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12 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978 SUPPORT THE JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR WHERE? WHEN? ITIREE MILES WEST of CHARLES TOWN ON LEEIOWN ROAD Secondaff RoMe 15 AUGUST 28th thru SEPT. 2, 1978 TRUST AND INVESTMENT SERVICES AUCTION SALE OF 4-H MARKET STEERS, LAMBS, HOGS TO BE BIG FAIR FEATURE Pictured above is one of last years many fine 4- H Livestock animals sold at the Jefferson County Fair, as one of the highlights of the fair. This year's sale of 4-H market steers, market lambs and market hogs will take place Friday evening, 8 p.m., September 1st at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds located three miles west of Charles Town on the Leetown Road. This is the 10th Annual Sale of 4-H Livestock projects and has been one of the major attractions of the fair, It is an excellent opportunity to purchase choice 4-H animals for the "freezer" or as an ad- vertisement for a business. Arrangemepts have been made for local meat processing plants to process any animal purchased. Free tran- sportation is provided. This is an excellent op- portunity to makea 4-H Livestoc project profitable for the faii"s youth exhibitors. Jefferson Park I00 free and third in the 50 back. For the cadet boys, Steve very well and took second in the 50 free and 100 free and won the 100 back. Buddy Nicndemus also did exceptionally well in his first meet winning the 200 I.M., the 100 fly and the 100 breast; Chip Daniels took third in the 100 back. The senior boys and girls won every event, with Mark Barker winning the 100 free, the 100 fly and the 50 free; Jodie Servis won the 200 I.M., the 100 back and the 100 breast; Libby Daniels took third in the I00 back. For the boys, Jim Rhodes won the 50 free, the I00 fly and the I00 free; Matt Meyers won the 200 I.M., the I00 back and the I00 breast; Tad Carper took third in the 50 free and I00 free and second in the I00 breast. With many triple winners no single swimmer was chosen swimmer of the week. However, all the high scorers should be recognized. Therefore the swimmers of the week are: Matt Meyers, Jim Rhodes, Mary Barker, Jodie Servis, Catherine Whiting, Buddy Nicodemus, Tracy Kidwell and Jade Charley. These eight people scored 120 points. Doubles Results The championship tennis matches of the Jefferson County Memorial Park youth doubles and mixed doubles were played this week with the following results: 12 and under girls doubles -- Allison Barney and Leslie Skinner defeated Marie Cain and Patricia Spear, 10-4; 12 and under boys doubles -- David Didden and Gary Leslie defeated Richard Tyler and Chris Smith 10-4; 12and under mixed doubles -- Sidney Ramey and David trophiks this year. Thr attending the picnic were: the coach, Donald Whittington, wife Nancy and grandson Eric, the assistant coach, James Ahalt, wife Rosemary, Jamie and Darren, the alternate coach, Charlie Twyman, wife Glorie, Rhonda, Charlene, Charlie and Kevin, Mrs. Emily Shade, Mike and Holly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hcoe and Mike, Mrs. Mary Doakes and Art, Mr. and Mrs. William Reed, Billy and sister, Mrs. Linda Hardy and Jerry, Mrs. Ethel Wean and Dean, Mrs. Ann DiGennaro, Tony Joe and sister, Miss Bridget Whitehair and brother, Mrs. Pat Mehan, husband, Jason and Stacy, Mrs. Earlene Harp and Greg. Two members of the team that could not make it to the picnic but were given trophies, Mike O'Brien and Quincey Jackson. The batboy of the Indians Jason Mehan, really played a great game against the parents. A great day was enjoyed by all. 76-Ers Win Men's Title Jefferson Park The 76er's completed their season long dominance of the Jefferson Park men's basketball league by sweeping the best of three championship game series with the Fruit Loops by the scores of 68-67, and 76-56. The 76er's completed the season with an 11-0 record in the four team circuit. In game one played on August 14, the 76er's survived one of their toughest games of the summer by edging the Fruit Loops 68-67. Clutch shooting by Danny Jackson in the closing minutes of the game preserved the game for the 76er's. In this game Anthony Herbert's 17 points paced the winners. He was backed upby 16 points from J. C. Wilson, Danny Jackson with 14 points, Tim Smith with 11 points, and Glenn Barren with 8 points. The Fruit Loops were led by Edgar Whiting with 22 points and Tim Shaffer with 20 poihts. Also contributing to the Fruit Loop's attack were Vic Carr with I0 points, Rick Turner with 6 markers, Glenn Harrison with 4 tallies, and David Pentoney with 2 points. Game two on August 15, found the 76er's jumping out to an early first half lead and then coasting to a 76-56 triumph. The 76er's used a strong team effort in capturing the second game and the championship of the park basketball league. Steve Hostler pumped in 19 points for the champions. Other scorers for the 76er's were: Danny Jackson with 18 points, Anthony Herbert with 12 points, J. C. Wilson with 12 points, Tim Smith with 6 N)int, Doug Propst with 2 oints, and Glen Barren with 1 )oint. Vic Carr with 25 points Sas the only double figure scorer for the Fruit Loops who finished the season with a record of 8 wins against 5 losses. Single digit scorers for the losers were: Tim Shaffer with 9 points, Edgar Whiting with 8 points, Rick Turner with 6 points, Glenn Harrison with 4 points, David Pentoney with 2 points, and Jeff Smoot with 2 points. The basketball league which was organized by John League enjoyed a successful first season of play. In return for the use of the basketball courts for league play the players made a financial donation to the park. Swimmers Win Honors In Hagerstown Swim Team Loses Meet The Jefferson Park swimmers ended their dual meet season with a very close and exciting meet with Martinsburg. Jef- ferson lost the meet by five points because they could not enter a prep relay due to lack of personnel. The only two tyke girls, Melissa Kidwell and Stepharde Strader scored a total of 22 points. Melissa was first in the 25 back and second in the 25 free and 25breast; Stephanie won the 50 free and took second in the I00 I.M. and 25 free. In the tyke boys division, Ted Shuff was second in the 25 free and first in the 25 fly; Scotty Pindell was first in the 25 breast and third in the 25 free; Andrew Skinner was second in the 25 fly and second in the 25 back; Mike Shuff was second in the 25 back and 25 breast. For the cadet girls, Laura Strange was first in the 50 breast and second In the 50 free; Jill McCormick was second in the. Skinner wtm the 50 breast and Didden defeated Cheryl Potter Eleven Jefferson County was third in the 56 free. and Gary Leslie, 10-2; 13-18 girls swimmers varticilmted in the doubles Laura Neal and Susie annual Washm Scoring heavily for the prep -- " " g'ton County girls were Tracy Kidwell, Jamison defeated Shannon Price Swim Meet held at the Nor- and Laurie Hoffmaster, 6-1, 6-2; thwond pool in Hagerstown on winning the 50 free, the 100 free 13-i8 boys doubles -- Carl -- - and 50 fly; Jade Charley was Jackson and Harry Barker  also a triple winner, taking.the defeated David Pmmsburg and Ivan (,hA nPw- 100 I.M., the 50 back and the 50 Powell Owens, 6-4, 6-0; 13-18 ---, .... r',,,,- breast', Audrey Strader, mixed doubles to he completed., i$ beautiful showing much improvement, 00nishedsecndin 50 free' 100 [ LittJ free and 50 back; Maria e League ,, Miranda also took two seconds, the 50 fly; Judy Spaulding took ndlans Score :, third in the 50 breast, iWi :! "e' n Over Elders Meyers, who took third in the 50 , - free, .third in the 100 free and  first in the 50 back; Mike Pindell was third in the 100 I.M. and third in the 50 fly and second in the 50 breast. In the junior girls division, Lisa Strange was second in the 50 free and first in the I00 free; Catherine Whiting won the 200 I.M., the 100 fly and the I00 breast; Sherry Nicodemus took third in the 50 free and I00 free and second in the I00 back while Carla Puckett took third in the I00 back. For the junior boys, newcomer Chris Bush swam The Indians won another victory, beating the parents in a baseball game which was held on August 20. The Indians, members of the Jefferson Baseball Little League, and their, parents enjoyed a picnic after which trophies for second place in the National Division were presented to each player and there coaches by Robert Hnoe. These trophies were pur- chased by the parents of the Indians since th Jefferson, Baseball Little League choose [not to present second place THE SWIMMING "POOL CENTER l118 Berryville Ave. (aereu From Nichols) WINCHESTER, VA. ,I. 7_o,s. 61. eel7 August 19. The meet which was sponsored by the Long Meadows Rotary Club drew nearly 300 swimmers from Washington County, Md.; Franklin County, Pa.; and Berkeley and Jefferson Counties in West Virginia. Bobbi Becker captured two first place medals in the eight and under girls division while setting one meet record and tying another meet record in the process. She won the 25 meter freestyle in 18.5 seconds which tied the meet record. She won the 25 meter backstroke in 23.6 seconds which broke the old meet record set by another Jefferson County swimmer, Cindy Pauley in 1972. Robbi also captured a third place medal in the 50 meter freestyle. Larry Reed brought home three medals in the 11-12 boys age group. Larry won a first place medal in the 50 meter breaststroke and second place medals in both the I00 meter freestyle and the I00 meter I.M. Mary Edwards earned a first place medal as a ember of the winning 9-10 free relay, and also claimed a second place medal in the 25 meter breaststroke. Jeanelle Reed captured a second place medal in the girls eight and under 25 meter backstroke, a fourth place ribbon in the 25 meter breaststroke, and a sixth place ribbon in the 25 meter butterfly. Jackie Willingham won a third place medal in the 15-18 girls 200 meter freestyle and a fifth place ribbon in the 50 meter backstroke. Cindy Edwards claimed fourth place ribbons in both the 11-12 girls '50 meter 'freestyle and I00 meter IM. Alicia Tyree captured a sixth place ribbon in the 13-14 girls 100 IM. Lewis Painter won a sixth place ribbon in the 11-12 boys 100 meter freestyle. Other local swimmers who participated in the highly competitive eight and under age group in the meet [were: Earl Edwards, April i Reed, and Allen Becker. The winter season begins on Sept. 23, with more information to be rleased later. Pantran Names Officers For Upcoming Year The Beard of Directors of the Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority, PANTRAN, recently elected new officers to serve for the period covering July I, 1978 through June 30, 1979. William S. Scott will serve in the office of President; Edgar Mason, Vice-President; Leila Stuckey, Secretary and Robert O. Cronise, Treasurer. In July of 1975, the three county courts established the Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority through legislation details in Chapter 8, Article 27 of the State Code of West Virginia. Under these court orders, the Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority was created as a non- profit public corporation with an initial appointment of three members from each county to serve as its Board of Directors. The representatives from Berkeley County are William Scott, Edgar Mason and Dominic Allesio; from Jefferson County, Robert Beckett, Robert O. Cronise and Lews Meadows and from Morgan County, Leila Stuckey, Gary Hole and Vernon Sweet. These persons are appointed by County Courts to serve three year terms with one vacancy to occur each year. Any person who is a resident of a par- ticipating county is eligible for appointment to the Transit Authority Board of Directors. The Board of Directors has held monthly meetings to discuss the development of the bus system and to formulate buses but rather to provide well conceived and cost effective transportation services. These ...... goals and objectives and the means selected to achieve them are subject to evaluation and change by the Beard of Direc- tors. An example of the efforts towards improved services by the Transit Authority is the improved schedule which became effective on August 21, providing increased services to   the Hedgesville, Berkeley Springs areas and a bus ser- vicing downtown Martinsburg every half-hour. , A FARM VIEW BY PA'T wAIT * Across the country, August is - Fair month. Millions of Americans are visiting farm  exhibits and examining the best of the crops, the best of the Employee Month At Tuff animals and the best products of farm kitchens. The ladies are also displaying their finest Peggy Spalding has been winning ticket I had left| handcrafts. It's the time of year named employee of the month of window." when townspeople come to the July at Charles Town Turf Club. The seller was, of country and become acquainted And we think you'll agree, it was Spalding. And, as with the farmer and his a most deserved selection. products. To us, at the Farm Bureau, it's the best time of the year. We would like you to become acquainted with your local Farm Bureau: It is a community organization -- completely autonomous and voluntary, non-governmental and wholly controlled by its members. It is financed by membership dues. The county bureau is the basic unit. Local bureaus are federated into the West Virginia Farm Bureau. The American Farm Bureau is the federation of State Farm Bureaus. Nationally, there is a mem- bership of 2,600,000 farmers joined together to provide a means by. which they can work toward common goals. The Bureau represents the farmer in efforts to improve farm income by influencing government farm programs, farm credit and foreign trade )olicies on farm products. In West Virginia, the Farm Bureau has accomplished the following by working with the state legislature: retain Tax Limitation Amendment; ex- panded farm truck classifications; require farm land to be assessed at value for farm user keep W. Va. Pesticide Use Act as simple as possible; retain tax exemptions ap- plicable to farm Operations; recognized as the voice of the farmer in the State Capitol. In Washington, a few ac- complishments this past year: revision of the Estate Tax Law; exemptions of small trucks from DOT regulations; defeat of federal land-use planning; defeat of common-sifts picketing; exemption of small farms from most OSHA regulations; and amendments to Packers and Stockyards Act. In Jefferson County, the Farm Bureau is currently working on a plan for land use in co-operation with the Chamber of Commerce for presentation to the County Commission. The first per- manent building at the Jefferson County Fair grounds - the Cattle Barn- was donated by the Bureau in support of the Fair for the community. Membership in the Farm Bureau entitles members to protection under an accident policy and to property protection through the $I00.00 Reward Sign Program. There are also farm insurance programs available tc members. Tires, batteries and[ twine are for sale to the mem- bership. Farm Bureau representatives will he at the Jefferson Count Fair, Aug. 28 - Sept. 3, seeking new members. Here's how it all happened, as related by a Charles Town Turf Club customer: ""I bought a stack of Trifecta tickets and returned to my table. A combination which I knew I had purchased won, paying more than $3,000. "When I went through my tickets I discovered, to my dismay, that I apparently had dropped the winning ticket enroute back to my table. "You can imagine my surprise and pleasure when I returned to the windows for the next race to find your seller handing me the Penney Manager kttmds Seminar In Atlanta, Ga. Charles Town resident William W. Staylor, Jr., recently attended a store management seminar in the JCPenney Regional Training Center in Atlanta, Ga. The five-day seminar is designed to sharpen the manager's skills in marketing strategy, motivation, use of time and setting priorities, training of associates, Turf Club Manager Donald put it, "The generated by Ms. cannot be measured. who works at Charles benefit by her Ms. Spalding will $100 U.S. Savings Other employees by department heads ployees of the month Dinges, )avid Short, Twyman, Jones, Dennis Kirk, Penwell, Kennie Elliott, Charles Hill Burch. leadership and creative chandising. Staylor lives at 506 doah Drive, and has the firm since 1957, manager of the store. MATH1AS & PRIVAC Sen. Charles Mathias Jr. (R-Md) optimistic that pass a protecting the individual's bill would reverse duals bank records by the bank. TRI-STATE WELDING AND MACHINE CO., A branch of the Tri-State Welding & Company, Inc. of Frederick, Md. Has opened on State Route 9 near Kearne' Va., just to the rear of the Restaurant. AND WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FIRST Wekling_ - Skop Repe|r. Service of Steel. Steel. Portoble Welding Equipment. Ornamental Steel Sales. SHOP HOURS are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Saturday SHOP LOCATION IS: Rt. 9 - Kearneysville, W. Va. 25430 Mailing Address - P. O. Box 565 Charles Town, W. Va. [ t w IN appropriategoals'andobjectives [-.,'L,Le;'r-I. in Back to School Values to serve as guidelines in its i " r__,,__ -- i,i " I ;planning and operations, l./-f .'  --Jl,-- . ] The main objective of the Greenland which is 840,000 i'i Time To Give Eastern Panhandle Transit sq. miles is the world's largest  Feet A IV A t 'siandl uthori y is not simply to run " 1 . Fit Check l" THE IS CONDUCTING Come In NoW' a/411fl. " POOL ANOTHER SEMINAR  :;::* MAN ON   SWIMMING.POOLS '! AT THE SHERATON MOTOR INN Mother On The Dual Highway In HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND Tuesday', Aug. 29.- At 7:30 P. M. Bring No Money -. It is Free and Nothing will be offered for sale. THE SUBJECTS -- Pools can be hazardous to your health. Putting your pool to sleep for the winter. All about pool covers - and - do you need one? The rip-offs in solar heat for pools. What are pool winterizing kits? Don't rely on the board of health to keep public pools safe to swim in. Be wary of motel pools when you travel. GO0g00 Sa00S "Sure, you can pay rnore. but you can't bu better." 1