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HE GOOD LIFE... BEGINS WITH A Peoples Bank SAVINGS ACCOUNT Because you need money in order to cultivate leisure pursuits: sports, hobbies, education, travel.., whatever interests you and expands your horizons. To keep yourself and your money growing, how about a sav- ings account? Ours earn the highest dial. dends allowable under the law. J Mahoney Hurls 0ne-Hitter In Beating Charles Town 6-1 ------- @ Jerry Mahoney, the pitching ace of the Shepherdstown High batsmen, didn't have much suc- cess in his first time out this sea- son, but he sure had his pitches working just right Tuesday after noon as he set the Charles Town High batsmen down with pust one hit as the Cardinals rolled to a 6-1 victory. The win at Charles Town, gave them a 1-1 record on the season. The Panthers and Cardinals battled through tttree scoreless frames before Shepherdstown pushed over two runs in the top of the fourth to take the lead on just four hits. The Cardinals widened their lead to 4-0 with two more runs in the fifth on three singles and a double by Jerry Mahoney and then conclud- ed their scoring in the seventh with two more runs. The Card- inals collected a total of 13 hits, while the only Panther hit given up by Mahoney was a single by Greg Mills which scored Pat Dor- sey, who had walked and stole second. Walter Brown and Dave Smith each had three hits for the Card- inals, while Butch Springer and Mahoney each had two, The defeat was the second for Charles Town, who managed oy an 8-8 tie in their epener. II I New FROM PAGE l--C but bears little resemblance to the old structure. The brightly lighted area of pre-finished with cander blocks with the initials C T T C cut in openfaced blocks. Offices on the second level will house administrative food service and public relations personnel. Charles Town, opened origin- ally in 1933, in recent years has undergone four ma3or renovations culminating in the construction of a $2.2 million clubhouse in 1970. The virtually rebuilt plant also has an enlarged and modern ized, grandstand, newly paved park lots far both patrons and horsemen, and two series of new barns. Charles Town 'RUM PAGE ONE C in Brunswick, Md. Making up the squad are: Tere- sa Anders, Janice Rae Henshaw, Linda Kratz, all seniors; Kather- ine Caperton, Mary Susan Chamb !'a and Cynthia Gay Gano. Jun- 10rs; Pamela Anders, Betsy Bar- ker, Sarah Coyle, Nancy Crane, Johanna C. Nerhood, Terri Lynn Sheetz, Sherry Turner, and Car- rie Whitmore, all sophomores and Trudy Anders, Kimberley Mach- Every night's the night to shake the winter blues at lively Shenandoah Downs, Thoroughbred ,racing nightly with post time at 7: 15. Featuring the only Big Exacta around. Phone for rw, ervat- ions  304-725-2021. ado, Rebecca Jo Santer and JuUe A. Toston, Freshmen. The girl's team will meet Hand ley High's girls of Witchester Va., this afternoon (Thursday) at 3 p. m. on the Jefferson Park courts; Martinsburg at home April 18, at 3 p. m. Loudoun Cou- nty in Leesburg, Va., April 26; Han#lley in Winchester, April 28; Loudoun County at home, May 11, at 4 p. m.; and Martinsburg away on May 19. The Junior Varsity schedule in addition to the match in Bruns- wick Tuesday shows, a match at Loudoun County, April 26; a match with Martinsburg in Char les Town on May 4; a match at Mercorsburg Academy on May 6; a home match with Handiey on May 8 and another home match with Loudoun County on May 11. The Varsity schedule includes St. James, away, April 14; April 20, Martinsburg in Charles Town; Randolph-Macon, away, April 22; then a two-day trip into southern West Virginia on Friday and Sat urday, April 28.29 with matches against Stonewall Jackson High of Charleston on April 28; and St. Albans and Nitro on Satur- day, April 29; May 4, the Pan- thers will be at Martinsburg; May 5, North Hagerstown in Char les Town at 3:30 p. m.; May 6, Charles Town at Mercersburg; May 8, Charles Town at Hand- Icy; May 9 - Charles Town at Harrisonburg; May 13 gt. James of Hagerstown in Charles Town; May i5; Randolph Macon, in Cha- rles Town and May 22 Charles Town at North Hagerstown. The Panther netmen will also participate in the state tourna- ment June 56. Courtney's Take Lead In Commercial League COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W. L Courtney's &plugs 33 15 Hflldale Beauties 3155 1655 Van Tol's Girls 31 17 Hallt0wn Dolls  3055 1755 Irvln's Tilettes 22 26 Smoot's Dividends 22 26 Moler's Cltgo Girls 22 26 Strider's Strikers 21 27 Dave's Esso Extras 15 33 Market Manor 12 36 0 Courtney's Sparkplugs moved into undisputed possession of the lead in the Jefferson County Corn morcal Bowling League Wednes- day, morning, April 5, when they scored a 4-0 victory while the Van Tel Flower Girls, who had been tied with them for the lead, split their match 2-2. The loss by Van Tols, plus a 4-0 victory by the Hilldale Beaut- ies, moved the Beauties into sec. end place, and the Halltown Paper Dolls managed to move to within one point of second place with a 4-0 victory. The Halltown Paper Dolls turn ed in the best team bowling ex- hibition of the day, coming up with a high team game of 719 and also the third high team game score of 680, plus the high total pinfall of the day, a 2074 score. The Hilldale Beauties had the meoml hI tKm t, 11 ami Shepherdstown Trackmen Defeat Harpers Ferry Musselman In 3.Te The Shepherdstown High Track and field team came in first in a triangular track meet Monday afternoon against Musselman and Harpers Ferry High's thinclads at the Musselman High stadium by winning seven of the 16 events staged. Shepherdstown scored a total of 67 points to 60 for Mussel- man and 44 for Harpers Ferry. Musselman won five of the events and Harpers Ferry four. The Cardinals, coached by Bill Osbourn, got victories by Wesp Whetstone in the shotput; Sam Billmyer in the discuss; Anthony Roman in the high jump and 220- yard dash; Gary Marken in the 440-yard dash; Whetel in the 880-yard run and Herbie Snyder in the low hurdles. Lightcap of Shepherdstown also finished second in the discuss; Carey picked up a third place in the broad jump; Roman finished second in the 100-yard dash; La Rue was second in the mile run; Lightcap was fourth in the 440- I am Meet yard dash; Fraley was third in the 880-yard run and Hammann fourth in the low hurdles. Shepherdstown also finished second in the two-mile relay; the Irvin's Tilettes was third with 1879. Mary Mays rolled the high in- dividual game score, a 212, and the second high individual set score, 511. Bonnie Dalgo had the second high individual game score, 207 and the high set score, 564. Barbara Cape was third high in game score with 198 and also a 517 set. Charlotte Esswein is still the league's leading bowler with a 173 average, while Elaine Myers is second with 165 and Nancy Roth third with 163. Dan's Fans Hold To Lead In WXVA League WXVA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W. 1L7 Dan's Fans 31 Jim's Joys 28 20 September Splitters 28 20 John's Jewels 28 20 Odd Balls 26 22 Alley Cats -- 20 28 Walt's Winners 17 31 Speedy Spares 14 34 --O Dan's Fans continued to hold onto the lead in the WXVA House wives Bowling League by a mar- gin of three points with the com- pletion of weekly play at Pikeside Bowl April 4, with Jim's Joys the September Splitters and John's Jewell's all deadlocked for second place. Jim's Joys turned in the best team exhibition April 4, with high team game scores of 641 and 639 and the high team set score of 1890. John's Jewels had the third high game score 639 and also third high set score, 1861. "The September Splitters had the fourth high team game a 632 and second high set score of 1879. Joan Propps rolled the high in dividual game score of the day, a 189, with Ruth Ward second with 181 and Jean Dorsey and Barbara Cape third with 179 games. Jean Dorsey also had the top individual set score, a 510 with Ginny Dorsey second with 506 and Edna Clendening third with 480. Wrecking Crew Defeats Badger-Powhatun 3-1 The Wrecking Crew women's bowling team, scored a 3-1 victory over the Badger-Powhatan bow- lers of Charles Town Thursday night, April 6, in action in the Ladiess' Duckpin Bowling league mile relay; the 440-yard relay. Harpers Ferry got wins from Bill Nunn in the 100-yard dash and the broad jump; and they won the 880-yard relay, and the 440-yard relay with Jeff Shu- maker, Robert Twyman, Bill Nunn and George Lewis, making up the winning combinations, up The Tigers also picked points on a third and fourth place by Dodson and Johnson in the shotput and discuss; a second place by Twyman in the broad run. Wiltshire also finished sec- ond in the 220-yard dash. Tryouts gfl Softball Teams To l00Held Sunday At 2 Tryouts will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Jeffer- son Memorial Park softball dia- mond for all girls in grades 7 through 12 who are interested in participating in a County Girl's Softball League this Summer. Considerable interest in the for mation of such a league was dis played last Sunday when the first meeting was held, but more play ers are needed if the league is to operate on a four team basis, it was stated. Mrs. Lewis Meadows To Continue Leadership jump; a second place by Lucas and a tie for fourth place by Fox Shenandoah 4-H Club in the pole vault; a second place in the shutte hurdle relay; and second and third place by Twy- man and Shumaker in the 220- yard dash. Musselman's individual victor- ies were scored by Bob Gechen- our in the pole vault, and Craig Harden in the mile run. The Shenan-o--o'4-H Club in Harpers Ferry held their monthly meeting on April 5th at the home of Tom and Rodney Winters. The !President called the meeting to order with the 4-HPledge and Scripture. The minutes were read and approved and .a treasurer's report given. The club will con- tinue this year under the leader- ship of Mrs. Lewis Meadows, after their former leader resigned. A report was given concerning the Community Project for this year. It had been decided at an earli- er meeting to make favors for the !old people in the Pentecostal Home for the Aged for each hell day this year. Baskets were made and filled for Easter. A commit- tee consisting of Dawn Meadows, Debbie Rutherford and Tammy Rutherford delivered the baskets. Steve Wilt reported on the other part of the Community Pro ject, which was to assist the local Ecology Club in Earth Day, a pro jeet to clean up the town. 4-H Roundup was discussed with the members and several decided to participate in the County Round up, which will be held on April 24 at the Community Center. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and the meeting was adjourned until next month at Tammy Rutherford's home. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 MEMBER AIA MD NAL [ EWE n PJ, MPER Association - Founded 1885 ATTEND CHURCH Pamela B. Hoffman Named Sarah Wmiston in Brunswick, Md. The Wrecking team had a total pinfall of 1568 to 1518 for the Badger-Powhatan team. K. David- I son of the Badger-Powhatan team was the top bowler of the match with a 128 high single game and a 351 high set. Set scores for other members of the Badger-Powhatan team were: D. Fritts, 248; E. Thomas 268 and G. Wilson 315. Set scores for the Wrecking Crew were: S. Harshman 304; G. Wright with a 356 the high set score of the match; S. Lake 280 and K. Cox 319. t Scholar llolyoke College South Hadley, Mass.. Pamela B. Hoffman of Kearneysville is i one of 79 members of the Class i of 1973 named Sarah Williston Scholars at Mount Holyoke Col- lege, the Office of the Dean of the Faculty announced this week. Sarah Williston Scholars are i chosen for their excellent aca- demic records in their first two years at Mount Holyoke, and they are named during the student's FOR HOMESWITH HOT-WATER i To.get that good feeling f The completely new and CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIt SYSTEM DUNHAM= FOR NEEDS NO SHEET-METAL DUCTWORK With SPACE-PAK, you don't have to have to have this deluxe centra! air-conditioning system SPACE-PAK uses small, prefabricated flexible ducting' ellminates the need for instaltation of special, built ductwork in homes without warm-air heating NEATEST, FASTEST INSTALLATION This remarkably compact sy::em features the world's noticeable air-distribution ct!ets, and the entire including advanced-design cndensing unit, in its no ing aluminum cabinet--inst.!is in hours instead without upsetting your household routine! QUtET, DRAFT-FREE, DELUXE COOLING SPACE-PAK is a quiet central air-conditloning that gives you more comfort because it cools faster dries out air better than the ordinary system See us for free tnformaEon and installa Panther Trackmen Defeat Loudoun County Thinclads The Charles Town High track and field team scored their sec- ond victory in three times out this season, on Wednesday after- noon, April 5, when they traveled to Leesburg, Va., and defeated the Loudoun County High Raiders by an 83-53 score in a dual meet. The Panthers of Coach 'Doug Lutman won nine of the 16 events and easily outscored the Raiders in second and third place finishes to win the meet. The Panther thinclads got indi- vidual victories from Gary Kern in the two,mile run; Ron Smith in the high hurdles; Mac Berry in the mile run; Sam. Stanton in the triple jump; James Jones in the 440-yard dash, Chuckle Jones in the low hurdles and Junior Host- ler in the pole vault. And Stan- ton, Chuckle Jones, Dave Feagans and Mike Wiltshire teamed up to win the 880-yard relay and James junior year at the College. Jones, Chuckle Jones, Mike Mc Miss Hoffman, a graduate of Daniels and John Willis won the Charles Town Senior High School mile relay. is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mt Jones placed second and Glehn L. Hoffman, St. of Route Steve McDonough third for Char- 1. les Town in the shotput; Stanton was second in the long jump; Wal- ter Lloyd was third in the high hurdles; Mike Wlltshire finished second in the 100-yard dash; and Taylor and Edwards ran second and third to Berry in the mile run. Leo Benton also finished third in the triple jump; M. Jones was second for Charles Town in the discuss; Mike McDaniels was second in the 440-yard dash; Lloyd finished second in the high jump; Pollard finished third for Charles Town in the low hurdles; Smith and Jenkins finished second and third for the Panthers in the pole vault; and Berry finished second and Taylor third in the 880-yard COMMUNITY OIL CO., Dial 725-7021 -- Charles Town, Closing Out Discontinuing farming I will sell the followiag miles South of Winchester, Va. Turn off of Route onsville, V& onto Route 649. Watch for sale signs. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1972 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. 180 MF Diesel tractor with cab, apt Mustang series 1000 front end loader, same as neW; age wagons (new); JD corn picker; NH 717 field disc; NI scavinger; NI manure spreader; Gehl grinder; Ferguson No. 10 hay baler; JD 2 row (new); boom sprayer (new); Ford 3-gang plow; plow; 400-gal. tractor type sprayer; grass head for (New); pick-up head for NH chopper, (New); blower (New); Ferguson front end loader; 7' Ferguson side delivery rake; Ford post hole 2-row cultivator; grass seeder with Fro; NH 30' elevator; 20' hay elevator; Irrigation pump; pipe & fittings, irrigates better than scarescrow gun; 2 feed troughs; Augers, 2 corn cattle scales and holding head; 20 bushels of soy of corIl; some ear corn; miscellaneous tools. A lot too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be moved until W. D. ORNDORFF. Auctioneer 955-2632 George 869-1479 AUCT. NOTE: All this equipment has been used only on this farm and all in perfect running Not Responsible For Accidents On Premises. Sports News & Views .... BY MAX BROWN .... Gale Caflett Gets Cincinnati Post Gale Catlett, brother of John 'Acme-man' Catlett, who played his college basketball at the University of Cincinnatti. After finishing at WVU Catlett was assist- ant coach for three years at Richmond U, spent one yedr at Davidson and then moved on to Kansas where his Freshmen teams had a 34-4 record. Last year he was in Kentucky, working under Adolph Rupp. He is a native of Hedgesville, W. Va... Shepherd Star"S'i'" Pro Contract Big Joe Reel, a 6-5 defensive tackle for the Shepherd College Rams last season, has signed a professional con- tract calling for a $500 bonus if the big man reports to the Lions weighing no more than 225 pounds. He was a four year standout for the Rams under coaches Roger Parker and Walter Barr. He was given an lmnorable mention on the NAIA All-American team... Saddened By Death Of Charlie Funk Writing from his home in Huntington, W. Va., former Senator 'Snooks' Winter, s, who mourned the passing of Charlie Funk said: "tie was a perfeet gentleman both on and off the race track and one of the hardest workers I ever knew. I'll miss him and so will the people at both race tracks as well as those in Chaxles Town. He was one in a million." . . . MEN - WOMEN - YOUTHS .- JOIN NOW!! WEIGHT @ WATCHERS announces the opening of a DAYTIME CLASS is CHARLES TOWN BEGINNING TUESDAY, APRIL 25 AT 1:00 P. M. ClViCCeNTBLIBRARY - WASHINGTON # A class also meets at this locateion on TUESDAYS at 7:30 F. l@ For Further Information - Call Collect to Martinsburg - 1-2 67" New Members Welcome Weekly In All Classes $6.00 FIRST WEEK $2.50 WEEKLY DUF