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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1978 13 Pi!OPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY /! Home On Garden Tour Here Annual House and  Area "Fernwoed", "Berg Haus" dates have been and "Brendon". by the Chairman, The Everhart Home and Lee Morgan for and Sunday, April 29 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. your own car and row signs, will take you historic Counties Panhandle of to 20 points of Garden, located in Kear- neysville, next to the Presbyterian Church at in- tersection of Routes 9 and 48, is shown above. This mid-Victorian house was remodeled in 1970, and should be of particular interest to those wishing to adapt a building of this period to present-day needs and enjoyment. boxwood. Fruit trees, or- namentals, evergreens and deciduous trees and shrubs set off the spring floral display. For detailed information or a guidebook with map write Tour, P.O. Box 40, Shepherdstown, W. Va. 25443. Please include 35 cents to cover cost of handling and mailing the guidebook. A flyer is available free. Tickets will be on sale at all Houses on Tour. 'the first time are ', Bunker Hill; Hedgesville; Manor Farm", Home and "York mdoah Junction; Shepherdstown; Shannondale 3RD ALL BREEDS BEEF CATTLE AND MACHINERY SALE ROUT'S INDIAN RIVER FARM Rd., 2 miles North of Walkersvtlle, Md. Furnishings are mainly family Sets Monthly pieces, together with paintings, Victorian prints, glass era. and china of the Meet on April 27 Informal plantings feature 75 varieties of daffedfls, together Chapter 180, of the National with a wide range of perennials Association of Retired Federal and biennials typical of Colonial Employees, will hold its monthly gardens. Strawberry plans serve breakfast at the War Memorial as ground cover around English Building on Thursday, April 27, at 9 a.m. Charles S. Toan, vice- president of National Fruit Products Company and well- known civic leader, will be the speaker. All area federal employees are invited to attend the meeting with further information available by calling Mrs. Mary Babbitt at 955-1545. C SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1978 OMMERCIAL & PUREBRED BEEF CATTLE 150 Featuring: --rYlund BCIA Performance-tested Bulls 9 Angus -- 6 Simmentals u. of Md. in cooperation with the s Association. Off 140 day test on 1978. Complete Performance Recor- Health--Top Quality. Also Selling: Polled Hereford cows with calves at side; Polled Hereford bred heifers and cows; Polled Hereford open heifers; 3 Purebred breeding age bulls, 5 Purebred Polled dings bulls. offering includes commercial cows with Cows and heifers, open heifers, and ANGUS AND HEREFORDS. /ATTLE SELL AT 1:00 P.M. HINERY SELLS AT 9:30 A.M. FARM EQUIPMENT "Centennial Model" diesel tractor (just Oliver 1600 diesel wide axle tractor, tility gas tractor, Int. 560 FH gas tractor, Ford 4000 gas tractor, M.M. manure Wide front bucket, Fox 2000 (late '74 JSter with 2 row corn head and pick-up blower, Lomco self-unloading wagon, ding wagon, N.H. 271 baler with bale bale wagons, Int. 990 haybine, ,ine, M.F. hay rake, Int. 13X7 drop bat- Oliver 4 row no till corn planter, N.I. spreader with tailgate. TOOLS g EQUIPMENT BOUMotic vacum milker pump, portable rack, water troughs, creep feeders, carts, creosote poles, fence posts, lot tools, pneumatic grease gun like-new wrenches, hammers, etc. COMBINE WITH ENGINE, MODEL 335 CORN 13' GRAIN TABLE td equipment consignments will be 19th on day of sale. Not responsible and catalog, call or write: IUT AUCTIONEERS, INC. rt St., Frederick, Md. 21701 301 - 663 - 1555 COL. MORRIS FANNON, Auctioneer III37 COL. JAMES G.TROUT, Auctioneer LEASE & WACHTER, Clerks Computer search uncovers welfare cheaters. Cub Scout Pack 82 Holds Its Blue and Gold Banquet The Harpers Ferry Cub Scout Pack 83 held its Blue and Gold Banquet at C. W. Shipley School on Wednesday, April 5. It was well attended by scouts and their families. The tables were appropriately decorated in colors of Blue and Gold. Each Cub Scout had previously made place setting arrangements, place cards and flowers for his family. The banquet officially began with Cubmaster Richard Michael welcoming everyone. The Invocation was then given by Evangelist Thomas M. Dillow. Everyone enjoyed a bountiful covered dish supper. Dessert consisted of five different cakes cleverly decorated in Blue and Gold with the top of each cake displaying emblems of the various ranks of Cub Scouting. The cakes were baked and decorated by Den Mother Mary Reed. Following dinner, the Webelos presented the colors and led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. "This is Cub Scouting", was given by several parents. Mrs. Lucy Meuse led everyone in the "Blue and Gold Marching Song". Cubmaster Michael in- traduced the special guests for the evening, and expressed thanks to them respectively: Mr. Cedric Sullivan, Principal of Shipley, for the use of the school for Pack meetings; Mr. David Karracker, President of the Shipley PTA, for the PTA sponsoring the Cub Scout Pack 83 and presented him with the Charter for the year, and Mr. Willard Lynch, Unit Com- missioner of the Potomac District Boy Scouts. Mrs. Mary Reed presented appreciation certificates to: R. J. James for being Den Chief for Den I; Donna Hubbard for serving as treasurer for the Pack; Gall James for organizing refreshments for the pack meetings; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rasey for providing a Club House for Den 3 and the Webelos to meet in; Mrs. Mary Rutherford for preparing the programs for the banquet and other various typing for the Pack; Mrs. Carolyn Moler for writing the Pack meeting news and sending it to the local paper, and Willard Lynch for his faith- ful support and work. Dens 2 and 3 presented a skit spelling out the letters and meaning of Blue and Gold. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer and son Brad, won a balloon game. Richard Russell, Webelos leader led a ceremony of achievement awards after which Mary Reed presented the following: R. J. James, Den Chief 1 year pin; Paul Greene, 1 year pin; Pat James, 2 year pin; Roger Tedder, Wolf badge and Gold Arrow; Ralph Moler, Gold Arrow; Tad Meuse, Bear Badge and Gold Arrow. Cub Scouts, Pat James and Tad Meuse entered into Webelos. A poem, "This Old Flag" was read by Tad Meuse. Cubmaster Michael announced that the pack received a ribbon for 100 percent participation in Boys Life. The meeting was closed by singing "America the Beautiful". The next Pack meeting will he May 31 at 7:30 p.m., with the theme being "Circus". NOTICE! Effective M0y 1, Our 0ffice And Our Plant Will Be Closed All-Day On SATURDAY The New Office Hours Will Be: 9 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thin Friday Plant Hours: 7:30 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thin Friday Also Our One Percent (I %) Discount Allowance will be carried over until Monday if the deadline Jails on Satur- day. COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. TELEPHONE: 725- 7021 APRIL 20 - ST Brenda Moler, Ranson. Myrtle Boyd, Kearneysville. John Engle, Kearneysville. Patricia Peer, Harpers Ferry. Hazel Myers, Shenandoah Junction. Pauline Day, Charles Town. Jessie Bauer, Ranson. Clara Rissler, Ranson. Bertha Albert, Kearneysville. Ethel Virts, Ranson. Stella Eppard, Harpers Ferry. Mac Anderson, Ranson. Edgar Hinton, Summit Point. Bartlett Dunlap, Romney, W. Va. Brenda Dailey, Charles Town. Kimberly Hough, Charles Town. Elsie Hoffmaster, Ranson. James Nicholson, Kear- neysville. Virginia Keys, Charles Town. Kimberly Burbaker, Charles Town. Yuemeka Curry, Summit Point. James Thorton, Harpers Ferry. Margie Valeo, Halltown. Terri Howell, Berryville, Va. Marvin Stump, Charles Town. John Grady, Harpers Ferry. David McAboy, Halltown. Mildred McKee, Ranson. Deloris Parrish, Kear- neysville. Ramona Shaft, Kearneysville. Frank Ronemus, Millville. Patricia Huff, Kearneysville. Doris Brown, Charles Town. Timothy Penwell, Harpers Ferry. Sherry Ott, Charles Town. Ellen Viands, Charles Town. Betty Rickard, Millville. Margaret Breeden, Charles Town. HOSPITAL NOTES Shirley Grove, Harpers Ferry. Kenneth Morrison, Harpers Ferry. Betty Haislip, Shenandoah Junction. Dorothy Thomas, Kear- neysville. *Violet, Sarrai Charles Town. Calvin White, Ranson. Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital April 3 through April 9 included: William St. Clair, Charles Town. Gladys Myers, Ranson. Joyce Rudolph, Summit Point. Lucille McCanuel, Charles Town. Lester Morgan, Charles Town. Robert Fritts, Harpers Ferry. Mary Zombro, Charles Town. Mary Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry. Edward Jones,, Ranson. Paul Lytle, Charles Town. II I BARN BOOT For active farmers: Rugged, barnyard acid resistant uppers for extra-long wear on hardworking feet. Come try on a pair. ' SOUTHERN-STATES  CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II F0wer uu t0 m0w blg wlm new m-h9 Mm LTi)-500. Rugged new vibration-free, synchro- balarced engine Dowers the tractor- tough LTD-500 Gear drve system s toughest oe " Qonq so slfong t ' t)3cked t)v a two year limited warranty Maintain fngertip control with mstanbresponse automotwe- type gear reduchon steering Choose 30" or 36" model wHh glide-flex mower achon that clips cleanly, eveny-wthout scarping i i VALLEY HARDWARE CO. PHONE: 725 - S113 --.CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. I iiiiii i ii iI i CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S HOW TO GET THE RIGHT DRESSERS & CHESTS One of the main complaints that many women voice is that their bedroom dressers and chests are not RAMEY adequate. Actually, many dressers and chests are failures on two counts. They d't provide the best kind of storage and they're not as nice to look at as they might be. But now it's more possible to get the right dressers and chests with your bed because there's more exciting variety. You can get ensembles with single to double to triple dressers with all different kinds of combinations of drawers and doors to fR your needs, and you can go from bachelor chests to 4- drawer chests, 5-drawer chests, chests-on-chests, etc. You can also consider either single mirrors or twin mirrors over your dressers. And just as important as the basic functions of dressers, mirrors and chests, is the charm and style they bring to your bedroom. There's a wonderful selection now, not only to fit your budget, but also your sense of good taste: If you're among the many who are dissatisfied with your bedroom, perhaps you'd like to stop in and look around here. ff you're not ready to buy yet, that's all right too. You're always welcome to browse and get ideas here whether you buy or not. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W.Va. Copyrht Charles Curry, Summit Point. [ hold its regular monthly meeting BIRTHS Ion Wednesday, April 26, at 4 Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrick,[ p.m. in the Board Room at the Kearneysville, a daughter horn] Jefferson County Board of April 4. I Education offices. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goode, Inwood, a daughter born April 8. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Short, Woodbridge, Va., a son born April 7. ESM Advisory Meet The ESAA (Emergency School Aid Act) Advisory Council will Representatives from the South Jefferson reading program will attend the meeting to discuss the project as it operates at their school. All members are urged to attend and the public is invited. Canada orders I1 Soviet diplomats expelled. If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us MAGAHA, Inc. Specializing in Commercial & Industdal i Wiring & Servi'ce Stocking many Brands Names ef: k Electrical Devices & equipment Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater elements & Electric Heaters '. . And Many Popular Types & Sizes of Wire Dial 725. 5576 MAGAHA, Inc. North George' St, - Ranson, W. Va. i i i illl CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION of PEOPLES BANK OF CHARLES TOWN of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business March 31, 1978, 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 Oolior Amounts in ThtsBnds -- at|..MIt..Thmt. Cash and due from banks 1,470 U.S. Treasury securities 1,048 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 275 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 2,697 Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices 200 a. Loans, Total 13,277 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 72 c. Loans, net 13,205 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 278 Other assets 2 TOTAL ASSETS 19,294 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4,574 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 12,178 Deposits of United States Government 37 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 766 Certified and officers' checks 77 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICERS 17,632 a. Total demand deposits 5,054 b. Total time and savings deposits 12,578 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES 17,632 Other liabilities 197 TOTAL LIABILITIES 17,829 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a, No. shares authorized Zl,O00 b. No. shares outstanding 22,000 (par value) 220 Surplus Undivided profits 798 Reserve or contingencies and other capital reserves 47 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 1,405 TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY CAPITAL 19,294 MEMORANDA Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with report date: a. Cash and due from banks 1,220 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 947 c. Total loans 12,485 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices 400 e. Total deposits in domestic and foreig offices 17,739 Time deposits of $I00,000 or more in domestic offices outstanding as of report date: a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more 400 I, John H. K Christrnan, Exec. Vice Pres. & Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. John H. K. Christman We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it Ires been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belie is true and correct. Roger J. Perry Rnger R. Ramey Directors James McKinley Davis State of West Virginia, Ceunty of Jeffers,ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of April, 1978. Mary F. Chfis Notary Public My co expires January 13, 1985.