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of to John Madison, with years area moving the and Walter D. Variell PENNVILLE, Feb. 5 -- Walter / a i i e l l , 76, died at his Douglas early t h i s morning. He Is survived by one son, Lawence Lawence ot Pullman, three daughters, Irs. Lucille Newman, Dycrsburg, Tcnn.; Mrs. Montell HcrrlngUm, ackson; Mrs. Donald Wark, Casco ownshlp; 14 grandchildren; three Istcrs. Mrs. Alta Brltton, Elgin, II,; Mrs. Herbert Wilkinson, Caso; Caso; Mrs. Otis Thomas, Dougln.5. 'here arc also two brothers, Steven i Casco; and Monroe Eaton of angcs. The body Is at the Chnppel leral home in Fonnvlllc. Services vill be held there Sunday nt . m. with burial In McDowell Â·cry. Mr. Variell had lived In the as area for 22 years. Prior to ic had lived hi Cnsco township. Mrs. Variell died In 1842.