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Miss Margaret Houser The Bakerton Ruritan Club met on Thursday, Jan. 6, with a good attendance. The fire chiefs of tiarpers Ferry and Shepherds- town were present at the meeting. There was a dis6ussion concerning the use of water from the com- pany quarry in case of fire in the community. On Sunday, Jan. 9, a test was made. By the use of one pumper on the quarry floor and one above, water was suc- cessfully supplied at a great rate. Further plans will be made to make use of the quarry water for fire fighting more easily acces- sible. The group thanks the fire- men for their time and co- operation. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Daugherty, of Williamsport, Md., were Satur- y enng guess of r. and ! Watson on Sunday. Mrs. Charlie Daugherty. t George Kidwiler and Raleigh The Ruritan Club of Bakerton Moler who have employment in held a Christmas party in the Baltimore, Md., Visited their Community Hall Dec. 23 with ap- proximately sixty persons pres- !ent. Santa Claus was present to welcome every one and help to sing "Jingle Bells. Cake, candy and punch were served. The speaker for the evening was Mr. Lowell Hetzel. Mr. John Loudan and children of Martinsburg, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hough and daughters, of Ransom were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hough Jr., and sons, Mr. O. H. Knott, of Baltimore, Md., visited his brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson and son, of Harpers Ferry, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert f~.." YOU'LL B[ YOU DID A FULL- SERVICE BANK MI MBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W . VA. OF In Clarke County, Virginia Pursuant to a decree dated November 22, 1965, entered in that certain cause s~yled Harry Murphy, in'his own right and as Executor of the estate of Frank P. Murphy v. Charles E. Murphy, et alg, now pending in the Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia. the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on: DATE: Saturday, January 15, 1966 TIME.: 10:30 A. M. Place. Front of County Court House in Berryville, Virginia All that certain property known as the Murphy Farm located approximately 8 miles from Winchester on the old Charles Town road, in Longmarsh District. Clarke County, Virginia, ad- Joining the lands of C. Stanley Clevenger, Joseph Edens and Earl Bailey, containing 152 acres of lind. improved by 9 room dwelling, a large barn, a tile Silo. and a never failing dug well beside the house. There are 30 Acres of standing timber, 20 Acres of permanent pasture and approximately 100 Acres of tillable land. This property fronts on Opequon Creek for a half mile. The hard surface road crossing the Farm passes in front of the buildings and both electric and telephone services are attached to the dwelling. TERMS: $300.00 down on day of sale, balance due on delivery of the Deed. This sale shall be subject to the approval and confirmdtion of the Court. DENNIS L. COLlg, Auctioneer J. RANDOLPH LARRICK Special Commissioner I, Lucy A. Allen, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia. do hereby certify that bond with security approved by me as sufficient, and in the penalty provided by said decree, has been given by said Special Commissioner. Given under my hand this 13th day of December, 1965. LUCY A. ALLEN Clerk, Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia Jan. 6-2t- homes over the weeknd. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler, of Martinsburg and Jack Loudan, of Harpers Ferry, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown and daughters, of Martinsburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holler and children. Rev. and Mrs. Luther Crady and children, of Shenandoah Junction, attended a birthday supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp in honor of their daughter, Jeanie on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cindinges and boys, of Charles Town, were supper guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harian Van Camp and children. Mrs. Richard Houser and daughter, Dixie Kay, and Mrs. Martin Snyder and daughter, Kit- ty Ann, of Martinsburg, visited in Cumberland recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higdon and granddaughter, of Brunswick, Md., spe~t New Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houser and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hoffman and sons, of Martinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houser and daughter, Thursday night. Mrs. Julia Viands Marriage Annbunced Miss Linda Courtney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Courtney, of Bunker Hill, and A/3C Daniel Eugene Viands, son of Mrs. George Morgan and the late Bill Viands were united in marriage on Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 6 p.m., in the First Baptist Church in Winchester, Va., by the Rev. E. T. Clark. Eugene is in the Air Force in Texas and had a fifteen-day leave home for Christmas. He returned to base on Tuesday last. Linda remained with her par- eats. Eugene is the grandson of Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Catherine Burns, of Balti- I proud of the card. I This tale of a girl compelled to more, Md., spent New Year'sI Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and make love by a force that out- weekend with her brother-in-law children, of Millville, were Satur- weighs the rules of society is rem- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garland day visitors of her brother, Mr. iniscent of the True Confession Henry. Mrs. Mary Grubbs and mother, Mrs. Aits, of Sterling, Va., were Monday callers on Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Ronald Wiles and mother, Mrs. Albert Viands and daughter, Mary, were in Winchester, Va., on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were recent callers on their sis- ter, Mrs. Odis James in Ranson. Mrs. Doris Herndon and friend, of Ardmore, Md., came up last Sunday and took her daughter, Melody, home with her. Melody had spent the week with her randparents Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent Saturday evening with friends in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Myers and son, of Kearneysville, were Sat. urday night callers of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Miss Kelly Stokes of the Bloomery spent Thursday evening with the Bushs. Mrs. William Dillow, Jr., and her mother, Mrs. Mary Frye, the latter of Point of Rocks, Md., spent Wednesday with friends in Frederick, Md. Sunday callers upon Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. tester Viands and son, Jackie, of Rom- ney, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family, of Middleway, Mr. Ir- vin Hedges, of Keameysville, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slusher and Mrs. Milton Tumblin and fam- ily. Miss Patsy Rissler, of Washing- ton, D. C., and Miss Susan Rissler of the State College of Kesyeri spent the weekend with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughter, Jane. Mrs. Thelma Parker, of Manas- sas, Va., spent the weeknd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson. Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daughters were callers on Satur- day of her mother, Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kabletown. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennit, Jr., and family, of near Bunker Hill were Sunday afternoon call- ers upon their aunt, Mrs. Mar. garet Williams and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby and grand- magazine offerings, or even of "Peyton Place," and it might be reasonable to assume that it therefore has a certain attraction for femmes and others who may be stimulated by the unorthodox love affairs of the screen femme fatale, Suzanne Pleshette. Miss Dorothy Lake Sunday Guests Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla were Mrs. Barbara Geisler and sons, Johnny and Kenny, and Mr. Bobby Marr, of Woodstock, Md., Mr. Robert son, Bobby. Waugherman, og Emmitsburg, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Fritts and Md., Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pope and father, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts were dinner guests on Sun- day of the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fisher and daughter, in Greencas- tie, Pa. By Kani Lane, Mgr. Charles Washington Theatre and children, of Ranson, and Mr. [ and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, "THE SANDPIPER" Showing of Millville, were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. Glad to hear Mrs. Joe Milton is feeling better after a trip to her doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and mother, Mrs. Clemantine Aits and grandson, Gregory Viands, of Kearneysville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Aits' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Grubbs in Sterling, Va. REPO RT tOF CONDITION OF of Ranson, West Virginia, at the close of business December 31, 1965, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ............... 759,218.58 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ..................... 1,106,608.19 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 31,137.85 Other securities (including $12,300.00 corporate stocks .......................... 12,300.00 Federal funds sold ....... , .................. 400,000.00 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 87,797.28 Other loans and discounts ................... 2,424,346.87 Other assets ................................ 15,998.0.i TOTAL ASSETS ........................... 4,837,406.78 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and Corporations .................... - ..... 1,620,154.02 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and co ])orations .............. 1,802,917.76 Deposits of United States Government ......... 60,624.42 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 515,217.82 Deposits of commercial banks Certified and officers' checks, 184,792.44 10,966.27: TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 13 to 19) $4,194,672.73 (a) Total demand deposits $2,372,259.01 (b) Total time & savings deposits $1,822,413.72 Other liabilities (including $None mortgages and other liens on bank premises and other real estate ........................... 145,691.58 TOTAL LIABILITIES ......................4,340,364.31 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (b) Common stock total par wlue .......... 200,000.00 No. shares uathorized 8,000 No. shares outstanding 8,000 Surplus ...................................210,000.00 Undivided profits ........................... 87,042.47 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. 497,042.47 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................... 4,837,406.78 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .................. 3,915,613.28 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .................. 2,419,960.77 Loans as shown in item 7 of "Assets" after deduction of valuation reserves of ............ 46,767.77 I, Donald R. Edmonds, Vive-President and Jack R. Huyett, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. DONALD R. EDMONDS Vice-President JACK R. HUYETT Cashier We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. R. MASON D. M. ItENESEY Directors J. ERROL WARD State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of Jan- uary, 1966. JOANN MAGAHA, Notary Public Thur.. Fri. - Sat., Jan. 13 - 14,15 Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are as explosive a box- office team as exists in the film world today, so it is obvious that the film has a great deal going for it right from the start. It shapes up as a natural for the ladies, and enough of Talyor is exposed to attract the menfolk as well. The conflict raging inside a man of the cloth as he is drawn into an extra-marital affair is handled with taste and style but may still upset some theatregoers. Filmed in Metrocolor. "THE GREAT SPY MISSION" code name: "Opeeration Cross- bow" Showing Sun.. Mort. - Tue., Jan. 16- 17.18 Thrills galore alternately race and creep across the wide screen, revealing the details of a little known operation during World War II which conceivably could have been a factor in changing the scheme of things in favor of the Allies. Brave secret agents are followed as they thread their way through a maze of plots and counterplots. What emerges i~ a suspenseful and superior film ad- venture that should please fans of this type of release. Filmed in Metrocolor and stars Sophia Lo- ren, George Peppard, Trover How- ard, and John Mills. "A RAGE TO LIVE" Showing We.. Thur., Jan. 19 - 20 Notice To Owners Of The Buildings Or Dwellings Described Below: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1966 end with her mother, Mrs. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cooley daughter, of Hyattstown, spent Sunday afternoon with Thelma Wiley and Mr. and Dick D'Angelo. You, and each of you, are here- by notified that investigation has been made by the enforcement agency of the the Corporation of Charles Town, report made to the Mayor, and his recommendation made to the City Council, for each of the structures described below, as required by law, and that Monday, February 7, 1966, at 7:30 P. M. o'clock has been set as the date and hour for hearing or for you to show cause, if any, respectively, why said buildings, or any of them should not be demolished at the expiration of ten days thereafter, for being unsafe, unsanitary, dangerous or deterimental to public welfare, and if not then done by you, then by the town at your expense. Such hearing will be held at the regu- lar Council meeting in the Cou- ncil Chambers, second floor of the Charles Washington Hall, in Charles Town, W. Va., on said date and at said hour. Said structures are designed on the land books in the Assessor's office, as follows, to-wit: (all at present being unoccupied): NUMBER PURPORTED OWNERS 1965 Bldg. ASSESSMF_aNT (1) 406 S. Charles St. Joseph W. Parrott Est. $500.00 (2) 431 S. Lawrence St. Charles Ross, et al. $1300.00 (3) 104 Weirick St. Rosa Brown $4o0.oo (4) 106 Weirick St. Patterson $700.00 (5) 568 Eagle Avenue Martha Thornton $7OO.OO (6) Bldg. in rear of 322 and 324 E. Wash. St. Delores Heffener Hinckle (7) 628 Mordington Ave. Kate Washington $5O0.OO (8) Hessey St. Lessie Luckett Est. $1000.00 (9) 802 HarewoodAve. / Carr (or Brown) property MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CORPoRATION OF CHARLES TOWN Jan. 6-3.t. children, Lorn, Tommy, Pam and Lynn, Mrs. Mary Lilla, of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and Miss Rebecca Lilla. Mrs. Gene Kowalski, of Chicago, Ill., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Coffelt and Mrs. Vallie Carper, of Winchester, Va., and Mr.s Joe Gordon, of Edin- burg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines FOR YOUR and children, Cynthia and Jerry, of Brownsville, Md., were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ballenger Miss Sharon Jackson who is a student at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, spent the week- HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 D & M BUILDERS ,PROUDLY RESENT 2 NEW built-in range ..... excellent location ,- just 2 miles from schools, churches and shopping. Annual operating cosf for flameless electric baseboard heat- ing is just $130. 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