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t Crlm Id 77777 .. HOMEMAKERS Point Extension Club met Thurs. the home of Mrs. DelColle, with 20 and five guests was ca2ed Lhe president and with devotions by Mrs. Gene Bane. the minutes i meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were discussed and plans were made for the group to tour the Hickory Farms store in Hagerstown, Md., on Aug. 2. It was decided that a covered dish dinner for the members and their friends would he held at the White Church in Middleway on Sep- tember 29 rather than the customary family picnic. A committee was appointed to arrange for the club's educational exhibit at the Jef- ferson County Fair and project circulars for the past year were collected, after which the D REPORT OF CONDITION OF BANK OF CHARLES TOWN West Virginia. And Foreign and Domestic Sub- the close of business June 30, 1978, a state banking I organized and operating under the banking laws of this member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and Reserve Bank of this District. Dollar Amts. in ASSETS Thou. Bil. Mil. Thou. banks I481 848 U.S. Government agencies 475 subdivisions 2,907 and corporate stock 19 sold and securities purchased under areements in domestic offices 700 14,794 ;: Reserve for possible loan losses 68 furniture and fixtures, and other assets 'ASSETS LIABILITIES deposits of individuals, partnerships, savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, Gov't. States and political checks IN DOMESTIC OFFICES savings deposits IN DOMESTIC AND 19,695 6,588 13,107 EQUITY CAPITAL stock 22,000 22,000 (par value) Profits contingencies and other TAL " AND CAPITAL MEMORANDA r days ending with report date: and due from banks sold and securities purchased under 14 275 12 21,443 : 5,163 12,757 ll6 1,339 320 19,695 20O 19,895 220 400 881 47 21,443 1,431 1,221 13,870 of $100,000 or more in 3OO in domestic and foreign offices 19,493 of $100,000 or more in domestic offices outstanding as of deposit in denominations of more 300 K. Christman, Executive Vice President, of the above- hereby declare that this report of condition is true knowledge and belief. John H. K. Christman ned directors, attest the correctness of this , that it has been examined by us and Our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Frisby T. Fiery Henry M. Snyder, Jr. Directors W. P. Cain County of Jefferson, ss: ribed before me this 18th day of July, 1978. Mija J. Fremberg Notary Public 22, 1987. IN Lawn and Equipment MowerL Choose the 85 cut, 8 hp engine and or the 55 with 28" cut and $950" Family Circle Singers To Minister At Bolivar Church This Saturday, July 22, at 7:00 p. m., the Family Circle Gospel Singers. 'shown above,will minister at the Bolivar International Pentecostal Church of Christ, located adjacent to the KOA Kampgrounds south of Harpers Ferry. The Family Circle Singers, from Stanley, Va., have ministered in this area on numerous occasions, and have been well received in every instance. The church pastor, the Rev. Samuel Miller, invites the public to attend and enjoy worship and fellowship. evening's lesson was presented. This was an interesting program on Iceland presented by Mrs. John Magaha, who opened the program by in- traducing her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Emmert, who bad spent more than two years in Iceland while her husband was stationed with the armed forces there. Mrs. Magaha distributed questionnaires containing facts concerning Iceland, which later were discussed, and read a number of descriptive items about the geography, the people i and the industries of that country taken from a booklet prepared by Miss Karolina Gudmundsdotter who is an: exchange student from Iceland studying Home Economics at the University of West Virginia. Following this, Mrs Emmert displayed a number of mementos of her years there and showed the group many in- teresting colored slides por- traying the characteristics of Iceland and related a number of amusing experiences, giving the program a personal touch. A social hour followed ad- journment during which a quiz was won by Mrs. William Hale, and refreshments were served the hostess assisted by her co- hostess, Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven. Mrs. Philip Creamer, her son John Philip, and her daughter, Julie Creamer, attended the wedding of Miss Dianne Hilliard and Mr. Ralph Cain which was solemnized on Sunday at the Asbury U.M. Church in Charles Town, and were guests at the reception which followed. Mrs. Joe Cooper of Walnut Hills was a guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and son. ECW MEETS The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit, met at the church on Tuesday with five members present. The early afternoon was given to readying the church for the annual visitation of the Rt. Rev. Robert Atkinson. A brief business meeting followed opened by devotions led by Mrs. Harold Hinton, during which several matters were discussed and plans were finalized for the yard sale to be held on the church lawn on Saturday, July 29. At its conclusion, refresh- ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland of Hagerstown, Md., were visitors Sunday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Together with Mrs. Rowland, they visited with her mother, Mrs. Bonn Crim, at the Jeffersonian Manor and later had dinner at the Bat- tletown Inn in Berryville. Miss Stepbanie Cheshire spent Sunday night and Monday visiting with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and daughter in Berryville. Mark Rudolph returned home Saturday from Buckhannon, W. i Va., where he had spent the past week in attendance at the Bobcat Basketball Camp at W. Va. Wesleyan College. J Mrs. Jack Adrian and family ' of Herndon, Va., were visitors i Saturday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heffiin, Mr.[ and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and with other friends in the area. Two local students were among the graduates at the eighth annual commencement at i the James Rumsey Vocational Center which was held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Miss Julia Creamer received her iplona in drafting and Kirby DeHaen received his in machine trades. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven and son. Both students are already employed in their chosen fields, Miss Creamer having been employed as an architectural draftsman with a construction company in Berkeley Springs, since May. Paul Rudolph spent Friday and Saturday visiting with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son in Orchard Hills and with them visited a number of places of interest in the Gaithersburg, Md., area including the Carnivorous Plant area in the Cedarville State Park and Skateboard Lane. Little Miss Jennifer Cheshire celebrated her 2nd birthday on Friday, and sharing the occasion with her at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire, in Berryville, Ya., were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwoed Cheshire, their daughter Stephanie, their son-in. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Karl DeHaven and daughter, Mrs. Deborah Lockwood and children, Pamela and J. W. of Middleway. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire and Stephanie visited with the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael at their home in Augusta, W. Va. The Rt. Rev. Robert Atkinson Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, made his annual visitation to the Church of the Holy Spirit and Grace Church, Middleway, on Sunday morning and following the ser- vice at thelatter, was honored at a covered dish luncheon held at the White Church. Those at- tending were the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and children, Mrs. Harold Hinton, Mrs. Clayton Stagner, Mrs. Stuart Crim, the Misses Imogene Thomson, Edna Farnsworth, Vicky Glassford, Mr. Allen Glassford and Miss Shirley Macoughtry. Mrs. Clay Stamey returned home Saturday from Fairmont, W. Va., where she had spent the past week. Mrs. Stamey was one of three persons from this area who had been selected to attend a class in cafeteria management held at Fairmont State College. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and son accompanied by Karen and Doug Stamey, visited Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hines and family. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph and sons were guests at a cook- out held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Mark. The Summit Point Little League All-Stars will play two post season games this week, one in Charles Town on Thurs. day and one in Berryville on 'riday. LEETOWN Mrs, Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 "2_'- .......... David Wilson celebrated his 9th birthday Sunday with a small party with Mr. Carl Hill of Bakerton and Mrs. Millard Edwards as guests. Mrs. Kitty Knuth, New London, Wise., and Mrs. Ira Linker, Richmond, Va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zack - WiT. , I LAWN TRACTOR .... ] i' Cub Cadet Lawn and Garden Trsctore. Tough, fast, yet quiet and easy to hsndle. Available with dozens of attachments. 6 models, 10 to t 6 hp, hydroGtstic or gear drive transmluion. ,,..,, $1850" CadeIP Lawn TrectOcB with 36  mower for Rotary Tiller comes ' with easy-start, 5 hp ; engine t ngertip =. controls end adjustable ,)j width and depth .!:..- " controls. 26" swath. , Now o.=y i ")  $310" ' Power Washer Delivers 500 psi ! pressure to blast away dirt and grime. Cleans trucks, cars, smooth cut. 8 hp qmgine, hydrostatic or engine. ear drive transmission. Kay start. PTO, Optional  mar bagger, hydraulic lift and 1-pt. Fleming from Tuesday till Wednesday. Kitty and her late husband Ben Knuth, lived and worked at the Federal Fish Hatchery about 30 years ago. Very few of their friends are still living in I.etown. Mrs. Leroy Jefferson spent last week in Fairmont attending a child nutrition workshop. Mrs. Keuna Caton and John Blossey, Falls Church, attended her class reunion on Saturday at Cliffside and Sunday spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts. Congratulations to Linda Kay Jefferson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jefferson on being named to the Dean's List for the spring semester. The college takes pleasdre in honoring those students who have earned superior academic standing. The Dean's List includes only those who have attained an outstanding point average this term. We hope that she will enjoy continued success throughout her professional Linch attends Fairmont College in Fairmont, W. Va. A Children's Day Program was given at the Methodist Church on Sunday. Recitations, songs and Bible readings were given by the children and the On Wednesday, Mrs. Gene ]tarliper, and daughter Lydia, Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and Mrs. James Locke were shopping at the Hagerstown Mall. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dilley, Ft. 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