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New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania ^AOITWO Qt^Vwr \ Conn^ Veto Return ^ MM of four oountlam were tht 8JW AiMTlMns who kMt Ufw durtnt WorkI Vhu* 11. wvrt returned to the V. 8. % alKMiM the V, 8. Army Lawrence Victory, the the Army Mtnounced. A total of 444 of the remains are of •oldlers who were In-In tonporary mlUtary ceme-In fHnoe, lAUwrabeurs aad tmitod KiDfdom. The eountlans are T.-0rt. Ken-W. Craumer» «on of Walter J. kumer« Pairtleld. formerly of Ab-Pvt. Jesie M. Orogg. of Xaaae 1L Orate. Sr.. borouth of New OKford; Pfe. Robert Munemaker, aon of ClRrence C. r. Hanover B. 4, and B 1/c >nald R. Starry, «on of Arthur H. Jf AMpOB li. 1. Swgeant Cramner died June 8. 1949, Itk an airplane crash in England whflo en route to the United [fitatet. Indncted July 38, 1M2. he ?ti% trained at Tbrt Meade, Md., iTyntfal} Field, Va., and Fort Myers. imtt. Rft was sent overseas to Kng* I land in January. 1944. and won the I Air Medal for seven miasiont over ¡Soropo. Tount Qrogf. aged 33 years at the [time of his death* died September 90, 1944, In (MUnsboume Duels, Sng-id, aft a result of injuries incurred THE NEW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD. PA., JULY 8. 1948 In a panehute jump during traln-inf. Fvt. Otogg had been overseas less than a month. The young para* trooper entered the army in March of 1943. He was home on furlough in August. 1944. and went to Eng-, land shortly thereafter. Before going into service he had been employed at the miey welding establishment. Nunemaker, 30 years of age at the time of his death, died May 31. 1945. in a hospital In France from a serious Illness which affected his lungs and spine. Pfc. Nunemaker had been a member of a ground crew at an Blghth Army Air Force bomber in Surope. He went into the service May 1. 1943, training In Mississippi and Florida, going overseas In Fetmiary. 1944. He served first in England, later in France. Employed by the Hanover Cordage company before enterlnf the service, Pfc. Nunemaker was a member of Sacred Heart church, Oone-wago. and belonged to the Holy Name society of the church. Seaman Starry died September 17. TOIB'S Liflrhtninir Bolt ^ Kills Two Hornes John M Stavely. Utttestown R. 2. last week was the happiest man i who evrr lost two horses. He had a good roaAon. The Adams county farmer was engaged In cultivating com on his farm near White Hall Tuesday evening at about 8:30 o'clock, when an electric storm broke suddenly over that section. Btavely was seated on the cultivator drawn bfr two horses. A bolt of lightning killed both animals. Stavely felt only a "tingling * shock, walked away unharmied. MKT. CD. CO. mS8 ftfOBTS-Or-WAT Paul L. and Letti« A. Dupler. Conewago township; Malvin and Helen M Hoover, Reading township; Robert A. and Florence H. Thompson. Latlmore township; Anna E. Williams. Samuel and Elisabeth B. Denlinger. Cora> Oeiman, all of Huntington township; Olmn S* and Clara B. Swope. Tyrone lown^lp; Clyde E. and Mattea Hankey and Roy and Anastasia Kuhn, all of Hamilton township. 1943. in a base hosp&tal In Northern Ireland following an appendectomy while aboard ship following which he was removed to the base hospital. He had been in service about a year. Jail Pleases Bureau Chief Fred Brady, director of the stale*« bureau of corrections expressed himself as "highly pleased" with Adams county's jail following an Inspection oi the establishment Wednesday afternoon. Visiting the structure now in process of construction, ti^e bureau bead told the Adams county com* missloners that the building glvrs promise of being one of the best constructed Jails in the state. He added that he plans to return to see the building again when it is completed and that in aU probability boarda of commissioners throughout the state who might be planning new Jail construction wlli be interested In viewing the county's { Brady and the commissioners dls-ntw Jail and In studying the many' cussed the problem of whether to features of modern prison construe-' construct a wall or a fence about tion incorporated in the county's I the Jail yard, but no decision was new structure. formally reached RETURNS FROM C Colonel William O. Weaver, Gettysburg. has returned from Fort, Monroe, Va.. where he had been on active duty for the past six months with the historical section, office chief, Army Field Forces. Mrs. Weaver and daughter Patty returned with him. ELECTRIC SERVICI ANYTHING ELECTRICAL m Fair Ave. Ltneoliiwar West Hanover, Pa. Abbellatewn, Pa. Phone 3-2iaz PhMe sa-R-i We Have It — Prompt Servioe Diamond & Wadding Rtam* • • • Best Valves — Meet ReaatiM Ifatlanallr OMMr A4v«rUiliis • aperteli? •If Mfs aioNa aM MAC** Bw SA Ossia, it.. Qttlysbttffg ts-r Exclusively at Hartman^s 39 Baltlmare ñU Hamrer, Pa.SERVICE TO EVERYBODY Lwnbtr CmI FM« FwliliMr WtDflirtrWOLF SUPPLY CO. 47 N. StroHen St. — Phon« 30 GETTYSBURG 1910 1948 GREENEBAUM'S On The Square HANOVER, PA. "The Home of Good Clofhes" OUR 37th YEAR 1910 1948 UTTLESTOWN AMERICAN LEGION • VFWCABMIVALAU WEEK - JULY 12 - 17 IITiaTAIMMENT EVERY RUNT MONDAT JVUr ÌML-TOWX CnmUllITT BARD"^T" JANMIEE lAML-TOWll 1161 soon. BJUIS im NEssMn SATimDAY iULY » FOR ALL'^AGB 1 TO 100 SKYUMEROi 60LDEII VALLEY TRIO vit If FORALL'^AGB WOSMB m iß m ITO 100 IIefreshments ■¡9 llriwiBi Sataidtf UTTLESTOWN. "Where Qems and Qold Art Fairly Sold" QUALITY VIM lill i: MAY Jmoèter m WMU MARKST RTBIir. TOM. PA.HOT, HUMID WEATHER IS HARD ON CLOTHES The extremelr hot weother we've been hcrrina la unuauaUy hard on clothes because It not only couses wrinkles and perspiration stain« but perspiration is hard on the iabdc. Frequent dry cleaning will keep your garments iree irom odors and make them look better and last longer.GILBERT'S DRY CLEANERS W 24 CHAMBERSRURG ST GEHYSIURQ, PA.Sme '"GOBBECHTS" FOI THAT UCHTDIC FIXTUBE Htor, Tikle, Deik aid Bed Lanpi Wtt Hcrr* a Complal» Lin* INCANDESCENT and FLUORESCENT AditoSMth« CIRCLINE FLUORESCENT LAMP Alao Hoy« DOOR CHIMES AU StylM Whether it's « rM«ptaelc «r » oMuplet« havH .wlrinc Jak we have experienced electrielMU that an ««Btppe« to da aU Uo* of electrical repairing.E. J. J. COBBECBT 120 Ea Chestnut St. Phone 9129 Hanover* Pa.BINDER TWINEandBALER TWINElUraleolSoda Ferliliittr Stirling« Grewiag ind Liyiag Null 15 lid 30 Cibic FeetFARM FBEEZERSUCUID LADDEBS HAY HOPE ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Gettysburg Ntw Oxford For Smart Modern Floors Arastroig Iiliid Always a good le* lection oi patterns« instolled by our own experienced floor à Uaoltui butallatita Coals No Moro Hot* Tkcm EIMWImto [ALT TOJS. QUAm RUBBER THE. COL-TIAN BUNDS. EIbimt E. W^HÍIS jâ vömK, rcNNA« SALEi Shoe Repair Machinery, Complete Ovtfit Price Reasonoble Also Gos Heater and Tank M. L TIPTON 241 York Stroot — Phono 437 Y-1WANTED NEW AND USED CARS Must Be Clean and In A-1 Condition Will Pay Wghest Cash DoUar KESSEL S AUTO SALES Lincolnwoy Woot Now Oxford, Phono 128-R-3 Famous for Fine Seafoods Scholtie's South Queen St. « UTTLESTOWN, PA. MORE OF THOSEOUTSTANDnG VALUES 1S41 NMh AntwMwdor Seisn, Radi«. Weather- | J IMO Chevrolti Cott^, Heater 950 1940 Nash Ambassador Sedan, Radio and | Aif r Weather-eye .......... IU/9 1989 Chevrolet Coach» Radio and Heater.................. 1937 Buick Sedan. Radio, Heater—' -AS IS" .............. 1936 Chevrolet l^^-Ton Dual Wheel Coal 495 325Starz Bros. & Fritz 1781 W. Market St., York, Penna. Naah Sales and Service Phone 5839 Lei ihe Bear Fix YOUR Car How Ffont WhMl AllgnnMnt Servie* Now Only $2.00 G«t Linad Up For Vacation Drhrinq Bear System Brake Service GENERAL REPAIRING PhoBo 5-RCENTRAL SERVICE Fr«d O. CrouM S. Quoen St., Littlostown "1/ It Coveri the Floor, We Have It' ON THt SQUARE HANOVOL FA. FABERWARE Guorontaod Quality cmd Workmanahip Complete Liie oi PYREX PRESTO Prfssnre Cookers and Cooker Canners For Safe Canning AdreitiMd In American Modical Aiaociation Pxiblication FuULin* Slaialeu Steel Cutlery Handtoi In Goy Colors Electric Clocks Accurato as W«U As Good LooUna SESSIONS TELECHRON See Naring's For. • • Full Line of Pressure Cookers Work Saving Proctor Appliances Stainless Steel Cooking Utensil§ Beautiful Electric Food Mixers ALUMINUM WARE By ■ - • Club Aluminum — Now Colonial Woaravor and Buckoyo Electric ■AZEY ko Cnàhén and CanOpMMS 37 ItllbMre Sirtt» Woiakaar Bros. PImm lis DmIiíc bait CtiiyiWii, Fa. | Saadwldi 1 Fip Vp IWden ;