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] 2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1978 Shepherdstown Girls Finish 2nd in County Track Competition MEMBERS OF t SHEPHERDSTOWN GIRLS TRACK TEAM, which won eight of 13 events at the County Track and Field meet but finished behind winner Charles Town, include --bottom row, left to right -- Wendy Lee, Tanya Shiben, Joy Washington. Second 'ow -- tannic Soriano, Kim Louden, Margaret Shanton, Thelma Washington, Shelby Puller, Leslie Ferguson. Moose, Thoroughbreds Tied for League Lead In Fast.Pitch Action JEFFERSON CO. FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL LEAGUE TEAMS W L Moose 4 1 Thoroughbreds 4 1 Turf Motel 4 2 Discount Cars 4 2 Top Brass 2 3 Am Vets 1 5 Tyeryars 0 4 The Thoroughbreds, Discount Car, Turf Motel and Top Brass all won games in the Jefferson County Fast-Pitch Softball Ieague since May 29th. Simons was the loser. On June I, Top Brass defeated the Am Vets, 6 to 4; Discount Car upended Tyeryars, 7 to 3, on June 4; and Turf Motel edged the Top Brass, 2 to 1, in ten innings. Leading the Turf Motel attack was Don Noland with a home run, whiJe Sonny Longerbeam was the winning pitcher and drove in the winning run with a double after Braithwaite had doubled. In Discount Car's win over Tyeryars, Johnny Johnson had a KEARNEYSVILLE by Patt Welsh Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walls on their 23rd wedding anniversary, Sunday, May 28. Also celebrating their second anniversary, were their son-in-law and daughter, Mike and Ginger Stanley. The entire family enjoyed a cook-out on Monday. Once again the grocery store and gas station at the cross roads is open under new ownership and management. Welcome to the community Richard and Sandy Hessenauer who have renamed the store Kearneysville Country Store. Inside you can find numerous antiques and artifacts, and the old pot bellied stove. Richard and Sandy and their children Amy, April and Travis, reside in Jeffex,on County clubs choose a Sunday in May as "Go to Church Sunday". Many were unable to attend, but Rev. Bronson Staley gave a warm and cordial welcome to all those attending, who were Mrs. Fleeta Writt, Mrs. Hilda Burhman, Mrs. Isohell Creamer, Mrs. Eleanor Brown, Mrs. Ruby Brady, Mrs. Bessie Welsh, Mrs. Edna Frye, Mrs. Kathy Creamer, Mrs. Shirley Welsh, Mrs. Becky McDonald and Mrs. Patt Welsh. Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rohb Braithwaite and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Athey and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gentry and son, Forrestville, Md. On Sunday, the Creamer's attended a cook-out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cicel Rickard, Mt. Mission, with other family members attending. Members and friends of the Grace United Church of Christ hosted a May birthday party Wednesday for the residents of Homewond Church Home in Williamsport, Md. There were 11 who celebrated May birthdays, and the ladies were presented pink crocheted carnation cor- sages and the one gentleman a white boutonniere, which were made by Mrs. Margie Johnson. Following a cordial welcome by Mrs. Betty Wright, activity coordinator, Ray Walls gave an introduction, before the short program organized by Anna Mary Willingham with Dougie Hall assisting on the mike. There were songs, with ac- companiment on the piano by Mrs. Johnston; readings and two monologues by Linda and Susie Walls; two dance routines presented by Miss Tins Shadrach. Others Participating were Mrs. Maxine Shadrach, Mrs. Hilda Davidson, Mrs. Patt Welsh and Jamie, Mrs. Edith Thomas, Kevin Stride, Mrs. Betty Hall and Dougie, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walls and children, .Mrs. John McCarty, Mrs. Mary Burkhart and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bowers and children, Mattie and Sandy Shade, Ginge Stanley, Ranea, Robert and Lee Carper. Following the program, the guests were invited to the dining room for the party. On May 29, the Thoroughbreds took the measure of the Tyeryars, 94. The next day, Discount Car routed the Am Vets in a 7-0 shutout victory. On Wednesday, May 31, Turf Motel defeated the previously unbeaten Charles Town Moose, 4-3, with two home runs in "the Contest, one by Milky Ainsworth and the other by Jeff Anders, both in a losing cause. Sonny Longerbeam was the winning pitcher for Turf, wle Frank homer for the winners. The schedule for June 8 through 13 is as follows: June 9 -- Turf Motel vs. Thoroughbreds. : Sunday, June 11 --Turf Motel vs. Discount Cars, 1 p.m.; Am Vets vs. Tyeryars, 2:30 p.m.; and Moose Club vs. Top Brass at 4 p.m. Monday, June 12 -- Top Brass vs. Thoroughbreds. June 13 -- Moose vs. Discount Cars. ONE ONLY BAILEY.LAFAYETTE ' I I I S. George Street,,PHONE: 725-3043 Charles Town, W.Va. 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So glad to hear that Heather Basore has the cast off her arm following a very had breeak above her elbow. She still has to be careful playing. United Church of Christ will hold a yard and bake sale, Saturday, Jefferson High June 10, 9 a.m. until dark onthe church lawn with proceeds to go Athletic Boosters toward their yearly project of purchasing new choir robes, ight Mr. and mrs. Gilbert To Meet Ton Creamer, Dick and Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. Ike McDonald and daughters, enjoyed a cook-out on Memorial Day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and family, Keedysville, Md. Last Sunday, Mrs. Part Welsh and Wesley, Metinda Welsh and Tannie Whittington, went with a next year's projects. The public tour group on a bus trip to is urged to attend. There will be a meeting of the Jefferson High School Athletic Booster Club tonight, Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. at the high school concession stand. The purpose of the meeting is the election of new officers and planning of BIBLE SCHOOL IS POSTPONED Vacation Bible School at the Kabletown United Methodist Church has been postponed, it was announced Tuesday. The item in today's Kabletown area news should be disregarded concerning the Bible School. Washington, D.C. They visited the many buildings that house the Smithsonian Institution. Congratulations to Miss Leiah Nichols on her birthday, May . She turned 14 years old. Members Of the Edgewood Homemakers Extension Club attended church together Sunday, May 28, at the Grace United Church of Christ. All Alice Branson Honored EFNEP Conference At Jackson's Mill AC/DC operation-- Listen-in at home or on the go. Model ACT-R-106 WITH TWO : FREE CRYSTALS Hear the While It'., Only Sl 19 9s Dealer Prices M=v Vary geoe on a Regency Scanner OmONtV SALE s 1399s LIST $15900 Mfg suggested list des may vary Model ACT-E-106 Covers all 5 bands on 10 channels Priority Scan--scans your favorite channel first! Handsome wood grain styling AIDE HONORED- The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), which helps families select and prepare nutritious foods, traditionally honors its nutrition aides on their fifth anniversary with the program. Among those receiving five-year certificates of recognition at the EFNEP annual conference at jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp recently was Alice Branson, center, who works wh the many families enrolled in the Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Office's EFNEP Program. She discussed the recognition program with Pat Coolican, head of the Personal and Family Development Division df the West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service, left, and Victoria Goens, Ex- tension home economist who supervises the EFNEP Program in Jefferson. Antique Car Endurance Run Set To Visit Local Areas. The Antique Automobile Club of America, Richmond, Va., Region, Inc., will hold its 12th annual Endurance Run from July 12 through 16 with the club to travel through this area in its vehicles. On July 12, approximately 50 to 65 antique cars, manufactured from 1909 through 1955, will Participate in the run, and take Route 7 west to State Route 9 and drive north, arriving in Charles Town about 3:30 p.m. Police will escort the cars through Charles Town to U.S. Route 340 with the entourage to stop at the Cliffside Motel at Harpers Ferry. Those par- ticipating will hold a social hour, buffet, get-acquainted dinner and pool Party there. On July 13, the drivers will move to Harpers Ferry and Charles Town for visits and go to .Shenandoah Downs for a night of racing. Then, on July 14, e drivers will leave the motel, driving west on Route 340 to Charles Town and then head north to Martinsburg on State Route 9, where they will visit the Burkhart Museum of Antique Autos. After that, they will move on to the outskirts of Winchester and take 1-81 around the City getting back on U:S. Route 11 at Stephens City, Va. The group will then move southward to its point of origination. Shenandoah Women's Center, To Co-Sponsor Spring Week-end SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shenandoah Women's Center announced that it will co-sponsor the Third Annual Spring Weekend to be held this year at Hood College, Frederick, Md., on June 16-18. This* year's Spring Weekend will feature workshops on the changing roles of women in our society. Notable topics include "Self-Help in Fighting Depression," "Creative Uses of Conflict," "Body Movement," and "Female Sensuality." The weekend will also feature an issue resulting from today's changing roles: "Towards In- creased Personhood," a workshop for men only. The program will also include a workshop on Domestic Violence. This workshop will consider the legal, personal, and legislative spects of a syn- drome that is degrading and destructive to the victim as well as to the attacker," said Jane Burkhardt, workshop Director. The Shenandoah Women's Center (SWC) is dedicated to serving, protecting, and educating women, primarily in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. The SWC serves as a model for women everywhere who want to organize and educate themselves. SWC projects include the Spring Weekend, personal growth experiences, career develop- ment, education in women's rights and opportunities, and a shelter for battered women. For registration and-or more details, call 304-876-2697. Rams Catcher Doug Higgins All-Conference SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd College's senior catcher Doug Higgins has been named to the All-West Virginia Conference baseball team and freshman right fielder Steve Diehl was accorded Particular Honorable Mention status, according to WVIAC Com- missioner Mike McLaughlin. Higgins, a Williamsport, Md., native, is bet remembered for his hitting performance in Shepherd's final game of the season this year. In that contest against Glenville, Higgins blasted four home runs and a Sorion, Washington, Louden Set 6 t i SHEPHERDSTOWN GIRLS STARS at the County Track Meet Lonnie Sorianowho set count) jump and on victorious shuttle 440-yard relay teams. Jay set a new record in the 220-yard dash 440-yard relay team; and Kim established a new mark in the ran the anchor leg for Shepherc setting 880-yard medley relay team. triple in five trips to the plate, scored 27; total driving in 12 runs. In addition he led the Rams in home runs, a on-base percentage, .557, he two triples, ray posted a .375 batting average, "Steve was and he had an .881 fielding last year, and he' percentage. Higgins finished the type of season with six home runs, three the most mature doubles, three triples and 15 ever dealt with walks. " steady perfort "Doug has been the spark plug seen," Jacobs behind everything good we've accomplished in the Past two years," commented Shepherd NOW head coach Mike Jacobs. "He's a good leader, and I hope with A his success this year he has a Air - chance to fulfill his dreams as a pro baseball player." SERVl Steve Diehi, a Shepherdstown native, emerged as one of the team's top performers from the 202 N, start. 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