MRS. LOUISE ATWATER
(Services were held Tuesday "iot ¦Mrs. Louise Atwater, 75, RD 1, Oak Harbor, who died in Magruder Hospital Saturday. She had been a patient there since Dec. 2.
A native of Oak Harbor, the deceased had been a member of St. Paul's Evangelical and Reform¬ ed Church for 53 years. She was a •member of the Country Culture Club.->^....-, I " - -'¦' <;¦* "¦• •¦ * .
Surviving are the husband, Wil¬ liam, three sons, Wilton, Raymond and Morton, all eiT Oak Harbor, two grandchildren and one great grandchild. A son, Norman, pre¬ ceded her in death. ...Rev. Paul O. David officiated at the service held in .St. Paul's Church. Burial was in Union Gem - fiery,
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