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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 1978 Jefferson High School Golf Team Members of the Jefferson High School golf team are (front, left to right) - Joe French, Mike Bernstein, Scott Dennison, David Joseph. (Back) -- Coach Paul Wilmouth, Barry Davidson, Robert Sharp, Dwayne Frazier, Scott Walker, and John Josephs. TENNIS STROKES From Page 13 Farley Whitley, 8-5; Betty Hodgson over Marge Fargo, 8-0; Snowden Kisner over Pearl Perkins, 8-6; Lynn Umscheid over Farley Whitley, 8-I; Lucy Athey over Pat Meehan, 8-5; Marge Fargo over Lynn Um- scheid, 8-5; Carol Kable over Marcia Mayberry, 8-I; Betty Hodgson over Pearl Perkins, 8- 0; Jerry Order over Gall Smallwood, 8-6, Elaine Begeman bested Patsy Noland, 8-2; Gall smallwood outscored Betty Dickey, 8-3; Betty Dickey bested Lana Schultz, 8-3; Elaine Begeman over Jerry Orser, 8-4; Elaine Begeman over* Gall Smallwood, 8-4. DOUBLES Pat Meehan-Barb Psillas over Peg Butler-SUsan Skinner, 8-4', Grace Vitez-Dot Caperton over Nancy Pritchard-Gail Smallwood, 8-5; Peg Butler- Susan Skinner over Marge Sparks-Jean Rornine, 8-6; Nancy Ruth-Jean Doyle in overtime bested June Huyett-Pat Dopson, 9-7; Biddy Smoot-Betty Dickey over Pearl Perkins-Elaine Begeman, 8-3', Pearl Perkins- Eleanor Manzuk over Nancy Ruth-Jean Doyle, 8-5; Pat Meehan-Marge Fargo over Marge Sparks-Jean Romine, 8- 4; Barb Strader-Lynn Umscheid over June Huyett-Pat Dopson, 8- I. Lobs: Nancy Sager and Judy Phalen are withdrawn, so regard them as no play, no score. -- Please score your tiebreakers as 9-8 -- Please record substitutes in doubles and who they are playing for -- Check overall scores to make sure thay have been posted. Some are not marked, so I don't know whether you have played yt. The May Consumers Report has a test rating of tennis racquets and also an article "Tennis Elbow, Anyone?" Rabbit Breeders Will Meet Fdday - The May monthly meeting of the Potomac Highlands Rabbit Breeders Association will be held on Friday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Jefferson County Com- munity Center in Bardane. W Va., between Charles Town and Kearneysville on State Route 9. Mter a short business meeting th xe will be an evaluation of the I I Stuarts Draft, Va--Enjoy first nationally sanctioned Rabbit Show in this area. There has been a great deal of interest generated through the show which was held on April 30' with regard to raising pure-bred rabbits for show, meat, fur, and pets. Michael Davis, a local breeder will present a program on "Raising Rabbits Com- mercially -- the Advantages of Using Pedigreed Stock". Mr. Davis is a successful com- mercial rabbit breeder who raises stock for meat and laboratory use. The group was formed to bring together the many people in the area who raise rabbits and can share experiences for the mutual benefit of the mem- bership. Anyone who raises rabbits, whether commercial, fancy, or "backyard bunnies" is cordially invited to attend the meetings and enjoy the ad- vantages of membership in the club. Junior Boys Split Matches The Jefferson Junior boyt tennis team dropped its first match in two years of play to visiting Massanutten Academy of Woodstock by the score of 8-2 on April 26. The guests from Virginia had a team composed of three post graduates, three seniors, and one Junior, but the home team made up of players in grades seven through nine put up a scrap in most of the mat- ches. The juniors' wins both came in singles play as Kerry Fries topped Wainwright 8.4, in the number four singles position and Mike Smith won over Casey 9-8, at the number five spot. In the other singles matches won by Massanutten, Smith downed David Ramsburg, 8-2; Allen edged Craig Kershner, 8-8 Thomas defeated Monte Keiter 8-4; Reading downed David McDaniel, 8-4; and Moshari nipped Rodd Ramey, 9-7. In the doubles matches which were all won by the visitors, Smith- Wainwright topped Ramsburg- Fries, 8-2; Allen-Thomas downed Keiter-Kershner, 8-4; and Casey-Readng defeated Kenny Cameron-Kelly Colbert, 4-I. Then on April 28, the Jefferson junior boys bounced back to blank visiting Powhatan School 7-0. In singles action David the splendor of nature in Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley from a secluded cottage or beautiful, wooded campsite at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Join us at Shenandoah Acres Camp-Resort, a very modern resort and campground carefully secluded in nature's most rustic setting. Miles of mountain trails for hiking, a three-acre sandbottom lake for swimming, sports equipment, summer horseback riding, bike rentals and excellent fishing in the nearby Sherando Lake, St. Mary's River, Mill Creek, v,u--- u..d,IMMID Back Creek and the Shenandoah Ihi THE SHENANDOAH River. Cottages with fireplaces. 2-bedroom efficiency units with fireplaces * Tentsites with firerings Fire wood * Wooded campsites * Electric and water hookups Clean, modern bathhouse with hot showers * Camp store * Ice * Laundry * Sanitary dump station, Bottle Gas. fishing licenses available nearby * $6 camp fee for two adults, children under 12 free * Summer cottage reservations required * Rates and color brochure upon request. Shenandoah Acres Camp-Resort c/o C.T. Blacka Stuarts Draft, Virginia 24477 (703) 337-1911 Ramsburg downed Talley, 8-1; Monte Keiter won over Monohan, 8-3; Craig Kershner blanked Bronson, 84); Kerry Fries downed Goldensleeve, 8-2; and Mike Smith shutout Weiss, 8- 0. In the doubles matches David Ramsburg teamed up with David McDaniel to top Talley- Monohan, 8-1; and Rodd Ramey- Kelly Colbert blanked Goldensleeve-Weiss, 8-0. The Junior boys varsity completed the month of April with a 5-1 record while the junior varsity was 4-0. Kerry Fries and Mike Smith both remain un- defeated in singles play with 6-0 records while David Ramsburg, Monte Keiter, and Craig Ker- shner are all 5-1 thus far. The boys will visit Randolph- Macon Academy on May 9, at 2:30 p.m. for a varsity and junior varsity match. Girl Juniors Are Defeated The Jefferson Junior girls tennis team dropped its second match of the season as visiting Powhatan School edged the locals, 8-3, on April 28. The junior girls managed a 3-3 split of the singles matches but could not come up with enough volleys and dropped all three doubles matches. The juniors, Wendy Whitehair came up with one of the biggest wins in her young career as she used a strong serve to top former Jefferson Open champion Caroline Friant 8-4, at the number four singles position, Susie Jamison shoed a lot of determination as she rallied from a 3-0 deficit to top Pohatan's Flynn 9-8, in a tiebreaker at the number three singles position. Barbara Fargo dominated Hawkins 9-1, at the number six spot to account for the local girls' third singles win. Powbatan's singles wins were by Legge over Sherry Keiter, 8- 3; Troup downed Deanna Spunich 8-3; and Devereux dropped Kathy Lloyd, 8-6. Powhatan's doubles wins were by Flynn-Legge over Keiter- Dana Smallwood, 8-2; Friant- Devereux defeated Spunich- Jamison, 8-6; and Troup- Hawkins edged Fargo- Whitehair, 9-7. The junior girls also dropped the junior varsity match 2-I. Burke nipped Tuna Smallwond 9- 7: and the team of Burke- Devereux won over Laurie Huff master Michelle Shrewbridge 8-5. Kelly Watson won over Guest 8-4 to account for the juniors' win. The junior girls finished the month of April with one victory as against two defeats. The losses were at the hands of undefeated Mercersburg now 7- 0, and undefeated Powhatan now 3-0. The junior varsity was 1-1. Kelly Watson remains un- defeated in singles play with a 2- 0 record while Susie Jamison, Deanna Spunich, Kathy Lloyd, and Barbara Fargo are all 2-1 in singles play during April. The girls will journmey to Randolph-Macon Academy on May 12, for a 4 p.m. match. COMPLAINTS SOUGHT WASHINGTON -- Banking regulators are encouraging customers to complain when they think lenders have misled or discriminated against them. The Federal Reserve and the comptroller of the currency have made a list of consumer fights in brochures they will send to the banks they reg- ulate. 24-2 Jefferson Squad Gears For Sectional The bounding Jefferson High School baseball team, riding the crest of an impressive 18-game win streak, meet their final two regular season opponents this weekend, in Morgantown, in preparation for the single elimination state sectional tournament scheduled to begin next week. The Cougars, who bounced back from early season back-to- back losses to Martinsburg and Frederick, will face Morgan- town St. Francis Friday evening and University High at 1:00 p.m., Saturday. Head Coach John Lowery scheduled the two Monongahelia County opponents immediately after he learned late Tuesday afternoon that the St. Francis Invitational Tour- nament had been cancelled. In AAA sectional competition, the 24-2 Cougars will face Hampshire (9-3) at Shenandoah Junction, at I:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 8. The winner will have a home field advantage at I:00 p.m., May 10, against Berkeley Springs, which received a first round bye. A victory there would vault Jefferson into the 12 noon, Saturday, May 12, sectional final, against Martinsburg, Frankfort or Keyser. A Jef- ferson - Martinsburg match-up would be played at Shenandoah Junction, but the Cougars will be on the road if they meet either Frankfort or Keyser. Senior mound ace Jay Mahoney (7-1)is expected to pitch against St. Francis on Friday, and then oppose Hampshire in the sectional opener. Mahoney, who recovered from an early Season illness to finish strong, with 33 strike outs in his last three outings, holds the Cougar record of 22 career victories. Senior Randy Rutherford (6-0) will face Berkeley Springs if the Cougars survive the first-round contest, according to Lowery. Heading into the season finale, the Cougars show a .306 team batting average, having doubled their opponents' run total -- 212 to 106 -- allowing only 2.32 earned runs a game. Shepherd Swim Coach Signs Top Prospect Shepherd College head swimming {oach Rick Gibson has signed Delaware state swimming champion Donna Russell to his ranks of swimmers for the 1978.79 season. An incoming freshman from New Castle, Delaware, Ms. Russell is the state high school champion in the 100 yard freestyle (55.8) and is among the state's better 220 yard freestylers (2.04) Russell's times in both events are faster than the current Shepherd College records in those races. She is also proficient in the 500 yard freestyle, and has been clocked some 14 seconds faster than Shepherd's record in that event. "Donna is the best female recruit we have ever signed in swimming here at Shepherd," commented Gibson. "I look for her to be the first girl to score points in national competition for us, and I'm very pleased to have her coming to Shepherd," the head mentor commented. Russell was a co-captain on the William Penn High School swim team in New Castle, Del. Shenandoah Downs Revises Stake Races Shenandoah Downs and the Charles Town Turf Club have revised their 1978 stakes schedule to go with the new schedule which has Shenandoah Downs running through June 24 and then the action shifting to Charles Town on June 26 for the remainder of the year. The Tri-State Futurity, a race for two-year-olds bred in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia has been moved from ,,,i. H III "" JOE'S,,,,. Fresh from lh'e waters of the Chempeake Bay OYSTERS served any way you like them, CLAMS on the HIf Shell CRAB CAKES IMPERIAL CRAB CRAB SALAD BROILED Boneless SHAD BIOILED SHAD ROE With BACON FRIED SHRIMP STEAMED SHRIMP STUFFED SHRIMP SHRIMP SALAD' WHOLE ROCK WHOLE BASS WHOLE BLUEFISH FILLET ROCK. Broiled FILLET FLOUNDER BROILED FILLET BLUEFISH FILLET RED SNAPPER HADDOCK - SWORDFISH Broiled WHOLE LOBSTER Broiled LOBSTER TAILS FROG LEGS ITALIAN SPAGHETTI ITALIAN ANTIPASTO JOE'S Ocean Cove 3 Miles out Rt. SZZ South Winchester, VIrlnta Orders Packed To Go DIAL 662. Closed All Day Mondays 1 September 9 to November 4 with the Mountaineer Stakes being moved from November 4 to December 2 and the Valley Sprint Championship from May 27 till July 15. The Tri-State is being shifted from Shenandoah to Charles Town and will be run at seven furlongs instead of the 6 furlongs it had been scheduled for. The Edward L. Balke, which was to be run at Charles Town on June 17 will be moved to Shenandoah on the same day but will be contested at 6 furlongs, instead of seven. Following is the revised schedule for 1976: $10,000 -- added Edward L. Balke Memorial, 6 furlongs, Shenandoah Downs, June 17. $10,000 -- added Valley Sprint Championship, 4% furlongs, Charles Tovn, July 15. $10,000 -- added Sadie Hawkins Stakes, 7 furlongs, pening Fast.Pitch Softball League Is Delayed To Sunday The opening of the Fast-Pitch Softball League which was to have taken place Thursday, May 2, had to be postponed until Sunday afternoon on the Leetown diamond due to the fact that the lights which were supposed to have been installed at the diamond, have not arrived and night ball cannot be played at this time. Tom Coffin, president of the Fast-Pitch League, said the lights were ordered some eight weeks ago and he had been assured they would be in Charles Charles Town, August 5. $10,000 -- added Charles F. Funk Memorial, 7 furlongs, Charles Town, September 23. $10,000 -- added Traveller Stakes, 7 furlongs, Charles Town, October 14. $25,000 -- added Tri-State FNturity, 7 furlongs, Charles Town, November 4. $10,000 -- added Mountaineer Stakes, 1% miles, Charles Town December 2. 'Ha, town Be CHARLESTON construction $75,512 for were Governor The projects! the Governor. Town in time to be installed in projects," al ample time for the league's !Governor, scheduled opening on May 2. i larges t bid Coffin said it will probably be !Department another ten days or two weeks history." before the lights will be installed The and the league can play night State Senator ball at the Leetown field. Jr., for their In the meantime, the league administratio will begin its 1977 play on the program. The Leetown field on Sunday with that it is his three games on tap, the first at rapidly as 1:30 between the Discount Car Brokers and the Thoroughbred to renovate Bats. Then at 2:30 it will be the state's Top Brass batsmen versus the Rockefeller Charles Town Moose and at 4 County p. m. the Am Vats Post No. 5 contract for against the Turf Club. miles of County 19..,,i Monday, May 8, there will be one game at 6:15 p.m. with the ATLANTA " Top Brass versus Tyeryar; on orson a Tuesday evening at 6:15 p.m., it South Chins 'will be the Thoroughbred bat- contracted smen versus the Turf Club; on ficials said, one Wednesday, May 10, it will be reported the the Moose Club versus the AM-cases of the Vats Post. Wyoming ATTEND AND PARTICIPATE ! in the Public Service Commission Hearing sday, May 11, 1978 at 9:30 a.m. in the Room of Berkeley County Court House, sburg. Relative to a possible 23% inc your electric bills. Jefferson County Taxpayers Ass I. BEST MILEAGE RATINGS OF ANY MID-SIZE CARl* 2. LOWEST STICKER. PRICE OF ANY MID-SIZE CARP* 3. MOST ROOM FOR mE OF ANY CAR OR WAGONF 4.OUR BEST SELLER TEST-DRIVE ONE AND SEE WHY! FAIRMONT WAGON FAIRMONT 2-DOOR SEDAN FORD MIRMONT A GREAT BUY TIMES FOUR. The Ford Fairmont car line. It's space efficient, fuel efficient and cost efficient And right now it's our best-selling car. Test-drive it at your Ford Dealer and see why. 'With 2.3 litra engine and 4.-speod manuel transmission, Your actual mileage will vary according to tBaaed on EPA interior volume optional equipment, car's condition, index and sticker prices. how and where you drive. California ratings lower. FORD FAIRMONT-A BETTER IDEA FOR SPRING. SEE YOUR FORD BEALER BASE STICKER PRICE **Excluding title, taxes See your Ford Oealer for Illl price Station wagon shown $4,78 shown $3,820 TO0 S. WEST ST. HOMASSEN FORD-MERCURY INC. CHARLES TowNI . PHONE 725. 7031