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12 SPIRIT Of JES0N Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 READ SPIRIT - ADVOCATE If You Prefer the Real Thing See ,o,., --- FOR EVERY PURPOSE We're real peo. r. ebio, ., . Rob T ,ga,,  Ccuar Netmen 'Lose 'May Events Listed could not get their ha,is .to Cougars ,their 4Jtird consecu- ring ou,t ,the added ,bae lmocks Live viotory with a win in the F h rt h ,they aeeded for nore. runs. long jump, ,his leap :being 20- TO North Hagerstown -or ...enan.oa BII They ,1tad only five hits as feet, 11 inches. Chm-lesCarey against 10 or the Academy of Jefferson finished second in V [[ v P v C[ lib tmtsmen. Five Cougffr ba'tsmen this even. The Jefferson High boy's ten .a..e, .on, ._ i,ller, wters, umaw, Keli- Twyman garce JeffersonLsee nis team dropped a match can and Starhper shaxe in the' end place in e high ju9. which was cut short by rain ,t total, and Jones finished third in ,the ",lt Thursday af.temoon, ay Criple jump. 2 ,to ,the NVuh Hagerstown Jefferson High en ,Mike Fox, o '.has ,Md. ,Hih etmen on,the Mary been turmrtg in some fine ex- ,landers' tome courts. hibi,tions in pole valuting, ,#on Only four singles matches Girl Softballers this event wtha leap of 11-had bee carnpleted when the feet 6 inches, rains came and after some de- In ,the ,track events, Waxm en lay to see df the rains would Get First Win gave Jefferson a hird in ,he stop, ,the ntch was terrnineted 120-yard high hurdles; Twynmn W]hen the match rminated The Jefferson Hgh girls soft finished second in the 100. North Hgerstown had won al,l haslers who dropped heirfirst yard sprin.t; and JOhn Dole- four singles matches. six games ,this season, broke man won the 440-yard dash. Frank Lusby had defeted in,to *he win column Monday Tom Coyle won the mile run Jefferson's Jimmy Peters by aternoon i, a hi,h-scord,ng for ,the Coagacs in 5:03:5 and 6-3 .and 6-2 scores; Bill A,bdul- 13-11 win aver ,the Willi.ans- the Jefferson 880-yard relay lab of Nor had defected Che port, Md. High girls on he ,te,am of Twyman, Feagans, rles Fellers of Jefferson 6-2 Jefferson Hdgh field. Busey and Carey .won this and 6-3; Tcn Dalton of North The Cour girls, who had eve ,in 1:35:1. ,had defeated Dale Sew of previously lost to artinsburg, Waxnan finished second in Jefferson 1-6, 6-3 and 6-1; and twice, Snithburg, Loudoun Cou t,he low hurdles ,and Coyle was Ralph Bottenus of No de- my wice and Clarke County, second in he 880-yard run; feated Tom Burke of Jeffersc came from be'ind in the fifth and DolPhin fi,nished second 6-2 and 6-0. frame wth eight ,big runs and in the 220.yard dash. h held on for the victory The Jeon Hile ry five Teams In Close The Cougars drotpedbehind team of Doleman, Feagans, by a 5-2 score in the first Waxman and Carey won his ,me, but ,then picked up cwo event. Race For Commercial runs in the fourth frame ,to close :the scoring gap ,to 6-4 and aey went .in fron in the Jefferson High Bowling 'League Lead fifth. H, amma.n and Milton work- Trackmen Defeat coc LEAGUE ed on he mound for the Cou- STANDING OF TEAMS Elle SemeneY and $rs. James Mr. and (Mrs. C. C. respectively, .the Three-Phase rencenly in Vien, fax Pony Club Shemndoah Valley Poy even?. __ Club May events, n additien | ,to the ay  Aul Horse W0men's ay i_ Show at Margans Grove Pk, &helerdstow'n, include ewe dressage meetings and one Observed Sunday games rally practice. "C" ciders will meet far Women's Day   dressage instron and est. Zion A. M. E. Ohu O ing on Monday, ay 13. "D" fields Sunday M St riders gathered for the same ing Worship at 11 ,type of meeting onday, day guest pastor, .the 6. S. Washington St-, Games rally practice, the 3vd ice at 3:00 p. m., o the season, wi,ll ,be held Men be rs. Cardoso day May 27, followed by a sire- by the t. Zim ilar practice on Monday, June Choir of Charles 3. At a 7:30 service Pony Club members held a will be ,Mrs. Bane, jumps-liting pay afar accompayed ,by school May 1 ,to prelra.re new Bl)tist Choir of jumps for ,.the ay lg. show. town. vc, u ,, DON'T H#V[ 3 BE m TI3 BE S] VLISH .gars girls. The Jefferson Girls Teams W.. L. ple's people Personal .had eight .hts to 15 for Will- Clarke County ,.rf,s si. 33 1, .. able to un. @ Mortgages iamspovt. , , Irvln's Tllettes 32 20 dersta,d real @ Automobile 00000u'ar Netters For e second time,this sea-llilldale Beauties 3, 20 Vacation son, he Jefferson High ,track Strider's Strikers 31 21 money needs. W/e're Othersl and field team rolled .to a rat- Smoot's Dividends 29 23  y[ro  2nd Motch her easy victory over - .the Halltown Dolls 26 26 here to help Clarke County High Eagles, of Moler's Sunoo 26 26 Berryville, Va., this time on Market Manor 22 30 and guide After rolling over six con- the losers home field. Ruby's Boppers 15 37 you person, secutive opponents wthout a Coach Wayne Whitmore's Van Tol's Girls 14 38 to-person, setback, the Jefferson High Cougar's won 11 of .the 16 --0- girls' .tennis .team dropped evems to edge ,t,he Eagles by The bttle for .the lead in ,their second match in a row n 86-50 score. ,the Jefferson County Comaner. Tuesday, April 30, at Chambers The Eagles won ,the 'long cil 'Bewing League has really burg, Pa., by a 5-2 score, in jump to get started off in fine developed into a five-way race, Chambersburg. ,style, but then v, ictories came wRh only four points separat- ,. Head Coach Pat Dickens said few and far between for them. ing ,the fif, th eam from the ,top she and the team had an,ticipat The Cougars also received a team, the Turf uMotei Sleepers. .... ed a tough match against ,the very pleasant surprise when Irvin's Tilettes moved to Pennsylvnians and i,t was just Johnny Doleman, who has been within one point of the leaders that. The Cougar lost all five their star quarter.miler, ran in Wednesday, April 24, in aotion o ftheir single matches, 'but the 220-yard dash and won 'e at Pikeside bowl by scoring a fired much beter in the dou- event, caveririg *he distance in 4-0 victory while the Sleepers ,bles, winning boh of ,them. 22.8, which was a new Jeffer- were dropping a 3-1 match. Fashion is for those who care enough The ,team of Pam Pierce and son High record for the 220- Strider's Strikers also moved to wear the very finest in fabrics and Matha Hayes defeated E]liott yard dash. The record was pre up in .the race ,by soring a 4-0 and Hamelsine 6-2 .and 6-3; viously 23.5 and it was *set .by victory, while the Hilldsle ea design, and for those who have a flair and Kitty Thornton and Bonnie Randy Scott in 1973. Scot ,has mies lost ground by splitting for life regardless of dimension. See our Randolph defeaCed Lesher and been out of .action in ,track ,this their match 2-2. suits and sports coats designed to give RobinsOn 7-6 and 6-1. season as a result of an early Irvin's rolled the ,lop team season injury, set score of e day, a 1989, you "The Look of Distinction" in size The resuRs of .the singles mtches. Pam Pierce lost to The Cougars ,had two boys -- wle ,Molers were second with to 60. Burns 6-1 and 6-0; Martha Hay Manny Twyman and Mike r 1895 and 8moot's .third wRh es lost ,to Sivnpson, 6-1 'and 6-1; eyfi'ished i.n a .tie for fi.rt 1885. & Trudy Anders lost to Wishard, place in .the 100-yard dash as Barbara Cape had the high 6-2 and 6-2; Betsy Barker ,lost .they were both clocked in 10.3 ,individual set" score, a 568, to Stambaugh, 6-4 and 6-1; seconds. .while ary Brackett as sec.  In ,the Discuss it was Dennis end ,with 527, Charlotte Essw- ,Nichols lost to Kaufman 6-4 Johnson, first for lhe Cougars ein third w 511 and Carole and 7-5. wVvh a toss of 134 feet 1 inch- SmaUwood fourth with 505. es; Steve McDonnough of ,the DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER, V.t. Jeffers'0n High Cougars, second wi,th a ,oss of Pentagon opposes bill curb- See For Yourself How Cooperative Nice People Can Be 122 feet and two inches and ing surveillance. Trackmen Win Arthur Stewart of the Cougars third with a toss of 113 feet one inch. Johnson and ,McDon  In S 00mp; Triangular Meet * finished one<we in SPECIAL PRICES in this .d effective |1 1 , C0unar 00atsmen .,,,.Rm;" ,o break ,the game wide open, .he shotput, with tosses of 47 today thru Saturday, May 1, 1974or In and all ls appened after feet and four inches and 45 while quantities last. Rights reserved Cdree ,bataers were downed. The Jefferson High rack feet, one inch respectively, to imit quantities. Lose To Brunswick Valley The,bases were empty and Jeff MikeFox, who hadbeenone FISHING , un Mumaw .had a Brunswick bt. and field ,team, one of e best in .the seotion and state, finish- of the most consistent winners ter faaned for ,the .third out. ed ,hird in a $ield of ,tlree for ,the Cougars, his season, The Jefferson H,h baseball fielder's choice and a saeri,ice But Cougar catcher ,let ,the Wednesday ateoon, May, won the pole va,lut ever: again TACKLE ers who won eight consecuive fly. ball get by him and .me Bruns .a.t Loudoun Valley High .in with a jump of 12 eet one games, before .losing, ,rerrmied Jefferson came back ,in e wck strikeout ,became a base Purcellville, Va. inch. [ m ,a pRchirg and hil:ing slump third tra,me cto knot .tihe. count runner i,nstead. It was the sixth win for the Tryone Ott won the high last week, and as a resu,,t drop t 1-1; when Am,hony Allen When Mumaw :lefit .the xnound Cougar thinclads ,this season hurdles for the Cougars ,in 17.4 CHARGE ITI " MASTER CHAR ped two more gmes and now led off with a walk, was saeri. t the bottom of ,he ,third against ,tree defeats, seconds and Waxman of the BANKAMERIC stand t 10-7 on t,he season, riced ,to second, went ,to 'lLird frame, he had give up nine CoaCh Wayne WhRmore's Couga,rs finished second. CENTRAL CH, The proteges of Coach John on a passed ball and scored on ,hits and nine ,runs. Cotgars rolled up a oal of 67 2he Cougars also won both Lowery ,have now dropped spy n infield error. ARthony Allen vel.ieVed d- points .to 56 for Loudoun Cou..t.he )-yard and mile relays, en of their last nine games. Jefferson took a 3-1 lead in maw in the third frame and nty and 47 for Loudoun Valley. with Charlie Carey, Mike Bs- The Cougars dropped their the ou.rth frame when Pa.t went ,the rest of he way, giv- The Couga,rs captured ei,g4t ey, I)av,id Feagans and Marmy sixth game of o season, Wed- Muhoney walked, ,Bill WaRers ing up six hits ad Chree runs. of .the 16 events nd 'they scar. Twyman covering ,the 880-yard nesday, May 2, 'i,n Purcel.lville, ,tripled ,to score him ad *hen Je.fferson managed o score ed points in every event ex. distance in 1.35.8 and Carey, Va., by a close 4-3 score ,to ,the later scored on  long sacrifice one run in ,the bird, one in cept :fhe twomfile .run. Waxman, Dolenan and Feag-  Loudotm Valley Hgh Vikings. fly. ,the fourth, two in the sixth The Cour fieldmen ,at Jef ans, won .l.he mile relay in 3:38. \\; [ While *he Cougars got some And Wi}hide, who had li,mi.t- and two 4n he seventh, ferson off ,o a fine start ,by Twyman of the Cougars and  r f.i.ne pitebi, ng from heir ace ed the V41dngs ,to just five Brunswick, ottthi.t Jefferson scoring victories in .the shpu.t Giltison of Clarke Coumy fin- solahomore, Ha,old Wilhide, hRsinthe game, ranitosovae 15-7. Jeff Shumaker had .vo discuss, long jump and pole ihed i a,tie for second Placehis one by Allen AIiller end D j.I rs0n Hi h % ': "who has been..the only Coga, r ,trouble .in the sixth and lost of She Jefferson h i. vault. ' .in the high jump, with John. hurler, who ;has been able .to the bag game. The Vikings g_ Big :Steve ,McDonough won son of Clarke Coumy e winn- lO. " BERKLEY win a'ece.tly, lack of ,tting scored ,three times on a pair of Jeff ,he shotput vi.th a .toss of 49 er. SPIN CASTING REEL  SPINNING ROD & REEL by the Cougars cost ,him a vic- singles, a walk and ,a couple of e feet 2 incheS, with Dermis Tim Tomblin won the 880- IPPER .tory. They managed oniy ewe errors, e 2 1 5" Jahnson of Jefferson md Art- yard race and the mile run for * ThursdaRennheCu" D | Bow finishing second and Charl, ie CarRy also won ,the the other ,by Pat /IMloney. gars treled to Brtmswick, 0 m n i hur Stewart also of :he Cou- Clarke County. 39 Errors phyed a key vole in Md far a battle wRh e Rail ,third. triple jump for Jefferson ith f. RI m [-7' fit- . Johnson came ,igM ,back ,to aleap of 39 feet 3 inches and Corn#eL. wffh line. , .\\; b",t Amerk='s   Co.g0000 0 ercers rg n  @lscuss with a throw John Doleman won the 440- dne of e four Vildng rtms by a 12-6 score. . . as erned, the others coming Brtmswick broke imo e  , . as the rester of errors, scorSng wRh three runs .in he The Jefferson High ,basel.l of 132-feet and 3 inches, yard dash in 52 seconds flat. MODEL No. 125 .--, '. trer$. MODEL No. 417 Loudoun Vatley jumped out first frame. Then ,in ,the see- ers experienced one bad inn.   .,..a,- :  ,to a l-Oleadinthe second ond,me the ilroaders'ingS&turdayatevnoan=IMer, b= AUHT HELLIE'S ,Imr2 !rmenabase'hR'nerror'apushedversixmarebigrunSenughtgweeMerces"  W i:* ******"****:*':" bUrgsend AcademYthe Cougarsa 5-2 victorydownendto / : ""  " " ,' LIVE & SEAFOOD .00heir00thdefe00tf*he--nagainst 10,ictories. PASTRY SHOP " LEETOWN GROCERY ,the Acadomy boys  e mp FRESH PASTRIES w" AKING' .... GARCl k of the second frame when Bill [: SPIN CAST REEL ' , G > Walers singled, Jeff 'Munaw  OO SPINNINI :, II    x '7" :' (4 Doors West of Fish Hatchery) walked and Rick Kelcan stag- I [ " aiV-4 L'- 1 3 led ,to score'WaSters. I Your dce d Zd, Wi st , I.ilma4[--  .  il , But ,n he boCtom of  ec C A l E S (for all occasions} , ,-, - .-... ,, I ,,t b. o.,.   . ,.r "')1-.- * -" .',",:, Live Lobsters. Lobster Tails. Oysters od Pat Mahoney gave tip six > hRs and five runs nd tha was ] Yds- HI' I1 lest  "" J , " "2  " L. mes  _ * enough for Mereersburg to  d C ki l C di .' .... :- , ROCK- Tlt- SCALLOPS ,ld onto gain,the viotory, ema e go es an es [III!!:I:ii:ii;::*::::iFIN:TACXL|AYA|LASATTH.K:i$Fl."- " The Cougaxs placed anathar .. ........................... ,.- ................................................. : ...................... .. .................. " Sped Baked Bread & Pies Peoples Drug Store . ,uo = o, flesh .. (All Other kv,-ble es a ..l,o ,.lip,, Doey, a o. gle by Allen Ml,ler and a single Our Fish Slept In The Bay Last Night y Jon liper. And *his campletedin the ,game.the Cougar scoring FOR NES Hilldale a,, pp, 1; ' o--'n" Center After ,the ky a,nd rou - L[ff0MI GROCERY Carl 725-7501 ] : 725-4567 sixth frame when he was xe- Charles Town Dial'rz00 ) :lieved by Bucky 'Braetley .who =' | t OPEN 7 DAh[S PER WEEK sot e Pennsylvaniens dow Hours: 6.2 Man. thru Fri. -- 6-12 Sat. i , in @,e last two frames wiout :" (4 Doom West of Fish I-htchery) a un. 205 E. Liberty St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. o ._-- : ::-  The Ougrs umed i a . !1  *