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- ,,J ,,, " ...... " - w an From my piggy bank to the big bank, where Mommy and Daddy keep their money.., that's where my money goes, too. I'm saving for my college education through my own Savings Account. My Bank pays interest to little girls. PARENTS! WATCH YOUR SAVINGS GROW WITH SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. We now pay 3!/2 % Interest on all Savings Accounts We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits action in the mixed Scotch Foresome event now un- derway at the Sleepy Hollow Golf stud Country Club will take place this weekend with the teams of P," M re snd D. Noland and G. Houser and J. Jones, meeting in the final match. In the first match list weekend the team of Moore No|and defeated B. Smoot ind 1#. Grant jdn or Jones led the Houser Jones team to vic- tory over Evelyn Grant and A. Palumbo. The firml match is expected to be a most interesting one since the Moore and N la d team will be spotting the Houser and Jo es team two ~ke& ...... I4a othe@ ac ti the Sleepy HaNow ub, the " qflalff ;ifig ro s for the flight tournament have been started on a pay before you play basis. A_nd'a feW s ores" are mlready in at time, but a further report on this play will By BARBARA HOOPER be providedne t week. Qualify- rounds must be yed with ' ' u least other per n who is The President's Ctrp start- ualifying. The lowest 16 will go. od-Thursday we played the first the cham o l flig t. I18 holes of this 36-hole tourna- The first rotmd losers in the lment, sponsored by Dr. Sleepy make up the I Glenn. The first round results first f ight and e ch succeeding I are official and all tied up by flig with consist of eight play- I Cindy Cain (our new teen-age In case Of flights WillJ member) and,P_ol!y Moore (one be completed according to the'l of our "older members). Both lowest handicap, co estants came in with a 71 net Also last Sunday at the Sleepy sc re. Cindy shot a 102-31-71 and ~k)llow Club. the Martinsbttrg Potly had to sl~oot a~ 89-I8.71 to Club team tie up the score. CongratulationJ vlc- to both first-round leaders and tory over the Ho~low especially to Polly. This is her golfer The Martinsburg team was led to the victory by Jack $uther- |told, owner of the M rt nsburg Scoring poin for the Sleepy Hollow team were: M. Polen first.time to break 90! Good go- ing, "coach." The second round will be played Thursday, July 21st. We journeyed to Frederick's V, F. W. Course last Tues, and Bill Benton, C. Ham- for a Home and Home. Those l ann and A. Hooper, C. Cun- of you who haven't played this ham and $, Gitmav 1; G, course have missed quite a chall- Myers and ing R. Board enge. And those of us who have B. Roth, p'=; E. I)t.l ard and played would like another chance Brown, R, B ckford a Number 7! It a nice day ~td D. W~t, ~; O. K~stle and R. R. Clipp and N. L. and we ware beaten 11 to by some pretty nice women. Point winners for Charles Town -- BrOwn-era Cooper 2 points; P. Moore-Biddy Smoot pt. and M. : A. Hammmm-N. Roth pt, Mary " "Ann H. won low gross 91 and Ym Of American cooper won low net 105.29-86. Lea e Sunda At The America LRtle League; Will face a re~'tl test Sunday evening When they take on a team of AH- Stars selected from among the Prior to the l laylr of the game Redl Ge nimo, comman. We started the firs round of the Championship Tournament on July t9th. Good putting to one and Watdh for results. eign War Post 3522, Will present an American flag to league offi- cials for use the league ball park. Leroy Wave, commRtee chair- man for the VFW, wilt- have the VFW Color Guard Ime mnt for the ceremony which will get under- way 6:45 p.m. |i Be Wise- Advertise selves Thursday evendng, July 14' |---S - Law0n when they scored a one-sided 28-3 victory over the still winless Braves. Pierson and Knicely worked on the mound for the Giants and they limited tbe Braves to just three hits and three runs, two of the runs coming in the third frame on an error and two hits. KniceIy also led the hitting for the Giants, with four singles in six times at ba~. The Giants moved into a sec- ond-inning 7-1 lead and coasted to the victory. On July 12 the Dodgers scored a 214 victory over the Braves, with Thompson and Ott combin- ing onthe mound for the Dodg- ers to limit the Braves to just three hits. Ott, with a double and two sin- gles, led the batting attack for the Dodgers. Monday evening, July 18, the Yankees scored a 7-3 victory over the Dodgers despite the fact they were outhit by the Dodgers 7-5. P. Dorsey limited the Dodgers to seven hits, while Thompson and Ott combined to limit the Dodgers to seven hits. Ott had two singles to lead the Dodgers at the plate and S. Welch bad a pair of singles for the Yankees. ":an Loop AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing of Teams Y One of the most successful ten- nis tournaments which the Jeff- em n County County Jaycees have ever staged in Charles Town and Jefferson County, was com- pleted Thursday night, July 7, on the courts at Jefferson County Memorial Park, with Terri Law- son, Debbie Merchant, Pat Dot- soy, Glen Edwards and Craig Kastle emerging as the winners and champions in the various classes of play. A total of 23 boys and girls participated in the single elim- ination two-day affair which be- gangan Wednesday, July 6, and was completed Thursday night, July 7. And with conclusion of the final match trophies were pre- sented to the respective champ- ions by Jaycee President Donald Clendening, who also expressed appreciation to Dickie Ebersole, director of the Summer recreat- ion program at the Jefferson Memorial Park, for his assistance in staging and running the tourn. ament, and also to C. T. Smith, who served as tournament direct- or. Possibly the most hotly con- tested m tch and one of the most saw battle in the second that Kastle was able to best Clipp, and win the championship. On Wednesday, July 6, the first and second round el iminlations,- i, were held. Susie Chamblin de- feated Barbara Spalding and Ter- ri Lawson beat Debbie Marshall in the 9-12 age girls. B. J. Allara defeated P~t Spalding but was beaten by Debbie Merchant as Debbie Dorf bested Jody Butler, all in the 13-15 age girls. The 9-12 boys first rounds were won by Pat Dorsey and Keith Webb over Art Webb and David Dorsey respectively. In the 13-15 boys, David Hamstead edged Ricky Funk, and then beat Mike Rodgers. Ne , Danny Nichols whipped Charles Printz but then lost to Glenn Edwards. The 16-18 age boys first round was played Tuesday night with Craig Kastle besting Bill Senseney and Johnny Ctipp beating Bill Merchant. The finals were played Thurs- day night ras the play and com- petition became more intense. The girls 9-12 competition found Terri Lawson besting Susie Cham- blin 9-5. The 13-15 girls was won by Debbie Mercl~an, t 6-2, 6-3. In exciting ones of the tournament the boys competition, Pat Dorsey was the final one staged Thurs- took top honors in the 9-12 age day night between Craig Kastle group by defeating Keith Webb and Johnny CIipp for the champ- 9-7. Glenn Edwards proved to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1966 Boyd Hammon fought set. Scores for the singles matches were: Ricky Fund (CT)) over Lonnie Seward (W) 6-4; Boyd Hammon ((W) over Dannl Nicho,ls (CT) 7-5; Mike Rogers (CT) over Tom- my Monal an (W) 6-2; Dave Ham- stead (CT) over Billy Gentry (W) 6-4; Glenn Edwards (CT) over Joe Dameron (W) 64; and 8-6 in a hard Craig Kastle (CT) over Kern (W)) 6-1. The double scores were: Dorsey and Robbie Cain over Tommy Monahan and Hammon (W) 8-6; wards and Danny Nichol. over Billy Genry and Joe ron (W) 6-1; and Cra, ig and David McDonald Lonnie Seward and (W) 64. MANY OUTSTANDING VALUES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Remember To: OPEN FRIDAY-- SATURDAY TILL 9:00 P. M. Team Twins Cards Astros Mets Won Lost ionship of the boys 16-18 age hold the upper hand in the 13-14 group. Kastle won the first set iboys as he beat David Hamstead 3 Ways.. To Shop.At_ Leggett's 6-1, but. it was. only after.a see in consecutive sets 6-1 and.6-2.. 8 ~0 The Turf Diner bowlers rolled points, followed by Bobby Han- the high team game of the night, kins with 23 markers. RESULTS OF PAST WEEK July 12---Astros 25, Cards 3 July 14---Twins 19, Cards 11 July 15---Astros 32, Mets 4 July 18--Astros 13, Twins 11 0 GAMES ON TAP July 21--Astros vs. Mets 0 The Twins clinched the chum- pionship of the American Little an 815 and also the high team set score 2340. The Smelt Insurance Agency had the second high team score for the night, 804 and high team set score of 2318. The high individual game score went to B. Speg, with a 220 and H. Britner had the high in- dividual set score with a 617. COACH Wednesday, July 13, the Royals began to make their move in the Summer Baketball League as they squeeked by the Aces 91-90. Led by the fantmstic shooting of Bobby Hankins with 49 points, the Royals came back after being down 8 points at halftime. For the losing Aces Glenn Edwards scored 30 points followed by Bud- dy Lanham with 29 markers. Thursday, July 14, the Lakers (WE WILL CASH YOUR PAYROLL CHECK) tim final week of action, a two- for 13 hits and 25 runs. Lewis way dogfigM has developed be- Hosby led the Astres' hitting tWee the Cubs and Indians fvrlwith a triple and three doubles the league pennant, with the' in five trips to the plate. Gloats, now in third place just Friday, July 15, the Astrvs merely holding onto a slim oat- blasted the Mets by a 324 score, side pennant chance. Both teams as Lewis Hosby pitched a four- still have four games to play hitter ut the Mets and George While the Giants have 0nly three, Anderson led his team at the ore of them with the Indians. plate with a triple, double and The Cubs solidified their hold four singles in six times at bat. first place Jmy 15 by soun y Monday, July 18, the Astros trouncing the Indians by a 22-3 chalked up their third co secu. scor in what was expected to be tire victory of the week by down- ing the Twins 13-11. Both teams ~:otty scored by more runs than ITi,ts. con ed and crucial bat. Terry Finneg n got the victory for the Twins and S. Stanton who gave up 0nly six hits had the loss. Baseball League Thursday eve- FROM PAGE 1--,B moved in, to first place with an 89. ning, July 14, by scoring a 19-11 Charles Town High School to ~o '8~ win over the Globe Trotters. v!etory over the second-place with the Job Center. - I Led by the scoring of Zip Lorenz, Cards after they had been given And with Sims and Taylor i w bbLAcp el , aR Ch2ajrdpoMnUlS CHARLES TOWN STORE an assist Tuesday evening, July gone from the Panther coaching ..... ere 12 by the Astros. , ....... , ,-~ .......... t ...... hA.~n,~d ~cot* ~itm-re In this battle Sam Stanton staff Urilli-m Irespec veiy' -me aK rs w Always FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS be the only veteran member of ,::. hurled a one-hitter at the Card,s, the staffaround thisAu~ust[~coreu zv rmm~ ~t~z- ~.e ~u~e~ " I but 18 walks, plus several hit ' followed by Dean Coyle with 24 when the 1966 crop of Charles[ ~,,;a~, T, h, ~ +~,~ T~.,~I~ ~~"~~ batsmen and a host of errors per- Tow High grid hopefuls report ] .. NATIONAL LEAGUEmitted the Cards to score 11 . , ...... s ....................... /rOU CAN Standing of Teams points. ..... for thezr pre-seas(m drills. [Globe Trotters with an 83-75 vie- _ .... rne rwms nao to come trom On June 10 the Board of Edu-[torv in overtime Bobby Hun- Team won i.os behind to win,' howler, pushing eatio roamed George Zamberlan[kins had 30 for the victors fol- Cubs 9 2 [ten runs in the fifth frame to go of Keystone in McDowell County, [lowed by J T Kitchen with 26 Indians 8 3 [ ahead of the Cards. Miller, Jones to fill, the vacancy created by ] For the losing Globe Trotters Giant 7 5 ]and Downey all worked for the Way?lor s resignation. He will, be|scott Whitmore scored 37 points ---TilE--- Yankees 6 6 [Cards in this frame. Sam Stun- asmsmnt .......... footbarl and DasKetoa~,I [ but the margin of v' ctory came coacn an(/ repmees rlarola (~.Ip)| for the Rovals when Dean Covle Dodgers 5 7 I ton went the distance for the Lorenz, asmsta~, prmmpal Of,with 23 poin~s for the Trotters "~ Advocate Braves 0 12 [ Twins. " ...... Charles Town H gh as head base-[ fouled out at the start of the -----o----- I The only hit which Stanton m RESULTS OF PAST WEEK l gave up went to Bob Willingham ball coach. [ overtime period. July 12---Dodgers 21, Braves 4 I in the first frame. Sims came to the Charles Town Monday, July 18, the Lakers, July 13--Indians 6, Yankees 3 I David Alger led the hitting at- High post in August 1961. [fighting to in first place, In Charles Town, l anson, Jefferson July 14--Giants 28, Braves 3 [ tack for the Twins With a double- ~ ~ I snuck by the Aces 79.77. After July $--C1 ubs 22, Indians 3 t and two singles in four trips to Win being behind 6245 at the end of July 18--Yankees 7, Dodgers 3 I the plate. I! II| the 3rd quarter the Aces caught County And Surrounding Areas: , o I Prior to this game, however, fire behind a 42-point perform- GAMES ON TAP [the Astros had just about |n once by Buddy Lanham and it July 21---Indians vs. Braves i knocked the Cards out of the pen- v =mtt took a basket by Richard Mills Regularly -- At The Following July 27,--Dodgers vs. Cubs ]nant race for the Twins by scor- | with 13 seconds left to pull out July 25--Braves vs. Yankees I ing a 25-3 victory over the Cards. a victory for the Laker Zip July 26---Indians vs. Cubs ' Terry Finneg~n limited the RECOE~,,~ ~-~ ~, Lorenz and Bobby Appell led the CHARLES TOWN July 27--Giants vs. Braves and Cards to just four hits and three Lakers with 26 and 25 po'nts - July 29--Dodgers vs. Indians runs, with three of the hits, all Standing of Teams spectively. Buddy Lanham was COLONIAL NEWS-STAND c sirtgles c Uected by Don Miller. Team Won Lost followed in scoring by Alvin MOFFETT'S PHARMACY With play in the National Lit- t At the same time the Astros Lakers 7- 3 Mills with 29 points for the Aces. PAUL'S SUPER MARKET tle Baseball League moving into were blasting three Card pitchers Aces 5 5 MILLER'S MEAT MARKET Globe Trotters5 5 Chades Town Netmen WHITE'S SUPER MARKET Royals ~ 3 7 After two consecutive weeks in Winchester For which there was a three-way tie for the lead in the Jefferson Of County Memorial Park Recrea- tion Basketball League, the Lak- The recer tly organized Charles ers finally broke the deadlock by Town tennis team scored Rs first chalking up a pair of victories, victory of the season Friday aft- And the Royals also proved they ernoan on the courts at Jeffer- can win by scoring a pair of son Oottnty MemoriM Park in victories. Charles Town, downing a team Tuesday evening, July 12, the from Winchester, Va., by a score last-place and hard-luck R0yals, of 8-1. dropped another heart.breaking A fair size crowd was on hand Jimmy WMker and Jeff Anders pitched and bat ed the Cubs to their out-sided victory, with Walker limiting the Indians to three hits, one of them a lmme run by A. Carroll, while Anders was leading the 20-hit attack of the Cubs, with a pair of home runs and two singles. He drove in a total of five runs and scored four himself.. Scott Anders also had three ngles to l elp in the Cub batting attack. B. Moler and. K. Carroll workefl on the mound for the Indians, but neither proved to be able stop the POWer of the Cubs' bats. Prior to this battle, the Indians had managed to puff even with the Cubs in the league race by scoring a clo 6-3 vidt0ry Over the Yankees July 13. This was umiou edly the best played game of the week With both K. Carroll of the I dians and Webb of the Yankees turning in fine pitching performances. Ca - rolfi l ld the Yankees to three runs (m eight hits, hfle the In- dians l~icked Webb for six runs on rune hits. Bruce P. Moler ,led the hitting attack for the Indian three singles in three trips to the plate, while P. Dorsey and D. Dorsey each had two hRs far the Yan- kees. The Giants managed to keep the door to the pennant chum- ,pioaship to PEOPLES DRUG STORE ACME MARKET CONKLYN'S STORE MARKET MANOR S. W. LINK RANSON RANSON GROCERY CO. JOHN'S RESTAURANT SANITARY GROCERY Wins By Turf Diner, Smoot Insurance Brlnos About Close Loop Race Victories last week by the Smoot I surance Agency and the Turf Diner, both Charles Town en, tries,~,' have resulted in the Man- day Night Commercial Bowling League bec0niing a very close race with only 3 poinds separat- .ins the first and last place teams... Their victories also made it possible for tthe Slusher Citgo bowlers, another Charles Town on, try, to stay on top of the league s udings by one point. Smoo Insurance Scored a 3-1 victory over the second-place Rockwell team Monday night and the Turf Diner dowried Spickler by the same score. Slusher's on the other ha d dropped a 3-1 de- cision to last-place Criswell's. With the completi'on -of the July 11 action, St her's was tidJ on top with a 20-16 mark; Rock- well's was second with 19-17; Spickler's Sports Center wa, s third decision, this time by 80-75 to witness the ma ch which saw score to the Globe Trotters. It most of the sets being close was the hot shooting of Scott ones. Whitmore, with 47 po wts, that Steve Dorsey and Robbie Cain proved to be the margin of vic- teamed up to pick up the win ing tory for the Trotters. For the point for Charles Town by de- losing Royals J. T. 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