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June 2, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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It gives me a permanent record and receipt for every bill I pay. Lots of convenience.. prestige, too... O C2-1ECK THESE ADDITIONAL BANKING SF_,RVICES Savings Accounts Bank,By-Mail Savings C rtificates Mortgage Loans Safety Deposit Box es Personal Loans Money Orders en0w Wq ! offer 4% the wrong fairway. One man has already received bruises from a drive hit into the wrong fairway. Please exercise more-care. A poen written about Junior Jones, the popular Harpers Ferry Concrete Block dealer is being featured on the Clubs Bulletin board. Be sure and read it. "PRETTY PUTTERS" We played poker last Ladies Day but we used golf balls in- stead of cards and it was the Best Poker Hand Tournament. Janet Grady won the pot with ped in for a "Birda" three, Good show, Nance. i champions, who outlasted I Yankees by a 9-8 score at the] National League park at the Leg- ion field. The Giants had to come from behind to win this one, however, as the Yankees had pushed over five runs in the fifth frame to take a 7-5 lead. But in the last of the sixth the five 5's (nothing wild, these were Giants took advantage of two Yah natural 5's) and Mary Ann Ham- ee errors and these with the aid mann won low putts with 14 of three base hits they managed putts, to push over 4 runs and take the Biddy Smoot surprised us with a doughnut treat at the coffee hour. Her duck pin league Stuck & Alger, Winchester - won the championship for the first time and Biddy brought the team trophy ( a beautiful silver cup) for all of us to admire. Congratu- lation bowlers! Thanks to Marquerite Willis for the refreshing ice tea and all the extras at lunch and to Ethlyn McDonald for the ice cubes. Also welcome to Darlene Dyke, who is helping Marguerite this summer. Edna Clendening played well Thursday. I saw her drive on num ber 5 - it was past the corner! We're glad you joined us this year, Edna. Our club champion, Nancy Roth played the eighteen hole profess- ionaly - had a beautiful drive, a well placed second shot, and chip victory. It was a close 2-1 ball game until the fifth frame and then frames for the Giants, Monte Coll, , ins, the next two and Dewey Whir I more, worked the sixth and got credit for the victory. Whitmore also helped his own cause at the plate, getting one of his two hits in the bottom of the sixth frame. i Walter Smallwood led the hitt- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Kastle's Men's Shop i THURSDAY,. JUNE 2, 196 Champions, Brunswzk- u,... T I,laJgl /. I'I~U(IU, JI. gr~on speaker. ~ , ]~'~||~'~ Bowling League Major McQuade enteredlL Completes Course At Army in February 1951. amplq The Ladies' bowling team of The major, son of Mrs. Charles Town, sponsored by the p_ ..... I ('L.,gg P.II^..^ M. McQuade, She hPerdstwztl Kastles Men's Shop of Charles zuIIt:l-al Jlall ~UII1ffyU Va., is a 1946 graduate of CeJ Town, are the champions of the Union High School, E1 Brunswick (Md.) Major Bowling Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (AH Calif. League having won the crown TNC) - Major Thomas J. McQu- Thursday night, May 19. ade Jr., whose wife, Mae, lives in Major McQuade was Pine Grove Mills, Pa., completed ioned in June 1950 Reserve Officers Training program at the Maryland in College Park. league banquet held at the Hawa- iian Night Club. Each member of the Kastle team was presented a trophy along with a cash prize. 1647 and the third high team game score of 586. The team finished with an average of 517. Members of the team are: Eleanor Moore, Amy Alger, Helen Kelican Virginia Dorsey and Gertrude Prain, Capt. Members of the team expressed appreciation to Oliver Kastle for ing attack for the Yankees with sponsoring the team and for the two singles and a double. He also splendid cooperation he has given scored two runs. them the past season. The course is designed to pre- pare officers for command and general staff duty in divisions or logistical commands and to familiarize them with duties of the general staff at corps and Army levels. General Harold K. Johnson, U. I FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Listed hig ~gram are ~ibly one ~be the be [ an athletJ Iliad was r~ *~le in fm leir first b [March 4 at th their Frye, L l~resentil to ea Var,. ~four of Y are gue and The Goode Brothers Buick and Leading Goode Brothers Buick Pontht team of Charles Town is and Pontiac for the match Vir- the 1~ champions of the Win ginia Dorsey had 577 followed by chester Evening Star Ladies Lea- Biddy Smoot's 569; Jean Dorsey's gue that bowls each Friday on 548; Amy Alger's 544 and Jane the Health Center Lanes. Winning Spink's 506. all five games they defeated Vir. ginia Gentleman by 138 pins in la 9849 to ~711 five game duel for th0 coveted championship. I M mbers of the team as shown i above are: (left to right) o Vir- 81nht Dorsey, Amy Alger, Jane Spinks, Biddy Smoot and Jean Dorsey. ---- victo for the It was a ry West Virginia girls and climaxed an excitifig season that saw them the thick of cont htion through out. They tied for first half hon- ors and lest to this santo Virgi~!a Gentlenmp team. Then on the final night of second ha4f play they defeste Ktaitary Da)ry 2-1 to deadlock that teem for second half honor!, the )ecial bowloff Goode B here came out ahead by six in a bowled coa test. in the Att d Church was the first Charles Town. they have been in tion with several place finishes. Biddy Amy Alger 114 as won with Loma for Virginia Amy At Town game 551 to 549 as Yrap, es D0d$on'$ 124 paced the first half champs. Both teams o pened:up .fhe third engagement and Goode Bro- thers won a ai3alqc31flg 6 4: te 502 vietory as Jean Dor '_s 137; Vir. ginia Dorsey s Biddy.Smo t's 119 and Amy Alger's 117 more than belanced Aggie MeCaU's 14!; Loma McZat e't I30 amiFrances Dodson's 124. After three games the ultimate winners led by 68 l ms in a well bewted to 16U clmtest. In the fourth game Biddy Smoot bowled 120 and Jeau Dor- g ia and Jane Sglnks' 118 take care of Loma and Fiancee Blackford FROM PAGE -- 1 meet the winner of the Bill Ben- ton - Norman WiR match for the championship. Results of the quarter and semi-finals play com- pleted last week are as follows: QUARTER FINALS Bill Benton shot a 76 while de- feating Bob Leavitt, 3&1, Norman Wilt defeated a determined Roger Clipp, 1 up, Oscar Wilt defeated Johnnie Propst, 3-3, Sam Gilman defeated Gene Myers, 2 up. SEMI.FINAIMS Oscar Wilt defeated Sam Gil- man, 3&1 ,Bill Benton and man Writ will meet Sunday after- aoon. STAG NIGHT Russell Miller, Oliver Kastle, and Connie Hammann tied in the nine hole full handicap tourna- iment played as the featured event of the May Stag Night. Each re- corded net scores of 34, two under par. A large thank you is in order to the Chairman Bill Roth for his work in organizing the event. Marshall Glenn has stated that the management will be forced to place out of bounds stakes be. tween the 7th and 8th fairways if members continue to hit into (Frttm Page One) some people who own homes just outside of the Pimlico track. It Sure didn't set too well with the Preakness cust- omers and I can tell you that... EDDIE DILLARD, the genial little ball of fire who makes things tick at Halltown Paperboard plant, was our golf Memorial Day holiday and with unds of 87, 91 an_a 89, you will understand that payday can t come too soon for your humble servant... ,, wml WVU BASEBALL players who will be joining the Haxrts- onbur (V&) Turks of the fast Valley League most any day now include two pitchers, Vanghn Kovack and Jerry Memd-- ows; Chuck Boggy, catcher; Jiva Clay, first base; Mike Mos- chell, hurler and Jan Withrow, infielder. The Valley League opens play on June 3, with Shenandoah meeting the Turks under the lights at Memorial Stadium in Harrisonburg... FORMER CHS ATHLETES: Johnny Lowery fmaned 14, walked three and held Charles Town to' five hits, including a double by Ernie Jones and a triple by I)on Noland as Baker-' ton topped the locals 9 to 5 in a Tri-Cotmty League contest at Legion Park Sunday afternoon... CONGRATULATIONS to versatile Earle Johnson, who was ! med the "OutsLandJng ,Semor Athlete" at Charles Town High's spert banquet Frid a ;night... SHENANDOAH DOWNS posted ! morial Day double- header handle of $951,635 as a thz ' ng. of some 11,763 fans witnessed the IS-z'ace program on ql bGautiful afternoon ap.d night... "MAC" McLIWEE, Wincheste ' 'old man' of bowling, bowed out in a blaze of glory Sa ,urday night and climaxed 29 years of service as manager oil the Helath Center Lanes. , t " "m We well remember Mac when we used to howl ggamst back in the days of the old Blu e Ridge League, when Jack Luxenburg was major domo o[ the game here. 'Mac' was presented with an easy chair bF' the men and women bowlers. The veteran bowler, who still holds a worki record for 100 duckpin games set many yea ago, thanked everyone in a standing ovation that reached the tear-flowing stage for many of his friends down thrq Igh the yeaz ... 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