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Besides his father he is sur- vived by six sisters: Mrs. Annie Thomas. and Mrs. Mary Burrell both of New York City; Mrs. Walter Strange, Mrs. William Stanton and Mrs. Paul Foulks of Charles Town: Miss Bessie Page of Winchester, Va. Three broth- ers: Robert B. Page and Donald W. Page of New York City; Char- les W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. and several nieces and nephews. Ser- vices were conducted ~ at the Smith Memorial Funeral Home on Thursd at 10:0ffa/n .' y the Rev. S. H. Patterson. Burial was in the National Cemetery in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ware spent part of their vacation in Williamsburg, Va. visiting relati- ves there, Dr. Frank Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mason and Mrs. Nora Steward a~l of Martins- burg called on Mrs. Floyd Simons who was a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital eight days with a back ailment. She returned home Saturday after- noon. Correction: In last weeks news Mrs. Mar- garet Le Master's grandson name was listed as Larry Nicely and it should have been Carter Nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stickles and family and Mr. Bill Bentz of Atexandria, Va. were week end guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Beatz. Mr. and Mrs. Gar- net Bentz were also Sunday gue- sts of Mrs. Lou, ise Ben.tz. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Scott of Bolivar visited Mrs. Floyd Sim- ons, Saturday afternoon. They re- turned home from Ohio Friday their children Sue and Mac re- turned home wi~h them, they had been vacationing there with relatives. Mr. ,and Mrs. George James has purchased a new trailer and moved ,to Stiles Trailer Court. I want to thank Mrs. Lucille Brown for the good job she did gathering news last week while your correspondent was in the hospital. Thanks for my cards I received, they were all appre- ciated. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Frye and daughters were visitors at the 'latter parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- vail Fields this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and family motored to Winchest- er, Va. on Wednesday evening, spent some time with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Owen and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Owen and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd and son. Charles, Mr. Gerald Webster of Charles Town and Miss Car- oline Boyd of Halltown motored to Chambersburg, Pa. for the Wag aman Reunion at the Caladonia Park, on Sunday August 14~h. [rA.avI, u Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baltenger I ~,~VUIII~ Firemen and family moved from the Groves house on 5th Ave. to an apartment on E .Washington St., Charles Town last week. C~llers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown on Saturday was Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Rusty Mr and Mrs. John Bradley of Kearneysvflle, Mrs. Mildred Oden Mr. Wesley Maye has been real sick in the Charles Town General Hospital, wish him a. speedyre, covery. [ Mrs. Pat Hough Cooke St. has FROM PAGE 1-A SERIOUS BUSINESS At 2 p. m. the firemen will get down to some serious business before turning to the lighter side of the celebrating. The business session will include a talk by William W. Blair, assistant Fire Marshal, of the Armstrong Cork Company of Lancaster, Pa. There will also be nomination of officers and the receiving of bids for the next site for the convention. and tt tucky. in their honor. Friday morning the firemen will open the day's program on a sombre note with strictly off- icial business, plus some interest. ing talks by nationally.known ex- perts on fire safety and fire- fighting. And as the closing feature on the Friday morning sesskm the new officers will be elected and the convention site for 1967 se- lected. The Friday afternoon session will be given over to reports and talks and then at 6:30 the annual membership banquet and dance, sponsored by the Martinsburg convention committee, will be staged at the Shenandoah Hotel. The entertainment ~headltner on t~tis program will be Joey Ad- ams, of New York: star o( n4ght- clubs, television, radio and motion pictures, woh will also serve as the grand marshall of the Fire- men's grand parade to be staged Saturday afternoon. Then at 10 p. m. the big "dark- town" parade will be staged. Saturday morning's program will be opened with hose laying, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 ladder raising and o~her contests to be staged at the Berkeley Plaza Shopping Center and this will be followed by a beauty con- test .to be held in the Martinsburg High School audLtorium at 10 o'clock. " At 2 p. m. Saturday will come the c]~imaxing and closing event Augus McDonald FROM PAGE 1 moved along an irrigation six ten~s of a mile long, sucked up water through a 6 intake pipe. There was of the convention when the big gala dinner and the Grand Feature parade is staged over Martinsburg's downtown streets. Coufl~J FROM PAGE 1---A Sercices 'has been announced by H. Ward Nicklin, District Admin- istrator. Mr. Kershner, "who resides in Charles Town, is married to the former Joan Siler and they are the parents of two sons, Steven and Craig. BeWise-'Advertise ment afterwards. This Russian dancing and singi~ Russian songs. The people here are ly in general. We were fre move around some on our There is a strong desire for ful relations between our countries. I heard the of the World War II period itioned one time. Sincerel Angus w. Use The Attend Church This