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= : - - . - - ~ James and Mrs. Elsie Maye of Her funeral was held at the Mur- ! , J. Lee Williams, pastor of the i Pannell, Elk Mills, Md.; three I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S tm~ALm Charles Town. rill tIill Methodist Church Satur-i [ Charles Town Asbury Methodist [ brothers. Michael Cotta and Dom [ q~ITD~r~AV AOD;T 9~ 1Qgr. ~H3UH Mr. BIll B~tz and two frmnds day afternoon, very largely attend [ htlrch, ofhclated. Burial was ]]mc Cotta, Ranson; Stanley Cotta, ] all of Alexandria, Va., spent the ed and there were many flowers.. ]made in the Murriel Hill Church]Martinsburg; and a half brother,[ ...... ...... weekend with his mother Mrs. Funeral services were conducted [yard. ]Gilbert E. Bagent of Martinsburg.].~unaay,.iv.lay ~, at 9:30 a. m. Tne rAlln}U H~C}Ar|~] mrs. rloyo ~lmons Louise Bentz and attended the by the Rev. J. Leb Williams and I Bearers were: Elmer Dillow,I Itopm ot ms msson WUl De 'ls~vvm,.$ ,.~,.v.,,.w , ~~~.*,~.~ races Saturday night. It was the The Rev. Kelchner a former 7th ]Lester Dillow, Robert Penwell,/h~ Q~n|~m|n UAh~l|nn ]God Dead. ]_ _ .. _ .. .i: ......... " .....first time for his friends to visit Day Adventist minister of this [ Charles Cooper, Thomas Viands} el, UWII)DIIIIII IVl~ll/llll~ ] Church School cla~se.~ for all] 0Cle|V TO Mee| A| Mr. an.a mrs...~.ougms uwens Charles Town. town. [ [ and George Milton. / ........ . _ I ages are avaiiame, at mis ume. I " ' ana tamny_ot winchester, va. Sunday guests of Mrs, Louise Little Eugene Candam son of] MRS. MARY COTTA DILLOW | The deceased was born in Mili-[ [N lpach Mpthndlct I The Rev. Lee Williams will be in]~ o ~ . ,, at r W i ' WI is ......................... , spent S u: day e . ti;iig . th h. Bentz were Mr. and Mrs. Rmhard Rev. and Mrs. David Candam ell Funeral services Were held Sat[ wile, July 8, 1929, a daughter of] ] cbar.ge of the 11 o clock Worship ~ ~l~lC emer May 0 sister ana. oromer-m-iaw, ~r...ano ~ Stickles and three children of Shenandoah Junction has been al urda- at 2 n m from the Murriel| the late Mike and Margaret Bag-| D.,.*IJ,.. t'l___ '.._J_.. | Service. The cHurcH invites you[ Mrs. t, ewis Jenmns aria mmuy. [ Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. very sick little boy in the Charles l HiP "M~thodist "Chur-~" M* Miss | en[ Cotta. She had been employed| DUIIU~[~ L, la~ ~UHUd~ | to come ano worsHip. ] Members of the Jefferst~ mrs. ~naries t;os~euo, sirs. i Garnet Bentz, Mr and Mrs. Bobby Town Hospital, but is on the road[ ~ _ ~", ~ . /at the Victor Products Company[ ..... ] Tuesday at 6 p. m., all Circles| nty Historical Society wi] Francis Pifer and daughter spentI Slusher, Miss Judy Bryant, Mrs. to recovery at this ~vfiting. ~ ion section of Jefferson county,| plant in Hagerstown, Md., and] /Jr: penjamin P. lwenriing,/will meet in Fellowship Hall for l ............. "~nurs~.ay, with ~rs. wooarowljoann Penwell and three children Mrs Ne- Mead~ -f Arlin~on ,~ ~or lvirs, lviary Angeiina t:otta| she was a member of the MurrieI| assis[ant protessor of Speech, nel-| their annual covered dish supper [ trm~r ~prmg mee.ung ~ U! ~qusn m lwmuieway. [Brenda Littleon and Darlene Red Va ~ont "~h~ ,~eekend wffh~'~r Dillow, 36, wife of William L.| Hill Methodist Church. [ igion and Philosophy at Shepherd[ At this time Circles membership[ erson t~ounty C~vm t~em .......... an r hitti n .................... II " 'n Mrs. Wanda Ring an~ daughter[ man d Mrs. Ea 1 W ngto . [daughter Mrs Phyllis Kilmer [ DI ow, 110 S. Lawrence street,[ Survivin~ in addition to her[ College, will be the speaker of[ will be announced for 1966-67, and[ East Washington street of Middleway spent Wednesday|Sympathy Extended [ G]'ad to see" Mrs. Merle Martini Charles Town, who died Wednes-| husband, at the home are two| the Builders Bible Class at[ the new slate of officers for the| les Town, Friday, May 6 at with her sister, l~Irs. Gladys Pul-| I want to extend my sympathy!out again, who has been sick f0rl day in Baltimore, Md., following| sisters - Mrs. Katherine Nichols,| Asbury Methodist Church, corner| Womans Society of Christian Ser| it was announced this we~ se also Mrs. CharIes Jo~aes of [ tO Mr. Willi~ Dillow and the Cotta some time. Wish fei' a si3eedy re I an illness of 11 months. The Rev.[ Steel Pond, Md.; and Mrs Louise] of N. Charles and North Street,| vice will take office. ] public is invited to attend. Middleway was a caller. I family in the death of Mrs. Mary covery. ] .. ~ ~~ Callers at ~he ho~e of Mrs. | Ann (Cotta) Dillow, she passed t Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs l ,, m ghter of Inwood, MrS Florence / nesday after ll-months illness Helen Bu d and Bertha simons ] ~ii~i~'~i~ii~i~iii~!~i~i!ii~i~i!~i~:~!i!iiiiii~i~k~:~!~::~ii~ii~i~i~:~:~i~i~ii~::~!iiii~:~:i~ii~i~i~ii~!iii!?i!iii~:i~iii~i!~!~i::ii~:~ii:~i~i~:~i~:~i~!i~i~i:~i~//~i!i~i!:::~~~`~---~ " ' ~. -- 1[ ~ ~i:i:!i:::~.~:::!:i::~.::i:i~il :i ,: , ~..,:~ ; .... , ~, .,~" ~"'------... ~"---'---'=[ wishing Mrs. Brown a "Happy/ ................. i::::: ............ Birthday "~*~: :*~::::::*~ .... " ..... : .......... *"*:""::~::::: ...... ~ ...... :*~:::':~::~::::*~::":::~:~:~::~ ..... ~Io ~:": ~ .............. ~ .~r~I " .... "'::~ :::~:::~:~:~:~:' .... 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Jenk- Let~ stop arid think about the word witnesg, not necessarily ill a,ins,' Charles 2"own, April 19, a ~ I , T T religious sense, hut from an earthly view of human reaction. All of boy. I I "1 ! I W I us ~vltnoss things every day. We see varying circumstances, situatinsl Mr. and Mrs Alfred H John- I Ir/, 'W I ~ Ill,[ ./J! i,| /,I] 1 II,/,! i,! I, and ~tttitudes all around u~ both good and bad. son, Jr., Millvilie, April 19~ a girl. " II 7 .I I "-t ~, ,.~,] ,,.,- ~,~., ~N. ,~ As we witness these things about other people, wouldn't it be a good KMFn:y:viMers'ARpi~e~2,Ca Mgr~re' ~t~~~I~, ,I A [ t I I I I 1MI =r P E I L1 idea for Us to ponder What other people see or witness in us? Each M - . " i I ILl / / ii 1 U r. and Mrs. Josevh L. Pen- ,~~~:::::,-z~ , ~&~,,.1~'~z~t | ~ ~,,w,~ mmm==~r"~mmm,mm mm lmmmmmm IFll~r'llmmllW of Us individually sets a standard of behavior, thought and expression well, Harpers .Ferry, April 21, a I I ...... -. linked te mtrseives. In doi.g sb, we naturdlly pr~fde a seette Or boy. ] J It cletect,ve w,th,n I year, free replacement in th|s storel knowledge for others to witne~. The things we do and the things we i ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ashbaugh, of ][~~~ i ~!~l~~~[~]l~ I ~ say ~ad~ ~opl~ ~|k dl~eilt us favorably or gossip about us un.iHl~pers Ferry, April '23, a girl. [~t~~j~ I ~,~l~~~.~~ I ~ [ t~tvorabl~ I . ~lr. ahd Mrs. harry WalKer, o~ I1~~~1t~ I ~l[IL*:~Ait~tc~t~ 1 ~3~~:.:i:?:!:~ 1 " : |Charl~s Town, April 24, a girl. I I ./ I I ....... ....... , We create our own imam, gOOd or bad. We control e aes ' ] " SURGICAL ~~ ] [ ~~]~ i ~~~ I ,, ~. J, of our im~g~ ih the, minds arid thoughts of others. When we can bol Mrs Josephine V Brown, Char- ~~ | ~f~~ | ~~~ I ~_'~~ CENTER PIECES rightfully proud of what others witness in US, we g~ln an inner glad~[ les Town; Mrs. Anna L. Howell ~!~ I I ~~~ I iless that automatically portrays a better, more likeable linage. , Harpers Ferry, Rte. 2; Maste ! " : -4~.:-~.L:-,'~. ~f~~v CHARLES J. W. SMITH, SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME ~a)s eC:?le:~; ~rArgab~te~ ~" ~~1 I ~~|l~i I ~':" I ~ ~~ CHARLES TOWN, WEST ViltGINIA Ki~l~er, Charles To~n; Mr Ro3 I I I ~-=~ .... ....... I j Lipscomb, BrUnSwick, Md i Mrs I I Jr I -%=' .*/'~':'~:'.~-i ~t, ==- ...... : ..... ' * ~ :" ' ' "' ' :: '.' " ~ :~Nancy W. Bush, Charles Towni ........... ' ~~I[]:[|t~] " ~ ~ ~ I ./D .~:-~. . Lush pink poly carna- ...... ., .... -_..... i Mr. Stephen P O'Bt~en, Charles ~~ I I I " - -- " =. - ~t ~ tmns, forget me nots RI I ' It T UU' L1)DII/ITIU_N UIc l'ToWn; Mr.-CIetus H. Atkins, of ] I I " " o ~ , ~ ........... I Charles Town; Mr. Charles W. I . ,, I DOMED-LID SKILLET I ~.~~e~," ferns " flat ceramic Dg/IM gg IHiltllf ttl: leHADI TfiWM I custer, Charles Town. KODEL -COTTON i DAN RIVER I I /iw% m Im mJ l lHkl111% V1 lll4&ll /ll~l~ll [ .... MEDICAL, ... DUSTERS WITH I COTTON' GINGHAM I Lady Suzan buffet skillet,deep enough I " dishes, footed corn- of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, 25414, atI . Mrs. E~telIe E. Upwright, of DAINTY TRIMS J PLAID DUSTERS I for. sma!l roasts,., chickens,, etc. Heat i ' ~ . control real Famuy s~ze ~ po~es the dose of business April 5, 1966, a state banking institution Kearneysrville Mrs. Katherine V. ] i .... i " organized and operating under the banking laws Of this State Dawson. Kearn~j~svi!le; Mr. M el- Ill I == I ,, I nyoer, anson, mrs and a member of the Federal Reserve System Published in . . - , , I tit| ..... 1 -e" the ta'e B kin Author via F Hardy, Charles Town; only @11 I only I F UU m accoroance w~n a cm maa Dy ~ ~. g - " , ities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. BMtb.;Y r.m .hYar e: l.t'TKunneXrV, fllc For the sweet feminine I I __ - E T S ~Kearneysville, Mr~ Junyaetta R. look! Dainty dusters I Wrinkle-Shedcottons I ~ ~' Jackson, Harpers Ferry, Rte. ; frosted with lace andI loaded with easy-care | __~ ~[~ - ~~ " Cash, balances with other banks, and Mr, Frank A. Miglio, Brunswick, ~ich embroiaer- on ] features Go- multi i ~ ,~. ~" ~..-.~,~,.. - ~li~~,. cash items in process of collection , ......... 653,892.57 Md.; Mr. Earl B. ~b'ittshire, Char- collars :ckets I color laids~in cute I ~l~" ~ i[~~ ~~ ~,,~,~a ~o~ /i;,wrnment obli ,ations. ' lea Town; Little David E. Camden, ' P ' | P i ~ ]l ~~l ~ .,z~~/ "~"2Y-'~.,'~'T,~ "?,~ " - ~:~ ~ ' ..... -,~ ,,~ Shenandoah Jtt~dtion;~Little Rick- . sleeves. C~re-free / styles with gros-grain I -" - ~=: : -- * R .J a,ree~ arm aran eed .............. . ..... ,o,~,o~o.oo . in i ar F " ' Kod 1@ t i " '~ " : ........ "-" ey A. R old, H pers err,y, e ly ter-co ; r bbon trims, enor- Ob ig ttiO" of States arid po|itlcal, i IbdiVmlons 2 l,568.95,Mrs Sadfe K Moore' Shenandoah .,_ ....... ] ......... i 1 ec,,rities of Federal - ncieS and Co ,orat0ns C=" ". .. ..... ,, . _ . ran. rms~em. ~u ~o ~o. I mous pocKe~S,XV m ~V, I - ~~l ~ ~~~:iI~ o ~t ,-~,- ~ -v ......... ~Junction; miss ~esste M. Hann, / I ~~-:--~~ ~-. _- ~~~t~i~ not guaranteed by Unit States ............. ; U%evu.uv Brunswiek, Md:; .Mr. J. Edgar ........,,,,, ........ m Other secti'l"ities* (irieluding $I0, 9.09 : ' Day, :Shepl~rdstown; Baby~ Lov- ' m ~ m~~ ,~~~ r$tt~ 8rOOkS} , 10,500 00 etta R Jones, Shenandoah Junct- | ~~ ~~~ Federal fflhds sold . . 50,000.00 ran; Mrs. J uha B, Nmhols, Char- ~,.~....,..... | Other loans and discounts" ".'.'.'.'.'..'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 2,861,363.22 lea Town~ Rte. 1; Mr: Marshal C. ] ........... ' ...... . Stickles, ~earneysviue~ ~r. ~ohn Bank premises, furniture and fmture , and ............ NEW SLEEKER i ........... 40 1 2 warm; i earneysvme; mrs. AJ.... r pri ,entlng bbnk premmes ][ ama J. Wi ie, Brunswick, Md.; SHE[[[ NYLONS I "" ............................ CA. TOTAL ASSETS ........................ 4,914,821.04 Charles Town; I aby Robert G. pii[e SHARPENER COMBO BREWS 1 0 CUPS , AND DRY IRON ' r ' ] '' " ' " ~ - Deck, Cliarles Town; Mrs. Ida R. L I A B I L I T i E S Whittington, Ranson; Mr, Nor- man D. Greenfield, ~runswick, Demand deposits of btdividuals, pm erships Md.; Mrs. Mary C. Everhart, Char- and eorp0r tRms ........................ 1,670,896.64 les Town and Mr. Clarence W. Time aiid s tvi depositS of individual , Payton of Kearney~ville. corp0 tio. , and partnerships ............ 2,212,107.84 I Deposi of nik d St ates Government ........ 43,506.9( [ ............ Deposits o:f State and political sub livisimm 42,8(}7,03[m orr. Certified and officei s' Cheeks, etc ............ 20,698.07 [iEthical Pharmacistsi TOTAL DEPOSITS . (items 18.to 19j $4,3 /0,076.48 ' li ,o, ! (a) Total demand deposits ...... $2,157,968.64 I1 i (b) Total time & savings depe it $ ,B12,107.84 tl I TAL LIABILITIES ........... , ........ 4,370,07 .48)I pre ..elPl tt:: I (c) common stock--total par value .......... 100,000-00 I -L' o, m No. shank9 authorized 4,000 I pnarmaey ean provme, I No, hares mtstanding 4,000 Surplu ...... . ............................ 250,000.00 Undiwded profits ........ . .................. 179,63 .68 Rbserve for contingencies and other capital res t-es .......................... 15.110.88 C PI'PAL A(X3OUNT8 ............544,744. 6 LIABILITIES ..... -AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT .............. 4,914,821.04 MEMORANDA for the 15 calendar ............... 4,266,819.89 the 15 calendar ........... 2,719,669:68 "Assets" are after re erve of .......... 14,276.33 and G. L. Shumaker, Cash* do hereby declare that this re- port of eo itioi tPa{} to the best our my knowledge aad belief, C. MANNING SMI Presi nt G, L. SHUMAKER Cashier For Clean And t Use Tflple.Refln d .And For Prompl Deliver) CALL .... Dt RmU'rOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. we, the unde igned attest the eorreetne this report of condition declare that it been examined by us and to. the of bdr knoWledge ahd belief is true edit, ,:* . JOHN N. NEWCOMER TURNER A, RAMEY Dii tors RiSBY T. FIERY Phone 725-2215 StaL, d WeSt ii inl County of Jeff as: 19 l zorn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of April "1 I . . W. AY, Ile lhe rpiril, c te Seamless sheers with a soft matte finish'.that resist snags, flatter your. legs like make- ~p! Fit like stretch types. Spring hues. Petite, average, tall, sises to 11, SUMMER BAGS! HIGHLIGHTING ALL THE NEWS! onl Fashion-terrific selec- tion at a bargain price! Casual, sport and dressy types. Totes, frame b~gs~ top Iron- dle styles. Straws, vinyls, novelty fabrics. Sttmmer colors. ROg. 13.88 Our Lady Suzan can opener, knife sharp= crier. Chrome piercing lever, stainless knife guide. ELECTRIC KNIFE WITH HANDY WALL RACK Our Lady Suzan brand. Does a profess- ional slicing job. Hollow ground stain- less steel blades. Convenient matching poly wall rack. REG. 15.99 Our Lady Suzan with selector for strength you prefer. Chrome with indicator light. only Our Lady Suzan uses regular tap water. "Temp-O-Guide" fab- .ric dial, 17 vents, Chrome/white. CONVENIENT FAMILY SIZE CHROME 4-SLICE TOASTER No waiting-toasts 4 slices at one time. Lady Suzan chrome model with easy- to-clean crumb tray. Color selector for light to dark shades. TODDLER BOYS-GIRLS REGULARLY 1.00 TODDLER BOY BOYS I )NG SLEEVE REGULARLY 1.99 MADRAS ,,, i GIRLS COTTON REGULARLY 3.99 L)kDIES sPRING REGULARLY5.99 REGULARLY 8.99 I REffI: BL I:)U, REGULARLY 1.87 . REGULARLY 8.00 J (i