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j~ = ~ ,_= ~ of Mrs. G. E. Webb ]n Bohvar.er of the Shepherdstown District, is at *our fin erti with his ~i ~ ~mll~II''~'i'~nlH~N/ The many friends of Mrs. Nel- Jefferson. County Court at an informative columnregularly.] - organlzauonai meeung on lvion- , . , ~r$ i ~1 ~git' ~ he Steadman are glad to know ....... See his answers to reader s questI ~Ir~' [ ~ that she is getting along so well oay January ~, l~.tro.. ..... ions every week in THE BALTI-] I in a splendid and wonderful home mr. ~aorrow. is. m ms tourm MORE NEWS AMERICAN I "" i l0-- YEARS AGO --- 10 home of Mrs. Harry L. Ronemus,in_Connecticut..Mrs. Steadnlan yearoas, Comm)ssmner for Shep- On sale at your local newsdealer I i ------ on east Washington Street. The nan been a resmen oi onvar .................... marriage of Miss Doris Chisler, and Harpers Ferry practically all He succeeds E. E. Henkle, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. her life until an injury caused Harpers Ferry District, who has ChiMer of Fairview, W. Va. to Lt. her to become a semi-invalid. Her been serving for the past year. Douglas Wise Phillips, U. S. N. R. many friends in her home town At their regular meeting Wed- son of Mrs. F. M. Phillips and will be more than glad to know nesday January 5, the Board of the late Dr. Phillips of Charles that she is getting along so well. Directors of the Jefferson Securi-i Town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trundle ty Bank voted Mr. Sam Skinner as recently visited Mr. and Mrs.President. The Directors also ' ! ' ' ,5" ~ ' i~[k4k~[i~'] | ?.T~ |,Lmnry,M. Snyder is named pres ~|b:~ of County Court. Shirley , :|a~lt is named county's DSA win .... in "55 ~IK~' by Jaycees and award ~ at annual banquet. Mrs. !i,~.~_ l.lliott is speaker for Yoke- |~ell0ws Bible Class at Presbyter- ,,~,~ Church Three are hurt when :~|~,~.~ hits station wagon at old : i ,ine N. W. Cros g. Jeff- :/~ma-~o~ County Board of Education three new teachers, Char- :[ M. Derr, Mrs. Helen F. Legg Miss Anna Jean Reese. Fair ~tiov launches drive to sell rshi s. Nine persons in- one house and seven ve- damaged as scores of minor occur on slick county and streets. Heavy storm County. Check for $101, 807 is to Charles Town Hospital of Goetz Fund. Bank Town, Peoples Bank directors and organize for and annual meeting. Jeffer- Circuit Court con- January term. Mr. and J. Henry Dutrow honored at anniversary recept- County Jaycees big March of Dimes Var- Charles Town Presby- to dedicate new Hymnal with Rev. George Knight Miss Zeneth Rudolph, 40 -- YEARS AGO --- 40 Died: - At her home near Zoar, Mrs. Laura B. Oden, wife of Will- iam. Oden, age 68 years. Goode !Brothers bought the Barry Lloydi property at the corner of George [and Congress Streets in Charles Town. Permission asked to build 151,025,000 race track near St. Albins, W. Va., John Howard re- named president of Jefferson County GOP Club. Veal calves sold for $34.00 at Blue Ridge Live stock market. Rippon man hurt in auto wreck near VA hospital center. New hours announced for Charles Town Postoffice. Mrs. G. E. Webb Recent dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitehair on New Year's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Bently[were Mr: and Mrs. John Blair announces engagement I and daughter, Linda, of Balti- Ulis S. Johnston of Bruns. Md. New West Virginia executives are installed meeting held at Moose dining room. Charles Town will celebrate silver anni- Charles Town High loses Ferry and St. Josephs in basketball. Har beats Hedgesville 73 ordain, install officers. Shepherd College Bridgewater 89-84. Horsemen for early racing dates for Charles Town. m 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 led:. Norman F. Johnson, a ~ve of Charles Town died in insburg. J., W. Hopper of le purchased the more, Md., Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and sons, Keith and Brian, of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Clayton Kelican and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitehair, of Bolivar Mrs. Jack Kelican and children of Ranson, Charles Whitehair Jr., of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Blanche Lowell, of Frederick Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowell, of Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Elasha Webb, of Baltimore, Md., spent several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters, relatives liv- ing in nearby Maryland. They also visited Mrs. C. E. Webb in !Bolivar. Miss Kate Marlatt is showing some improvement after being very mtrch indisposed at hgr home REPORT OF CONDITION OF Charles Town in the State of West Virginia at the close of iness on December 31, 1965. Donald Smith in Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Florence A. McVey Mrs. Florence A. McVey, widow of the late Roy Leslie McVey, died on Friday, January 7, at Jef- fersonian Manor, a nursing home in Charles Town, after a long illness. Born in Reed City, Michigan on Septemberm 29, 1883, the daugh- ter of Willis Edw. and Adelaide Weir Bellows, Mrs. McVey was educated in Michigan and was as- socited with the Buick Corpora- tion in the early days of the auto- mobile industry. Following her marriage in 1913, Mrs. McVey lived in Washington, D. C., where she took an active part in establishing Children's Hospital. In later years she lived in Havre de Grace, Md. She served on the Board of the Harford County Hospital and the Ravre de Grace Library. Mrs. McVey was the author of "Historic Havre de Grace" which for many years was the recognized publication of that city. She was a member of the Governor William Paca Chap- ter of the DAR and served as re- gent for many years. Prior to coming to West Vir- ginia in 1961, Mrs. McVey made her home in Bradenton, Fla., where she served as regent of the Osceola Chapter of the D.A.R., and was a member of the Wom- an's Club of Bradenton. During these years she enjoyed extensive travel in the United States and Mexico, and made several trips to Europe. Mrs. McVey was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church in Harpers Ferry. Funeral services were held in the church Monday afternoon, Jan. 10, with the Rev. Temple G. Wheeler officiating. Mrs. McVey ,is survived by one son, Robert Leslie McVey of Ab- erdeen, Md., and a daughter, Mrs. Robert P. Leonard, of Harpers Ferry, and several grandchildren voted for a raise in the interest Irate on savings accounts from 3% to 3%, payable semi-annu- ally. At the annual stockholders meeting held last week William B. Snyder was elected to a direct- orship to fill a vacancy on the Board. St. Joe Knocks Off Berkeley Springs The St. Joseph's Catholic High cagers of Martinsburg bounced right back onto the victory road Tuesday night after having been temporarily stopped by Charles Town Friday night, when they scored a 70-51 victory over Berk- eley Springs on the St. Joe hard- woods. The Crusaders jumped out to an early 20-7 first period lead behind a well-balanced scoring attack and held to a slim lead through the second and third per iods and then broke the game wide open in the home stretch. Ie was the second Bi-State Con- ~ terence win for the Crusaders and their fourth victory in five games. The defeat was the second for Berkeley Springs in seven games. Go To Church Sunday ASSETS h, balances with other banks, and cash eras in process of collection ................ 1,390,524A1 ited States Government obligations, irect and guaranteed ...................... 3,146,151.00 b gations of States and political subdivisions 577,843.00 eral funds sold .......................... 100,000.00 Uther loans and discounts ................... 4,666,832.36 aak premises, furniture and fixtures, and Other assets representing bank premises 11,199.29 eal estate owned other than bank premises 167,735.00 3TAL ASSETS .......................... 10,060,285.06 LIABILITIES b.e4and deposits of individuals, partnerships, corporations ........ ......... ; ........ 4,689,064.43 zh ae and savings deposits of inaividuats, l)artnerships, and corporations .. ............ 3,919,534.30 e))osits of United States Government ........ 159,097.10 l sits of States and political subdivisions 402,814.59 46,287.29 ified and officers' checks, etc ............. AL DEPOSITS ............ $9,216,797.71 Total demm d deposits $5,297,263.41 , ) Total time & savings deposits $3,919,534.30 liabilities (including $ None mortgages other liens on bank premises and other eal estate ................................ 102,600.00 0TAL LIABILITIES ...................... 9,319,397.71 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (e! Common stock---tet d par value .......... 220,000.00 , o. shares authorized 8,800 no. shares outstanding 8,800 ..................... .............. 360,000.00 adivided profits .......................... 110,887.35 Zerve for contingencies and other l)ital resezwes ........................... 50,000.00 :AL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. 740,887.35 TAL LIABILITIES AND PITAL ACCOUNTS .................... 10, MEMORANDA &Yera r d- ge of total deposits for the 15 calenda A tys ending with call date .................. 9,083,893.34 Verage of total loans for the 15 calendar t aYs ending with call date ........ , ........... 4,661,636.35 d' av-s as shown in item 7 of "Assets' are after vUCtion of valuation reserves of ............ 25,994.33 e, James W. Strider, President and Donald S. Smith, h hier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our aWledge and belief. JAMES W. STRIDER President DONALD S. SMITH ,, Cashier orrect--Attest: VIRGINIA F. BURNS ROBERT A. HOCKENSMITH Directors N. CLARK FURR 8 te of West virginia, County of Jefferson ss: t _ Worn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of Jan- l rY, 1966, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or eCtor of this bank. Y Commission Expires August 31, 1975. EDITH S. STANLEY, Notary Public BY BUCKY MORROW The Independent last week be gan it's 60th year serving the Shepherdstown area. The Inde )endent has been and still is under the direction of Mr. C. S. Musser. The following people were re- cent visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Oliver Ikenberry: Miss Jane Ikenberry from Ohio State University at Columbus, Ohio; Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Ikenberry, Steven and David from Margan- town; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wade of Manassas Virginia; Dr. and Mrs. Homer Life from New Castle Indiana; Mrs. Orin Prather from~ Alexandria, Virginia; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ikenberry and children Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Maddex Jr. spent the New Year's Holidays with Mrs. R. N. Maddex. They are from Washington, D. C. Spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Egle were Dr. and I III A good start can save lots of bumps We specialize in giving our policyholders any help they need in choosing insuranco for their home.., car... business. We'll be glad to give you a complete property fmsurance checkup. Call tm .. today. PHONE 725-2211 L II Illl ANOTHER MEMORIAL .GIFT. The Citizen's Fire Company of Charles Town has recezved an. other gift as a memorial to the late Miss Elsie Murphy, it was announced this week. The latest memorial gift came from Mr& Minerva King Patch, 2801 Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi, Texas THURSDAY, JA2 UARY 13, 1966 "America Is A Better America-Thanks To Advertlslncj" --- For Everything You Buy --- A Reliable Shopping Guide The only way we could make a Catalina look even better would beto show you its price tag. 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