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  Feb 5 1958

Mrs. Mayme Eaton, 55, who was an employee of R. & M. Cafe when failing health forced her to resign four months ago, died at 5:`15 p.m. Tuesday at her home at 130 College avenue.  


She was at R. & M Cafe for 11 years.   Despite her illness, Mrs. Eaton was up and about her home yesterday. 


The body is at Weisinger Funeral Home.  Calling hours and funeral arrangements were pending today awaiting the arrival of sons in military service.  


The deceased was a native of Henderson county, Kentucky, who came to Mt. Vernon 34 years ago.   She was a member of First Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon.  


Surviving are six sons, Clyde, Marrs township, Arthur E., Occoquan, Va., Melvin R., Riverside Calif; Frank M., Chester Air Force Base, Miss; William Joseph, Lakeland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex; and Samuel Jr., at home; a daughter, Gyda May Eaton, at home; five grandchildren; two brothers, George T. Potter and Charles Potter, Uniontown, Ky; two sisters, Miss Albert Potter, Uniontown, Ky., and Mrs. R. L. Blain, Bowling Green, Ky., and an uncle John Ford, Uniontown, Ky.                                          



Originally submitted by Betty Sellers