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g i To the working men and women this community, we express our pride and our thanks, Their efforts, energy and initiative have done much in building for prosperity and progress, and on them we rely, as we look to the future. We, too, are privileged to work for the good of our town, our friends and neighbors. Our job: banking ser- vices that help provide the financial "muscle" for growth. May we help you? We now, pay 31/ % Interest on all 'Savings Accounts We also offer 4% Certificates of Deposits the Tiger squad this season, and a big boy ra~ t~at, andPaul Jack- son, brother of th~ great Mickey Jackson, are battling for the cen- ter job, Jackson did see a little action last season, While Manuel is rookie. OTHERS TO PLAY Other boys who are likely to By Barbara Hooper Last Tuesday was another Home & Home for the LGA, and this time we journeyed to Purcellville to meet in comptltion with the Loudoun County women golfers. Actually, we competed more stri- ngly (or at least more spirit) than the resuRing score indicates, since it was Purcellville 11 pts. and Charles Town 1 pts. We al- ways look forward to playing with these girls as some warm fellow- ship always prevails, win or loose. And it did not rain, which is un- usual, because it has mined three out of the four times we've been there although not usually eno- ugh to halt the play. Low gross and net for PUt'cellvflle was Fran- ces Cornwall and a tie for net between "Whiltle' 'Good (txuth) and Joan Collins; for C. T, it was Nandy Roth and Ethlyn Mc- Dona,ld. I might add that the team of McDonald an(l ~ndy Cain brought in the one pt. for Char- les Town. Congratsl Sounds like a poker game at Sleepy HOllow Ladies Day Thurs- day . "Most Threes, Fours and Fivs" with handicap was the game However, it was golf and the prizes went to the three people who got the most 5's on their card, the most 4's and the m st 3 s - - with the proper amount of strokes given to each player. Polly Moore had the most 5's Dot Brown the most 4's and Ruby Propst the most 3's. Cindy Cain had the most two's but tought tuck, Cin, they don't count! Once again only six members showed - - please try to be pre- sent,next time - - we're all needed Flash - I just heard via my hot line that Marty Beeler chipped in for a par 4 on number nine and to top it off - Nancy Roth, who was playing with Marty turn ed around and did the same thing! But Marty still won Nancy's goat and shot a 48 to do it. Other boys who had been re- garded as fine replacements for the gradua~ion~casualities, but who will be missing for one rea- son or another are: Charlie Mc- Cormick, a fine quarterback p~t. ential, Who sustained a back in- jury; Raymond Roy, a defensive back; MJckey Walker, a speedster halfback, Duke Day, Kenny Carr, Arthur AnderSon, Arthur And- rews, a,ll interior linemen and Henry Yates and Paul Davenport, end prospects. But n(vt all the bad breaks have hR the Panthers and their coach- ing staff, to date. Roger Parker, head coach of the Trojans, said this week kis Trojan squad has also been hit hard by graduation casualities and for other ineligi- bility reasons. Coach Parker said he lost 17 boys from his 1965 squad, 11 of them veterans of last years team, nine of Chem star, ters. Missing from the Trojan line- Thq Opposition This l What,s Up Front eouflts ~ lot towards the success of any football teamT--and when the Charles Town High Panthers take the B Friday night against the Hampshire County High Trojans, the big and "fearsome foursome" shown above will have to play a major t4[ , - ~ Mr an in stopping the Trojan offens~ if the Panthet~ iti-e to be victorious. This quartet, three of them veterans of last year s l'anther t~i~0~ ;,_ whiehtegl~tert~l it ~-8 YAak:k, ate expeeted tO pi~ve to be one of the biggest and toughest interior defensive quartets the Panthers ~ C~a] fielded in some years. An~ three of them Will also be leading the front-line charging of the Panther offense. This quartet ave~bert V ~i0.pounds a~d with armpit ebrittmt e~nt~ under their belta, they will be rough for any team to handle this, season. The qua~Teresa ~tS shown, all seniors, are: (left to right)--Tommy Mercer, 215-pound veteran tackle, who has been called Trouble, by every team ~JUnction has played against in the past three seasons; $ohn Shockey, 205-pound guard, who is expected to be even greater this season than~ when he caused loatls of trouble for th~ opposition; Mike McKee,~ 215.pound defensive guard, who has proven he ean hold with the biggest and best of titt~; and D0it ~echt, 20S-peered tackle who will be playing his first year of Varsity football. Mercer, and Specht will be playhtg rite game both ways, while McKee will be used only on the defense. (Photo by Tim vice, and five rookies. The veterans will be Clifford Wilson, as a defensive end; Tom- my Mercer, John Shockey, Mike McKee, interior linemen and Bob by Doleman, a good-big, hard run ning halfback. Riehie Mills. a line man and Alex Doleman, who saw some service last season will be in the starting team. On the basis of the tentative starting defensive line-ups releas- ed this week by lhe Coaches ol the two teams, Charles Town will definitely have a decided weight advantage over the Trojans Fri- day night, both on the forward and in the backfield. The Panther defensive line is expected to average about 190 pounds to 171 for the Trojans. The Panther offensive backfield will also have about a 15-pound weight advantage, with a 165 ave- rage as against 151 for the Tro- jans. Charles Town will have eight seniors in the starting line-up and Hampshire county will have six seniors and five juniors, Coach Roger Parker listed his probably starting line-up as Torn Nichols, a 185-pound senior and Doug Lewis, a 135-pound senior at the end posts; Larry Moyer~ a l?0-pottnd: seni~ and David Parker, a 185-pound, junior as the tackles; Lyle Colebank, 160- pound, junior, and Robert Flah- agan, , a 165-pound, junior, as the guards; Roger See, 190-pound sen ior, at the cente post; Steve Da- vis, 155-pound, senior as quarter- back; Francis Coleman, 150-pound~ senior and John Alkixe, 140-pound junior as the hali backs and Mike Timbrook,;in a 160=potmd junior, as: bin~ 170-pound, Junior; Gten Hint. on, 155.pound sophomore or Ron W dtmore, 155-pound Junior, and Greg Johnson, 175-pound junior, as the defensive backs, Coaches Lutman and Zamber. Inn stated that possibly a number of t her members of the squad Woukl see some action in this game, since a fewef the, positions are still up for grabs, The Charles Town squad will travel by chaxtered bus to Rom- hey, leaving about 4:30. A large delegation 0f Charles Town fans are expected to motor to Rvmney for the battle which is expected to draw one of the largest crowds ever to attend a football game in the new Hampsire Cot~ty stad. ium Which was completed only two years ago. The Hampshire :AtMetic 'Bbost; ers Club has been working hard this week building up intei, est and {mthuSiasm in the big game, having staged a pbxade in Rom- ney Monday even~g, Wrentching FROM PAGE -- 1 be ready to take anything that Coach Roger Parker lets out of the Trojan horse Friday night. On taking a second look into the boflirtg brew shows the Panthers knocking that Trojan front wall down and rolling to an even more convincing win than that 7-0 edg- hag which they managed over Hampshire county last season. Well do you see anything in that pot that .lock's like members and a score, we asked. And Crone No. '3, said, why yes, the Panthers by a~ least a 20-6 score. And now die Witch can you tell us just how they will do this? Power, man, shear power on the ground. . Now can you see what wi,ll happen in Strasburg where the making an invasion? Ah witch No. 2. That picture the Tigers mauling the by a 13-7 score. You say this happen when the are a veteran, crew and the best Strasburg has in years? Well again it's und power which the Tigers come up with. Now let's see, oh yes, going to be some action in eley Springs that same you see what might happen we asked witch No.L. is a little hazy, she since a lot of the action is place in the air. but it the Indians men and bruised the tune of 19-6. Use The Ch see some action Friday nigltt, up wil be Duane Colebank and the fullback. , Coach Jackson said, are big Don- John Zeilor, the ends; Harvey Charles Town s starting defen- ald Haines, a 210-pound junior Daugherty and Richard Riggle- sire line-up will probably be Cliff chestnut DINGS - Chestnu~ Bay colt, Iryll at the defensive guard post; Ter- man, the tackles" Ron Doman, a Wilson, 170-pound senior; and . winner Celtic Money - Cliiconessa, C. B. Carter; IT Miller, a 150-pound junior, who guard; Fred Nickelsoja, the center Bill SmRh, also 170-p0und senior ained some experience the Dwight Carpentdr, Bill Riggleman at the ends; Tommy Mercer, 215- best .colt in his Chestnut Colt, Suh King-Dai's guard and center slots last year; and Larry Saville backs, pound senior and Don Specht, 205 !ourth T i-State Joseph Mazzoeco; Chestnut Colt, Show held at. Flaming Fleet-Miss Mac B., Ray "Flea" Conway, Johnn Rutherford W nen ,the Pan,thers take to the pound senior as llnebackers John, Ls last Saturday Bridenbaker, Charles Town; Bay and Carroll Johnson, all new- field Friday night Coach Doug] Shockey, 205-pounds and Mike Me l 27. . coR, War Tune-Cross Bun, Louis comers to the squad. Lutman said about five regulars ] Kee, 215 pounds, both seniors, at Mted by Orme E. Torreyson, Charles Town. Lttther Wilson, also a new man from last season's team will be | guards; Ri hie Mills, 160-pound in the starting llne.up along with ] senior, center, and Bobby D01e- his l~st start a~ YEARLING FILLIES - Bay, on the Tiger squad th~ season, is one other boy who saw some ser- | man, 170:pdund Senior; Leeds Cor Shenandoah Downs and iS among ..... ...... being groomed as a back-up man th.l~ateafo, tne$.v, nttt, HarvestSinging.Mojill, Sam for rquarterback Lee BaUnger, NeWS Sdd~ Trl-$tate FtRfll'ity to be O C'-raham" Bay Plan- Jim Ben- And Coach Jackson said Wilson & ~t~l~ SLept. ~. " i la'h'~Ca~er', C~I'. I~e~y H~den; is beginning to be ta~et impress- 'e: Chestnut,- Misty Flight-Gay Cal- ice. , W. ony Dr. A. Howard. Al ough here are still a lot (From Pag One) 1~U~us Ad, Wen TWO YEAR-OLD COLTS problems to be worked out yet, del Bet, Mrs " Coach Jackson said he thinks internationally known Lippizzan stallion between the halves Slash Cdtta,,e" Celtic Air, Ormes Wilson, Jr., ]his boys wilt give a good account of the racing doubleheader at She oah DoWnS 0n Labor .... ' r Gra " " I v.. R~ Wood Chee~ul App each, Sam O. -] of themselves Friday mght and. ' 1 Bro-- Early Cross, Sky Line Farm]that by, the time November ro is =v " "" .... " ' airest arles "rown, World s F , J around the Harpers Ferry team pLrRPLE PANTHER ': we are Id, 0'~ "rs ..~" ~r~.~a~. Vtb~ Mr.s Thomas H. Pet,. "Ch s ]Wgl have improved on last sea- lOotk~l ple~lty son's three wins one tle as sharp and dispiayed#arly Seas6 l Lst Friff y n sc - ".Robe."'rt coi : 0-YEAR4)LD ..... FILLW_ --! gatimt five feats: , , mage with North,,I-Iagerstown Htgh's it.s a "con: Sea O'Erm, - Nicole, RObert B. Carmimtwe, Mrs. Jbseph H. Set- The W gers will find the Stras- trolled scrimmage whereby the speCt| e c Ch:e . Were Young; B~at ~t~ t~a, O'Erin ~; .l~t~ing Nala, ~ir&~ I~etty M. : burg team. a tough one, loaded the field coaching while their pl ybi, s were sc ging..'. Arrowleaf, ~[~ J&~s N, ?did- I~ngerb~am; Waverly Night, Mrs/ with a h0~ ~ff Veterans.froin a *""*" .... t trays. . ..... : JRmes.N. AndreWs, Debit Again ]fine 1065 t am Which battled the . BUCKPASSER became the newest horse millionaire ins YEARLINGS COLTS AND GEL R0ber~ M. WinSt ad, Jr. Tlger rlg down to the wire be- week by winning the Tracers Stakes, collecting $53,6 /When ...... = " ~ .................. ]fore dropping a 7@ decision to Man '() War won the same race in 1920, the 'winners share IP#..--. ling the entire season. Although th'e . -_ ...... .... was $9,275... . ..... I TaTu ton saw nlv lintRed serviceerector, neaq coach oz u--- ] hegai tied enough eX the Virgirdans, is this. year we r- IN GOLF MA( AZiNE,'B y *, ises h te on From Pa e I-B [v~ri~e to help him greatly in mg.a gri~ ~ enthusiasm- ra. ly 0 Longerbeam, two fine defe Ive | his ful*i4ime assignment this sea- seen on me lace any to.wan finesse 8hoes around the greens. You ve got to hit ends andS. p. ivers; | 0n. The other halfback slot ire coa.c , so early in the p .4 . On quick. The |ong r yoU hang )ver y, our shot, the tighlmr your., critically____ Gt your sport coats as well as e" ti ffebergd r, a I the "T!ger backfield is still one raxnmg...Pro ..0r ms hands become, i do most of my thinkit g while walking up i fine hard.barging lullback, Con- that up for grabs, With Norman squad 10o tree . ch J,ac -said Wednesday he Mum w, a 135-pond junior, who years, ha, 12 iiRt r tO the " " ." -..-***--- . I " - ' fotmd good re- saw some service last season; and men;. back .ff team, Or W@St !n ,t tMS t - . 7" Mou ttdm rs f06tb l i dhte ih 1 71... long:haa it been since your treated you elf to a n ers tslCafl., *big for ffni wilt nixed up rmm ..me jayv ?. _ t aaMY see service FridaY, nl ht tce uvning, lettermen mcmae , .... ...... ' ...... -" " ' ....................... " ....GREEN BAY eACKERS" 'd"the Ysrm s will HoW The b;- --'cation mark naw Coach J ckson said. This cemer uartm mc . ~s ~t~, ~v ..... i~k All ...... hoverir these-new boys is their i Ttger backfieid will be big and R er _. ! one, q u.a battle it out for the 1966 National Foot ll Deagne title, handSome :new SPORT (X)AT? Too long--we II wager. , ..I: "_'*'~ ~ ~, ,...,-~.L,...~. ..~.~ i for ~he mostvart extmrienced , eroacK t~enny Renner, enu Jonn ... -- ........ - :-" -=- " Wymer, Chartie Himelright, while the Buffalo Biils and the San Diego Chart ers te Well .'.' how's.the time to choose that handsome new one how long 411 them lol And the forward wail in front .... t.c le for the American Football League flag, so says=Sports Mag- come ;~to~ e ~ ~er fire. ! of tithe Tiger backfield. Will also {Vil~"'~ ~W~:h'":i "~'t~h'a" "st"r from:ou:r g t, lection. You'll look better - ' and feel ~ .: .......... , ..fi, ll ........ el., lmlfb ck Bu e azine inn current isstte. The ntagazine alSoi icks the Wash- Tkm,cottld: Friday mgk [have some experienced Perform- v, m ,,:' 'l er.o, b - L0rhe- P5 a 220- ......... ington Redskins for a sixth place finish this season .... better! whYflelay such pleasure ? take :this ~ and a /eW moke [ Peund sen or tac~e, expected tO , .' $,~,7,)~$ f ~iAgI~00 be[ore : l' m~p as:. [ be the leader of what's up font ,, . . i S.D. PARTIES: Sept. 6, The Exchange Clttb of Washing- But~ ~ 'i~ ~t ]east SiX veterans ~ for the Tlger~ Also providing Nt~W tOaCllff ton 60; Sept. 7, The Eastern Panhandle ShHhb Cltib of 109 : i * the/some emperience to the line will "'-'" 7""--"=:- or more. Thursday, Sept. 8, L, eesburg Rotary Club, numbc - I t :! i be W].Ibert l