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ran(red Boys Attend Cub Scout Day Camp boys, 8, 9, and 10- participated in the Area Council's Cub Camp held at Camp , Gore, Va. Such a ,ided unique summer as part of the al program made by Shenandoah Area lqs, all registered Cub articipated in biking, !, riflery, archery, rag, nature activities, Zl team games. Other rots were a treasure m paing for "Camp Gold in the nearby All these activities carefi iI guidance of staff, along e assistance of parents, and volunteers ac- Scouts to camp. gram began each day i raising at 9:00. The lunch break at 12:30 ing flag ceremony at 'one was excited with gram and the quality ff under leadership of l ry, Camp Rock Enonl Cub Scout Day Camp James Sanders of g, expressed thanks duals w helped and that con- their success. sinesss aided in sponsored by Francis Asbury United +Methodist Church, Berkeley Springs, leader James P. Hammond; Pack 13, spon- sored by Chambers Mens Bible Class, Calvary United Methodist Church, Martinsburg, leader Shelby Newcome; Pack 16, sponsored by Marlowe Ruritan Club of Falling Waters, leader Velma Milburn; Pack 23, sponsored by Inwood United Methodist Church of Inwood, leader Philip Vetter. Pack 25, sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church, Martinsburg, leader Thomas Robinette; Pack 29, sponsored by Pikeside United Methodist Church, Martinsburg, leader Richard Campbell; Pack 33, sponsored by Shepherdstowz Elementary School of Shepherdstown, leader Burke Feaster; Pack 37, sponsored by HedgesviUe Elementary School of Hedgesville, leader Richard Campbell; Pack 39, sponsored by St. Thomas Lutheran Church of Ranson, leader James Brand; Pack 42, sponsored by Deborah Chapter No. 38 O.E.S., of Charles Town, leader Henry Yates; Pack 58, sponsored by Otterbein United Methodist Church of Martinsburg, leader James Golliday; Pack 66, sponsored by St. Joseph's Church of Martinsburg, leader leader Donald Moulden; Pack 2, sponsored by Mc- Faden Bible Class of First Presbyterian Church, Win- chester, leader Edward Mar- shall; Pack 63, sponsored by Senseney Road Elementary School, Winchester, leader Michael Evans; Pack 20, sponsored by Burnt Presbyterian Church, Win- chester, leader Alan Dick; Pack 107, sponsored by Gainesboro, Va., Ruritan Club, leader Margaret Hancock; Pack 1, sponsored by Grace Lutheran Church, Winchester, leader Robert Lofton, Jr.; Pack 10, sponsored by Apple Pie Ridge Elementary School, Winchester, leader Russell Fiddler; Pack 17, sponsored by the Robinson School, Win- chester, leader Carlton Flet- cher, Sr.; Pack 45, sponsored by Sacret Heart Parish, Win- chester, leader Albert Murr; Pack 3, sponsored by the Braddock Street United Methodist Church, Winchester leader Donald Jones; Pack 34, sponsored by Berryville, Va., Presbyterian Church, leader Jack Haines. Pack 15, sponsored by Stephens City.United Methodist Church, leader Hoyt Wilt; Pack 104, sponsored by Wesley United Methodist Church, Winchester, leader Larry Presgraves; Pack 9, sponsored by the Market Street United Methodist Church, of Winchester, leader Lanny Branner; Pack 150, sponsored by the Winchester Optimist Club, leader Michael Evans Cub Scout Day Scout Day Camp is in many -ways. !tubers pay their own ood, transportation, and patches, but the of camp and special Is a function of the Operating budget. ands are provided allocations from the Way. of Berkeley and an Counties of West and Frederick and )unties of Virginia. It es funds from the membership among members, of Scouting. units, leaders, and institutions having '-ipate were: Pack 12, James Brown; Pack 67, spon- sored by North Jefferson PTA of Kearneysville, leader Robert Hafner; Pack 83, sponsored by C. W. Shipley PTA, Harpers Ferry, leader Richard E. Michael; Pack 84, sponsored by Shannondale Hunting and Fishing Club, Harpers Ferry, leader Thomas McDermitt; Pack 95, sponsored by South Jefferson PTA, Charles Town, leader Wallace Mills; Pack 97, sponsored by Trinity Episcopal Church, Martinsburg, leader Frederick Willis; Pack 11, sponsored by Group of Citizens, Boyce, Va., leader Geri Mc- i Carty; Pack 46, sponsored by Stonewall Parent Teachers Pack 28, sponsored by the Woodstock Christian Church leader Richard Millard; Pack 88, sponsored by the Woodstock United Methodist Church, leader James Greer; Pack 117, sponsored .by St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Mt. jackson, leader J. Allen Kagey; Pack 118, sponsored by the BPOE of Front Royal, leader Clayton Turner; Pack 123, sponsored by the Woodville Baptist Church, leader Rev. B. Gale Titcheneil; Pack 76, sponsored by Men's Bible Class of St. Paul's United Methodist Church of Christ, Strasburg, leader Zane Coffelt Pack 75, sponsored by the 121, sponsored by the Maur- Brook Olive Ruritan Club, Toms Brook, leader Willianm Fuqua, 3rd. Sbenandh Area Council, Boy Scouts, is a participating agency of the Winchester-Frederick County United Way; The United Way of Berkeley County; the United Givers Fund of Jefferson County; and the United Way of Front Royal, Warren County. mittee members who retire this year. Nominees for the local board are: George Johnson, Mar- tinsburg and Cooper McQuilkin, Larue Parkinson and Richard Renaud, of Shepherdstown. Ladies nominated for the Farm Home Advisory Com- mittee are: Mrs. W. Gilbert Creamer, Sr., Kearneysville; Mrs. John DeBaugh, Mrs. John Southern Sta!esJ Martinsburg; Mrs. Allen Law, Bakerton; Mrs. George Rushizky, Shepherd- Annual Meetlngl stwn; Mrs Jhn Quinn, Jr., and Mrs. Reginal Seiders of Harpers Ferry. ISet For July" 24 Election of Advisory Board, Farm Home Advisory Com- mittee members, as well as operations reports, will highlight the Southern States Cooperative's annual mem- bership meeting for W. H. Knode's Sons on July 24 at Shepherd College \\;Student Center. The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. John W. Hendricks, Jr., of Shepherdstown, will serve as chairman of the local meeting. Harris K. Swann, of Win- chester, Va., a member of Southern States Cooperative's regional staff, will report on the over-all Southern States operations. His report will also emphasize the importance of cooperatives in helping farmer- owners attain a large measure of economic security. Cooperatives have given farmers a degree of economic security they never had before and have the )otential to make greater contributions to that security in the future. Through cooperatives farmers have beer able to work together to give themselves more control over the economics of farming. Cooperation is a tool that gives them more power in the market place than they could possibly have working alone. It enables them to share ownership in businesses that provide them with production supplies, marketing, credit, electrical and many other services. And they do it by pooling their resources to meet their common needs. Local operations and services rendered to agriculture in the community will be discussed by manager W. E. Rhode, Jr. In Shepherdmwn SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 Town Again Delays. Townhouse Approval A decision on an application for construction of several townhouses in Sbepherdstown was ce again delayed, this time at a special meeting of the Town Council held Wednesday, July 13. R Representatives of the Har- Ddsh eunion Hdd pers Ferry construction firm seeking the permit last month At JeffemnPark cautioned town officials of their individual liability in public The 4th annual Drisb reunion decisions, based on a recent was held Sunday, June 25th, Supreme Court decision. As Jefferson Memorial Park, with result, officials since have 61 members and 5 visitors refused to rule on the ap- present. The reunion began at plication. 3:30 with a short business meeting at 5:30. Awards were presented to Mrs. J. W. Drish, oldest at 88; Robert Christopher Drish youngest at 9 weeks old; Robert Liskey, traveling farthest from Long.Island, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drish, most recently married 4 years ago; Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, longest married, 47 years; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Liskey and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Drish largest families. The door prizes were won by Margaret Liskey and Tammy Pifer with the lucky members being drawn by Verna Liskey and Rev. Carmack former pastor of Brunswick Baptist Church. Mrs. also attended. Woodrow Drish had the invocation after whicl everyone enjoyed a delicious meal. The 5th annual Drish reuniov will he held on Sunday, June 24, 1979, at the park. Strasburg Christian Church Association, Clearbrook, Va., leader Daniel Evans; and Pack I II II I I CALLING ALL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WESTVIRGINIA Theme of the meeting will he joined in the singing of old OUrua o "Coo .pe ratives-Key to EconOmic fashioned songs of long ago. Led It-'""'"g""" CHARLESTON ::ecurity." There will be special by the program chairman, Mrs. recognition for local board and A. M. Lehamn. An excellent )"lht To You By Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF Farm Home AMEY'S theWEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston onl7th day of May, 1978. Advisory Corn-time was lenjoYled by aU" CASE No. 9138 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY, PURNITURE a corporation. JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK THAT CAN In the matter of increased HELPYOU rates and charges of Shepherdstown in the State of West Virginia, and Domestic PIVE BEDROOM WHEREAS, on the 18th day of November, 1977, The Subsidiaries at the close of business on June 30, 1978. IDEAS Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, filed revised BALANCE SHEET sheets to its Tariff P.S.C.W. Va. No. 1, stating increased ASSETS Mtt. Thor. rates and charges for furnishing electric service in the entire Cash and due from banks 578 to territory served by it in the State of West Virginia, to become U.S. Treasury securities 1,624 effective December 18, 1077; and Other bonds, notes, and debentures 1 AARP Holds Annual Picnic Morpn Park With beautiful weather prevailing, forty-five members of local Chapter 799, American Association of Retired Persons, gathered Thursday, July 13, at Morgan;s Grove Park for the annual picnic. Following a delicious covered dish dinner, served under the canopy of the park pavilion, all n- he RAMEY Space underneath, as the surface You can take the increased above the chest Lg a group of or other ac- there to make to end the "things" in a tU USe ; es that can be and de rative. or books, TV, family pic- Attractively Way to put new rbedro Lis to leadbos . Give a decorator look a headboard that eaatch the suite. kg a single Pattern over and draperies way to non-descript into a dramatic thing that adds of a bedroom a nice folding reens privacy in they're to create a to a room. 1, or WHEREAS, by order dated December 7, 1977, The' Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, was made respondent to-this proceeding and, pending investigation, hearing, and decision thereon, the aforesaid revised tariff sheets were suspended and the use of the rates and charges stated therein deferred until the 16th day of April, 1978, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission, to enable the Commission to examine and investigate the supporting data filled with said revised tariff sheets and to provide time for the Commission's Division of Accounts, Finance and Rates to make a study and report concerning the matters involved herein; and WHEREAS, by order dated February 17, 1978, the aforesaid tariff filing was continued in Suspension as ordered on December 7, 1977, until the 23rd day of May, 1978; and WHEREAS, in the order dated February 17, 1978, this matter was set for hearing, on iterim issues only, to he held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston at 10:00 a.m., EST; which hearing was held and continued for further hearing on April 17, 1978, in Charleston, and May 11, 1978, in Martinsburg; and oral argument was heard on the interim issues at the Commission's Hearing Room in Charleston on May 15, 1978; and WHEREAS, there remains additional issues to be brought before the Commission before a final decision can be ren- dered herein. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that this matter he set for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 8th day of August, 1978, at 9:30 a.m., EDT. At that time all witnesses for all parties may be subjected to cross-examination and all parties may present rebuttal testimony. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that on or before July 14, 1978, the Commission's staff and any intervenors are to prefile their cases. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, give notice of the time and place of the hearing herein by posting a copy of this order in a conspicuous place where bills for electric service are paid for a period of at least fifteen (15) days prior to the 8th day of August, 1978, for public inspection, and by publishing a copy of this order twice in newspapers published in each of the Cities of Charles Town, Martinsburg, Berkeley Springs, Romney, Keyser, Moorefield, Petersburg, and Franklin. The first publication in each of the newspapers shall be made not less than fifteen (15) days prior to the 8th day of August, 1978. The second publication in each of the newspapers shall be made not more than ten (10) days nor less than seven (7) days prior to the 8th day of August, 1978. The respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a cor- poration, shall make due return of said publication on or before the day of hearing, August 8, 1978. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Acting Secretary of the Cammiion he, and she hereby is, directed to serve a copy of this order upon the respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, and upon all intervenors of record, by United States Certified Mail, return receipt requested. A Copy. Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary Town Attorney Douglas Rock- well said his request for counsel from the state Attorney General's office had not been answered but was forthcoming. "There is still a question in the minds of the Planning Com- mission members. Regardless of which way the council decides they still must find out if they're liable," he said. "We must he absolutely sure; we must tread lightly at the present time." The application was filed on June 3, under a previous town zoning program that gave of- ficials no authority to deny the permit. Applicant Larry Rufrano noted the assurance given by former Mayor Charles Bosley, that the application would not be subject to provisions of the recently adopted zoning ordinance, which severely restricts future con- struction. Rockwell refused to advise "whether the law is retrospective" until he receives additional legal opinion. Mayor Clarence Wright, who called the special Wednesday session on the night before, at the first Town Council meeting under his administration, said, "I still don't know what it's all about." After the meeting Rufrano said that remodeling work soon would begin of a structure on the same lot, a request that was I Illl I LIAN(ES \\; 00wn, W. Va. July 20, 2t Corporate stock 42 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 600 a. Loans, Total 10,861 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 63 c. Loans, Net 10,798 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 741 Real estate owned other than bank premises 62 Other assets 13 TOTAL ASSETS 14,459 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,857 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 8,996 Deposits of United States Gov't. 61 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,268 Certified and officers' checks' 50 TOTAL DEPOSITS 13,232 a. Total demand deposits 3,653 b. Total time and savings deposits 9,579 Other liabilities 9 TOTAL LIABILITIES 13,241 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 12,000 b. No. shares outstanding 12,000 (Par value) 120 Surplus 750 Undivided profits 337 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 11 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 1,218 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 14,459 MEMORANDA Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call date: due from banks 630 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 440 c. Total loans 10,669 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more 406 e. Total deposits 12,905 Time deposits of $100,000 Oi" more: a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of . $100,000 or more 406 I, Denver L. Hipp, Cashier, of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: Denver L. Hipp H. Max Derr Sam M. Skinner Directors , Edwin M. Morrow State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July, 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. Margaret Skinner, Notary Public My commission expires April 2, 1979. III I IIIII approved when the townhouse construction request was deferred. Charles Town Resident On College Dean's List Miss Patricia Zigler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward L. Zigler, of Charles Town, was among more than 500 undergraduate students named to the dean's list at Hood College for the Spring semester. To qualify for inclusion on the dean's list, seniors must achieve a grade point average of 3.3; juniors a 3.2; sophomores a 3.1; and fre h: nel, 3.0. The average is computed on a four point scale. Hood is an independent liberal arts college, offering an un- dergraduate program for women which combines academic excellence and practical career experience in' twenty-six major areas of study. School Advisor/Group Meeting Set FOr July 26 The regular monthly meeting of the Advisory Council of the Emergency School Aid Act, ESAA, will be held in the board room at the Jefferson County Board of Education offices on Wednesday, July 26, 1978, at 4 Lm. WESTERN MARYLAND CONSIGNMENT SALE At Shank's Show Barn located about 3 miles east of Hagerstown on U.S. 40 in Washington County, Maryland. FRIDA YEVENING, JULY 28 7.'00 P. M. 25 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS 25 Majority Fresh or Close-Few Calves.Bull Several sired by Whirlhill Kingpin and Round Oak Rag Apple Elevation. Other A I. sires include Paclamar Astronaut, P A Longview Big Apple, Arlinda Jet Stream, Harrisburg Gay Ideal, Vigo Charmcross and Rosemere Fury Ivan. These Sell: A fresh Kingpin dtr. whose dam is VG 89 with 23,930M and 922F. A first calf Elevation dtr. whose dam is VG and has 657F. An Elevation Jr. yearling whose GP 82 dam has four times over 700F. A Kingpin dtr. due sale day to Elevation. Her dam VG 87 with 20,130M and 665F. An Astronaut Sr. yearling whose GP 84 dam has 17,810M and 629F. A fancy October '77 Elevation calf, A Jet Stream dtr. due in August to Jerry. A Charmcross dtr. due in September; her dam GP 84 with 623F. A Lucky dtr. sells fresh with 25,060M and 917F as a 3-yr. old. Sale Sponsored by the Washington County Holstein Association Remsburg Sale Service, Sale Managers Jefferson, Maryland 21755 Phone: 3,01-473-8214 July 20-1t *intersection Skd gf.*9 defferson Ave. CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. Fruit Drinks Dairy Store:,,. GrandOpeningl Register NOW to Win .... FREE TelevLsion Set! Name: ,, Address: Street Town ........ Zip State,, Telephone_+ Drawing will be held on Sunday Night at the close of the Grand Opening Sate. Winner does not have to be present to win. 00own - dazy" , 1978