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)2 i( i i: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAmmERS ADVOCATE 2--B THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 Marfinsburg Falters In Stretch To Draw Handley High 13-13 Fxiday the 13th was certainly not a lucky day for the Martins- burg High Bulldogs because with a 13-7 lead and only 13 seconds left to play they saw their last chance to ward off a winless sea- son snatched away from them when the Handley High Judges staged a breat)h-taking rally to gain a 13-13 dr~w with them. A pair of lightning-like touch- downs early Jn ~he first period had given the Bulldogs their first real hope for breaking a losing streak which extended back into the 1958 season. But after lead- ing 13-0 at the end of the first hal,f, the Bulldogs weakened and after seeing the lead sliced to 13-7 ~ethe t~ird period tried despera- ly to stave off the oncoming Judges i~ the final ,minutes of play. A short pass from Rosenber- get to Anderson in the final sec- onds snatched away victory for he Bulldogs and nearly sent them down to their nin:~h straight de- feat of ~he season. Ryan's try for placement after the touchdown was wobbly, however, that cost Winchester the chance for victory. Hundreds From From Page One mutual opponents as Beall High of Frostburg. Petersburg and Ram ney High Schools. Keyser and Charles Town defeated Beall a~d Romney ~by a,bout the same mar- gins, ~bttt Charles To~vn had an easier time beating Petersburg than did ~Keyser. Both teams will be using every play and trick they have been tau ght this season and both will be running hard and throwing often all after~aoon and both teams are still hoping a victory for them will ,put them into the Class "AA" state playoffs. Panthers From Page One to just 33 yards gained in the first half w.hile Charles Town was running u2~ u 27-0 lead. Clarke County 0 6 0 0~ 6 Charles Town 13 14 0 13---40 Touchdowns: Clarke County-Er ickson (t'hree yard run). Charles Town-Robinson 2 (foot plunge, 16 yard run), Burns (nine yard run), Jackson (20 yard run) Spink~s (51 yard pass), Frye (one yard run). Extra ,points. Charles Town T. Doyle 4 (~placements). CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 i Cage Poetry JERRY WEST Jerry West, perhaps the great- est In a long line of West Virginia great, has been described as bas- ketball poetry by many persons. West is picked on everyone's pre- season All-American teams and is named by many of the country's leading basketball coaches and ai so a number of officials as the best in the country in the college cir- cles today. West Virginia will open the 1959.60 cage season on Dec- ember 1st meeting Tennessee in the Field House at Morgantown. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Garland Manuel of Vancleswille and Mrs. Carl Jones of Martinsburg and some of their friends were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Mr: and Mrs. Fred T~bler of Marti~sburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan and son Bob of Harpers Ferry and Miss Patsy Sicura of Knoxville, Md. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and son Dormy, Mr. William Capriotti Mrs. Blanch Lewis, Mrs. Charles Knott, Mrs. Betty ,Martin and Miss Margare~ Houser motored to Millville, W. Va. on Sunday evenI ing and attended the Methodist Church Day of Inspiration and Fel,lowship for churches of Jeffer son County which was held in the~ Methodist Church. W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church held their regular m~nth- ly and business meeting at the home of Mrs. Ernest Houser St. on November 10th with a'small a~ tendance after the meeting Mrs. Houser served refreshments assist ed by her daughter Vickie. and Lewis Lloyd have been called back to Vheir jobs at the Jones and McLaughlin plant at Blair- ton. The Jefferson 4-H Club met Monday night at the home of Connie Moler. Mrs. William Capriotti who has been on t, he sick list is able to be out. Janie Gift who was hurt while at school last week and was under the doctors care has returned to school. By Mrs. Charles Adams Bake Sale Nov. 21 Homemade cakes, pies and ca~- dy are the features of this bake 'sale held at the Jefferson Hard- ware beginning at 9:90 o'clock Sat urday, Nov. 21 with the parents committee as sponsors for the lun cheon at the Rippon school. Thanksgiving night, Nov. 26 ser vices will beheld at the St. Johns Episcopal Church beginning at 7:30 p. m. Mr. a;ad Mrs. Charles Adams, two children were Saturday even- ing dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman and daugh- ~ter Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman and daughter were Sunday dinner guests with Miss Edna Roper near Charles Town. Farm Club Meets The Rippon Farm Club met at the home of Mrs. Russell Cave with nearly all members present on Thursday night. The business concerned "'Reorganized". Mrs. Woodrow Adams and Mrs. Gerry Rice were appointed to attend Kraft School. The club president was sorry to announce the resig- natio~ of Mrs. Henry Bell, Mrs. Joe Cepelka and Mrs. Walter Chapman. Delicious refreshments were served by the hosts and co- hostess Mrs. Russell Cave and Mrs. Ralph Rickel. In honor of Mrs. Woodrow Adams birthday Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams entertained her and her family to a delicious din- her. Sunday School Class Meets The Susanne Westley Class of the Charles Town Methodist Chur ch met at the home of Mrs. Mare ie Harm Tuesday with 25 mem- bers present. The president Mrs. ~len Maga~ha c~:led the meeting to order. Our vice president Mrs. John Hoffmaster was in charge of worship with guest speaker the minister's wife Mrs. Scholl "Thanksgiving In Three Veruions" The first Thanksgiving, The early and the modern Thanksgiving. Mrs. Glen Ramsburg was in char ge of recreation the games being lines from well known songs with prizes going to Mrs. Richard Craw ford with aH songs correct. Delie[ ious refreshments were served by l the hostesses. The next meeting YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AGESe MONUMENT IN SEE it now at our showroom, as well u many other top quality Rock of Ages Monument anfl Markers. We will be pleased to advise you on your eeme~ry regulations and help you select the tylm and style monument beat suited to yott~ ~~ needs. Come in today, MARTI URG GRANITE WORKS 109 W. John Street Telephone 6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD C. aDaM, Owner arm. She is now carrying it in a sling. Flo Ann Pierson had the misfor will be held at the home of Mrs. tune to ~fall while playing at Ralph Whitmore on Seminary St. school last week and broke her with the annual exchange of [Christmas Gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris of AI- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Sisk and~ daugher of Martinsbu.rg were re: cent guests of Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding Mr. and Mrs. lake Holler and children moved from a house on one of the Standard Lime and Cement farms i~ato the house vaca ted by Mrs. Warren Walker. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. ~Y~'ank Hit,l motored to Win- chester, Va. recently and were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and daughter Mr. Frank Hill remained for a visit with her son and daughter-in-law and daughter. Edgar Mills_._L Harold Springe____r THE MELVIN T' STRIDER CO COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles To*n Buy It at your favorite Grocer or Supermarket DAILY LABORATORY 'CONTROLLED 601 Winchester Ave. Phone AM %6881 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. We Are Purchasing Jefferson County Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 II pine, ~a. were Sunday v~aitors Wi~ Mr, and Mrs. Jesse: Chapman Traveling Atomic Energy Exhibit To Be Presented At Charles Town Schools High school students in Charles Town, will ~oon have the oppor- tumty of getting acquainted with the wonders of our present age .at special assembly ,programs. Feat- ured on the programs will be This Atomic World", a traveling atomic-energy exhi~bit of Vhe US Atomic~ Energy Commission. The exhi~bit wi;l~l be shown at Charles Town High School, November l0 and Page -J~ckson ~-Iigh School, Noven~ber 20. The exhi,btt *will be sent to Char les Town ,from the Musuem ion of the Oak Ridge Institute Nuclear Studios, which manages the exhibit, as welt as the Amer- ican Museum ~)f Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for Vhe Commission. "This Atomic World" is c~ne of several traveling exhibl,ts which the Commission has made avail- ~ble to towns and cities all over ~he United States. It is designed to meet the ~eeds of ,principals, science ,teachers, and ,civic leaders in ~timulatlng a deeper interest in the ~peacetime uses of atomic energy. In the *programs, a staff mem- ber of the ,Mu~et~n .Division will take the audience o,'~- an excur- sion into the atomic age. Utiliz- ing exhibls and demonstration equipment, the demonstrator will explain ~n simple Ja~gttage the ,fundamentals of atomic energy and how it compares With other types of energy; ~ how ,atomic e~a- ergy is released through radiation and fission; and how v2~mic en- er~ is used in a~ricu~ture, medi- cine, industry axed other fields. Illustrative ch~rts, panel~, mod- els and eqUi~L~t ~iit ,play im- portant roles in t~ae demonstrat- ion. (X'~e of the outstanding at- traditions of "This Atomic World" will be a demonstration model of the Van de Graaff eiectrostratic generator. This device, which ten erases 250,000 volts of static elec- tricity will be used to explain how large .models axe-used irt ,physics laboratories ,to study atomic struc ture. Poca Dot Farms Bull Named Grand Champion Pennsylvania Show A :taro-year-old Poca Dot Farms entry was named grand champion Hereford bull Wednesday at the Pennsylvania IA,vestock Ex,posi- ion. The buii ~rora the Charles Town farm was framed ~ Cox 23. :Reserve vhan~piou *bu~ll was ~liver King $125, a summer year- ,ling shown ~y Northern Pm~p Co. Fa~Tns, l~l~hmond, Iflinols. CLASSIFIED BEST I~ESULTS I l t What pleasure to-, know you have enough gifts for everyone you want to remember! money to get just the right Enjoy that carefree feeling next year by joining o u r 1 9 6 0 Christmas Club NOW. SELECT THE CLUB YOU PREFER: ".,,:;.! -----_ | ~~,~,c~,IW,~I ,, ,, YOU PAY :EIEMBER' 1960 1 v%" "'" | 10c each week : . $ 5.00 " 25c each week. $ 12.50 | 50e each week . $ 25.00 | $ 1.00 each week $ 50.00 | $ 2.00 each week - - $ 100.00 | , CHRISTMAS CLUB $ 3.00 each week - - $ 150.00 :| CHECKS ARRI D THIS $ 5.00 each week - - $ 250.00 WEEK THE $10.00 each week - $ 500.00 | (RIGHT'IN "" THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR YOUR BANKING CONVENIENCE) Member F. D. I. C. a ,d Federal Reserve System PHONE i10 CHAR S TOWN, W.