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 - last Rites Held for Mrs. Castor i Funeral...
last Rites Held for Mrs. Castor i Funeral service for Mrs. Viola Castor, 79, were held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Squires, Monday afternoon, afternoon, Rev. C. A. Lemon officiating. officiating. Interment was made at Bropkside cemetery. Mrs. Castor, who for more than 40 years lived in and near Mason county, had for the past I few years made her home In I Scottville while assisting in dif- ] where illness made it necessary to have the expert, care she could give. | I While here she became j member of the Ladies Aid so- ciet y and other church organi- nd>ations and all were sorry when her poor health made it neces- • saf y for her to remain all or U"*e time at the home of her daughter, who tenderly cared for . ner - . _.. Viola Rutty was born in Jid- do, N. Y., in 1851. When a girl of 12 she accompanied her par- j igan, where she entjs to Ingham county, Mich- _ j marriage to Elbn Upwards of 40 : lived until her 'Castor. years ago they came to Mason county and purchased purchased a farm near Morton a! school where they lived until I the death of Mr. Castor 15 years aeo *-' Since that time Mrs. Castor 1, spending two years! with a brother in Florida. This I I br °ther passed away two_years I ** u - Another brother, E. A. ,„--,,-, , ville - . He also P assed several years ago. i j j Mrs. Castor is survived by her Tl Y? d J^st south of Scott- a! au g er - Edith, now Mrs Jon i r!fq uire f, and five grandchildren.; i Several nerjhew.<?. nnp in nstrnit i

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 06 Jun 1930, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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