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Harry C011is Leads ....... Boh's Babes had the high team end with his parents, Mr. and[ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADI game score, 692 and also high Mrs. Hollis Santmier. TI JRSDAY, MAY 5, 19 6 team set score, 1976. Mr. Bill Williams, a former Jane Stone and Nancy Roth are Maryland, was a visitor in the oil- eria, Peru and Venexuela. These grams may get more I i t League tied for the top individual league lage last week. countries have requested Volun- and an application from n Jun o lain honors, each showing a 153 ave- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dunbar, Mr. teers for a wide variety of assign County Extension A ments utilizing every type of agri County Extension Office rage for the season. Barbara Cape and Mrs. "Pete" Bullock and ram- Virginia Dorsey and Reba Cam- ily have all been on the sick list. cultural background, in the County Building, Jimmy Mahoney pitched theI In the Junior Division it was The Charle'~own High base. Shepherdstown High baseballers Harry Collis spilling the pins help bailers managed to get the Wea- to a 4-1 victory over the Harpers ing his team, the Coffins, take ther Man to smile Upon them er0rL are tied for fourth in the Mr. and Mrs. Monte Stuckey, of Rural youth, farmers and re. Town tired farmers are especially need " individual standings with 146 the Hatchery, are the proud par- ed for these programs. Rural ~rry H]gihl Tigers T~l~S~J~yi.~f~rlt~ree points from first place averages, ents of a son born Thursday in young people with 4-H or FFA t ,ova, ~ p,, =v uu Ln=O,epnvru~-IUnde~l~or~ , ..... lieu ,omo~briefly Tuesday afternoon, April ~~~mmrl@~K~gl~ltWinchester' Va'' H°spital" backgrounds are needed to help ,=. ~wn field` by s.tri.king_out. 10ibf i2~'~n~i']l~'"~H*Je'Un~ler~aker; 26, but it lasted long enough for 966 A- g[K:ullu[dl deVelop youth clubs, while Volun 'tiger oarsmen ~na limiting mere are 4ust --- :~:-" :'----' .... = them to score a 3-2 victorY Over 1 teers with practical farming will • to three hits ~ j ua~ pum~ aaeau vz me the St. Joseph's Catholic High PIN BUSTERS CONTINUE work directly with farmers in "Pho Csrainsl ....... 9_o I Coffins and Gutter Guys and this batsmen of Martinsburg, bn the ....................... ~ , . ~ TO LEAD IN LADIES' MI . MaryB. Furr --'".whll° ......... f,r ~rn,~,~ ~'~ ~, ~o~ beWeekSqultematcheSinterestmgWfll alSOsteveProveAnder.tO Charles Town field. It was the TRIO LEAGUE RACE Summer Programs Are villages encouraging improved -- .................. farming methods, i victory,their fodrth consecutiveo defeat solTo ha-.rO ;nuren- . ..... unoay Joefirst time0uthltin CharlesmOre thanTowna week7-6, i Shepherdstown scored four big ~)n cl a race game o~ ll~, that either team had been able to ~_ -- :~ People enterested in PeaceI r,m¢ in th,~ *h,.a ~m,~ ^,, ~,,,, ~mers romng games o! iuu or get into action because of the LADIES' TRIO LOOP RUml~_, ge S~e T01d By Peace Corps Cor,s summer agricultural pro- GO TO weatherand thewin gavethe Dent forget the rummage sale ~=mm~i~ mmm hits, with'a single by Greg "Co;-I ~,l°re :nedreLT°irmarny:umblin, Gary STANDING OF TEAMS bert with the bases loaded accoti a ._ #. : Charles Town a sweep of their Saturday, May 7, at the Methodist Sixteen developing nations have -~--s-'i ...... ~v~ ,..~..~,f ...... the ~-,,,~, ...... I The Bowling Banquet has been pair of games with St. Joe and Team - - W. L. Church, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. requestedai VolunteersPeaceforC°rpSsummerAgrLcultUrassign- VOTE FORA CUT Harpers Ferry pushed over aIplanned for Fr!daY...May 20th at third victory in only four games Pin Buste~ 40~ 15~ Regular preaching servlce Sun- ments Jefferson County Exten- ~; single run in the final frame t 6:2~ P. ~. a~ the R~b Room and they have been able to play this Tnunflerbirds 35 27 I)eAnge!o and Hope workeci for l tickets may be obtained at Pike. season. Rolling Pins 33 23 day morning at the Methodist sion Agents announced today. JEFFERSON COUNTY Church by the pastor, Rev. C.S. Current requests for Agricul- the Tigers and ~though they lSide Bowl or by contacting Doro. Riley Thompson *hurled the Comets 31~ 24~ Reckley at 9:45; Sunday School tural Volunteers more than dou- gave ui~ five hits betwee~i them, t thy Slusher 725-7887. Panthers to victory, besting St. Head Pins29% 25% at 10:45. E t [ C l and turned in fine performanceS[ ~ " - - ~ Joe's pitching ace Johnny Piece- Pin Splitters28 24 they ,~were not good enough for a [ ~ ,~ rn ~_ c~__._ jo- lomini despite the fact that St. Rolling Stones 27 29 Mr .and Mrs. Burgin Goodson, [ ble those of past years. This in- Early Risers 23~ 32~ of near Charles Town, were visi- creased demand reflects the crit- ~ | ............... ' .... i ][ ....... --- ThompSOned two, whilefannedpiccolominiSeven andstruckWalk F'ScrewballSso's 22~21 33~35 Vi0lat°rs ThursdaYchapman.afternoon of Mrs.India°ficalthef°°daloneW°rld'situati°nbetweenF°r anin example,manY15 andareas20in |~ o~ 11 and walked only one. Coffee Cups 21 35 Mrs. Clark Furr entertained million - twice the population of THE R0[b~'~-'~ ~'~il I'1~ ~ Lucky Str~% O.--~ 32~ with a birthday supper Wednes- New York City- are threatened day evening for her daughter, by famine this year. Unless some n Tha Pin Busters maintained Judy. Guests included Mr. N. thing is done - and soon - experts their lead in the Ladies' Trio Clark Furr, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. predict the next ten years will H mry TO Deckle Bowling League race Wednesd~ty Riddleberger, Miss Pat Smith, become the "Decade of Famine". [H THE Df 0C TIC PRIMARY in action at Shenandoah Lanes Clark Furr, III, Mrs. Mary Bruce Training programs for ten Ch and now appear to have the sec. Furr and Miss Susan League. countries in Latin Ajnerica, four d0r Lea e amps o.d half crown almost in their Mr..and Mrs. Lee LUpton and in Africa and two in Asia got IS U P P O R W pockets, daughter, Sandra, of Armel, Va., ufiderway this summer. These pro --- This being the final week of Mlllie Anderson, the league's spent the weekend with Mrs. Lup- grams include Volunteers for The County's Only Full-Time Active Land Junior League Bowling at Pike- leading bowler, rolled the high ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, side, it looks as there might haw single individual game score of Grove. the Dominican Republic, Ecuador In His Effort To Produce The Best Possible to be a roll-0ff to determine the tlie day, a 213, ~vh|le Doris Cline Mr. and Mrs. Billy Santmier, of E1 Salvador, Guinea, Honduras, Surveying For This Area. Champions. First half Champions had the high set score, 494. The Richmond, Va,, spent the week- India, Morocco, Nepal, Niger, Nig the 12 O clock .High, will meet Head Pins rolled the top team -: : the second half champions and game score, 544 and also the high SatUrday's matches will decide set score, 1467. whether the Knock Outs or the Millie AnderSon remains far Ducklings @ill be the second half out in fret of the rest of the champions, pack in the season's individual In last Saturday's action Dean averages, with a 165, while C. ¢iands rolled a nice game of 135 Gone is second with 158, D. CUne ~ar~lng for hitnself an award for third with 157 and C. Heishman dgh game and high set. Ill this gr~d Elaine Myers are tied for ceek's lhague Play Bobby Wood- fourth with 149. ord and Marshall, McCormick • - - .'oiled high set Of 207, while THREE~ TEAMS TIED ,llchael clay had the best game FOR LEAD, IN ~VA,. )f,~u__~.,.._., _± _~ ~118" , i ttou~r~w~ L~tUU~; -=== TO ..... _. _. e. :n.ael=cla oo-l STANDm6 OF TEAm oy WOO(lt0ra,donnny Daylor, [ OF DE! Et Marshall McCormick, Bruce Mol-JTeam -- W L er, Flip Dorsey, David Dorsey,{ Arehte's D~lt~44 20 Mary Chamblin, Dean Viands, Teri Bob's Babes 44 20 i m ry Butts and Jeff Smoot. Stu's Heroines 44 20 • " ' .. _~ [ Dorothy s Pills35 29 From "Ma f.___ _-_.._ l mm[[Lawrence's Dlekie ' s Olympians Gales 30~ 2833~ 3~6 ' FROM PAGE ONE ~. I Jay's Debs 26 38 JE ........ ' Helen's Dolls 25 39 l~Ri~Ol~ ~UNTY pers Ferry at 4 p m. And ~l~ur.S- d~'y May 19, t~ ~tl| travel to ~arb's ..C~ y Girls .24 . ~40 MartinsbUrg for a r turli game, weeues .. zsys S RV YOUR GRI tTLY ° - PPRECIATED Wilt[ Um Bulldogs 4 P m j -- -- u -- -- t-P/LPol, Adv.) ~L n~ ~a~'' Frida"#, ~"::°a: - ~,r" •. With only. One more week of the Panthers will wind up their league actmn, the second half of Regular season activity ~n their play in the WXVA Hou,sewives hoflid t~la~dt~d~ by° pl~yiri~ hbs~ BoWling League has developbd ~:~"%~:~~1~:'~:: ~ ~:Ii to Hedgesville in a game ~t for into a three-way dogfight for the 2:45 p.m. s~cdnd half championship with Archie's Dames, Bob's Babes and And if the weather cooperates Stu's Heroines all tied for the long enough for this heavy act- lead following Tuesday's action at ivity to be completed, the Pan- Pikeside Bowl. tht~rs and the other SeCtiOnal Re~ Cameron came up with te~'ns, will have only a f~W da~s of r~st before r4oving i~ t~e the high individual game of the • p0st-~asoli t0Urtl£m~tit tr~tl, dRT; ~ 195, with Nancy Roth finish :: , .. ..... ~. .... i : ~ :i :;: :if:/" :.:':: i% ~ i: Whil~ ~,tl~¢ weather has effected ing second high with a 185 gaSm ....... : : . ...... :,~:::.::::~:~ tr]d)t ~ibttlrlty .to some extent, it and Biddy Smoot, a 180 game for has not created as much of a pro. third high. :. blem for the section's track coo- Nancy Roth also rolled the high ches as for baseball. I set score of the day, a 508, while Coach Bill Jordan, head track Reba Cameron was second high coach at Charles Town High has with a 506, Dot Brown, third only tWO medts befo]~ takin~ Jiis ~igh with te~m irate the annual Regional meet to be staged in MartinSburg May I4. The first of the two meets will 16TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT take phce this afternoon at2 ,p. (For Unexpired Term) i i. a[ Middletown and it @ill be a dual meet between Middletown ...... ~ CharIe§ ToWii. Then next Wednesday, May II, ,: at 4 p, m. the Panther trackmen will entertain the Clarke COtl~ty ............ track and field t am in a dual ..... : .... : I~eet o~ the Charles Town field "- ....... at ~ p. ~. ' " In other baseball activity this week, St. JoSeph's Catholic ]ti~h SETS! WASH! H SEWING MOTORSCOOTER ! batsmen M r ihs urg, |s pl 'y- ing at Harpers Ferry this ~ter. n~on , and l~Id)t~ . kftei~loon : ' ~ Middletown High will be at Shep- herdstown for a 3:30 game; the .; ii Frederick. (Md.). High , aFve ; Will be a~ Ha~ FerrY fbr a game at 4p. ~nd S,hep~berd Col. { m' ew t r (Va.- College. Martinsburg will be at Berkeley Friday night for a game at 8 p: m. ~[::W ~f~' " " ' $ it'tirday Bi tat Con- I'lL] Over $250,000 in prizes - 30,000 [ere~n~)/,l~kAttld field ~ Will HOWARD P. SHORES be held at Boonsboro (Md.) begin Of them. and anyone can Win!" ning at I p. m. with HarpersWALK PAINT SponsorcdbyCtTGOdealcrscvcry- Ferry and Shepherdstown repree F()~ TWO, Yvliere, the World of Prizes is all fun • Is a Native of Mineral County, Reared and Schooledenting Jefferson County in thle Justlike on TV. Doesn't drip, run or In Keyser. meet aad Musslman from Berlt- epatterlike messy ordinary paints. FLYINGPAN AM, . and no work find there's abSo- @ Is a Graduate of West Virginia Universfly et~ CORnt~z. Extra easy to apply with brush or TO. LQ IJO LISBON, lutely no purchase required. Drive roller. Ideal for ceilings too. Dries L.L.B. 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