Eula Alma Starr Linkous
Linkous Funeral Mrs. Eu!a Alma Linkous, 55, Shady Spring, died at her residence at 10:25 p.m. Saturday following an extended illness. Funeral services will be con-| ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Shady Spring Missionary Baptist Church with the Rev. Earl officiating. Burial will be in the Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery. Born at Newman, Nov. 3, 1905, the daughter of the late Henry and Acenith Simmons Starr, she was a member of the S h Spring Missionary Baptist Church, the Shady Spring Missionary Circle. the Home Demonstration and the Shady Spring-District Woman's Club. She was a resident of Raleigh County most of her life. Survivors include her husband, Lonnie Linkous, owner of the' ! d r j Shady Spring General Store; daughter, Marie Linkous, a stu-j dent at Concord College; two James and William, both at and two brothers, E. M. and L. Starr, both of Shady Spring. Pallbearers will be Worthy Harris, Ross Houchins, Douglas Lonnie Mills, Edward Sanderson and C. A. Walker. The body will be taken from the Keyser Bryant Funeral to the "church one hour prior the services.