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14 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1978 BAKERTON BATSMEN SECOND IN FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL LEAGd[ Shown above are the members of the Bakerton fast-pitch softball team now holding down second place in the Jefferson County Fast-Pitch Softball League, and who finished seventh in the West Virginia State Fast-Pitch tournament staged here in Jefferson County several weeks ago. They are, front row, left to right -- Barry Grimm, Wayne Johnson, Bob Miller, Bob Davis, and Steve Dorsey. Back row, left to right -- Randy Hough, Rickey Springer, James Caniford, also coach; Gene Pyne, John Milton, Tommy Hoffmaster, John Starliper. Absent when picture was taken were -- William "Sonny" Hough, manager and Junior SmaUwood, a player. (Photo by Jim Tabb) CHARLES TOWN MOOSE BATSMEN FOURTH IN FAST-PITCH LEAGUE Shown above are the members of the Charles Town Moose Club's Fast-Pitch softball team which holds down fourth place in the Jefferson County Fast- Pitch Softball League with a 14-8 record and who finished eighth in the W. Va. State Fast-Pitch tournament staged recently in Jefferson County. They are, front row, left to right -- David Longerbeam, Junior Mumaw, Milky Ain- swarth, Terry Mumaw and Mike Morgan. Back row, left to right -- John Piccolomini, Frank Simons, John Shultz, and Jeff Anders. Missing when picture was taken were: Buck Fauble, Luke Fauble, Peak Shipe, Donnie Haines and Gene Stewart. (Photo by Jim Tabb) Thomassen's Ford, Mercury Sponsoring Punt, Pass & Kick Contest In County More than a million young boys and girls are expected to crowd Ford dealer showrooms from August 18 through Sep- tember 29 to register for the 18th annual Punt, Pass and Kick (PP&K) competition. And here in Charles Town and Jefferson County, it's Thomassen Ford- Mercury, Inc., located at 100 S. West Street, whore elaborate plans are now being made to stage such a contest for Jef- ferson County youths. Chuck McKinney, who is directing the plans, said more details con- cerning the local contest will be announced later. In the mean- fine, he said boys and girls are urged and invited to come into Thomassen's and register. Sponsored by Ford Division and the Ford Dealers of America with the cooperation of the National Football League, PP&K is recognized by civic, governmental and professional sports leaders as the finest youth program of its kind in the United States. "The popularity of PP&K is a tribute to America's young people," Walter S. Walla, a Ford Motor Company vice president and Ford Division general manager, said. "They have accepted the program with tremendous enthusiasm, and they have made it grow to record levels of participation." Since its inception in 1961, the program has drawn millions of SPORTS NEWS & VIEWS From Page 13 blew its engine, and spewed oil on the track. This was the fourth win for the defending Challenger Class champion and kept him in front of the pack in the race for the crown again this season. Bob Carter, who finished second in his closest challenger for the lead in this class. NEW RACING COMMISSION CODE -- The West Virginia State Racing Commission has once again adopted a new conflict of interest code which means the cutting off of a lot of free passes to not only the race track, but to dinners and other privileges which in the past the track has provided free to the commission and its staff. In the past it has been customary for the Com- mission members to have up to 600 free passes which they most often passed along to their friends and state lawmakers. And it has often been the practice that track stewards, security officers, veterinarians, licensed clerks and auditors assigned to race tracks to get free food and other track courtesies. We commend the racing commission for their most recent action in this respect, and we only hope this new practice remains in effect for a longer period of time than it has in the past. We can recall when other racing commissions have taken the same action, but never enforced the policy. youngsters into competition for trophies, an appearance on national television and an op- portunity to have their names inscribed on the PP&K plaque at the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. To register, youngsters bet- wean the ages 8 and 13 to visit their local Ford dealer and be accompanied by a parent or guardian. There is no fee and contestants compete only against others their own ages I There s no body contact and no special equipment is needed. A free PP&K tips book is available at the time of registration. The first of six levels of competition will be held Sep- tember 29 to October 8. Local dealerships will announce contest dates. First place winners at the 'local level move on to zone competition and winners there qualify for district competition. Rounds four and five, area and divisional competition,, will be hold at National Football League games. By the time divisional contests are held, the number of con- testants will have been reduced to 168, half representing the American Football Conference. Divisional competitions will take place December 17 at Houston, AFC winners, during the Houston-San Diego game and at Detroit, NFC winners during the Detroit-San Fran- cisco game. Personnel, ICompleted By Board The Jefferson County Board of Education Monday night completed personnel actions prior to the opening of the 1978-79 school term Tuesday, Sep- tember 5. Four appointments and two resignations were approved. Jacquelyn Adams resigned as special education teacher at Charles Town Junior High School; and Meredith Polen relinquished his post as basketball coach at the same school. n 6% 61/2% 7V4% 8YF $1,000 PLUS INCREMENTS OF $100 $500 S500 $500 $500 Federal regulations require a penalty for early withdrawal INTEREST PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QUARTERLY L SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QUARTERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATUmTY QUARTERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATUILrTy QUARTERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY Interest payable monthly on all certificates of $10,000 or more, Innovative... Progressive... Partners with the Community ItIEItlBER FDIC/TlgUST DEPARTMENT 725-7018 County 4-H Saddle Club Participated In First. Circuit Show Tryouts To Be Held For Charles Town Jr. High Gids Basketball Charles Hine, who has been named head coach of girls i basketball and 7th and 8th grade I boys basketball at Charles Town Junior High School, announced this week that try-outs for girls basketball for all" interested girls, will he held September 6, 7 and 8 beginning at 3:15 p.m. in the school gym. Coach Hine said all girls must have physical forms filled out by a doctor and must have in- surance. He said school in- surance may be purchased at the school office. Three Ham Sho00 Scheduled Sept. 13 I Williams, in a little over nine minutes. Other matches saw the combination of Superstar Billy Graham and Brother Luke, as they proved to be too much for Dominic DeNucci and powerful Dine Bravo, who twice bested the Superstar in tests in strength. Preliminary matches saw S. D. "Special Delivery" Jones defeat Johnny Rodz, Butcher Paul Vaehon, fall to rugged Nikalai Volkoff. In a special attraction, popular Chief Jay strongbow bested George "the Animal" Steele, after Steele fled the ring and was counted out. However, the action did not stop there as Strongbow followed Steele, ramming his head into a concrete wall, causing a huge cut on the "Animal's" forehead. That was wrestling at the Civic , Center on Saturday, August 26. OF CHARLES TOWN For fount'/Fair September I-3 three horse shows will be staged by the Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club. On Friday, September I, the western showmanship classes will take place and Saturday, September 2, the western contest classes will take place. They will start at 9 a.m. and it will be $6.00 for 4-H members all day, $6.00 non- members all day or $I.00 for each class. Sunday, September 3, at 9 a.m., will be the start of the English horse show. The classes will be $2.00 each post entry, and $1.75 pre-entry. Send all pre- entries to Mrs. Arlen Proper, Rt. I, Kearneysville, W. Va. 25430. All horses must be ac- companied by a negative coggins' test within one year for West Virginia or within six months for other states. These papers will be chocked before horses are permitted to enter fairgrounds. .. Alecia Roberts, who has been a head teacher in Berkeley County schools, was named elementary supervisor. She's a Shepherd College graduate and has a master's degree from West Virginia University. Other teacher appointments were: Catherine Dailey, English at Jefferson High School; Ronald Mace, special education at Charles Town Junior High; and Billie Diane Frame, ESAA at Page Jackson Solar School. Also approved as substitute teachers were: Carol Ahlum, Stella Bovard, Jean Carper, Mary Cleminson, Yvonne Davis, Maxine Diehl, Sandra Gruber, Joan Hildebrand, Judith McGehee, Barbara McPhorson, Gladys Maddex, Sarah Mays, Gall Mickey, Valarie Parker, Jo Anne Prry. John Pondur, Linda Hine, Catherine Huyett, June Jovanelly, Cynthia Keller, Deenya Knicely, Vicki Lowery, Ruth Pritchard, Martha Rizzo, Kathleen Unger, Rebecca Willingham and Jean Workman. The Jef-ferson County 4-H Saddle Club participated in its First Circuit Horse Show on, August 6. The show took place at the Jefferson County Fair Grounds. Ten members of the Jefferson County Saddle Club entered. Two members were awarded first place as champions and one member placed as reserve champion. Debbie Haines on Rookie won champion in Western Pleasure. Mark Brannon won the Contest Horse Champion position on Zizzle Zip Bey, and Leea Arnold placed as Reserve Champion in the same event. The Circuit Horse Show consisted of eight events, two of which the Jefferson County Saddle Club won champion position. Other events included: Open Walking Horse, Walking Horse Plantation, Hunter Horse, Green Hunter, English Pleasure Horse, and Pony Hunter. DNR Seeks Comments Fishing Regulations The Department of Natural Resources will conduct a public hearing to discuss 1979 fishing regulations from 1-4 p.m., September 15, in Room 811 in the Motor Vehicles Building of the Capitol Complex according to Dan E. Cantner, DNR wildlife resources division chief. Cantner said, "the fishing regulations discussed during this hearing will become ef- fective on January 1, 1979. We are urging all interested persons to participate in this meeting. Fishermen may wish to designate representatives to )resent their views and com- ments." The 1979-80 hunting and trapping regulations will be discussed at a later date. Bob Backbnd Retains Title, BY DON MERCER In wrestling action at the Baltimore Civic Center Satur- day night Bob Backlund, the reigning World Wide Wrestling Federation champion suc- cessfully defended his title against the "Iron Greek" Spires Arian, Backluad gained the first advantage with a series of scientific moves. Arian came back with his usual illegal tactics. However the scientific maneuvers of Backlund over- powered Arian as Arian fell to Backlund's atomic kneedrop at 24: I0 in the match. The second championship match of the evening saw the tag team champion, the Yukon Lumberjacks,t back the challenge of Tally Garoa and Haystacks Calhoun, 601 Ibs., in two straight falls. In the third championship match, the women's champion, the Fabulous Moolah completely dominated challenger, Vicki Horse Show Honors Jefferson 4.H'ers On August 17, thirteen members of the Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club jour- neyed to Lewisburg, W. Va., to participate for the second year in the State Fair Horse and Pony Show, Blue Grass Bowl, on August 18-19. The members were Leanne Arave, Leea Arnold, Audra Brannon, Mark Brannon, 'Tammy Clendening, Paula Grove, Mike Gunnoe, Tina Gunnoe, Deborah Haines, Todd Kable, Larry Myers, Jr., Robin Myers, and Michelle Yanuzzi. At the end of the two days of competition, with outstanding showing done by each member, a junior champion contest was awarded to Larry Myers, Jr., on Smokey, and a senior reserve contest to Deborah Haines on Ginger. A total of 41 ribbons was won in the Western, English, and contest events. In the drill team competition Jefferson County took top honors with the girls team taking first place and the boys team taking second. Members of the girls team are Leea Arnold, Audra Brannon and Tammy Cien- dening. Members of the boys team are Mike Gunnne, Todd Kable and Larry Myers, Jr. Ten Mile Run To Be HeM Oct. 1 00timm National Battlefield On October I, at 9:30 a.m., the National Park Service and the Hagerstown Run For Fun Club will co-sponsor a ten mile run at Antietam National Battlefield, one mile north of Sharpsburg, Md., on MD 65. The course will loop ten miles through the historic parklands over the grass-lined tour roads. All running enthusiasts are invited to enter. To receive a registration packet, call 301-432- 5124, or write, "Ten Mile Run", Antietam National Battlefield, P.O. Box 158, Shnrpsburg, Md. 21782. The race will begin at 9:30 ==m l a.m. from the Visitor Center, where parking is available. The following facilities will be provided: rest rooms, dressing area, post race refreshments, timers on the course, sam-pots, water stations, emergency medical services, course I supervision, and showers nearby at High School. Participants are pre-register by 1978. There is no Awards will be provided Parks and At Godfrey Volkswagen, Audi, Inc. 1974 CHEVROLET VEGA: Hatchback, 4-speed transmission, radio ............ 1973 CHEVROLET VEGA GT: 4-Speed trans- mission, radio ................. 1.973 OPEL MANTA LUXUS: 4-Speed transmission, radio ............ 1973 MAZDA RX-3: Station wagon, auto- matic transmission, factory 1 rebuilt engine .............. 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