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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17,1978 & Park Swim Team e Showing In Big rE Triangular Meet July 26, the Park Swim Team Chambersburg, Pa., meet with Y and Guilford Hills. being outmanned, managed 180 points. with over I00 won the meet with close second. for Jefferson was for the tyke girls, i Kidwell was 4th in the 25 back, 4th in the Stephanie Strader ,3rdin and 2nd in the 50 free. the tyke bogs, Garth was 5th in the 25 free, 4th free; Andrew Skinner I00 I.M., 5th in the Pindell was 4th in Y and 25 back, and 2nd in cadet girls division, was 4th in the 50 in the 50 breast; Jill was 4th. in the 100 Hough was 5th in for the cadet boys, was 5th in the 50 d.50 breast; Kevin Hines tn the 50 hack; Derran Was 5th in the I00 free and the 50 fly. the high scoring prep Julie Banner had three One in the 50 free, the 100 50 fly; Audrey Strader the 50 free and 4th in Tracey Kidwell was 2nd in the 100 free, 5th in the 50 fly, 3rd in the 100 I.M.; Jade Charley was 2rid in the 100 I.M., and 50 breast and 1st in the 50 back; Judy Spalding was 5th in the 50 breast. In the prep boys, David Meyers was 5th in the 50 and 100 free and 50 back; Mikey Pindell was 4th in the 50 fly, 100 I.M., and 50 breast. For the junior girls, Laura Strange was 4th in the 50 free and I00 free; Katherine Whiting was 3rd in the 200 I.M.. I00 fly and I00 breast; Valorie Creamer was 5th in the 100 free, 3rd in the 100 back and 4th in the 100 breast; Carla Puckett was 5th in the I00 free and 3rd in the 100 back. Scoring for the junior boys, Chris Bush was 5th in the 50 free 4th in both the 100 free and I00 back; Willie Pindell was 5th in the I00 breast. For the senior girls, Mary Barker was 2rid in the 50 free, 4th in the 200 I.M., and 3rd in the 100 free; Jodi Servia was 3rd in the 50 free, 4th in the 100 fly and 100 back. Scoring for the senior boys, Matt Meyers was 1st in the 200 I.M., 3rd in the 100 free and 1st ir the 100 breast; Jim Rhodes was 1st in the 50 free, 1st in the 100 fly and 100 back; Tad Carper was 5th in the 50 free, 4th in the 100 free and 2nd in the 100 breast. Entrants Win Ten Trophies St. James Jr. Tennm Tourney County entrants five first place trophies James junior tennis held the week of 7-11 at the St. James club in Hagerstown. residents also claimed trophies in the competition. Singles were won by and David while the doubles of Harry Barker - Carl David Ramsburg - Keiter, and Allison Leslie Skinner also victories. boys 16 and under Harry Barker teammate 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, in a title match. Barker to the final round Fries, a of the junior team last While Jackson topped High's number one Turner, 6-2, 6-2, in action. 14 and under title Ramsburg nipped junior teammate ,7-5, in another County finals. South Hagerstown two player, Matt Ramsburg downed top junior player to advance to match. 16 and under boys Bird Season Sept. 1 Virginia's 1978 bird hunting will mourning dove on September 1, to James M. Rnckel, assistant Said, "To obtain hunting and benefits from both and resident birds, will have a split dove season which I - October 31 25 January 2, per day and Virginia rails will be September 11 - with a daily hag limit of 2S. snipe season will consecutive days, hour before I and ending 2 at sunset. id, "Our woodcock three-way split, II . September 19; " December 2; and t willheSand limit I0. than usual Season this year snipe and raft is experimental. hunting period in y designed doubles finals, it was another all county match as Barker and Jackson teamed up to down Mike Smith and Craig Kershner of the Jefferson junior team, 6-0, 6-4. The boys 14 and under title[ match had Ramsburg-Keiterl topping Long-Benchoff, 6-4, li Ramsburg and Keiter were spring's top pair for the Jef- ferson junior team, while Barker and Jackson are the top duo at Jefferson High. In still another all Jefferson County finals, Allison Ramey and Leslie Skinner downed Marie Cain and Patricia Spear, 6-2, 6-4. Deanna Spunich and Kenneth Tyler both pulled several upsets before failing to the eventual champions in their respective [age groups. Chris Smith and Richard Tyler were runners-up in the boys 12 and under doubles. Additional Jefferson County players who played well in this tournament were: Gary Leslie, Sidney gamey, Danny Mills, Mike Gore, Willie Pindell. Rodd gamey, Kelly Colbert, Kelly Weese, Powell Owens, Sharon Benner, Catherine Whiting, Susie Jamison, Laurie Hoff- master, Sherry KelLer, Barbara Fargo and Kathy Lloyd. Jefferson County for the second year in a row had the most participants and most winners of the 14 clubs and four states represented in the tour- nament. to permit the public to par- ticipate in a woodcock handing - population study at the Mc- Clintic Wildlife Station near Point Pleasant." Ruckel also pointed out that the shooting hours for snipe, woodcock and rafts are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset each day. Shooting hours for mourning doves shall be noon to sunset each day of the season except Sunday, when all hunting is prohibited by state law. Pro Prize Mmq Winners In Pro.Am Classic Announced A breakdown of the listings of the Professional golfers who won money in the recent Charles Town Pro-Am Classic was an- nounced Tuesday as follows: Dick Canney Chantilly, $720.00; Mac Main, Lengwood, $540.00; Larry Ringer, U.S. Naval Academy, $400.00; Don Gundry, Montgomery Village, $286.67; Pete Malphrus, Eagle Head, $286.67; Mel Rifman, B.W.I. Driving Range, $286.66; Luther Showaker, Faraway, $166.67; Dean Evans, Waynesboro, $168.67; Ran Terry, Edgewood, $166.66; Tom Smack, Caroline, $126.67. Fred Ryder, Belair, $126.67; Willis Johnson, Green Hill, $126.66; David Jimenez, Win- tergreen, $166.00; Nelson Bell, 'Swan Creek, $100.00; Paul i Mosca, Fort Meade, $73.34; Billy Phillips, Winchester, $73.33; Mark Alwln, Woodholme $73.33; Bruce Lehnhard, Evergreen, $45.00; Mike McGinnls, Holly Hills, $45.00; Clarke Emery, Washington G. and C.C., $45.00, and Barry Fuhrman, Wondholme, 45.00. JEFFERSON HIGH ATHLETIC BOOSTERS TO MEET TONIGHT Members of the Jefferson High Athletic Boosters Association and prospective members will meet tonight, Thursday, Aug. 17, at 7:30 p.m., at the high school stadium. It is very important that there be a good turnout since a number of important matters are to he discussed and hopefully acted upon. Stephanie Strader Is Swimmer Of Week This week's swimmer of the week is Stephanie Strader. A newcomer to the team, Stephanie, after only several practices, turned in some very impressive times in her events. Stephanie swims in the tyke division which is always very competitive. Scoring very well in her recent meets Jefferson expects her to perform well in the upcoming league cham- piooships. Discount Cars, Turf Motel Win Sunday In action in the Jefferson County Fast-Pitch League this past Sunday, the Discount Car batsmen defeated Tyerars by a 3-I score; and the Turf Motel defeated the Thoroughbreds by a 6-2 score. Le.ague president Tom Coffin said'there will not he any league action this Sunday since the Turf Motel, Thoroughbreds and TOP Brass teams, the latter of: Martinsburg, will he traveling to.i participate in another tour- nament. go-Pitch Toumament To Be Staged Local00/ Muscular Dplrophy The last weekend in August, the Jefferson County Slo-Pitch League will stage an invitational tournament on the Halltown diamonds as a benefit for the Muscular Dystrophy drive in Jefferson' County. Entries are still being accepted for the tournament, the deadline having been set for August 21. Teams interested in par- tiipating should contact Tom Coffin at 725-7866. The tournament is being sponsored by the 7-II Store all U.S. Route 340. l_= - ' .....  _-   SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-224O The Swords of Spirit will be special guest singers on Sunday, Aug. 20, at the Silver Grove U.M. Church, starting at 7:30 p.m. Congratulations to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Blue Ridge Mt. Fire Unit who won first place in the parade in Harpers Ferry oil Thursday. We would like to thank everyone who made the festival a success on Saturday at the Silver Grove U.M. Church. Mr.and Mrs. Roland Stauba d Baltimore, Md., were visitors Thursday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of Martinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and Jeff and Kim of Leesburg, were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Miss Pam Staubs and Mrs. Juanita Buz- zard and daughters were guests Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rndgers. Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers were guests Sunday with Mr. Frank Rodgers of Mecbanlc- stown. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Shirley Chapman were guests Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Badgers and Seottie of Bolivar, where they attended a party. Mrs. Frances gadgets was a guest Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Norma Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters, were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family d Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy and son of Knoxville, Md., were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and grand- \\; R 6% 61/00% 71/2% 7%% 1 !IF.AR 2Ve lqEABS 4 YEARS ,=,ms m DEPOSIT sr $1,@OO $1JH $1,1NN) INCREMENTS OF 8 YEARS $1,000 $100 $500 $SO0 $S00 $5OO PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUAULY & AT MATUItlTY QUAa'mu. $1HqI-ANNUALL ANNUALLY & AT MATUMMI QUaY SB41-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY& AT MATURITY SEMI-ANNUAY ANNUALLY & AT MATUMITY QUMrrERL SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITy Federal regulations require a penalty for eady withdrawal Interest payable monthly on all certificates of $10.000 or more. E$ 8AHK OF CHARLES TOWN Innovative... Progressive... Partners with the Community MmSm talc/muST OEP00ESrr 725-7018 II Ill II daughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son, Mrs. Jake Jacobs, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and daughters, and Brian Whitehair motored to Smithburg on Sunday and attended the Little League ball game where Mrs. Everhart's grandson Billy was playing. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and family of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children, motored to MarUnsburg Friday to have m. The occasion was the 14th birthday of Brian Whitebait. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters were guests Sunday with Mr. anti Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Langerbeam and family of Hostler Read. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a st during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle  Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick. of Chestnut Hill and Mr. Marshall Grove vn. guests Friday with Mr. and Mrs. DUrl Grove. Roxanne, Cindy and Kim Everhart were overnight guests Sunday with with grandmother, Mrs. VaMsu Everhart. Mrs. Frances gadgets and Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter Amy were guests Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs or Jefferson Avanue. HOMECOMING 8UNDAY SYLVANNAlf BAPTIST The annual homecoming will he held Sunday, August 0, at Sylvannah Baptist Church at Rippen. The Roy. Thomas Grant will speak at the 11 a.m. service. TiM, Hawaii, Bermuda For the pdN of staying home THE I --_ 22\\;2 CF_  -- II.L_2. __.ZLL_ MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Dial 535-2261 Mr. Craig Meadows, Mrs Vontella Meadows and Brenda Fritts spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and family of Laurel, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longer- beam, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mtlbourn were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerheam. Mr. Phil Grim and daughters of Baltimore, Md., spent several days the past week with his aunt, Mrs. Vontella Meadows and Brenda Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton of Charles Town were Sunday guests of Mr. Edward Ryman. Mr. and Mrs. James Lftla and Mr. and Mrs. Vince Lftla and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hough of Bakerton. Mr. Phil Grim and daughters accompanied by Mrs. Vontella Meadows, Brenda FriLLs and Mrs. Pope and grandchildren, all motored to Stanley, Va., on Wednesday. Mrs. Doug Minnick and daughter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli and Mrs. Nelson Whittington. I Z22.__22GT__-__Z..L-_..:22Z-_2-Z2-_- graduation exercises at the LEETOWN Berkeley County School for Licensed Practical Nurses at Mrs. Ruth Locke James Rumsey Vo-Tech Center Dial 725-8309 on Aug. 13. Mrs. Floyd Owens, :._:=.::=-_2L 2 -_- C\\;- Jr., was in the graduation class. Invocation was by Dr. Richard Little Dustin Edwards, Shider, First Presbyterian Ranson, visited his grand-Church in Martinsburg. A mother, Mrs. Mftlard while his parents attended the musical duet was was held with Hagerstown Fair on Saturday. Betty Miller and Ernestine Bates Watson is a patient in Hardy. Introduction of speaker the Jefferson Memoria by James Smith, Supt. of Hospital. Berkeley County Schools. Guest Michael and Tim Dunbar speaker Jean Wilson, R.N,., spent the night with theiJ Health Systems Specialist of grandmother, Mrs. Edw Dunbar. The Kyner reunion was held Bardane Community Center on Sunday, Aug. 13. A crowd of 48 attended. Some new Kyners of Shippensburg, Pa., were there for the first time. David Bullock spent Saturday night with Mike and Tim Dunbar on the Keyes Ferry Road. Mr. Floyd Owens, Jr., and sons, Mrs. Charles Clendening and Mrs. Floyd Owens, Sr. attended the 14th annual l THE NEW FARMER'S MARKET located on U.S. Route 340 east of Charles Town next to .Spor- tsman's Motel Has Fill[ State Health Department and staff responsibilities to Gay. COm. on Nursing. Introduction of guests was by Dr. Chas. Rhodes; introduction of students was by Margaret Hill, R.N.; presentation of pins, Kathryn Sherrard, R.N. and Mary Ann Smith, R.N : presentation of diplomas, Sandra Cleaver, R.N and director of nurses at City Hospital, Inc., Pat Hartley, R.N.; lighting of candies and pledge; presentation of Bibles, Gideon Society; benediction, Dr. Richard Slider. A reception was held in the cafeteria. A wise traveler never de- spises his own un- try. At Godfrey Volkswagen, Audi, In, :00W2AMC I.W75 HORNET .................. : 1971 FORD S595 LTD: 4-Door .................. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lilla andson of Bakerton, were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. Miss Hope Whittington of COgPfillY IMAIS for picnics and Side Meat. OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY : 1971 FORD TORINO ............ : PINTO ....................... $350 s475 Martinsburg was a visitor of her grandmother, Mrs. Nelson UNDER NEW  L : 1971 PLYMOUTH s350 Whittington several days last MANAGEMENT FURY .... ' ............ .. ...... w=k00 :. 1971 BUICK $995 . SKYLARK .., .... .. , .......... SHEPHERDST0WN MEN'S CLUB : 1970 CHEVROLET ANNUAL, COMMUNITY AUCTION : c... .............. , ..... . $795 To raise money for the War Memorial Building and Morgan's Grove Park, the Men's Club is sponsoring a : 1970 FORD s495 COMMUNITY AUCTION. The building and the park are for OALAXIE ................... the use and benefit of area residents. To he held behind Shepberdstown Public Library, on King Street, Sbepherd- stown. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1978 BEGINNING 10:30 A. M. Three Thonet Bentwood chairs, other old furniture, some antique; three-piece living room set, sofa and two chairs; other stuffed furniture, two-piece bedroom dresser set, nice cedar-lined chifforobe, other furniture, TV sets, air con- ditioners, washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, lawn furniture and tools, power lawn mowers, 3 vacuum cleaners, picture frames, musical instruments, photo equipment, records and record players, carpets, books, luggage, six. traveling trunks, children's swing set, toys, lots of glass and dishes, fresh produce, and many other items too numerous to mention. CARS 1 -- 1963 Ford Falrlane 1 -- 1664 Ford Fairhme | 1969 CADILLAC $795 SEDAN DeVILLE: 4-Door ......... : 1967 PONTIAC $450 STATION WAGON ... .......... " 1-966 FIAT S845 [ 1965 BUICK s19 5 O ELECTRA ................. .... MANY OTHER REASONABLY PRICED CARS AND TRUCKS TO SELECT FROM ! : @ GODFREY SWIMMING Terms : Cash. Nothing removed untilsettled for. IVoLKSWAo= AUD, I.c l Auctioneers: Miller, Morrow, Edwards, Noll, Bohrer, Nm , . POOL CENTER Plumlee, Shockey, Brunner, Robinson. IllS Berryville Ave. Clerks: Fun', Ware, Furr. "Oaths Spot Bek Financing" i (acrou From Nichols) Lunch will be sold by the Men's Club. ' Phone 667-7111 3031 Valley Ave. Winchester, Va. ! WINCHESTER, VA. Not Responsible for Accidents. Open Doily 9 a.m.-9 p,m. Saturday 9 o.m.-6 p.m. I ! 701 - 662 - 8017 Aug. 10-21; * New and Used Car Dealer No. 2000 J