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• The complete Tiger schedule SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS as announced Monday is aS'TII[*RSI)AY. MARCH 31, 1966 follows: - __ ....... April 12 - Charles Town, Home,~ id'I)orsey fourth with l\qT~ action ~ in lhe Bi-County~ -, ~ ' April 14 " Frederick, Away, 4 pm. Dean Viands also holds the Ladies Bowling League in. ~. April 15- Shepherd~,to.wn, Home~ honor of having rolled ~tle high at Shenandoah Lanes. 4 p.m. . - individual game score, a 100, Nancy Roth, led the att~ ...... ~ • April 19 - Hedgesville, Away, 3 while Michael Clay has a 99; the Stuck and Alger tean The Tri-County Baseball League The Knights of Pythias basket p.m. , Johnny Bayler, 98, ~David Dorsey a high ~ame Of 188 and a ti • Will'be an eight-team circuit'this bailers, who finished second in ,April 21- St. Joseph s, Away, 3:30 97, Gary Moore, 96 and Jeff score of 520 Other set scol • ' : season instead of seven teams as regular season play, are the post p, m. Smoot 94. Others who have rolled the Stuck &" Alger bowler~, • last season season tournament champions in April 26 . Shepherdstown, Away games of 90 or better are: Debra E Grant 407" P Moore 4~ At a meetin~ of Ieague officers Independent Basketball league 3:30 p.m. Coffin, Bobby Woodford, Brucegi'nia Dorsey '427; and J *V ~ and directm'~ Tuesda- night play. The Knights had -to come April 28 . Charles Town, Away, Moler, Bobby Clay and Ellie Jack ham 437 ' " ~ ~ Gainesboro Va a member of from behind in the second half, 2:30 p.m. son. " " ,~ii~ I the Ie'ague last season, was accept however, to down the Le0n's~ Cit- May 3. Uedgesvflle, Home, 3 pm STUC A " ' i Mr: and Mrs. David ' 8[ I~ ~ ed for league membership again go team, seasonal champions, 55- May 5- St. Joseph's, Home, 4pro S K & LGER DROPS and daughter, Linda Anti al ~ ~~ ~ A I J along with Bakerton At the same 54 to win the post-season play- May 9 - Martinsburg, Home 4 pro. 3-1 DECISION TO ORCB Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray al ~ ~ iiiiiiiii~iiii::! ~ U I ! time the Berkeley Place Yanksoffs. . ,MaY 13. Fredertck, Home4 p. m.} The Stuck & Alger ladies bowl- Rabble, of manson, spenti ~:~ ~!~4~ .. .... " notified the league it is not plan uThethb~tatlCseW(?S n~t ldeCiwdi~d~ * • ing team of Charles Town dJ~)~:p- day in Winchester, Va?/ ~ii: ~i~ ~ ~ ll • ill ] • ning to field a team this season, d P Y, " ed a 3-1 decision to the ()RCB Anne and Rubble having a i!iii~ i! !ii i 1 | MI I Y Bakerton had been participat- a shot from the f!oor by Kenny]:. . . - , _ . • [ team of Martinsburg Monday in ments with their doclors. : ~iii i 1 • l! I • ing in the Maryland Independent waldeck; of Leon s, .a former i ~ I[;]l~ ', '~D~'I~]]I'B I • •l I • League the past several seasons, ~gePneru cage star, ~alimg off me I I . . . ~ . _ c ’i.o.i~oG~.o~O.mDo~o.~m.o~o.i~o~.o~ ~ ~ ~ II q !1 1 ~ but officials of the team decided rim of the basket just as the buz-I | , |iii~ ~ to withdraw from that league this zer sounded. I | : A ~ ~ii ~_ _ L year and return to Tri-County The K of P. cagers managed t| ~.~.~ f-=~ : ~ I{[ ~ r{ League play. to overcome an li-point deficitl[ ~~'~ t ~!t "- "~ " • It was also decided Tuesday~nidway Ofr the second half and I| ~.2~k.,~ I i I! ~*~: i ,I ~. _, .,, night that League play will octcl on to me one-point vicotry. I ~~~ [ [ i!iil I [I I| ~l [I underway Sunday, April 24 and. I:eon~sheld quarterly, leads of]-" ~=~_ ' .... ~:~:::~ ~ , run through. Sunday, Sept. 12. A i~t-16, 6z-z'~ ana ~-~u amy to lose ] , ~,,,,,~t~l~ • li ~i! ,,_.J ........ • ............ A t. .....I..,- schedule of league play is now out rathe home stl"etch. And it]l ~1"- • -- -- i |i; ~ :i uUu~r uu~ ~-~ ),uu u~,: ~.uvv~u u}, ~u,,p~ being prepared and should bewas bill Benton ann ,~rt uoaKes, I - ~l~ I I[ banking servlc s To mention a few: you can ready for release within the next i ~h2c’~m~ea~ffhO~r ~heemK. sO~on~ II L I I[ ~t I ..... " -- ' .. • . week or [en lays, accoramg to .......... PIRATES HOLD LEAD IN ;!~il ~ ~ make life better with a Personal Loan, smooth- Charles Whittington, League pres Halt rany anct eventua,y a cruse ,,,,,,, ~,~ ,,,,.,,,r,., .~,~,~ :~'.~ ~i i . ldent I and exciting victory. ,. ....... o .~,,w,~ ,-~,- iii i er with an Auto Loan, more secure with a Say- One of the problems now facing Leon's Clarence Branson, who BOWLING LEAGUE :-,,s ...... =a-;o- ,,,i -, t'he ki-,, Account league officers is that of securing was har(1 to stop under; the off- PREP LEAGUE a" ',"~ ....... * ............... ~ ' league umpires, Whittington said, ensive boards, getting a host of Team' W. L i " .... AND .... !| more comfortable with a Home Loan. Expert and anyone desiring to officiate points onreboundsandotherson Pirates . 13~ VAN TOL - !| • . . for league games should contact close in jump shots. He led the Knock Outs , 12 6 ~ ~ ii| financial advice always dvailable, him or any other league officers scoring for both teams in the Jetsons 10 8 at the earliest possible dategame with 20 points Kenny Wal Triple Scorers 9Ό 8% .... " - * - IN CHARLES TOWN ....... -- deck added 14 points for Leon s. 12 O clock High9 9 We ow Intet'est lfl.,~,,;. "(~h~b" A~ Jim Ross led the well-balance Roll A Longs 8 10 ' ~ .... ' "" ailffUIll}gliVV1 ftl K of P attack with 14 points, Ducklings 8 10 . • . " "• ARE READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEED on ann avlngs " a,c unts.".... while Bill Benton contributed 13. Imps 8 10 LARGEST SELECTION IN MANY YEARS OF .t lzaak Walton Ranae .John Newman, fine K. of P. Award Winners 7 lI KINDS OF EASTER FLOWERS, POTTED PLAP ............... ~" shooter and scorer, was lost to F Troop 5 13 • • " • ,~ ~, e, the K of P. team in the second " -- - o - - , DIAL 725-2314 NOW .- very ~uccesTul period when he sustained a badly[ The Pirates" have moved into a --- BEA'I THE BIG LAST MINUTE RUSH --. - _ - II " sprained ankle. I slim lead in the Charles Town II Members of the Charles Town The box score of the game Prep Bowling league action which VANIOL . ll~ ~$]'Ir~L.'~RAT’IY/2~ i Kiwanas Club staged a very suc- follows: ]takes place each Saturday morn- d[~ ~ ce " " .... ' • L __-- _- .w-- --- I I ssful shoot Saturday after- Knights Of Pythias mg at Pikes]de Bowl, but the T [ P3~l ~'~l~r/~ll~Y~~I~llIW~l I noon at the Jefferson County,Name' G. F. P. ~Knock Outs are close on their {t [.)l _-I -'- ~_ ~ -- " ~ - - -_, _'-~ l[ izaak Walton Club Range at Lee- Ross 4 6 14 1 heels in second-place only a point FLORIST It v]/I .,. .... , • .-.. I I town. [ Taylor 3 1 7 / and a half back. ~.,: .:'7 - I I Emory Kable and Carl Benton, lHan}mann 2 2 6i Michael Clay holds the honor "o-chairmen of the event, said it ~enton ~ ~ i~ " .... 1 ....... ]| ~ , . ' . ~ -, of hawng roiled the high mdivl- L ~ , West Liberty Street • . ~,.J~a~l ~| 7::row S~vmsehi~g?:: be~n~yh'°°te~s ~!amWkemey:n i i i dUaln~:t:c°re°n~ 19411wh~' D°e~ -'~LJ,..~ /P~ Charles Town, W. V~- : .. , . . Frederick County, Va., and also ~ ~ ny Baylor third with 188 and Day- from Berkeley, Jefferson and _ __ 1 ~ ,. mo~o~o~ ~o~o~ ~o~ ~(~ We also offer 4% Certificate of Depomts. Hardy counties in West Virginia Totals 21 13 55 ~ ~'~"~'~'~ ~ i ~,w~~ ~~ The shoot featured trap shoot~[Leon's Citgo . S II I ng which was supplemented by Name G. F. P. '~ ,.,: • ~ , ,~....... ,:~ .... ~ ,.. ......... , ,, - ~ ........ slill target shooting and three!Waldeck 5 4 14[~ ~2 ~1 ~.!:~i ~-.-.,,~i .,~i.i~, ,u.., t ~o, o,~ .... ,,.~ r,,,,oh ~r .... ~, ;u i ., m "pot-shots" for the non-participan Myers 4 0 8 1 ,~ ~!~ II | ~ / ~ ~. ~" • { ~ ~ ;~~:~:~i~. ' [q|CNiin l :"°~ °~"°'2:, 7"~ :~".~" ....... ,'/,, i _ ~".2~ ..... ts Winners of the "Pot-shot" l Miller 0 .1 1 1 ~ ~ ~:~ ~ : !~ ~: ~ ~' ~ ~...~.-~ t nave to tincl a oacl~-up man ~or Aprn zu . uarpers verry, ~ome, event er ........ I Mahone" 1 0 2~ n ~'~ ~ ] ::~ ~t[?'~ ~ ~:i~ : ~ :~ [/':.~..;:.: • • t him when h ' bein -sed a i 3 ...... s w e ,ahem r~acKles ann , l i~ ~:~ :/~iI i! ~ ~/~ [:ii:!: :: ~:~~i: [ .~ e is g u s a p.m. . . • .,, FROM P&GE 1~ .. [rqtcher At o.;.n ~,~ ,t.,~. ,~, .... [a,,.it ~o ~..~,.~u .... Ho.,o Raymond Blller of Harpers Ferry Mills 1 0 2 ~ f~i ' .... --:: ...... t ......... ~,~ 7~ :: ~?~: :*;~,. : .~'~. f;".".: {: of trouble ...... , [~ohnK'iteW~tl:b'eb"ack~w~tl~l~arr~['~l~° m .......... ,--s ...."',and Andrew :Guerin, Josephl.Branson 7 6 20[~ ~'~::i'$e Kessel said he Js working out Bard ann ~;au~,hn RUsseP ~s back l Ma~, 4 ~'" r~trles ,r.,k.,, Hum,"' at' ~I hompson and Dodson of Charles Hunter 3 1 7 ~ ~ [ [ ~ "~ : ,~ :: ~ ~: ~ ~ ~ :~ l:~ ]~ ' ~ , five boys as possible -itchers, but " ~ ~" " " =~.~ " ........ ' " Town Winners of events received ~ ,~ ":~=~ :::::: ] ii .... ~ ':!: ~::; ~!: i! .i~ i::~; • ~ *" up men a:~u p m " ' "~ only two of them have had any .~. " .. . . m.. ~ "~,-:~a,.,... ~,...~ ~.~n hams and turkeys as prizes. I Totals 21 12 54] ~ ~;. ~ :~;:i~i i ~-~: - ~ii i~:~: i:i~ ~i ~ :i:~.~.i:i;~ :i~: ~:~i.'~:~ ,- - • ~ The outtlelctis really where "'~ " " "*""~'"" **"*"~' "~ " " u e ~re~uous exoenence workm~ on .. ^- _.~ . ......... The Kiwanis CI b today xtendl 1~ ~ :~ .~ :~ ~:~!~- ~ ." ~ ~ ::: :i-'..~. . 'tb marred Donald Jo e "who . ed their thanks and appreciation J " ] : : .,,re ~.,:~ ~ ..~. ~..^,., .;.)rtes, ~:... ~because both Washington and [May 9.St. Joe, Away, at 3.30 pan. to the Jefferson '~ount'" Cha"t'er { l~a~r Batsmen a -, • , o, . , ae::s ....... tof!h~ tield'postsarest :Wide " ' ":~ iheined in ana~wav But Trittipoe said he has David ?i.!~. :: :, "':~i~ loqi~ea very fiopa, mat ~e. umelopen.* , 1GOODE "gROTItERS DOWN "'] i)roceeds "from~'the shoot will]san, who will be working in at ~~/~i~ " ~ out Tne omer mree DOy$, an Other workin with the" " " " " mo~,.a .~.t-i ..... • ~i,~-,, ~,-ioh* [ . s g out I Car. ,~c~t, o • ,~r [be used for Kiwanis Youth Work• I second when he is not pitching ~ .~J. | .... _, ....... ~ua~, who may see some action ] I ] and Mike Morgan, and Dexter ~ , .~-~ ~ a mtt nanaer ann ~enny ~owe ,, . =- e . : '. ...... i are: Larry,. Boor, Steve Rentch, l WINP~,P~w [PaP.tr~ I @l~n DRn~ ma~#~ ~n l Jacksbn, both sophomores, work S "~.,"~ :~.'-;: t Immy ~raves. donnson ~vernartl ~ I'o,,,,,,,,,~,~,.~,,.,,,,, ...... .~.. ! mg out at seeono base. THe tatter~ o ~? ers. I George Nichols/Edward Williams[ The Goode Brothers Buick & l°~r~rn-~.?u~,vv~'~, ~'~ [two are newcomers to the squad, j g ~" ~i _ Working out in the catchingThomas Tucker and John Millay.]Pontiac ~dies bowlin~ team of l The CitgoLaaies.Dowiing team i however' and have had not high~ ~ "~i ~ re d , " ot t~nar[es rown, (troppea a ~ t , department are ~ g Colbert an ~ The Cardinals. will be facing~ Charies Town scored a 2-1 victory t. . .3 ..... " | school experience, t g .~ ~ ~i - (leClslon cO me ~nepnerustown ~.~ ~ Raughn Russell, •both inexperienc one of the h~aviest schedules of[ over.the Coea Cota team of Win- 1 " " [ And Coach Trittipoe said he ~ " '": :~i ed. Russell ............... did get to do a little any team in the section with 131 ~h,~., .... ~ .~ .... .... ~"-- ....... ~:~ ..~*~ I Registeri B'cladies MondaYa ...... in action | nlans to move Kennv Fa-hle, also ~ ~. -::: / ~: ~ ~.o backstoppmg in a relief role last ~ames on tan. bezinnin~ Tuesday J ~,, .... ... c~... r ,,a;.~., u .... ... rAo, ] n thel- aunty L dies Major [ a sonhomore int. the shortston ] ~ . ; : " .~i season, .but Colbert Is entirely and runnm~ through May 16 / ..... ~a..; .,.~., _.. ,~ u~.~*h ] owhngeague at Shenandoah ]spot He had a lot of experience'~ ~ ~[~ new on the squad . .... • a,-~ ,~---,,~ ,,,~,~ u. ?,,y ~.~,-, Lanes ' " • "/.")~. ::! • "• *: ' l The Cardinals will play sevenlCenter Lanes The decldl game t _ ." ....... let second base last season: While =., : TWO VETERAN INFIELDEl~ ~ different schools, most of them [ was won by ()nlv three pugs[ Dot l~rown aria rielen Doff led | the third base slot is still wide I In the infield C.~,'h Kessel on a home and home basis t ,4 . ......".. ....... "__ = I the Citgo team s attack, the for. I open Trittipoe said Mumaw, Day 0 '~ " " • ,. er ruae r au, oow ea games me r llin " h sin 1 " " I 1 s an ce r o g a h]g g e game ldson, and e ther Gary or Gran said he is trying out Ricky Wri- The schedU e a noun d Wed ] of i07, 140 and 114 for a 361 total [ . [ ' • ~- score of 182 and Helen Dorf roll ville Longerbeam will fill the ~; : i ght and Carl Colbert as potenha[ nesday wilt be as follows, t for Charles Town. Virginia Dor- l in- a hi(*h set scoro of 496 The [sl-t [8 !!!~ tmplaeements for Paul Miller, and t s ~ ~ o • ' " " April 5 '. St. Joe a Home, 3:30 pm sey had a 114 high game and Cit a ' " " ; go te m had a team pmfall of The Ti er u flel 1 prospects to take over this post "'3:~t0 ~ ~ T~. ~,,~l~. ,r. i,~ ,.... :~ ,,,", / ~,~o. [ veteran one, with Gary LoUdan; !~ ~:i Which was filled last season bY A~ril I~. HaEpers Ferry, ' AwaY / i, a~h~e';wa: ~e~'~:~;=~'=~':~" / Set scores for other members[Gary Longerbeam and Lee Ballen~{~ ~ i~i~!iI ill!,': .::.(/: Jimmy Rentch, are Danny Tabler 4 p m [ ..... - z ..........v-~,-,.. /°f the Citgo team were: Frances [ ger looking like starters with ~ ~ [] I ;* ".// and Kenny Lowe. • ~": Am'll" 19". Clmrles Town, Awav,~ ~:a~ ....... ~ Edwards, 395; Shirley Heckman,| Granville L0ngerbeam, a new-i~ I~ [] I | /]~ " ~~ ~: Jimmy Mahoney was the regu-: 2:30 p.m. "[ bU lU OIUKU! 5UflUAY Bi [ Smoot '453; and Dot[com i Ga . Taulton, Tom Wilt t[ l|l I .’ lar shortstop for the CardinMs'Aprll ~2 - Hedgesvllle, Away, 2 , / wn . - na ,en])mow, asbacK-upooys, t~ ' Bl[,il .f ....... ..... :,1,, .... s !I / Bring TheOutd ors if, ttiy: ,ports Newslew$ " : " . I1 • (From Page One) ]ll : Ill, out it and little Freddy went through the same ceremony " I I two years ago. NEW... DO SLIDING GENUINE Rich Wool B1 . Lh Interior Furnish- ings... Wearier. . .Szreens'. . . RemovRble Glass -- Cold) Products Youql Want For Your New'Home: • • • @ @0•@ W therstripped... have storm sash and sereens ... the INSIDE Of Your Removable Glass Dividers. FOLDEVG SiX--Of Wood Any Size. ;.For Home or Church or SchoOl FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL THE WINCI:IESTER, VA. 667 1525 441 BILL SCHWADRON, the man with the figures at Shenan- doah Downs tells us that for the fi t nine nights of the, present-m tin , the track averaged $367,001, which is better than a year ago when the same number of nights averaged $333,480... .... • ...,..... A PARTY OF 79 members and guests of the Adams County Shrine Club of Gettysburg, Pa., will dine on the Star Light Terrace and enjoy the racing program at Shenandoah Downs Thursday: night... U. S. NAVAL Station at Bainb dge, Md., will be repre- sented at Shen'ando h Downs April 7, when some 35 members will make the trip to the popular night track for an evening of fun and racing... OTHO BLOOM, the hardware man on main street and one of our favorite story tellers, brough back fond memories to your humbIe servant, of the first race track here, Clmrl Town; lastTuesday, around the luncheon tables in the Amer- ichn IA on dining room. Otho did a masterful job of recount- ing the days when he raced such stalwart thoroughbreds as Thunder-Lee, Silver Arch, Gagaw and others... When Otho m in a story-telling mood, Jackie Gleason's Frank F ntaine can't touch him... ttIGHLEY RODERICK, who has fully recovered after his fire scare (which could have turned out to be a big one had not the ever-alert local firemen responded when they didL sa s: :"Money may not buy friends, but it certainly gives you a better class,of enemies" !... all theexcuse you need to buy new clothes Who said only wmnen have a right to new clothes for Easter? "We're heartily favor of the rome right to buy a new outfit. Wlmt time of year could be than Easter for buying a aew Suit? and let us convince you with an collection of over 2,000 Suits. Sized from to 52 in Reg., Short, Longs, Ex.Longs Stouts. 35 Years in Downtown Winchester