Obituary of Scott I. Enfield Smith
and Luke's Ar- all a Fune- m. Fri- 7 Dom- SCOTT I. E. SMITH Scott !. Enfield Smith, 81, of Artemas, died yesterday at Wat Memorial Hospital, Berkeley Springs, where he was admitteti February 26. He was in failing health the past row years. Mr. Smith served 44 years as constable of Mann Township r e t i r i n g two years was the township's first forest warden, serving 35 years. He a retired laborer for the Balti- more and Ohio Railroad and a member of the Brotherhood Local and of Fairview Christian Church. A native of Artemas he was son of the late Philip and Sophia (Kennard) Smith. His wife, Bes- sie Mae (Elbin) Smith, died July 4, 1963. Surviving are a son, Philip E. Smith, Artemas, four daughters, Mrs. Francis Warnick, city; Mrs. L e o Northcraft, Warfordsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Randolph Twigg, Balti- more, and Mrs. Ernest Nichols, Salisbury, Aid.; nine grandchild- ren and 13 great grandchildren. The body is at the Hafer Fu- neral Home where friends will' received today from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p. m. It will be taken the residence of his son tomorrow at 2 p. m. A service will be conducted day at 11 a.m. at Fairview Christ- ian Church. Rev. Walter M. Twigg and Rev. Henry W. May will officiate and interment will be in the church cemetery.