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William C. Mumaw
Dies In Hospital

      Ill for two years and a patient
in Winchester Memorial Hospital
for the past three weeks, William
Clinton Mumaw, 39, died in the
hospital early yesterday morning.
He was a native of Stephens City.
      A son of John William Mumaw,
and the late Mrs. Ida Ewing Mum-
aw, of Frederick County the de-
ceased was born Dec. 1, 1906.
When he was 16 years old he went
to Washington, D. C., where he
resided until about two years ago
when he returned to make his
home with his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry White,
of Boyce. At that time he was
employed as a mechanic in the
Navy Yard in Washington. He
was unmarried.
      In addition to his father, of
near Stephens City, and his sister,
of Boyce, he is survived by two
other sisters, who are Mrs. O. D.
Perry, of Winchester; and Mrs.
Robert Shiley, of Frederick County
and a number of nieces and nep-
      Funeral rites will be conducted
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the Methodist Church in Stephens
City by the Rev. Earl C. Day, pas-
tor. Burial will be in Green Hill
Cemetery in that town.
      Nephews will serve as pall-

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