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10 SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 Mr. Edd Cunningham eal,led funeral of Allen Dodson on Russell of IIagerstowa, d. a,t the ;borne'of Mrs. Ida Bur- Friday aternoon at the Ghurch Miss Terry Lynn Breeden t her on Sunday afternoon, o ffhe Brethren in eetown by ,tended ,the birthday 9arty of Mrs. Iamanie Wiltshire and the Rev. Joseph Lewis. Miss Jaequelyn Gardner ll,th Mrs. L'mda Mason erttertaiaaed Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 14rgertt birthday at her home,in Middle and children, Mr. James Cerav way on Saturday afternoon. st a wild .turkey dinner on alo of FaRing Waters were Mr Peggy Hat and daugh- Tuesday nigtrt with a:ll /e Sunday af.ternoon v isi,tors at ter, Karen of Berryille, Va., trimmings. Those present were He home of Mr. and rs. Tony Mrs. Brenda Jenkins of Win- Mrs. Ella Zombro, Mrs. aCtie Ceravato, and also their son chester, Va., Mrs. Sherry Ckap Rowland, ,Mr. Rober:t Dunn, ad daughter ,in law, Mr. and man and children, I)e Etra and Mr. Bob Singh of Bolivar, Mrs. Donald Ceravalo and son Brook of Berryille, Va., My. Mr. and Mrs. Clearence Burch. Andy and Joe were Sunday Wayne Pope of Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cerav- afternoon callers at .the Cera- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pope and alo are receiving eongratulat- valo home. son, Andy of Boyce, Va. and ions on a sen 'born to them m Mr. and rs. Newton Magaha Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were the Charles Town General Hos and daugh, ter, and granddaugh Sunday dinner guests of Mr. pital Thursday April 25. He Cers of Denton, Md. were also and .Mrs. Fred Pope of Three has been named Steve Leroy. guests over He weekend at the Oakes Berryville, Va. and [Mr. The lttle ,man weighed 6 Ibs. home of the former's sister and and Mrs. Robert Edward Pope and 13 ounces. They have ,two broker in law, Mr. and Mrs. and friend of Front Royal, Va. other children. Mrs. Ceravalo Charles Adams and family, were Sunday af,ternoon visitors was the former Barbara tRan- [Mr and Mrs. W,illiam WTaet- of Mr. and Mrs. Pope. kin, daughter of Mr. and [Mrs. zel snd sons, William and Tim Harry Rankin of Hidden River .my of Clarksburg, ,Md., Mr. Mr. Ceravto is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and M A N N I N G S and ,Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. sons of Shenandoah Junction, M,r. and Mrs. Paul Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Housden Mrs. Panilne Ott of Noakesville, Va., r. and and .Mrs. Molley Hillard were ........ Mrs. Wesley Edwards and a,m- Sunday dinner guests of [Mr. The Murrill Bill United Met ily and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny and ,Mrs. Elwood B, reeden and hodist Ohureh was .the scene Edsrds and son, Robert Jr., family, of a quiet but impressive weald and Mrs. Shirley Hoffrnan of Mr. and Mrs. James Grove ing, when  Karen Gay Charles Town attended the and daughter, and Mr. and Bea,hm became the bride of Mrs. Francis CunningLham and r. Gary Lee Kearns at 7:30 daughter were Sunday guests on April 7. of ,Mr. Jmany Reed of Martins The bride is ,the daughter of burg: Mr. and rs. Charles Beam Miss Anrrebell Lewis and of Ranson and the groom is ,the Mrs. Midbaek of Goodwirhouse son of r. and Mrs. James ,Kea were luncheon guests on Fri- rns of ,this community. day at "Silver Spring" home of They were tmRed ,in marrY. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph age by tJhe Rev. Mary An Stair& Jr. and family. Kvapil, he groom's pastor. [Mrs. Helen Butch, Mrs. /_hn Those attending the wedding da Mason and Mrs. Mnmie were Mr. and Mrs. George Mil Wtshia'e were Friday night ,ton, Mr. and rs. Donald il.l- guests of Mr. and [Mrs. H. . er and daghCer, Barbara Jean PrRes, for the pest ,tkree weeks R ! P P O N They zeturned o 'heir Jhome AmJn Nicodemus in Penal. on nday. Their ,,, ' three year old son, Dr re- mained t e home of his ,Mrs. James Newconm and gmndwren. oI! kDmy of Cherts, Town rs. Lowell Eusey spet e Stuiay ael'OOO gue- sts t the home of r. end past weekend a the home of her friend, Mrs. Dottle Small of Woodbridge, Va. M n Lowell Eusey was a .guest  Mrs. Small on Sunday. rs. Etimbeth Flemming, Miss Bessey Eaton end Miss Clare Eaton of Arliaton, Va. weer Tursday lnceon guests tthe home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolp Smith Jr. and f@mily. Thursday af/.ernoon he ladies were taken on a ,tour of the pple blossoms of the ore herds of M. Robert Rndolph Snth, Jr. dr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenk- ins and dau:ter of W4nehes- ter, Va. were Sunday after. noon .guests o the former's brother and sister in law Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and faro fly. rs. Atmtin Nicodemua Jimmy Cotes entered ,the on Thusclay and 'Friday he .mlerwen surgery on .his knee gm: Grlnd Heflebower Jr. has 'ned o her borne efter chester emori 'Hosp..l. a'. and: Mrs. ,Bartley Pein,ter femi.ly have been house tmsts of he former's grand- , Mr. and Mrs. James ELECT JO, YCE RATH To Jefferson County SCHOOL BOARD Apr. 18-2-May 2-9- Jozabeth is a chic Moundsvitle Eashionatorium radiating the very- important-look appreciated by fashion-conscious women in the Upper Ohio Valley. Pictured here are Libby G. Magnone and Mary Z. Stees, 'two of ten employees covered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Care Protection. Jozabeth's ten employees enjoy the-same advantages of group enrollment as do the hundreds enrolled in a near-by Group Plan of an Industrial Giant. Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage is for people... in groups of five, ten or fifteen hundred whether employed by a big company or a locally-owned gas station, restaurant or womens apparel Shop. All together, subscribers of these small and large outfits in North, Central and Eastern West Virginia add up to over 140,000 Blue Cross and Blue Shield members. That's a lot of people.., are your employees among them? If you employ five or more people, look into Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Care Group Plans. Blue Cross0000 Blue Shield00 20th Street-Wheeling Phone (3041 232-4550-Wheoling, West Virginia 26003 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF BLAKREY BANK & TRU00 COMPANY of Ranson, West Virginia 25438 And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business April 24, 1974, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve Sys- tem. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Dollars Cts. Cash and due from banks (including $None unposted debits) ............................. 1,241,532.11 U. S. Treasury securities ........................ 1,092,537.00 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations ............................ 200,000.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1,056,054.27 Other securities (including $14,500.00 corporate stocks) ............................ 14,500.00 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ................... 400,000.00 Other loans .................................... 7,671,413.52 Bank premises, furniture and fixtu a ...... : ....... other assets representing bank premJs ...... 70,624A0  Real estate owned other than bank premises .... 77,883.42 Other assets (including $None direct lease financing) ............................ 94,518,73 TOTAL ASSETS .............................. 11,919,073.45 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................. 3,523,339.08 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............... 5,389,805.35 Deposits of United States Government .......... 232,637.43 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..... 847,493.45 Deposits of commercial banks .................. 154,201.37 Certified and officers  checks, etc .............. 111,632.93 TOTAL DEPOSITS .............. $10,259,109.61 (a) Total demand deposits ....... $ 4,806,355.91 (b) Total time & savings deposits $ 5,452,753.70 Mortgage indebtedness ........................ Other liabilities . ................................ 71,735.75 400,229.05 TOTAL LIABILITIES ............. ............ 10,731,074.41 PUBLIC AUCTION VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SATURDAY, MAY 25 - 12:00 NOON 222 Jefferson Avenue 5 Room Dwelling With Bath & Full Basement TRUST DEPARTMENT . BANK Ot CHARLES TOWN PHONE (304) 725 2071 SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO/{EJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS Bank of Charles Town, Administrator ESTATE OF VIRGINIA 6. BOWERS RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) .................... 58,610.68 Other reserves on loans ....................... 22,750.00 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .......................... 81,360.68 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS EQUITY CAPITAL, TOTAL (sum of items 36 thru 40 below) ........................... 1,106,638.36 Common stock-total par value .................. 242,000.00 (No. shares authorized 9,680) (No. shares outstanding 9,680) Surplus ........................................ 240,000.00 Undivided profits ............................. 624,638.36 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of Items 34 and 35 above) ...................... 1,106,638.36 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of Items 28, 29, 33 & 41 above) .............................. 11,919,073.45 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ................... 10,178,238.43 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ................... 8,003,600.62 1, Jack R. Huyett, President & Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JACK R. HUYETT We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and dclare that it has been eamined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. BLACKwELL DAVIS M. A. VIENER Directors C. C. CONRAD State of W. Va., County of Jefferson ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1 day of May, 1974. FERN A WILLINGHAM, Notary Public Commission Expires 2111179 Mr. and rs. Dormle ller and son, Bebby, Johnny ,MJ,ller and girl friend all from Char- les Town, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Bealma and daughter, Sus- an of .Ranson, Mike Rinker and nd, Christine, Mr. and H. Penwell and , Mr. and Mrs. Janes Kearns and son, Terry and ,Mrs. Dena Kerns, grand mother of the groom of Mann- igs. Af,ter spending three days at Black Water Falls, the couple are residing at the ,home of ,the groems parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kearns. ,.'dr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn still a lttez)t at Suburban Hos pital, Belhesda, Md. He would l,ike to .hear from all  fri- ends. Hiss address is Wayne Penwell, Suburban Hospital, Betheeda Md., Fifth Floor, Roorn 557. Mr. and Mrs. Donrde .Dfllow of [Millville .were Sunday visi- ors of lads parents, .Mr. and Mrs. George Dillow. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and granddau h.ter, were Mr. and ;Mrs. Phil. ip Oden and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and daughter Mrs. Kenneth Wil,t and daugh- ter, Da.me. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Penwell and daugkters of Rardane were and daugMer of Jones Trailer Saturday visitors of her par- Park at He Bloomery were erts, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs., and dauger, Kathy. Donnie Brackett ,and sore. [Mr. Mark Wiley of Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rollison way was a Sunday visi,tor of his mether, Mrs. Cora Wiley and son, Paul Nathan. ,Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oden of Faiax, Va., were last week end visitors of s parrots, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and fam- ily. Mrs. Mabel Wilt of Chestnut Hill, ,Mrs. 'Nellie Oden, Mrs. Eliza Milton and Mrs. My Appetl attended the banquet ,the E. H. Musselman Plant at Inwood on Friday evening. Mr.  Mrs. David Dillow and son were Saturday even.ing visi,tors of ,Mr. and Mrs Tum- b]Jn and family a,t Senandle. Mr. and [Mrs. Keith Odea of Ie City, Va. were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Oden and family and Iso cdl ers of =Mr. and Mrs. Randy or4; and fmnily on Stmday. r. Wayne Cleve PevTweI Js and son of Chestnut Hill were Sunday visitors of her father, Mr. Qunton Ot,t and family. Mrs. Dianne Cline and son, Jason were Sunday visi,tors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston t Mectnics- ,town. Miss Vivian Ointerman Mr. Robert Lynn Are Married In Brunswick Miss Vivia K. l)iern, da.ughr of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. I)in,terman, Harpers Ferry, nd [Mr. Robert J. Lynn, Harp- ers Ferry, son of Mrs. Leva F, Knoxville, and the lte Luther Lynn, were married on Sturday evening, April 27th, t 7:30 #deck n eran Ohurch, Brtmswick. -Rev. Ralph H. Killer ed .the double riag in the ,presence of the ate families and friends. Miss Susan D. pets Ferry, was e honor. Alr. Thurman Piper, HavP Ferry, was the best man. The groom ,a Brunswick High School, of 1971, is employed by Yeonas Construction at Vienna, Va. A recepion followed cerenony at the mne bride's ,parents. They wilt .reside at Ferry. Stargell receives an award. - FOR SALE USED PIANO From $145.00 USED ORGANS From $295.00 NEW SPINET PIANOS Or NEW SPINET ORGANS Only $599.00 Ba Fima.ta Av , COLONIAL  MUSIC SHOP,  14 E. Patrkk -- o Predet Mall - 3@1 "j FREDERICK MD. Dee. An Open teHu' To Jefferson Countlam FROM CAROLYN W. HOFFMAN CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION TO BOARD Of EDUCATION My efforts for the  four years as a member of your School Board have bee= directed to these goals: 1. Providing the most qualified, dedicated, creative teachers we can get. 2. Developing closer understanding between Board and teachers. 3. Providing the best working conditions we can afford. 4. Assuring Board openness to parents' concerns. 5. Providing the best environment for learning we can afford. 6. Providing every child opportunity to develop skills enough to get a Job ef continue his education after graduation. 7. Making learning a pleasure. I shall continue my efforts by observing classes, visiting PTA's, IL.ening I# a teacherS, sff, stedents, and parents whenever 1 can. Your comments are welce e : May I continue to serve you? (May 9-Pd PoL 1) ' SAMPLE NONPARTISAN BALLOT PRIMARY ELECTION" MAY 14, 1974 Nonpartisan Ballot for Election of Members of The Jefferson County Board of Education (Vote For Two) '- CURTIS E BRANNON Charles Town. W Va WILLIAMJ BROWN Charle. Town W Va -'-]ROBERT (" DAY Shepherdstown, W. Va W W "'Bilt'h HAMMOND Shepherdstown. W Va CAROI.YN W HOFFMAN Kearnedle. W Va ='- JES,'qE D JENKINS Shepherdstown. W Va [ JOYCE t' RATH Shepherdstown. W Va STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, TO-WIT: , lg d I, Mary L Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson Co?0d Virginia, and as such Chairman Ex-Officio of the Board of Ballot __,Co for W do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the Official .Btl)e# " political divisions to be voted at the Primary Election to be held t - ' County, West Virginia, on the 14th day of May, 1974. MARY L. RICdLEMAN, . I Clerk of the Circuit  d Ex-Offldo Chairnmm lxm- May 2-21'. Ballot Commisdor