Clipped From The Malvern Leader
Tno .- „ ... ? Ue . s ,t y V ad ^ Cen health for some tune - Death Comes to Will Kesterson Will Kesterson, one of county's oldest residents, in poor Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. 2 at 2 p. m., at the Mansfield Funeral Home, the Rev. James Imlay, officiant. Interment in the Malvern cemetery. Mr. Kesterson was born in a log cabin on a farm Mills died ihe His west and south ce his entire horn of Malvern and spent his entire life there until four years ago when he and Mrs. Kesterson moved into town. Besides his wife Daisy, he is survived fay a daughter, Mrs. Ruth D Hauger, and one son, Fred Boyce.