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harlesTown High's Sectional hampton Cheerleaders Get m PONY LEAGUE SUNDAY'S RESULTS Shenandoah Ponies 11 - Citgo I0 GAMES THIS WEEK June 4 - Legionnaires vs Home Alter June 5 . Shenandoah Ponies vs Legionnaires June 8 - Citgo vs Legionnaires Play in the Jefferson Pony League got underway Sunday eve ning and right away darkness vaught up with the action before the full seven-innings of play could be completed. But the act- ion had progressed through six Listed high among tile unsung heroes in any high school athleti( innings, and far enough for a de- cgram are the school's cheerleaders, who make the news headlines ~Asion. And it was the Shenandoah ~sibly once or twice a year and no more. And unless they happen Ponies, defending champions, who be the best:, there are no trophies or medals for them at the end ned the victory by a close 11-10 ~an athletic season. But since the Charles Town High cheerleading ;core over the Citgo batsmen at :he Legion Park field. Land was rated as tops during the past 1965-66 school term, they did The two teams were deadlocked ~e in for special recognition and also a trophy. And they took at 10-10 at the end of the first ~ir first bow in the spotlight at Petersburg High School the night five innings when darkness began !March 4 when they were officially name~l as the best cheerleading to set in. But it was possible to and at the Class-AA Section 3, tournament, their full recognition squeeze in another inning and in fore their schoolmates did not come until Friday night when they the bottom of the sixth the Ponies formally presented the big trophy by their faculty advisor, Mrs. pushed over a run and gained the 0rna Frye, at the annual awards banquet held in the school cafeteria victory. It was Robbie Cain, who [Presenting the trophy Mrs. Frye gave individual recognition and walked, who scored the winning run for the Ponies in the sixth [raise to each member of both this cheerleading squad and also the frame. [l~ior Varsity squad. Shown in the above picture with the traphy Although the Ponies were out ~efour of the five members of the Panther Cheerleader Squad. hit 11-7, they managed to bunch Y are (left to right).-.Patricia Doyle, Barbara Hunt, Susan their hits better, particulary in ~ague Baylor. Marcus, member of the third and fourth and Charnell Karen the other frames when squad, was not present when the picture was taken. The Misses they scored a total of six runs. at and League are holding the championship trophy they won Cain and F. Painter worked on] the mound for the Ponies and I (Photo by Jim Tabb.) between them they managed tol arles pick up the victory even though they gave 11 hits. Dailey worked~ for the Citgo team and gave up seven hits. Painter also led the hitting for the Ponies with two hits. He also scored three runs. IrlJstead of being handed their sentation will be made at a later bal tributes at the school's date, it was stated, tIead basketball enoch Bill Jor- lldards assembly as in past years, Principal Herbert Cottrill, pre- dan then put his baseball squad arles Town High School's ath- sided for the banquet program, into the spotlight, first praising s in all sports, and their cheer with the invocation being given the fine 17-5 record of the past ers, had their own night Fri- by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- season. He then presentedr letters at which they were feasted, tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chu- to John Walters, Earle Johnson, I!hded and rewarded for their rch, who will become a member Ernie Jones, Henry Yates, Pete its of the past year. of the Jefferson County Board of Strange, Scott Whitmore. e occasion was the annual Education, January 1, 1967. Special tribute and honor was rles Town High sports dinner[ Head football coach Kenneth paid to John Walters for his out- ~in the high school cafeteria, / Sims, complimented his squad on standing rebounding efforts the r attended by some 150 players,I the fine 7-3 record of the past past season (he was the teams ~erhers, coaches, members of the ;eason and then presented first leading rebounder) and Ernie d of education and other cear letters to the following mem Jones, the team s top foul shooter ~ial guests:. ~' ,~ ~ ~'~" ~ of the squa~!~; R0.b.e~t Carr, and leading score~r. - It was the athletes and the Ron Puller, Alex ~)oleman, Mick- Others who ~[[[d riot make their eerleaders who held the spot- ey Walker, Dewey Perks, Donald letters, but who came in for a full lht all the way, since there was Runion, Richard Mills, Sterling serving of praise by Coach Jor. ~SPeaking on the program other Wilt, Arthur Anderson, Henry dan were: Buddy Lanham, Don ~n the brief remarks of praise Yates, Robert Doleman, John Willingham, Dewey Noland, Leeds the various coaches as they Shockey and Pierce Barr~ Corbin, Raymond Roy, Paul John-~ Second-year letters went to Clif- ford Wilson, Mike McKee,: Mike Waiters, Richard Shockey,.iDoug Perks, Tommy Mercer (named to the All-State third team), David Swadley, Greg Corbin, Charles Sager, Mearle Johnson, and man. agers James Whittington, Paul Johnson, Raymond Yates and Larry Fritts. Coach Sims," also praised the efforts of some 14 other boys who worked hard all season as a part of the gr.id quad ~but who did not play in enough games to earn a letter. This group i included: Danny Nichols, :Mike Kisner, Glenn Hinton, Terry Hawk, Jimmy Hammond, : Charles McCormick, Leeds Corbin, i Lewis Doleman, Scott Whitmore, Ronald Whitmore, Raymond Roy,.Greg Johnson, Nicholas Snyder and Paul Davenport. rOduced members of the var- athletic squads and made sentations to a host of them. ~ number of special awards 'e presented including the Jos- L Viener award which went to 'le Johnson, for being named the most outstanding senior llete and the official presentat. ~. of the trophy which went to ~lCharles Town High cheer- ~ters for being declared the [,? in the Section 3, Class-AA E~ament last March in Peters- t~other award, a plaque special ~taining a gold plated football I~et,. to have been was pre- .["~ed to Tommy Mercer, for be- [~ aaraed as the most outstand- football player on the Pan. rs l~ quad last season, but since ~present, the pre- You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experierme, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS son and managers Larry Fritts: and David Swadley. fine tribute was also paid to: the efforts and accomplishments of the Panther Junior Varsity cage team, by Principal Cottrill, who took over the coaching reigns of the Junior Varsity last season when Jim Taylor Went to the Job Corps Center to work. He com-~ plimented the squad on it s 12-7 record of the past season and had the team members stand and be recognized. Coach Bill Jordan presented track letters to the following: Richard Shockey, Pete Strange, John Rissler, Bill Senseney, Phil- lip Taylor, Earle Johnson, John Walters, Mike Walters, Ron Ris~ sler, Pierce Barr, Arthur Dodson, Bill Smith, Paul Davenport, Mike Hankins. Kenneth Hardy, ~Scbtt Whitmore, and managers Tom Tomlin, Harry Collis and Julian Dupy. He also thanked the follow ing boys for their contributions to the track squad even though they did not earn enough points to letter: Ron Whitmore, John Lot, enz, John Clipp, Danny Nichols, Raymond Roy, Alex Doleman, Glenn Hinton, Bob Hankins, Mike Alvarez, Jeff Roth, John Shockey, Lewis Doleman, Ricky Blaekford, Edwin Fitzpatrick Skip Whitmore The track team tied for the Reg- ional Class-AA championship and had a seasonal record of one win, two ties and three defeats. Harold (Zip) Lorenz, assistant high school principal and coach of the baseball team this past season which not only won the Sectional championship, but also finished up with 7-4 season mark, praised the accomplishments of his boys and predicted even bet- ter things for next season. Those who lettered were: Ernie Jones, Chuck Sager, Dave Swadley, Chet Hines, Wayne HiD, Buddy Lan- ham, Tom Mercer, Richie Mills, Leeds Corbin, Jimmy Hammond, Billy Merchant and Riley Thomp- son. Other members of the squad recognized were: Robbie Cain, Donnie Speeht, Jerry Salsano, Mike Rogers, Larry Hawk and managers John Seal and Joe Sny- der. The Junior Varsity cheerlead- ers who were paid a tribute were: ~Susan Ward, Jennifer Elizabeth Carper, Diane Kratz, Janice A. Petterson and Cynthia Tusing. Prior to adjourning the banquet program Principal Cottrill expres sed full appreciation to the offi- ers and members of the Charles Town Panther Booster Club for their fine efforts on behalf of the school's athletic program and es- pecially for making the lights on the athletic field possible. ~ie also thanked members of the two v01u: nteer fire companies of Charles Town for their invaluable assist. ST CK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Vs. ance in directing and handling the traffic and for policing the stadium area during the football games and for providing the con- cession stand at the football games. LeGard Trtw, ell Named Secretary Tri-State Citizem Band Club Legard Trussell, of Ranson, has been named as secretary of the Tri-State Citizens Band Radio Club to replace Joe Rinaldi, who has resigned; and Mrs. Heler Slusher, was named as assistant secretary, the post which Trussell had held. 60 TO CHURCH SUNDAY, tHostOf High A host of Charles Town tiigh~ students were paid a tribute and honored for their efforts of the past year and on their entire high school career at the annual awards assembly held in the school gymnasium Friday morn- ing May 13. Some 35 special awards and scholarships were presented to nearly as many students, and a host of other students were re- warded for their efforts in the school band, for work on the yearbook, etc. Jim Lewis was presented the Citizenship award from the class of 1934 by Prof, Francis Printz; Gregg Carper, r~ceived the Hy- man Viener award from Mr. Jacob M. Viener; the American-' ism award went to Linda Link, with Miss Mary Magaha making the pi'esentation. The PAR his- tory awards were presented to Debbie Baumgardner and Jim Lewis by Mrs. Charles Langdon; tile Charles Town-Ranson P. T, A. Award went the Jeffrey Sagle, by Mr. William Waggy. Y Carl Benton presented the Camp Caesar award to Althea Ruthereford and Francis White presented the Peoples Bank of :Charles Town scholarship to :Frank Welsh. Grant-in-aid scholarship awards were presented to Gregg Carper, Doug Perks, Danny Creamer, I Ernie Jones and Becky Ware by Wiliiam Jordan and the Comm- erce award went to Linda Link, with Willard Martin making the presentation. The Betty Crocker award was presented to Alivia Uprigh by Mrs. Andrew Lew!s and the Fut- ure Teachers Of America award was presented to Susan Stephens by Michael Morrison, who also presented the World Affairs Semi nar awards to Tom Kern, Doug Perks, Barbara tiunt, Margaret SPIRIT OF ADVOCA THURSDAY, JUN E 2, 19(;6 B--3 by Mrs. t]arfield, went to Jimmy Fries and Althea Ruthereford. Sandra Ring, was presented the Science award by Mr. Kramer and the Agriculture award was )resented 1o Bob Roper by Mr. Stewart. The Language awards were presented by Mrs C. W. Shipley, went to Gall Marshall and Glenn Bradley and 13nda Mc- Kee in Spanish and Pam Snyder and Charles Printz in French. The tit)me Economics award was aresented to Barbara Moler by Mrs. Rudy; and the Valedictory awards were presented to Barbara Itunt and Margaret Byrer by Prin cipal Herbert Cottrill. The band awards presented by Mr. John Pestun were as follows: Mr. Wayne ,Welty The Thespian awards, presented is stationed at Fort Jackson with i the Army. They stayed in Cam- !den, S. C. overnight and enjoyed i their visit with Mr. Moler. They l left S. C. early Monday morning and arrived here Monday after- I noon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- beam and family spent Saturday Sunday aml Monday vi~ting with Mr. Longerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and family in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brandt of Baltimore, Md. spent the week end visiting with Mr. Howard Ambrose. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son Larry of Charles Town were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby. Mr. Glenn Gageby who ,*s slat- toned in Italy in the field of Ra- dar Electronics with the United States Army was promoted to an SP-5 over lhe past week. Mr. Gageby who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby, has only four months to serve in the armed forces before being discharged. Mr Marion Cogle who works in Baltimore, Md. spent the week end with his wife Pauline and two children Linda and Wayne. t i