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] i The Charles Town High Pan- Tt was the second consecutive ors rallied just enough in the[shutout the Panthers have reg- ird period to overcome the un-!istered in as many weeks, and peeled and stubborn defense of Coach Doug Lutman had unstint- e Loudoun County (Va.) Raid- ed praise for not only the great s of Leesburg, Va., Fridav night I defensive play of Mercer, but L the Panther s home field and ] also had a lot of good words for in a. hard-fought 7-0 victory ] Mike Alvarez, Richard Mills Mike 'or their visitors t McKee, John Shockey, Cliff Wil- AL~hou-h the"Panthers eom[~n' Alex Doleman and Glenn at-" s .... . "[Hinton Alvarez played the best ea only two m lZ passes, one " i them, a short six-yarder from ]gmaame safidh Sa:~teba:hla~r~le~L~t3 mrterback Leeds Corbin to Dew [- -" ' -- -'--"ber as Mer p . ~cgues, the same nunr . - erkS, provided the only score ...... , ...... ed nose cer, in pmyang .he rugg , the ball game in the third] ............ Mills also ,~iod and it held up for the [tgUarnr6~l~"~nUc~7 in his ~Je- mthers' second victory as again- I o.=i,,= ,.,la l-lln.tnn had "nine sa .e number of defeat. {tackles a~bol'eman: Mc~,ee-an-d e t arde was mostly a oeten- I even ~e one on the 1.~rt of both t~u~~ [ Lou~oun county initiated the me way despite me tact u I ~,~ ~,~,l ~arin~ drive in the ..Co_(linty p~ked up a n~ of /~ir~ period'by ~rnoving to the ym-us on me ground arm in I Oho, o. hut Shockev air, and (hharles Town had ., .. ;7 M,,~h ,, ~h .... ~ .... am"~ [ stopped the drive by nallmg John :,k....~:,, y, ,L~ j~,,a~. ~ " ] Dudley for a big loss on a crucial ~trtm the two no-yarn stmpes. I third down play. Then after Char- Vthile there were many fine [ los Town had failed to move very Mrts contributed on the part[much against the big Loudoun nearly a dozen of the Par~ther I County line Alvarez stopped an- ~yers, ,it was undoubtedly the ! other "L~udoun march by coming nflaers all-Staler Tom Mercer I up with a fumbled ball. lo was the most ot~tstanding [ In the third period after Mer- dyer on the field for either leer had pounced on a Loudoun am fom start to finish despite [fumble, the Panthers moved to e fact he sustained a bad lacer- [ the Loudoun County fouryard ion of the upper 1.ip in the[line before their scoring drive ird period. Mercer, who covered I was batted. amst as much territory as a line ] r~ ~ho final nerind i~ was Mer- ker as 4id the Loudoun Cou-lcer who played havoc with the REPORT OF CO TDITION OF PEOPLES BANK Of CHARLES TOWN Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia 25414, at e close of business September 20, 1966, a state banking stitution organized and operating under the banking laws this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. }bit,shed in accordance with a call made by the State Bank- g Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this istrict. ASSETS Dollars-Cts. sh, balances with other cash nited Sta es G0ve ent Ob2igatiorm, O0 direct and guaranteed ............ r ........699,416. fligations of States and political subdivi,sions 241,638.95 curities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by United States ........... 200,000.00 ;her z urities (including $i0,500.00 co-" --* "tocks 10,500.00 '. ......................... ;her loarm and discounts ...................... premises, furniture and fix.tures, and ..... 7 42 other assets representing bank premmes .... lav,va . assets . ................ 5,007.49 the mud The game was also ASSETS . ............ .... 5,479,575.93 LIABILITIES of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............. ::. ". ........ 1,737,102.94 me and savings deposits of indiwduals, partnerships, and corpora(runs ... ......... 2,356,841.36 United. States Govermnen ......... 29,593.40 of States and political subdivisions 773,345.34 and officers' checks .. .............. 15,617.81 : .... $4,912,500.85 (at Total demand deposits ...... $2,555,659.49 (b) Total time & savings deposits $2,356,841.36 LIABILITIES ..................... 4, 912,500o85 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (el (kxmmon stock--total par value .......... No. shares authorized 4,000 No. shares outstanding 4,000 ..., o...o*, o...''''" profits .......................... for contingencies and other capital reserves ' ........... 10O,00O.0O 250,000.0O 196,992.20 20,082.88 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. 567,075.08 LIABILITIES CAPTIAL ACCOUNTS ................... 5,479,575.93 MEMORANDA of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ................. 4,714,498.51 of total loans for the 15 calendar day ending with call date ................. 3,012,981.66 as shown in "Assets" are after deduction of valuation reserves of .................. 13,888.25 I, C. Manning Smith, President, and G. L. Shunmker of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and C. MANNING SMITH President G. L. SHUMAKER Cashier We, the madersigued directors, attest the correctness of report of condition and declare it has been examined by and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and WILLIAM P. CAIN ROGER J. PERRY F. N. WHITE Directors of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of Sep- 1966. EPHRAIM W. DAY, Notary Public My Commission Expires September 10, 1969. y,wd TD run. On the fifth play of the third period Raymond Johnson, one of lh( hardest running h~Ifhacks in lhe section, spz'inled 5z yards for [-'.-':: .......... ' .............................................. " ............................ the fourth Cardinal touchdown to gi~e them a 27-0 lead. And just t " before the third period ended i , ~ ' Coach Jimmy Kessel's unprc- of 232 net yards rushing to a Ron Russe)l intercepi~l another .., (, . , .. ~ ..... " ~'Vlussennan pass to set me sage ~ dlctable 1,)66 t,rld machine ~as mole 56 for Musselman and m ......... i .& r :~-- ---7/ running just"perfectlyFridaythe air they had a total of 91lor a 2u-yar(t tOUChe(own scoring ~" / , ' , " " ' . . , pass from Boyd to Wright : .... ~ t.~/h~,:~ a,ftcrnoon when ~t took on the yards to ]ust 34 fm Musselman. ,- , - ...... ._--*~ ~ ~ t Musselman ttigh Applemen on Kidrick's four-yard jaunt, eli- The Lardma!s. now 2-I on the : d ~ ~ [:the Cardinals' home track, and maxing a 45-yard drive midway season had }!l.elr t{est day on pass : ~- . - -. _ - - i ~ ~ ]l,he result was a 34-0 docision for of the first period, brought the deIense, t)utimg (town a, l()t~l of I~]~.~~ ~ ~J l the Cardinals, tlae most decisive first scoring of the b~l.llc. Then five Carc:~nals passes..zne ual'tl- =. ~ ~ " .~..- _d ~ ~ [victory the Keesehnen have been ,..;n ....... r the second ~eriod he inals also pounc-~ on two of the ~"~~ ~.. ! [~t~: ltoOt r;/~.lS~urssieqm~a~neaYe:l~ ~'~lo~Pld~pO::~dqlloeftn en:rel:~te; thl~ee ~pS;7~=;: f:d~boten~y two ~ ~~ ~ I the most humilitating one they ::'. ..... : ." " . , real good offensive plays in the .... ~:~:.--_ -- .... ! ~ ! have ever been handed by the roCKy wmgnt nau mzercepteu a game. the first a 29-yard pass :'~:,,~,'wn~m~lll~ ~ .... ....... . ~ Cardinals Mussehnan pass. And just before ! play from Gary Orsini to .lin~ .~. , .. [, . .... ) .. ...., ......... ' . [ The Ca~'dinals, who had opened [ the first half came to a close I Blair and a 22-yard jaunt by Way- ~nrssmr caxs are attracuveiy cnangea menuty man an x~oo ~nryster engines "' "" " I " " " I their season with an easy victory. ] Kidrick again took off an a 62- ] nc McDonald. in appearance for ;1967 with new metal I have significant improvements with the [were out to recover some of the1 sculpture, new front and rear designs and[440 cubic inch engine, which becomes [prestige they had,....._..__.~..).~...~lost the week l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE semi-fastback roof styling for two-doort/standard in 300 Series cars as well as New t ~t""~*~ ~t'it:[ previous w[henHt:u v~v" c--'~" I t]e.y gW:~.lUU~O~,' THURSI)AY, SEI~rEMBER 29, 1966 C--2 hardtops. A new series of Newport Custom~ Yorkers, completely new for 1967. New ~ Eagles And they di~l~ just ti~at ears available in two-door hardtop, four-[standard features for 1967 include an im- [with hard-runniI~g Ron i~idrick[ " ' ' - - I ........ I anti ~-(rr)'~,'~n~ lt~,hncnn londln ~ ~I)I~OIOll)I(IOIOIOI(/Oll door hardtop and four-door sedan models, ] pact absorbing steering column, a dual [ ?;" ..... " ............... :: ..... ~.:" .... t ....... , ). . . .. .... t lne recovery operailons. Tne pass t--- -= are offered to broaden Chrysler. s coverage j DraKe. system .... W~tu a warning light, new ing. combinatlon of Lam~ Boyd ] ~ ~::::~ ~::::~ ..... ~ ~. I-~" I[Z:~ of the medium price market. The other[ wmdshmld w pers w th non-reflectmn and Ricky Wright also added four series-Newport, 300, New Yorker l metal parts, and a redesigned left outside the ground and air bl!tzillg wh!ch~ D I A M O S D R I N 6 S .... ! .,. . . , ~. .. ivne Car(llnals unieasnect on tne/ and Town and Country wagons--are re-/mirror w~tn remote control ~nown is the u,,~o-) ..... *,,,,,~ ............... tamed, xwth even sironger separate styling] Newport Custom two-door hardtop. J From the early part of the| i~;~:~:~i:~2~:~;~:~i~:~`~i~i~:~i~i~;:~ii~ .... . I t flrst period when Ron Kldrmk| ~::~::~::~i~!~:~:~::~::~.~i~::.~::~::~:~:~::~:~i~i~:~:::~::::::::~:~i~::~:.~i l~-~~ scored the first of h~s three touch ..... : ......... +,:., ......... ,+.:::~ .......... ~,~ ..... 127 Net Yards Rushmg 136 i e '~ ............ i~ ............... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::..',::::: in 3 downs for the afternoon, unt 1 th :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::,~:~:~:~:::.:::,::::~:::~:~:~:~*::~.~:~:~:: 10 ~Yards Pass g 3 ....... ~:::~: ....... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t final whistle, it was Shepherds ~ .................... : .................. :::~ 137 Net Yards Gained 169 ~ " ~::~:::~ ::!:#~i:!~ ~9. p ...... .= ~ ~ ~[~ I town all the way in almost a bree- t ~::i::: ::i~l ~~'~A~~ A-- --~t~u~ j,,) [ t : ,:,:.,.: %:,:.:: :':', .......... 3 ~m ---- a~ --~ / ze. The Cardinals ran over [i~:~: ~! ~~'/~'~~ 9 lncomnleted 9 ITnm~ /hit~ gat~aa I~u [around and through the Mussel-]iI i ~'//~/~'i Had Intercepted 3]/lilIC lili-'~ d~[l~flil UV [man line, and passed both long/ii~~;~i l~"~'/~~i ; ~,,..~,of ................... /and short in a suceessfu,1 fashion. 1[:: ~r~#/~~/~ a n~- Rec-vered 1111~ I ~ . 41 ~ [ The Cardinals struck for three ~~~il ~'/~-~~ 5 Opp Recorvered 1 tRa ffal ~,nMnae l~_| [touchdowns in the first half, all[~::~ ~/~~~ 25 Yar~s Penalized 45 I I lfiUIUI ~l~ll II~ i-~ ] of them on long runs by Kidrick, |i l~i)/~~~ I mW ~ / and this unexpected burst of run-] I~~-"~ Scores by quarters [ | nin power on the a~t of the +-- t g P I ..................................... Charles Town 0 0 7 0.--7[ The Harpers Ferry tIigh Tigers, lion and area, only picked up 45 Cardinals, shook the Applemen so Loudoun County 0 0 0 (}--4) ] who were sailing along wRh an I yards on the Tiger line, but his badly they were only able to [ unblemished record of two wins clutch running and passing made mount a scoring drive once in the Charles Town Jr. /and one tie, ~epped up in classI the difference, entire game. That one brief off- ..-~.Z~=.~., ~,:,:?,~:,:::~::i~i~':~::~:,~i~!i~'~i:!;~:..:~:i~:: [ Saturday afternoon on their home[ The Tigers did, however, botch ensive spark came late in the ~[/=~7~7"_'~_'~ ii~ii~i,~!~!!:]i~i~iiiiiii:~!!ii::::~ii~:~i~~:i!!~!ii~!':~ .... ,, .. ,~ | gridiron when they met the Berk- two fine opportunities to score in second period vthen they moved ~~~ ~i:~:~!~!:i ! HlflB hrtamen r0n I eley Sprmgs H~gh Indians, and the first period as the result of a to the Cardinal 10-yard strrpe be-, l~.~],k~l !~:~?.~:::~i~