:30 p. m. over the league lead by scoring a pair of victories, winning the first 4-0 and the second 3-1. The Thunderbirds scored a 3-1 vic- tory while the Rolling Pins drop pad a 3-1 decision. B. K. Kisner rolled the high single game score of the day, a 196, while D. Cline had the high individual set score a 527. The Head Pins had the high team game score, 544 and the Comets had high set score 1553. Millie Anderson had the high individual set score, an even 500 May 4 - Shepherdstown, away, and she also remains as the lea- 3:30 gue's leading bowler with a 164 May 6 - Hedgesville, away, 2 average. P.m. May 10. Loudoun County EVa.) KASTLE'S DOWNS JOKERS High, away, 4 p.m. IN BRUNSWICK DUCKPIN May 13 - Loudoun County home BOWLING LEAGUE ACTION . 4 ~Ia~" 20 . Hedgesville, home, The Kastle's Ladies' Bowling ~ TA~, ~|,, ] May 7 - Dual meet with Lou- " .......... - 230 team of Charles Town, scored a UnUEK sager, pHyla bwaomy ann ' " ~ 0 v]0~'' ., A. +~. t..,...o -. ~ IN [OIl~ ]doun County High in Charles Ernie Jones, all seniors; Bill Mer _ " ..... "- "~:'J .U'=L ~'+:= ,o~.? ,. p l Town. ] ~cuon m me Lames DUCKpin FROM PAGE 1--~ [ May 14. Regional Meet NicR C ::.. Don fletzeli onBwlingth e Brunsw]ckLeague" ThursdaYalleys Thenightv,c" . Wilson bl the: ~'yard dash. I''- " ~ [?:fs a;ddRfleYdT~o~nnaalsloJ~n" .FROM PAGE ,--B tory permitted the Kastle team Other members of the ~squad] ~|tc~]|no I P - again this year. to move into second place in the ~i' nL~::~?~,E, 1to::n more .... Don, sonofMr, andMrs. Lowell league standingS.victory ~! = : i; " r ~. Coach Lorenz will have almost Hetzell, of Bakerton, is well- Gertrude Prain led the Kastle a .complete veteran infield back known in baseball circles in Jeff- team to theWith -- since David Swadl@ is workingerson County and this section as a single game of 130 and a higha highset a z said, opt at ~irsL base again, Gregg Cor result of the many fine perfo~- score of 373. She rolled games of " d to ack up his statement~ man, Richard Blaekford, Rmhard]ab0ut ntavlno" o ~f~. ..... had,,t~ b.in at .secondbase and Ernie mances he has given in the past 115, 128 and 130. Long,.: all ...... 9th graders. James,. I ~orenz=" "=announced'~"~'a ........ 12-game~' Jo~es .at ..sn.o~0p, 'rms leaves on the baseball diamond of the Other set scores for members whittington, a...... loin graaer,~ .... i, Len- [schedule whmh the Panthers will' ~2~Yl~n~o t~i]~a aDaSeC:P:l~ ~n_~ne t County, section and area. of the Kastle team in the match neua tiaruy, aria Jonn ~noeKey, I "ia:" ~t inci- :~- ~ = .... . ., .. u . J.~r~u ere" ~ Mike Alva's ~a ~en~" Va*'~s I ~' uues sucn traumonauy ~aid he h~ ~ ..mh~ .r ~.~-. ] - _ .... W . E. Moore 313, Amy Alger ~' ?~", _~"~? ~$ ~2~',l strong schoolboy baseball powers ~-Dro~c~ for'~fha(~"~-.~l ~ ~ _ ~ , ~ , 317; Helen Kelican 342 and Vir, ~xm graaers, ann x,m ~,a~uvy, '~.Ntis~teetion Hed~esvill= ~-h Turn~ t' .... g ia Dorsey 302 a 2thgrader. ' " a a ......... ..__ ~- ........ ~ __ ] lw ys tough m b~seball; Loud, g 0 ~the .~utfield, there Ind" ' " tJoaca Joraan gala ne wl~ Prom l0u. f'~-.t= ..n ~ho.h.,-n.+.w. ~fllbef~it~h~ ~:t~ir' 7sh:a was I] "" " "" ' :" ] Kastle bowlers are" E Moore 100; ably c0n.centrate m0stly f0r the | wlm ....i~ .,um.~....a t,. ,ho p~h~r a as s0n;the][ ] elica " " ............. , ........ v ............ . ..... in,st[ H. K n 101; Amy A1 er 103, ~rXtimW~ on t~ d?s kOn s e~o i di~on~;" and-"~ ~'ar~insburg aR: dlea~iuls coandendCh:: f2__ . ~1~ V. Dorsey 106 and T. Pra~ 111. ' ~ r J~ =" -- , . . I lgh Bulldogs, who have been outfield posts. . II I GOOVE nSOTnE~ VOWNS aearn wna can ao esz, ann I ~hedul~d rnae ................. ........... ..... Sager may do some pitching]l I MASON REALTY 3-0 IN t en after the hrstmeet in Boons ]this season for th,~ n~s+ +~mo ~. bore make some shifts .... |som~ ve~rs ..... ~" ..... i stnce he has been ]ooking very[ I ~--'~1 m _ _ .... The Panthers now have sche-! --~ " /~d in tha~ department. Bu't[[ ~, - -. _~. [ WINCHESTER BOWLING duled a total of e~ght meets, in-[ 124~AME EC~DULE i when he isn t on the modhd hell | The Goode Brothers Buick & cluding the annual l gi0hdl [ The 12game baseball schedule lwill be roaming the outfield. [I ~- -- : i Pontiac Ladles bowling team of meet. I Will get underway Wednesday, I Pitching, Catching Uncertain [[ ~ I Charles T0wh scored a 34) victory weeTleke ~yhegUale:sjoanr~ounced th~ss] Ap~ln6~?ttheenBt?:rpVnAh.e?:nwt~,l~ So that leaves the pitching and [I I over the Mason Realty team Of catching chores to solve, and] .- - , Winchester, Va., Friday night in follows: I be the guests of the St. Joseph s I while Coach I~oren~ said he has I THREE TE -" ~ "- -" action in the Winchester Evening APril 5 - Dual meet ~t Bt)dhS- ] Catholic High batsmen in a game ] Rome-seven boys who have been[' AMS BATTLE St~r Duckpin Bowling League. bore at 3 ,~ m | set for 2 p. m. The St. Joe bats- ] Working out as pitchers, only [ FOR LEAD IN LADIES i-trude Prain led the Goode _., ~" . ", ..... ,__ ._J_, ^, Imen, are also a new team on the I Buddy Lanham an(l Wayne Hill [ TRIW BOWLING LEAGUE ~ " ry " Brothers team t wcto w~th a Ap~, ~o - ~ .~u~ar m~t., a~ ~Ch-rle .... ' a s lown scneume Charles Town at 2:30 with Shep-] And m addition to St.' Joe "ar t saw any real service on the , high single game score of 135. herdstown and Musselman. I " ' , m : I mound last season. Others wh31LADIES TRIO LEAGUE Bidd:~ Smoot had a high game of r A ia ar meet at tmsburg Shepherdstown, and Ap il 22- tr ngul . t are trying their hand at pitching[ STANDING OF TEAMS 126, Amy Alger, a 120 and Vir- Boonsboro with Middletown Md. [Hedgesvhle, Charles Town will lure: Bill Merchant, Riley Thomp. [Team W I~ ginia Dorsey a 114. included. I also meet the Harpers F~rry bats ] son Wayne Me~aniel, Allen Stag- I Roll|- Pins 2i -7 Ap lri 30 - Clarke County(Va.)[ ~enc in tWo games,, arid L0Udohn net ~Ve ~iands. " I ~h~erblrds 19 9 CITGO DEFEATS STUCK Invitational meet. . | ounty EVa.) High of Leeshurg Trymg for the wide open catch- ]~lPn~ Ston~ 19 9 & ALGER BOWLERS 4.~} May 3 - County meet with S~h+~ |in two games. I ing post are four boys - Dennis~ "9 Th i " Co ................ s [ i~ Busters 15 9 e C tgo Ladles Bo~ylmg team herdstown, Harpers Fer~ ifl Cha- | Coach Lorenz said tile boys { uimr, wayne rnu, Leans nor- I Head Pins14~ 13~ of Charles Town scored a 4-0 vic- rles Town. . ]back this year who saw at ]east I bin and Jimmy Hammond..1F 85's 14~ 13~ tory over the Stuck & Alger bowl May 5 .DuaI meet at Middle-]some service on last year s ~an-[ The roster of the Panther squad ] Pin Snlitters 13 15 ers also of CharlesTown Monday town, Md. |that team are: GreggCorhifi,{ b c asses and the positions they ........... ,: ~- ~ .............. F~I,ueky Strikes 12b~ 15~A m achon m the B~-County Ladms ' ' ~' . ,, ~,~, , ....... , ,~ , , ~ , ' are trying or are as follows" "- . ]Screwballs ~ii 17 Bowling League at Shenandoah ~NIOI~ I Comets 9~ 14~]Latieg. . Gregg Corbtn, two years exper- 1 Early Risers ?~ 20~ 1 Dot Brown wan the top bowler ience, second base and 0tiffield;]Coffee Cups T~ 20~ l in the match, leading the Stuck Chuck Sager~ three Years exper-] ----O---- I& ger team With a ~14 high lance, pitcher and ot~ffleld; Davel A three-way race has developed lsingle game and a fine 540 set SW~dl~y, two:years experience at I for the lead in the Ladie~ Trio]Score. Other set scores ~for mere- - first biise; ]~rnie Jones, three lBowling League as the result of[ber~ of the Stuck & Alger team years in the Panther infield andlthe Rolling Pins, Thunderbirds]W~i'e: F~ Edwards ~4; S. Heck- Chat Hines, a newcomer to the land Roltin~ Stones, all Winning i man, 528; H. Dorf, 458; B, Smoot ~rop of outfielders, lin their m~tcheS Wednesday Mar. | 526. JUNIORS lch 9 on the Shenandoah Lanes. | Virgirita Dorsey led the Citgo Bill Merchant, two years exper- [ As a matter of fact only six points ~ team to victory with a 190 high ience ibltcher and second base" [separates the first six teams in[single game and a 506 hi h set ' ' t ' g " Allen Stagner, one year exper'-Ithe league Standings with thai Other ~et scores for Citgo were: lance, pitcher and outfield; Rich- I Rolling Pins leading the pack and [ N. Roth, 469; Evel~n Grant 451; ard Mills, two years experience, [ the F 85 s in sixth place just six ] P. Moore, 4i7; and June Willing- ' Snyder, veteran of two years, i~]THREE'WAY TIE DEVELOPS [ ARCHIE S DAMEs MOVES outfield; Buddy Lanham, two I points back. ] ham 500. years on the team, a pitcher; Nick ~ - , ' , ~ ' field and Riley Thompson, a vet-[FO~ LEAD IN LADIES |INTO SECOND PLACE IN eran of olie year, pitcher and in-]TRIO BOWLING LEAGUE [WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP field. Other newcomers to the LAD~ , ' --ua ........ ~e] IES TRIO LEAGUE i WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP ~ a tms. s.eason are. KoDer~, T ~"" -- ' ' " Carr, Elmer ]:)illow, Graig Kastle: [ S ANDING OF TEAMS ] STANDING OF TEAMS and Stephen ~erson, infield- i Team . W. L ] Team W. L. ers; ~rahk Cooper, Ken Hardy, I Rolling P l~ 2~ 10 ] Bob s .Babes 30 10 Arthur D0ds0ii, Don Specht and [ Thunderbirds 23 10 [ Ar.c,_hle:s Dames 29 11 Jinnny LaRue, all du~fielders, l Pin Busters 22 10 [ Sin s Heroines 28 12 8OPROMO~ | Rolling Stone~ 20 12 Dorotliy's Pills 22 18 -.- . ~.---.. .---"--~" ,,- .. I Head Pins 17~ 14~/s [ Jay's Dabs 18 22 I ln Splitters L 16 16[ Dlckie's Olympians 17 23 . 85 s 15 ~ 16 ~ Helen $ Dolls 17 23 Rctg~rS, George Ware, 0Utfmlders; ~ ~ , "x'~,~ McD~,,! ~.,~ e+ .... ~ ] lucky Strikes 13 ~ 18 ~l Barb s Copy Girls15 25 +~ds "~i+'h~* ...a ^,,+..ia, ...a ! ' m,,~.o,~Tz xoys I """"~"-..'~ ~au~ -~ ~o In every field Pr, ore isone outstandlr value towhi [ ..... "+ ........ .... "." I Co ..... --.. ....... .-._... ..... mllothersarecompared.lnmemodals, that one is Ro k ""'~'~" "~"~" mm "~'i] Iv Ri~r~ lfll/.2i~1 n t~aa~ " i Ear ............. ,, ,.. . -- -- .. -. -- of" Ages, the +memorial guaranteed both to you I "+'++" i Coffee Cups 8!/~ ] Three teams have moved into and tQthe cemeterY where it Is erected. You get th!s I | -- O -- -- | contention in the battle for the exclusive Double Protection Guarantee only with I David Brackett, Larry Hawk, [ The Pin Busters and the Thun | lead in tile WXVA+ Hohsewives medals that boor this seal". I Alvin Mills, Clarence Smith, Doug [ derbirds moved +i~t0 +a three.way i Bowling League a~ the result of Marfimburg rmte W ++' S Iit~e0rge'ble JohnClaUdeEiliott,Wajdag'all outfield-Rbert [tie'with+~tl~ Rih~'ng~+Pins fr the[ acti0n TuesddY ;it P1kesi!de BWl'March 4-0 , Welch, Jerry Watson, John Kim-]lead in th~ Ladles ~tio Bowll~igI In that actt0it Ar~hi~ Dames 0~ and [ League Wednesday, 16, in/scored a victory While both ers; Jerry Salsano, Steve Dorsey, I action at Shenandoah Lanes by[ Bob s Dabes and Stu's Heroines 109 WEST+ JOHN ST .... MARTLNSBURG, W, VA. I Robby Cain, Jimmy Grey, all in-I scoring victories while the Roll-/were winning by only a 3-1 mar- fielders; and: Ji m, y !tammon d, [ ing Pins were drdpping a 3-1 de-| gin. The clean sweep for Archie s T LEPHONE 267-6141 + FLOYD ODOM, Owner I catcher and Jeff 0 Banner, pitch: I cision. | Dames moved them into second er and outfielder. [ The Piq BtDter s madd the most{ place ahead bf Shi s Heroines and ........................ ..... ' l_ Following is the schedule ann. [decided dvanco towards taking[ laft them only a point back of the league leaders. Nancy Roth ~olled the high single game of the match, a 184 and also the high individual set score, 516. Betty Longerbeam had the second high single game score, a 180 and Jane Stone was third with a 179 game Barbara Viands had the second highest set score, a 475, while Virginia Dorsey was third with a 474 score. Helen's Dolls roiled the high team game score, 661 and Bob's Babes had the high team set score, 1843. Dot Brown is still the league's leading bowler with a 154 average Nancy Roth is second with a 153 average, while Jane Stone is third with a 152 average and Barbdra Cape is fourth with 145. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 Food Contract For Job Corps Camp 5oes To Baltimore Firm The Department of the Interior has advised Congressman Stag- gers of a contract award which will provide food service at the Harpers Ferry Job Corps vat|on Center, Harpers West Virginia. This contract is being to Servomation Math|as, East Lee Street, Congressman Staggers informed the contract is amount not to exceed th first two and one-half A~ffrEND CHUR Eli State Board Education Refuses To Budge On Fining Of High kh001 The West Virginia State Board of Education has refused to budge from the position it took some time ago prohibiting fines being assessed against high schools which violate by-laws of the West Virginia Schools Second ary Activities Commission. The SSAC had asked the board to reconsider it's action and grant authority to re-impose the finning system which it had been follow- ing for year~J. 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