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December 14, 1967

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g o c e o o o e a l a. u on c. to 'Shade's Sinclair. llalltown ore Pair Wins in independent Cage Loop Play Which Opened Thursday Night INDEPENDENT LEAGUE STANDING 0F TEAMS Team _ W. L Shade’s Sinclair 2 0 Halitown 2 0 Job Corps Center 1 l Harpers F. Firemen 1 1 Shepherdstown 0 0 2 Play in the Jefferson County Independent Basketball League opened Thursday night, 7, at the Harpers Ferry National Job Corps Center gymnasiinn with all six teams participating in the triple-header attraction and the Homers Ferry Firemen, Shades’ Sinclair and Halltown chalked up victories in the opening round. Then Sunday afternoon in the second round of action also waged on the Job Center hardwoods, Shades and 'Halltown chalked up their second consecutive victories and the Job Corps team broke in to the victory column. In the Thursday night action J. Schultz paced the Harpers Ferry firemen to their 7061 Vic tory over the Job Corps Center hoys by scoring 25'1points,‘ while Lopez had 19 to lead the Job . Christmas Club i AT THE BANK WOHAD BOTH THE Melons e ~ BIGGEST v“ lN "HR 1967 CLUBS REMEMBER ....— AT Blakeley Bank Trust Company Corp Center scoring. In the second game of the night Ernie Jones with 20 points and Meredith Polen with 13 paced a well-diversified attack for the Shades Sinclair team which sound ly trounced the B. B, Builders by an 8425 score. Burch was high man for the Builders with nine points. And in the third game of the night the Halltown cagers scored an easy 63-39 victory over Shep- herdstown as Roger Ramey with 16 points and Simons, with 14 led the Halltovm attack. A Mahoney was the top scorer for the losers with 16 points. Sunday Dec. 10, Shades and Hailtown kept on a winning streak while Harpers Ferry Job Corp Center won their first. Shades, with three men hitting in double figures completely crushed Shepherdstown by a 77 to 37 score. D, Jackson led Shades with 13 while Wright paced Shep- herdstown with 13. The second game saw two un- beaten clubs go down to the wire with Hal’ltown beating Harpers Ferry Fire Company by a score of 46 to 43. W, O’Hara paced Hall ,1 thNOT EN our 1968 1 THE PAYOUT You Make The 3 * The. 50th ma BLAKELEY RANK 8: TRUST CO. A FULL-SERVICE. BANK E MEMBER FDIC his—.... g l‘ .. u y .«z Ramon, w. Va. First 49 Payments * And We Give You past éhoonoonnnaaooenaanaaa Payment RANSON, W. VA. WWW SANTA IS WITH CHRISTMAS VALUES AND YOU’LL FIND HIM AT THE WASHINGTON SPECIALTY SHOP Among His Prize Gifts Are Our Beautiful cons -- suns -- DRESSES *HATS«BAGS« , GlOVES (Bothttidhllnitl ALSO-r VARIETY sons 8. sucx sums. MANY OTHER GREAT CHRISTMAS BUYS We Are Open Every‘Ni‘ghl llntil December 23 Until 9‘ P. M. Sl’EClAlTY SHOP: 725-5221 - THE KASTLE NEXT T0 POSTOFFICE town with 12 while J. Schultz had 18 for the losers. The third contest was won by The Job Corp Center over B 8: B. Bulldens by a score of 64 to 39. Lopez and P. Parks paced the Job Corp Center with 12 points. W. Moore had 13 for the losers. Play resumes Dec. 14 beginning at 6:30 at the Harpers Ferry Job Corp Center gym. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. With time out for (the holidays the next games will be played on January ,7, 1968, at 1:45. Shepherd Cagers Drop Two More Games Ofload The Shepherd College basket— ballers dropped their. fourth and fifth battles Friday and Saturday night on a two-night road trip into Central West Virginia and they have yet to score a victory this season. The Rams came with in No points of breaking their three- game losing streak Friday night when they dropped a 78-76 West Virginia Conference decision to Davis and Elkins College in Elk- lns and Saturday night they mov- ed on to Salem College and dropp- ed a 9378 decision. In their battle with Davis and Elkins the Rams battled back from a 14-point halftime deficit to move in front with nine min- utes of the battle left. But then the host team began to move and with‘1153 time remaining knotted the count at 74-74 and then hit for two quick baskets to take the lead and go on to vicotry. The Rams were down 4432 with only a minute of play remaining in the first half and closed the gap to 44—38. But early in the second half with Sonny Hoeltzel and Sam Simmons leading their attack the Rams moved in front 57-55. Hoeltzel led the Ram attack with 22 points, while Simons had 19 and Jerry Ingram 12. Alma» antler Was the top scorer for Davis and Elkins team with 17 points, while six Davis and Elkins players hit in the double figures. In the battle with Salem the Rams {gave the host team a real battle for a half and were trail- ing by only a 44-43 score before they hit a cold shooting slump and Sclem want on to Win by a 93-78 score, Salem pumped in 44 of 88 shots for the evening and connected on a fantastic 60 per cent in the secondhalf of action. Shepherd had four starters in double figures as Sam Simmons had 22 points, Sonny Hoeltzel en- joyed a 164point night and Ron Ingram and Greene followed with 14 and 12 respectively, Hoeletzel also pulled down 10 rabounds as Shepherd was beaten off the boards 39-29, and was particulary ineffective in the final 20 minutes of play. All Three- FROM PAGE one Joseph’s High of Martinsburg. There will also be a Friday. after noon engagement at Martinsbmg High School, where the Bulldogs will be hosting the Judges ma return battle for one which the two schools engaged in Friday, Dec. 8 in Winchester. CHURCH sumo CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS nooeaaaoasuooéo? g. 'lOADED! SWEATERS Mia soacasoaassanooraooaossacssooceeasso"- the top actiOn by rolling both the high divldual game Score, a 20 asketball Games For Section. Area TONIGHT (Thursday) Randolph Macon at Shepherd Charles Town Jr. High at Capon Bridge FRIDAY. Dec. 15 Charles Town at Hedgesville Smithburg at St, Joseph’s Harpers Ferry at Berkeley Spr- logs Wardensvllle at Mussclman Shepherdstown at Hancock TUESDAY Dec. 19 Brunswick at Charles Town Handley at Martinsburg Clear Springs 'at Hedgesvllle Berkeley Springs at Shepherds- town Clarke County at Musselman Harpers Ferry at Williamsport St. Joheph’s at St. Marie Goretti THURSDAY, Dec. 21 Charles Town at Boonsboro Williamsport at St, Joseph’s Reporters. Barefooters Move Into Tie For lead In WXVA Bowling league WXVA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE STANDING 0F TEAMS Teams W. L. Reporters 35% 24% Barefooters 35% 24% Weekenders 35 25 Gaslighters 34% 25% Tlmekeepers 34 26 Bulletins 32% 27% Bumpers 28 32 Matinee’s 26 34 Companions 23 37 Broadcasters 16 44 .. __ o ... .. The Reporters and Barefooters, who have for the past several weeks been pressing the Gas- lighters hard for the lead in the WXVA Housewives Bowling Lea- gue, caught up With them Tues- day, Dec. 12, in action at Pikeside Bowl by scoring wins while the Gaslightersr were dropping a 4-0 decision. The Reporters managed to move into the lead by splitting theri match 2-2, but the Barefoot- ers, by scoring a 40 victory mov- ed from fourth place into a tie for the league lead. Maggie Whitehair rolled the high single game score of the day. a 220 while 'DOt Brown was second with a 212 and Barbara Cape was third with a 199. Dot Brown also "rolled the high set score, a 529, with games Of 173, 212 and 144, while Doris Black- ford had a 527 for second high set with games of 168, 192 and 167’ while Maggie Whitehair was third high set scorer with a 523 with games of 220, 135 and 168. The Matinee’s rolled the top team game score, a 696 and the Timekeepers, the high set score, 1930. Dot Brown is still the lea- gue’s leading bowler with a 167 average, while Nancy Roth is sec- ond with a 164 and Doris Black— iord third with a 157. Four Penneys Move To Within. One Point Of County league lead County Commercial League STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. L. Hill Dale Beauties 3 23 Fish; Penneys 32 24 Courtney S. Plugs 30 26 Norman’s Risks 30 26 Halliown P. Dolls 29% 26% Merchant & NOIRnd 26% 29% . Market Manor , 26% 29% Barge’s Tigerettes 25 31 Kut Kurt Kuties 24% 31% Striders Strikers 23 33 .— 0 The Four Penhey’s who moved into a tie for «second-place in the County Ladies Commercial Bowl ing League last week. continued their climb towards the top spot Dec. 6. in action at Pikeside bowl by "scoring a 3-1 View ‘ while the leagueuleading .Hill Da Beauties we’re dropping (their match by the same suite. The win by the Pen- witb thedoss by the eauties, permitted the nreys coupl Hill Dale ' Penney's :to move to within one point of titde of the league. Norman Bush's otsomoved back into the thick of the race, and i moved into a tiefor third place by Scoring a 44) evicton while, Courtney’s Spark Plugs ‘were drop - ping a 3-1 decision. The Four Penheysproved to be team in the Dec. 6 league team game score. a 686 and also ' the high team set sears, with a total pmfall of 1882. Nancy Roth rolled the hi h in; an also the top individual set sabre, a 512, Adams 1‘01le the sedon'd’high Score, 188 and, IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. l roars NEWS VIEW (FROM PAGE l-B) coached several championship teams during his stay' at the Virginia school. . . GREETINGS OF THE season come in from our old friend and one of Charles Town High’s all-time coaching greats, George Hill. George now makes his home in Parkersburg, W. Va., where his address is: 3032 Seventh Street, Apt. 10. . Why not drop him a line some time. . . ...-u-nuoon HAN DLEY HIGH’S basketball Judges presented new coach Jimmy Omps with his first varsity basketball victory of the year last Friday afternoon, and a. choice one, it was-rover Martinsburg High’s Bulldogs in a. real thriller 59-57, In the new Handley gymn. . . REMEMBER Steve Vandenberg, the all-time great at All- egany High School of a. few years back? He’s now domg a great job for Duke’s fine basketball team, all of.wh1ch should be no bad news to Charles Town’s big ‘Blue DeVIl’ Postmaster C. Manning Smith. . . SHENANDOAH DOWNS has distributed more than 1,000 nomination forms for the 1970 running of the $25,000 _added Trl-State Futurity, General Manager Robert Leavitt said last week, Nominations for the $50,000 gross value event close on Saturday, December 30, 1967. . . BILL BRILL says: “Women are like money; you gotta keep ’em busy or they lose interest!” CHRISTMAS CARDS from Ted Keller, the onetime Char- les Town Legion star shortstop, who is now head football coach at Randolph Macon «College, Ashland, Va. Happy. to hear from you and Nancy. . Also, one from our long tlme friend, Greg Johnson in Baltimore, Md. Nice of you folks to remember us. .\ . FAIRMONT STATE, Where Charles Town’s fine football player Tommy Mercer is a member of the Falcons, brought a lot of football glory to West Virginia last Saturday when they whipped Eastern Washington State 28-21 to take the small college championship. . . - conch-....- IF THE BALTIMORE Colts beat the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, and Phil Porterfield says they W111, and Blackie Davis says they won't, if that has any real bearing on the outcome of the battle, the Colts will NOT be reaching the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow; they Will have reached only the quarter finals. The quarterfinal will be played at “ Milwaukee December 23 beCWeen the Packers and either the Colts 01' Rams. Oh, yes . . the Redskins Will usher In Santa on Sunday with thelp of the New Orleans Saints. . Should be a clilifvhanger! . . . v' !. GEORGE HILL,'new coach at Shepherd College, has had nothin but bad breaks in his first year at the basketball helm. ' night before good old Santa arrived Tuesday night In the form of the Bridgewater College Eagles, bringing the Hillmen a 101a81 victory. . up for the remainder of the campaign. . . . Elaine Myer-s had the second high Set score, 511. 1 Barbara Light is the, league’s leading bowler with a 169 average and Elaine Myers and Charlotte Heishman are tied for second high with 163 averages, and Nan- cy Roth is fourth with a 157 ave- rage. Kasiles' Win Two Points From Jokers The Kastle’s Men’s Shop ladies bowling team of Charles Town, took «two pointsfrom the Jokers in action Thursday night, Dec. 7 in the Major Duckp high team game score, a 753. single game score, a 245 and also the high set score, 582. Barbara Lloyd also retained the individual league lead average with a 171, 0nd with a 163 and Elaine Myers is third with a 161 average. Reporters. Weekenders Continue To Battle Gaslighters For lead ' wxva HOUSEWIVEs- LOOP STANDING or TEAMS in Bowling League on the Brunswick Alleys. Gertrude Pram led the Kastle team to the win by rolling a high Team; W- L single game score of 133 and high Gaslighters 34% 21% set score of 349. Other set scores Reportcds 33% 22% for the Kastle team were: Vir- Weekenders 33. 23 .ginia Dorsey, 3371 Helen Kelican, Barcfooters ‘ 31% 24% 302; Eleanor Moore, 296; and E. Bulletins 31% 24% Johnson, 274. Timekeepers 30 26 * am a a . ntinees Four Penney S BETTIE Companions 21 35 Way To Second Spot lie to County loop COUNTY COMMERCIAL LOOP STANDING 0F TEAMS Team . W. L. Kill-Dale Beauties 32 30 Four Pontiay's , 29 23 Courtney’s S. Hugs 29 28 authorshoous 26% 25R ‘ Norman’s Risks 26 . 26 Merchant Noland 25% 26 ;' Market’Manor . pay, 26 . Striders Strikers 23 29 Burke’s T "arjettes 22 30 Km 8;‘s 21% any, -— 0 -~ The Four Penneys, who have been moving lupin the Jefferson County bodies Commercial Bow- League sacs slowly. to the past several weelw. moved into a Wish?“ I. A 'e , side a 4—D rectory Twhile‘ Confineyis Spark Plugs, ‘who had; beenpiggldihsgirtge runner-up spot, ..31' “.3109- «new “ " “to mum managed l 2...... to hold, PM we lessee lead: he.“ 1 Flex-ozoLAss is printed entha ever, Willih a 31 victory and the “mmrm Halltown Paper . Dolls, nmved . y, -« . from the second diviSiOII into four Mfifli‘f‘fl‘lmfiusnm oh place With a 3.1 victory. ‘ . “Wm , The Four Penneys rolled the . team set score of, the dry. With 2 001.31 pinion Of 1964, While Wk“ '1 ,1 n he Rams lost their fifth straight game last Saturday Let’s all hope that things will brighten the, Barge’s Tigerettes had the Barbara Lloyd rolled the high? 1 while Charlotte Heishman, is sec— f Mean More Gifts Wrapped In Attractive Boxes Broadcasters 16 ._ o __ Both the Reporters and the Weekenders continued to battle the Gaoslxig-hters for the lead in the WXVA Housewives Bowling League Tuesday Dec.. 5 in action at Pikeside bowl, with victories by both moving them to within a point, or one point and a half of the leaders. Scottie Marcus rolled the top individual game score of the day a 205 and also the top individual set score, a 551 with games of 190 180 and 181. Barbara Cape rolled the second top individual game score, a 200 and also the second high set score, 542 with games of 159, 200 and 183. Reba Cameron had the third high game score, a 194, while Nancy Roth had the third high set score, 477. The Bulletin’s had the top team game score a 658, while the Week enders had the top team setpscore an 1886. Dot Brown is the league’s lead ing scorer with a 166 average, while Nancy Roth is second with a51664 and D. Blsaclcford third with 1 . ‘Mr. and Mrs, Robert Gray and dallghter Kimble Sue moved Sat: urday from Berryville to Straith Moore, formerly home of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe. DIAMON SILVER WARE EARRINGS 230 W. WASHINGTON ST. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1967 ‘ 4° Citgo lady Bowlell; I l Also, now is the time to start usingour conVe ; ‘ lay-Away. For Christmas We now have hundreds of Excellent Ready for You —— They’re Great! 0 D R'NGi 0 All Metal 13" Long - 5 1/2" Tall Goes forward & reverse. 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Defeat Kleeco ;“ -_———- The Citgo Ladies’ bov'l of Charles Town, scored to‘ry over the KleecoSl-ll’l’“ Dec. 4 in action in Major Bowling League side bowl. 9 r. ..t‘ Mary Ellen McKee “ a Brown led the Citgo fe V’ tory. tthe former rollmg and high single game 500,80 day, a 193, and the latt both high game also high set score of, Set scores for 0th“ , of the Citgo team werfliey len McKee, 469; Sill“:l . man, 482; and Scame ,2 435. "' LOSE wall" Get amazin‘l‘ results when ya. product owed SLIMODEX- "' tion needed. You must 101915; 3 your money back. SLIMO .’ let and easily swallowed. special exeripes, no SLIMODEX costs $3.00 6” this GUARANTEE: if not“, any reason, just return thee, ion to the makers and .g money back. SLIMODEX‘ MOFFETT’S PHA Charles Town - Mail or“: Nov. ., -.~ w- .... w c . 7 i K Ig' , 'v if on 50% 75% BULOVA ACCUTRONS ,. (Won’t gain or lose more than a minute 3. 10°11. V BULOVA TRANSISTOR RADIOS . 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