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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1988 They Led Panther Cheers This spirited, but comely group of young ladies led the Stephanie Curtis, Sally Skinner, Leslie Kratz, Tricia  cheering for this year's Charles Town Junior High foot- Powell, Alicha Virts; second from top, Angle Brown and ball team. They are: front, Amber Corbin, kneeling Amy Keeton; and, giving thevictory sign, Stacey Todd. behind her, Tracey Coleman; third row, left to right, b Cards Looking To Good Cage Season Shepherdstown Junior High School 19 has just completed an outstanding 21 football campaign, winning seven 29 games and losing only one. Now, the 30 Cardinals are taking the dead aim on similar success on the basketball 4 courts this winter. 6 In football, Coach Rich Mills, who is 9 also Shepherdstown athletic director, II led the team to six consecutive vic- 12 Romney St. Maria Shenandoah Christian Tourney JANUARY James Wood Cedar Lee Harpers Ferry Daniel Morgan Martinsburg Cougar Cagers In First Test . Jefferson High's basketball team H will get its first taste of competition H this Saturday afternoon when the A Cougars tackle St. Albans in a pre- A season scrimmage to be played at the Washington school. A H This one won't count in the season H records, but it will be the first of two A contests in which Coach John Lowery H and his assistants will get an idea of tories after losing to touch Romney in 13 the opening game of the season. 18 With an excellent cage turnout fac- 19 ing Coaches Mark Hash and Bob Riz- 21 zo, the Cards will be divided into 24 eighth and ninth grade teams again 26 this season. The ninth will represent 30 the varsity .............. ..... Action is scheduled to get underway 3 Friday, December 16, with a pair of 7 afternoon games at Cedar Lee, while 9 the first home contest of the year will be with Romney Monday, December 19, also in the afternoon. The schedule for this season: DECEMBER 16 Cedar Lee A Musselman Charles Town Daniel Morgan St. Maria Harpers Ferry Charles Town Romney ..... FF_UARY Marshall Musselman James Wood (Parent Night) 13 Martinshurg Panther Classic to end season. H the strengths and weaknesses of this A " year's team. H A second pre-season scrimmage is A scheduled for Friday, December 9, A this one an early evening contest <6 H o'clock) at James Wood in Winchester, A Va. A The regular season gets underway A Tuesday, December 13, when the H Cougars will host Loudoun Valley of Purcellville in a pair of contests A (junior varsity and varsity) at Shenan- doah Junction. Five Jockeys Take Holiday Mount Spills Five jockeys took spills over the long Thanksgiving weekend. Fortunately, none of the riders were seriously injured. In Friday's second race, Nelson Shaw went down when his mount, Bellisario, broke down on the backstretch. David Grafton lost his balance trying to avoid the fallen horse and also fell from his mount. Both jockeys took off their mounts for the rest of the weekend. The most potentially serious inci- clent occurred during Saturday's eighth race, when Philip Grove fell from his mount, Real Lori. Going into the first turn, Real Lori slammed into the horse to her right, Why Madie Why, throw- ing Grove out of the irons and to the ground. Only a strong effort from ap- prentice Pam Ritter on Why Madie Why prevented a possible chain- reaction collision. Grove did his best to prevent the accident and was held blameless by the stewards. He return- ed the next race to ride Red Wing Royal for trainer James Casey, but took off his mounts on Sunday. On Sunday, Advelo stumbled com- ing out of the gate in the fourth race, unseating Dean Johnston, Jr. One race later, Frankie Martinez fell when his mount, a first-time starter named Glenrocmo Bruce, apparently shied from other horses and hit the rail. Martinez was able to walk back to the jockeys' room, but took off his mounts for the rest of the day. MONDAY NIGHT LADLES' LEAGUE Teams W L Head Hunters "30 14 Jenkins Dog Houses 30 14 Handicap Farm 28 16 M. T. Striders 27 17 Valley Hardware 26 18 Lee's Auto Repair 25 19 Smoot's Insurance 21 23 Hllidale Beauty Shop 18 22 Magaha, Inc. 16 28 Cynthia's Flowers . 16 28 Community Oil 15 29 Coffee Factory 12 32 The Team High Average is held by Jenkins Dog Houses, .768 while Smoot's Insurance holds down second place, .740. Striders is third with .729. The High Team Series for the week was rolled by Jenkins Dog Houses, 2345. Smoot's Insurance was second, 2274 and M. T. Strider was in third place with 2242. The same three teams rolled the High Team Game. Jenkins, 824, Smoots 805 and Striders, 800. Elaine Myers rolled the High In- dividual Series with a sterling 573. In second place was Ruth Kranenburg with an equally fine set, 557. Mary Mays was third, 511. In the Individual High Game Elaine Myers was first, 211 and Ruth Kranen- burg and Rocky Melius tied for second with 204. Tr Champs Feted Over nine hundred persons attend- ed the 1988 Hagerstown Speedway An- nual Awar, Banquet held Saturday night, Noveflr 26th, at the plush Ramada Convention Center in Hagerstown. Over $15,000 in prize money and awards were presented to drivers in four divisions. Nathan Durboraw of Hagerstown was crowned the late model track champion, his first after capturing three titles in the limited late model class. Durboraw received a point fund check for $3,000 from promoter Frank Plessinger. In add|ton to the money, Durboraw received a diamond ring from Melart Jewelers of Hagerstown and a championship jacket from the speedway. Wayne Walls, Jr. of St. Thomas, Pa., visited victory lane nine times during the 1988 season as he won his first Richard Cornwell Cornweli Triple Winner Twice To win three races in one day is rare "for most jockeys. But on Monday, Richard Cornwell made a riding triple seem routine, guiding three horses to Charles Town's winners circle for the second straight day. The 26-year-old native of Alexan- dria, Va., began his hot streak by win- ning both ends of Sunday's late daily double on High Doon ($3.60) in the fifth race and Sally's Heroine ($18.40) in the sixth. Cornwell's backers were rewarded with a $33.60 daily double payoff. Cornwell completed his first riding triple in the 11th race, guiding Wise Mike ($9.80) to a come-from- behind win. Cornwell's hot hand continued on Monday. He won the third race on favored Ellen Be Good ($4.80), and smoothly guided Hellson's Boy ($7.20) first across the wire in the seventh race. Cornwell showed patience and skill in the ninth race, bringing long- shot Bet Your Booties ($35.80) from welt off the pace to win his sixth race in two days. Cornwell's streak gave him 22 wins for the meet boosting him into a tie for fifth place with Frankie Martinez. Bowling News By Nancy Roth Joan Jenkins continues to hold the top spot in the Individual High Average with a 171. Bonnie Walker is still in second place, 168 and Betty Em- mertt continues in the third slot, 163. Jenkins Dog Houses moved into a tie for first place in the League standings having won four games with Head Hunters winning just one. handicap Farm picked up a game.on the leaders having won three games. Betty Emmertt underwent major surgery last week and for all reports she is doing nicely. Keep up the good work, Betty. SENIOR CITIZENS TEN PEN BOWLING Team W L Squares 30 18 TNTS 29 19 CHff Hangers 28 22 Gold Diggers 25 23 Rounders 24 24 Mud Fort 23 25 Weam Team 23 25 Friends 22 26 Pandas 21 27 Keglers 17 31 JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMERCIAL BOWLING LEAGUE Teams W L Hann's 39 9 Totals 27 28z Mike's Citgo 27% 20% Italian Dell 24 24 Hilltop House 23 25 Country Closet 21 27 Little Darlings 18 30 South Forty Farm 12 36 High Individual Average - Char ESS- we|n, 168; Gloria Grove, 164; Helen Ham||l, 164. High Individual Game - Gloria Grove, 212; Helen Hamill, 200; Louise Barron, 189. High Individual Series - Helen Ham||l, 575; Gloria Grove, 5,30; Louise Barron, 483. High Team Game (Scratch) - Mike's Citgo, 647; Country Closet, 639; Totals, 636. High Team Game (Handicap) - South Forty Farm, 796; Totals, 737; Country Closet, 734. High Team Series (Scratch) - Mike's Citgo, 1868; Country Closet, 186,3; Totals, 1859. High Team Series Handicap - Hilltop House, 2233; Tlis, 2162; Cotmtry Closet, 2148. Ed Walsh came through with a smashing 225 game, and a series of 608 for the men's high. Sissy Gantt rolled a nice 174 game and a series of 461 for the ladies' high. GIVE HIM WHAT HE WANTS THIS YEAR ! & WOOL ITEMS Flight Jackets, Swiss Wool Pea Coats, GM Wool Overcoats, GM Wool Pants &Jackets, Coveralls, Gloves, Boots UNSUKI. GIFTS Gas Masks, GI Food Rations, Ammo Cans, Sleeping Bags (Feather), Helmets, Flashlights, Dummy Grenades, Sunglasses STOCKING STUFPERS  KIDSTUPP Insignia Pins, Patches, Lighters,lB  CMO PANTS, Hats, Jackets, First Aid Kits, 'Rambone' Toys  Coats, Boots, Tee Shirts MISCELLANEOUS SPLATMAsTER Paintguns & Pellets, Survival Knives, Camping Supplies, Military Logo Tees CAMOUFLAGE GIFr IDEAS Genuine G.I. BDU Pants, Jackets, Hats, Field Coats, BDU's Also Available in TS, I -Desert, B&W, OD &Black I{ t VFA ARMY-NAVY STORE 216 Loudoun Street Leesburg, Va. 703-771-9575 limited track championship. Walls col- lected a point fund check for $1,500 and a championship jacket. Keeping it all in the family, Richard Walls was crowned the roadrunner champion and received a $500 check from the point fund. Walls bad nine feature wins and finished in the top ten in 19 of 20 feature events. Scott Andrews of Hagerstown received championship honors and $250 in the daredevil class. Andrews had i0 feature wins. Point fund checks, sponsored by Coca Cola USA, were presented to the top 15 drivers with trophies awarded to the top i0 in all four divisions. In the late model division, special awards were presented to Vernon Har- ris of Prince Frederick (Most- Improved); George Moreland of Waldorf (Sportsmanship); Charlie Schaffer, Hampstead, (Hard-Luck); and Charlie Tabor and K.W. Miller (Car Owner of the Year). Frankie Plessinger of McCounellsburg, Pa. won the Interstate Batteries Late Model Rookie Challenge Series. Veteran Charlie Wierman of Stewart- stown, Pa. received a special Extra Effort Award. Jimmy Spence, Winchester, Va. (Rookie of the year) ; Robby Garlock, Three Springs, Pa. (Most-Improved); Mike Harrison, Mt. Airy (Sportsman- ship); and Roger Watkins, McCon- nellsburg, Pa. (Hard-Luck) received special awards in the limited late model division. Roadrunner honors went to Daryl Burkholder, Chambersburg, Pa. (Rookie of the Year); Andy Fries, Mercersburg, Pa. (Most-Improved); Travis Beaver, Waynesboro, Pa. (Sportsmanshop) and Tommy Armel, Winchester, Va. (Hard-Luck). Kenny Dayhoff, Hagerstown (Most- Improved); Doug Dorsey, Prince Frederick (Sportsmanship); and Tim Hill, Clear Spring (Hard-Luck) won the special awards for the new daredevil division. A special presented to Brad nellsburg, Pa., the "Ha Drivers from Webster N.Y., R&T Aluminum House Tn., Finksburg. Drivers' special floral Carousel ficial florist of the l:'nmloter ed that Hagerstown racing season three banquet on February 26th with and super sprints. Con vt ASC D, David B. Childs, Jefferson County Stabilization : (ASCS) the annual county held Wednesday, a.m. in1 ferson County ASCS Third Avenue Candidates ty committees on serve as delegates. will he responsible for electing members ficers to the The County ASC responsible for ministration of the programs and mittees assist the when necessary. The count, public and tions is of race, color, tional origin, or Workshop Christmas Several Jefferson County to make Christmas better for those families who by providing an opportunity for them to choose toys for a group of toys on display. New toys for children 16 and under are being vice organizations including the Jefferson County son High Key Club. Applications will he available at Jefferson Count and various schools throughout the county as well as They are to be returned to Jefferson County Community: Episcopal Church Parish House, 221 E. Washington StreeL West Virginia, 25414. Families selected will receive a where to go to choose the toys for their children. @ I SANTA'S JEFFERSON COUNTY a e 1988 Application a i Parent or Guardian: | $ a Address: (Street) | (Town Zip | Post Office) | e Telephone: | l t (List Children 16 and under only) $ | Clld's Name: Age: | | i i I j I I I l J i i (Return forms to Jefferson County Community Ministri 1 | Washington Street by December 12 1988.) RANSON PARKS & PLAYGROUND Open for Business Now through Christmas offgmg Candy Office Products t989 and Econom' SALE PREMIUM XEROGRAPHIC PAPER Quality copier sheets for excellent reproduction in any copy machine. White, 20 lb. stock is trimmed to exact specifications for trouble-free feeding and delivery. Ream of 500 sheets. Reg. '34.95. c.,o. FREE DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ( FREE CATALOG * COMMI Colt Today In Jefferson County Call: 535-211 Elsewhere Coil Toll Free: i