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May 25, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 25, 1961

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SALT " a[ es all around! ~,:~ With the purchase of a 4-oz can of IDEAL BLACK PEPPER RAISIN BREAD,, Reg. 29c doz in pkg iili doz .00 SUGARED DO'NUTS s..,.,, KINGSFORB CHARCOAL BRIQUETS IDEAL BRAND Reg. S9c Large each ANGEL FOOD CAKES s.c,.,, DELUXE 21-INCH ROTARY ,C 20 ~li bag !C ~ GRIL LITE ~i~ **FREE~ER-SA VEIl'" SPE"iAL].~ ~i:: with BRIGGS & STRAI"rON ENGINE CHARCOAL LIGHTER - ~.oz can 29c 4.oz can 3,1 3ii -- 99 Reg. 39 Plain Square Cut , " ii~!i Impulse Starter, S 18-inch " ~DUC--~D! each All Sections Now on Salel Complete Your Set, Easy Adi.stWheels to Each only S .44 c ~p cial for ~::i Change Cutting Height KAM.KAP GRILLS .n.v ....., o,, Ma,,... ,eo,,o.. ::~i~ ~ iiUiI,i JI)|OJIIr" Illustrated Edition 2-15; only ea (' l I l I OPEN MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. .... THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.----SATuRDAY 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. OF JEFFERSON rA -RS ADVOCATE MAY 25, 1961 3--A ~[ELVIN DERR were held ing at his home. The Rev. J'ohn M. Grissinger, Jr. his pastor, of- ficiated and burial was in Elm. wood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. A native of Jefferson County, the deceased was born March 9, 1909 a son of the late Cl]arles J. Derr and Laura Knode Derr. For p. m. from St. 22 years he was a teacher at Shep ter near Martinsburg as a resear- ch chemist. He had been active in St. Peters Lutheran Church for a number of years and was current ly serving as vice chairman of the church council. He was secretary treasurer of Elmwood Cemetery; and a member of Mt. Nebo Lodge Mecklenburg Chapter No. 31, Roy al Arch Masons, Shepherdstown. Surviving are his wife, Doro- Two brothers-Hugh Max Derr, Shepherdstown and Daniel L. Derr, Hyattsville, Md. also sur- vive. Bearers were: Kenneth Rentch, C. W. Shipley, Sam M. Skinner, Edward Rogers, C. B. Carter, Ken neth Waldeck, Merle J. Schultz and Gene Mayo. MRS. GERTRUDE MAE BOYD Mrs. Gertrude Mae Boyd, 73, of Church in Shep herdstown High School, teaching thy Jones Derr, Shepherdstown; Kabletown, died Monday at the Charles Melvin I chemistry and mathematics but daughter, Judith Ann Derr, Beth Knott Rest Home in Charles Town )herdstown who I in recent years he had been con esda, Md. and Charles Jerald Derr where she had been for the past Sunday morn- nected with the Baker V. A. Cen- of Shepherdstown. two weeks. A native of Jefferson County, the deceased was born Feb. 5, 1888, a daughter of the late Mar- ion Pomeroy and Margaret Miles. Her husband Samuel Boyd died in 1947. The deceased was a member Of Christ's Church. Surviving are four sons- Samuel L. Boyd, ttanson; Aubrey Boyd Berryvflle, Va.; Cecil Boyd, of the Uvilla section of the county and Harvey Boyd of Washington, D. C. Two sisters- Mrs. Zora Hough, Washington and Mrs. Harold Cos tello of Harpers and two !brothers Scott Pomeroy of Alex- i andria, Va.; and George Pomeroy of Harpers also survive. Rites were held Wednesday at~ 2:30 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson with the Rev. C. W. Lloyd officiating. Burial was made in vin Rissler, Stormer Howell and Milton Rouss. JAMES B. KEMP, SR. James Battaile Kemp, Sr., 79, well-known retired farmer and business man of Charles Town died Tuesday in Charles Town General Hospital following an ill- ness of 13 weeks. The deceased was born at "The Moorings," in Jefferson County! on Sept. 25, 1881. a son of the late J. tt. O. Kemp and Virginia Lew- is Kemp. lie was a member of Zion Ep:scopal Church, Charles Town. Surv~wng are his wife, Louise S. Kemp of Charles Town; a son, James Battaile Kemp, Jr., of Kind erhook, N. Y.; and a James Battaile Kemp, III. Funeral services will be held this afternoon (Thursday) at 4 p. m. from Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town, with the Rev. Allen L. Bartlett, rector of Zion Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brown and family of Wheatland, Maryland and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown and family of Winchester, Va. spent Sunday with the formers mother, Mrs. Gladys Brown. !/