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SPIRIT Of .JEFFERSON AD -OCATE SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 / BUrial was made in the Jefferson 1 ML Hope Cemetery at Upped Md Reformed Cemetery. Tract. The deceased was born in Mont Born September 14. 1880. he gomery County, Md Dec. 18. was a son of the late Phillip R. 1891 a son of the late Daniel ant! Elizabeth (Mitchell) Riggle- Sebastian and Mary Catherine man. Souder Remsburg, known to hislie was married to Marcella many friends as "Harry" was aHartman who died in 1964. well known farmer and retiredSurviving are six daughters, from farming in 1964. He was a Mrs. Minnie Hinkle, Pickaway, mem~ber of the United Church of Ohio, Mrs. Lillie Reedy, Staunt- ROGER LEE HERMAN Town; seven grandchildren; five Christ in Jefferson, Charter Mere on, Va Mrs. Nida See of Charles Amelia Ann Herman, 27, great-grandchildren; two sisters ber of the Carroll Manor Lions Town, Mrs. Fanny Sears, Peters- *f Roger L. Herman, died Mrs. Rosemary Herr, Annapolis, Clu,b, Carroll Manor FireCom-burg, Mrs. Nina Mitchell, ttarr- on August 31. 1970 in Md.: and Mrs. Sarah Rush, Shep- puny, Junior Order of United isonburg, Va and Mrs. Sarah Ohio hospital of an herdstown: a brother. Charles J. Mechanics No. 127 of Jefferson Earp, Gaithersburg, Md.; three (.Binks) Cavalier of Brunswick, and Carroll Manor Grange. sons, Jesse Riggleman (~f Upper family were former resz- Md. Surviving him besides his wife Tract, Harvey Riggleman of of Leetown where he was aretwo sons; Robert H. Reins-North Carolina and William Rig- in the Eastern Disease JOHN C. CARBAUGH berg, Adamstown. Charles H. gleman of De,wood, Md.; 23 Ltory of the Federal Fish Services were held Monday atRem~berg, Frederick; four daugh grandchildren and a number of and had recently mov- the Zimmerman Funeral Home Lets; Miss Mary Louise Remsberg great-grandchildren. 1426 Central Ave Sand- in Greencastle, Pa for John C. at home, Mrs. Dorothy Marie One daughter preceeded him Carbaugh, 91, of Route 1, Green- Ranneberger, Lime Kilm, Mrs. C. in death. survived by her husbandcastle, a former resident of Welsh Jeanette Kelly, RFD 2, Charles children; Allen 10; Ally- Run, Pa who died Friday morn Town, and Mrs. Charlotte L. WILLIAM HAROLD ROPER Andrew 7 and Aaron 14 ing at the Guilford Convalesrium Crampton, Jefferson; one brother Funeral services will be held Her sister, Pamela Ham-in Fayettville, Pa following a Norman RemSberg, Jefferson and Friday at 2 p. m. from the Smith also made her home withlong illness. The Rev. Z. Hess off one sister, Miss Ethel Rhmsberg and Strider Memorial Funeral iciated and burial was made in of Jefferson. Twelve grandchild- Home for William Russell Roper, Montgomery Church Cemetery. ren, one great granddaughter and 32, Route 2, Charles Town, who Born in Franklin County, Pa a number of nieces and nephews died Wednesday morning in the K. CAVALIER, SR. he was a member of Montgomery also survive. Charles Town General Hospital. services were held Church of the Brethren. He had The Rev. Russell J. Urquhart, (Thursday) at 11 been retired for a number of HILBERT R. ROBINSON pastor of the Cl~arles Town Bap- from St. John's Episcopal years and served as a policeman Hitbert Raymond Robinson, 66, tist Church, will officiate. Burial Harpers Ferry by the and constable for 30 years in Mer of Ranson, died Wednesday in will be in Edge Hill Cemetery. Temple G. Wheeler, for cersburg, Pa. The family will receive visitors Kemy Cavalier, Sr 81, He is survived by the following King's Daughters Hospital in at the funeral home this even- Martinsburg. )ers Ferry, W. Va who children: Daniel W. af Green- The deceased was born in Bent ing (Thursday) from 7 until 9 Sunday, Sept. 6, in Citycastle, Mrs. Ella Tosten of Green- onville, Va Dec. 13, 1903, a son P- m. in Martinsburg after an castle, Rt. 1, Mrs. Hazel Binga- of the late William Nell and The deceased was born in of two weeks. The remains man of Greencastle, RE. 2, Mrs. Laura Henry Robinson. He was Charles Town July 16, 1938, a later cremated. Vada Carpenter of Clear Spring, a retired employee of the C. L. son of Harmon R. and Greta E~- deceased was born in Bol- Md Earl of Cham'bersC)urg, Rt. Robinson, Corporation. erhart Roper. Va April 1, 1889, a son 5, Mrs. Irene Clevenger of Me,- Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Surviving in addition to his late Charles Joshua and cersburg, Pa.; Rt. 2, Mrs. Anna Pauline Johnson Robinson, at the parents are two sons, William Suzanna Kemp Cavalien Roland of Greencastle, Rt. 1, Don home: one daughter, Mrs. Ken- Harold Roper, Jr and Ronald years he was a sale auct- ald of Charles Town, Mrs. Rhoda neth (R. June) Willingham, of E. Roper, both of Charles Town; until he retired. He wasGrudinsky of Baltimore; sister, Ranson; one grandchild and one three sisters---Mrs. Kay Comer of St. John's Episcopal Mrs. Mary Keyser of Greencastle; great-grandchild; also one sister, and Mrs. Barbara Donivan, both Harpers Ferry. He at- a number of grandchildren and Mrs. Nannie Lanham of Ranson; of Ranson; Mrs. Rue Brown of Shepherd College and great grandchildren, and three brothers - Dimple Rob- Frederick, Md.; four brothers-- the Cavalier Dairy Farm inson of Ranson; Ray R(~binson Sgt. Porter R. Roper, now in Harpers Ferry for many was known aq~out JeTfer LOUIS H. REMSBURG of Lubbock, Texas; and Leon Ro,b Vietnam; Lynwood Laird. Rob- and the section for Funeral services were held Sun inson of Hagerstown, Md. eft E both of Route 2, Charles Town; and Richard A. Roper of of colorful and inter day at 2 p. m. from the M. R. hunting and fishing stories Etchison and Son Funeral Home DANIEL D. RIGGLEMAN Ranson; also his maternal grand- mother, Mrs. Lena Freeman of are his widow, Mrs. in Frederick, Md for Louis H. Funeral services were held on Ranson, along with a number of Taylor Cavalier, of pHar- Remgburg, hus~band of AltheaThursday, September 3, from the nieces and nephews. Ferry; two daughters - Mrs. Mary Brown RemSburg, of Buck- Schaefer Funeral Chapel in Pet- Dalgarn, FrederJck, Md.;eystown, Md who died earlyersburg, for Daniel David Riggle- MISS DOROTHEA SEEMANN Perry, Charles Town; Thursday morning, Sept. 3, at his man, 89, who died Monday, Aug- T Kenneth K. Jr and home. The Rev. Guy A. Wench,ust 31, at Hopemont, W. Va.Miss Dorothea Seeman of Den- S. Cavalier all of Harpers pastor of the United Church of The Rev. Lehman Channell of- ver, Colo. was stricken suddenly and Cyrus W. of CharlesChrist, Jefferson Md officiated, ficiated and interment will be in at her home on September 4th and died a short time later in a Denver hospi,tal. At the time of her death she was associa, te professor of Music and head of the Pian~ Depart- ment of the Uni,versity of Den- ver. She was born in Denver, March 12, 1915, and was the daughter of Charles A. C. Seeman and the late Martha Seemann In addit- ion to her father she is survived ,by a half~brother Charles Brewer i i J Seemann ef Oklahoma Ci't . The y(mnger Mr. Seemann is r~ari'ied 1968 Chevy Impala 2-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped, Air $1995 to the former Sarah Forrest Strider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1968 Plymouth 4-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped $1895 James W. Strider of Charles 1968 Ford 2-Dr. Hardtop LTD, Fully Equipped $2195 Town. Funeral services were held at 1967 Buick Convertible, Fully Equipped $1995 the Wheatley Chapel of Temple 1967 Chevy Malibu 2-Dr. Hardtop, Vinyl Top $1695 .Buell College at noon on Wed- 1967 Ford 4-Dr R H Auto $1395 nesday, September 9th with in- terment in Denver. 1966 Mustang 2-Dr R H, Auto Hardtop $1395 In honor of her memory, The 1966 Pontiac Station Wagon, 4-Dr Fully Equipped, 9-Pass Air . $1595 Dorothea Seemann Memorial 1966 Dodge 4-Dr R H Auto $895 Scholarship Fund has been es- 1966 Oldsmobile 98, 4-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped $1695 t blished at the University of Denver, 1966 GMC Panel Truck, One.Ton $595 1965 Mustang Convertible, R H Auto $795 JAMES H. ILIFF, SR. 1965 Buick Convertible, Fully Equipped $895 Services were held Monday 1965 Ford Galaxie 500, 4.Dr. Hardtop $895 morning, August 31, at 11 o'clock in Keyser for James H. Iliff, Sr 1965 GMC V2-Ton Pick-Up Truck $1095 58, of Carskadon Lane, Keyser, Prices Effective through September 12 1970. Quantity Rights Reserved. Acm~ Mockers Ir, c 1970. TENDER CUT Del Monte Green Beans 4 s I IDEAl. BRAND Tomato Soup 0'0,:: s | IDEAL BRAND IDE AL Tomato Catsup o. | Red KidneyBeans IDEAL QUALITY SAVE AT ACME! Vegetable Soup 8' :o"' s| Del Monte Catsup FARMDALE WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE DELICIOUS FARMOALE Golden Corn $ s Sliced Peaches 4 FARMDALE TENDER Sweet Peas 6 :::. Sl 'TENDER. SWEET l-lb [ 4g Del Monte Peas S I LANCASTER BRAND, 100% U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED BEEF! BONELESS CHUCK 7-INCH CUT RIB SIRLOIN incl. Tenderloin PORTERHOUSE STEAKS LANCASTER BRAND Dried Beef :::. bS' ESSKAY SKINLESS Sausage Links 2 :::::69, LANCASTER BRAND Scrapple oe, pkg. FIRESIDE BRAND, LEAN Sliced Bacon I .lb. l o . . ~, pkg. who died Friday, August 28 on FANCY GRADE'A'll/~.IE. Avg. arrival at the Potomac Valley CO ni h H 49' Hospital. He had ,been in ill r s ens ,~ When the struggling stenographer quits struggling she:often discovers health for several years. Burial that she doesn't have to be a stenographer, was made in Indian Mound Ceme- SAVE 16" SUPREMEPUL AN tery in Romney. Sandwich Bread I Born at Vanderlip, he was a son of the late James W. and Ida ~S'O~EtA~t| 1956 1 -TON CHEVROLET V-8, FLATBED $595 CBobo) Ilfff. He formerly was em pkg played by Western Maryland Rail Sealtest Novelties 54 4-Speed -- 2-Speed Axle * road. Surviving *are his widow, Mary REGULAR. DRY OR SUPER LATHER , " '[ ' 1' (Miller) Iliff; a son James ~. VO'5 Sham DO s - Iliff, Jr Georgia; a daughter, p : 1 THE CARS LISTED BELOW- ALL AT $50 AND tiP Mrs Nancy Westfall, a brother, II1 sisters, Mrs. Gladys Gift; Luke, 1965 Corvair 2-Dr. Hardtop, R H Auto. and Mrs. Tobitha Carter, Shep- 1964 Ford 4-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped herdstown, and three grandchild-CLIP & REDEEM COUPONS BELOW! 1964 Ford Convertible XL, R H Auto. ren. 00 )0 )0000000000 : q0000000000UUU00( 000000 OUO(}UUUUU : }UUUUUUUUUUUUU uvu THISCOUPONWORTH(CO) ~:~ THISCOUPON WORTH (CO) ~ ~ WITHTHI$COUPON(COI ~ ~ WITHTH|S,:OUPC,N(C~) 1964 Pontiac 4-Door Station Wagon, 9 Passenger "Good Works" We Be ' l FR E IE I 1963 FordFaleon, 4-Or. Station Wgn R H Auto. 100 $TAMP$ 503'tv STAMP$ FREE. 1963 Olds 2-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped Sermon For Lutherans w -, o, .-- ------- 1963 Buick 4-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped= ,-- H, ooo R0i 'E i "P 1963 Ford Station Wagon, 4-Dr R H Auto. mon Sunday, Sept. 13, at the E Matins at 8:30 and the Service or LYE ROAST ~ io ff " !ll~e!i [aw~ ~--(ExdudinBItemsle;:l~tt~dBy~' w}~-~ 1963 Dodge Dart Convertible at 11 a. m. at St. Thomas Luth- VoldaherSepte.mbe, l$, 1970. V~daff.r~piemberl$, 1970. (ladua g ems eegum a y v) ~ ~ .~ 1963 Chevrolet |mpaia, 4-Dr. Hardtop eran Church in Ranson, it was 1962 Ford 4-Dr R H Auto. announced this week by the Rev. Richard Neal, pastor. N (~ 1962 Cadillac 2-Dr. Hardtop, Fully Equipped Nursery to be held during wor- 1962 Falcbn 4-Dr. Station Wagon ship for pre-school children. Sun- "" .$ CASH 1959 Rambler 4.Door Station Wagon day Church School at 9:45 a.m. i C, for adults, young men and wo- ~ 25,1W ~s~ ~ 2 3WffA $ 1952 Chevrolet -Ton Pick-Up Truck (New Motor) men, and children; Edwin A. FFtz- ~,~ "--"~t~thy pu, hase of ~ ~ ~-- '~, ~. - ---~ ~'--"~ Ioward lhe *or, hose of --Ld patrick, Superintendent. Survey ~ ~-p.u~, m ~ ~ ~=~~~'~'~,'~" ~:~ ~:~~~ '~ .~,** .~, ~ ~<~ "'~. -~" ','~-7(' Committee meets at the parson- ' . age on u, Snday at 2:30 p. m. and~ ~e~j~)o ~ ~ Eusl;in~-e~De~liou$ ~ ~ nrLLL!BgRYIv ~ ~ : .(O~.[):- Choir rehearsal on Thursday at " . BEEF ,PEN 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. /I~RKAY AUTO SALES !-o,~ i (ASH 0 where? when? I " I ' CASH y,~. ~, ~ ~ toward your pu chose o| ~ ~ t~ardy~rpu.rchaseef "Where Quality And Prices Meet" --- Deal * Deal II Pubil flon''" ReadTh,s' ! OEIEKUENT / LIQUID SOAP , CalIZ67-8649 - ]197 Winchester Avenue - Ca!1"267.8649 MARTINSBURG, We VA | Do .oo E . A i