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laycees Will Sponsor Next Bloodmobile Visit The Jefferson County Jaycees xv:ill sponsor the Apritl Bloodmo- bile, here in Charles Town, on Thursday, April 25, 1968. Chair- man fro" this worthwhile project will be Lou Athey, and all eligible donors are asked to donate a pint of live-saving blood. The Jaycees will again sponsor a soft,hall team in the City soft- bail league, with Jaycee Gary Kat zaman, as tile team manager. At lhe Jaycee Teenage dance held 0n March 23, at Shenandoah Downs, the Jaycees honored the Charles Town Varsity basketball team, and the Charles Town Var- sity cheerleaders, with tree ad- Illission: On Al:ril 8th, the Jaycees will elect their new slate of officers i~r next year, and the nominees ~tFe; For President - Paul Manzuk and Joseph Christian, Jr.; inter- nal vice-Sresident, Don Wean and I.ee Steeley; external vice-presi- denl, Lou Athey, and Tom Specht for secretary, Rufus Park, for .treasurer. Stewart Wha~Ion, Otho Bloom, Jr. and for the Board of directors, Ron Evans, I.lye Tabb III, and Donald Clendening. The Jaycees accepted three new members at their last. meet ing. They were Lar~r Kelly, Gary Katzaman, Robert Funkhouser. Staggers, Douglas To Attend "Candidates Night" Supper April 17 P 1 a n s for the "Candidates be obtained at the Court ttouse from Sheriff W. W. Whittington, and from the Assessor's office. Two County Men Being Held For Grand Jury J chairman William W. Whitting- ton, reported several state and c(mgressional candidates had ac- cepted invitations to be present. Congressman Itarley: O. Stag- gers, seeking re-election from this Second Congressional District and l Court:, South of Charles Town,[ are being held in the Jefferson! County jail in Charles Town in lieu of the $2,000 bond set by Justice of the Peace Merle Alger following a preliminary hearing on charges of breaking and ent- Gus Douglas, seeking re-election ering and stealing tools and light i $500 hond set by ,lud~,e. AL,(r. Cart M /s 1 [Representing Blakeley Bank At Bank Seminar Carl W. Merchant, Vice Presi- dent anti assistant Trust Officer, at the Blakelcy Bank & Trtlst Company Ranson left Sumhly March 24, to aLtend the annual seminar being held at the Fed- eral Reserve Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Virgmia March 25-26. This is an annual seminar attend ed by repre.~;entatives from all member banks of the Fifth Fed- eral Reserve District. as Commissioner of Agriculture fixtures. At the hearing both Post Will Meet for the state, are among those waived to the action of the Jeff- ,~y,0n who will definitely attend the af-I erson County grand jury. fair. Whittington said all candi-[ The pair were arrested by Char- April 4 To Discuss dates for state offices have beenI les Town State Trooper Tony I invited as well as candidateg fori Divita for the breaking and enter- county offi(,es. !rag at the unoccupied dwelling C0ntine Lunch Program Refreshments will be served at I of Donald S. Eby, Route 1, Charles the conclusion of the meeting by the Shepherdstown Democrats. Tickets will be sold for this event on Friday and Saturday of this week, in the downtown area of Charles Town, and the Hill- Dale Shopping Center, and from lhe following persons: Shirley Ma-i coughtry, Stewart Crim, Mary Tablet, Roy Stroup, John Ott, Mrs. Benny Cameron, Ernest Wat- son, Lyle Tabb and all members of the Demoeratic Assoc. In the Charles Town area tickets may Town, sometime during the day- light hours of March 17. They allegedly took tools and light fixtures valued at $101.85 from the dwelling. And in connection with the same case, Nettle Ellen McDan- iels, also of Wheeler's Trailer Court, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen goods. She also u as, given a preliminm3, hearing before Justice of the Peace Merle Alger and she waived to action of the grand jury. She] Jackson-Perks Post 71, The American Legion will hold its r ~gular month,ly meeling Thurs- day, April 4th at 8:00 P. M. at the Post Itome on West Washing-ton Street. Topic of the meeting will be the feasibility of continuing the lunch program now in effect at tile post home. All members are urged to at,tend t~) give their views on the subject. ATTEND CIIURCH , m Y II p= m= I Come to White's Market for a Money Sweepstakes registration card any day except Sat- urday. Card must be validated each week at WHITE'S MARKET. But if you miss a week or more, you can still qualify for the current week, any day EXCEPT the day oi the draW- ing. You MUST personally present your own card for qualification. m You must be 18 years or older and must identify yourself. Entry card cannot be transferred or changed in any way. Drawings will be held every Saturday night at 7 : 00 p. m rain or shine. Winners do not have to be present to win. It the award reaches $500, a second con- test will be started and two names will be announced each week, one for each contest, until awards are co cted. m t WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR ALL CUSTOMERS , YOUR FI21ENDLM HOME-OWNED MARKET U. S. D. A. CHOICE :'s C F F 2. pkg 2 ~ pkg 2 .~pkg 2 ~ bag gal 50~ bag 89~ J OZ J OZ : J OZ : J OZ 3 ~ can OZ OZ C i!i J