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Columnist Jack Anderson County Students To Be Graduated Is Commencement Speaker by ticket only. Tickets are avail able only ,to degree candidates and ,their guests and are being distributed prior ,to Commen- cement. If weather is fair and the ceremony is held ou,tdoors, there will be no restriction on attendance. Guestg will please be seated by 3:30 p. m. Nationally syndicated politi- cal columnist Jack Anderson will address the 1974 Shepherd College Commencemen,t which is to be held on Saturday, May 11. Mr. Anderson's political com ment column appears in 965 daily and weekly newspapers in the United States md abroad. He has won a Puli.tzer prize for his renortin His eonstitu- emcy is estimated to be 67 mill ion readers, in co,fast to the 300 newspapers ,that carried the "Washington Merry-Go- Round" column when Drew Fhmrson was its chief proprie- be 0f the 391 sudents who will receiving degrees in various !Ilastic categories at the ann I1 Shepherd College Commen ent exercises to be held Sat .llaY, 'May 11, more than one- _lrth of them or a todal of I Will be resicients of Jeffer- Courtly. to Shepherd off- a total of 378 bachelor's and 13 associate of Sci- egrees will be presented commencement. Three the Jefferson county stu- will be receiving assici- of science degrees ,and 80 degrees. This gradu- class will be the largest in the history of Shep- College, it was stated. will be held Shepherd College ath- if weather is fair, ]mnasium if weather is If the ceremony is iloors, admission will be Your Pharmacist... Dedicated to You Your health is your pharma- cist's utmost concern. When you need him, he's happy to serve. Call or come in. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACY, INC. Charles Town, W. Va DIAL 725-2621 PUBLIC SALE 3 miles south of Shepherdstown, W. Va. on pherdstown Road at Reedson, W. Va. SATURDAY, MAY II, 1974 SALE BEGINNING AT 12:00 NOON Super C tractor with 2 bottom plows; eultl- mower; Oliver 60 tractor; Wizard riding lawn Gravely tractor with rotary mower; Salkey; wood saw; garden plow; 2 row laying off plow;., shovel plow; anvil; drill press; planer; small dlse for Cub tractor; air compressor; elec. drills; 2 tools; threaders; dies; Frigidaire deep freeze; washing machine; gas hot water heater; Comfort cook stove; coal and wood stove; library Oak dresser; 7-ft. skis & poles with boots; trunks; lanterns; many items not listed. Ford Maverick; air condition; power brakes; tor. Commencement activiies will begin on May 10 with a Shep- herd College Emeritus Club meeting !n Shepherd College Dining Hall at noon, and the annual Shepherd College Adu- mni Associa, tion banquet in the college dining hall at 6:30 p. m. Tickets will cost $2.25 for the luncheon, $3.25 for the dinner. On May 11 a 1:30 p. m., Pres ideat and Mrs. Butcher wil! hold a public reception on the lawn of Popodicon, or in Shep ,herd College Center if weather is inclement. Degree candid- ates are being asked to assem- ble at 3:00 p. m. for the form- rng of the academic .process- ion. The procession will form in frorrt of Shaw Hall if weat- her is fair, or in the small manasium if wether is in- clement. The Charles Town residents who are bachelor's degree can diates are Rebecca Jane All- ara; Denise Jeannette Burns, Route 2; Clinton Leeds Corbin, Route 1; Nancy Belonis Corbin William Sco,tt Coyle; Glenn Hun,ter Edwards, Janet Ann Grove, Paul DeHermen John- son, J. Nicholas Kercheval, Dorothy Louise Lorenz, John Harold Lorenz, Jeffrey Will- iam Rahodes, Richard Louis Riley, Jr., Daisy Dunn Robin- son, John Will.tam Robi,nson, Robert Henry Shelherd, Vicki Eileen Sahockey, Diane Pearl Snyder, Louise Karen Wley, and Judith Van Tol Wilson. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Oscar Clemen Stine, deceased. All persons having claims ficiaries of the Estate of Oscar men Stine, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- hibit the same, wi the vouchers thereof, legally veri- fied, to the undersigned at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 7th day of September, 1974; other- wise they may, by law, *be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claim and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this '29th day of April, 1974. P. T. POR'PERFIELD, JR. Commissioner Of Aecoums Jefferson County May 2-2t. protection for your vacation TRIP Before you go, get low-cost Travel Accident Insurance which will provide an aed- dental death benefit plus pro- tection against the medical expense of accidental injuries during your entire trip-for as little as 3 days or as long as 6 months. We can als.o provide insurance for your baggage and other personal effects, Call us for details, PHONE 725-2211 JCepresenting . Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company Hartford, Conn. 4*wheel drive Willy's Jeep. Lock hubs; newly engine. Of SALE: CASH -- Nothing to be removed settled for. Not Responsible for Accidents ond Premises. Lqnch + Rights Reserved. - - ADAM KIDWILER - Edward "Ned" Morrow Charles E. Ware May 2-21- VOTE - MAY 14, 1974 Charles R. Bain Bufikr Hill, W. Va. MEMBER STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - 16TH DISTRICT Experienced Grass Root Republican Political Organizer Berkeley County Republican Executive Committee - 1968-1974 (2 Terms) 3 Successful Republican County Campaigns - 1968.70- 72 Presidential Elector. 1972 GOP State Convention National & State Campaign Management Seminars 1972 State GOP Platform Committee In Who's Who In American Politics & New York Times Political Marketplace Masonic Lodges, Fraternal, Patriotic & Civic Organizations State Councilor W. Va. Jr. Order United American Mechanics. 1970-71 & included in Personalities of The South (May 9-It-Pal. Pol. Ad Shepherdstown residents who Taylor; Ranson .residents How- are ,backelor's degree candida- ard Delaine Boyd, Thomas Ed tes are John Edwin Adams, ward Fletcher, Jeffrey Lee O' Arvella Snyder Barr, Barbara Bannon, Jess Clinton -'Reed; Louke Bolstridge, Thomas Will Shenandoah Junction residents tam Brown, James Ronald Ann Hampton Htmter, Terr- Baits, Adelia U. Cardoso, Blan ence Nell Lawson, and 'Robert che Kennedy Carmean, Harold Hfilary Pope; and Gary Lee L. Carmean, James A. Cassetl, Loudan, Bakerton. Jr., Barbara Buneutter Chris- Miss Bentta J. Anderson, Rt. man, Gary Wilson Chrisman, 1, Kearneysville; Riehaa'd Lee Stephen E. Clark, Robert Frer Anderson, Harpers Ferry; and eric Curry, Sorasak Daorai, Sue Miss Vick, ie Lynn ,.Manuel, Car Ann Dowden, Deborah Dawn alter Heights, Harpers 'Ferry, Etti, nger, Dennis Wayne FiZz- are candidates for t,he Asoci- gerald, James Francis Fries, ate of Science degree. Clarence .Nelson Frit,ts, ix., Cor nelia Ann Frye, Joseph .Merrill llh4  00ainer, Nicolo Samuel 00nua. She,..00rdst0wn Man Michael Wayne Goodrick, Jan Christian Hafer, ,Mary Jessica In Car Accident Hendrix, Victor Lance Holems, Elsie D. Hume, Allen Lee Kave Funeral services were held Anne Noel Kimes, Margaret April 27 at 1 p. m. from the Davis Kinsey, Mary Lee Lamp, Rosemont Grace ,Brethren Ohu Mary Frances Loya, Catherine reh, Martinsburg, for Clarence Alice 'Mauck, John LeRoy Me Ernest Ruppett, 86, of Shep- Cracken, Henry Walton Mor- herdstown, who died ,from in. row, Jr., Mark Eugene Osbou- juries received ,in a car acci- rn, Ray Jackson Price, Boni'ta dent on Skyline 'Drive near Karen Rephann, obet Lynn FrorR Royl, Va., Wednesday Sanders, Sandra S. Skinner, morning April 24. The Rev. Marina Velia Tiano, Gary Dou- Mason Cooper, pastor of he glas VanSiskler, Robert Frank Ohuroh, officiated and burial lin White, Peggy Ka;hryn Will was made in Cedar Lawn ,Mem ard, and OharJes Lester Yurish orial Park Cetnetery n Hagers Other Jefferson Counety rest- town, d. dents who are backelor's de- The ,body of ,the deceased gree candid@tes are Kearneys- was found early Wednesday rifle residents. Christine Pat- morning dead in his altomo- ricia Belinc, Richard Lee Start- bile ia the Shenandoah N- ley, John Joseph Walker; Harp tonal Park. James H. Johnson, ers Ferry residents Raye Ellen acting Chief Forest Ranger, Biller, James Lyle Lilly, Bren- said the dead nmn was discover da Louise Nunn Dixon, Donna ed by a park TisRor at ,the bot- ,Marie Tingler, and Vicki A. tom of a steep embankment CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF PEOPLES BAI00 Of CHAIlES of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia 25414 And foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business April 24, 1974, a state banking institution organized and oper- ating 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 Dollars Cts. Cash and due from banks r 1,077,620.49 U. S. Treasury securities ....................... 999,116.72 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations .................... 1,100,000.00 Obligations of States and llitical subdivisions 2,056,254.87 Other securities (including $18,600.00 corporate stocks) ............................. 18,600.00 Other loans .................................... 8,610,215.9 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ...... 334,093.85 Other assets .................................. 35,229.35 TOTAL ASSETS ........................... 14,231,130.37 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................ 3,699,185.03 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .......... . .... 7,514,477.96 Deposits of United States Government ........... 58,776.27 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..... 607,913.34 Certified and officers' checks, etc .............. 95,000.09 TOTAL DEPOSITS ............... $11,975,352.69 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $ 4,432,489.31 (b) Total time & savings deposits $ 7,542,863.38 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .............. Other liabilities ............................... 200,000.00 962,338.38 TOTAL LIABILITIES ......................... 13,137,691.07 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) ........ ........ 125,371.54 TOTAL RESDRVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ........................... 125,371.54 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS EQUITY CAPITAL, TOTAL ...... .......... .. ., 968,067.76 Common stock-total par value .................. (No. shares authorized 22,000) (No. shares outstanding 22,000) Surplus ........................................ Undivided profits ............................. 220,000.00 400,000.00 348,067.76 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................. 968,067.76 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................. , .... 14,231,130.37 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date. .................. 12,049,284.91 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ................... 8,564,417.03 L G. L. Shumaker, Executive Vice 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. Is/G. L. SHUMAKER We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belkf is true and correct. /s/ FRISBY T. FIERY /s/ HARRY S. HESKETT Directors /s/ ROGER J. PERRY State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of April, 1974. MILDRED I. DUKE, Notary Public My Commission expires November 20, 1978 rom Shepherd May 11 bottt a hlf mile from rhe Front Royal entrance to e Skyline Drive. It was estirrmt- ed the .man had beon dead about four ours. Ruppelt was headed North on ,the Drive when kis car wont over ,the embankment. T, he deceased was born in St. Louis, Mo., August 5, 1888, a .on of the late Herman .and Josie Rttppelt. He is survived by two daughters -Mrs. Daniel Feaster of Shepherdstown; and /Mrs. James McDonald of Chey. hey, Pa.; a brother, Albert of M@rysville, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. James Parr of Cuba, N. Y. and five grandchildren. His wife, Ehel Hildreth Ruppelt, died some time ago. Historical Sodety Will Meet Saturday The regular May meeting of te Jefferson Courrty HSstori- col Society will be held Satur- day afternoon, May 11 t 1:30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION In the Circu.it Court of Jeff- erson County, West Virginia ALICE A. DOVEL, ,plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 2559 ROY F. DOVEL, .Defendant I. (The objec of this suit is to obtain a divorce from t,he bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavi.t filed in this aotien that Roy F. Dovel is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered ,that ':Roy F. Dovel serve ucpon Jhn C. Skin her, Jr., Esquire, of Nichols & Skinner, Plaintiff's nttorney, whose address is P. O. Box 487, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer, .including any relat. ed counter claim or defense you may have to t3ae complaint filed in his action on or ,before June 3, 1974. If you fail to do so, .lherea/ter judgmerrt, upon iroper hearing and crial, may be taken against you or .the relief demanded in the com- plaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under. signed Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court April 23rd, 1974. 'MARY L. RIGGLEM'AN CLERK OF COURT May 23-t. We can help payy?ur when you can't! If you're sick or disabled and can't work, Nationwide can help you keep your family and home together. Call an agent  m. DOMINlCK "WI  FAItO Your Local .Jell. County Agent PH.: 725.51114 . 72s.s3a8 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE N,tlOnwmle *s on yo." se Nat,onwde Mulual Insuran Comoaoy Nationwide Lde Insurance Company Home Office: Columbus, Ohio SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 17 p. m. in the auditorium of he War Museum in Harpers Ferry Jefferson County Civic Cen, ter will talk on Collecting Civil in Charles Tqwn. War Artifacts, with: commen- Major William Gavin, found tory on combat activity in Jeff er of the Old Rectory Civil erson Coun, ty. Can't go on a vacation due to the gas shortage? Then The E.W. ARMSTRONG CO. Has The Answer... A Beautiful FLEXALUM ALUMINUM PATIO COVB Under Which You Can Entertain .... Picnic.. Dine .... or just Relax... A Handsome Cover To Shield You From Sun and Rain ! For: Cloth Awnings, Folding Doors. Aluminum Shutters, Storm Windows and Doors. and Beautiful Shades for your Windows Just Call. THE E.W. ARMSTRONG CO. 318 N. Braddock St. Winchester, Va. Phone 667-1525 PUBLIC SALE Due to 111 health I will offer for sale the following lo- cated 3 miles East of lnwood. From Route 11 turn left on Route 51 East, go 3 miles to Haines' Market, turn right, at fork in road bear left, second house on left. ON SATURDAY -- MAY II, 1974 " AT ll:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD: 5-pc. blond bedroom suite; 10-pc. old dining room suite; blond coffee table & end tables$ youth bed; 2-pc. old bedroom suite; old stand; 5-pc. break. fast set; old floor lamps; refrigerator; sink; paperboard and brushes; lamps; large Coldspot freezer; old metal bed; old high chair; kitchen cabinet; medicine cabinet; lights, scale; electric broiler; very old Maytag wringer washer; Gibson stove broiler; old glider and chairs; canning jars; shears; fiberglass draperies; curtains; old pictures; glassware; dishes; pots; pans; and othe house- hold articles too numerous to mention. BUTCHERING EQUIPMENT & SMALL TOOLS: Garden tractor and attachments; old seeder; garden duster; old metal gas cans; laundry tub; wooden barrels; scalding tank; sausage grinder; lard press; hooks; stirrers; push plow; old time mud scoop; shovels; forks; wood saw; and blades; cross-cut saw; hoes; picks; mowing sythe; floor jack; saw horses; 3 large metal drums; small drums; bench; chains; wire; chicken coop; bolts; whet- stone; concrete trowels; blow torch; soldering iron; hedge trimmers; squares; nails, and many other small articles too numerous to mention. TERMS--CASi: Nothing to be removed until settled for. MRS. ANNA M. BARRON EDGAR A. BOHRER - Auctioneer CHARLES E. WARE - Clerk Not Responsible For Accidents On Premises. May 9-1T- SPECIAL OF THE WEEK SPRING CLEARANCE SALE. RANKIN Mobile Homes .Route 9.- Berkdey Springs, W. Va. Phone 291.3284