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e q]J~ottr SAFEGUARDS YOUR CASH SAVES TIME AND TROUBLIg SPEEDS PAYMENTS @IVES YOU VALID RECEIPTS Open your Checking Aceount at The Charles Town High Fresh- lqhe Pan~her Freshmen have rmm footbaUers, the newest add- been working hard this week J~tion to the foot~ll progrmn at under the direction of Coach Mc- to generate much offensive pow- er. But also Hke James Wood, the Panthers have looked real good on defense, giwng up only 44 points in four games and none in the last two games. Coach Doug Lu~man said this week all of l~s boys will be ready for the Friday battle, including big Tommy Mercer who sustained a bad lacera:~ion o~ the upper lip in last Friaay's game with Loud- oun County High. All the action of concern to Jefferson Ootmty grid fans will not be taking pl~ce, however, in Winchester ,since the folks from over Shepherdstown way will be traveling to Berkeley Springs to see their Cardin~l~ try and stop t~he four-game winning streak of the Berkeley Springs High Ind- ians. The Indians are one of only two undefeated teams in the sec- tion ,and one of only four in the area. They are the second highest scoring team in the entire area, wi~h 108 points in four games, and their defense has ~ proven to be rough. They have given up only 26 points in their four games 1 On the. ocher hand the Card- inals, wi4~h a 2-1 mark, have also shown some offensive power, Cl~Iking up 80 poinfcs in three games. Bttt their defense has shown some real weaknesses and as a resuR they have had 50 points scored agmnst them. : The Harpers Ferry Tigers, who were knocked ou~ of the unde- fe:t~cl ranks last Saturday by Berkeley Springs, will be in Rom- ney Saturday afternoon trying to get baci: into ~elr winning ways by doing battle wVLh the West Virgima School for the Deaf. And the Tigers shouldn't Imve too muoh trouble in this one. Two other grid battles schedul- ed for this section Friday and S~turday n~hts will be taking place in Berkeley Coumy, one in Cobourn stadium in Ma~tinsburg and the other at the Musselman High stadium at Inwood. In ivlartmsburg the still wlnless We now pay 3 % Interest on all Savings Accounts Martmsburg Bulldogs, will be hostmg ~outh Ragerstown (Md.) We also offer 4% Certificates of Deposits agh and the .~iussoiman the Applemen will be doing battle _ w th the undetected Hectgesvdle r SUN EXCESS SOLVED i Don't ptd, the curtains against the sunshiu~ nstead build an I " eyebrow ovel .he window's top three games. " edge outside to shade it against I NOT MUCH OFFENSE sun. , Charles Town, like James Wood has not yet l~s season been able Read The Spirit-Advocate the sclm , opened their abbrevia CuHough and his assistant John ive ~ttle Wednesday a~ter- i l~se, getting ready for their sec- noon, Sept. 21 against the North lend sess~)n of combat action (FROM PAGE ONE) Kagerstown (~d.) High Fresh- which is set for Saturday night at men ,~ Hagerstown on a damp 8 at I~udoun Valley High. ! .......... and he~ breaking note, dropping The Little Panthers will make who claims Charles Town as his 'second home," writes: "I see an 8-7 decision to the Maryland- ,tll lr:horne debut Thursday night, in my favorite newspaper, where your Girl Scouts are in need ] er~ on a r~my aad mmid~ fieldl Oct. 6 at 8 p. In. by playing host of a little money, so here is my check to help them out some. All the scorimg in the battle to the Freshmen at South Hag- Please give my best to all of my friends arid always my best came in the first half with the erstown, (Md.) High; and then on to you, good friend, "Snooks" .. We have turned his check li de Hubmen picking up a safety October 20 they will also play over to Mrs. Emery Kable to be applied to the local fund of in the last few seconds of the host to Imudoua CoutUy; on Oct. the Girt Scouts and know that she will drop 'Snooks' a note second ~ ~ both teams 29, tt will be a home game with of thanks for his thoughtful and kind gesture... had ~ tottohdowns earlier. Lou~mm Valley and on Nov. 22, Head Freshman eoa~ John Me their season will be closed out *~ ....... Cullot~ Said only siX See~ndS W~th a return game with South THIS--WE NEVER KNEW: That Leeds Riely sang in the were left in the second period Kith of Martin~burg. choir at St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, Md., for six wthen a Obai~w Town bail carrier Coaches McCullough and Rose years l I ... Our ong-time racing friend was showing us an was tackled the Oimfles have a total of 27 boys'working invitation he had received from the school where he played Town goal line for the two de- out w th the Freshnmn squad football, baseball, soccer (we never knew Leeds was a soccer cidin poln M ttgh mid he which is qt ,e an achievement- player, but he said he was), - and also a member of the track had sRISmd in keeping a Closer since this is the first year for team.. St. Paul's is holding it's annual Alumni Bull Roast check on the amount of time left frest~nen football ~ Oharles to pl v and had he known R had Town H h. just abot t run out he would have I on Saturday and Leeds may be among those present... ~iven his quarterback instructions M~king up the squad are: Sam ......... -'"'~" C man, Lewis Sha,U, Jess Reid, A REAL BIG assiTm ent comronts Charles Town High's to just down the ball wittmut try JeffGreg Grove, Kenny football Panthers Friday night when they move to Win- tomgbe totherunlesttheonePlaYofwhtchthe ha~Prvedand Britl, Klm Reid, Atfred Carr, Lew chester to tangle with the always potent (especially on their the decided one the game. is Berry and etm Berry, el/ b ck home field), James Wood Colonels.. Russ Points, talented was Jimmy Ber hit i leld men and Greg Taylor, Tank sports scribe for the Winchester Star, comes right out on the pay dJi~t fee Clm es Tow M~muel, Greg Slusher, Danny front row and tells his i sders that the Colonels will repeat team in perm< and he Kave, Jenkins, John Grey, the same dose they ga e the locals last year in Charles Town, also ran ~or tim extra point.GeeSe Costello, Doug Davis, Jim Hagerstm came back to score Brown, Mike Jones, Doug Linton a 20-0 pastin$. Thi for us, is difficult to listen to. But, be a ~ in the secon~ period, Craig Hess, John Deveney, John that as it may, nVthing could be better than a Panther victory but missed the e~ poi~ try Lsdly, Adrian Harri~ Frank Brad Friday night as a present to Mama and Papa Lutma~ on the and was fruiting 7-6 the ford and Wiilingbam, as line arrival of their daughter. What! l No football player, you Lutmansl I I... safety wa~ ~ men. ,., take no usable floor spade -,- a~l ImPs B(HLT.IN anywl~.e! H~e's Iiew, I~tt~ i~S h~9ng comfort for closed in por~les, ~. ar~ ~/n-fhe hewer The S)egte~ Gas Baseboard hnt~ I| vm~d dight thmus~ th) ~11 e~d a venting kit I~ furnished Itch butut, i1~ combustion chamber is sealed 8~ air for the ~1 ~ In ~m the outside. Come in e,d see how ~ts revO;~ new I~S ~r ctm mt)e your heet~ ~er~. H. W. WAGELEY, INC.) Dial 7087 -- C1mrles Town, W. Va Offices on East Washington Street ---Warehouse on Fairfax Blvd...- -- ?,r '_L j ,, , i [ [fl ..... L ....... FORMER DISTRICT of Columbia Amateur golf champion, Jay Randolph, son of our favorite Senator, Jennings Ran- doiph, has a 50-station radio network as the play-by-play man for the St. Louis football Calxiinals. We had the opportunity of liste .ing to him with his fine coverage last Sunday.. Jay is a real pro and make no mistake about it... "MEDIUM DONE" -. a race horse, won the Spirit of Jeff- ersdn- Advocate newspaper purse last Friday night at Shen- andoah Downs when some twenty-five members and guests of this newspaper enjoyed an outing on the beautiful Star- light Terrace.. Our boss, Ralph Dorsey, wasn't to well pleased with the "Medium Done" part of the evening, because he always prefers his "medimn rare" wherever he goes.. We do know that... AMONG OUR favorite 'regulars' back in town for the opening of Charles Town Monday night is Jack Grove, the former Ranson boy who hit it in a big way with the H, M. Stevens Company, nati.onallyrknown caterers, who take care of the appetites of millione of baseball, racing, football and Other rts fans ttiroughout the country.. J ek worked his way up the long ladder with the Stevens l eop!e to where he is now One of their general managers, and doing an excell- ent job, It's nice to have such ood ,ends with tm. again... MAR Y BRENNER, the former Mart sburg High quart- ert ck who em oll l Stauntoi Mili't try Academy, suffer l a brokel smr l t'8/ttuPday whil Playing for the Acad mly aud will out f0r tl $ maiml r of the season. A real tough blow to this fine young football star.,. f HENANDOAH DOWNS, wlle1 tl e $13,- 000 Tri-State Futurity (richest race in West Va.), last Sat urday night, with Governor andrnUtuelMrS, Hulett Smithof $369,881present' a Whopping big nightly, avdrag through last Saturday,all of Which c tinUes to point to some very fine managing by genial Bob Leavitt and a capable g SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE j THURSDAY,. SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 . aft 66 The a~tractive and modem elec- Senior Clubs (a parent.sponsored tric scoreboard and clock (shown organization) of 1964-65 and 1965- ~bove) is the la:~est addition to 66; also through paid advertise- the rapidly expanding athletic fa- men~s below the board by Kas- cilities a~ Charles Town High tle's Men's Shop, the Bank of School's football stadium and its Charles Town, Blakeley Bank & introduction to the school and the Trust Company, Shenandoah grid fans, was most timely since Downs and Hyman Viener and i was installed only a few days Sons. J. Edward Magaha, local prior to the first home game of electrical con:tractor, donated the 1966 football season and put both time and wiring to install into opera~ion for the first time the night of the Pan~hers' home opener. The new clock and scoreboard is the fruRs o~ the ef- fetes of numerous individuals, businesses, organizations, etc., a.c- cording to Herbert Cottrill, prin- ciwl of Charles Town High. Standing at the southern end of the football playing field with the l~igh school in ~e background, the grid stadium s newest innova- tion will in the future serve a most useful purpose in keeping the fans fully informed on many aspects of the game as it is played. It also lets these same fans know how most of the cost of the new board was financed via large commercial advertising signs, both above and below the scoreboard and clock. Prine~al Cottrill said nona- tions of $500 and $365 were made to the cost of the project by the ~he board; the Potomac Edison Power and Light Company donat- ed equipment to dig holes and li~