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November 11, 1982

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NOVEMBER 11TH 118 - NO. 44 CHARLES TOV, (Jefferson County), WEST VIRGINIA 254 14 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1962 24 PAGES - PER COPY 20 Benefit urday Night Nov. 18 Deadline For Chnstmas P ade Entries +4 9 Persons Share In I I ! ~ ~i~ ~ Thursday, Nov. 18 is the deadline that has been set for accepting entries in the pre- ChrisUnas parade to be staged in downtown Ranson and Charles Town, Satm-day morn- ing, Nov. ~0, Mrs. Forrest (Geraldine) WilFmgham, eLairman of the Christmas parade committee, said Tuesday anyone, group, business or organization plan- ning to have an entry in the parade and has not filed an err I II II Harley Staggers, Jr+, ~)f Keyser, State Senator from this 16th WNa. Senatorial District, who was elected to the U.S. from this Second Con- gressional District, in the Nov. 2 election, will be the speaker for the Memorial Day Services After a slight decline in hoth ed the largest'increase in $334,407.39 paid out, This money and club members in Christmas Savings, going amount was ~,327.71 under 1981for the irtrst th-ne in years, from $41,889+41 in 1981 to last year and the number of Christmas Club Savings show- $111,098.09 this year, foranin- club members dropped by 296, try should do so immediately to be held Thursday afternoon by calling her at 725-7464 or the at2pm, at t.he Charles Town ed a slight increase again in crease of $69,208.12. going from lA20 in1081to1,1PA Jefferson County Chamber of Asbury United Methodist 1082, but the total did not equal The number of participating in 1962+ Commerce office at 725-2055. Chu/ch. the record payoff of 191+0. members in the Charles Town The Peoples Bank of Charles Mrs. Willin~ said the Mrs+ Isabel Albright, The "big payoff" of Shenandoah FederalClubsalso Town paid out a total of above picture+Gary is shown on the far parade committee had docided patriotic conductr~,=~,s for Jef- 11,475,150.28 paid out by the six ~ped ~ 97 in1981to 326 in $250,340.30 in 1982 to 952 club king with other members of 1960-81, that only one Santa Claus will ferson Memorial Post NO. 3522, lendlngs and savings agencies 1982. Over-all Shenandoah members as against $254,331.76 be permitted in the parade, and Veterans of Foreign Wars of tgers"group, she cautioned those planning to Charles Town, said the pro+ HARLEY STAGGERS, Jr. Jnthe~0~uRyto4,829~.J~ FederalSavingsshowedatotal to 967 club members in1981+ recently was a re.a! shot in the of $220,617.35 paid out in The Bank of Harpers Ferry, ingers community sale offering all types of have entries not to use a Santa gram will be opened with ap- arm to the County s economy. Christmas Club savings to 629 the youngest bank in the court- .concert ~ benefit delicious baked goods. Plan Claus as part of their entry, proprlate patriotic music by Scout troops and Brownie and While the amount of the 1982 people from their 3 offices ty paid out a total of $106,650.50 The ~ Tovm Downtown the Charles Town Junior High Cub Scout Packs, will also payont was up by $4,829 over in Charles Town, Martinsburg in 1962 to 388 club members as R~.n wiU begin now to stop by for few minutes Retail Merchants Association, Band, The Rev. James W. place individual flowers in against $108,245.50 to 422 club NOV. 13 at the to make yonr donation to this spansoring unit for tbe parade, Chambly, Jr pastor of the memory of those Jefferson the $1,473~SL52 of last ycar, the and Berkeley Springs. sum a! 6 p.m+ and very special benefit, is also still seeking contri~- Meffsxlist Church will have the County men and women who number of participating club The Blakeley Bank and Trust members in 1981. members dropped once again, Company in Ranson, the only The Jefferson Security arough 11 p+m. Fo]]owing is the schedule for tions to help finance the opening prayer and Mrs. Rhon- paid the supreme sacrifice in this time by 201 fewer par- one of the five county hanks to Bank s payout was $104,023.00 available at any of the longer acts during the even- I j ef.ferson Count~ ing: 6:00-6:25 Jefferson Pop parade. The request, for such da Wolfe, president of the VFW past wars. . ticipants. The number of club show an increase paid out a to 316 club members in 1982 funds are being made to all tho Auxiliary, spor ~on~ unit for Agroupfromtheyonmgronp members in 1982 was 4,829 in total of $568,611,001o 1,753club against $117,228.00 to 353 cnml, o oyc~mtac- Singers;6:35-6:55Elementary businesses in the downtown the program, will preside for of the VFW Auxiliary -- the l~2 as against 5,030 in1981, members. This was an increase members in1981. P ~inge,"s. Tickets School Dancers; 7:05-7:25 area of Charles Town, to theprngram, intreduces~youth of Teday and l eaders of This year as last, onlytwoof in m~ payont of $20,788,75 While some oLthe money Id at the door if Charles Town Presbyterian organizations and to in- guests, and extend a welcome Tomorrow -- will also have a the county s savings facilities over last year. But thenumber' which has been paid out within lsavailable. Church Be]] Choirj" 7:35-7:55 dividtmls.+ Those to to those present, part in the program, according edinereasesinChristmas of tho who shared in the the past ten days in dfv[ GarY Whitrs of entertain- 8:05-8:25Mountain City Union,The Galloway Gospel Singers, help with the fmancial osts of A number of veterans ofto Mrs. Albright, who is again Savings --Shenandoah Federal Christmas checks was 13 less Club savings, may have been ~/OaPs.~mger 8 : 35-8 : 55 Brothers of Harmony, this annual Christmas project World War I will be reco~ serving as chairman of the Savings and Loan and Blakeley than last year. re