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is at but on led lor 7 for at 4 the to 135 chapter No. 20 this (Tuesday) evening at 7:30. Work in Mark and Past. R. D. Payne, secretary. il. i PHILLIPS IS DEAD ^jmm Father Of Roy D. Phillips, Head Of Shoe Firm, Succumbs; Was Well-Known In Bluefleld And This Vicinity department, this W. W. Phillips. 80. father of Roy D. Phillips, head of the Bluefleld Shoe company, W. W. Phillips, Jr., and Fred T. Phillips, also of this city, died late last night at his home In Roanoke. Mr. Phillips, who for the past thirty years had been connected with the circulation department of the Roanoke Times and World News, had been seriously 111 for the past six months. He was widely known In Bluefleld and throughout this section, a territory *hlch he had traveled extensively In the interest of his company. The death of Mr. Phillips marks the passing of the first member of his immediate family. He was a native of Henry county, Virginia, but had resided in Roanoke for more than thirty years. He is survived by his wife, who before her marriage was Miss Lillian Hope Draper, and the following children: T. C. Phillips, of Washington, D. C; Mrs. T. W. Reed and Mrs. J. A., Wadi?, both of Roanoke; Roy D. Phffjips, of Bluefleld: E. H. Phillips, 'of Roanoke: H. F. Phillips, of Bedford; H. W. Phillips, of Mallary; B. W. Pliillips, of Roanoke; W. W. :?hU- lips, Jr., and Fred T. Phillips, both of Bluefleld; Mrs. H. S. Hase, of Baltimore; Mrs. R. C. Wimbush, of Baltimore; and Mrs. J. A. Hundley, of Miami Beach, Fla. He also leaves four sister, all of Roanoke. Roy D., W. W., Jr., and Fred T. Phillips will leave Bluefleld this morning for Roanoke, to attend the funeral and burial. JUDGE AND MRS. TANNER basement the It would stained which Enslow's He blood owned handkerchiefs Meek doctors Baldwin added three the Meek, had his Baldwin returned grains was The others and burglar Police theory Baldwin. Meek of and added: "The faintly saw a ley heard minutes There some around ing." er and he of drawer his the

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  1. Bluefield Daily Telegraph,
  2. 16 Mar 1937, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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