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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, t988 Country Heritage Supports 5K Run Country Heritage Properties, Inc., has made a sizable monetary contribution to the 5K run being held this Sun- .day on behalf of the Animal Welfare League of Jefferson County. The run begins at 8 a.m. and registration forms are available at any local bank. In the above photo, associate brokers Ruth Pritchard and Dottle Flannery, on the left, present a check for $500 to Sherrie Waiters, third from left, and Pam Carroll, right, both of whom are members of the Board of Direc- 1 tors of the Animal Welfare Society. Not pictured is broker Judy Moore. The Paddock, which is co- sponsoring the race with Country Heritage, has donated $I,000 to the cause. Runners in all age categories will be offered running positions in the 5K race. All information concerning the race is noted on the entry form. The race will be run through Ranson and Charles Town. Bag Trophies Todd Hough, left, of Kabletown, and Bill Hough, right, of Kear- neysville, left for a hunting trip on July 29 for the Yukon Territory of Canada, a 15-day event. Both men are shown here with Dall Sheep which I , Jefferson Park . The junior tennis association will hold a 20-family yard sale at the pavilion beside the Jefferson Memorial Park tennis courts Satur- day, September 24, beginning at 7 a.m. and continuing throughout the day. The sale will be held rain or shine and will feature children's and adult's clothing, books, sports equipment, household items and much more. Phone 725-8313 September 22, 23 or 24 for a sales information update. Brown, Warner To Ram Hall Of Fame The Shepherd College Athletic Hall of Fame win induct Pad. Brown and Roscoe Warner at the annual Hall of Fame banquet on Friday, October 21, a the'Bavarian Inn. : Brown, an assistant football coach ]t Handley High School, played for the /tams from 1969-1973. He excelled on the football field and the track eam at Shepherd College. Brown erned first team All-WVIAC honors n football for his performance during . the 1972 season. He also was selected :: 'LUNG POWER '88' CHow can you win a one-week trip for tvto to Orlando, Fla., and have fun in {he process? By dancing in the "Lung Pbwer '68' Dance Aerobic Marathon o, heduled the week of October 8 to 15. " The marathons will be held in at least 12 cities in the state and local lance aerobic instructors are asked to coordinate these events through their regularly scheduled classes. For the Charles Town area, Shelly Kees, of Martinsburg, telephone 263-1263, for ' more information. Participants are asked to obtain donations for their dancing in the three-hour marathons. Participant rand prizes include the trip, a winter ski weekend and one free pizza each Week for a year. Instructors can still get involved by calling Kathi Elkins at 342-6600, or write to her at P.O. Box 3980, harleston, W.Va. 25339. III UnihedVVay honorable mention All-Conference as a sophomore. Brown's athletic ability also carried over into track. He ran the I00, 220, and 440-yard dashes and long jumped for the Shepherd track squad. Brown ran on the school record setting 440 and mile relay teams. Since leaving Shepherd as an undergraduate, Brown has served as an assistant football and track coach at Handiey High School. He is present- ly the defensive coordinator at Handley and serves as the sponsor of the school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter. Brown graduated from Shepherd in 1973 and completed his Master's degree from Virginia Tech in Educa- tion Administration. He and his wife, Dale, reside in Winchester, Va. Warner, the second inductee to the Class of '68, played on the football, basketball and baseball teams at Shepherd. He earned most outstanding offensive lineman in the West Virginia Conference for his play during the 1934 season. Warner, a versatile athlete, also performed at center on the Shepherd basketball team and played outfield, first base and pitched on the Ram baseball squad. Warner touched many lives at Shepherd both as an athlete and volunteer assistant coach. He served seven years under Jesse Riggleman at Shepherd. During the same period, Warner taught and coached at Sus- quehanna High School in the Har- risburg, Pa., area. Warner, who passed away in 1682, is survived by his wife, Virginia, and son, George. He graduated from Shepherd in 1935. Tickets for the banquet can be pur- chased by mail through the Shepherd Sports Information Office. The cost of this year's banquet is $15 per person. For further information, please con- tact the Shepherd College Sports Infor- mation Office at 304-876-2511, ext. 228. If the last twotings of the Shepherd-West Liberty eries are any indication of the kind of football game that will be played Saturday at Russek Field in West Liberty, everyone should be prepared for a close, nail biting contest. In 1966, the Rams escaped with a narrow, 14-6, road victory. Last year in Shepherdstown, Shepherd scored early in the fourth quarter to post a 16-13 win over the Hilltoppers, and give head coach Monte Cater his first win at Shepherd College. If the Rams need a field goal in Saturday's contest, they can depend on senior place kicker Rich Poole. Poole has converted 5-of-7 field goals with his longest, a 42-yarder against Glenville State last Saturday. He is perfect on three extra point attempts. "I have to be pleased with Rich's performance at this point," said Cater. "He is within one field goal of his total output last year." Shepherd's offense has put Poole within field goal range all year. The Rams top rusher is Martinsburg native Bill Adams. Adams averages 4.3 yards a carry and has gained 228 yards on 53 carries. He also has two touchdowns to his credit. In a 20-6 win over Glenville State last weekend, Skip Stasky completed 11-of-25 passes for 177 yards and one touchdown. Stasky's top receiver on the afternoon was Chris Scaglione, who finished with six catches for 95 they shot during the trip. They also each bagged a caribou and enjoyed fishing for northern pike, lake trout, and articgrayling. They returned to Jefferson County on August 16. The Hagerstown YMCA is offering a Red Cross lifesaving swim course beginning October I, at 1 p.m. This may be the only class offered in the tri- state area until July, 1989. Persons 16 and older desiring to be a lifeguard at any area pool next summer, beginning in May, should get their certification now. For more information, call the YMCA at 301-739-3990. Play in the fall junior tennis league got off to a successful start September 12. Players are reminded to check the tennis pavilion bulletin board for their scheduled dates of play. The Hagerstown YMCA swim team is seeking Jefferson Park swim team members, ages 6-18, to join the YMCA winter team. Swimmers would prac- tice two evenings per week with meets to be held on Saturdays. For more in- formation, call the YMCA at 301-739-3990. Fifty-three Jefferson junior team players, grades 7 through 12, have registered to play indoors at the Sheraton beginning in November. More information will be available later. A complete recreation schedule for the 1989 Jefferson Memorial Park season will appear in this newspaper next May. Jayvees Post Second Win Rams Seeking Win Number Two yards and one touchdown. His TD reception was a 26-yarder. In last week's win over the Pioneers, Shepherd rolled to 345 yards in total of- fense, 168 yards on the ground and 177 through the air. The Hilltoppers top offensive threat .is quarterback Doug Karas who started slowly completing 20-of-47 passes for 260 yards and one touchdown. He was a preseason NAIA All-America selection. Shepherd's defense hopes to shut down Karas and the Hilltoppers. A key to the Ram defense will be the play of linebacker Steve Borlie. Borlie, who earned West Virginia Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors against Glenville State, leads the Rams with 25 solo tackles and 14 assists. He also has one fumble recovery. Also expected to spearhead Shepherd's defense on Saturday are senior free safety Mike Sipe, and senior defensive ends Charlie Hunt and Vince Cooper. Sipe has three in- terceptions this year, including two last week against Glenville State. Ladies Golf Thursday and Friday, September 15 and 16, we played our last tournament of 1968. This was the seniors tourna- ment. It was a 36 hole medal play match with i00 percent handicap. After the first day Ginny Nutzman was the leader with a net 75. Her nearest competitor was Charlotte Gano with a net 77. Pauline Hudson was two strokes back with a net 79. On the second day Ginny didn't play quite up to her regular game but it was good enough to win with a two day net total of 155. Charlotte was runner-up with a net 156. Nancy Roth slid into third place with a net 157. In fourth place with a net 159 was Pauline. The lowest net round of the tourna- ment was by Beth Printz with a net 7O on the second day. What happened to her on the first day? Looks like she ran into water problems on the 15th hole. among other possibilities! Congratulations to the mer and to 5K Run Octob, Jefferson High's junior varsity foot- ball team remains undefeated as it prepares to clash with a tough Cumberland Valley Athletic League opponent, Allegany High of Cumberland, Md., at Cougar Stadium, Shenandoah Junction, Monday even- ing at 7 o'clock. Last week, the Little Cougars pro- vided evidence of things to come when they pounded Loudoun Valley, 30 to 0, also at Cougar Field. Previously, Jef- ferson whipped Hedgesville, 39 to 7. In the Loudoun Valley game, Ken- ny Carr was the catalyst as he scored touchdown in each of the first three quarters on runs of 10 and 30 yards, and a 40 yard pass from quarterback Sam Carpenter. Carpenter added to his laurels when he scored on a keeper play from one yard out. Some fine defensive play led to a pair of safeties as Loudoun Valley was trapped in its own end zone. Cougar Girls At Hedgesville A Cumberland Valley Athletic League contest is on tap tonight when the Jefferson High girls' basketball team travels to Hedgesville for a pair of games starting at 6 o'clock. The Lady Cougars got into the win column twice in the past week, and are hoping they'll be able to keep that vic- tory streak alive. Coach Mike Cook's proteges first took the measure of Berkeley Springs last Thursday, then defeated Hamp- shire High at Shenandoah Junction Monday evening, 50-35. This evened the season record at 2-2 for Jefferson. They dropped their fwst two outings to Park View and Frankfort. Next Monday, the Cougarettes will have a chance to even things up when they travel to Park View for a return engagement with the Virginians. Next Thursday, a week from today, they'll be in Winchester, Va., for a game with James Wood High School. GOLDEN CORRAL FAMILY STEAK HOUSE TEAMS W L Peaches and Cream 7 1 Pure Gold 7 1 Prime Ribs 6 2 Breaded Shrimp 6 2 Texas Toast 6 2 Hot Buns 5 3 Golden Girls 5 3 T-Bones 5 3 Bacon Bits 5 3 Hot Potatoes 5 3 Rib Eyes 5 3 Salad Bowls 4 4 Tomatoes 4 4 Sundae Toppings 3 5 Apple Pies 3 5 Grilled Cbik 2 6 Baked Potatoes 2 6 Candy Mints 2 6 Side Orders 2 6 Croutons 1 7 Mushroom I 7 Tender Cuts 1 7 High Individual Game -- Jo Souders 213; Rhonda Mason 544; Brenda Damron 508. High Averages -- Brenda Damron 179; Sylvia Pretre 179; Rhenda Mason 169. High Team Game -- Peaches and Cream 648; Hot Buns 625; T-Benes 612. High Team Series -- Peaches and Cream 1823; Hot Buns 1801; Golden Girls 1731. The Phi Epsilon fraternity at nouneed a scheduled for the college football field. A first ed to top male and female cond and third runners will be given The entry fee is with partiepants After that date, the fee is shirts wil be given out last. Entrie of the race from 7 a.m. The proceeds ly between and Phi Epsilon sponsored by Savings Bank get entry forms at Valley Mall in Frederick Mall, the Blue Ridge Outlet tinsburg, the Reebok croft in the Charles Town, and lege Library. Nancy the runner-up. Our last Ladies' da' of and I am repeating week, will be Thursda This will be a nine hole off time at 9. After meet and eat. We were invited to week at Cress Creek. a very interesting golf really too early to get of what kind of course However, it was very Cress Creek to invite all over there. I think, mistaken, Pauline handicap tournament. I cannot get over how me and his men, golf course back mer. Some of the we could play Sleepy Hollow just looks | Duplicate Bridge Scully. Pierre Dostert, and Helen Bertuc( At five points were and Mary Jane Wilt. Coming in with four Harriet Hayes, J. Beekett, Jane mott, Louise Ramey. With Ruth Shaefle, Doris Roush and Jane two points we had Bond, Naomi Moses Gobs. Nancy Roth There were five sessions of bridge at the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club during the month of August, in- eluding a handicap tournament. The overall winners of that tournament were Marian and A1 Shochet. For the month of August we had 30 tables of bridge with 45 people taking part. Keeping in mind my point system, four points for first place, three points for second place, two points for third place and one point for fourth place (these points have nothing to do with master points). I'll give you the win- ners for the month of August. In first place with 12 points was Nancy Roth. Ted Banvard was in second place with 11 points. With nine points in third place was Mary Calafiura. Marian and Al Shochet held down fourth place along with Cookie Hunt with eight points. With seven points were Bill Sharp, Leigh Byer, Linell Headley and Tom Our every Wednesday at 7:30. director, Ann Greenfield, s arrive prior to that may start the game The meeting place is ! Center beneath the If you would like to play partner at 876-2389. Mary will try up. Bowling By Nancy Roth Brown with a 191. The by Betty Emmert; JoAnn Hoffmaster, 170; place is Biddy Smoot, Jeannie Ambrose, game of 227, bad with seven strikes in all,! ms i The league bowls e@ night at 6:30. The officers a are -- Lois Melius, pre Thomas, secretary; Gillwald, treasurer. SENIOR CITI TEN PIN Team Mud Fort Weam Team Gold Diggers Squares Rounders TNT8 Pandas Keglers Cliff Hangers Friends Your area Seniors ar with enthusiasm. The $4 a 2230 set for team high.! side Ed Spinks had the P 298 and Bernie GolclmJ high series of On Cecilia Gantt bad a nice Dot Milburn rolled a hi The Monday Night Ladies' Bowling League started their 1988-89 season Monday, August 29. The team standings after this first match are -- first place, Lee's Auto Repair, winning three games and los- ing one. Head Hunters, 3 and I; Com- munity Oil, 3 and I; Jenkins' Doghouses, 2 and 2; Cynthia's Flowers, 2 and 2; Smoot's Insurance, 2 and 2; Hilldale Beauty Shop, 2 and 2; Magaba, Inc., 2 and 2; Handicap Farm, 2 and 2; Exercise Studio, I and 3; Valley Hardware, I and 3; and M.T. Strider, 1 and 3. The High Team Series for the night was rolled by Magaha, Inc., with a total of 2491. In second place, Com- munity Oil, 2475, and in third place, Smoots Insurance with 2474. The High Team Game first place went to Community Oil with 898. In se- cond place was the Handicap Farm, 891, and in third place was the team of Magaha, Inc., with 681. The High Team Average went to Magaha, Inc., with a 750. Secend place went to Community Oil, 726, and in third place was Smoot's Insurance, 718. The Individual High Series went to Betty Emmert with a 525; second, JoAnn Hoffmaster, 510; and in third place was Biddy Smoot with a 504. The Individual High Game was roll- ed by Jeannie Ambrose with a 227. In second place was JoAnn Hoffmaster, 197; and in third place was Betty rg house Public m . Thee kWeen 11 hards  apple !. Pumpk tch a " tlite plac "een 4- a 0.| FOR ] m,mlmm m