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|6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 Park Happenings HAPPENINGS AT JEFFERSON MEMORIAL PARK Prize winners at the Jefferson Memorial Park pool on July 4 were: Randa Wasson and Elizabeth Bran- non, each a ten-day pool pass; Susie Waugh, a 20-day pool pass; and Lisa Wasson, a $10 cash prize. About 125 swimmers took part in the swimming and contests held through the day. Session II of the American Red Cross swim lessons will be held at the pool August 1-12. Morning classes for ages 8 and older will be offered for ad- vance beginners only. Evening classes for adults will be in beginners and ad- vance beginners only. All students must have a doctor's written permis- sion to take the lessons for summer 1988. Students from the July classes and new students who meet skill re- quirements may sign up at the pool of- fice. Last day to sign up is July 29. The Jefferson Junior' Open Tennis Tournament will be held at the park courts :July 26-29. Local players may pick up entry forms at morning league matches, teen night, or at the swim- ming pool office. Entry db.adline is Ju- ly 21. The annual invitational swim meet is Saturday, July 16. As is custom beth pools will be closed all day July 16. Park tennis players Dana Caniford, Andy Cross, Jeni Hess, and Shannon White attended tennis camp at West Virginia University during June. An American Red, Cross CPR class will be held at the swimming pool of- fice July 18, 19 and 20 from 6: 30 to 9: 30 p.m. each evening. Phone 725-8313 to register. Parents with toddlers (age 8 and under) swim on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 11 a.m. to 12 noon, has increased with the hot weather. The cost is 50 cents each. A team of junior tennis players from the park leagues will journey to Camp Timber Ridge July 22 for a day of singles and doubles competition. Ladies Golf With all the heat we still had eleven ladies out for Ladies Day on July 7th. The tournament of the day was Throw Out Three Worst Holes. Thanks to Dottle Gillwald for running Ladies Day since I had to be out of town. The winner of the tournament was Harriet Hayes (there's that name again) with a net 32 after throwing out 22 strokes (three worst holes) and deducting her handicap of 45. As I said last week, that handicap is coming down. Harriet continues to improve. She broke the 100 mark for the first time with a score of 99. Way to go, Har- riet, keep plugging. The low medalist of the day was Norma Bowers with a 93. There was a tie for Low Putts bet- ween Frances Gatzaella and Bert Thomas with just thirty-one putts. " Harriet chipped in on No. 5 and No. 17 for birdies. Bert Thomas knocked one in from the fringe on No. 16 for a birdie. How sad it is to see our beautiful course burning up before our eyes. It will certainly help if players will keep their cart in the rough and behind the ropes. However, there is one positive thing about the drought. If you can't score low numbers on these hard fairways - you're never going to score. We have quite a large field signed up for the upcoming Presidents Cut on July 21st and 22nd. If you haven't signed up there is still time. i l il i Nancy IOth. Leanne Heath said, "If we shoot too many birdies and eagles the game will become extinct." From Fred Cor- coran, "One of life's cruelest moments is a hole-in-one without any witnesses." And "What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and three putts the last green." This from the Lady GoLfer's Bible - "GoLf's Greatest Tip - You will never be a good golfer unless you have com- plete confidence in your ability. All fine golfers agree that you must think, swing and play with confidence. The secret to obtaining confidence is - be certain you are swinging correctly to your own potential, and to concentrate but still remain relaxed. See your pro regularly for a check-up." Blue Devils Lead Narrow In Youth Tennis League JEFFERSON MEMORIAL PARK Youth Tennis Standings Team W L Blue Devils,. 6 1 Tigers 5 l Bears 4 2 Trojans 3 3 Wildcats 3 4 Lions 1 5 Vikings 0 6 -- Results Past Week -- July 5 - Bears 8, Lions 1; Tigers 5, Wildcats 4. July 6 - Blue Devils 8, Tigers 1; Tro- jans 5, Bears 4; Wildcats 7, Vikings 2. July 7 - Trojans 7, Vikings 2; Blue Devils 6, Wildcats 3. -- Matches This Week -- July 14 - 9:00 - Tigers vs Bears, 31:00- Lions vs Blue Devils. July 15 - 9:00 - Tigers vs Vikings, i Wildcats vs Lions. July 18 - 9:00 - Vikings vs Blue Devils, 13:00- Lions vs Trojans. July 19 - 9:00 - Bears vs Wildcats, 11:00 - Blue Devils vs Tigers July 30- 9:00- Bears vs Lions, 11:00 - Wildcats vs Tigers; 1:00 - Vikings vs Trojans July 23 - 9:00 - Wildcats vs Vikings, 31:00 - Blue Devils vs Bears, The Blue Devils defeated the Tigers, 8-1, on July 6, to move into a one-half game lead over the Tigers in the Jefferson County Memorial Park Youth Tennis League. Steve Jovanelly, Chris Walter, and Chaz Shultz of the Trojans each won two singles matches as the Trojans won twice to remain in contention for the regular season title. i TUSCA WILLA I=IILLS iiiiiii Nancy Roth Dial 725-5448 NEW ADDRESS -- Now that everyone has had their address labels and envelopes and checks printed up with box numbers and route numbers upon them the Charles Town Post Of- , rice has decided to chpnge our ; addresses. :- From now on the only thing ,*hey want on our address is our box number ., with the letter T. Now we are to drop e ,th word box and drop the route number. I have about 500 more return labels with the word box on them and being the frugal person I am I will not throw them away. I reckon I'll just have to cross out the word box. Have you noticed that our mail is dehvered about four hours earher? I had a word with Mary Brackett, our delivery person, and she said we :should get our mail between 12 noon : and 1 p.m. BURNED UP LAWNS -- Mother , Nature hasn't been too kind to all the new grass sown around Tuscawilla. Al rHooper is trying to get the grass Istarted but he does need some cooperation on the water works from ,above. ' We can finally ride out of Tuscawilla Hills without jarring everything loose Isn t the new road out to Route 51 j,ust great? Like a super highway, the I hope folks will not treat it as such. It is just a smooth traveling slowly. REMEMBER to keep our cars lock- ed and your homes also. The thieves are out hunting for drug money. Do you remember the days when we could go away for the day and leave our house opened. And when we didn't have to worry with the bother of lock- ing our car, ever? Those days are gone, folks. Lock everything. WELCOME VANESSA -- Tuscawilla Hills is pleased to welcome an exchange student from France this summer. Vanessa Wendling, daughter of M. and Mine. Bernard Wendling of Digne, France, will be spending a month as a guest of Robin Schreiber and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Schreiber and sister Jenny. The Schreibers live on Packett Drive. Last summer Robin visited the Wendling family in Digne during the month of July. While there, Vanessa, her parents and her brothers, Loie and Antoine, showed Robin the sights of the south of France. Their excursions included Nice, the French Riviera, Monaco, the French Alps, a day in Ita- ly, Cannes, Marseilles, the beautiful French countryside and they spent some time in Paris. As part of the exchange program, arranged by Mrs. Senseney, the Jef- ferson High school French teacher, the visiting student becomes immersed in French family life, customs and speaks the language almost exclusive- ly. For Robin this was a wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Robin and her family hope to pro- vide a similar experience for Vanessa. Some of the activities planned during her visit include trips to Washi, D.C. (including a tour of the White House), Baltimore and the Inner Har- bor, several days at Rehoboth Beach, i Kings Dominion, excursions into Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as beautiful West Virginia. When Vanessa leaves in August she will go to New York State to spend some time with another American girl who visited her last year. The Schreibers are hoping she will be able  to return to Charles Town in the fall as their guest and to visit an American high school with Robin. this  . Also visiting with the Schreibers week are Kent's sister, Jean Roumell and her 17-year-old daughter, Cathy, from South Bend, Ind. i i MUSIC THEATER FEATURES 'EVlTA' The Shenandoah Summer Music Theater at Shenandoah College and Conservatory will present "Evita" Ju- ly 13-14 in Armstrong Auditorium. Set in the 1930's, "Evita" is the story of Eva Peron's struggle to surpass her beginning and become the most powerful woman in Argentina. Tickets are $9 for Friday and Satur- day evening performances and $8 for Wednesday and Saturday matinees, and Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evening performances. Senior citizens and children are entitled to a discount ticket ($6) for matinees. Curtain times: matinees 2:30 p.m., Sunday evenings 7 p.m., all other per- formances at 8 p.m. The campus restaurant, The Upstage, will be open at $8 per person before each show. For performance and dinner reser- vations, call 703-655-4569. The pool still has party openings for Friday and Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.4n July and August. Phone 725-8313 w,.details. The doubletgam of Shannon White and Dana Canff0rd won a consolation trophy and gained experience while taking part in the Plymouth Women's Doubles Tennis Tournament at the Columbia Country Club July 30. The park pavilions may be reserv- ed for outings by calling Pesy Turner at 725-5792. Reservations should be made well in advance. In the super high school age girls tennis challenge held on July 6 the final standings were: Stacey Hough, Shannon White, Chelie Writ, Jeni Hess, Dana Caniford, Cathy Jacobs, Regan Shultz, Missy Clem, J.J. Osbourn, and Christie Bittinger. Monday night teen matches slated for July 18, have team Eric vs. team Jason at 6 p.m., and team Steve vs. team Mike at 7:30 p.m. Litter, particularly around the ten- nis courts and pavilions, has become a problem. Let's all pitch in and use the nearest trash cans as soon as you are finished with the soda can or can- dy wrapper. The Jefferson County Memorial Park is supported by the United Way of Jefferson County. Filly Stakes Services Set CHARLES TOWN -- Thanks to donations from three of Charles Town's top breeders, stallion services have been acquired for the Sadie Hawkins Stakes. The Sadie Hawkins, to be run September 17, is a unique event. Aside from the purse of $20,000-added, a stallion service which must be used during the 1989 breeding season is awarded to the owners of the top three finishers. This year's stallions are Aye's Turn, donated by John D. McKee; Noble Ti- tle, donated by Donald P. Saville; and Comical Clown, donated by James A. Johnson. Aye's Turn, which stands at Beau Ridge Farms in Bunker Hill, is quick- ly making a name for himself as one of West Virginia's top young stallions. The son of Best Turn-Winking Aye, by Mite has two allowance-winning two- year-aids on the track so far this year: M.G.'s Turn and Sadie's Turn. In ad- dition, Apple Turn, another two-year- old, recently broke his maiden in only his third start. Noble Title, which stands at Heaven- ly Acres Farm in Kearneysville, is the sire of the multiple-stakes winning mare, Why Jan. Why Jan has won five of her last six races, including Charles Town's last three stakes, and has amassed over $220,000 in winnings. No- ble Title is by Prince John, a son of Princequillo, and is out of the Sword Dancer mare, Dancing Hostess. Comical Clown, which stands at Tres J. Farm in Shenandoah Junction, is the son of champion sprinter Shecky Greene and the Hospitality mare, Pat's Mama. Comical Clown's offspr- ing include the multiple-stakes winner Famous Comic and Three Ring Cir- cus, currently one of Charles Town's top fillies. Nominations for the Sadie Hawkins, which is for fillies and mares, three- years-old and upwards, close August 31. Cool Spot on Hot The Jefferson County Memorial Park swimming popular place to cool off during the recent hot spell in opens each day at 1 p.m. for recreational public Glenn Edwards) YES!! 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