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ROANOKE, VA., February 4.— Miss Catherine Fisher of 245 Eighth Avenue, N*. W. left Sunday for Bos ton. Mass, to visit her aunt, Mrs. Pearl Penn. She will in all proba.* bility spend two months in B>ston. Mrs. Maliuda Leftwich, 145 S xth Avenue has been sick for two weeks. She is somewhat improved. Mr. G. U Pittman, 212 Seventh Avenue, who has been quite sick for several weeks, is slightly improved. ; Mrs. Bettie Patterson, 1010 North Jefferson street, who has been quite sick for five weeks, is convalescing, j ! Mrs. Paint, of Eighth Avenue has been taken to Burrell Memorial Hospital for treatment. Mrs. William Gravely, of Eighth Avenue was taken to Burrell Memor ial Hospital frtr treatment last week. Rev. W. R Howertou, D. D., of Alt. Zion A. M. E. Church delivered two very wonderful sermons Sunday. Holy Communion was Sunday and his text was taken from Mark 14:32. A*, night Dr. Howerton spoke to< his hearers on “Th? Closest Relationship of Christ to Man. Ye are my friends if you do whatsoever I have com manded you. The entire service of the clay was very grand. The offering was very gratifying The funeral services of the late Mrs. Alfred Meadows, 2017 Fifth Ave nue took place February 1. ^rom the First Baptist Church, at 2:30 P. M. Dr. A. L. James officiated in the eul <gy. assisted by Rev. L. L. Dowiir1 i ing. Mrs. I.oney read telegrams from various friends and Mrs. Lucy S'ratton. also a solcf by Mrs. Loney. Rev. James spoke of the wonderful ' career of this wonderful ■woman and ! mother, whose life could be commend ed to all women of all ages and all \ races as an ideal mother. Rev. 1 James remarked that he had attend ed thousands of funerals in the last 32 years, but saw less reason for sorrow than any attended. He felt God bad given this mother her heart’s desire, to see all her children grown and married with credit. Her bel ved husband just preceded her to the grave a few years ago. Mrs. Meadows was 72 years of age. Rev. \V. R. Howerton was called on for remarks as the daughter and son in law were members of h's parish. The tlorall designs were very unique and significant of a noble life blooming into a more joyous state in the land where the roses never fade. The po lite funeral director W. F. Hughes and daughter had charge of thy re mains, which were peacefully laid to rest amid f! avers in Midway Burial Park. Mrs. Meadows died at the residence of Mrs. Hattie Lee Dugger, j where the family was present to wit- j ness the expiring moment of one so ! dear to them. The late Mrs. Lucy Barnes, of Fifth Avenue died Wednesday. Jan uary 28. after several weeks illness. The funeral services were held Fri day. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted and loving husband, four sistersl one brother. Services were held at the High Street Baptist Church, of which she was a member. Rev. W. E. Lee officiated in the eu-> logy. Madison Stanfield, 153 Wells Alley N. W. dropped his bunch of keys Saturday*, while delivering his. papers. A key check was attached- indicating the owner. Any one finding Same will please return to this number and ample reward for same is offered. Rev. Ross was ifr the city yesterday February 3. and Salem, the home of his earlier days. He is stationed on the Eastern shores of Virginia and his trio here was on business WYTHEVTLLE ITEMS. WYTHEVILLE. VA.. February 4. i -—The weather was beautiful Sunday and the services were well attended. Those who attended the funeral services of Mrs. M. ff. Stepteau from out of town were: Madames W. B. Lewis. C. A. Clark and J. R. John son, Sr., of Pulaski. Va. and Messrs. Henry Wilds, Robert Collier. Floyd Bentley. Alfred Houston and Mrs. Charles Russell and family, of Rural Retreat, Va.: Mrs. Mattie Guy Fra zier and sister, of Radford, Va.; Madames Richard Holiday. C. E. Redd, G. Wells, of Max Meadows, Va.; Mrs. Janie Trigg, of Pulaski. Va.; Mrs. Ellen Hollins, of Roanoke Va.; Mr. John English, of Bristol. Va.; Mr. Moses, Johnson and Mrs. Janie Claiborne, of Johnson City, Tenn. Rev. *1. C. Williams, of Hampton. Va. preached the funeral of Mrs. M. i. Stepteau. While in the city he was the guest of his mother-in. law, Mrs. Lizzie T Johnson. Tlte ministers who- assisted at the funeral of Mrs. M. J. Stepteau were Revs. L. B. Alston. W. B. Johnson. C. B. Holoway. John Deni and G. O. Wing. Prof. R. H. Scott, a life long friend of the family, read the tele grams. resolutions and obituary. Mrs. M. J'. Step tea u. the widow of the late W. Harrison, who died in Baltimore; Md. at the home of her son. Dr. C. Harold Stepteau, January 27. 1925, was buried Monday, Feb ruary 2, at Oakwood Cemetery, Wytheville, Va. She was married April 9. 1S65. To this union eight children were born, three of whom preceded her to the land of rest. The five surviving children were beside the bier: Rev. C. Harold, of Balti more. Md.; R. A., of Clarksburg, W. Va.; IT. O. Stepteau. of Wythe ville; Mme. ‘Ethyl Mae Hebron and 011ie B. Gibson, of Wytheville. She was a faithful Christian, a devoted wife, a loving mother, a kind and trusted neighbor. Her ideals were pure, lofty and spiritual and her deeds were noble and right. Mr. and Mrs. John Buel, of Cam den, N. J., who have been visiting relatives and friends, left this A. M. for Pulaski, Va. While in the city they were guest of Mr. and Mrs. James. A. Hurper. Have the Plane? sent to your o1' dress for one yea\ The cost is ouly 00 per year. It will aid a journal tiu has served you foi> nearly half u tlliy> \ 'rie v'«w V(l»' . <m us a naan, hui power and tr nickeled, 38, price. Satisfi NO MONEY, plus postage. e, greui peiieiruung r Lie marksmanship. Blue steel or 1 32, 25 or 22 celiter, all same iction or money back. 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Citron, white and hague blue in Tashan fabrics pre vail for Spring. Wornout socks often wear mother out—when she has to darn them February ts a month of good ex amp.’es Lincoln and Washington In the spring a mother's fancy work -often, turns ro thoughts of boustoleaitfing . t • . * * • When your memory is so poor you have to buy a memory book. It s likely you'll forget what you bought the hook tor Dad contends that being called up on the telephone Is all right—but he objects to being called down Every youngster always wears his rubbers every time mother catches him just before he goes out The "golf widow' season ts fast approaching. Lincoln's Birthday Thursday, Feb. 12. By SATTERFIELD INSPIRATION /* <► iATTeR-fit^ —* autocaSteR Mrs. Wilson Today | IAuto'caVtcr I -■ v^y.-.y; /X*i. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, widow of our war president, at the dedica tion of the Wilson Memoria'*Tab let at* the Central Presbyterian Church in Washington last wep1. 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