Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
40 cent attention Internal Corn- students they In S. Linkous, 60, Dies In Hospital Samuel W. Linkous, 60, of 34 Ellison Ave. died at 11 a,m, day in a local hospital alter a illness. Burn In Pulasfci, Va., on July 4, 1(398, he was a son of the Charles and Lucy Graham Link ous. He was a retired coal and a member of the United Workers of America Local 7086 'He w-as a member of the Lester Church of Christ and the Beckley Moose Lodge, and a resident of Beckley for the past 13 years, Survivors include his widow, Sylvia Jane Miller Lin-kous: five daughters, Mrs. Ruth Ryder o; Portsmouth, Va., Miss Ruby Linkous of Cleveland, Ohio, Miss Shirley Linkous of Portsmouth, Va., and Misses Margaret and Linda Linkous at home; four sons, Leonard and Donald Linkous of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md., Ronald Linkous of Washington, D. C., and Robert Linkous at home; a stepdaughter, Mrs. James Foster; three brothers, brothers, Eugene and Bill Linkous of Hyattsville, Md,,' and Hatcher Linkous of Sullivan, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Church of Christ on Harper Road by the Minister, Fred Cline. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The body will be taken from Keyscr - Bryant Funeral Home the residence at 3 p.m. today. Pallbearers will be Joe Bcrillo, Rady Clay, Clyde Webb, Claude Webb, Leonard Lovcll. Ira Lee Miller, George Ray Pugh, and Stanley MacKoviak.