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iun~; [ Charlotte Heishman is second For the Cardinals, Ron .Russell [ the Weekenders coupled w'th Y, Y] ' "P ; " "ITHURSDAY, DECEMBER 196~ C---.'l L, / with a 163 marly Elaine Myers is garnered 15 points to top his ] loses ,by the Reporters and Gas-. for the others: It is a pleasure [chester, Va and Mr. and Mrs. [ mJ thn"d ~lth,' a' 16'2, Nancy. Roth four team. ltis brother, Von also hit lighters gave the Week-enders a to meet and talk over the happen-] Emol"y Cain of .Mount Airy, Md. [ , emerson / th with 159. ahd Doris Cline fifth into double figures and racked I half point margin m the race. ]mgs and problems ff there are ] Mr and Mrs Moss Ranalli and j ~ WI ~ -= A~v~r~ ~ .-- * - ! with 155 up 10 points while Ken Boyd rip I Doris Blackford rolled the high any I " ' .:.'~ o* ~ vw i,~ rtu~sl ~ ' ' " ' " l liss H, osle t'~lruccl moLort'a t ml Leaaue [ ------- [ped in 13. |single game score of the day a[ After a delicious luncheon wasI~;n~h.~,Mon,la~ 1~ ~ / . --- I The loser bucketed 24 of 311211, while Dot Brown was seconu'served, Mr Brown presentedl ~" / "~mW Commercial League [ |a~l~ta@ (~a#~ I fl'ee throws and averaged a dis-].high with a 203 and Evelyn Grant each correspondent with gifts [,~ ~4~,~.~.~ ~" ~~ STANDING o,~ ,r~'a~,IilUIU|I] JIIVVI [ real 24 per cent average from the,was third with a 196 game Dot On Thursday evening, Dec "14,1 w-~Z- ~ ~.-,~-l~ / " ,~ A~ * I|.~-[- t ~ ~-p- "- ",~r"~'~",[-~ A ,e e floor [Brown rolled the high individual .the annual ~hristmas party'was| ; A-~ll,V~k-~ '~ [ ~ Ik~ ~"# ~ ~ ~~*.~ a. enne~s ~'~ ,~'|||A~ |~|~| ] The Balzers, meanwhile, con-/ set score-a566,w,~th .games f1841held at .the Millville Methodist| a~'~'~.~ ::.~.~//~/?~| f-'~l ,~ l ~,~,~ :~ [~ "~~ fie Beaufi~ ~ ~,VVTTII ~lUllldlllltUll~ I nected for a 39 per cent mark|203 ann z ~; wmm ~ar,ara ~:ape[Chureh, in the basement, with/ / .~, "' ~bL~/JL. o~ ~o .~ had the second ni n set score, . . :~::~:- - ,~ ,~ ~, ,--~.~v .~ -Ys S. PIu~, "~', o, [,P p |e [trom the held and h~t only 21 of[ .~ [ forty-six in attendance. The party[ Z~'~"-/'~ ~.~, ~m~ [ -- .-- " "~ 741~/t ~1 Paperdol[~ 30~~ 07~' / In ~=~v i=~,~l~n [30 tosses from the charity stripe,525 w~m games, ot r(z, 1oo an? ! and covered dish su,pper is held/ o~~'/~]~q~"",-- *'~ l's Risl,~ ,~ -~ ~ ~z,nt ==mo$ =m~*t=vt* ] In the junior varsity scrap,| 188. The mira mgn set was rouen ! by the members of the Methodist| tro~i~ 1 "~! l~ ~ ~, Manor"~ ~ ~? -'---" ' Siebert rammed in 14 points as| by Doris Slackfora wi~h games ot] Men's Club and their families. 1 We-are-filled with ~ower| -~~-- .--.~- ~~. St~t-.~ 28~ 31~ ] The Shepherdstown High uard- ~he Blazers made it a clean sweeo| 165, 143 and 211 ~Or a 519 total. 1 Saturday visitors of Mr. and/ ," ~ ~.a ' 1 ~ll.l~-~i~/ll ~ ~ ~.rj~ ~ ~ ~, ~o - . wire the Dplrlg OI SHe ~u.u.--- at Noh,a oe~ ~ov,nals had no defense for the add- of the two-game card with a 46-16[ The Bumpers who scored a 4-0 ! Mrs. T. W. Dfllow were Mr. Dale| .~. l :~ ~ ~~~x Kurl-l "~'~'~,~ ~/2 ~ ed heighth of the Berkeley Spr- romo victory, rolled the best team game Dfllow and children of Rockville,1 ~,mican. ~.~) ~. ~.~~.~.Z~--~ Ti~,~-[2~o ,2~ o?~{| ings High Indians who invaded -,and set .scores. The game score['Md",All of us are working to- l ~ ~r~ ~,~r---~ .~~ . [moved out to a commandiing 411 K0V~ Mamle'W l;shire t eague ~or many in ,- I ape e we - are sure of success as we topped a 3-1 decisioh ]marg . Team w. L. [ Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ~ end with (Mr. andMrs. O.H.D~] w,-k in Cho kn-wled~o that / MflNTC MI I V Whl/II f'AT&ln ~vMt, v ,~',~e time uourtney's| . .- ~. . ~.~~~,~j~ ~ D~,~, ,~ we are filled with power lugs and the Halltown ~ c~mmandmg the boards and h~tt- Reporters 37~ 26V2 / Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.[ "hrou h the S irit of God,114 N. Charles Street r st team set scores," ~ason by comin~ un with l " Johnson hit on 15 fielders and Companions 24 40 ] Mrs. Waiter Cogle was a pa- Pinfal~" .f oa~ v h~t. [huek~t~,4 nin~ free throw~ in Broadcasters 19 45 |tient in the Charles "l~w~ ~e~- ' " ". -~ . eral Hospital for several days af- cs Spark Plugs rolled the i amassing the game s highest --- 0 -- [ "e -e "n uS-- il" n Fri- ra game score of the day, score. Rick McLaughlin; with 10. After having been knocked out ! t r ? coral g q te I o flay ra " [ points was t'he only other Blazer of the league lead last week by nigh~. t:ape was the outstand to hit into the double figures col- the Reporters and Barefooters, ] Note of Appreciation ~dUal bowler of the .day, i umn. . the Weekenders came right ,back ] I want to express my thanks to ~rect a 234 high single I However, Hurley, with nine ann Tuesday ~tn a z-I vlcto.ry wnl!e Mr. Max Brown, Mr. and Mrs. ', o~ and a 599 high set,Munson w.ith seven provided the Reporters were split~mg their t Ralph Dorsey of the Jefferson arbara Lloyd main~tained[ample support for the high-scor- match and the Gasligh~ers were|Publishing Company in Oharles average to remain as the/ing Johnson, who had his best losing a 3-1 decision in action at Town for making it possible for It's Christmas! and we're glad 'for the chance to sound off with warmest thanks to all our loyal customers, with an added "note" to have the merriest and best Christmas ever! o ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR -- RANSON, W. VA. ,all the world "htn. # d ee,e. JAMES E. SENSENEY, Proprietor WZST WASHINGTON STREET -- CHARLES TOW-,W. VA, us correspondents to enjoy such a delicious luncheon on Satur- day, Dee. 16 in the Educational Building of ,the Asbury Metho- dist Church. It was such a pleas- ure to meet again with all these nice people. And thanks for the gifts we received. .Mrs. Leona Staubs and grand- son Tommy spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs. I Mrs. Hazel S~ttbs and daughter Sandra were business visitors in Winchester, Va on Tuesday. " Mr. Gerald Buford and daugh- ters of Ranson spent Sunday with Mr. Frank Cogle and family. GUests on Sunday of .Mrs. Le. ona Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Seal and girls, Miss Cindy Stau'bs of Baltimore, Md Mr. and Mrs. George Vanordale and children of Norfolk, Va Mr. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Va Mr. Raymond Staubs of Shepherds- town, Mr. Harold Staubs of ~lver Grove. Mrs. Thomas Jackson is still on the sick list and under the doc- tor's care. We join in praym" f~r a speedy recovery for her. Sorry to learn of the illness of Mi*s. Frank Rodgers of Ranson and to learn that she has re- ,urned to the hospital in Ranson She is a sister,in-law of Mr. and Mrs. ~aptain Redgers of Silver Grove. We jain in praying that tshe will soon be feeling well a~ain. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and daughters were visitors w~th Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ~hapmah and family ,in Mannings on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and daughter Robin were ,gueSts of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staub$ and family :in Bakerton. Mr. StatiCs Just re- turned to his home from the Charles Town Hospital where he was a patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs Paul Cogle, Mrs. Kiine of Brunswick, 'Md;; were guests on Y~,iday of MAss Jud) Cogle aand brother'Alvin. It was butchering day at the Cogle's. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sheaffer and daughter of Chestnut Hill were visitors with .Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Lo'r~gerbeam and family. Mrs. Anna Grove and children, Mrs. Dorothy Grove and son were guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Marshall Grove and children in Neersville, Va on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanbs and daughter Patty were in Martins. burg on Thursday taldng little :Patty to the Clinic for her check- i up. ~,r. and Mrs. Robert Nick and children were visitors of Mr, aad ,Mrs. Waller Davis and family. Master Steve Chapman has ,been home from school several days because of illness. Miss Sue Demory of Brunswick. Md was a guest of Mrs. Hazel Stat~bs and family. Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ronald Rodgers visited the Charles Town General Hospital on Sunday evening to see Mrs. Frank Redgers of Ranson who under- went surgery on Monday morn- inS. Mrs. Frances Price of Martins- burg spent Monday with Mrs. Lu- ther Cogle and other relatives. Miss Dorothy Lake - -- - - : :- - Enjoyed Party On December 16 the corre- spondents for the SpirR of Jef- ferson-Advocate were greatly honored with a luncheon at the Asbury Methodist Church in Charles Town. We were enter- tained by the editor, Mr. Max Brown and owners, Mr. and Mra R~tph Dorsey, of Barry~lle, Va and Mr. Don Rentch of Charles [] [] GIFT CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATES come in all sizes, redeemable anytime, always welcome, easiest to buy, redeemable anytime IF Y OU ! THEN GO TO THE HOME OF OF FOR MEN -- LADIES BOYS --- GIRLS BABIES I 17L---Fabulous "Jade East" by Swank. Far from the ord|naryl ,Exhil~, mating elegance? Cologne after shave set. 4 oz -.S.SO Jade East Coral cologne. 4 oz. 3.00 Coral After Shave. 4 oz 2.$0 17M---Fav~rite "Old Spice" Shul- Ion's compliment to every man. 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