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TOE NEW OXFORD FTEM, NEW OJLfOU), t*A* OCTOBEE 14, 1995 ··we be ftw boun aed Emm* bt bad op facturing town mee ctiU activ IIUleetowB served as yean. He ber of S HEATHS W*Lff\ Q · SO e*y S. Stover . Stover 78, an East UttleetowB, a clear rer aad f e r n e r ard member, died aftcneoa, Oct t, at be Hanover HesnitaJ had been admitted a earlier. Death was a heart condition. f the late C. Harry M (Sellers) Stover, crated a cigar manu- business in LHUes- of his life, and was i in making cigars op behind his home inal illness, wen a member of the School Board and its secretary for 20 was a lifelong mem- ·t. Paul's Lutheran ittlestown, and sev- served on the coun- ehurch. He was aim of the Odd Fellows of A lodges of LJt- the Adams County is Association of the re, sad was a mem- Alpha Fire Co. of A Bathe ef Ttmd dn Lac, Wfa.. a sea ef the late Bartlett and Mary O'Neal Loftus, he was a member ef St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Courjh, New Oxford. His wife, Margaret Haliy Loftus, died in i9JO. Surmise arc three children. Brrsard J. Loftus, New Hartford, N.Y.: Mrs. John Forry. Norwich, N.Y,; Miss Josephine T. Loftus, Utica, X.Y., and his sitter, Miss College. He served ta the during World War H. Surviving besides his p are: His wife, Betty Fisher; four children, sj K-, Karen M., Kathy II Laura K. Fisher, all at and a sister, Mrs. Jane don, Abbottstown. Funeral services were Friday afternoon at 2 o'd the Myers Funeral Horn* · ft- M"tus. Ichanicsburg. Rev. Dune Funeral service* were heldJMcPherson officiated. InU Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in: was in Gettysburg N St. Mary's Church, Hamilton, N.V., and interment in that church cemetery. Funeral arrangement* were Home, New Oxford. William H. Schultz William H. Schultz,. 91, York. Misband of the late Jeannie Sunday Schultz died at 8:39 a.m. Friday at his residence. He is survived by seven children. Curvin H. Schuhz, at home; Mrs. Clarence Kissinger. York; Mrs. Charles N. Keeney, at home; Mrs. Noah Miller. Spring Groxe R. S; William L. Schu'.iz, York: Mrs. Russell Miller, Abbcttstowr. ft. 1. and Harry L. Schuhz. Cemetery. Uvere J. Gaels Lavere Jacob Bable. 68, South St., McSherrystown at his home at 6 o'clock morning. He was a son late George and Minnie flnhlp VldLUCT* Mr. Gable was employ Revonah Spinning Mills for years, until April 21, wb became ill. He was a m of St. Matthew Lutheran C Hanover; the Loyal Order Moose and the McSherrj TTi^A f*f\ i* ire \.o. He is survived by his wife Mary Crooks Gable: a son L. Gable, York; a daughter Keller held National d*d Weist member Lfttlestown. He served a number oi years age as a jury commissioner oi Adams County. His wife, the former Ada Truth LeFevre, died in August, 1940. Surviving are his SOB, H Dean Stover, Littles town; i grandson; a sister, Mrs. Carrie atultz, York, and a brother, Edgar L. Stover, New Oxford Funeral cervices were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Little Funeral Home. Littlestown, with the Rer. Graham T. Rinehart, pastor of St. Paul's Church, and Rev. James E. Morecraft, pastor of Memorial Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, officfct'flg- Interment was In Mt. Carmel Ceu*t**y. Littiestown. Jetties Leftw James Loftus, 76, died at the Hanover Hospital Wednesday afternoon, Oct. after an illness of some time. He had resided with a sister. Miss Nellie Loftus, New Oxford R, J, for the last 12 years. He was a retired carpenter. LEGAL NOTICES J3TATB NOTICC «f Mmry E. Graft, tete ·( owMhip, AUox CoviBtJ, P«nn«yIv«nU. deeeueA. NotbM fe b*r*tr civOT that lMt*r* of AtaiawtratioB. c.ta. BBM th* of the above decedent lure been jcranted onto the underaiined br the EofUter of Wills of Aduu County. FensjrtauilA; »!} »«'·*»· having cl»in» or dMBtnii* MTtiriM the «Ut* of the «*id «eed«it are fMBfsMt M make kn«w» the mm*, a4 all t*n«B* indebted M tke Mid *ec«*cat at* (·· qoexted t» pub- Mummt 1»T onto the nadenicned. IJSON C. GROFT COS^ North SU«Mt MeSberrystowa, P« Adminutrator. e.t-», EMate of 3tair E. Graft, Or to ki« mttomvr Ronald }. Hifarm»B 44 ialtUMf» Krwt Brogueville R. 1; 34 grandchildren. 38 great-grandchildren, a Hanover; a granddaughter and Sreat-great-grandchild, and a sis- :er, Mrs. Mary J. Ness, York. Mr. Schultz was a member of Bethany EUB Church. His pas or, tfce Rev. Jerome F. Dieh! assisted by the Rev. Eby Leaman officiated at funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday at the Guy B Creep Funeral Home, E. Market and East Sts., York. Internment was in ML Rose Cemetery. York. Jehn R. Fisher John R. Fisher, 40, of 803 Apple Dr., Mechanicsburg, a naive of Hanover and a teacher at Meehanicsburg Junior High School, died Wednesday evening October «, at the Harrisburg Hospital. A son of Roderick and Mar (uerite Winebrenner Fisher, o: lampton, Mr. Fisher was praduate of Hanover High School and Shippensburg State AIR COMPRESSOR Sale* end Scrvfe* PAUL WAGNER. INC Petroleum Maintenance ·nH Equipment Seles MEW OXFORD, PA. «24-2111 KEYS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT Cress Keys Senrice Station, Inc. at MACE'S 14 W. Cheih.nl Si. HaMW, Pa. SUNBEAM APPLIANCES Mbcmaiitr Dtlnt . . . . . . $38.88 Mixmasier Standard 29.88 Mixmasier Hand 11.88 Percolator, 8-cnp 22.88 Percolator, 10-cvt 24.88 Coffee Master 36.88 Buffet Fry Pan, 10-inck . . . . 19.88 Buffet Fry Pan, 11-imeh . . . . 24.88 Stainless Steel Fry Pn. U-inch - - 29.88 Spray Steam and Dry Iron - - - · 16.88 Steam and Dry Iron 14.88 Dry Iron 11.88 Waffle and Sandwich Toaster - - - 34.88 Pop-up Toaster 14.88 Radiant Heal Toaster 22.88 Griddle with Cover - 25.88 Dectric Tooth Brush 14.88 Hair Dryer, 4 Settings . . . . . 22.88 Room Heater, small 19.88 Room Heater, larfe . . . . . . 28.88 Egg Cooher 14.88 Roiisserie 28.88 Cleaner Deluxe, WT 68.88 Cleaner Standard 48.88 Twin Bed Blanket 17.95 Denble Bed Blanket, singl' control · 19.03 Donhle Bed Blanket, dnal control - 24.95 Electric Breem Debuce 29.88 Electric Breem Standard . . . . 19.95 FOR THE FDRST SMALL APPLIANCES two brothers, John Gable, York, and Mason Gable, Dallastown. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at St. Matthew Church. The Rev. Dr. Howard J. McCamey officiated, assisted by the Rev. Charles W. Coates. Charles B. Ltehty Sr. Charles B. Lighty Sr., 77. East Berlin R. 2, died at 6:57 Friday morning at the Hanover Genera Hospital where he was a patien for four weeks. He was the husband of the late Mrs. Mabel Smith Lighty. Mr Lighty, a farmer most of his life WELL DRILLIH6 KOHL BROS. Harrfekwrff. Pa. Phone Harrkbwv CE 349N MELVTN BENEDICT R. 1. New Oxford. Pa. Phone New Orient M* «-43tl on each gallon of 100% LATEX PAINT Special Sate, limited time only. Get famous SPRED SAT.'N for walls, ceilings, woodwork. Use brush or roller. Colors stay fresh for years. · Dries in 20 minutes! ·Wash tools *C AA in water! ip«)»0w u i Sale l-nv» "^ Rtf uUr Prk* *.« Ml. S18 Frederick Street Hanover. Pa. Phone 637-2159 retired 11 years afs from the York Cere.. Yerfc. He si survived fcy five an Herbert Ughty, Dover X. 4: Lewis W. Ughty at* Home. East Berlin R. X and George Lighty aad Charles B Lkjtaty Jr.. East Bertie B, 1; a daughter. Mrs. Arthur AUaad. Yerk JLl:» fraadebildNa; three great-grandchiidren: a brether Robert Lighty. ThemasviBe B, 1, aad rvosMen. Mrs. Me Arthur. O-one Park, N.Y. and Mrs. Wilbur Freed. Abbottstown. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 pJ». at the Emig Funeral Home. East Berlin. Buri was ia Friends Msstsig House Cemetery. WeOsvfik. Mrs. S. Mrs. E. Mae Miller. 74 formerly of Dover R. 5. widow ef S. Benton Miller, died Sunday at 3:30 a.m. at York-Reet Haven Convalescent Home. Mrs. Miller resided at the Dover it. S address for five years, prior to her admission to the rest home, and had been a resident of the Cast Berlin area for 45 yean, the was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Abbottstown. Surviving are two children. Mrs. Yet*, asd AT thur at MBtar, Oever ft. 4; seven granrkftHdree, fov great-grand- Mrs. Earl Jacoby. Gettjfthsif. Rev. Garnet L. her pester, wftl eat**** a funeral isttssdiy «t l pJM. at Ike Emig Fueeral Heae, Queea St. Dover, bterneot wil be si Mt frem- Cemetery. band of tt. hus- bte Mrs. Hattk (Grove) Liviacstoa, died Sunday at 9-90 «-m- at the Brethren Home. Cress Keys, where he had been a sliest the peat two years. A retired farmer and a Uf«4oag resident of the East Berlin area, Mr. UvingitM was a soa ef the late Georft and Sarah Hunts Liv infton. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, East Berlin- He Is survived by a «i«tcr. Mrs. Ida Benedict, Mechanicsburfc and a number of nieces and nephews. Rev. Harold R. Stoudt. hit pas- or, will conduct a funeral Wednesday at x p.m, at toe Emi* Funeral Home, East Berlin. Interment wfll be in East Berlin Union Cemetery. i I Upholstering Exceptional Assocfeneat of Fin* Fabrics Lota of Color and Pattern Choice* Drop Ue a Card or Phono Wo WUl Bo Glad to Coll at Your Home With a Complete Lino of Saatplee CALL LITTLESTOWN MMOM C. E. ARTER, UPHOLSTDDIG Roar 174 W. 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