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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY l !, 1978 Shepherd Women's Softball Coach Pleased With Results SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. Va. -- "I'm pleased with the team results for the first year," Coach Sherry Brown of the Shepherd College Women's Softball Team said. "We had a 9-8 record overall and 5-4 record in the conference. In the WVIAA Tournament we placed 4th, 3rd in small colleges. Also we came in second in the D. C. Metro Invitational Tournament with three girls named to the All- Tourney Team and one receiving honorable mention." Leading the team with .380 batting averages were pitcher Donna Miller, Berkeley Springs and Cheryl Roberts, Shepherd- Stown. Rightfielder Cindy Stewart, Emmittsburg, Md., lead the team with 19 RBI's and 26 stolen bases. First baseman Carol Taylor, Cross Junction, Va., lead the team with two home runs. She's the only player who will be graduating. Coach Brown commented, "We'll miss Carol, She's a great asset to the team, not only for her outstanding defensive play but for her leadership." Coach Brown continued, "In my opinion, our best all-around player was shortstop Susie Stocker, Martinsburg. She was a great asset to the team both offensively with a .350 batting average and defensively." Leading pitcher for the team was Trish Eghers, Falls Church Va. She pitched 58 innings, had 25 strike outs and a 3.50 Earned Run Average. Looking toward next season, Coach Brown said, "We need to work on our pitching. We walked too many players this season. I think our record will definitely improve next year as we will have the entire team back ex- cept for Carol Taylor so everyone will have a year's experience behind them." Junior High Girls Record " Another Win The Charles Town Junior High girls track team kept its perfect record (6-0) intact by outscoring Harpers Ferry, 70-31, in a dual meet on May 3 at Harpers Ferry. Sawyer and Shaffer, of Har- pers Ferry, put the home team out in front early in the meet by winning the shot 'and discus respectively. However, Charles Town's girls rolled in the high jump and all but one of the running events to overtake their opponents. Hutzler, of Charles Town, won the high jump with a leap of four feet, two inches and then came back to win the 100-yard dash in 12.5 seconds. Oliver and Evans, of Charles Town, won the 440-yard dash and the 880-yard run respectively with times of 1:11.2 and 2:51 respectively. * i The 880-relay team of Johnson, i Mouton, Virginia and Veronica i McDonald, won in a time of[ 2:04.2, while the shuttle relay,I team of Flowers, Propps,! Whitacre and Craig won in a time of 49.4 seconds. In the 220-yard dash, Virginia McDonald won in a time of 31.6 seconds and the 880-relay team and 440-relay team took vic- tories with respective times of 2:19.6 and 59.7 secdnds. The 880 team is composed of Higgs, Craig, Cooper and Ed- wards and the 440-relay team is comprised of Mouton, Johnson Virginia and Veronica Mc- Doanld. Other winners for Harpers Ferry included Palmer, who won the long jump with a distance of 13 feet, 7 inches, and Philyaw, who won the 70-yard low hurdles in a time of 11.1 seconds. 24-2 Cougars Front Page I1 "Togetherness is another of my focal points. Any organization must have a deep feeling for its [ i ii i Jr. Boy Netters Blank Highland The Jefferson Junior boys tennis team swept all of the singles and doubles matches to blank visiting Highland School by the score of 9-0, on May 2. Eleven different boys saw action in the match as the team raised its record to 6-1. In the singles play David Ramsburg stopped Turner, 8-4; Monte Keiter downed Dearborn 8-1; Craig. Kershner defeated Trumbo 8-3; Mike Smith won over Hellems 8-1; Kerry Fries topped Tydings 8-1; and David McDaniel defeated Tiffany 8-3. In the doubles action Ramsburg teamed with Kelly Colbert to down Turner-Dearborn 8-1 Rodd Ramey-Kenny Cameron won over Trumbo-Hellems 8-3; and Kenneth Tyler-Scott Kelican defeated Tydings-Tiffany 8-3. The boys' team will begin a three match road trip on May 11, when they visit St. James for a 4 p.m. match. Then oh May 13, the junior boys will journey into Virginia to tangle with the only team to beat them thus far, Massanutten Academy in a match slated to begin at I p.m. On May 16, tle boys will play the Loudoun Day School in a match scheduled for the Loudoun In- door Tennis Center beginning at 5 p.m. members, and the members of the organization must have a deep feeling for each other. Successes and failures must be shared. Goals must be set, and efforts made to achieve these goals must be joint." Of the demanding schedule, which includes, numerous games on Friday evening, Saturday and almost daily during Spring Break, so the players don't often miss class, Lowery says, "The boys enjoy the number of games; they're competitive. The game means something to them and they know what's needed to keep us going." It is the stuff of which legends are made, and young players are Ten n is Strokes From Page !1 neysville, not only taught his entire family how to play tennis very well, but is also playing a major role in teaching a number of people in this area. Some of the women in our league taking lessons from Mr. Hamstead are or have been Judy Phalen, Lana Schultz, Jean Doyle and Dottle Gillwald. Scottie Marcus is taking lessons for the first time. In our league, Mr. Hamstead's prime and purest example of what lessons and determination can do for a person, is Toni Erchak. She has taken lessons consistently for two years, and the results are very evident in every aspect of her game. Kudos to Mr. Ham- stead and his students, especially Toni! SINGLES Dottie Gillwald outscored Barbara Hall, 8-6; Barbara Strader bested Wanda Perry, 8- 4; Gall Price won by forfeit over Barb Banner; Betty Hodgson outstroked Lynn Umscheid, 8-2; Carol Kable won over Pat Meehan, 8-3; Barb Ramey bested Pearl Perkins, 8-3; Clissy Funkhouser over Lucy Athey, 8- 2; Marcia Mayberry over Marge Fargo, 8-3; Pat Dopson over Pearl Perkins, 8-3; Elaine Begeman over Betty Dickey, 8- 3; Patsy Noland edged Betty Dickey, 8-6. DOUBLES Nancy Pritchard-Gail Smallwood squeaked by Nancy Roth-Jean Doyle, 9-7; Pat Dopsen-Barb Benner outscored Grace Vitez-Dot Caperton, 8-2; Biddy Smoot-Betty Dickey edged Nancy Roth-Jean Doyle, 9-7; Pat Meehan-Barb Psillas over Nancy Pritchard-Gail Smallwood, 8-4; Barb Strader- Lynn Umscheid over Pearl Perkins-Eleanor Manzuk, 8-4. VVVVVVVvv V V VVv vvvv    SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 ATTENDS CONVENTION The Rev. and Mrs. David Wood, Mrs. Philip Creamer of Locust Grove, her son John Philip and her daughter, Miss Julie Creamer, spent the weekend in Fairmont, W. Va., having gone there to attend the i01st annual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, held at the National Guard Armory there. Mrs. Creamer attended as a delegate from the Church of the Holy Spirit while her son represented the young people of the church and her daughter the young people of the Convocation, of which group she is president. reached the final round of state competition, and this year's squad holds several individual school records. Preparing for the sectional tournament with dreams of winning it all this year, Lowery recalls his pre-season ap- prehension that, with pitchers returning who copped 22 of 24 victories last season, "the kids would think they could mop up ea  their opponents this y r. Rest assured, Coach Lowery, the worst of your fears -- and the best of your hopes -- may soon mature,d,,'rwice his teams have be accomplished. $1]FII00IIAUL I00,IIIFI$00. [Ol00 $1PEClAll_/00i{)/&l S..00Y "ILove You, Mother" With A Gift from Scott & White We Have A Wide selection of famous Cologne lines and brand name cosmetics All At Discount Prices. We Also have beautiful and full-range of gift items such as Hud Vases, Salt and Pep- per Shakers, Candy Dishes and many fine other items all at reasonable, affordable prices to fit your budget. Also see our line of mu=v / =mA,,v Mother's Day Cards SCOTT, WHITE Charles Town Pharmacy ,YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Washington St,. Charles Town, W.Va. NEWLY REMODELED Mrs. Reuben Poston of Charles Town and her niece, Mrs.' Ruby Ridgeway, of Mid- dleburg, Vs., were lunch guests on Friday at the home of the former's sister-in-law and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers and Mr. Skinner Poston. On Saturday evening, Miss Frances Coleman was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fellers and Mr. Poston. ECW MEETING The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met with Mrs. Clayton Stagner and Mrs. Stuart Crim at Monte View on Tuesday, with six members and the Rev. David Wood present. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with devotions led by the Rev. Mr. Wood. At their conclusion, he led the discussion of the resolutions submitted at the 101st con- vention in Fafrmont in order that the group could advise their delegate, Mrs. Philip Creamer, as to what stand to take on the issues. Following this discussion, the roll was called, the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were resolved and several communications were read and discussed after which the meeting was adjourned. During the social hour refresh- ments were served. Visitors during the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, were Mrs. Douglas Harrison, Mrs. Walter Judy, both of Tuscawilla Hills; Mrs. Carol McBride of Inwood; Mrs. Randy Funkhouser of Charles Town; Mrs. Richard Shirley and daughter, Mrs. Ron Shade and Chad of Middleway; Mrs. Michael DeIColle and Mrs. David Wood. Mrs. Rudolph continues to improve but is still confined to bed for the greater part of the day, so each day one of her friends comes to her home to take care of her household  duties and prepare meals, which is truly an act of friendship. UNITED METHODIST WOMEN MEET The U.M. Women met on Wednesday of last week at the home of Mrs. Jerry Beydler near Berryville, Va. The group is studying Women of the Bible and after the meeting had been called to order, Mrs. Beydler presented the evening's devotions and the lesson which was entitled "Women's Place in the Church." A business meeting followed during which several items of business were discussed and plans were made to serve dinner to the South Jefferson Ruritan Club at their June meeting. Following ad- journemnt a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and her daughter were visitors Saturday at the home of her son and: daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and daughter at their home in Leesburg, Va. On Sunday, the younger Cheshire's visited with the former's parents, having come here to attend a dedication service at the Baptist Church at which several altar pieces given in memory of the younger Cheshire's father, Mr. Andrew Longerbeam, were dedicated. Mark Rudolph, in company with Vic and Sam Hart, of Shepherdstown, motored to Washington, D.C., on Sunday to attend the basketball game between the Washington Bullets and the Philadelphia 76'ers which was played Sunday at the Capital Center. Mrs. Dorothy Anders of Charles Town, was a dinner guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and family. WMS MEETING The Baptist Women's Missionary Society met at the church on Thursday with six members present. The evening's Call to Prayer and Devotions were led by Mrs. Francis Pifer after the lesson, "Making the' Gospel True in Indonesia" was presented by Mrs. Goldie Turner. During the business meeting, plans were discussed for the special services to be held at the church beginning at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 14, and conclude with a service on Wednesday evening. Speaking at these services and at other services throughout the area will be two foreign missionaries, two home missionaries and a member of the state personnel, Dr. Frank Boyd, all associated with the World Missions Conference. Miss Marian Phillips of Engu, Nigeria, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire during her stay here and on Monday will be honored at a luncheon given by the WMS. The services each evening will feature a different speaker and will be preceded by a mission study entitled, "No Harp in the Willows". The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr and sons of the Leetown Road, were visitors Saturday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. W. J. Furr. Also visiting with Mrs. Furr on Sunday, were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman and son of Leetown. Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, Md., was a guest over the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. The Rev. Charles Frum returned to his home Sunday from the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md., where he underwent open heart surgery ten days ago. His condition is reported to be excellent but it will be some time before he can PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 13th day of April, 1978. CASE NO. 9208 THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY, a corporation. Application for authority*to surcharge customers for recovery of additional costs of emergency energy purchases. WHEREAS, on January 28, 1978, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, filed an application containing Original Sheet No. 7-2, issued January 26, 1978, effective January 1978, to its tariff P.S.C.W. Va. No. 1, stating a temporary surcharge of 0.2 cents per kilowatt-hour on all kilowatt-hours billed, under Schedules "R", "R-A"[ "C", "C- A", "PL", "PH", "PP", "W", "OL", "AL", "MSL", and "SL" to permit the recovery of excess fuel and energy costs incurred and to be incurred as a result of the energy con- ditions created by the current fuel shortages, as are more particularly described in said application; and WHEREAS, by order entered herein on February 24, 1978, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, was made respondent to this proceeding and this matter was set for hearing to be held on April ! 9, 1978; and WHEREAS, the respondent requests that the proceeding be continued to a date later to be fixed by the Commission, and good reasons appear therefor. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that the hearing scheduled for April 19, 1978, be, and it hereby is, cancelled and that this matter be reset for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 25th day of May, 1978, at 9:30 a.m., EDT, at which time and place the respondent shall appear and offer evidence in support of the aforesaid application and revised tariff filing. Leave is hereby granted to anyone interested to file objection to said application and revised tariff filing at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, give notice of the filing of its aforesaid application and revised tariff sheet and of the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing a copy of this order once a week for two (2) successive weeks, the first publication to be made not more than thirty (30) days nor less than fifteen (15) days prior to the 25th day of May, 1978, in a newspaper published and of general circulation in each of the counties of Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral and Morgan, making due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Secretary jf the Commission be, and he hereby is, directed to serve a copy of this order upon the respondent, The Potomac Edison Com- pany, a corporation, by United States Certified Mail, return receipt requested. ,\\; Copy. Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary May 4-2t resume his clerical duties. During the month of May, services at the U.M. Church will be conducted by the Rev. Harold Elam, a retired minister from Berryville, Va. Miss Deanna Spunich of Kabletown, spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and family. Mr. Clay Stamey motored to Harrisonburg, Vs., on Sunday to bring home several young people from the Church at Middleway who had spent the weekend attending a Retreat held at "The Farm", home of the Rev. Bruce Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John Magaha and children were visitors Sunday at Champaign, home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Magaha and family, o The U.M. Church will sponsor a skating party at the roller rink near Berryville on Tuesday, May 16. The public is invited. KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 t ,-- ,%%-cc--c. Mrs. Max "Alyce Ane" Moore, Shepherdstown, was feted at a stork shower on Sat., April 29, in the social hall of the Grace United Church of Christ, Kearneysville, given by Cheryl Lawrence and Mrs. Rosella Heinz. Yellow and green were the dominant colors used throughout. The guest of honor was seated in a yellow chair trimmed in green and yellow. The many useful gifts were displayed in a playpen, also a gift, with a baby mobile hanging overhead made by Cheryl, who used a baby bottle, bib, safety pins, soap and a pacifier. Games were played and prizes awarded, and each guest present filled out a paper, giving baby names, weight and helpful hints which were given to the mother- to-be. The refreshment table was centered with a fresh flower arrangement of forsythia, tulips and jonquils, and unique candle holders featur-d booties from a sweater set, a gift from her aunt Rosella. Served were nuts, mints, cookies, chips, pretzels, cheese and crackers and the cake, decorated and trimmed with baby shoes, baked by Martha Skinner, was served by Angle Russell, sister-in-law. The punch was poured by Mrs. Margie Johnson. Attending were great- grandmothers to be, Mrs. Irene Moore and Mrs. Veda Basore, grandmothers-to-be, Mrs. Margaret' Moore and Mrs. Ozalene Russell, Anne Starkey, Emma Mae Locke, Shirley Wiltshire, Sharon Weese, Rosalie Myers, Arvella Barr, Linda Shock, Sandy Goodrich Lorean Freeland, Patricia Sturges, Eva Startipher, Margaret Housden, Yvonne Miles, Katherine Messner Linda Carter, Angie Russell. Diane Russell, Brian and Nenna Josephine Ladd, Virgini Porterfield, Cynthia Russell, Susan Snyder and the proud father-to-be. Unable to attend but sending Skinner, Byers, Wright, Colebank, Shriver, Shsr Pendleton, Frye, Robert Bey Basore. A saw that's equally at home in the yard' on in the forest. 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