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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THUI~DAY, MAY 6, I~2 15 % Scene From Opening Ceremonies Of Jefferson County Special Olympics was once again Special Olympics Day in Jef- County, an exciting event for the mentally ban- children in the county. The pageant and fun the Jefferson High School stadium at 10 a.m. with :k and field being staged for several hundred handicapped individuals six years of age and And the above picture is a scene form the formal event at the Olympics which featured the lighting Olympics flame and carried around the high school track by handicapped runners, with the remain- der of the several hundred participants following the flame bearers. Jefferson County is just one of over 10,000 communities all over the world to hold such annual Olympic events as a program of physical fitness, sports training and athletic competition for the mentally han- dicapped children and adults It is unique in that the Olympics accomodates competitors at all ability levels by assigning them to competition visions based upon both age and acutal performance. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Hunt Really Belting For Lady Ram: - Vicki r student County College at Rock- tallied six hits in four week for the College Lady Rams team. Among those a pair of ,while two runs and in five others. for someone who organked sea, ball years, player to be as sue- Hunt has been thus seas,one would played the sport Iiunt however, and fo her superlative ,? great deal to do with this move. "Mary also went to MCCC, and then tran erred to softball at Shepherd. ~te said it was good school and that the people were and College's she was right" Player-of-The Summer Charity not participate in any while attending Tennis Unique In High and delayed Juniors Concept ege for two years The Potomac Summer Charity Tennis Series is a new unique in junior tennis. The series offers student tennis players who are 18 years old and under three events throughout the sum- met in which tbey can par. ticipate, slmrpen tt # skms, and gain tournament ez- perience. The tennis has been desigued to RU a vactmm in the availability of junior tennis events in the area, and the three events scheduled for this year ot er a variety of options to the young tennis player. The first d tbe events is open to players at all levels of proficiency. It's the Round Robin "Fun" Rmer, in which participants win be with adult tom'uament players as partners. Each team consistlng d a student and at various jobs area. In 1979 at Montgomery College at and her bndd cm'eer was soon to tried out and e MCCC softball team and wus a in the outfield by end. She was moved inf'mld during her season to become the position she now Lady Rams. I wanted to Hunt explains mUl college "In high school I in play a bee of the nature of I decided to tl~f~ Rams and their give R a try", for lost time on tbe Th,z eight season, ts team In seven and is The tw ty- old physical major leads the (12), singles (2), rum batted in bases (3), runs batting average is tied for most bur early. tober teammates pleased surprised also. definitely even myself," notes to Hunt, of my hta work on the tbe game, what to do throw the ball Ific game dm deekkd to and and Ibutu w/th a '[hl I, )ned Tenni Set For Secti, Three of the 16 tennisbeginner8 play in singles for tournaments in West Virginia ages 12, 14, 16 and 18 and for sanctioned by the Westdoubles con Ation for ages Virginia District Tennis AssociaUon for tbe 19e2 season will be staged either in Berkeley or Jefferson Cotmties. They are the Jefferson Jmor Open toni m ent to be staged July on the Jef- ferson County Parks courts ~ the direction o~ Glen H. Edwards of Charles Town. There will be beginners compatRion for ages 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 in shw.les; and beginners competition of 12, 14, 16 ~ 18 in the doubles. Perkins additional in[ormaUon aboL play in this tournament should contact Glen H. Edwards at 304-725- 7929. There will be a sanctloned tournament staged in "Berkeley County, the first August 16-20 with tennis players from Berkeley, Jef- ferson and Morgan Counties eligible to participate in the Eastern Panhandle closed tma-nament. Tbere will be I0. Persons interested in this tournament should also contact Glan Edwards at 304- 725-79,the tourmmmnt will be staged on the courts in the county parks. on Sept. II and 12 and also Sept. 18 the, Panhandle Senior Open Tom'nmnent to be staged at Faulkner Park in Berkeley County under the direction of Steve Catlev director of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Recreation Dept. Com~dtion wmbe held for male single players, ages 35, 45, and 55, and for wom n players 35, 45 and 55. For more information contact 304-267-7314 or 304-754- 3025. According to the West Virginia District Tennis Association, all tennis players in order to be ranked in WVDTA play, must play in two MATA sanctioned tour. naments, one of which must be the West Virginia Junior Closed Tournament in Morgantown. host Mercersburg Academy J.V. squad. Singles winners were Dorrie Kowalski, Gall Reeder, Stephanie Milburn and Lisa Lu uan. Doubles winners were Marie Johan- sson-Julie Benner and Tanja Romanko-Bev Schwartz. The JV girls will host Clear Spring varsity on May 6 at Jefferson Memorial Park and then play at St. James J.V. on May 7. Season adult, will play four fifteen minute "sets". This opening event of the series takes place on June 12th at North mgerstewn mgh Schoo: Event number two, the Tournament Classic, is set up as a cm ination singles and doubles There will be no mixed doubles. Players be classed in age gr~ of 12 and under, 14 and under, and 13 and under. This event is schedalnd for July 9, and The third event is the Business and Industry Team Omllenge, a doubles tour- nament in which each team is sponsored by a regional business. Age are the same as for the Tour- nament Classic, and the date the event is August 14 and 1.5. will be awarded for :RRY MEADE FARM MARKET Located at Middleway, W.Va. 1-304-725.2709 SPECIALS / 16Oz. - II Pk. Rat. Bottles I'tUS DU,Om Lettuce, Hd $9, Tomatoes, lb. 59' Shenandoah's Pride Milk Bologna Fresh Eggs 22 oz. Loaf Bread Bathroom Tissue 15 oz. Dog & Cat food Fuses. Plugs. Night Lights (Reg. to sI.W) NOW 37, or SPl.O0 Gcd. $|77 .89 do 70' 59' to. 29' each event, and a series awards dinner is scheduled for September 18, I~. Students who would like to pariei/pate may obtain entry forms through the Maryland Society, 5 Public Square, Professional Arts Building, Hagerstown, 1740. Girls' Up Mark 5-2 The Jeffersml High junior varsity girls tennis team uppad their season reoord to 5- 2 on May I, with a 6-2 win over SHEPHERDSTOWN LITTLE LEAGUERS ENJOY HAVING FORMER BALTIMORE ORIOLE GREAT HELP THEM "KICKOFF" SEASON The nearly 100 players on the six Shepherdstown teams in the Jefferson County Little Baseball League were given a real treat Saturday after- noon, April 24 in the "kickoff" of their 1982 activities when they were priviledged to meet and greet Brooks Robinson, former outstanding third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles who was on hand and just about wore out his right hand signing autographs for the youngsters. The "kickoff" of a financial effort to raise funds to finance the team's operations this Summer, got underway in the form of a pop-corn sale particulary in the Shepherdstown area. The youngsters are now excepting orders for boxes of Pic-N-Pop gourmet. Interested persons can contact any Little League player on the Shepherdstown teams. The Oriole star was brought to Shepherdstown through the efforts of Nelson Robinson, a Martinsburg businessman, but a prominent resident of Shepherdstown. Shown with Robinson in the picture are: front row (left to right) - Ken Waldeck, a member of the Angels of the Regular Division of League play; Jeff Car- penter, of the Yankees of the Regular Division and Robert Michael Willard of the Angels of the Minor Division. Standing in back are: Eddie Tenant, of the Cardinals of the Senior Division of Play; Elliot Hanes, of the Minor Division Yankees and Larry Wade Davis, of the Minor division Royals. Start Is Gr, After only two weeks of action, teams from the Tuscawilla Soccer Club are in good standing in the Jefferson County Youth Soccer League. The five teams have been all over the county playing hard and having fun. In Division 5, the Tornadoes have a record of 2 win~ and I IOSS~ o[ Sunday, May 2. This team is made up of fifth, sixth and seventh graders who range in ages from 10 to 12. Because of the bagger, 11- man field these boys and girls play on their work is cut out for them before each game. The 8 and 9 year olds are in ~n 6. Tuscawilla's two teams in the divisio~ are the W' Icats and the Timbers. Like the older division, these kids also play an ll-man field. As of Sanday, May 2 the Vrtldcats have a record d 2 wi~ and I loss. The Timbers have a standing of 3 wins, no losses and 1tie. The younger Division 7 are 6 and 7 years old. Because of the large registration turn-out two, teams had to be formed in this age group. Tu~awiIla Black Watch and the Black Hawks are the two teams representing the Tuscawilla Soccer Club in this division. Their records in the league as of Sunday May 2 are as follows, the Black Watch have director of 2 wins and I loss. The Black Hawks have 2 wins, no losses and 2 ties. There will be a meeting of h~ ~rm ~ ~an{y tnsl~-ct~ m. I~. I, Box 219 (:hades Town, WV 304-725-0915 TOM NEWCOMER EVERHART'S UPHOLSTERY POST OFFICE BOX 266 KEARNEYSVILLE, W. VA. 25430 CALL $044r/~dMe 9- SMOH FILL Herbert J. Everhart Custom Reupholstering Custom Made Furniture Any Sofa or two choirs $100 Labor OWNER Has A Wide Variety of DAY Potted F Iowers Hanging Baskets From to Be Sure and See our large assortment of Bedding Plants at $1.00 per Celpac We also have n complete line of Garden and Lawn seeds, plants, bulbs, fert/I/zers, pottlni/so/is, mulch and peat mm~ You are cordially invited to shop at your one stop shopping center. Rt. 51, Middlewoy, WV. lk Neen Charles Town & inwood. Phone 1/3041725.2709 Bill & Louise Orndoff, Owners the Tuscawllla Soccer Club tification for West Virginia today Thursday May l3 at 7 : 30 University, will be on the p.m. The meeting will be held in the Tuscawilla Office. We urge all parents of the players to attend. Prof. Mike Caruso To Be At Shepherd Profe.ssor Mike Caruso, teacher cer- Shepherd College campus on May 11 from 3 to 8 p.m. Mr. Caruso will be available to meet with teachers to ad- vise them on certification issues, renewal courses, and degree programs. To make an appointment with Mr. Caruso please call the WVU Graduate Center at 8-Page Due to arcumstances Beyond Our Control, the following Advertised items will not be Available At Peoples Drug Store, Hilldale Shopping Center Charles Town. W. Va. ITE M AD PRICE QT Suntan Lotion (4 Oz.) $ 2.8 8 CIE CONCENTRATED oz.) : 5.79 KODAMATIC 960 instant Camera 49.99 Finesse Conditioner (]] ca.) 1.69 Bottle of 100 HEALTH RITE Super Essentials 4.88 ALL AMERICAN Future Sweat Band for 1.99 ALL AMERICAN Knee Support i.: 3.49 CORTAID Hydrocortisone Ointment (,a 0x.) O.LORENS 1.79 Exercise Sandals 2.88 Cemetery Vase '. . 3.29 WE ARE SOnY FOR ANY INCONVENIEN THff AMY HAW CAUSED 0//R CUff0M S/ncerely HILLDALE SHOPPING CEHTER Charles Town, W.Va. 72$.9313