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y] rolled the slng]o The boxscorc: Fiery 11 3 25 SPI Fr 0P R$ON FMI1KEllS Ta or, ~---[.. ., ]1,,ame scoreAnders0n of 186 an,hi~]'aamo high Page Jack~n G. F. P. Miller 9 1 19t[ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 196.1 ADVOCATE C--3 [ 1 l]i set score of 562. The lli-Lo's roll- .l,n~,~ '~ ~ ~ Blair 4 0 8 / " , ~'Afl-' 1" , ed the high single game, a 50~ S'r':"n':- :; 7, "i ........ , . ..l . " ' . , t a ge 2 ~ ~ ~urammgS t t ~ Mr n I and the lien Pens had tugh team Puller 2 ~ ..... [. . a d Mrs. Albert Oastet of i . i / .^, ...... , ~Ao, - .,t~urrey 1 o z [ lnwooa were Sunday guestsof .,r. s~,,,c ,, ,-~.,,. ('arr 2 3 7 Mr a ' [ ] ~,, [ The ton avera~,es are bein- .. ' __ Shlekle 2 2 61 nd Mrs. Charles Knott and, I~~ _ p rd College foot I t,I lheld by lVlillie Anderson. a 167 25 0 ,gLink 4 0 81 son and Mrs. Florence Runion. I '"st WeekCame whenin fOrtwoanothermem. I !J I t Dotie Crowley,. 150'., Charlotte ~ ...... ales L g 4 Rud"y 1 2 4 I Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Robinson tt,~"~ I1111tJU~fl i111; 1 I~ l 1[ Gano, 145; Doris Chne 144 anti Crowell 1 0 2land sons of Harpers Ferry were I ~..J wAMr AI~ I the team - fullback Sam ' Esla Slusher 142 --- -- Sunda evenin, es ~nd defensive wingback, I I I ........... - Total.g 17 10 44 -- ---!~ y g gu ts of Mr. and I I~/~~ ~nman, were named on I l/CHAPLIN DECORATORS Hedgesville G. F. P. Totals 34 9 771 Mrs. Robert Watson. I .... ~ercollegiateeam of the AthleticAll'West Vir I'~ [, [[ WIN FROM SEAl,TEST ~~-~~'~~-~r~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ Con 19 [ With their ace scorer Bill Fmry]:~ ~IP Selections for the team [ ]] The Chaplin Decorators, a team ~: o .~I[ Lde recently at a meeting of lady bowlers from Charles .~ , 1 "" * officials ant~ coaches in I I/Town scored a pair of wins over ~ k ...= _ l ..__ _ _ --- ...-- = .- I .- i all. t the Sealtest ladies in action in the li~ ' / ~ lPm I ~T lrll'll ~ ~ / n ~ P 1 ~ 1 ~ :.~ ', the bulldozing runner STUCK & ALGER DEFEATS [Winchester Evening Star Bowling :~.. l ll -qmlb[I iJ'l] Jl li'~2~l,lil~lll kqql ~ ~s~.d 605 yards on the A H P TE~t.~M / League Thursday evening, Dec. 3" 4[K: ll llllll I Ill lllqD~Vil~lV dt ullslled third in the con- ROSS B~ RByR S IO .... /The Chaplin keglers rolled games g ' - ~: in rUshing behind Newt a ne ~btUCK & ALger Lames ~ ' . Bowhng team of Charles Town de-lber of the Charles Town team ~: "~ .'.r of Salem and Tech's ..... . of 558, 500 and 515. Lvery mem- ". . !ltes. His best day of the SAMIAYLOR f;atedrth:sR:SgS Barb rSho P am[ rolled better than 300, withBiddie AT IJllJ ltll lll i l Illkla im hll lklqlmimllmh vag~againstaepherd ConcordhomecomindUr- sophomore,1 but with three eligi- andoah Lanes Monday. "[304Smtsetrllingscore 117ianehighspinksgamehadaand ]~'.~t ~l i , . lll qdl rll/4k /41r r'l-lMIl l e- Ikn Ir-II ll/lr-I ..... g b e years left. ' ..... v. .... v. ~ / 110 h~gh game and a 309 set; Amy ~: 4[k " ,,,~necl for 121 yards, The Stuck & Alger team . "' ~ ' ~" .. ~" ~iC~iayadrhad another TD CHARLES TOWN WINS 3-0 cnalK~aUP/~ PO:lnlitS to:J2stO;] Alger had a 121 high game and 1~ 4~11 R m ll_ qPII ~ *' II trot q~| ~4AA AA :~. toss Y g g ' a 327 set; Virginia Dor~y had a :.. ~ r I - u; s erased by aOVER OLD DOMINION . _ _ =. pe 689 757 and 697 for a total pin-/ 117 hieh ~ame and a 317 .~o? and ~" IZ 0 TaD e IV 5 CIal AT Less lnan )1~.~ Was an outstandint~ de- The "Charles Town team came fall of 2143. q?oot-i-ei~ra;n-had-a- 12iiaig]a-game : ~." ~Yer all yea ~ up with a 460 team game to hel Virginia Dorsey led the Stuck[ and a 316 set 1~: ~L~ PAI~diIA]4~ W IIIlldl~[~kl~[ film C~IIA el~ ~ M~I~W . ~ r, especmll P ~e - Y & Alger team in the battle by roll, I .... [ 110"I[ q~Vl|~llXlt~ I V I IIl~lGIIl"lklll / I1~1~ ~l~[~ll~[J~" i~H~ :~. .~ pass. He twice led the them score a 3-0 victory over the ing both high single game score I ~r~,rv~, n~s:a,r~ I :~.." " ~: ~angle t'ame ,~ot.~ .... Old Dominion Appliance Com- 9rticularlv in"a"v~iet,~r~ pany Tuesday morning in action of 170 and high set score of 454. I .......... .... In" ~ ~l} tom - ~'~ " " Scores of other members of the LEAGUE LANDING 1..~_ " . - ~i~ he ,ae State. The ex-Mar- xn the Housewife League on the ~.. Pack f Winchester (Va) Lanes Stuck & Alger team were: Nan- 1 The Kastles' Men's Shoo won I ~: 1 d a d Ill I d a I d Ill 1 d I 1 d ll 1 Q all" ~ or another cam~ .. ~...e. raylor has completed Jean Dorsey had 129 and 121; cy Roth, 447; Evelyn Grant., 419;]three points ~ from the I~eaguet~,~ ll~i;l~l:ll~;|~l:lli~i|iildl/ "~ uU~ty. Amy Alger 106-135 and 102 for 343 Polly Moore, 415; and June Wil- ! leading "Gabby Five" Thursday t .~ ' - I - " --- :.~ to the .... na ~ .... and Anita Brill 113 and 104 for lingham, 408. night Dec. 3 in action on the Brun / :i~... | _ - - : ~nllu~ ~i~: e ena. ~ecu. ......... wa~ the winners while Malty Beeler " ]swiek (Md.) Alleys. - __ ............. __ | Uat'~ xtonme Dickerson, bowled 106 and Marjorie Brown EAGER BEAVERS TAKE Virginia Dorsey led the Kastle].l~" I IMild "ll'idi RI;;fillTl lll I aarn surprise and a 104 for Old Dominion LEAD IN DUCKPIN LOOP team to the victory by rolling/~[~: " I wwaat i aaDv ~,---~v ., v,, i The Eea~,er Beavers now haveIhigh single game of 136 and also| ~ | | :~l~ . 2 . . " ..... I high set score of 364 The Kastle/:~.. ! ~ im ~ .. ,~ | :1~: --~ Duckpin League at Pikeside Bowl. team a!so rolled h gh team set [ .~ i "1~ ili~ ! i~ ND OPENING a two po,nt ,earl ,n me ~v,,xea 'i" ' " They won four points fro~ their score oz iozu. . ;: I in11 I opponents the Ups & Downs Scores for other memuers ot/ ~" : -- --- ------:-- _~[ I ~~ -- - ..I DUFFS DIHER Thursday night, giving them 46 the Kastleteamwere: [-- I IIb ll I wins and 10 losses. The Eager E. Moore, 316 [~: [ - ~- ~ | ~Jl~ ~plnlir | 4fl~ UTE 340 --- 3 8/10 Miles South of Charles Town Beavers had high team ~t of 1646 J. Spinks, 304 / ~ : : - ~ ............ and also high team game of 567. Helen Kelican 289 ] :~:.: !~ i ~ [ ~ ~ IIIl~lllN~ [ ~: 1964 Individual sets rolled were: D.I T. Prain, 347 [~[) .~ Sa_ur.a,, December .., Slusher 374, G. Wilson 346, D./ [:~,. .................. i ...... I ~:~ ] ~: Williams 275, M. Wilson 296, and / ~ m | I tV - w I ~~:~ I 9 A. M. To9 P.M. B. Slusher 355./rage JaCKson -,o,o,,o,, i .... [ _ Grand Opening JUNIOR / nundn. Trnunr d INSTANT PICTURE AND SOUND... I I BI Is Is Is II EATURING Day Prices LEAGUE ACTIVITY ] ...u,.,$ ....,,.-- ,. I _'_ I In the Junior Division of the! li~ Ill n oil| i II ~~-~,.'~ ~ m 1 * e ltambur ,ers. 6 for 1.00 -- 7 for 1.00 Charles Town B0wlin~ League [ K~ Hd~flirld~tVlUld~ I :~t Offers you all the performance features of blg, unlt W-- I ~~~ n II I I I !I tk o . ,,, ......... Y. , , ' / I~J llllbM~bdlVlllml~ / ~: yet weighs less than 16 Ibs, Just turq it' on' and pie- I ~~ 1 J~lt-It,,I ii :,~. e t Dogs - 6 for 1.00 -- 7 for 1.00 ieam l, umoer nau ,nigh team[ I 11} tureand sound comeon instantlye FeaturesAII-Channel I ........ :... ! (~ set of 916 ana also nigh team [ ....7 ...... | :/~ Tuning, up-front sound and Twin Telescoping antenna I NO i I"t I I The rage JaCKson tilgn ~part game of 469 . High sets were[an we " " " ~" k 1 "~ t"[~: Smart cabinet design in Charcoal or Bronze fireen. I ~ ~ -rt'~ mtuvu I :'~, PPY Joes- 6 for 1.00 -- 7 for 1.00 roiled bv T ..... D..,,n~ .... n| S m ,nto t~er e ey ~;oun Y/U , n ~ -'--~ i~ I~uu; I J~: ENCI . PRIES 15c 10c "` Tuesday night to help the Hedges[: .. Youcanbesure.,.ffit'sWESTlNGHOUSE | [ ~'an'nio'"~n~d'r~-'11~ -Rich'stall ville High Eagles raise the cur-I I - ] ~" Ya. PrledChlcken 1.15 99e Blackford 106, and Thomas Tumb-[ ....... [:/St I ,,,~ ~a~r= ~, a~ar~ t~tr~,e-rtrn, [ B ............................ tain on their 1964-65 cage season, ~" ~' linl02 /anameyweregwenarea~mumPl~: ~ = ~ ~Am I Juol t,u,v=r-. ~,~ au-~u nxr..uto=r..r~: I :.~ atlt ltere or Tote lt With You , set of 736 in the Pren Division / Eagles by a 77-44 score in a Bi-[:~.. I~di~l~iillnlu "P' I "";ream Number 7 had high team / ing by Coach Charlie Sponsor's I U -- .,, . ~ / ~ ~l'l~Ibll~ ~: ' " " tState Cnference battle / IUI IUPlII G I F T $- For All [he Kidsand also high team game of 386. " . " . ' * .L TlIRi)hY High individuals~tswererolled . : , , DE 19lb. 1 by Michael Clay 194, Gary Clay leadmg the Eagle attack with 19 . GIY~ AWAY _..._._.=_1 o 189 anrl Billy T4-mmer 178 Hi~,h / pomts and Harry Miller droppmg [., 0 ~; '"" ........ 11' , in 19, tledgesville moved into a ,: mdw~dual games were ro ed by . : ": Michael Clay 110, Marshall McCorI/16-6 first permd lead and stayed ~ . , ~-" ~0KLOOK L!DOK Grimes 94mick 96, Garv~ Clay 95, , and Debbie in Byfrntthe allendtheof theWay'~second per,od Christmas .... Shopping Headquarters..Fr All Your Electrncal, Applmnce, Gifts. "" ~ l the Eagles had nearly doubled ~ Shop Early For Best Selectus Today At MAGAHA S ..... :REE TUH'KEY " ..... the score, holdingaB4-19margin.[~.: :, ,~,~,~,:,=-,.,v=~,,~ =~,~,nr,,~o~, At the three-way post the Eagles t~ LEAD IN WXVA LEAGUE had increased the lead to 201:~" WE ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Team Won Lest points and were on the long end[~: , Barefooters " ' 36 15~ of a 51-31 score. .~t . ~" Tune To,-,er~al 91 In the final period coach Char-I F R E E G I F T--- To E ery Customer From 5 Until 9 p. m. Every Nnght. .ql Melod., ~,anes 30 22 lie Spencer used his reserves ~" PURCHASE Of Any MAJOR APPLIANCE heavily :.~: Spolters 30 22 I ....... " Buckboards 28 23n addition to their fine scoring ~ ill I1 A I I m I I I ll l n n &lAP A P Ikl Pimll ;ft., Matinees 24 2~efforts Fiery and Miller also turn- [ :~ ' IVllillillHll illl ll lllllllli:ll" I:ll'lM/l'i /-- - --X ' lance You Need And Get A,rim,~u'"~'R""'~r"~"~ ...... ...... "~a23"'v" ~28"/" edpagein finejacksondefensiVewhlch, gameShad, a wm" ,':~ mwmnun, tit1 rim m idrulvL v li..ml|m..n, ! , ~Y Today ! ! ~?u'rn~t'a~b~les"~ i9 33 and a loss to their credit going :~.. 66(~|~ An ~,|a~r*~'~p A~n1].n/~. ~]~ e][xh|,~ ,(~tt,~'rn.~=" t vv # il Transmitters 17 35 into this game, had an exceptional ~" .................. ~' ....... "" ....: ....* .......... ~K i ~/ iy bad night in their shooting and ~!"_" -- AT THE -- The Barefooters managed to in- as a re~uVt ,,-Iv --- r,~v,~r ~,h,,-t ~ NORTH GEORGE STREET - DIAL 725-5516 - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. , cr " a " A ...... ....... " ease their le d m the WXV Lindoe ~.:* ~-. -,.^ .~.-, ~.,^ * ...... t~ ' :i~. Housewives Ladies' Bowling He had ten f'ort t"~eUnl~ *,~;u,e~. ' ' ~ ~ i. ~ '" hern States League Tuesday in action at Pike- g " ~'~'~'~'~~'~~'~~~~~ . ~ ~ ~~~~~ JUST COME IN AND REGISTER? SAVE MONEY NOV. 13 - 19 Unit, 17 Ft. Chest Freezer Regularly $231.9S SALE $209.95 Unico 13 C Ft. Combination Refrigorator-Fr z IMiulady $269.00 $ 9.9S Mirro-Matic Teflon-Coated Eiectdc Fry Pan (Heeds N ease) Iqulady $19.9S SALE $14.9S WorUtmoro Whistl Tea Kettb .... tdlrk yc , 3 wat , U.E 51.89 "Sta-Rite 1/3 SALE $194.55 Convertible Pump EASY PAYMENT PLAN Charles Town Cooperative Phone 43. Ranson, W. Va. side Bowl to 5 games over the second place Tune Toppers by chalking up 2 points and drop- ping a point and one-half, while the Tune Toppers were losing by a 3-1 score. At the same time the Melody Lanes team moved closer onto the backs of the Tune Topper~ and second place by scoring a 4-0 win. Susie Myers rolled high single game Monday with a 172, while Pat Wright had a 170 and Doris Blackford, a 167. The high indi- vidual set score went to Evelyn Grant, a 448; while Doris Black- ford was second with 444 and Mar- garet Blackford, third with 439. The high team set score went to ahe Buckboards, a 643 and the Barefooters h~d high team set score of 1789. Holding the five top league av- erages are: Jane Stone, 151; Bid- dy Smoot, 149; Dot Brown, 147; Dot Crow~ey; 147, and Evelyn Grant 146. WINGDINGERS MOVED INTO TIE WITH COMETS FOR LEAD IN LADIES' LOOP LADIES' TRIO LEAGUE Team " W. L. CAIme~, . 27 21 tringdingers 27 21 Lady Bugs 25 23 Three Squares ~ 25 23 HI-Lo,s 24~ 22~ ,Hen Pens " Happy Bunch 22~ 17~ The Cubs 22 18 Pin Heads 22 26 Chicks Chicks 22 26 Big x's 2o 28 Lane Brains 18~ .29~ The Wingdingers movedfrom fourth place into a tie with the CometsTor the lead in the Ladies' Trio Bowling league by chalking up four points in action on the Shenandoah Lanes alleys Wednes day. The victories sent the Wing- dingers shooting past the Lady Bugs and the three Squares, both of whom were defeated in Wednes day's action. The Hi-Lo's and the Hen Pins managed to remain in a tie for fifth place as both scored victor- ieln Wednesday's action Millie II n n I n l I IIIILI I I I I I I I I ir ........ hmtmas is a log for tht htarth, and... t0arm, tolo l Which is his favorite sweater? Is it good, traditional Shetland... or lamb's wool? Is it a ski pattern or muted hop- scotch p I a i d ? Cardigan? Pullover? Chances are, he has several favorites, so take no chances and find them all, right here! OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9:00 P. M. CHARGE -- IT, " Take 6 Mos. To Pay