Mrs. Ollie Willis McConnell
Board an Mrs. Ollie McConnell COEBURN'. Va. - Mrs. Ollie McConnell died at her home here Thursday afternoon afier a long illness. . jnut St., died in Surviving are eight daughters, Mrs. Josie Dlevins of Hellier, Mrs. Onie Cochran, Mrs. Lota McConnell and Mrs. Edith Kiser, Coeburn; Mrs. Verda Harris and Mrs. R u t h Keiih, Church Hill, Tenn.; Mrs. Carlee Carter and. Mrs. Maxie Dougherty, Kingsporl; one son, Ceburn McConnell, New- Buffalo, Mich.; two half-sisters. Mrs. Lizzie Giles, St. Charles, and Mrs. Dona Palmer, Big Gap; and half-brothers, George Willis, SI. Charles, and Everett Willis, Btackwatcr, Va. The funeral will be Monday 2 p.m. at the home, if the is suitable.' If not. it will be in the Estes Funeral Home Re'. and Afrs. C. L. Kilgore conduct (he service. Burial will in Laurel Grove Cemetery. The body was taken to the at 7 p.m. Saturday.