Betty Householder obituary
•Mrs. Belly Householder BERKELEY SPRINGS - Mrs. Betty Householder, 70, of here, lied last night in Memorial Hos(Hal, Winchester. She had been eriously ill since December 20. A native of Morgan County, W. /a., she was born November 5, 888 a daughter of the late Albert md Anna (Courtney) Keesecker. Her husband, Charles Household- ;r, preceded her in death. Mrs. Householder was a mem- icr of the Spohr's Crossroad EUB Church. Survivors include four sons, James Householder, Martinsburg; iharles W. 'Householder, Martinsburg; Herbert Householder, St. 'etersburg, Fla., and Jack House' lilder, Berkeley Springs; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Yost, of icre, and Mrs. Vernon Michael Florida; five stepchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Blake ant Miss Mary Keesecker, both of here; Mrs. Myrtle Householder Cherry Run, W. Va., and Mrs James Brough, Martinsburg three brothers, John Keesecker Cherry Hun; Robert Keesecker Sleepy Creek, and Henry Kee seeker, Florida; 19 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The body is at the Parks Fu eral Home here. Services will be conducted on hursday at 2 p. m. at th pohr's Crossroad EUB Churc] Rev. Arthur Grant, and inter lent will be in the church ceme ery.