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(FROM OUR FILES) YEARS AGO -- 10 D. Peters of Charles was elected president of County Democratic succeeding C. A. Also elected were: ttenry 1st. vice-pres.; Shirley 2rid. vice-pres.; Mrs. sec,; and C. Wil- B. Rogers, former Soc teacher at Charles School for 11 years, principal to fill the term of Gordon Eis- to become Ex- of the W. Va. Activities Commission - Miss Linda Mil- of Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Charles Town Magaha, son of Mr. homas Magaha of Cha- ; Mrs. Norma Dayr Ranson to Harold Gol~t- Miami, Fla Miss Car- Aits, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Aits of Ranson thought of the Christ- leave you with sore headache and a feeling that you time to get everything still look your best for party whirl? a quintet of tips that are have you feeling soci- and succeeding at without really trying. feet. Besides making do your shopping in raost comfortable shoes, feet to a cool, tingling of soda bath when home. Spend a few min- on those neglected, not- corns and calluses if to glide gracefully on strappy season's "in" shoes. how you can budget to fill stockings? Try that S. O. S. with a Shopping" Stocking. American spends at drug and cosmetics ,so save your friends tis L. Crawford, William A. Man-~one coming Monday Dec. 8 in uel, and Charles W. Bussard, 35 Washington, D. C. when they year selwice pins and Samuel T. Viands, 25 years. The Shepherdstown Volnnteer Firemen elected the following off icers: the Rev. George Hazel, Chaplain; John N. Rhodes, pres.; W. E. VanMetre, vice-pres,; Her- clobbered the Gallaudet College five by a 104-77 score. This was the fourth time out for Coach Bob Starkey's cagers and it marked the fourth time they went over the century mark in scoring. And once again it was the high-scoring of Mike bert Rogers, treas,; John (Jack) Green who led the powerful Shep Strider ,sec.; "Mike" Athey, assist herd offensive attack, with 33 ant sec.; Lee Morgan, fire chief; points, while Paul Johnson, a for William (Bud)Colston, chief eng mer Charles Town High cage ineer; M. M. Athey, capt. fire star finished second i~the scor- police; John Pittinger, carnival ing for Shepherd and Dan Crago chairman; Lee Morgan, parade was third. chairman; and C. W. Shipley, The game was close throughout fund drive chairman, the first half with the Rams show dollars, and early New Year shop ping trips with imaginatively wrapped, indispensible beauty and, grooming aids such as lip- stick, razor blades, quick shoe- shine pads, eye-glass cleaners and soap. " Need~ something different in the way of a, seansonal center. piece? Try the old English cus- tom of arranging bright red and green party snappers in the cen- ter of the table. At the evening's end, guests get to "pop" the snap pers in a final burst of noise- making and revelry. Ranson Park, Playground 'Group To Have Free 'Movie Xmas Eve For Children Members of Ranson Park and Playground, Inc will treat all children from infants to 12 years of age to a free movie and an opportunity to meet and greet Santa Claus Wednesday, Dec. 24, at 2 p. m. at the-Charles Wash- ington Theatre in Ranson. Officials of Playground, Inc said every child who attends the free movie will have the opportu- nity to shake l~ands with Santa. ing only a four-point margin. But in the second half they all but blasted the D. C. boys from the gymnasium as they broke the game wide open and coasted to the victory. Saturday night the Rams tang- led with their first West Vir- ginia Intercollegiate Conference foe when they played host to Davis and Elkins College and they saw the Rams once again come on strong in the home stretch to score a decisive 108-81 victory, their third consecutive, Once again there was a near capacity crowd on hand to see the Rams roll and the did just that. Coach Starkey Rams had a great shooting night, hitting 44 of 90 shots which they took from the floor for a fine 48.8 percent in shooting. Once again as was the case in the Ram's first two games, it was Mike Greene, who is now averag- ing 30 points per game, who led the Ram atack. But he had a lot of help from three other Rams --' Paul Johnson, Ray Bierkotte and Tom Dickman, who also scored in double figures. The visitors did manage to keep in the ball game in the first half and at one time trailed by only a 54-49 score. And even in the opening minutes of the second half the boys from Elkins were within four points of over Golden Passbook II%r the investor who wants the most his money) account pays you 5% daily irRerest, er'ut oUnded c uarterly, the maximum int- Payable under law. $500 or more h0~s the accoux~t and deposRs of $50 or re can be made at any time. No notice ~q~ired after 90 days on withdrawals the ~'~x I0 days of a calendar quarter. Make ~drawals any time on 90 days written i, ice. 5% interest earned on a daily basis ,creclited to your aceoum on A ril I, . p %v 1, October 1, and December 31. ~e~l~sit of $1000 made on January 2 will ~e~terest earned and cre4ited to the ~at~ t in the following amounts on the ~'~ indicated: April 1 $1233 July 1 $12.62 Oct. 1 - $12.91 Dec. 31 - $13.07 $50.93 lh, " rest payable 4 ways: ~th~t to your Golden Passbook to your regular savings account to your checking account trance to you by Cashier's check Regular Savings Passbook (For the investor who may need his money on short notice) Deposit any amount at any time. Irtterest .is earned on a daily basis,~nd compounded quarterly at 4%. You may withdraw any part of your savings at any .~ime without advance notice to our bank. In~erest earned is erectRed to ~he accoun.t on April I, July I, October I, and Dec. ember 31st. A deposit of $1000 made on January 2 will have in erest earned and credited to the account in the following amounts on the dates indicated: April 1 $ 0.86, July 1 - $10.06 Oct. 1 $10.27 Dee, 31 $10.38 $40 7 All accounts earn interest from date of deposit and are insured up to $15,000 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat- ion. Ill the floor and added three foul shots, while Bierkorette hit nine of 19 shots and tallied 22 points. ,a|go pulled down 13 of 41 ] Shepherd rebounds. Paul Johnson [who had his best night of the [season, scored 16 points and had [seven rebounds. McIntyre was the [scoring star for Davis and Elk- lins with 21 point~. ] Wednesday night, Dec. 3, the Rams clobbered Madison (Va.) College by a 101-82 victory on the Shepherd Colege hardwoods as Mike Greene rolled in 35 points to lead the attack. Although Madison got off to a good start against the Rams, they could not keep pace with the high-scoring Rams in the second ten minutes of the first half and by halftime the Rams had moved in front by a 41-29 score and they stayed in front the rest of the Way. All ten members of the Ram squad figured in the scoring, with Greene showing 35, and Tom Dickman and John Piceolomini each registering 10. The Rams shot a torried 52- percent for the night, hitting 42 of 77 shots. Butler was high scorer for Madison with 17 points. :Shepherdstown Woman's Club Will Sponsor Lighting Contest Again Members of the Shepherdstown SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR [ER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1S, 1969 B---3 Woman's Club are once again making plans for sponsoring a Christmas decorating and light- ing contest for Shepherdstown and the adjoining areas of Little Run Acres, Heatherfield, Angel tiill, Shepherd Grade to Finger board Woods, the River Road to! Teagues Run Hill, Route 17 to the Bakerton Road and Route 48 to Persimmon Lance. The categories for competition will be as follows: 1. Most attractive doorway, porch and yard. 2. Most attractive doorway only 3. Most attractive porch decorat : ion. 4. Most attractive yard. 5. Most attractive window. 6. Best outdoor tree. 7. Most original decoration. 8. Most ornate decoration. 9. Best decoration reminiscent of the pasL The judging will be between December 25 and December 31. IN HOLLAND Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Rudolph would cause no excite- ment in the Netherlands, where children believe that a horse )ulls St. Nicholas' sleigh. Ghristmas, each year, is a wondrous occasion bringing into every home an abundance of joy and happiness for all and :the eternal spirit of love and peace, which is the essence of the season, never changes. It's the same feeling which makes us want to share the very best with our good friends and thank you for your loyalty. i~~ ~ J !iil i !iii !i: ! Certificate of Deposit ~-eres,t paid semi-annually by cheek) Certificate of $500. A tomat- ~i~, t~'enewable at maturity. Issued for .~t~Welve, eighteen, and twenty-four ,~;ffs. Add additional amounts to your ~t~t in even $100's at ~natur2ty. With- ~, s only at maturity with a 10 day ,~ ~eriod allowed. ~lt of $1000 made on January 2 will rest by cheek on: July 1 $25.00 San. 1 $25.00 $50.00 Shenvasavings Certificate of Deposit Minimum amount of $5000 Interest paid monthly b3~ check or credit to account. Feb ~1 $20.~, June ~O.$~.84 31-$~0.~ Mar 31-$~0.S4 July 3t-$20.S3 30-$20.83 Aim" ~O-$20.~ Aug 31-$20.~ Dec 31-~20.S4 All accounts earn interest from date of deposit and are insured up to $15,000 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat- ion. I t m