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OF, JEFFER, ON ADVOCATE 8---A TItURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1939 C;lh3rl Cab]n~l zDood~ 1~O aol,iorl. Navy experts warn of submar- i i / iii ;/ NEW SMALL CAR?---No, this is not one of the much discussed new lighter ears being measured by a 20-foot giant. It is, however, one of the sleek entries in the 1959 Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild model ear competition being "sized-up" by one of the judges in Detroit. Judging of hundreds of such miniature "dream cars" is now underway to determino teen-age winners of $115,000 In cash awards and university scholarships. $ @ I Dunn To Be At Court ]decals, etc. for the 1959-60 year. - "~ He said he will be glad to assist Town Hiffh School class of 1939. House I'r"or Anplications J people in making applica,tions for The reunion will be held at Jeff- ~{ For License orms Friday these licenses erson Memorial Park on July llth. ! All members of the '39 class and A g ~>.----~'~* I Garland L. Dunn---~deputy state .eeting to Map Pla,tsformera'nY other interestedgraduates Qfpersns andthe high . ._ SWHITE' R FO DS ALWAYS taxcommlssionerforthtsdistrict, For CHS Cla,~s Reunion school are i,uvited to attend the II IT' .=o.oc. ,.s 0o,n moo,, ..oo0. n,.., " S 0 " Charles Town a~ the deffersonl Caleb Burns announced today County Court House Friday, June that a meeting will be held a~ the 26 from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m for V. F. W. reception room Monday ghe purpo~ of taking applications night at 8 p. m. to make plans for store license, general license, for the reunion of the Charles REPORT OF CONDITION OF BLAKELEY BANK TRUST COMPANY of Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the close of buslne~ June 10, 1959, a State banking instltt~tion organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call n~ade by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve B~nk of this District. ASSETS ~, balances with other banks, including reserve "balance and cash items in process of collection..$ 692.669.16 U t~d States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ....................................... 494.753.50 ~gations of States and political subdivL~lons ....... 15,1t2.26 ~,,~I~rate stocks lnciuding $5,250.00 stock of Federal ~- ~eserve bank) .................................... 5,250.00 ~rks and discounts (inctudi~ag $52.00 overdrafts) ...... 1,125,369.55 ~albure and fixtures ................................ 16,877.49 0~,* C/ a~sets .......................................... 3,867.50 TOTAL ASSETS ..................................$2,353,929.46 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ...................................... $1,093,184.01 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................................ 707,588.24 Deposits of United States Government (includin~ postal savings) .................................... 40,790.49 Deposi,ts of States and political subdivisions ............ 210,205.57 Deposits of banks ............. ........................ 62,011.30 Other deposits (certified and officers' chtegks etc.) ..... 1,011.08 TOTAL DEPOSITS ................. .'~$2,1'14,790.69 Other liabilities ....................................... 30,681.43 TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................. $2,145,472.12 CAPITAL ACCOUNT Capital* .............................................. $ 100,000.00 Surplus ................ . .............................. 75,000.00 Undivided profits ..................................... 33,457.34 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....................208,457.34 TOTAL 'IAA.BILITIF_~ AND CA!PrrAL ACCOUNTS .... $2,353,929.46 *This bank's capital consists off: Common stock with total par value of__$100,000.00 MEMORANDA Assets pledges or assigned to secure liabilir, ies and for other purposes .................................. $197,375.00 We, George' M. Mullen, Presider~t, and Ernest O. Siler, Cashier, of the above-named bank, hereby certify that ,the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. GEORGE M. MULLEN, ERNEST O. S~LER, President. Cashier. Correct---Attest: CHARI~F~S J. W. SMITH, J. E. WARD H. 'W. ~WAGELEY, Directors. State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of June, 1959. VIRGINIA LEE SMAI~WOOD, Notary Public. My commission expires January 12, 1969. 1955- CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN 8 Cyl., Radio and Heater 1954- CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN 1953- OLDS SUPER "88" 4-DOOR 1953- OLDSD SUPER "88" 4-DOOR 1953 - DODGE 4-DOOR "8" (Automatic Trans.) 1954- CHEVROLET 4-DOOR---Powerglide, Power Steering, R. and H. 1952 - PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR--Power.Flight 1953 - DESOTO 4-DOOR 1951 - CHEVROLET 4-DOOR 1954 -DODGE I:TON STAKE--Dual Wheels (Here's A Real Nice One) 1955 FORD 1/2 TON PICK-UP C AL! TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR ONLY $100 1950 Chevrolet 1949 Oldsmobile - 1949 Mercury 1947Dodge-- i946 Pontiac THESE AND MANY MORE BIG VALUES AT WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLELS TOWN, - W. VA. Cardette Club's Record Hop Success Alwa of FREE Parking and Plenty of to The Cardette Club of Rs~nson - held itsfirs, t RecordHopSaturday |he Time. Your Grocene to Your Car FREE of night, June 20 at 8 p. m. It was greatly enjoyed by the teen-agers of the community and it is hoped there will be a good PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, turn out at t,he next dance to be 'held a~ the old 1~anson school on fifth avenue on Sa.turday nig'ht, l I June 27 a,~ 8 p. m. Abner Hockensmith Has Top May DHIA Report; Butler Herd Is Second The top herd for May in milk! and bu0terfat belongs to Abner Hockensmith, with 46 cows In milk and 5 dry his average was 1240 pou~nds milk and 48 pounds butterfat. The second herd in m~lk be- longs ,to RobErt But'ler with 30 cows in milk and 6 dry average was 1220 pounds ef .milk and 45 pounds butterfat. The second herd ~n fat belongs to H. K. Moler with 15 cows in milk 'and 4 dry his average was 47 pounds of butAerf~t. The third herd belongs to Boyd Butler wtt~h 40 cows in milk 1 dry his average was 1120 pounds milk and 41 pou.nds fat. The association average for May was 926 pounds milk and 34 pounds of fat. ~he following herds were on the but'terfat honor roll: Frank Ar- ne~>t 2; l~bert Butler 8; George Hough 3; C. J. Cavalier 9; H. K. Moler 6; Adams Bro. 7; A. B. Hockensmith 16; Tharpe Bros. 4; W. E. Walker 3; Boyd Butler 2; e A E Howard Demory 3; Ford ~arm 4; ,Max Derr 3; W. O. Lloyd 11; Rog er Bane 6. The 1top' 4 individual cows are as follows: 1-Hockensmith Bert 95.5; 2960 m, 5.7%-169 fat. 2- R. Butler Blackie 90.0, 2790 m, 4.2% 117 fat. 3-R. Butler Woody 88.8 2760 m, 3.8~, -105 fat. 4-R. But- ler No. 2 79.2, 2450 m 4.3%-101 fa~. For May there were 1003 ecavs on DHIA test and 171 cows on the owner sample program. Robert and ~VIarjorie McGarry, Supt. ILl SK N ESS Hours Of Nature Walks At Ferry Monument Changed Begin,uing ~he weekend of June 27-28, t'he hours of the Nature- Walks at Harpers Ferry National ~vionumen will be changed frf visitors who tcok the Walks, primarily interest ed in birds, said th, a* t'he chief ,thrill for t~hem was a long look at a Protho~notary W, arbler which ~h.as just .taken up residence on the Island. Unfortun,a"~ely, the Shen- .~ndoa,h flood Which ~t the area ~'he following week covered the nestin,g hole and ~the warbler dog parted for drier quarters. lb. 10c 3 doz. $1.00 each 39c MAXWELL HOUSE INST. COFFEE . Giant Economy lO-oz, jar $1.55 SPAM--TKEET .... 12 oz. can Ned-Fascists stirring trouble in Italy. JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES - - HONEY DEW MELONS - - - BISQUICK .... 40 oz.