Laura Knipple Keedy obituary - 7 Sept 1972, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD
i t a l and Pa.: e v e r a l r e c e i v e friends at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight. Mrs. Ltuira M. Kceily MAflTlNSBURG, W.Va. Mrs. Laura M. Kcorty, 73, of 123 N. Center St., died Tuesday at Ihe University Hospital in Morgantown. She was born In Cumberland, Md., the daughter of Ulysses and Cora Albright Knipple. She was a member of the Christ Reformed Church in Marlinsburg. She is survived by her husband. George W. Kccdy: one daughter. Mrs. Leonard (Delia) Propps of Charles Town; one step-son. George Keedy Jr. of Warwick, R.I.; six sisters, Mrs. Violent Appold of Cumberland, Md., Mrs. Malinda Emerson, Mrs. Arbutus Houck. Mrs. Cpra Ripple, all of Falling Waters, and Mrs. Edith Lee and Mrs. Ahhy Myers, both of Martinsburg: one b r o t h e r , Joseph Knipple of Cumberland, Md.; one grandchild and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the KoRolschatz and C o f f m a n Funeral Home with Ihe Rev. B. R. Bonds officiating. Burial will be in Green Hill Cemetery in Martinsbnrg. T h e f a m i l y will r e c e i v e friends at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight. Lindscy M. Unger MARTINSBURG, W.Va. Lindsey M.. Ungcr, 85, of 817 New York Ave., died Wednesday morning in the Ncllas I Nursing Home in Elkins. 1 He was born in Jefferson County, (he son of- Joseph j Charles and Sarah M i l Unger. He was a retired friner and j w a s employed with the I Berkeley Woolen Mills in his younger life. He was a member of the Bethel Pcnlncoslal Tabernacle. Me is survived hy o n daughter, Mrs. Anita Dickerson of Arlington, Va.; five sons, Mayson Unger and Earl Unger, both of Martinshurg, Harvey Ungcr of Rcnton, Wash., Jack linger of California and Jerry Ungcr of Bcnton itarbor, Mich.; one sister, Mrs. Jay Fuss of Front Royal, Va.; one half- I N S U L A T E -- W Fix up y o u r roof viih a i-nof coaling -- 5 YEAR price. Remember, A l u m i n cooler.