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May 9, 1974

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NOTICE kbeahTte Jefferson County Court designates the following ions as polling places for the Primary Election to eld on May 14th, 1974. The polls will open at 6:30 A. M., D. S. T. and close :30 P. M., D. S. T. Charles %wn District -- Precinct No. l - Citizens Engine House 2- Wright Denney Elementary School (Old Junior High) 3- Charles Town Baptist Church - (Fellowship Hall) 4 - Court House 6- Old Ranson School 7- New Ranson School Harpers Ferry District -- PrednctNo. 12-Shenandoah Junction Ruritan club (Old School) ASS 01: 1904 E M F-l:" 'q Preparations Being Made For Meeting Shepherd Alumni Groups 'iss Loyal Elite" Will Be Crowned At Ball Set For May 25 Wih Spring upon us sn': there somewhere special .tha you wished you could go and truly enjoy yourself? Well now is the ,time  plan ahead, cam ing Sxturday, :May 25, e "Loyal Eltes" (a social and Scholarship Chrb) of Harpers Ferry have planned just tlt special gbt for you m the form of a Corormtion Ball. The higl,iit of the evening will begn at 10 p. m. wg the crowning off "Miss Loyal Elite" aterwaxd tape "ring off into *he wee hours off the momin,g wih the enjoyment off dancing to music by a local WinChester the dub', sehelrsNp und. SPIRIT Of JII0N Farmeffs ADVOCATE 9 Officers of the Club are as THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 follows: Shirley Primus, President; Robin Morgan, Donna aden, GOP WOMEN TO HOLD Diana Berry, Vice President; Kathy Painter, Jeanne Penw.l BAKE SALE MAY 18 Augusta Wilson, Secrery; Ora Christine Shumaker, Robin The Jefferson County Repub Wright, Corresponding .%cre- Smoot, Km Snyder, Teri Socc- ,],ican Women will hold a food ry; Geraldine Scott; Teasur- . er; V, ir-ria Taykn', Parliamen too, Viv,ian Sprigg, .Delom and plar)t sale at Stuck and arian; Laural Payton, Chaplin Staubs, Cindy Stowers, Carol Algex's on Saturday, ay 18th, and Ati'eve Branson. 'Iarmon, Dobomh TauRon, ,Ki'm begimling at 9:30 A. M. A and 34 ftarpers Ferry Jr. High Girls T0 Vie In Charm Revue 13 C. W. Shioley Graded School Preparations are being made and Shepherd Co.l.lege Ahmmi banc known as 'Pribe". Con- " testants for the' $tle are Paula (Halltown) for the rmttal meetings of Association will be meeting at 14 Camp Hill Methodist Church Shepherd CoUege alumni gro- 6:30 p. m., both on Friday, gray Carr, Lenora Gaston, Ru,th 15 Bolivar Junior High School ups. Signs will identify the seat 10, .in the Shepherd College Jo hnson, Jane Robinson, Paula 16 Charles Town Junior High School ig for classes that will ,recedve Dning Hall. Advance reservt- Rogers, Angela Scott, Debbie Scott, Sea.tart Shann, Anna (Old Senior High) special recognition. Shown pre ions are necessm'y for he ,ban- Will.tams, and Virginia Will- D'Azelo, Kathy Barger, Tam- 18- Bakerton Ruritan Club paring the signs is Mrs. Linda quets- The chief officers of he lwo tams. my Buford, Diane Frits, Rose Mashburn, secretary in *he groups are Professor Emeritus This festive occasion will be anna Gift.t, Anna Gray, Robin Kabletown District -- alumni office. Cletus Lowe and Mr. James held at e Flenandoarh Downs Gray, Connie Hill, Melody Host Precinct No. 20 - Kabletown Methodist Church 21- Blue Ridge Elementary School 22- South Jefferson Elementary School (Summit Point) Middleway District -- Precinct No. 25 - The Union Church (Middleway) (The "White" Church) 26- Church of the Brethren. Leetown A total off 34 .girls of Harpers Ferry Junior High Sdaool will vie for the honor of being nm'ned 'Miss Harpers Ferry Jun.ior High, when ,the annual school Charm Revue is held Salurday evening, ,,May 18, at 7:30 p. m. in t.he school audi- torium. The Revue is being sponsored ,by he ,Haxpers Ferry Jr. High 'Band Boosters. The contestants will be: Kim Shepherd College FJnerRus Staley, boUh Shepherdstown Raceway in Charles Town ,and ler, Mersha Kerns, Robin Long Club will meet at 10:30 a. m. residents. Last Red Cross BI00,Jm0bile Visit Success; 103 Pints E,,0,)d Donated The Red Cross Bloodmobile TO HOLD BAKE SALE The Pentecostal Home for "e Aged t Harpers Ferry, will hold a bake sale Saturday, May 11, at Stuck & Alger, Phar macy in aowmown Charles Town. Proceeds from the sle will go on a fund to make re- pairs .at the church home. 27 - North Jefferson Elementary School visit to Charles Town April 25, (Kearneysville) sponsored by the United Meth 28 - Del-Monico Club (Route 9) odist Church Women, was one of the ,most successful in some Shepherdstown District -- time with a total of 117 .persons Precinct No. 31. Presbyterian Sunday School presenting themselves to give (Duffields) blood and 103 pints being coii- 33- Shepherdstown Men's Club ected. Another very encouraging 34- Shepherdstown Elementary School feature of this visit was-the 35 Shepherdstown Junior High School fact that there were 24 first By ORDER OF THE JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT time donors. JOHN E. O'I'r, County Clerk The Harpers Ferry Job May 9-1t- Corps came through wRh the most number of donors, 18, I while he UnRed Mothodist Churoh had 17 and ,the Pres- CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF byterian Church 11. Agnes Lutz became a mere- Jfff0000 rber of the eight-gallon club; Mary Henry became a par of Shepherdstown in the State of West Virginia and Domestic .the five-gallon club; Raymond P. Park, the hree gallon club ttbidiaries at the close of business April 24th, 1974. and Doris L. Jurke and Ruth A S S E T S E. Rhodes, the one gallon club. Dollars Cts. Making up the administra- Cth and due from banks (including $None .tive staff which ,handled the tulpoSted debits) ............................. 316,839.65 Bloodmobile visR .this time u . . were:, ,- Treasury securities ........................ 1,050,110.56 Administrative - 'Mr, Henry )?tions of States and political subdivisions 37,766.05 Jovanelly, Mr. Rondo Small- securities (including $None corporate wood, Mrs. Garland Heflebower 1,000.00 Hostesses - Mrs. Harry Str- -'ral fundslk')- sold and securities purchased linder agreements to resell ................... 600,000.00 r loans ................. : .................. 5,300,882.08 Premises, furniture and fixtures, and {he er assets representing bank premises 14,157.52 estate owned other than bank premises ..... 55,000.00 r assets .................................... 15,227.50 I'AL ASSETS ............................... 7,390,983.36 ouse, Mrs. Marcus Earp. Records..Mrs. Albert Schw- artz. Bloodmobile Aides - Mrs. Howard Fellers, Mrs. Gaius Brown, Mrs. Raymond Benton, Mrs. JOhn Skinner, `Mrs. David Leight, ,Mrs. James Morison, Mrs. Alfred Baylor, Mrs. John VanTol, Mrs. Charles Hill, Mrs. ,Marion Sousa. Nurses - Mrs. Sterling Ten- ney, Mrs. Robert Cain, ,Mrs. John Porterfield. Typist - .Mrs. Oscar WiR. Office - Mrs. John .Ambrose. Canteen - Mrs. Lacey Bailey, TS. 273,984.12 John Kelly, Mrs. Robert A@pel 14,025.06 Mrs. Frank Phillips, Mrs. Ray- mond Boyer, .Mrs. Roger Man- uel, `Mrs. Alln Linton, Mrs. Stanley Kelley, `Mrs. A. B. Cash fMrs. Ed Morgan. Rev. John Wright Talks LIABILITIES Uemd deposits of individuals, partnerships,  corporations ............................. 2,103,004.37 and savings deposits of individuals, and corporations ................ 3,846,741.40 of United States Government ........... 31,839.01 Mrs. Brooke Blackford, of States and political subdivisions ..... and officers' checks, etc ............... DEPOSITS ................ $6,268,693.98 (t)TOtal demand deposits ........ $2,397,951.61 (b) TOtal time & savings deposits $3,870,742.35 r liabilities 62,002.72 'PAL LIABILITIES 6,330,696.68 Of Gen. Jackson To Sons Confederates RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES A very ieresting accounc for bad debt losses on loans (set up pur- of some of .he highlights i,n to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ..... 85,692.22 the life of General Stonewall on securities .......................... 11,000.00 Jackson by the Rev. John RESERVES ON LOANS Wright and a roast urkey din- SECURITIES ........................... 96,692.22 her, opped off wit lemon and coconut custard pie, fen.lured the April meeting of .the Henry C A P I T A L A C C O U N T S Ky Douglas Camp, Sons of Con capital, total 9,594.46 federate Veterans held Tues- ............................ day night, April 30. The meet- ing was hem in he dining hN,l stock-total par value ................... 120,000.00 of the Mathodist Church a.t shares authorized 12,000) Gerrardstown and it was serv- shares outstanding 12,000) ed by he ladies of .the Church .................................... 650,000.00 who won much praise frmn he profits ............................... " 193,594.46 Camp members for theix ex- cellent efforts. Allen Henri. ricks was chairman of e host ' CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................. 963,594.40 committee for the dinner neet LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND ing. ACCOUNTS ....................... 7,390,983.36 The Rev. Lester Link, Camp Commandm presided and had M E M 0 R A N D A secretary Frank W. Buckles of total deposits for the 15 calendar read ,the minutes of the prev- ious meetin and called fche ending with call date .................... 6,361,793.59 roll off members, with 40 ans- of total loans for the 15 calendar wering. ending with call date .................... 5,323,554.15 A few brief business ntters were discussed and action Derr, Vice-President & Cashier, of the above.named taken where needed. Comman- Solemnly swear that this report of condition is true dant Link appoinied a commR- to the best of my knowledge and belief. ,tee of Max Brown, " Wi4n" Turner, Penny Weler, The- some palueted cardtable wlh resa W,iley, Diana Wilt, Diane solid walnut band and legs will Woodward, iehelle Wood- be one of te items for sale. ward, and Trudy ,Wri@ht. U. S. plans revision of oil- ATTEND ClIURC leasing rules. ,v,, . YOUR WILL BE SUPPORT APPRECIATED EARL L. JACKSON, Jr. Correct--Attest: H. MAX DERR JOHN L. EGLE W. E. K.NODE, JR. STANLEY E. EYE Directors 'Ike' Knott and Allen ,Hend- ricks to t a sle of off icers to serve the Camp at ,the next meetirg on My 28th. Announcment was made a he next meeting of 'e Camp will be held at he Kabletown Methodist Church with Vill- iam Bayer as chAirnan of ,the of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: imst mmi4ee. | to and subscribed before me this 2 day of May, 1974, Invocation was give ,by the certify that I am not an officer or director of Rev. John Wri@ht end adjourn merit was in order at 8:4 p. m. expires 10125, 1983. ,Nation's reta sales vse 2a M. GILL BLACK, Notary Public in {March, the admission WIll be $3 per erbeam, Sherry Madison, Mary person. Proceeds will benefR Jane Martin, Dawn Meadows, ON MAY 14 -- VOTE FOR K W. '$i11, HAMMOND Board of Education Your Support Will Be ApPreciated May 2-2t- CANDIATE FOR CHARLES TOWN OLD CITY COUNCIL-WARD 3 At Corporation Election May 23 Property Owner at 402 S. Mildred St. Airline Pilot, Commander in U. S. Navy Reserve and Advocate of Planned Progress For Our Community May 9 3-t-pd. West Washington Street -- Charles Towa, W. Va. LARGE ASSORTMENT LADI00 TOPS 96 4.00 50% poly, 50% cotton short sleeve, sleeveless knits. Sizes S-M-L-XL. SIILE ,.u,,.,,,...,, AND SATURDAY MAY 9, 10 and 11 LADLES ASSORTED I00NIM SHORTS 56 3.50 MENS FAMOUS MAKE KNIT SLACKS 688 wout I sell for 1 $.00 to 22.00 Double knit flares in latest colors. 100% polyester. Sizes 28-40. Slightly irreg. Serviceable, guaranteed washable. Assorted styles. Sizes 8-18. FIRST QUALITY--Beige, coffee or suntone Comp. at One Size Stretch PANTY HOSE LADIES MACHINE WASHABLE. STRIPETOP--SOLID SHORTS SIZES Reg 100% Nylon JAMAICA SETS sto,s MENS PERMA-PRESS, SPRING SHADES--SIZES S, M, L Short Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS BRIEFS AND BOXER STYLE Mens SWIM TRUNKS s,z. S,M,L, XL SHELL'S NO-PEST STRIPS 74 c 50 FT.. (Vz-INCH) NYLON GARDEN HOSE s348 Regular $4,79 Reg. 3.96 88 Reg. 1.96 58 WAGON GRILL RegularS11.99 Regular $1.77 / I I I I II