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[ ' il, r , i )ersonai Our Checking Account saves time and trouble; Pay bills by mail, save waiting, walking, driving. We now pay 31/2 % Interest on all Savings Accounts. We also offer 4% Ce ificate of Deposits PIN BUSTERS INCREASE ALL THREE TOP TEAMS LEAD IN TRIO LEACxUE WIN IN WXVA HOUSEWIVES BOWLING LEAGUE LADIES' TRIO LEAGUE ... STANDING OF TEAMS WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP Team Pin Busters Thunderbirds Rolling Pins Comets Pin Splitters Rolling Stones Head Pins Screwballs Early Risers Lucky Strikes F 85's Coffee Cups W. L. STANDING OF TEAMS 343~0 131~8 Team W. L. Archie's Dames 42 14 29 20!9~ Bob's Babes 391917 An unearned run in the bottom 271/~ Stu's Heroines 37 o~ the seventh provided the mar. 21 Dorothy's Pills 31 25 gin which the Shepherdstown 22 Lawrence's Gales 27 29 High Cardinals needed for a 3-2 23~ 241~ Pickle's Olymplaus 2s 3S victory over the Harpers Ferry 19~ 28~ Helen's Dolls 23 33 High Tigers on the Shepherds- 18~ 29~ 34 town diamond Friday afternoon 18~| 29~ Barb's Copy Girls 22 Jay's Debs 22 ~ in what was the opening game of the season, for the Tigers and the 16 32 X Sweeties .- O -- 24 =" secolid time out for the Cardinals -- -- O -- -- All three of the top teams in The Pin Busters increased their the WXVA Housewives Bowling lead to 4 games in the Ladies' League scored complete victories Trio League Wednesday, April 13, in their matches Tuesday at Pike in the weekly league action at side and as a result Archie's Shenandoah Lanes, by scoring a Dames are still leading the pack, 4-0 victory while the Rolling Pins three points head of the second- who were pushing the Pin Bust. place Bob's Babes team. ers hard last week, were splitting Jane Stone rolled the high indi even in their match. The split by vidual score of the day, a 203 the Rolling Pins coupled with a game, and also the high indivi- 3-1 victory by the Thunderbirds dual set score, 487. Margaret moved the Thunderbirds into sec- Blackford had the second h~h end place ahead of the Rollir/g game score, 183 and Joan Jenkins Pins. was third with a 180. Barbara Millie Anderson rolled the high Cape had the second highest set single game score of the day, a score, 480 and Joan Jenkins, the 218, and also high individual set third high set, 465. score of 563, while V. Brill had Lawrence's Gales rolled the The Cardinals overcame a 2-0 deficit which Harpers Ferry held in the sixth frame and then went on to pick up the winning tally in the bottom of the seventh .when, Russell led off the frame with a single. Then Mark Osbourn bunted and when the Tiger catch- er threw wild over first base Russell scored from first base. Prior to this miscue Steve De Angeto, Tiger lefthander and Jimmy Mahoney, Shephercrstown righthander, had been engaged in a pitchers duel, with both boys havihg given up just two runs on seven hits. It was DeAngelo who had put the second highest single game high team game score, 664 and his team in front in the third score, 193 and E. Adams had the Dorothy's Pills had the high ~am fra~o where:he doubled home two second highest set score, 499. set score, 1817. runs=. Andit was the distance hit Millie Anderson is ,still far out DotBrown and Jane Stone are tmg of Donald Jones and Larry in front in the league s ~ndividual the league s leading bowlers:w~th Bpyd WhiCh permitted the Card- race with a 165 average, while C. a 153 average, while Nancy Roth inals to knot the count in the Gano is second with a 158 mar~ is third with a 152 and Barbara ;h~l~,frame. Jones/was the hitting and Doris Cline is third with 156. Cape is fourth with a 147 average, star .for the Cards with a single . double and a triple. (Certified Wiring) -..MODERNIZE YOUR-- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghotme Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATOttS- TELEVISIONS APPLIANCE CENT[It Dial 725.5516 George Str_eet-. -Chaxles Town, W. Va. [GOODE BROTHERS WIN TWICE OVER COOPERS The Goode Brothers Buick & Pontiac Agency's ladies' bowling team of Charles Town won twice over Cooper's Jewelers of Win- chester, Va., Friday evening in action in the Evening Star Lad- ies' Bowling League on Health :Center Lanes. The wins put the Charles Town team within two games of the league lead. Jane Spinks led the Charles Town team to victory with a 119 high single game, while Virginia Dorsey had a 11 high game. STUCK & ALGER SCORES 3-1 WIN OVER ROCKWELLS The Stuck & Alger ladies' bowling team scored a 3-1 victory over the Rockwell Cleaners Mon- day in action in the Bi-County Major Bowling League at Shen- andoah Lanes. Nancy Roth led the Stuck & Alger team to victory with a 199 high single game score and a 509 set. Other set scores for the Stuck & Alger team were: Evelyn Grant, 456; P. Moore, 490; Vir- ginia Dorsey, 499; and June Wil- lingham, 476. Charles Town From Page 1-B pen and Gainesboro (Va.) will be at Tomahawk. Special Services To Begin At Assembly God Church Sunday The Rev. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. at Fifth Ave. in Ranson, an- nounces special services begin- ning with the Sunday School hour at 10 a.m. and including the morn- ing worship and the evening service. Speakers for these services will be converts from teen gangs, beatniks and drug addicts. You are invited to hear the first hand stories of those who have left the gangs and have forsaker narcotics to enter the ministry. The purpose of this special service is to inform youth and parents in this area of the dan- gers and problems thatt overcome l a home anad community that is invaded by narcotics. It will also challenge the people to take im- mediate steps to keep local teen- agers from becaoming victims of "traveling drug missionaries." These young men will tell of a positive new cure for adolescent narcotics. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Mrs. Mary B. Furr All league games will get under way at 2:30 p. m., with the Char- ~i~~ " "?~ les Town team playing all their Worship Service home games on the Legion Park Regular preaching service Sun- field, day morning, April 24, at the The Charles Town team is made Methodist Church by the pastor, up of Jefferson County boys from Rev. C. S. Reckley at 9:45; Sunday the Bakerton, Harpers Ferry and School at 10:45. Don't forget this Charles Town sections of the is Daylight Saving Time. county. Some of them are vet- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Spinks, of erans in Tri-County League play, Charles Town, were recent visi- but many of the Charles Town tors of Mrs. Viola Chapman. squad will be breaking in league Wednesday evening Mrs. Clark action for the first time this sea- Furr had a birthday supper for son. her son, Clark, III. Guests in: Anders said the Charles Town' cluded Miss Pat Smith, Mr, and squad has had several fine work Mrs. H. B. Riddleberger, Mrs. outs despite the inclement base- Mary Bruce Furr, N. Clark Furr, ball weather which has prevailed Judy Furr and Sarah Hostler. the past few weeks. But no de-1 Mrs. Viola Chapman spent finite decision had been made yet Thursday with her sister and Wednesday on Sunday's starting husband, Mr. and Mrs. Burgin line-up. Goodson near Charles Town. While the Charles Town team The Leetown P.T.A. held its has 21 boys under contract, a few regular meeting at the school of them are high school students house Tuesday evening, April 19, and will not become eligible to at 7:30. play until the close of the 1966 The Aid Society of theMetho- school term. Thus Coach Anders dist Church Will meet Thursday said he expects his team to be a night, April 21, at the home of little weak in spots until then Mrs. J. S. Locke. since there won't be too much Mrs. J. S. Locke and Mrs. John bench strength. Gardner were* callers Sunday To date the workouts .have morning on Mrs. C. H. Walke~.,r I shown fairly good hitting power Mrs. C. It. Walker's sister from on the team, but the fielding is Alabama is spending some time still a question mark since very with her. few of the boys have had any ex- 'Saturday Rev. and Mrs. Millard perience in playing the infield, Williams and Rev. Dale Palmer Anders stated, were dinner guests of Mr. and The outfield should be real good with experienced boys fill- ing the posts. Outfielders who have been work ing out with the squad are: James Fadley, o Harpers Ferry; Robert Davis, Kearneysville; Steve Will- ingham, Charles Town; David Car alier, Harpers Ferry and Robert Henry, Charles Town. Trying for the infield spots are James Crites, Thurl Roy, John Snow, Donald Noland. Gene John son, all of Charles Town, Victor Peterson, Ranson and Gary Iden of Bakerton. Making up the pitching staff will be Floyd Wilt, Harpers Ferry Richard Lloyd, Charles Town; and Wendell Williams, Ranson. The catching may be the real weak spot on the Charles Town team; with only a few boys, most of them without experience, work ing out. The team is being sponsored by the Merchant-Noland Chevrolet Oldsmobile Agency in Charles Town, but financial assistance has also been received from the H. W. Wageley Company; Feagans Jewelry Store; Town &,Country Clothiers; Kastles Men s Shop; Elite Cleaners. (From Page One) truggling near the bottom--and to be sure, Hank Bauer of .he Orioles, providing his club doesn't win the 1966 flag... JIM EDWARDS will have a Waterford Park "Special" car on the Wayne Travel KentuCky Derby Special train which leaves Chester the night of May 6th... AL ABRAMS, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette sports columnist ens: "There's more than meets the eye to the announcement hat Jay Mathews has resigned his post as mutuel manager tt The Meadows. Matthews says he was "shocked and sur- prised when the news reached him.".. FRANK ROBINSON, tr, ,ed to the BMtimore Orioles by Lhe Cincinnati Reds, will become the first player in' history to be named "most, valuable player," in both big leagues. So says Sports Magazine, ,which also cks the Twins and tlle Dodgers to win the pennant again this year. More titan 500 big league ball players took part in the poll... MICKEY JACKSON, the former Harpers FelTy High foet- bal star, has been ou tanding in spring football practice at Marshall University, so says coach of the Big Green, Charley Snyder... WHETHER IT was a foul up in our special wire service to his office across the street at Striders, or a copy reader's fault, Hiffhley Roderick, our financial expel't, wants a re- ran. .his tatement .recentl, "Half a loafer is better than ,11o~e. l" .. Mrs. C. H. Walker. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr was a caller one afternoon last week of Mrs. Viola Chapman and Mrs. Al- ton Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim, of Charles Town, were call- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 ers Sunday evening on Mrs. MaryRead The Bruce Furr. / I ntn II West Washington Street Ch'arles Town, W. Va. ALL NEW AND MODERN ROOR SPACE- NEW FRONT UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF CLARENCE H. STANTON im Featuring a most complete Wne of Eazly American, Spanish, French, Italian - Solid Woods.. 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