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SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE I FROM PAGE 1 staff of Ed Dockney, Pat 0'Brien, Les Goliday and Billy Vickers who were all behind the Panthers throughout the season... COACH JESSE RIGGLEMAN announced this week that Shepherd College will field its first track team in history of the school next Spring... The Rams will participate in three or four events, Coach Riggleman said... ROBBIE FUNKHOUSER, with runs of 14, 20 and 8 yards, scored three touchdowns last Saturday as Wash- ington and Lee University defeated Washington Univer- sity 35 to 26... Young Robbie has been playing an out- standing game of football for the Generals this season and we offer our congratulations on an excellent showing. ON YOUR TELEVISION sets Thanksgiving Day you will have a full dish of sports coming your way beginning at 12 noon... The Detroit Lions meet the Green Bay Packers on channel 9 to start things off. At 1:30 on c]mnnel 4, there is a World of Sports: Film Feature. Duke will meet North Carolina on channel 4 at 1:45. At 4:30, over channel 4, you will get the results of all games on the Scoreboard. Oklahoma coach Bud Wilkerson speaks on inside football at 4:45 over channel 4 and then at 9:00 P. M. you'll have two hours of professional wrestling live, from new Capitol Arena in Washington... All of which adds up to a full day of Thanksgiving sports on your TV sets... II II IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AGES* MONUMENT IN SEE it now at our showroom, as well aa many other top quality Rock of Ages Monuments and Markers. We will be pleased to advise you on your cemetery regulations and help you select the type and style monument best suited to your needs. Come intoday, RT!NSBURG GRANITE WORI 109 W. John Street Telephone 6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD, *C. ODOM, Owner Charles Town High's Junior Varsity Tops St. James Jayvees Charles Town High's junior car sity football team cracked open an otherwise clc~se ball game with three long scoring runs last Thurs day to beat the St. James School jayvees, 21-12. Holding c~nly a 14-12 lead, Char les Town insured the victory in the last six seconds of the game on a 55-yard scoring jaunt by Cook. Earlier TD rambles came on a 30 yard scamper by Cook and a 40 yard dash by tally. St. James counted on a 15-yard end sweep by Pitts and a Linhart to Clements pass play covering 40 yards. Score by periods: Charles Town 7 7 0 7-21 St. James 6 0 6 0-12 Charles Towel scoring: Touch- downs-Cook 2 (30, run; 55, run); Lally (40, run). PAT-Lally 2 rush es, Specht, rush. St. James scoring: Touchdowns Pitts (15 run); Clements (40 pass run .from Linhart.) Victory Knocked From Page One gainer was a 2-yard sweep by Burns for a first down at CT 49. A quick pass to Spinks ate up 14 more vital yards for a "first-aid- ten" at the K 31. Jackson barrel- ed :for four yards, then Robinson dashed through the Keyser defen se for 12 more and a first down at the Tornadoes' 15. The officials signalled four minutes left in the half as Robinson cracked down to the K 13. Taking to the air, Burns found Spi~nks behind the Keyser defense in the~end zone but Keedy's :des- ,perate~play batted the ball away from the CT receiver. Feeding 5he ball to Robinson, the elusive speed ster shot through the Keyser de- ,fense, carried two of the Torna- does with him for the final three~ yards and hit paydirt on a great run. Tom Doyle's placement was perfect as the score was deadlock ed at 7-all. The Panthers were to threaten again krt the closing seconds after taking over at their own 44 yard line following a Keyser punt. Charles Town dug into its own bag of tricks using a Robinson-to- Burns to Spinks lateral pass play for 30 yards at 0]e Keyser 22. An- other great diving catch of a pass for ;nine yarc~s 'by Dailey moved the ball to the Keyser 13. After failing to gain on two plays, the Panthers tried a field goal from the Keyser 21 but the kick was blocked as the half ended. i In seven plays covering 74 yards after receiving the second-half kickoff the Panthers had bounced ahead, 13-7. It was Jackson for five quick yards, then a 26-yard scamper to the Keyser 33. Robinson dashed for five yards, the~ Jackson was_ back in the act ,for six more and a first down at the Keyser 22. Burn~ could pick up 0nly one yard or~ an attempted sweep but on the next play hit Spinks on a jump pass which carried down to the Keyser seven yard line. Again it was Jackson who refused to go down after bei;ag hit by two Key- ser defenders and battled his way into the end zone. Doyle's attemp- ed placement was blocked. Key~ser, desperately trying to break Keedy loose unveiled a sin- gle wing offense to launch a drive to the CT 20 yard line. But two running plays and a pair of passes could net only five yards and the Panthers took over on downs. Keedy's 14 yard run, plus a 15 yard penalty on the Panthers, set up another Keyser threat at the CT 18 early in the final period. But Leo Kisner knocked down Shaw for no gain, Coulter buried Keedy under .for a three yard loss, and two passes fell incomplete as agai~a the Panthers held on downs. Charles Town promptly stormed down the ~ield for the game de- ciding touchdown. A 31- yard gal lop by Burns, who was finally caught at the Keyser 45 by Keedy ignited the spectacular march. Jackson ran for six and eight yards, then Robinson streaked a- Buy It at your favorite Grocer or :Supermarket round end for 14 more and a first down at the Keyser 17, After two running plays had moved the ball to the Keyser 11, Burns slid a- round right end, When about to be tackled flipped the ball to l%obin- son who zlipped out of Keedy's desperate grab at the five-yard- line to score. Doyle's placement was wide as the Panthers led 19-7. A pass interception by Gary Kisner at the Charles Town 23 wiped out u Keyser bid in the fin al three minutes but the Panthers fumbled away the batt o;n their first scrimmage play arid the Tor nadoe~ capitalized on the break to Good Crowd, Good Prices For County Infirmary Sale The farm sale held Wednesday, Nov. 18 in connection with the closing out of the Jefferson Coun ty Infirmary on the Leetown Road netted a sum of $15,165.75 it was announced this week. ~old were 41 head of cattle, 21 head of sheep, 46 head of hogs, score again. A pass from Keedy many pieces of ,farm machinery, to Jim Chidester worked for 19 ~feed, buteheri~ag equipment house yards to set up Keedy's short plun hold and miscellaneous goods. ge for the TD. The Infirmary was closed out last week after more than a cen- tury of operations. All of the nine inmates of the home were trans- ' From Page One ferred last week to other ~'esiden- ces. deserve the plaudits of all the Auctioneers for the sale were followers of the Purple Panthers Cavalier, Tharpe and Miller, with for ,a banner season and in our C. W. Moore and R. ,E. Moreland books the 1959 Panthers are acting as sMe clerks. State Class AA football champs [ Despite the very cold weather, and we don't give a hoot wheth er they are crowned or uncrown | the crowd which turned out for ed--they are CHAMPIONS of the sale was ~large arzd sale prices ALL West Virginia Class AA were considered as good. football teams this season-and ---------------- that's the way we will write Kiwanians To Observe them into our records. Ranson N-tamed Farm.City Week Tonight To Executive Post Contracting Firm Announcement was made last week by W. Harley Miller, Inc., general contractors and engineers of Martinsburg of the appoint- ment of Francis WI. Jenkins, Jr., registered architect, to vice-pres- ident in charge of engineering and design. Mr. Jenkins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Je~- kins of Ranson and a grandson cd the late Sadie G. Smallwood. Jenkins, who is 37 years of age Darkness And Light Sermon For Lutherans The following schedule of ser- vices for Sunday, Nov. 29 for St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ran- son, have been announced by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor: The Service at 11:00 a. m with sermon "Darkness and Light"; new mem- bers will be received and the Un- ited Luthera~ Church Women will observe Thankoffering :Sunday. N~ursery held during worship; col- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON WRMERS ADVOCATB 2--B THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, Jefferson County y Court House Will BeOn London TV A of the famous Jefferson County Court House in ,Charles Town will be used i'n a Lo~don tel evision show on Dec. 1. it was nual pancake supper in the Hall. The meal consisted of hot Sakes, butter and syrup, i apple sauce and apple coffee or milk. Aunt lamina cake Co. donated the floUt syrup and superintended the i,ng of the batter. Some sausage was donated by Brothers, and Leo Widmyer 16 gallons of milk. On the a nice sum of money was just recently .passed the State Board examination for architects and received his certificate to practice the profession of archi- tecture in the State of West Vir- ginia. Jenkhus received his educ- ation in Washington, D. C. and prior to entering World War II, he was employed at the Navy Yard, U. S. Naval Gun Factory, Washington, D. C. He served four years with Air ,Force. After his discharge from the service, he was associated for five years with a large architectural firm in Wash- ington, D. C. Since that time, he has ,been associated with W. Har- ley Miller, Inc.. as e~gineer, Two of Jenkins' latest designs for W. Harley Miller. Inc. were the O'Boyle Truck Terminal and i~he Martinsburg Journal building, :both of which were constructed by W. Harley Miller, Inc. With the appointment of Jen- kins as vice-president in charge of design, W. Harley Miller, Inc., becomes the only qualified and 3er~i,fied organization of this kind n t2m ~eastern part of West Virgin ia. W. Harley Miller, Inc., will k]oecialize in church dbsign, cus- tom home design and all types of medium commercial, inductrial ~nd institutional design. Je, ukins is married and has three children. The family resid- es in Berkeley County in the Ber keley 6tation ara. Safety Theme Of Program For Sunrise Neighborhood 4.H The Sunrise Neighborhood 4-H Club met at the home of Lee Viands on November 13. Genevi- eve and Linda McKee were in charge of devotions. Genevieve McKee was in charge of the program with the theme being safety. Those 'participatingI were Leon Catrow, Edward McKeeI Jackie Catrow, Lee Viands and Richard Blue. Demonstrati(ms were given by Eileen Catrow and Elsie Knighten Talks were given by Richard Blue, and ,Mary Ellen Blue. Names were drawn $or She Christmas party. The December meeting wilt be held at the Catrow's. Summit Point Woman Names Ber ille Man In $85,000 Damage Suit Marion T. Wood of Berryville, Va. has been named in a $85,000 damage suit in Clarke Co~mty Clr cuit Court. Mrs. ~elen Carper of! Summit Point is bringing the suit for hersel,f and for ~bert Welch an infant. Mrs. Carper .is suing ~or $35,000 for alleged injuries to herself and for $50,000 for alleged injuries to the Welch child. The suit ,is a result of a two- car crash in Berryville on ~t. 340 last Dec. 27. ~er was attempting to ~ass Mr. Wood's car as he turned off at. Charles Town ~iwanians will ob serve Farm-City week at their din ner meeting tonight (Wectnesday) at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel. The club will ,be meeting tonight instead of their regular Thursday night meeting because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Ouest speaker for tonight's program will be Roy C. Tompkins, field repres- entative of the ,American Polled Hereford Association. ,Dinner will be served at 6::15 p. m. with the program to ~ollow at 7 p. m. i! ii @ili!ii!ii!i!iii!i fee hour follows the Service. Sun- day Church 'School at 9:45 a. m.; Raymond Frazier, Superintendent. Junior Luther League meets after church for lunch and program. Senior Luther League meets at the parsonage at 5:45 p. m. to go to Shepherdstown for an Advent program. Tuesday, Church Coun- cil meets at the parsc~nage at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, Evangelism corn mittee and lay visitors meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fearnow at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, United Lutheran Church Men of the Shenandoah Conference meet at Christ Church, Fairfax, Virgin ia at 7:00 p. m. for dinner and program. Thursday, Senior Choir at 8:00 p. m. Friday, Junior Choir practice at 4:00 p. m. Saturday, First year catechism class meets at the parsonage at 10:00 a. m.; confirmation class meets at 11:00 a. nl. Duke Shows Movies To Baptist Brotherhood The Men of the Baptist Brother hood met at the Church Thursday .Nov. 19 for their a,nnual turkey dinner. The meeting was hight- lighted by the showing of moving pictures by Mr. Robert Duke of his trip to Mexico. The pictures were very colorful and interesting and were enjoyed by all present. learned here recently ,by the Jef- ferson County Chamber of Com- merce. Recently the Chamber of Com- merce received a request for a photograph of the famed Court House from ,Cyril Coke, noted Eng lish TV producer and director for use in a play called "Gallows Glor ions", which deals with the latter part of the life of John Brown. The show, .being produced by the Associated-Rediffasion Limited of Londc~u, will be a one and one- half hour porduction. The local Chamber of Commer ce was able to Obtain the photo- graph needed ~from the files of the National Park Service at Harpers Ferry. The photograph was taken shortly after the War Between the States and shows the Court House looking pretty much as it does to- day, except for the absence of paved streets and modern build- ings adjoining. 300 Enjoy Pancakes At Kiwanis Supper Over 300 persons enjoyed hot ,pancakes and the trimmings that go with them last Thursday even- ing when the Charles Town Ki- wa~ais members served their an- : :Z : : Z:: ~'%. 340 i~to Walnut ~t. Police said her car sidesw~0ed the Wood vehicle, bounced 270 feet into a 1~ower pole and came to re, st between a service station and a traffic island. The Welch child ~rom '~ew York was a passenger in the Car- car. No date has been set ~for the THE MELVIN T. STtti ER CO. ed for the Clubs Under- Fund. It was announced that of Thanksgiving, the Farm Week meeting will be held Wednesday evening inste~ Thursday. Baptis ll serve.Week Of ,For ,Foreign Missioas Bginning Novm br 30 an~ inuing through ,Dec. 4 the of the Baptist Missionary S will meet each day at the c for their Foreign Mission gram. The theme for the "O God, 'We Pray for all kixld". ' COLONIAL The day and time of each ing is as follows: Monday, at 2:30 p. m.; Tuesday, Dec. 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday, Dec. 7: 30 p. m.; Thursday, Dec. 2:30 p. m.; Friday, Dee. 4 a~ p. m. The Lottie Moon Christ~ fering will be received at day evening service. The this offering is $982.91-a crease over last years offering' ATTEND CHURCH Last year's quality champion is soiider than ever_and you get Mercury's beautiful new Sleek-Line styling, sensational Road-Tuned wheels and new competitive prices in the bargain! COME SEE IT_WE'LL PROVE IT! , Based on manutacturer's sUgllested delivered price far a Monterey 2-door Sedan, 1960 % 1959. DAA DAILY LABORATORY CONTROLLED F U N E R A L H 0 M E 001wihr hoe 01 h--Town MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Shepherdstown 1202 EAST LIBERTY STREET We Are Purchasing Jeffersdn :County Milk - Telephones -162 I CHARLES TOWN, W,