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May 26, 1966

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is education. A, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE or ~irl must first be a good [THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 student to become a good, or! great athlete, the speakerconclud the presentations to the basket-following senior members of MECHI On This Day, As We // Pause in Silent Memory. Ferry ttigh school athletes participated in the various phases of the schools athletic program may have thought their hour of glory would never come, it did Tuesday night at the school's sec- ond annual "All Sports" award banquet held in the high school cafeteria and auditorium. There was food for the body in the roast beef dinner, and food for the mind in the words of rec- ognition and praise bestowed up- on the athletes by the coaches and Earle Lightner, the speaker ~or the banquet program. Of the half dozen special awards presented the two top ones went to senior Granville Longerbeam md senior Gary tIall. It was the msung hero award which went ~.o Longerbeam, while Hall was .rot:ed by his fellow teammates as the outstanding senior athlete. Longerbeam, a three-year letter- man, and co-captain of the base- ball team this past season, was aamed to the first All-Bi-Statei gonference football team and was also outstanding in basketball. .~ who has been rated by many :~:: ~s the most outstanding little :~' dhlete ever to come out of IIarp- Free Demonstration team in football team. He lettered in basketball and track this past season, ttall was also selected by his teammates as the most valu- able player on the Harpers Ferry football team last season and also the track team, with Steve De Angelo, being named to the same honor by members of the baseball team. Bruce Davidson was named by his teammates as the most valuable player on the 1965-66 Harpers Ferry basketball team. Mrs. Judy Mattera, faculty ad- visor to the cheerleaders, paid the tribute to the five regular mem- bers of the cheerleading squad, and one alternate. They were: Jennifer Gray, Carolyn Iden Don- na Tiede, Susan Mentzer and Jane Allen, the regulars and Julia Myers, the alternate. She also expressed appreciation to Katy Wilt for her efforts until she THE ONCE-IN-A-YEAR SALE WITH ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME-VALUES! 2-Pc. SOFA BED SUITES Sofa Opens into Comfortable Bed Bedding Compartment in Base Super - Soft Vinyl Cover @Choice of Colors @Foam Cushioned Seats Beautifully Styled & Tailored COMPARE AT $250.00 4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITES Solid ttard Rock Maple 6-Drawer Double Dresser Large 4-Drawer Chest Authentic Colonial Oxbow Bed Framed Shadow Box Mirror Kincaid Authentic Colonial resigned from the squad because of other pressing duties. Mrs. ALUMINUM FOLDING COTS SALE Mattera also paid a special tribute Complete with Mattress ..... t .................... PRICE to Mrs. Ernest Tiede for her mat- erial and advisory contributions PLASTIC PLATFORM ROCKERS F $, to the cheerleading squad. U Your Choice of Colors ..................................R Another highlight of the dinner program was an interesting, and enlightening ,talk by Earle IAght- ner of Martinsburg, a veteran sports official, who spoke on "The Meaning of Sports and the Values to participants, their families and 4-PIECE PATIO SETS SALE Settee, Two Chairs, Matching Hostess Cart ........ PRICE 5-1)IECE DINETTE SETS SALE Table and 4 Matching Chairs .................... PRICE Mr, and !~ent tt~e w and ( ttam ~ad Mr. and h'vin Miss W (~ l'e EASY Viand, CREDIT ~Ve are v TERMS the obsem Missc !i!