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Then after the beauty field of mental retardation, in Jefferson County. t pagent has been completed there will be a dance for the general Mrs. Tyler Brown who was public with music provided by elected as president for the en- "The Spectres," a Charles Town a 22-inch self propelled lawn mow. Church in Ranson and a junior er, a coffee mak'er, a country ham. trustee of the church. Tickets to the beauty pageant Surviving in addition to his and show will be on sale at $1 for adults Children under 12 will be admitted free. Winner of the title will receive $100 in cash as first prize; with $50 going to the first runner-up; $25 to the second runner-up; $15 to the third runner-up and $10 to the fifth place winner. Rites FROM PAGE 1--A parents are two sisters - Sharon Kay Brown, and Katherine R. Brown, both at the home; three brothers - James F. Brown, Jr., Alvin L. Brown and George D. Brown, all at the home; his pater- nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown of Johnsontown; and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fox, Sr., of Bridgeport, Conn. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1 p. m from the suing year, resigned because of musical group. There will also King's Apostle Church in Ranson pressing duties, Mrs. O. S. Bloom, be free pony rides for the child, were used to search the section the Rev. Bishop Eugene E. Balti- retiring president and newly elec- ren all afternoon. Shiflett stated, of the river where the boys were more, officiating. Burial was ted first vice. president was nam-I And for the convenience of the last seen. made in the Johnsontown Ceme- ed as president, public who plan to spend Sunday 'On recovery the bodies were] tery. A report on the Charm and afternoon at the pageant and taken to the Charles Town Gen- Bearers were: Victor Green, Talent Review which was sport- show. there will be sandwiches eral Hospital morgue after Dr. Larry Hosby, Henry Yates, Ray- and soft drinks. Mildred Williams. county coroner mond Yates and Larry Carr. ~red by both the Junior and Senior club showed that it was A host of prizes will also be pronounced the boys dead at the Well supported and very success- given away during the afternoon, i scene of the tragedy. ful. The proceeds will be applied beginning at 12:30 and running Brown. a son of James F. and on the (~ebt for remodling and until 6 p. m. The prizes will be Sarah C. Fox Brown, Sr., was beautifying the club home. I awarded each half hour with the born in Charles Town, June 9, Atty. Lt~e Bushong was featured grand prize being presented at 6 1952. He was a student at Charles speaker at t~he June meeting,]p, m. Town Junior High School, was a which Was a covered dish supper[ The prizes to be given away member of the 4-H Club, a mem- held at the club home. include a 23-inch set her of the King's Apostle Holiness Davis a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Roy Davis, was born in Charles Town, July 24 1949. Besides his mother he is survived by several aunts and uncles also several cou sins. The body was removed from the Smith Memorial Funeral Home to the Zion Baptist Church for services On Thursday at 2:00 ). m. with the Rev. S. H. Patter- son officiating. Burial was in the Johnsontown Cemetery. Walter M. Barb Dies This Morning At Home Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. from the Mel- vin T. Strider Colonia Funeral Home in Ranson, for Walter Mon- roe Barb, 89, retiredi~ carpenter, of Fairfax Boulevard, Itanson, who died this morning (Thurs- day) at his home. The Rev. J. Lee Williams pastor of the Charles Town Asbury Methodist Church, will officiate and burial will be made in Edge Hill Cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral home in Ranson Friday night from 7 until 9 p. m. The deceased was born in Colu- mbia Furnace, Va., Jan. 30, 1877, a son of the late John Henry and Sarah Catherine Barb. His wife, Mrs. Nettle Victoria Barb, died in 1959. Suxvivi,ng are two daughters --- Mrs Lillie Bowers, Middleway and Mrs. Catherine Rinker of # Ranson; three sons, Thomas Lee SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATI of Moler's Cross Roads and Henry THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 A. and Robert J. Barb of Ranson , and 19 grandchildren and 19 great grandcnildren~ __ New Officers FROM PAGE -- 1 duced by Mrs. Kelly were Mrs. Thomas Burke, Eastern District Chairman, Mrs. O. S Bloom, Sen- ior Woman s Club President, Mrs. Lemuel Dirting, President of the Martinsburg Junior Woman s Club and the special guests of the evening, the husbands of the Junior Women. Reports were pre- sented on the Talent and Charm Revue given by the Junior and Senior Woman's Clubs, and the Conservation Workshop and the Education Institute to be held in the near future. Mrs. James Gore, the outgoing treasurer, pre sented the club's financial state- ment for the year. Outstanding achievement awards were then presented to Mrs. Sam Billotti, as the new member of the year, and i to Mrs. James Gore, as the old member of the year. A past-president's pin was pre- sented to Mrs. Kelly and a gavel charm to Mrs. Gore. Charles~ FROM PAGE -- 1 difficulty. Wednesday afternoon he said he was a,dvised by a Mr. Perki.ns in the office of U. S. Health Opportunity in Charlottes- ville that the Cha,rles Town hospi- tal bad fully qualified for Medi- Care and that the acceptance cer- tificate would be placed in the mail that afternoon. Harner said the Charles Town Hospital first started preparations for participation in Medicare some months ago when it designat ed the Blue Cross Associati(m, of Wheeling, as the .administrator of the program locally. Then on March 15 the hospital's request to establish eligibility for Medi- care participation was filed. Ex- tensive efforts have been under- way on the part of hospital offi- cials since than to secure an acceptance certificate for tl~ pital Harner stated. Beginning Friday ]~ersol son ~ounl age 65 in Jeffer have enrolled in M~dicaZ have this service ~vail~ them at the Charles ToWn tal. Child Conferences Dates for the monthly conference to be held son County next month ounced this week by D. Allara, M. D., J nty tIealth Officer. The conference will be the Camp Hill Methodist in Harpers Ferry July 6, from 1 until 2 In Charles Town Building on Thursday, between 1 and 2 p. m. In Shepherdstown at Memorial Building on July 11, between 1 and Attend Church