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mistakes such as the especially in the second sting action, cost the Shepherds Cardinals, but a~t the time paid off in touch- Moorefield High School afternoon and made it for the Yellowjackets to victory back to Hardy with them. the opening game of the for ,both teams and some had been anticipated on Yellowjackets needed to the Cardinals in a fatal manner. The Cardinals dominated play throughout the first half and held a 14-0 lead. But the second half of the action proved to be a complete reversal of events for both teams. The Cardinals, who looked like they would break the battle wide open in the first half, floundered and fumbled around most of the second half. At the of both teams. But the same time Coach George Hott's which the Cardinals Yellowjackets, who had not had all in the second half, pro Lmuch offensive punch in the the victory spark whichl first half, took advantage of four N. GEORGE ST.- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. to the number of inquiries that have been made, the dissolving partnership of Kisner and Leo Kisner announces that his business, namely KISNER PLUMBING & HEATING continue to operate at the original location on N. St. The office will be open from 9:00 a. m. to p. m. - Monday through Friday. New Telephone Number Will Be 725-8161 And His Residence Phone Is 725-7292 Call Will Be Welcomed At Anytime --- 5500--H E A D--5500 F-O-U-R WINCHESTER FEEDER CATTLE SALES Livestock Exchange, Inc. - Winchester, Va. State Sponsored - Graded - Uniform Lots - All Breeds Mark These Dates On Your FALL YEARLIN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1970 --- 7:30 P. M. FEEDER CALF SALE & SHOW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1970 -- 1 P. M. (Show 10 A.M.) (Sale 1 P. M.) 2nd FALL YEARLING SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1970 --- 7:30 P. M. 2nd FEEDER CALF SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1970 -- 7:30 P. M. Dehorned Yearlings 500 lb.--Up - Feeder Calves 300 lb 600 lb. Bangs Vaccinated Heifers. Eligible for Interstate Ship. Guarantee: "No Bred Heifers or Stags" (In Feeder Calves Only) Stine - Advisor P.T. McIntire, Sale Manager Write or Phone: AREA 703 - 662-2946 NORTHERN VIRGINIA LIVESTOCK, INC. BOX 440 - WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA 22601 Sept. 10-1t- to the death of my 'husband I will sell the following and antiques located at "Mount Airy" on Route 340, be. Waterloo, Va. and White Post, Va. on: SATURDAY, S TEMBER 19, 1970 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. tester bed; cannon ball rope bed; walnut han.-made bed; single bed; marble top table; old walnut wardrobe; walnut extension table; mahogany love seat; 2 Victorian chai'rs; walnut end table; oval pedestal table; mahogany chair; walnut chair; pine pie safe; oak washstand; oak lamp table; school desk; Lawson chair; high chai~r; studio child's play tal~le and chairs; old trunks; old wooden picture frames; towel rack; folding screens; old chande- ,lamps; apple butter stirrer; ham b~ler; OGee mantel curtain crimpers; cherry seeder; waffle iron; fireplace and tools; Zeither; metal round table; w~cker porch chairs; fruR jars; old bottles; electric fans; small stove; iron pat; old locks; wash bowl and pitcher sets. Very old green pitcher and glasses trimmed in gold; luster tea teaf ,teapot; spade pitcher; o14 compotes; glass; China teapot and-sugar bowl; collection of [ass salt & pepper shakers; pressed glass dishes; 6-ser- Plates; sglver meat platter; silver ,butter dish; silver basket; bone handle knives & forks; Majolica duck dish; butter bone dishes; vases; books; deep fat fryer; Toastmaster 9 x 12 pink woven rug; linens; quilts; complete Shop with lathe; joiner; jig saw and drill press; Eclipse wasp chain saw (heavy duty); Black & Decker drill; Delta electric grind stone; hand tools; paint compressor; pipe and cutter; new circular saw set & sharpener; old anvil; garden ~ractor with all attachments; Louson mower; mQwe, r; garden ~ools; electric motors. A lot of articles- too to mention. Nothing to be moved until settled for. ORNDoRFF - Auctioneer -~- 955-2632 MILS. JOHN SPARKS responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch rights. Sept. 10-2t- l of the five Shepherdstown fum- yard stripe, Rick Park who hadI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE bles, converting three of them been moved from the Yellow- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 B--7 into touchdowns and a victory, jacket line to fullback, smashed The Cardinals put off the in zor a touchdown and it was " game's first scoring fireworks 14-6 Shepherdstown. Nichols 6-4; Brent Hummer - Dale Marcus (B) def Hoppy Ker- with a touchdown drive on their Then in the final period Moore Stewart (CT) def, Willingham --- cheval 8-2; Dunny Keyser (CT) first scrimmage action. A beauti- field closed the gap to 14-12 when Leps 8-6; O'Brien - Milleson (B) def. Orndorf 8-2. def. Martha Hayes Jeff Ash-I fully executed reverse to hal~- the Yellowjackets recovered ~ - back Steve Hohnes, who raced another Cardinal fumble and Lar' craft ~2; Brenda Hummer - Steve R b t L IdOl) fl 25 yards into the end zone, gave ry Eye took a 31-yard pass and Ctine (CT) def. Dean- Leps 6-3. t 0 eree owe ~j~ the Cardinals a 6-0 lead. Holmes, scored.Then with eight minutes of TheDean14 Year Old Results: l IlUnJJIJ|U=" run climaxed and 85-yard Card- (B) deT. Kieth Chandler Held For 6ra inal drive, play still remaning the Yellow- 9-7; Roscoe Hayes (CT) def. Mill In the second period Holmes jackets recovered their fourth The inexperienced and under- two points after the first touch- eson 8-3; Jimmy Peters (CT) def. Robert Lee McDowelt of Kea~,l~) again brought the large crowd of Cardinal fumble and several plays manned Harpers Ferry High foot- down and when Milton smashed McFillen 10-8; Carl Dorf (CT) neysville, was ordered held fol2 " Cardinal fans to their feet by later Herb Hawse took a pass and ballers opened their 1970 season his way over for two points after def. Morrow 8-3; Shaf.fer (B) def. intercepting a Moorefield pass raced 17 yards for the game win- on a disastrous note Friday night the second one, the Tigers moved Jimmy Cline 8-4; Roscoe Hayes action of the September term of~ and racing 65 yards for the sec- ning score. Park ran for the in Luray, Va when they fell vic- in front 16-14. Keith Chandler (CT) def. Dean- the Jefferson County Grand Jury "-~ ond Shepherdstown touchdown, extra point to up the Moorefield tim to the Page County Va ~High But the Tigers didn't hold the Willingham 6-4: Betsy Barker -- at a hearing ,before Justice of s And Wesp Whetstone ran for the count to 20-14. gridmen, by a 50-16 score in what lead 4"or long as the Virginians Trudy Anders (CT) def. McFillen the Peace E. W. Day on a charge extra two points and the Card- was the also the season's opener took the ensuing kickoff and Morrow 6-4; Jimmy Peters - Carl of wounding with a knife, Barron ~.~ inals had a 14-0 lead. Historical ,J I i~~oc|el'u for the Virginians. mrached for their third TD, with Dorf (CT) def. Schaffer-Buchner p Jackson of Mill~cood, Va Bond:'.~ Coach Wayne Whitmore's Tig- just 50 seconds of the first hal'f 9-7. for McDowell's release from jail ~ With the Cardinals defensive ers spotted the Virginians a touch of play remaining. The two point The 16 Year Old Results: was set at $2,000.00. f~ : line looking great, the Yellow- Picnic ,-,CeurAa" down and a two-point conversion try for the extra point was good jackets didn't seem to have much on the first play of the game from and they held a 22-16 lead at the steam in the first half. In fact The annual picnic meeting of scrimmage, and then came back halfway mark. ,~ the Cardinals held Moorefield to the men~bership of the Jefferson midway in the second period to With the Tigers handicapped just three first downs the first Coun,ty Historical Society will be take a 16-14 lead. But from that due to the lack of reserves, hay- half. held Saturday, Sept. 12, at "Pied- point on the heavier and better ing taken only 16 players to Luray The second half was just about .mont," the home of Miss Louise manned, Virginians took control and two of them injured, the all Moorefield as the Yellol~- C. Briscoe on the Charles Town- of the action and coasted to the third period proved to be a rout jackets recovered a Cardinal rum Middleway Road (State Route 51). victory, for the Virginians as they rolled ble on the Cardinal 43-yard line. The affair will get underway at Injuries to Vince Lilla, one of for 22 points to turn what had Then after three consecutive first 4 p. m. and there will be a cover- the Tiger's key offensive and de- been a close game into one-sided downs, by Carl Whetzel and At- ed dish dinner served. Those plan fensive players and Bob Davis, affair. bert Leatherman which moved ning to a~tend are asked to bring also an outstanding defensive Dingas scored a quick touch- Moorefield to the Cardinal 10- along a covered dish. man, in the first half, hurt the down in the early minutes of the chances of the Tigers both on third period on a 55-yard pass offense and defense, play then minutes later Steve Ronnie Sours, who raced 80 Judd raced around end for 35 SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF yards for the game's first touch- years and another TO and Sours down on the first scrimmage play came 'back just 'before the close by Page County, and Kenny Din- of the third period with his sec- gas, did just too much running ond TD of the game on a 35-yard for the Tigers to cope with. After run, to give the Virginians a 44-16 Sours had raced for the first score going into the ,final period. touchdown, Dingas smashed over It was Dingas, who raced 25- for two points to give the Vir. yards for this third TD who gave ginians an 8-0 lead. Then early the Virginians their score in the in the second period Dingas made final period. Liff]e or no money down it 14-0 when he scooped up a Tig- Gil,bert Dodson, played an out er punt which had .been blocked standing game for the Tigers on r.'asy Credit Terms and raced 20 yards for a TD. defense, intercepting one Page With Harpers Ferry was a determin- County pass and making a total ed bunch, however, and they came of 19 tackles, Vince Lilla also roaring back to pick up 16 quick turned in a grea~ game until he # points, with John Milton, Tiger was injured, making 11 tackles quarterback, firing a 40-yard and running for one extra point. 10:00 A. lit touchdown passed to Terry Arthur Stewart, freshman ~ack James. Then minutes later Ron- was the leading bround~ gainer for nie Ainsworth raced a Page Cou- the Tigers, picking up 82 yards, 230 W. Washington St. --- Charles Town, W. Va.ondnty puntTigerbaCkTD.65LiltaYardshadfOrrunthe seefor whilepasses TerrYfor 66JameSyards. caught three Bath All Work And Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Hours Daily- 9:00 to 5:00 Friday- 9:00 to 9:00 " 403 SOUTH CHURCH STREET Remember - If You Don't I ow Your Watches, Know Your Jeweler -- The Charles Town General Hos@ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. pital becomes one of the forty- t,narles Town Tennis I five hospitals in West Virginia to participate in a State:Wide reams 6et Wh. Two Ties FINANCING AVAILABLE Tele-lecture Communication Sys-t tern beginning September 14, 1970. In Berr)'vilh Match Harry C. Harner, Administrator SEPTEMi ER i and L. Patricia Biro, R. N Assist The Charles Town tennis teams for Nursing~-Were the guests of the Berry- and Education collaborat- ville, Va. netters on Monday, Sep STARTING A~ 10:30 A. M. ed with West Virginia University tember 7. Charles Town won the (On the Corner of W. Race and Rosemont Avenue) School of Nursing Continuing Ed- 14 Year Old match 6-2. The 12 122 ROSEMONT AVE MARTINSBURG, W. VA. ucation, Morgantown, West Vir- Year Old team tied 44 and the TRUST DEPARTMENT ginia and the West Virginia Hos- 16 year old team tied 1-1. Complete 5-pc. mahogany bedroom suite; maple dresser and pital Association to provide the Charles Town will play another bed; recliner; Singer sewing machine; Shetland sweeper; walnut communication system. The goal match at Berryvilte on Saturday blanket chest; 12 odd chairs (some cane bottom); odd tables; is to implement educational pro- September 12 in their .final out- cane bottom rocker; 3 coil springs; very old dresser; washstand; grams in an effort to meet the ing of the season. The 12 year old walnut chest of drawers; 2 antique chest of drawers; kitchen,growing and crucial continuing team's record is now (3-0-I), the TRUSTEE table; 1 clover leaf stand with claw feet; brass bed; pine wash- educational needs of personnel 14 year old team is (3-1), and stand; pineapple post; mahogany bed; 2-pc. Wicker set; coffee in the health care system, the 16 year old team is (14)-!). ELIZABETH L. WARE table; walnut trundle bed; Kenmere electric dryer; walnu~ 1 The Division of Nursing, De- Willingham (B) def. Jeff Ash. corner cupboard; round oak table and 6 chairs; Gone-With-The- partment of Health, Education craft 9-7; Dale Stewart (CT) def. PHONE 725-2071 Wind lamp; kerosene lamps and lartterns; twin beds; 5-4 bed; and Welfare, U. S. Pt~blic Health Leps 8-6; O~Brien (B) def. Mar, mahogany poster bed; 2 yarn winders; large wood spinning Service provides funds for the tha Hayes 8-5; Cindy Vickers Sept. 3-3t- tele-communication lines. Each (CT) def. Dean 8-1; O'Brien-Dean wheel; round walnut extension table; Carnival glass; some hospital is funding the rental of (~B) def. Pam Pierce Nancy an,tique dishes; dishes; pans, a~d other articles too numerous the tele-lecture equipment and to mention, granting time release for person- TERMS.--CASH: nel to participate in the pro- grams. Auctioneer -- LYLE NOLL Clerk-- GEORGE W. GAINS ESTATE OF NAOMIA M. THOMPSON Ronmey, W. Va. James R. Thompson, Executor FLAMELESS Lunch Rights Reserved. Nothing to be removed until settled for. ELECTRIC Not Responsible For Accidents. Sept. 10-1t- SEPTEMBER 12, 1970 Beginning At 10:00 A. M. Place: N. SAMUEL STREET FOR: (Old Jefferson County Motors Building) ANTIQUES: Old Adams chairs; oak dressers; oak beds; brass POTOMAC EDISON pitchers; old cradle; telephone pole glass insulators; old dishes; ',REPLACEMENT BURNERS old trunks; chests of drawers; old platform rocker and many other old items. FORCEDAIR FURNACE USEFUL FURNITURE ITEMS: Rollaway bed; 3 electric HOT WATER HEATING SYSTEMS stoves; Maytag square tub washer (good); swing sets; kneehole desk (TyPewriter tYpe, good); modern living room suite; I-H.P. CONVERSION BtP~ERS electric motor; pool table set, complete; radios; 3 television sets; record players; electric clocks; bicyc,le; oil stove; ironing CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING board; bookcase; kitchen sink; lamps; electric sweePers; electric o~ [~ ~ 01}1} ~'~ lawn mower; sofa beds; ~oys; chairs; ~ools; walnut veneer ~U CHRYSLER ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS dresser and bed; green lavatory; green toilet bowl (no tank); o~-~[~,~/(~ porch gliders; snow tires; power lawn mowers; rugs; many INSTALLED BY OUR OWN EXPERIENCED MEN other items toe numerous to men,tion. AWA R D -WI N N I N {3 NEW ITEMS: Coleman gas stove for camping; 2 new portable D E~I~ N~ radios; new lawn sprinklers; new belts; new si~Ik hose (several These new designs are pair); case anti-freeze; Tasty F~eeze; many copies of National sensibly priced and are ex. ; clusively availa hie in a wide Geographic Magazine; games; toys; furnRure, and many ~ther selection of Sealmark Rock new items, of Ages Memorials. This merchandise has been donated by individuals and bus- ~ Yheycnaylm ~- chased with inesses, and is.in good ~tio~. --"~ down pay. All Items Are To Be Sold For The Benefit of the Building Fund. ~ , NOTE: At the same place and time the Women of the Church will hold a Bake Sale: Pies~ Cakes- Candy, etc. MARTINSBURG Lunch Rights Are Reserved and The Youth will Sell Lunch. GRANITE WORKS he" PAUL MILLER - CLAY THARPE . Auctioneers FLOYD G. ODOM - Owner m R. E. MORELAND - CLARK FURR - Clerks PHONE 267-6141 Asbury United Methodist Church West John Street 725-7021 Charles Towu, W. Va. MARTINSBURG, W. VA.