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OF JEFFERSON FARMr. tADVOCATE + .JUNE 11, 1959 2,--A ths and Funerals -3 GRANVILI.E STULL nville Stuil, 89 year died Tue.sd ay Hospital here illness. engaged in farm- Point for a nurn before movin~ to to reside on Jeffer- of Frederick County, born on May 23 1870 late Alfred and Mary lven financial support of charitable (ngan- his farm, in Army, 1%co- Moody foundat mere,bet o,f Charles Churc,h. are two sisters-Mrs D.C.; Charles Town: of nieces and ,he- removed to the Funeral Honre Will be held Thursday in. at Charles Town with the 1%ev. and the Rev. Sam- officiating. 1 be in Edoe ttiH Cem- W. SLIFER lee W. Slifer, wid,ow Slifer died Friday ~ral Hospital here af nt most of her life unty until moving a daughter, Mrs. in Vienna, Va. ago returni:~g here hospitalization. Jes Town 86 year. of the late ary Gallaher, Weller. tre: two daughters, .Mrs. A. J. Peigus, three sons-Ber Monica, Calif; Er , 'Mass.; George M. Pa. : two E. Wysong, ; Mrs. Luther M. and five gra,nd- Honorary bearers were: P. O. Dunaway ano Roger Rissler. Pall- bearers were Pi'tnk 1R, oneHniJ;, Bill' well Ware, Henry Weller, Thurs- t(1,q Shirley, Max Ibown and Wil ]iam Stuck. MRS. PIIILIP GRIM 'Mrs. Rude. Idella Naomi Lee Gritn, widow of P'hJlip P. Grim, died .~;uddenly Sunday at 8 p. m. at her home ,aq the BIoomery a,fter an illne:.~ of some ti~l;e. A native of Paige c0uu,ty, Va., she was born on ~dar(h 3, 1898, a daugirter .of tile la,te Edward and Alberta Baker Fos~teI. She had resided in Jefferson County fo.r tbe past 35 years. Surviving are four daugfl~ters- Mrs. Margaret, Brown, Mrs. Ed- ward S. Sienkiewicz, Mrs. Col'bert Wh,itley, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Clayte,n James, Charles Town; two sons-M-Sgt. Edward L. Grim Dover Air Ba,;e, Del.: Philip U. Grim, at home; 12 grandchildren; ,three si.~ters-MlS. S. D. Meadows, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. S. N. Alger Petersburg, Va.; Mrs. Mauriee Pope, Hall,town and three broth- ers-James S. Foster, Newark, Del. John H. Poster. L}mekiln Md.; Hoyte E. Fo:ster, Falling Waters. The body was removed from ,the Smith and Strider Funeral Home to t~he late home Tuesday afternoon. Services will be held Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at, the Pentecostal Church of Ohris~c in Bolivar with the Rev, Ma,rtin Hughes officiat- ing. Burial will be in Edge Hill Cem etery here. MRS, CARRIE P. GRAY "Funeral services were held Tues day af'~ernoon from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Mrs. Carrie Pauline Gray, 40, wife or Melvin A. Gray, who died Sunday inch:ling at the home oF her fa.ther Ephraim S. Wagaman, Third Avenue, Ransom The Rev. 'Carlyle McDonald, pastor of the Charles Town Methodist Chtn'e'h officiaeed. Burial was rhode in Ed- ge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. A residen of Purcellville the de ceased had been ill since Decem- tcr, i.,mdn al; iho horn(, in P;H'ccll- ville; her rattier; and six sis,tel's- Mrs. Walter Arnel,te, Mrs. C'h,arles Fauble, Mrs. Frank 1%ogers. Mrs. Marjorie t-tough, Ranson; Mrs. Willard Tomblm, Charles Town: Mrs. John Tammaro, Pimlieo, Md. MRS. MARGARI