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1 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1978 1978 Shepherdstown Boys Track Team.. County Champs COUNTY CHAMPIONS Shepherdstown Jr. High track squad members include, bottom row, left to right -- Head Coach Gregg Morgan, Steve Weigel, Tommy Diehl, Bobby Lebida, Ross Wilmore, Billy Fritts, John Hooper; second row -- George Miller, A. J. Shiben, Gary Grantham, Andrew Banks, Joe Burwell, Ronnie Brown; third row -- Joey Kessel, Chip Daniels, Robert Buracker, Jimmy Read, Bret Wilmore, Mike Trail; fourth row -- Vic Winston, Assistant Coaches Debbie Yeater and Bob Kamar. . Shepherdst0wn Sweeps 3rd County Track Meet Shepherdstown boys captured I (Benner, Willis, Mayberry, rdne of 16 events at the Jef-] lvyman); 440-yard relay (48.1) ferson County Jr. High Track I -- Shepherdstown (Diehl, Meet held Tuesday, May 23, for I Banks, Lebida, Weigle), Charles its third consecutive county lTow n (Jones, Carley, Ban- championship. I joman, Rutherford) Led by Bobby Lebida, who I Gregg Morgan is head coach won the broad jump and 120- I of the Shepherdstown team, and yard low hurdles and par-I Debbie Yeater and Bob Kamar ticipated in victorious 440 and I are assistants. Keith Dubois is 880-yard relay teams, and [ head coach at Charles Town, and Robert Buracker, victor in the I Ray Zollner is assistant. At pole vault and member ofl Harpers Ferry Roger Edge is successful 440, 880 and mile head coachandjTereseManjone relay squads, Shepherdstown is assistant (68) outpointed Charles Town (651/z) and Harpers Ferry (30z). Six county records were broken at the meet. New marks were established by Buracker, pole vaule; Lebida, long jump; 880-yard relay, Shepherdstown; Buracker, 440-yard dash: mile relay, Shepherdstown; and 440- yard relay, Shepherdstown. Results of the meet are as follows: Shot put (33' 11") -- D. Dunn (HF), G. Chrisman (CT), G. Carley iCT), J. Kessel (S): Discus (105' 5") --T. Boyle (S); Pole Value (10' 3") -- R. Buracker (S), R. Wood (CT), P. Shelton (S), J. Meriman (CT); high jump (5' 3") -- E. Lan- caster (HF), T. Diehl (S), W. Smith (CT), S. Weigle (S); long jump (19' 4") -- B. Lebida (S), B. Grove (HF), T. Diehl (S), G. Carley (CT): 70-yard high hurdles (10.4) -- B Mayberry (CT), M. Orlando iCT) and S. Rinker, tie, and P. Shelton (S). 100-yard dash (11.0) -- C. "Rutherford (CT). B. Grove (HF), S. Weigle (St A. Banks (S) ; Mile run (5:03.2) -- M. Hill (CT), A. Togans (CT). R. Wilmore (S). K. Hosby (CT); 880-yard relay (1:40.5) -- Shepherdstown (Buracker, Lebida, Weigle, Winston); Shuttle hurdle relay (39.9) -- Charles Town (Jones, Bailey, Hester, Mayberry), Shepherd- stown (Diehl, Shiven. Sheltnn, Miller): 440-yard dash (55.4) -- R. Buracker (S), R. Willis (CT), W. Fritts (S). E. Hester (CT); 120-yard low hurdles (15.4) -- B. Lebida (S), B. Jones (CT), Bailey (CT), G. Miller (S); 880- yard run (2:15.2) V. Winston (S), E. Benner (CT), C. Sullivan (HF), B. Johnson (HF); 220- yard dash (24.7) -- B. Grove (HF), W. Smith (CT), C. Rutherford (CT), C. Ott (HF); Mile relay (3:51.0) -- Shepherds town (Winston. Bayle, Fritts, Buracker), Charles Town I I Kable Oil Golf Classic Pits Uons Against Kiwanis The annual Kable Oil Com- pany's Golf Classic, which pits [nembers of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club against the Charles Town Lions is set for Tuesday evening, June 6, at the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club, and it is shaping up as one of the best ever staged. This year, to prevent the match from ending in a deadlock, as has been the case in the past, the following ground rules .have been agreed to by beth clubs: There will be a minimum of five teams scheduled with no maximum limit and any team not completed will forfeit its match: the latest starting time for a team will be 5:30 p.m., there will be no limit on alter- hates; full teams only will be permitted to participate; and play will be match play with one point for low ball and one point for low total per hole. The highest total points per team won on points in the team match. All players on both teams must be paid up members of the respective clubs. And in case of a tie betwen the two clubs, the best low score teams will play each other in a "sudden death" starting on the No. 1 hole. COUGARS From Page 13 batted in for ll' rseason. Mendez stroked a line-drive double to center field, scoring both runners and ending the Cougar's chances for a state scholastic baseball cham- pionship. MEN'S GOLF COSTY CARAS The team of Ray Doyle, Tommy Rawlings, Oscar Wilt and Fran Catozella posted net rounds of 32-32-64 for a one stroke victory in the Memorial Day Florida Scramble at Sleepy Hollow last Sunday. Tied for second place were the hopefuls of Gene Crum, Woody Woodford Larry Wenner and' Margie Brown, and Steve Roth, Vin Catozella, Bill Kave and Margie Grove at 65. A field of twenty-one teams were entered for the holiday festival, and a tribute to tour- uament chairman Marty Black- ford who paired the opponents to the tightest finish ever recorded at the local liks. Twenty of the teams turned in cards under par 70 and one team finished at par. Tied for third place in the scramble were the foursomes of Earl Allara, Bill Grove, Ray Blackford, Betty Davis, and Charlie Slusher, Alan Blackford, Ed Gano, Jack Bolen with 66. Keith Kave, Ed McDonald, Lou Nutzman, and Ann Groves were next in line with 32-35.67. Complete scramble scores are: Ray Doyle, Oscar Wilt, Tommy Rawlings, Fran Catozello, 32-32-64; Steve Roth, Vin Catozello, Bill Kave, Margie Grove, 32-33-65; Gone Crum, Woody Woodford, Larry Wen- ner, Margie Brown, 32-33-65; Earl Allara, Bill Grove, Ray Blackford,  Betty Davis, 34-32-66; Charlie Slusher, Alan Blackford Ed Gano, Jack Bolen, 34-32-66; Marty Blackford, Raughn Russell, Bo Blackford, Bill Lanham, 34-35-69; Tom Bowers Costy Caras, Steve r Anderson Norma Marsh, 34-36-70. Keith Kave, Ed McDonald LOu Nutzman, Ann Groves, 32- 35-67; Jim Clinton, Ken I I May 29, 1978 NOTICE OF SUBDIVISION REVIEW Please take notice that the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at their next regular meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 13," 1978, at 7:30 P.M. in the offices of the Jefferson County Planning Commission in the City of Charles Town, West Virginia, will consider and review the pre-application information and the impact on the community of the following proposed projects: Type of Name of Title of Subdivision Subdivider Plat Location Size Type II H & M Con- Leisure Approximately 41/2 miles north of 41 Lots struction Co., Acres Shepherdstown at the intersection Inc., Norman of Routes 1 and 2 about one 171 Acres Mumaw, Pres. mile east of Scrabble Type II Mrs. Rebecca Van Metre 21/4 miles north of Shepherdstown 31 Lots Van Metre on the eastern side of Route 7, approximately % miles north of 97.5 Acres junction with Route 5 Type Ill Jefferson Jefferson 11/2 miles east of Charles Town 50 Apartment Planned Associates Estates, off Route 340 directly to the Units for Unit Section I rear of Charles Town Plaza Elderly on Development 2 acres i All persons and governmental units having an interest in said proposed subdivisions are invited to attend this meeting, Planning Commission files on subdivisions may be reviewed at any time during normal business hours. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission Henry B. Davenport, President June l-lt I II I l I Community Basketball School Sessions Slated Here Beginning June 12 Three separate sessions have been scheduled for the Jefferson Community Basketball School during June, it was announced today. The sessions will be June 12 through 16 for fourth, fifth and sixth graders; June 19 through 23 for seventh, eighth and ninth graders; and again on June 26 through 30 for seventh, eighth and ninth graders. Each day's events will be held from 8:50 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at Charles Town Junior High School. The total cost of the weekly session is $25, with a $10 non- refundable fee to be paid when the youngster applies for the school. As part of the requirements for attending the school, a youngster must have a consent form signed by his parents, a physicial examination and in- surance or liability waiver. Students will have a lunch hour from 12 noon to 1 p.m. each day and all students in the basketball school will be ex-i pected to bring a "bag" lunch with no one permitted to leave the school grounds and school supervision. Needed for the school will be shorts, socks and sneakers with a T-shirt to be supplied. Students should bring a lock for school lockers to protect any valuables. The school of daily events includes free shooting from 8:30 to 9 a.m.; individual instruction from 9 to 10 a.m.; programs and instruction by guest speakers from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; lunch from noon to 1 p.m.; and a combination of four shooting contests, one-on-one contest, two-on-one contest, doubles shooting, "out" contest and team play from 1 to 3:30 p.m. It is the purpose of the school to provide the younger basketball players of Jefferson County with individual in- struction by the area's best coaches in the hope of improving fundamental skills and overall basketball talents. Among the speakers and in- structors scheduled to appear at the school are Bob Starkey, director of Athletics and Head Basketball Coach at Shepherd College; Bill Isherwood, Head Basketball Coach at Handley High of Winchester, Va.; Gilbert Miller, Head Basketball Coach at Hedgesville High School; Tim Brinkley, Head Basketball Coach at Jefferson High; Charles Cline, Head Basketball Coach at Musselman High School; John Lowery, Head J.V. Basketball Coach at Jefferson; Harry Barker, Head Basketball Coach at Charles Town Junior High; Norvell Willis, W. Va. Association of Basketball Of- ficials; Buttons Walker, Shepherd College Basketball player; and Larry Cain, also a player at Shepherd. Anyone requiring additional information should contact Meredith L. Polen at Charles Town Junior High School. Willingham, T. A. Ramey, Edna Clendening, 33-35-68; Jim Brand, Jim Blackford, Dave Taylor, Joe Margone, 35-33-68; Cliff Peacher, Mike Pittinger, John Myatt, Blackie Davis, 34-36-70; Gene Myers, Norman Wilt, Ed Whiting, Jean Taylor, 36-36-72; John Propst, Jay Strickler, George Rutherford, Ginny Nutzman, 37-32-69; Cahrles Clendening, George Kopcik, George Brown, Tom White, 35- 34-69. Bill Lancaster, Dale Appeil, Joe Groves, Dave Boggs, 36-34- 70; Russell Miller, Jim Jennison, Phil Minke, Nancy Gibson, 34-34- 68; Rick Blackford, Marvin Payne, Mike Joseph, Ethelyn McDonald, 34-35-69; Phil Boggs, Bill Huffins, Ed Gillwald, Lucille Robertson, 37-33-70; Harry Dorsey, Billie Boggs, Jay Cepelka, Dottle GiUwald, 35-34- 69; John Duffy, Hamp Staubs, Dennis Kirk, Ruby Propst, 37-34- 71 and Bill Merriman, Larry Ambrose, John Strider, Jan Dully, 33-35.68. Pony Club Will Host Riding Rally June 24 Shenandoah Valley Pony Club teams have been announced for the Regional Games Rally, which the local club will host June 24 at Morgan's Grove, Shepherdstown, beginning at 10 a.m. Two senior teams al. two junior teams from SVPC will compete with teams from the seven other clubs in the Capital Region, U.S. Pony Clubs, Inc. Winning teams in each of the two divisions will represent the region at the National Games Rally later on in the summer. Senior Team I, consisting of members who have participated in a rally before, are Courtenay Cogan, Kacy Koarse, David Parsons and Debbi Wachter. Senior Team II members are Lee Bernstein, Diane Gross, Molly Moody and Alden Moylan. Junior team I will consist of Elizabeth Kearse, Fred Par- sons, Dan Schiffman, Lisa Spunich and Hal VanMetre. On Junior Team II will be Katherine Byron, Maureen Boyle, Holly Isaacson, Dana Moylan and Sarah Thompson. Advanced Pony clubbers who will help with the rally include Sally Byron, Sharon Benner, Karen Hammann, Beth Moylan, Dilly Umscheid and Gary Youogblood. Rally participants are about evenly divided among Berkeley and Jefferson Counties in West Virginia and Washington Co., in Maryland. Pony-owners under 21 who ride English style and are in- terested in joining Pony Club may contact Mrs. K. David Spunich, Charles Town. SERVICES FOR LADii;' GOLF NANCY ROTH On Thursday, May 25th, the Sleepy Hollow Ladies Golf Association held their Ladies Invitational. The "Powers That Be" were with us .because we had a beautiful bright sunny day after a week of rain and cold. Dottle Gillwald and her committee did a super job of coordinating the event. Clubs attending were Eagle Head from Frederick, VFW from Frederick, Loudoun Valley from Purcellville, Opequon from Martinsburg, and Carpers Valley, Shenandoah Valley and Winchester from Virginia. The best scores of the day were not too good 94's. The best net score was a 71. In the Closest to the Pin contest, Charlotte Gano's drive was the closest - II feet from the cup. The tournament of the day was a Best Ball Foursome match. Charlotte Gano's team was first with a 12 under par net 62. Ann Groves' foursome was second with a 63. At I0 under par 64, there was a five way tie with Dottle Gillwald's team, Ruby Propst's team, Long Phillips' team, Ginny Nutzman's team and Helen Wright's team. In matching cards, Ginny Nutz- man's team won third place with two net birdies on hole No. 18 and No. 17. We would like to extend special thanks to Jake Pugh and Lou Nutzman who helped with the carts and loading the bags. The event was a large success and Dottle and her committee, Barbara Hooper, Ruby Propst and Louise Saville, deserve a big round of Kudos. Our next event will be our trip to Canaan Valley. Eighteen ladies are making the trip on June 5th, 6th and 7th. And we're looking forward to some more good weather and a lot of good golf. We're also keeping our fingers crossed. ZION ASSEMBLY If you get a chance stop at the Rev. Frank James announces St. James Bazaar on Saturday, the following services for Zion the 3rd of June. See ya' next Assembly at Millville: week. Sunday Church School at I0 a.m.; Morning Worship at II :15 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service at 7:30 p.m.; Young Feoples' Service at 7:30 p.m. on Wed- nesday. There's no rule in nature that requires an individual to say what he or she thinks at all times. JEFFERSON JUNIOR GIRLS TENNIS TEAM COMPLETES BEST SEASON EVER BY WINNING LAST TWO, The Jefferson Junior Girls tennis team closed out its season last pair of victories to send its seasonal record to 4-2, the best ever, the teams, as shown above are, left to right -- Michelle Smallwood, Laurie Hoffmaster, Kelly Watson, Kathy Lloyd, Wendy Whitehair, Sherry Keiter, Jackie Willingham, Barbara Spunich, .and Dana Smallwood. Absent when pictur e was Catherine Whiting and Tonya Smallwood. (Photo by Tim Sinn) .....  :v N'lt, . ( t Shepherdstown Jr. High Gids Track Team Members of the 1978 Shepherdstown Jr. High Girls Track Team row, left to right -- Sharon See, Shelby Puller, Lonnie Soriano, Tanya Shiben, Leslie Ferguson, Kim Louden; second row Mildred Morris, Wanda Ross, Liz Branson, Debbie Ross, Barbara Washington; third row -- Dana Woods, Libby Washington, Thelma Winston, Robin Branson, Sharon James; Head Coach Gregg Morgan, Margaret Shanton, Assistant .. Yeater and Bob Kamer. Charles Town Girls Win Charles Town Junior High School girls outdistanced rivals Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry to win the Jefferson i County Junior High Track Meet, i held Tuesday, May 22, at Jef- ferson High School. Though the victors won onl) five of 13 events, they captured eight of nine third-place con- tests. Results are as follows: Shot put (30' 6") -- M. Carr (CT), M. Suyar (HF), C. Smith (CT), Deb Robinson (HF); Discus (73' 91iz '') -- D. Woods iS), A. Shaffer (HF), C. Carr (CT), T. Winston (S); High jump (4' 3") -- M. Hutzler (CT), J. Washington (S), Di. Robinson (HF), K. Hicks (HF) and T. Taylor (CT), tie; Long jump (15' 9") -- L. Soriano (S), V. Mc- Donald (CT), M. Hutzler (CT), Di. Palmer (HF); 70-yard low hurdles (11.0) -- T. Shiben (S'), S. Philyaw (HF), K. Craig (CT), W. Lee (S). Also, 100-yard dash (12.2) -- V. McDonald (CT), L. Soriano iS), M. Hutzler (CT), Di. Palmer (HF); 680-yard relay (1":55.9) -- Charles Town (Johnson, Mc- Donald, Mouton, McDonald), Shepherdstown (Ferguson, Washington, Shanton, Puller); 440-yard dash (67.4) -- K. Louden (S), H. Oliver (CT), L. Cooper (CT), Y. Saunders iHF); And, 880-yard run (2:51.5) -- M. Ballenger (CT), J. Kimble (HF), J. Benner (CT), A. Breeden (CT); 220-yard dash i29.1) -- J. Washington (S), M. Hutzler (CT), V. McDonald (CT), Deb. Robinson (HF); 880- medley relay (2:68.3) -- ]hepherdstown (Shanton, Puller, Louden), Charles Town iCraig, Cooper, Flowers, Murray); 440-yard relay (54.4) -- Shepherdstown (Soriano, Washington, Shiben, Ferguson), Charles Town (Mouton, McDonald, McDonald, Johnson). Shepherd Star Will Head County Tennis The Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Department will offer a summer tennis program of lessons and tournaments. operate August llth, from 10 a.m days only. Kurt Brown, Shepherd's number meet at one tennis player, will be the Park on instructor and tournament and Friday, director for this county-wide Point program, which begins June 26th and continues through be run August 18. Four sites will be with' utilized for the tennis activity: eluding the Jefferson High School arts and courts; Shepherd College will be courts; courts at Leetown Park; College and the mini-park court in More Charles Town. The instructional available at program will be geared for juniors 10 and above, and adults. Bi-weekly tournaments will be offered for various age groups and skill levels. A nominal fee of $1 will be charged for eight-group lessons. Balls will be provided free of '" :; charge. _...=:/ Recreation Program Planned By County The Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a daytime recreation program for elementary school students (1-6) for the first time this summer. The program will When you can't work, we can help pay the bills! Ask your Nationwide agent for the prescription: A 'disability income plan." DOMINICK "Wells" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Agent PH.: 7-6814 - 72-8338 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nmtlow*dl MulUll ilulce Comply Niitlonwde Ldl Insucen Compen HOm oecii Columul. Ohio when n is CustOm