Dorothy Saffell Howell 1958
_^ i DOROTHY S. HOWELL \ Funeral services for Mrs. Doro-; thy Saffell Howell, former Com-i merce businesswoman, will be! held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the! I chapel of the Jim Thomas rnor-i 'tuary at Commerce. Joe Ellis, as- ! sociate pastor of the First Christian Christian church in Miami, will offi-i ciate, and burial will be in GAR? cemetery. ' Mrs. Howell, 78, died early Sun- jday in a Miami nursing home. For most of the past six years i .she had lived in Miami with a : | daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Crowson, 1825 West Central avenue. A resident of this area since 1.916, Mrs. Howell 33 years ago opened i the Black Cat cafe in Commerce, ; retiring in 1940. ' , Also surviving are a son, Riley j Saffell, Commerce; a granddaugh-; 'ter whom Mrs. Howell reared/ Mrs. George Hclmick, Vallejo.' Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Bertha Zellrner Smith, Muskogee; Mrs. Elsie Rubin, Fairland; Mrs. Ame-' lia Kosted, Gushing, and Mrs. Liz/.ie Kottle, Earlsboro, Okla.; two brothers, Fred Zellmer, Fair- jland, and Riney Zellmer, Comp-i |ton, Calif.; four other grandchil-i jdren and two great-grandchildren.