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| mm | | t shopping season said had been Town and Ran a real boost Friday, m Claus came to days there hadn't been Christmas shopping in but early -=r~oon stores, bulging variety of gift mer- to get the bus- as the hour drew near- arrival of old St. Nich- appeared in ,nd by the 6' p. m. big pre-Christmas got underway, Parents and nearly had poured into Towzl. eather cooperated to ith the slight drizzle to make San- damp one, holding Parade had been excited children treated to candy, or e, one of the best ever two communities, ed again by Charles Nicholas Carson, R, anson Circle and on Mildred street lngton street on to Lawrence anded at flhe Char- High School. m I Santa Led Procession Leading the gay procession were the Charles Town Municipal and State Police headed by Police Chief Ephraim Day and Corporal I. P. Richardson, in charge ,of the State Police Detachn~ent. Both Charles Town Fire companies had epresentation then came the Charles Town Jr. Band, the Leg- ion and Veterans ,at Foreign Wars Color Guard and Firing Squad, The Charles Town Se,nior High and Shepherdstown and Har pets Ferry High bands also added color and gaiety to the affair. But it was Jolly Old St. Nick, riding at the head of the parade who held the attention of the children. In the 100 block of West Wash- ington street, Santa left the par- ade a~d personally greeted many of the youngsters as he helped to distribute a treat which the Char les Town and Ranson Retail Bus- iness Men's Association provided. As a matter of fact the entire Christmas show was sponsored by the merchants with members of the Citizen's Fire Company assist rag, especially in getting ready and distributing the treat to the you,ngsters. Early this week many mer- chants said the parade had served as a real stimulate to the pre- Christmas shopping with last Fri day and Saturday being the two ... "'%,,,,,, ",, ....................... .," COME JAYCE LEADERS AT REGIONAL MEETING IN CHARLES TOWN Members of the Jefferson County Junior Chamber of Commerce were "host recently to a regional meeting held at the Charles Town Citizens Fire Hall and among the principal figures present was the group shown. They are, left to right:--Conrad Hammann, president of the Jefferson County Junior Chamber of Commerce; Wiilitm Sites, president of the Berkeley County Jaycees; Jack Still- man, of Charleston, State Jaycee President; Phil Hanley, of Keyser, Regional vice-president, and Norman Kisner, a past state vice-president. Handley presided for the meeting, with Stillman leading one of the forums. Other forums were led by Hammann, Sites and Handley. After the forums several films of Jaycee programs wer~ shown. A delicious turkey dinner was served the group by the Citizens Fire Company ~kuxiliary. busiest and best shopping days of the season. Some merchants said the Friday and Saturday business was good enough to even surpass the same two days of last Christ- mas, thus offsetting the buying slump of the early part of the week. Heavy Shopping On But now the heavy shoppizlg is really underway and there is a genuine mixture of the old fash ioned and the modern Christmas in evidence in the Christmas de- corations and gift, s which the stor es have to offer. While there is no shortage of the old fashioned kind of gifts for either the old or the young, there is also a wide selection of gifts w~th the modem designs and Leesburg May Build $3 Million Shopping Center Payment Of Stock Dividend To Be Declared By Bank Of Charles Town each 1/10th ,of a share, The fol- lowing as an example based on that price. To illustrate how the dividend will work Strider used the follow ing example, Mr. X owns 17 shares. He will recmve one full share and be entitled to 7/10ths of one share. He can sell the 7/10s and receive $77.00 or he can buy 3/10s for $33.00 and thus have trends. Everybody knows that Christ- mas is a very special day for the children. And half of the fun of any ac)ult's holiday season is in choosing gifts Lhat will put spark le in young eyeS. So with the lo- cal stores having just about every thing that would be nice for Chris tmas gifting, the only thing left now for Mr. axld Mrs. John Q. Public to do is to hurry and get that Christmas shopping done. And the easiest and best place to do it is in your own hometown stores. Membership Drive Being Staged By Farm Bureau A drive to recruit new members and to regain some of it's former members, has been inaugurated 'by the Jefferson County Farm Bureau it was a,nnounced this week by Franklin McQuilkin, pres ident. make up the Farm Bureau Organ- izations throughout the nation. Things are done for the Farm- ers through Farm Bureau that farmers as individuals could not accomplish. A group of ,neighbors can be a powerful force in a corn The payment of a 10-percem stock dividend will be proposed to the bank's stockholders when they meet on Tuesday, January 12 it was announced late last week by officials of the Bank of Charles Town. James W. Strider, executive vice president and cashier of the bank said in an open letter to the stock holders that the year 1959 has been a most successful one for the bank and total resources have now been built up to a point where the bank's capital structure should be increased. To accom- plish this the Board of Directors of the Bank has declared a 10- percent stock dividend subject to ratification of the :~toekholders. If the vote is favorable, each shareholder will receive c.ne ad- ditional share for each 10 shares owned. No fractional shares will be issued but those share owners entitled to fractional shares will be paid in cash at the market val- ue. Those shareowners who pre- fer to round out their fractional share to a full share will have the opportunity to do so by paying market value for the additional fractional share. Purchase price and sale price of fractional shares will be identical At this time it is impossible to de- termine just what the price will Construction of a three-million dollar. 20-store shopping center on Route 7,at the eastern end of Leesbmg, Va. has been proposed by three Arlington residents. Real estate man William P. Par ramore, his wire and Charles T. Brosius have asked the town plan ning commission fOX' se~,en acres of additional business zoning to anotiaer full share. z'ound out a 19-acre tract for the Perscns owning less than 10 center. shares will either sell their frac- Parramore said the project will tion or buy enough to round out be built if zoning is granted. one share, g , Any shareowner who prefers to receive cash instead of new full shares will be able to do by giving notice t,o the bank. The cash dividend to be paid January 1, 1960. will be at a lower rate than has been paid fox" the past several years, but the stock diivdends will more than make up the difference. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy Lou and son Lee were supper guests Sunday even- ing with the latters father Mr. Gilbert Deener of Sample Ma,n- 'or, Md. State Liquor Store Closing dates and holiday hm!rs for the Charles Town State Liquor Store were announced as follows this week by store officials. The ~tore will be closed, all day, both Friday and Saturday. December 25 and 26. The store will re-open to the public on Monday, Decem- ber 28th at 10 a. m. January 1st, ~,,nd January 2nd. the store will be closed all day-both days. SPIRIT OF JEIIERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE be for the fractional ,shares but E( lION C PAGE 1 munity, state or nation. Every far it can be said that it should be in ........ ~ ................. ,, mer can't attend hundreds of comthe neighborhood of $11 00 for IrltJI~VAI, 1)I5(;1~1Y[15~1~ 1t, 1,~)5,~ mittee sessions or knock on doors ................. r ......... '~ ..................................................................................................................... o{ public officials in Charles Town ~.~.'.'.~'~.~.'~.~'~.'~.~._~.'~.~.'_~.".~.'~'~~~~.~~~ Backhannon or Washington, D. C ........................... like beautiful jewe W._ But farmers ca,n and do contact these officials through Farm Bur- eau representatives. Mr. McQuilk in stated. Every farmer has a large invest mnt in agriculture and member- ship in the Farm Bureau is an investment to protect the future of farming. It is an investment to retain the power and the right to resist government domination, Mc Quilkin stated. So share Farm Bureau with your neighbors You're in good corn pany when you're in Farm Bureau McQuilkin said. Consider all these things when your Farm Bureau solicitor calls. Milt Grant Show Being Planned In Berryville Dec. 26 The world's finest, most beautiful Contoured Reclining Chair'-- Mr. McQuilkin said In a nnoun- Milt C.rant will be snon~,~red at cing the drive that the Farm Bur the--Commu.nitv Bu]ldi'ng~Berrv: eau is an investmen in county and ..m~ ~,~ ~. %~ ,.. .~:: ,...~2.. com'munity pride since it pro~! ~'lx~ilih~ ~lnal~ ~ ~m~. ~=~'r" vid s "h , ' , , , ...... lansf t e e- . e t r e 9pt~,rm~lry zor servme cord hop were made at the meet- ~nrougn Irlenclly cooperalaon WlI, n tn~, nf thnt ~rrmln rpe~=nf, lv : ' our neighbors. It is an Investment i ""~'l~e "women--whl'l-iil'l'-Cilristmas ' R " !n the preservatto.n of our way of i baskets at the December meeting. VERY SMA T FASHIONS: n.ze, mourAmer, cannerl~age. Mrs. Andrew LaVelle, welfare I Mr. MeQuilkin said the organiz chairman, will be in charge ation' i.s on volu,nteer basis with A $10 tuberculosis bond was fill farmers ~f county, state and nat-i purcbased. tiERE AT DIAMONDS YOU WILL FIND A COMPLETE SELEC- :.~ ion devoting a lot of time dur- The Christmas party at Newton f~: ing the annual membership drive!Baker VA Hospiial will be Dec. 16 TION OF GIFTS FOR THE LADIES OF YOUR LIFE ALL REA- and also throughout thetyear, Mrs Nettle Smith and Mrs Ches- SONABLY PRICED AND WONDERFUL TO GIVE OR TO RECEIVE- ~.. planning programs, activities and ter Rosenberry will be in charge _~W "-'--_~ ~" meetings. Their only ,pay is the of this pa,ty. A committee will be :.~ satisfaction of rendering a ser- in chalge of ~efresbme.nts and ~T: vice. 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