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EDWARD P. DORSEY M oor Dorsey, 92, Edward P. Dorsey of died Sunday at her Richmond. born in Clarke County of the late Nicholas and Fannie Bonham lived most of her life County. include four children, Dorsey and Floyd J. both of Berryville, Mrs. of Haymarket and of Richmond; 13 and 40 great-grand two brothers, Shade Moore, both of ........ Wednesday morning, July 5, while on the way to Frederick Memorial Hospital after a very brief illness. She was a daughter of the late George Ware and Margaret And- erson and is survived by eight as a draftsman, children, six sons and two daugh- For many years he was a suc- ters, sixteen grandchildren and cessful business man in Charles nineteen great-grandchildren. Town, W. Va. The surviving children are Roy- He was a member of the Presby al G. Greaver, Elmer Greaver, terian Church. Surviving are his William Greaver and Roland wife, a daughter, Mrs. Lydia Greaver, all of Baltimore, Md., Eackles, Fredericksburg, Va., a Ernest Greaver, Hampton, Va. son, Kirkwood Janney, Hyatts- Lloyd Greaver of Brunswick, Md., ille, Md. and several grand child- Mrs. Dorothy Ayres and Mrs. Iva ten. McLane both of Brunswick, Md. His oldest son, Gordon, was in the Air Service and his plane dis- MRS. CECIL BAILEY appeared over the Florida waters. Services were held on Monday Mrs. Bessie Johnston Bailey, 77 July 10, with interment in Oak of 41 South. Cameron St. died Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Saturday evening at her home in Va. Winchester, Va. party and the runner.up, "Fast and Furious was sponsored by the Peoples Bank of Charles Town, The Jefferson County Junior Chamber of Commerce is respon- sible for many and varied com- munity projects. The annual Tur- tle Derby is the means by which the money is raised to support these projects. Your support by an entry in the 4th Annual Turtle Derby will be greatly appreciated. Jack Huyett Tells Charles Town Kiwanis About Jefferson Park The Charles Town Kiwanis Club held its weekly dinner meeting in the Thomas Jefferson Hotel last Thursday evening. It was an- and two sisters, Miss She was born near White Hall, nounced that James "Hank" Mol- and Mrs. Howard MRS. DORA L. HENRY a daughter of the late George Tho er had been elected as one of the mas Johnston and Lucy Keller Kiwanis Internatnonal Trustees Mrs. Dora ~Henry, 82, of Johnston. Most of her childhood at the Toronto Convention. This ices were Tuesday 10th Avenue, Ranson, died Tues- was spent in Jefferson County W. is quite an honor for the Club. DST, at the Berryville day in the Charles Town Hospital Va. Church, conducted less than a day after she became On March 19, i918, in Winches- Kiwanian William Padfield of Glen Burnie, Md. was a visitor Charles W. Kerman ill. ter, she married Cecil H. Bailey, with the Club. ld. The deceased was born in War a partner in Bailey Brothers t Jack Huyett told some interest- was in Green Hill Cem- ren County, Va., a daughter of the Store. He died in 1951. ling facts about the Jefferson vyville, late Daniel Robinson and Nancy She was a member of Braddock County Memorial Park. He said rsey was the mother of V. Robinson. Her husband, John Street Methodist Church where that the Park is supported en- Dorsey, owner of the Publishing Co,, Inc., in H Henry died in June 1952. she was an active worker in the tirely by volunteer contributions, She was a member of the Pres- Sunday School Department as and benefit projects put on by the byterian Church. as her health permitted, various civic organizations. This K. JANNEY Surviving are two sons--Brad- Survivors include one daughter, club recently gave $150 to the ley Henry and Ralph Henry, both Mrs. Isabelle Bailey Hickman; one Park. Two weeks ago the Junior K. Janney died at his of Ranson; and Mrs. Jessie Beahm sister, Miss Nellie V. Johnston, Chamber of Commerce sponsored Fredericksburg, Va. at also of Ransom One sister, Mrs. and one granddaughter, Beverly an auction sale for the benefit on July 7,1961. Though Annie Darr, Hagerstown, Md.; Ann Hickman, all of Winchester, of the Park. The sale netted a- a semi-invalid for a brother, William N. Robinson and a number of nieces and neph- round $760. Suffering from chron of Ranson and four grandchildren ews. The funeral service was con- The speaker said that the sup- ;, his passing was un- and six great-grandchildren also ducted by the Rev. Jacob W. Mast ervised swimming pool is the survive. in JeffersOn County on The remains were taken to the Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. (DST), at'mst attractive feature of the Park. It is open from 1 to 6 daily. 1899, he was the son of Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- i the Braddock Street Methodist There is a wading pool for small Barnes and Thomas Jan. al Home in Ranson from where Church. children at 10 cents each. Season was the fifth generation services will be held on Friday whose horace was in at2 p. m. with the Rev. Carlyle The ,,,,,., u," He was highly talent. McDonald, pastor of the Charles drawing and Town Presbyterian Church, of- ficiating. Burial will be in Edge Reconcilliaflon To Be Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. 0 T 0 R O L A Bearers will be: Thomas Kemp, For Lutherans Herman Spear, William Hyatt, -- TELEVISION Oscar Seal, Harold Chamblin and Raymond Crum. [II. FI STEREO MRS. NANCY E. GREAVER ON ALL MAKES EBB'S & TELEVISION Washington St. Town, W.. V~.. PHONE 487 Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Eugenia Greaver were held Sat- urday, July 8th, at Feete's Funer- al Home, Brunswick, Md. Inter. ment being made at Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Greaver, the 81-year-old widow of Roy Greaver died on REPORT OF CONDITION OF Town, West Virginia, at the close Of business and the program, "Church Coun- 1961, a state banking institution organized and cil Presents," at 8:00 p. m. Wed- finder the banking laws of this State and a nesday, United Lutheran C mrch of the Federal Reserve System. Published in ac- Men meet at fhe Church for vis- itation in the Kin 's Men Crusade tickets are sold at reduced rates. The pool can be rented for private parties at $15.00 per night. This pear 200 are enrolled in the swim- ming classe; 9 to 12 noon for be- ginners and intermediates and 6 to 8 p. m. for Juniors and others. Mr. Huyett said that the tennis The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- courts are the second most pop- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran ular sports area. They are ligh- Church, Ranson, announced on ted at night Monday the following schedule of~ Another feature of the Park services for Sunday July 16 and is an outdoor basketball court, subsequent week-day events: and a soft ball field, besides the The Service at 8:30 a. m. and playground area, which constantly 11:00 a. m.; sermon "The Ministry I is in use by the young children. of Reconciliation." Nursery held It is equipped with sliding boards during worship for pre-schoot children. Sunday Church School and Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph R. Staley, Superintendent. Junior and Senior Luther Leagues meet at the Church at 5:00 p. m. Monday, annual General meeting of the United Lutheran Church Women at the parsonage with a covered dish supper at 6:30 p. m. swings, merry-go-round, see-saw, sand boxes, etc. Miss Alice Stiles, who is the Games Director reports that she has 15 to 20 people a day taking part in the games, some of which are, Kick ball, softball an@ bas- ketball. Patsy Zombro Mr. and Mrs.-' aY Hutchison a call made by the State Banking Authorities Federal Reserve Bank of this District. " .... ASSETS balances with other banks, and cash in process of collection .......... $ 586,133.24i Government obligations, direct i guaranteed ........................ 882,172.70 66,201.54 of.States and political subdivisions stocks (including $9,000.00 stock Reserve Bank) ................ 9,000.00 aad discounts (including overdrafts) ..................... 1,920.077.55 owned $61,512.00, furniture fixtures $15,686.34 ................. 77,198.34 aSSets .............................. 83.04 ASSETS $3 540 866 14 ,lo. ,.b,**..ol.a, *.. , , LIABILITIES of individuals, partnerships, ms ....................... $1,496,342.67 deposits of individuals, and corporations ....... ... 1,448,464.14 United States Government (includ- stal savings). ................... 21,171.34 of States and political subdivisions 187,374.88 (certified and officers' s, etc.) ........................... 8,431.19 DEPOSITS ........ $3,161,784.22 demand deposits $1,713,320.08 time deposits.. $1,448,464.14 - LIABILITIES ................... $3,161,784.22 CAPITA,L ACCOUNTS Common stock, total par value.. $ t00,000.00 ................................ 200,000.00 profits ....................... .. 74,082.19 (and retirement account for 5,000.00 379, 8 19 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $3 540 866 41 M E M O R A N-D A or assigned to secure liabilities other purposes .................. $ 485,000.00 T. Fiery, President, of the above-named bank declare that this report Of condition is true and the best of my knowledge and belief. FRISBY T. FIERY, President. Undersigned directors attest the correctness Of of condition ,and declare that it has been ex'- us and to the best of our knowledge and belief correct. FRANCIS N. WHITE, TURNER A. RAMEY, HARRY S. HESKETT, Directors. YCest Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: tOand subscribed before me this llth duy of SALLIE L. POSTON', Notary Public. at 7:00 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. They'll be off and running at Charles Town Memorial Park on Labor Day, September 4 at 2:00. This is the day the Jefferson County Jaycees' 4th Annual Tur. tle Derby gets under way. All merchants and individuals who participated last year with their purchases of a turtle are asked to be thinking of a name for their turtle entry this year. The cost of entering a turtle in the race is a $5.00 donation to the Jaycees. Each heat winner is awarded $5.00 and the grand prize for the winner is a $100.00 Sav- ings Bond. Last Year's Turtle Derby winner was "Wimpy" spon sored by Whitmore Lumber Com- ' H ........ Spaghetti Dinner and Carnival SPONSORED BY Evergreen 4-H Club Friday, July 14, 1961 BEGINNING AT 5:30 P. M. BARDANE COMMUNITY CENTER DINNER TICKETS:-- Adults $1:00; Children 50c Get Tickets from Club Mem- bers or at the door. July 13-1t. [ I ill and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchison and son Larry of Ill. spent last Mon- day through Wednesday with Mrs. Toni DeHaven. During their visit they called on many friends. Mrs. Ralph Church and her mother-in-law Mrs. Rudifuss Church and children visited Mrs. James Hafer on Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Halvosa spent the weekend at their cot- rage on the Patuxtent River. Mrs. Fred Unger and her son Kevin, Miss Faye McDonald and Mrs. Davis Ritter, all of Winchest- er, Va. were the Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous and family called upon Mrs. Stanley W. Zombro and Patsy of Kearn- eysville on Monday morning. Proud Parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Longer- beam are the proud parents of a girl named Barbara Jean, born on Wednesday, July 5, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed nine pound~ and one ounce. Mrs. Longerbeam is the former Miss Dorothy Pife, daughter of Mrs. Edna and the late Guss Pifer. Mrs. Longerbeam and the baby are doing fine. Mrs. Earl Harter spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Zeigler and son of near Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough and family went touring through the Smokey Mountains and spent the rest of their vacation at Colonial Beach, Va. Mrs. Toni DeHaven and her soy Graichen spent the day Sunday with her sister and niece, Mrs Beulah Parkinson and Mrs. Bill Gordon in Inwood. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. John- son and son Thomas Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kearns and Enema Abshire went to see the Oral Roberts Crusade in Cum- berland, Md. They went Saturday SOUTH GEORGE STREET RANSON, W. VA. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1961 BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D.S.T.) SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. H. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. For Information and Consignments Call CHARLES TOWN 7-R. July 13-1t. [night and spent the night in Mary land. Miss Hattie Engle of Charles Town spent tim weekend with Mrs. Lomse Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James and Mrs. Davie Ritter of Winchester, Va. called upon Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Fritts of Millville on Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Ritter spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harmn James. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White and children Debbie and Danny of Denver, Colo. left Thursday after a ten day visit with his pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs and daughter Mary Lynn were the Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Childs and family of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON near Berryville, Va. Later they THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 all called upon Mr. and Mrs. J ...... B. Childs of Berryville. Mr, and Mrs. Jay Kearns l ft on Monday morning oh their va- cation. They plan on driving to New York State arid on can: ada. Family Picnic The White's had their family picnic last Sunday at Martins- burg. Those present were; Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. Beatrice Fiddler, Mr. and Mrs. James Ruble, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White all of Middle- way, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dunlap and daughter, Charlotte, Mr. Ronda MEaS ADVOCATE 5---A Smallwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob1 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cross of Crum and sons, Donald and Bob Newton Falls, Ohio spent last of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday with his sister-in-law Cecil White and son Joseph of Mrs. Kerman Cross and family. MartLnsburg, Mrs. Holmes Rod- They stopped in on their way to gers of Falls Church, Va., Mr. and see their son who is stationed in Mrs. Donald Combs of Glen Bur- nie, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Char- les WhRe and children, Debbie and Danny of Dem4er Colo. They all had a wonderful time and enjoyed being together once again. Mary Whittington has returned to her home in Martinsburg after spending some time with Mrs. Joseph Barnes. South Carolina. Mrs. Ellie Page Miller and her daughters, Mary Morris Miller and Page Miller of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mason, III on South Samuel Street-in Charles Town. They arrived Monday afternoon, July 10 and will be here until July 15. tl // I. G. A. 16-oz. CANS DEL MONTE 303 CANS WELCH 24-oz. BOTTLE DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE 303 CANS DEL MONTE 303 CANS PARADISE Ll SALAD 6-oz. jar SUNSHINE lb. DIXIE BELL lbs. m DEEP BLUE LIGHT MEAT 7-oz. CANS RED HEART No.l$ CANS .00 WALDORF for LE SEUR ALL GREEN jar KELLOGG'S 10-oz. A NA SWEET MIXED 16-oz. JAR 2-oz. jar i " "': i ' ~ "1 LI , 1 ] ~ ' TENDER LEAF C 48's for CRACKER BARREL lb. CRISP FIRM RIPE WESTERN carton i i MEAT for JUMBO SIZE Ibs, lb. 5,lb. bag YOUNG ,SWEET PINK With This Coupon and Purchase of $5.00 Order or More SWEET BLACK 10.lb. bag U With This Coupon and Purchase of Any 2 Boxes Cake Mix--PillSbury Brand. = With This Coupon and Purchase of Gal. I. G. A. Ice Crea t With This Coupon and Purchase of G',do Jar Aetna Pickles. ii :!i! !