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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1978 Jefferson Park In Need Of Swimmers For Team The Jefferson Memorial Park swim team opened its 1978 season last week by dropping a 376 to 135 decision to a powerful Frederick, Md., team. And after the meet, those in charge of the team, issued a calt for more swimmers ranging in age from 8 through 18. All those interested should report to the Park any evening Monday through Thursday during the hours of 5:30 to 6:30. *Members of the team at present as shown are: TYKES Melissa Kidwell third in 25- yard hack; Bryan Romine third in 28-yard free; Andrew Skinner TENNIS From Page 11 Cindy Reggi 8-4; Gall Smallwood edged Jeanne Sno 9-7 .... DOUBLES Mary Eleanor Peters-Jenny Sue Kolloppe bested Pearl Perkins-Cindy Allen 8-3; Pat Dopson-Betty Dicky over Mary F. Hackman-Gall Smallwoed 8-I. LOBS: Remember the Wimbledon! Don't forget ladies, night on Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 p.m. on ...Women's matches at the park Friday, July 7, at 10 a.m. MEN'S GOLF From Page 11 a third place tie with Rnn Smallwond-John Upton at 197, while the teams of David Ward- Bill Beyce, Cliff Poacher-Larry Buckner were knotted at 199 in fifth place. Buddy Gnets-Costy Caras checked in with 200 for seventh place. At 201 were the duo's of Joe Groves-Jim Dubrueler and Craig Kastle- Tom Shade. The tournamernt committee headed by Jerry Ripple and capably assisted by Charlie Lutman, Rick and Ray Black- ford, Don Clending, Ray Doyle, Cliff Peacher.and Buddy Smoot, handled their assign- rnents like pros Scorers Frank i Smith and Bill Sptnlm, along with starter Johnny Hines, deserves the thanks of the many participants along with club professional Jake Pugh. In all, the Member-Guest was Due of the highlights of the season at Sleepy Hollow and was reminiscent of last year's inaugural Middle Atlantic PGA- Charles Town Turf Classic. Complete Member-Guest scores follows: R. Smallwood-J. Lupton 197; B. George-T. Keys 211; K: Akers-D. Carter 206; T. Rawlings-A. Carter 206; F. Shadrach-P. Pallidino 210; P Chakmakian-F. Hunsaker 214; T. Doyle-C. Crum 210; J. Cepelka-A. Mason 206; A. Black- ford-A. Heflin 227; C. Lutman-C. Levi 205. second in 25-yard hack. PREPS Julie Benner first in 50-yard' free, first in 50-yard butterfly, and first in 100-yard free; Jade Charley set a new team record in 100-yard IM, 50-yard hack, and 50-yard breast; Tracie Kidwell third in 100-yard IM; David Myers third in 100-yard free, third in 50-yard back, and second in 50-yard breast. JUNIOI The new swimmers are as follows: Lisa Strange first in 50- yard free and first in 100-yard free; Barbara Fargo second in 100-yard breast, second in 50- yard free, and .cond in 200-yard IM; Carlyla Pucker third in 100- yard free and second in 100-yard hack. SENIORS Mary Baker first in 100=yard free, first in 50-yard free, and second in Z00-yard IM; JadED Servls second in 50-yard free second in 100-yard butterfly, and second in 100-yard back; Libby Daniels second in 195-yard back; Matt Meyers first in 50-yard free and first in 100-yard breast; Tad Cooper third in 50-yard free second in 100-yard free, and second in 100-yard breast; Jim Rhodes first in 100-yard but- terfly, first in 100-yard free, and first in 100-yard back. R. Doyle-G. Glassford 209; M. Johnson-K. Wisecarver 221; H. Staubs-K. Sanders 214; J. Brand. A. Lambert 221; G. Rutherford. W. Guess 229; L. Anlbrose-G. Michael 217; J. Emmert-D. Ways 206; V. Catozella-H. Foreman 209; C. Kastle-T. Shade 201; M. Glenn-W. Glenn 210. A. Begeman-R. Ellison 221; C. Johnson-J. Orndorff 210; T. Bowers-B. Brooke 206; C. Clendening-D. Chapman 213; G. Myers-D. Freshe 215; R. Miller- B. Baker 213; R. Blackford-B. Hess 206; D. Fargo-B. Kelley 217; B. Blackford-B. Forestandi 220; C. Slusher-G. Moreland 203. D. Clendening-M. Bran- denburg 208; D. Ward-B. Boyce 199; M. Blackford-B. Payne 193; B. Appell-C. Hawkins 204; T. Johnson-R. Grimin 208; C. Peacher-L. Buckner 199; J. Ripple-G. Weaver 206; J. Propst- S. Denning 214; J. Appeli-R. Thames 202; S. Shoemaker-G. Jenkins 195. H. Adkins-G. Jenkins lbg;-- C. Bradley-J. Hager 229; J. Black- ford-C. Ashby 227; B. GOff-G. Fails 216; B. Smont-V. Shockey 216; D. Noland-B. Psiilas 222; J. Jennison-G. Bonito 213; S. An- derson-L. Hurm 216; B. Lanham-G. Allen 217; S. Gilman-C. Hopkins 224; P. Grant-& Nevlin 209; C. Caras-B. Goetz 200; J. Simons-B. Schmidt 197; J. Groves-J. Dubrueler 201. 4-H Saddle Club .Horse Show July 2 The Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club is.having a horse show Sunday, July 2, at the Jefferson County Fairground. It will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the Judges will be Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Godfrey, of Boyce, Va. They are members of the Maryland, Pennsylvania Horse Show Circuit. The entry fee will be $2.50 per class and cross- entering is permitted. All horses must have prod of. current cnggins test (negative) with them. These papers will he Checked before horses are permitted to enter the fairgrounds. Leetown Is One Focal Point For Recreation Program The Jefferson County summer recreation program, which began June 19th, is now well underway. About 30 children are enrolled for the Leetown County Park program. Because of unforeseen difficulties, the program at Summit Point will be discontinued. It should be noted that program time has been chaged so that hours of operation are now from 9:30 a.m. to I p.m. Children are to continue bringing lunch. During the week of July 3rd, the Leetown program will operate Wed- nesday, Thursday, and Friday, 5th, 6th, and 7th. Beginning the week of July 10th, the program will be expanded at Leetown to operate Monday through Friday. The program is sponsored by the Jefferson County Depart- ment of Parks and Recreation, and operated by R. J. Kaufman and Barb Bonnet, Shepherd College recreation students. Junior Tennis Awards To Three Jeffersonians .Susie Jamisun, David Ram- sburg, and Kerry Fries captured the top honors as the Jefferson Junior Tennis team held its awards program at the Jef- ferson County Memorial park on June 8. JamEson and Ramsburg earned the "Most Valuable Player" avards for the girls and hays teams respectively, while Fries was recognized for his undefeated season in singles play. The team was sponsored by the Jefferson County Parks and 'Recreation Commission. Schedule Set For Youth Tennis Team The inter-city youth tennis schedule for the Jefferson %%%%%%%%_. WARD MOBILE HOMES MONTHLY SPECIALS team ha" been set. The team, open to girls and boys ages 5-18, who are registered in the park tennis program, will play its first match on June 30. The complete schedule of matches is as follows: June 30 - Winchester, home, 12 noon; July S - Fountainhead, home, I p.m.; July 14 - Clark Co., away, I0 a.m.; July 21  Winchester, away, 10 a.m.; July 27. Foun- tainhead, away, 9:30 a.m.; July 28 - Clarke Co., home, 10 a.m.; and Westminster, away, 10 a.m. Closed Tennis Tourney Planned For Jefferson A closed Jefferson County tennis tournament for men and women is being planned for Jefferson County. The tour- nament will be held July 15-23, at the Jefferson County Memorial Park. The tournament is being sponsored by the Evening Journal newspaper. More details will be announced later. Deadline Nean For Applying knt00m Deer licenses Game biologists are expecting a near record harvest of an- tierless deer in 1978, according to James M. Rnckel, wildlife resources assistant chief. "Evaluations of the deer herd indicate that approximately 5,000 antlerless deer need to be harvested by hunters in a nine- county area to keep the herd in balance with the range," said Rucknel. "To achieve this proje goal, we are issuing 12,158 tierless deer licenses. Hunh who wish to participate in th.. hunt must mail an official ap- plication to the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, Application Section, P.O. Box 67, Elkins, W. Va., 26241 before July 31, 1978. Ap- plications received after July 31 will he automatically rejected." Successful applicants will be sent a notice of eligibility in October. The notice will indicate the county in which the applicant may hunt and provide in- structions for obtaining the license. "Every year we have hunters who wait until the last minute and fail to send the applications before the July 31 deadline and try in vain to get an antlerless license," said Rucknel. Deer Loses Mount In Panhandle Counties A total of 647 deer losses have been recorded in eight Eastern Panhandle counties during the Rrst four months of 1978, ac- cording to James M. Ruckel wildlife resources assistant chief. These losses included: 191 winter-starved; 160, killed by dogs; 183, killed in vehicle collisions; 24, killed by trains; 33, killed by illegal hunting; 45, killed by farmers with crop damage permits nd 11 fatally injured in fences, said Ruckel. "The '4,897 deer harvested during the 1977 antlerlees season prevented incalculable winter losses," said Ruckel. "Severe winter starvation net only kills, but also effects the reproductive capacities of surviving deer and is detrimental to the range." i Reports by field personnel indicate that most herds in these counties are large and that the 1978 season should be one of the ] te's best. 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PHONE: 703-667-2354 JUNE 15- 3-T The West Virginia Depart- ment of Natural Resources and the Opequon Chapter of Trout Unlimited are proposing the establishment of a fly - fishing - for - fun area on Cattail Run in Jefferson County. The area prescribed would extend from the State Route 9-3 crossing to where Cattail enters the Shenandoah River. Cattail Run is a limestone stream rich in insect life desirable for good trout growth, but is limited in acs for tucking, especially during periods of rainy weather. The agencies involved feel that better use can be made of the stream by maintaining a population of trout for the entire stream for Fly - Fishing - For - Fun. By returning every catch to the water, a .good supply of!fish will be maintained. The department of Natural Resources is asking for com- menls and opinions on changing the designation of Cattail Run. Comments received will help decide how the stream will be managed. "Buddy's Babe", Nearly Sold, Provides Owner With Five Straight Wins. ALL SMILES...Donald "Buddy" Lord is all smiles as he looks over the victories of Buddy's Babe. Buddy's Babe was nearly sold earlier this year but instead has run up a five-race win streak for his Martinsburg, W. Va., owner. Donald L. "Buddy" Lord was ready to sell his horse, Buddy's Babe, early this year but when the man that was interested didn't show up, Lord and trainer Chet Sharp decided to put the horse back in training. A better decision may have never been made as Buddy's Babe recorded his fifth straight victory on June at Shenandoah Downs. Lord, who operates Lord Brother's Wholesale Food Distributors in Martinsburg, has been in the horse race business Paper Recycling At Harpm Ferry Saturday, July 1 Saturday, July I, is paper recycling day at Harpers Ferry. County residents are urged to bring their accumulated papers and aluminum to the En- vironmental Council Recycling Center in hack of the Post Office between 9 and 12 noon. Volunteer members of the Harpers Ferry .District Environmental Council and area Boy Scouts will be on hand to receive the materials. Glass and tin cans can no longer be used since there is no market for them in this area. Re- use of paper is important in the nation's conservation program; every ton of paper recycled saves the cutting of about 17 trees. Aluminum items should be tested with a magnet since many tin cans look much like the aluminum ones. Recycling aluminum saves 90 percent of the energy required to make new ,'ans from ore. ISet Schedule At Old CT Library The Old Charles Town Library offers some new fiction and non- fiction this week. Anyone who loves dogs must read The Seventh One by Elizabeth Yates. This is a beautiful story based on the special relationship bet- ween a dog and its owner. The' Elizabeth Seifert fans will welcome her new novel Rebel Doctor, a spellbinding story about a rebel doctor and a young woman who had the courage to make a heart.rending decision. A new author, Jan Webster, has written the first of a trlology, Colliers Row, a novel about Scntland which begins in 1840 and will continue to the present day. Want to know the answers to your questions about the new social security law? Then read the book by Robert M. Ball entitled Social Security. A biography that will interest almost everyone is Heiress by William Wright. This is the fabulous story of the life of Marjorie Merriweather Post who took charge of a vast family fortune when she was twenty- seven and rode it with a full. throttle, life-relishing zest until her death at age 86. Families is a positive, deeply satisfyinl chronicle of Jane Howard's quest for the essence of family life and her experiences living with many different kinds of families all over the United States. The Presbyterian Reading Group presented the library with a book Holy Places of Christendom in memory of Mrs. J. Burns Huyett. All children belonging to the Summer Reading Program are reminded that time goes quickly and they should be reading to get their certificates. 1'he library will be closed July 3rd and 4th for the holiday. HARPERS BOLIVAB Mr. Dial Mrs. May Ferry, had all of her home on On Thursday, July be a cold plate Bolivar U.M. by the Bolivar beginning at 4:30 p.m under 6 years old are $2.00; over 12, $3.00. baked beans or potato salad, eggs, applesauce, coffee and cake will The Bolivar VacationBible held July 10-14, each evening. welcome. Mrs. Mattie Sunday dinner Virginia Singhas in Town. Saturda) Mattie Singhas were Dunn, Mr. Coleman Mrs. Ella Zombro. Mr. and Mrs. visited with Mr. Elsea in Front Mrs. Shirley Lanham, Md., since 1955. He got started when a regular rider for Sharp. mother, Mrs. friend; V. M. Jenkins of Ransou, "Anytime you win two in a row Sunday. talked him into a partnership on it gets you charged up for the Contributions to the a horse, third but after the third you start Lutheran Cemetery Since then "Buddy" has been to get a little greedy and want Fund were made hooked, and while he has had more. Wehave been lncky to win Mrs. Paul several good horses over the five in a row and it has to be the memory of his years, Buddy's Babe provided biggest thrill I have had in horse Mr. and Mrs. him with his biggest thrill by training," Lord said. memory of their capturing five races in a row. Lord was also quick to say that "We hadsome problems with the mare, Cara Lisette has Mr.Lester Buddy's Babe and were about t( produced several other winners, with his sell him for a show horse," Lord "She had Right Ruler, which her husband, said while sitting at his desk won better than $17,000 as a 3 is recuperating one morning recently. "When and 4-year-old before being illness of seven the buyer failed to show up, claimed for $5,000 at Laurel, Peter's Chet,(tra|nerChetSharp),andl then there was Proud and swick, N.J. talked it over and he felt that Mighty who has won his share of thank those who Buddy's Babe was coming along races over the years." made phone calls. better so we put him hack in training." His first start of the year was in January and he was out of the money. Since they Buddy's Babe has been in the winner's circle every, time he has raced. The string started on April 22 with a half-length victory over $2,000 claimers at 5 furlongs. In his next start, May 3, he won by seven lengths in a $2,000 six furlong test. On May 11, Sharp stepped Buddy's Babe up to a $3,250 tag and moved him out to a mile. He responded with a three length decision. His next trip postward was at Penn National on*May 21 at one mile. He was first again, this time by a half-length for a $3,200 tag. Buddy's Babe made it five in a row with a five length victory at Shenandoah Downs at one mile and 70 yards for a $3,500 claiming tag. Stanley Small was aboard the Bunny's Babe - Cara Lisette 5- year-old gelding when he won his first two starts but a serious injury sidelined Small and Troy Roberts has been up in his last three victories. Small is the NOTICE To Tax Pa, THE SHERIFF'S OffICE TAX DEPARTM WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY JULY THRU JULY 19 To Prepare Sheriff Settlement Howard W. Wilt, June 22-2-t Jefferson Co,I HARPERS FERRY WEST ViRGiNI, NEW INTEREST RATES Time Certificate of Deposit 1 Year.................... Time Certificate of Deposit 2Va Years 6  $ Time Certificate of Deposit 4 Years................... 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