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September 8, 1966

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OBSTETRICAL Mr. and Mrs. William Carder, Kearneysille. August 29, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin O. Baer, Krmxville, Md., August 29, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Pen- well, Brunswick, Md., August 29, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B Zom- bro, Shenandoah Juzmtion: Aug- ust 31, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. George I. Myers, Hatlown, Sept, 2, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Grove, Ranson, Sept. 4, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dixon, Lov- te, Va,, Sept. 4, a girl. MEDICAL ward. Harpers Ferry, Rt. 1; Mas, Helsley, Charles Town; Mrs. Betty J. Pain ter, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mr. James H. Green, of Charles Town; Mr. James B. Gaynor, In- wood, Rt. 1; Mr, Roy R. Cole, of Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mrs. Joan tI. Jones, Alexandria, Va. and Mrs. Clara E. Pierce, of Charles ~rown. SURGICAL~ Mr. David W. Tomlin, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mrs. Mary S. Zepp, ter Dale E. Stewart,. Ranson; Mr. Thomas J. Weisenburg, Jr., of Kearneysville, Rt. 1, Box 35; Mr. Perry E. FolCz, Knoxville, Md., Rt. 1. Box 77; M~ster Terry F. Philtii0s, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs Irene N. Conway, ttarpers Ferry. Rites iteld Sunday. For Charles Popkms. Accident Vidim and Thomas of McLean, Va. JOIIN PHILLIP CREAMER Funeral services were held on Sunday at 2 p. m from the As- bury Me~thodist Ct~urch in Char- los Town, for John Phillip Cream- er, of Ranson, who died Thurs- day (Sept. 1), in Charles Town General Hospital, following a long illness. The Roy. J. Lee Williams officiated. Burial was made in titles. From there on, Dean Mar- drink. The i ittle ones had a big sion amendment and the amend- tin has his ups and downs, with a generous measure of fun. re- mance, action, and gadget wizard- ry thrown in for good measure and good entertainment. ViCke s Reumon August 28 Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherds- town. In Hagerstown Park Born in Jefferson County, Oct- ober 12, 1884, son of the late Sunday August 28, the decen- Phillip M. and Annie Ramsburg dants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Creamer, he was a member of the William Vickers gathered at the Asbury Methodist Church of City Park in Hagerstown, Md. for Charles Town. a picnic lunch at I p. m. The invo- He had spent his entire life cation was given by Richard in Jefferson County and had en- Kroll. After lunch the business gaged in farming until retiring meeting was presided over by about 15 years ago. Thelma Athey, President. The old Surviving are five daughters-- est mecnber present was Mr. Hell Miss Anr V. Creamer and Mrs. and Houser, the largest family Funeral services were held on Adrian Cain, both of Ranson; was that of Lester Athey. The Mr. Cecil O. Berry, Shenand h Sunday at 2:30 from the Murrill Mrs. Wilbevt A. Kidwiler, Baker- newest baby was Donna Payne Junction, Rt. 2; Mrs. Ada E. Hill Methodist Church, for Char- ton; Mrs. Harry Farmer, College little daughter of Mr .and Mrs. gle, ttarpers Ferry, Rt. 2; les Will, tam Popkins, 64, of Route Park, Md.; Mrs. Louis McElroy Ronz ie Payne. Bishop Robert E. L. Strider, of 2, Harpers Ferry, who was killed of Charles Town; four sons-- Mr. Jules Pagano read a poem Kearneysv lle; Mr. Charles W. Thursday a4 ernoon, while work- John P. and Raymond B. Creamer about our family reunion which Iden, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Paul T. ing on smnp machinery at the of Summit Point; Robert M. was written by Mrs. Hugh Hill. Halltown Paperboard Company. Creamer, Silver Spring, Md.; Mrs. Dlizabeth Parkenson report- Stewart, Charles Town; Mr. The Roy. Cyril J. Hoover, pastor, I Ralph B. Creamer, Kearneysville; ed she had received several cards George R. Bettis, Harpers Ferry; Mr. James O. Windle, Winchester, officiated and burial was made one brother, Howard Creamer of from Mrs. lasscock from Morgan Vs.; Mr. Charles E. Stewart, of in the Murrill Hill Churchyard. Bardane; 38 grandchildren; 19 town stating that her mother had The deceased, a'welder by trade great-grandchildren and several fallen and broken her hip but Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Darlene F. Smoot/ Ranson; Mrs. Della . was doing some welding work at nieces and nephews, saying she was getting along fine the Halltown Paperbeard plan considering her age. She is 92 when the aecident occurred. CHARLES (Sack) FRENCH years young and her address is He was born in Clarke County, Funeral services were held this Mrs. E. H. Vickers, % Mononga- Va., July 5, 1902, a son of the afternoon (Thursday) at 2:30 p. hel.i General Hospi,tal, Morgan- late Charles M. and Mary Emma m. from the Sudley Funeral town, W. Va. The officers are the Dodge Popkins. tie had been am- tIome in Shepherdstown, for ,same for another year. There ployed at the Hali town plant for Charles W. (Jack) French, well- were 100 members and friends some years. He was a member of known 79-year-old resident of the present for a bountiful picnic the Methodist Church. Shenandoa h Junction section of dinner with plenty to eat and Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Jefferson Coun,ty, who died un- Dorothy Marie Popkins, Route 2, expectedly Monday a his home. Harpers Ferry; nine children---- The Rev. John Rissinger, Luth- Charles W., Jr., of Pawtucket, eran pastor of Shepherdstown. l hode Island; Paul Wayne of officiated and burial was made Charles Town; Mrs. Nancy Arm- in Elmwood Cemetery, Shep- strong, Mrs. Peggy Trout, James, herdstown. Members of the Mas- Dorothy, Betty, Clarence and onic Order served as pallbearers Donna Popkins, all of Harpers and they also held Masonic grave- side rites. Ferry; 11 grandchildren; seven sisters---Mrs. Thomas Henry of The deceased was born in All- Vienna, Va.; Mrs. Frank Miller, envilte, W. Va., June 27, 1887, a McLean, Va.; Mrs. Charles Sims, son of the 1,a e James Hamilton time watching the ducks and feed ing them. All had a good time. The meeting closed witch a prayer. Citizen's Auxiliary Has Monthly Meeting Members of the CRizen s Aux- iliary of the Charles Town CRi- zen's Fire Company held their regular mo~hly meeting Tuesday night ,Sept. 6 a 7:45 at the Fire Hall. The meetir~g was opned with the reading of Scripture by Mrs. Ruth Nichols, and the repeating of the Lord's Prayer in unison and a salute to the American Flag Closing prayer was by Mrs. Ruth Nichols. A total of 19 members and one visitor. Mrs. Mary Emery, sister of Mrs. Ruth Nichols were pre- ment which would change the state constitution and permit vot- ing on amendment changes to the Constitution in special elections. Nay said the Farm Bureau dele gates, did, however vote to sup- port the judicial amendement be- ing proposed. The five amendments to the cor sti.tu.tion which are being pro- posed for West Virginia, will be voted on in the November gen- eral election. F t: Freddie e Butts Assigned To Infantry Division In Germany 3rd Infantry Die., Germany (AHTNC)--Army Private Freddie G. Butts, 19, son of James W. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 ounces the following schedule of Service at 7:30. services for Sunday and subsequ-] Tuesday, Christ's ent week nights, i meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. p.m. Morning Worship at 11:00.] , Sunday Evening Evangelistic] Attend Church This Stockton, Md.; Mrs. William and Rebecca Allen French. He Hough of Bakerton; Mrs. James was a retired farmer: and tele- Painter, Bluemont, Va.; Mrs. graph operator; having served for Vance See of "Broadway, Va. and some 49 years as a telegraphm Mrs. Max Spitzer of Mathias, W. for hhe Balimore & Ohio Rail Vs.; and four brothers---Richai'd road before his retirement. H( of New Market, Va.; Joseph and Jesse Popkins of Hernd m, Va. was a member of the, St. Jame Ltttheran Church of Uvilla, : member of .Elk Branch Lodg No. 93, Mecktenberg Chapter Nc 31, R. A. M. of which he was 50-year member; also a memb( of Potomac Commandery No. K. T., Shriner Osiris Temple, ( R. T. of the Baltimore & Oh .l ilroad. Surviving are his wife, M" Ida Mae WhiCe Frer ch, at t! home; two son , Robert H. Fren(" Fred Fcench, Shenandoa. a ;daughter, Mrs. Agnes m f A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH B~nson; Mr. William A. Wood- I I HIEII SCOTT.& WHITE PHONi 725-2182 Ethical Pharmurists CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 000 Dr. Family When your prese ion bears this label you know you will benefit from the best Uiat the science of pharmacy can provide. ooe IN Cook; of Shepherdstown; four grandchildren; two great-grand- children, a sister, Mrs. Lena Beard, Hedgesville; and a num- ber of nieces and nephews. CHARLES TOWN Miss Wonderfdl welcomes ,young little on her way up-wlth r her wry So right for her step into adult fashkms. There's a hidden elasticized strap with that smart T to help with the fit. In black textured leather with medallion toe design. SS onderfu1 t~UltQ ~ FAIHtONJ" I I I L By Kani Lane, Mgr. ('harles Washington Thealr, "MUNSTER GO HOME" Showing Friday. Saturday, Sept. 9 - 10 Thi horror.farce, based on the popuhr TV t eries "The Munsters" features the original cast in the roles of these kindly eccentrics. Herman Munster takes his family to England to claim an in.heri, tance that includes a title and a mansion. But the English Mun- sters have been running a success- ful counterfeiting business in the ancestral castle, and scheme hus. ily to scare their kin off the premises. Since there's nothing that a Munster (American branch) enjoys more than a good scare, Herman and his redou - able tribe are merely diverted un- til they discover what's behind all this trickery, end exxpose their crooked cousins, ' FHE SILENCERS" Showing thru Wednesday, Sept. U- 14 An eye-catching opening starts things going at a rapid pace in this latest spy and counterspy en- try. As a matter of fact, the open- ing is so eye-catching that one al- most foregts there are formal -" ?"~ " ! " i I i I II i htndam Prelects Faro Ilu DISTRIBUTOR Belt Awenue / sent. RefreshmerRs were served by Mrs. June Willingham and Mrs. June Mills. A family found this verse in personal papers and we iously given permission to publish it. I've a wonderful boy, and I say to him, "Son - Be fair and be square in the race you must run. Be brave if you lose and be meek if you win, Be better and nobler than I've ever been. Be honest and noble in all that you do And honor the name I have given to you. We will grow up together, I'll too be a boy And share in your trouble and share in your joy. We'll work out our "problems together and then We will lay out our plans when we both will be men. And oh, what a wonderful joy this will be. No pleasure in life could be greater for me." We hope tbis verse opens treasured avenues of family you. Incidentally, we don't know who wrote this poem. If you to know, will you be kind enough, please, to write and let . +:.