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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1983 ament "THE ;VOWS" OF MOTHERS LEAGUE JEFFERSON LITTLE BASEBALL LEAGUE f The Jefferson County Memorial Park Missy MilDurn, cham~ and Rene age group tennis tournament was held Cry Be and S~ Ha~d, run- August &13 at the park courts, hers up; girls 11-14 doubles -- Rorie Forty-eight participants earned Creager and Kim Ott, champions and trophies in the week-long competition. Top honors went to Traci Albin and Kevin Johnson who won three events each. The singles tournament was played as a double elimination for the fL,'st time this year to allow each player ad- ditional matches. The finalists were as follows: girls lS singles - Traci Albin, champion and Julie Kruger, runner up; girls 16 singles - Missy Milburn, champion and Mary Ott and Mary Neal, runners up; boys 15-18 doubles - Kevin Johnson and Chris Ott, champions and David Divisions of the Jefferson Little Baseball League formed a mother's league a short time ago in a move to help raise funds to be used to purchase needed equipment for the Little League and three teams were formed and played a number of benefit games. Shown above are the members of "The Wows" team of the league. They are; Front row kneeling: (left to right) -- Julie Kruger, runner up; girls 14 The mothers of players in the American and National singles- Mary Neal, champiouandKim Ott, runner up; girls 12 singles - Rorie Croager, champion and Mary Ott, run- net up; boys 18 singles - Kevin Jol~msou, champion and Chris Ott, runner up; boys 16 singles - Kevin Johnson, cham- pion and Chris Ott, runner up; boys 14 ,singles - Jason Smith, champion and Clendeain~ and Eric Vandell, run- ners up; boys 11-14 doubles - Jason Smith and Patrick Ramey,champions and Chris Colbert and Cricket Shultz, runners up; boys 10 and under doubles - Chad Shultz and Steve Brand, cham- pions and Zak Yeidel and Chris Chromey, runners up. The mixed doubles (girl-boy part- nets) the results were as follows: 15-18 doubles - Traci Albin and Chris art, champions and Stephanie Strader and David Clendening, runners up; 12 and under doubles - Mary Oft and Shane White, champions and Shannon White and David Jones, runners up. All the above finalists plus the entire regular season champion Tiger team "THE MAMA'S" OF THE WOMENN LEA OF JEFFERSON LITTLE BASEBA LL LEA G! The mothers of the players in the American and Divisions of the Jefferson Little Baseball League mother's league a short time ago in a move to help raise to be used to purchase needed equipment for the Little and three teams were formed and played a number of games. Shown above are the members of "The Mamas" of the league. They are kneeling in front (left to right) -- T of Cathy DeLawder, Patsy White, Sharon Lanham, Darlene Cole, Eric Vandell, runner up; boys 12 and the winners or each event in the Jenkins, Judy Todd, Shirley (Bob) Wilt, Yvonne Proctor, Sandy Higgs, Roxanne Rickard, Sandy Smith, team captain, singles- David Jones, champion, and team hmrnanmnt will be honm at the Longerbeam and Paul Anders, bat boy. Standing in back ( Chris Colbert, runner up; boys I0 tennis awards program to be held at the right) are: Ed Gray, coach, Diane Gavhart, Becky in. and Shannon White, bat girl. Standing in the back row - (left to singles- Shane White, champion and park tennis courts m Wednesday Kelly Smith, Jane Dailey, Carolyn (Tinker) Brill, Paula ted i right) -- Bud Lanham, coach, Sissy Berry, Debbie White, Vickie Zak Yeide], runner up; boys 8 singles ing, September 7, beginning at S p.m. ders, team captain, Bonnie Custer and coach Tommy Henry, Debhie Gray, Pau]a Smith, Carrie Showen and Gary- Andy Keel, champion and Chris The program and pictures for the Henry, coach. Other players on the team, but not shown in the Chromey, runner up. newspaper will last about 4S minutes. Other members of the team not in the picture were: " picture were: Brenda Bush and Sharon Ott. In the doubles play the results were: The Jefferson Memorial Park is sup- Warriner, MaeBallenger, Patsy Barrow. girls 15-18 doubles - Traci Albin and ported by the United Way. tt~ Partici Given Tr( The Jefefrson County Parks and Frisbee throw for distance- standing Recreation Commission sponsored a broad jump- 50 meter dash and basket- field day August 12 at the Leetown Park ball throw. 7 places were given as for'many of the youngsters who have winners. been participating in the SummerFrishee throw -- 5-7 - Tyrone Yates, parks program. And following the com. Evitts Run Park; 8-10 - Eric Otto - petition in the various events whc were Shepherdstown; 11-12 - Hilderbran - divided into age groups of 5-7 years; Tuscawilla; 13.15 D. Hester - Evitts 8-10 years; 11-12 and 13-15 years the Run. participants were treated to hot dogs, Broad Jump -- 5-7 - Theresa Carl" - potato chips, cookies, soft drinks pro- Evitts Run; 8-I0 - S. Bradford - Evitts * # * who "L;~;ES GOLF" " * to 3550' High yield c w 4 25 t ~t wl Soccer Registration Park Pool Customer stock and feeder heifers 42.00 to~r~ she Wednesday, Aug. 24 Appreciation Days Good butcher calves 58 00 to ~n plain to med calves 49 00 ~ 57 00; ~ .P~. ~ The Jefferson County Memorial Park and green calves 40 00"to 60 00: g~h,w~ At Four Locations s mming offer a ries ' choice lambs 48.00 to 50.00; P~;ra customer appreciation days during the reed. lambs 39.00 to 43.50: bu ,~, ~ Jefferson County Youth Soccer will next week it was announced by pool of- 14.00 to 22.00: No. 1-2 butcher ~o star boldits fmal open registration date fur ficlals. OnFriday, August 26, thefwst to 250 50.75 to 51.50; No. 3-4"~ever~ ! i the coming Fall season Wednesday, 59 swimmers will be admitted for only hogs215to26549.00to50.25;heaVy~y ni August24, from7to9p.m, atfourdif- 50 cents. Then on Monday Angust 29, all cher hogs 41.50 to 47.50; butcher~l~ ferent locations. Jefferson County adults accompanying children in the 33,00 to 37.50; heavy feeders and~the-fa',~~' Youth Soccer League is composed of baby pool will be admitted free. On butchger hogs 40 00 to 45.50: p~'{~l~l~" four different clubs: Charles Town, Tuesday, August 30, the park will head10.00 to 31.00; boars 25.00"to-~ Shannondale, Shepherdstown and celebrate the return of thediving board . Tuscawitla Hills. which has been rohuilt in recent weeks {]asses Star[ .viti The locations for this final reglstra- by admitting all customers for only 50 tion and contact persons for each club ' cents each. The final bonus day will be First Semester classes at ~llilor ************* are as follows: Charles Town: Asbury ou Wednesday August 31 when the pool United Methodist Church, Arlene Rose 725-,5245; Sbannondale: Community Center on Mission Road, Tom McDer- mitt 725-5126; Shepherdstown: Shepherdstown Men's Club, Dunnie Bathe 87~; Tuscawilla Hills: Tuscawilla Sales Office, Jim Aliueei 725-40~ or Bob Anders 725-7521. - Any boy or girl born in the years 1968 through 1978 may register. All teams will be co-ed. However, if there is enough registered there will ~ an all- girls league for the years 19~ through 1972. Persons registering must be residents of Jefferson County. vided by the Jeffersou County Sheriff's Run; 11-12- V. Jones- Evitts Run; 13-15 remains open until 8 p.m. All swim- Department. - D. Hester - Evitts Run. mers will be admired free from 3-8 James (Jim) Taylor, director of the 50 M-Dash -- 5-7 - T. Yates - Evitts p.m. Summer Recreation program said in Run; 8-10 - S. Bradford - Evitts Run; The pool will maintain regular hours addition to the big a~ist given by the II-12 - C. Hoshy - Evitts Run; 13-15 - D. through August 31. The pool will close Sheriffs department, thanks also go to Hester - Evitts Run. on Septemher 1 and 2 due to school, but John Hosby, Harry Gibson, and Mr. Basketball Free Throw -- 5-7 - Kent will reopen on the following dates at and Mrs. Edgar Corwine. Bradford - Evitts Run; &10- D. Cor- regular hours: September 3, (, 5, I0 and The results of the following events wine- Leetown; 11-12- B. Berry-Evitts 11. were as follows: Run: 13-15 - M. Mahoney - Leetown. The Jefferson Memorial Park is sup- ported by the United Way. JudgesDostert, Ta, r Air Softball League Play Opens Tonight BLUE RIDGE LIVESTOCK The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W.Va Monday, August 15, 1983. Receipts of all ctssses moderate with a good demand for all classes. Good butcher steers, 53.00 to 50.50; plain to medium steers 46.00 to 51.50; plain to medium heifers 40.00 to 46.00; good bulls 4r/.00 to 51.50; plain to medium bulls 43.00 to 46.75; commer- cial cows 38.00 to 40.00; utility cows 35.75 to 37.75; canners and cutters 28.00 Virginia University will begin Au~ Holidays will be Labor Day (S~fOllowin Veterans Day (Nov. 11), 'lYmnksg~.week ot (Nov. 19-27) and Christmas-~rti r Citi 18-Jan. 5). The last day of c~ been be on Dec, 9 with final examinatia~ject di be given on Dec. 12-17. =~ Comm [~uly - At ~. ticare WEST VIRGINIA WHITEWATER TRIPS SAVE $15. PER PERSON ~E'xercis Owl NEW & GAULEY RIVERS class VI river runners 12:00p To: 1 Bo] Tmgmm t}0& T 50 +q0 RsCes 4on Selected by his colleagues as Male Vocalist of the Year, Ronnie Milsap has taken his fun-packed show right to the top of Country Western entertainment. One admission charge permits attendance at Second performance to follow immediately after the last race. Sorry, no one-day passes accepted. No reserved seats in the grandstand, so come early for choice and stay for a fun-packed evening and bring your lawn chairs. For information and dining room reservations In Washington 737-2323; In Baltimore 685-0200; Other areas 304-725-7001. Jefferson County Circuit Judge Pierre Dostert has publicly stated that the grand jury considering indictments against Stuart and Leslie Green in the Stonegate paddling death of 23-month- old Joseph Green was mistakenly charged by presiding Judge C. Reeves Taylor. At a recusal hearing last week, con- ducted by Judge Arthur Recht, Dnstert charged Taylor with making a "miserable mis-statement of law" that resulted in "a miscarriage of justice." Specifically, Dnstert suggested that Taylor failed to tell the grand jury that a person can be convicted of voluntary manslaughter, a felony, even though he or she didn't have an intent to kill. Taylor, responding to Dostert's charges, disagreed. Taylor said "there is a dearth of law on what constitutes voluntary manslaughter, except that it is prescribed as a felony and there has to be intent to kill." Stuart Green pleaded guilty to in- voluntary manslaughter and is current- ly serving a year in Jefferson .County jail. Leslie, his wife, was convicted by a Monongalia County petit jury, and currently is free on bond pending an ap- peal to the State Supreme Cotwt by At- torney John Skinner. In sentencing the Greens, Judge De- Pond was critical of the grand jury decision and the fact he could not im- pose stiffer penalities. Judge Dostert, responding to Judge Taylor's letter said only that the law is clear on the matter and is there for all to read. List At VPI Scott Mickey, son of Mr. and Mrs, Donald Mickey, of Chariss Town, was one of 57 students from West Virginia named to the Dean's list at Virginia Polytechnic ~tute, at Bla~ rg, Va during Spring quarter. To make the Dean's List at Teeh at s~t mUst ~ a 3.4 or better average in the University's 4.0 grading system. Scott M key is majoring in agricultural Economics at VPI. In the Scen~ Sher'~ndoah Volley near Horpers Ferry Summit Point Softball ham To Hold Tourney For Class C. & D. Teams The Summit Point softball team will be holding a double elimination tourna- ment for class C and D teams on August 27-28 at the SummR Point Park. The first 10 teams will be accepted to enter. Entry fee will he set for $~.00 and2 A.S.A. approved balls. Trophies will be awarded to the top 4 teams, along with individuals going to the Ist place team and a most valuable player for the tournament. Entry deadline is August 25. Contact either Walter Jenkins 304q25-5915, Dan- ny Jenkins 304-725-0~62, or Alan Brady 304-725-3521 about entering the tournament, Team Assignments For Soccer Club To Be Set Bring Team assignments for the Charles Town Soccer Club will be annmmc at a Clul~wide meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Asbury Methodist Church Fellowship Hill. Parents and players are urged to attend this very important meeting. Arlene Ro,Club chairperson, will tell parents the fall schedule, in- troduee coaches and answer questions about the upcoming seasm. Parents may also pay for team pic- tures which will be taken in the fall. Any paronts who hsve not yot paid the registration fee of $15.00 will be ex- peeM to pay tonight to assure their child a place on a team. An open registratkm might well be held August 24 at the Aslxu'y Church Fellowship Hall. playsrs who sign up at that time will be assigned to teams which still have openin@. Please make every effort to attend this evmdng's meatln~. QUASAR VHS 8 Hr. Recorder Includes Charter Membership (*50" Val~e) $479" OFFER EXPIRES 8/31/83 The Jefferson Slo-Pitch Fall League wig start Thursday Aug. 18th at 6:30. With a total of 12 teams participating, games will be played Mm~lay ~ Fri- day, with 4 games each night. AH games will he played at the American Legion Fields. Teams participating are: Moose 948, Williams Auto Parts, Tmyne House, Summit Point, Golden Corral, Peter- son's Saddiery, Blue Ridge, Jeff's Jaguars, Mountaineers, Jefferson Hospital, L and C's, Shenandoah Jun- ction. Games will continue through Oc- tober. Each team will be playing 22 games. Last year's winner was Moose 946. Results Tuscawilb 3 n-3 Cage League The first round pisyoff results of the 3.0n-3 Tuscawilla Hills basketball league have been announced as follows: The 76-ers with Phil Taylor's desperation shot at the ~ giving the 7~m the lead, gave them a 40-38 win over the Celtics who had their playeff efforts squashed. The Bullets moved into the finals by stomping the Lakers 44-33. Bill Mattei had 23 points to pace the Bullets. The Bullets will play the 7~.e~ in the~ championship game tonight - Thursday - at 6:15 p.m. On Thursday, Aug. llth, we had our Member/Gnest tournament. Jane Dul- ly was the 'stand-in' chairperson and she did a super job in a conpie of weeks The theme for the day was 'rainbows.' For decorating Jane had the assist of her grandchildren, Kim and Tim Wilson from Texas. With the help of the management and the 'sub-" managei~ent' the course was in nice condition and everything looked spic and span. After a day of geod golf, for some and bad golf for some of us We were serv- ed a delightful luncheon at the home of Col. and Mrs. Jolm D fffy. And the raim held aff just long enough. The tournament of the day was a Best ball twosome match with full haw dicap. There was a tie for f'wst place with a 15 under par 59. After matching cards Ginny Nutzman and her guest Pat Brant took first place. Second place went to Norma Bowers and her guest Anna Lynbm-g. In third place were Ann Groves and Mais Quill with a net 60. Charlotte Gone and Barhara Ril held down the fourth spot with a 61. Closest to the pin on No. ~ was Nor- ma Bowers. The closest to the line drawn down the middle of the 15th fair- way was Marge Grove. In looking over the score sheet of twenty eight players the net scores showed 19 eagles: 2 ouRS, 6 twos and II threes. None of these eagles belonged to N.R. and her partner but we had fun!!! The Championship tournament is in full swing and all the first round mat- ches have been completed. Arm Groves took Lu~cille Rohertson to the leth hole before Lucille closed her out. I unders- tand Ann played one of bet best rounds. Vera Reed and Pat Kidwiler had a go at it with Pat coming out on top.-Nan- cy Roth bested Beth Printz. second round will be: Lucille vs Ethlyn McDonald, Nancy vs Charlotte Gano, Pat vs M Brown and Jane Duffy vs Peggy Thomas, In the pairs toumameat the only ones who made any move were Ann and Joe Groves from 5th to 3rd place, and Jim Fleckea~er and Peggy Thomas moved from 2rid to 1st place. CHIPPERS: Martha Smith chipped in on No. 5 and Norms Bowers chipped in on No. 15 for a THE FAST-PITCH TEAM Members of the Turf Club Fast-Pitch Softball team of Jefferson CoUnty say thanks to the following busines- ses and individuals who helped to sponsor the team's trip to the State Fast-Pitch tournament staged in Hunt- ington, W.Va. August 5, 6 and 7. The Turf team finish- ed third in tournament play and it was only the sup- port of the following that made the trip possible: Bank of Chadas Town, Peoples Bank of Charles Town. Leslie's, Feagan's Jewelry, Chipper's, IGA Market, Smoet's Insurance, Kastla's Man's Shop, Valley Hardware, Mary's Country g Western, Van Tol Florists, Newberry's, Nerituge Home Center, Bechdel Jewelers,Athay'a Hcdr Designers, L:ledri Shoe Repair, Virginia's Gift Shop, Creamer's Texaco, Whitmore Lumber Company, Whitu's Grocery, Miller's PriMing, Eastern Ball(ling Supply, Community 011 Company, Moler's Wreckage, Tom House Resteurent, Atlas Import Parts, ShuM Realty, Serenity Motel, Valley Suno o, Melvin T. Strider Company, Frltts Furniture & Appliances, Pizza Nut, Henry Devenport, Buck Longerbeam, George Petrucd, Mr=. James Grim, Fred Leew, Mede E. Alger, Cindy Longerbeam, Ralph Dov. Kmnanb,Ed Gray, Coke Coulter, Noni Shreck, Bill and Donna Frltts, aaren e RGmsburg and Evelyn Jones.