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WHILE VISITING her 'i t:week, CoL J w 'Ben' Ben- jamin p!nned a nice little note on the bulletin board at Sleepy He, ll Go_!f Course after playing a round at Dr. Marshall Glenn s nice course, with congratulations from many of the top sports writers in West Virginia Oh, yes, he penned this also; "Benjamin over Max Brown by default"... Sorry that we couldn't make the round with you, Ben... DQN I LOOK NOW, but our neighboring state of Virginia is moving in 8 quiet way towards legalized horse race wager- ing.. Keep your eye on this... THE BOOMING summer meeting at Shenandoah Downs, last Friday mght turned up another big twin double, a $ 7,686.29 wn fall that went to a single unidentffmd man. This is the third biggest ever at the popular night track... THE NEW YORK Yankees are to c] ean house next year and yo l can bet your last thin dime on that... HIGHLEY ] our olde tyme pun t, says he knows a fellow a tiger in his but ob- jects:to a I : ,. Ventilating F{ms Installed... for Every Pur , at Low Cost... Ranges - Washers Rad ms - Refrigerators ---Televisions--- Electrical Appliances ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR-CERTIFIED WIRING DIAL 725-5516 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. , ienee, the true prospects for the~ with J~immy Darlifigton's home Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr gave theI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 1966 Pan~er team are certainly run in the ~ frame being l~he tables at the picnic area. a coat I qPHITI~nAV ATT~_TT bard to predict at this time, Coach, big blow. ~ ~ of linseed "0il. " I .........~' .... ST 25, 1966 Lutman sad& Charles Town took a 14) lead Regular preaching service Sun- I ~ tin the first period ,added a sec- day morning in the MethodistI Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis Navy went to Bolivars W[flt 7 Vstsran I end run in the third frame and Church by the pastor Rev. Lynn [ spent the week end in Fredericks i James n. Dunn, with, the ..... ,, --,,,~,m,, Darlington s home run came in Buttorff at 9:45 Sunday School at I burg, Va. ] one ~oin~ to Garland 'Cht M ~ "~ , FROM PAGE 1,-B I the sixth. 10:45. - I rs. Monte Stuckey entertained [ Hooe, Bolivar Postmaster. I Eurek~Club C~fl~~ Off Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and Ithe Hatchery Bridge Club Wed-j was present at the theatre IWe ~vi]l of course have the children of Armel, Va. visited[nesaay n]gn~. . , .. .. [ceive his award in person, two Russell boys - Vaughn and ...... Sunday with Mrs. Lupton parents [.. ~ group m boys trom the .~ap-[ Mayor Dumu could not att Raughn -- back along with Max ! _ " Mr. and Mrs. A~ton Grove. [ ~e~e~n~nurcn wen~ camping ~rmay [ The citation certificates p Moore ,all juniors and all vet-, lSannuet When B vlor The Methodist Church mem-I g coming home Sunday]_. : ._ .~ reads in a] erans of last year's line. Bttt it's I -n . - bers of Leetown are giving a ]evening I re~c~Yn~enl~aVy outstanPn. too early yet to even ~ry a guess r*._j. /~__,& D- ~ ..... & showe Wednesday night for our l Mr. Clyde Grubbs of Shepherds] . ~. ., %~. ...... "' " , L" " ~ " town visited Sunday afternoon wces m me umtea ~tates as to wha~ the offensive and de. I FlilU~ t, llll I DC rf~Ufll mmmter and family Rev. Lynn I .., , .... . ...... I ~ ..... ~,~,0 o~,i,~ ,h~ fensive forward wall will be like , Bt~ttorff and famil,, ~w~m ms s~ster ~xs. lv~ary ~ruce ~ .......... ~ ............."_ ~" I~urr l eate of appreciation is n~_ KesseloN ~ollAnstated: [whichThe theFa~herEurekaandClubSnofbanquetjeffer- cMries nd Mrs. Robe~ Blue_of I" Mr" and Mrs Lyle Furr and[awarded. Through your ~ ~ 33 ......... son County had scheduled to be A total of 33 boys are listed to I held at Hi,llto- House Har~ers ~-'-'-~ --~-~'--' --~'- v.~. a~v *n xor a [ Kim "were callers Sunday evening I spirited cooperation and ~VV ~aW~ur~ni~ca.~ln'~ney~s~p#entl with Mrs. Mary Bruce furr. lance with the U. S. Navy R~_ ||, date on the Cardinal roster, and Fer A ' -- ~"~ - : "" " -- ~- ~ ~ w ........... " """ I ! ing Service, you have contri~ ~1 , ry, ugus~ z~, na,s been pos~- allbu'tafewfthemalreadyhardinonea indefinttel,* ~* ........ lylall~n ~ue; ..... .... ILl .... I~ ..... !__. limmeasurably in furthering~I~; III at work in the pre-season drills, i ~..~:~ ,hi ..... ~' ~,= T'~, ~,~ ~.ns.~uam_~ vrenstaa oz y~r I / exceller~t relations between | some. new faces could develop l'of"';~'t harpers ....... v erry,'~ ....... a~memoer~"'" -"2o~ ~n~efe?~'fa~'er~S~.Sa;n%g l~re:] ..... . [ U. S. Navy and the people dl .A total( q:imCeklYtrea~ndthP~V~de l~'ecWe~ th~'2nqu~t t~ma~tait're'was -ost Lawrence Everhart " '1 Efforts olJvar I tn~iof o~~::e A:diicte~Si~4~Cheera Kessel stated " on un" ~ " . Mrs: Mary Ell!s of Marti~sburg 1,, , , . [ cgitation certification is aw~'o~ie'to~r With the Cardinal p ed thl a later date when it in _. , ? season open was learned Saturday that Elgin ~-m~(io" S. w~OaCKe ~on~ay I ~yor, r0srmsre~ / Chief Carter local Navy tte~=~Sday A t~g a, hWeree~a~er )nan mo~s~ o~ Baylor, star of the Los Angeles es~' gf ~rs sne w s.a._ supper [ , [er adds that he greatly ap.p~-$2~5~ s-~ ............................. --~o ~,.~ ~,~., . n, ~...* Lakes rs, pro~essmnat ......... oasee~oal~ gu o . Marl n mue. I Jefferson County s two theatres, tes the support given him bY~. ma~e 1 m~:~m'e~o ex ~]ment~w[ll'~h~i~ team, who was to have been the ..Mrs. J'nnmy Locke and LesterI Fort Drive Inn, near Harpers I Eiwood Lane at the two Th~e~e-~nk p ~ ns _.. ~ . .... ~,, ...... ~.. ~ featured speaker on the banquet vws. j. ~. l~c~e, ~athy and I Ferry and the Charles Washing- and the Coo~-~ration of the ~e (~^"~ e " " ~ tile acc pm~.s man me ............ =~" -re-ram notifien the Eureka rra ey ~me vls~e~l rama:W_ Land I ton m Ranson, played host to the I mun~it- and the way they re~tae- Another encouraging aspect of ~1 ? y' ._ ". *_ " _ near ~e~tysnurg, l~a. on Monaay. [ U. S. Navy Thursday night as a ] him and the Navy " " - ~i~'~eo~.~ue I UO ne coma not De presenu tha~f C:[~alSqUeade~het~ratso~%rI Baylor said it would not be pos- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodson ,special "Navy NRe" program at, " ........ !~'~orn~nar'' P "'sible for him to make the trip has gone to North Carolina to which public recognition was / Attend Church This ~mng. mores or ~uniors, thus showing from Los An~,eles to HarnerS spend a week with Mrs. Dodson's [given" to two Jefferson County [ ~ ~J~oeAugt. ~out 7 05 promise of some experienced be .... - -- "=--~. ~ mother arid then going to Myrtle I men. ] ~ ~ ,-,~ .o_._~uut : in~ a .....a ~,~ *~,, ,o~ ,,,~m l rerry vecause o~ ~ranspor~uon Beach. - - " ! l'12e l SSlllt : O:uC The Cardinal schedule shows[ ....... eight games, but only three of ~ . Pro. ' tion of them will be on the Shepherds- r0r0mc ms0n i ~ Ville R6ad town field, and two of their games, will be played at night. I Line Construction The Cardinals will open Sept. . ....... 10 in Romney with the West Vir- ginia School for the Deaf and-,---Pro~t line.n, close out the season with Charles Town High in Charles Town on l An extensive line construction October 28.I project is now underway in this The complete schedule follows: area by The Potomac Edison Corn Sept. 10 -West Virgima Deaf pany. of Ramney, away, 2 p.m. The 138,000 vo~t transmission Sept. 16 . Hedgesville, away. line from Double Toll Gate to Sept. 23 - Musselman at home, Millvflle is being completely re- 2 p.m. built to improve service to this Sept. 30 - Berkeley Springs, area. The line runs a distance of away, 8 p.m. nearly 25 miles and is being re- Oct. 8- James Buckhannon, constructed at a cost of nearly away at 2:30. $500,000. Oct. 15 - Hancock, home, 2 p. m. ' Irtitially built in 1946, the new OCt. 22 - Harpers Ferry, home, line will have a larger size con- 2 p. m. (Game may be moved to duper which will increase the Oct. 21.) Oct. 28 - Charles Town, away, 8p.m. Bakeflon capacity of the line Being added during reconstruction is overhead shield wire which wfl} improve the rel,iabilRy of operation of the line, according to PE officials. The Double Toll Gate to l~ll- ~ille line is a major link in the high voltage transmission system From Page 1-B three more runs and that corn- which ru~s north and south throu pteted the scoring in the ball gh the Potomac Edison service game area. It provides a major tie from John McCuHough's bases-loaded the generating station at Riverton P ther I single in the bottom of the tenth thvot~gh the Double ToLl Gate - [broke up the slugfest between Substation, to a generating stat- I Tomahawk and Sleepy Creek. ion at ~_Ltlville. Lines from that FROM PAGE I---B [ Sleepy Creek managed 16 base poi~ feed into the eastern sec~ Charles Town Junior High staf~hits, including three safeties a- ion of the PE area, as welt as' having been assigned to the coach piece by McCullough, Tex Hess- northward to connect with the ing staff of Charles Town High ler and Weigle while Tomahawk R. Paul Smith Station at Williams School, the 15-man crop of fresh- had 14 baseknocks including a port. men gridders who have been double and two singles by Frank PE officials anticipate that the working out with the Varsity Farmer and a triple and two rebt~ilding job will be completed squad since the pre-season train- singles by Wayne Spies. Bill early in 1967. ing bega~, has now been turned fiery chipped in with a double ttl~l~l~ = _- --: : : over to him. and triple. Thusthe Panther Varsity squad Shepherdstown moved up to now down to 28 boys 11 of them within two games of fourth place seniors, six juniors and 11 sopho- by easily trimming Charles Town mores. But of the 28 only Rich- 11-6, as Richard Stevenson, Char- Miss Margaret Houser ard Mills, Tommy Mercer, John lie Hunter and M. Branson paced -~ -=- ~ _~ - - - _ _ Shockey, Mike McKee, Cliff Wil- a 15-hi.t assauR, l~r. and Mrs. Harlan van Camp son and Bob D~ieman, all seniors Stevenson connected for four and children spent four days the have had any real combat exper- singles, Hunter had a single and week of August 7th in Grants. ience, this means that Coach Lut- two doubles and Branson smack- rifle, W. Va. visiting his parents man will have only one real ex- ed a homer and two singles. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Van Camp perieneeseason with.back to start the 1966 ~R{~ ChurchThe M.wertt Y" F,bowungOf theFridayMethodistand Bobby Doleman, who was one NI~ had a weinner roast at Brunswick of the best, and fastest backs in Md. Transportation Was furnished the section last season, is the0nly FROM PAGE -- 1 by Mrs. Helen MAlls and Richard returning Panther back and he Ballenger, 155-pound junior, back Kouser. ' has been handicapped in the pre- to take over the quarterbackl'ng Mr. and Mrs. James Grimm and season drills, by a badly sprained slot again. He is expected to be son Barry. ~eturned home on Moil. wrist and arm. backed up by Norman Mumaw, a day after spending four days in Coac.h Lutman also received 130-potmd junior. A~,so back again anoFner bad blow this week when is one of the seotion s hardest Ashland Ohio where thew:attend[, ed the Pony League all star base~ he learned tha~ Raymond Roy, a. running, and better Class 'A" ball tournmnent. Barry played in finedooking backfield prospect halfbacks - - Sago Garett, a 165- the tournament. will not b0 eligible to play. Last pound se~ior and John Longer-I ,. Mrs. Joyc Petrucci spen the week Cbach Lutman lost the ser- beam, a 140-pound sophomore weekend in ColUmb~l~, SOUth" vices of Charlie McCormick, i halfback. ! olina visiting her husband. Dale Who su.s~ined"a-*b~aC~ -.injury[ Veteran linemen back from the W. Petrucci who is stationed at which w~q proaably Keep hun out [ 1965 Tiger team are: Paul Jack- t Ft. Jackson, S. C. of a~mn m,s s.~n. ~ I sen, John Fox, Donald Haines,[ Mr. and Mrs. junior Parks and ~o now it looks .as: mongh the Jerry Prentice, Gary , Taulton, fa~fily from Fairmont, W. V~ Panther backfield ~ ~e coin= Kenny Fauble and Doug Taylor, were week-end guest of Mr. and posed of C0rbin at qtmrterback, a~l juniors and big Lor~e Pope, a Mxs. Harold Welsh and family. wRh Bobby D~emhn at one half senior, one of the'biggest and back post ar/d Glenn Hinton or best tackles in the section. ..................... Alex Doleman at the other one. Two other boys who showed ......................... =- Greg Johnson a big, 175-pound real promise last season, but Who junior, has been working out at have not yet reported for the the fullback slot. squad are Terry Miller and Ernie Mrs. Mary B. Furr Of ~oursd big Tommy Mercer Tiede, both juniors ................. = and John Shockey will b~ leading And five other boys, who saw a ................................. the Charging of~e~ Pafihbr line lot of service last season, and Who Demonstration Club Meets as tackle a, nd guard Off the right cou~ld have in all probability been "The Leetown Home Demenstra- side, with Mil~s i~ the Center slot of re, al help to the 'team this sea- tion Club met Wedne~tay after- and possibly' Don $peclit; a 205- son, have been ruled out because noon, ~ith a very mna~l ~t{etld- pound senfor the tackld Of either scholastic or age ineligi, ance, only rdne members po t, Mike McKee a 215-pound bflRy.__ present. Business matters were scussed.The annual dinner at Camp senior, may be the other guard League slot, with Dewey Perks, a 155~ pound junior, ~attiing hard to] Sta Frame was announced, 'Mrs.* E~)" Coach Lutman said :'-the end and MrS. Leon Uprlg~hre to be posts ale .still wide open, but in the helpers fron~ our ciub~ Sep~ all prohaMIRy Clfffdrd Wilson, Walker Hurls Two.lUtter , who saW a lot of service last sea" The e~hibR for the cotmty fair son, will be at one end, at lease on the de nse, and Smiti T;e National IcKtle League AllmentWaS talked o#erBanquet ":was the ' cltieV also. a 170-poufid Senior' at'~he other SAars of Charle~ Town,' scored a nounced. end post. 34) victory ove~ ~2~e ~[l-Stars of They asked for a delegate ~ at- Lutman said them are a num- the B~ill~-~Va.)Litt~ League temt~Leadersh~Ip ~~ ~, ber of ,other boys who are work- Saturday afternon on the Berry- ference at Jackson's Mill Sept. ing hard and showing real prom- ville diamond. The game was a 19-23, ise, but they lack an~ combat ex- return match for one which the T~e project chairman, Mrs. perience and that it wi~ probably two teams~ played in Char~eS Zack Fleming, wa~.S all project be several ~ks and a'eauple of Town and which Charles Town sheets in by the September meet- battles hence before they wi,H have the opportunity to show what they can do under fire. Thus with a~ all new coaching staff teaching new techniques new p4ays, and a new system of both offensive and defensive for- mations, and about 75-perecent of the V r ty lacking exper, won by a decisive score, Jimmy Walker was on the mound for Charles ToWn and set the Virginians down with just two hits, singleS" by Huff and ~gor mail them to her before e meting. We were served delicious re- freshments: The next ....... raeet' will be with Mrs. Ily Bratina WRh Mrs. Wflli m Baker co-h t s on Sept. 21, at i:30 p, m. Friday afternoon Mrs. Zack Fielai g, M s. Charles Owaes Hardman. 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