Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
ALDERSON, Nov.. 18--William: yesterday, field been ill for than two years. jwill be eligible He was a retired real estate broker snd a member of the street Methodist church, at Bluefield, and of the Masonic Lodge. Born in Eiand county, Va., he was the ;on of the late Samuel Patterson and Mathilda Moore I Mustard. His wife, Elizabeth! u .N"tv^ Earns Mustard, preceded him in death IHouchuis, 19, of Pipestem, o Â· 4 v u keivcd a splinter Surviving are two brothers, l Gratten ana Eldert Mustard, of Pocahontas, Va.; and two i p .,,.,, daughters/Mrs. J. R.FredIock ( of Mercer Funeral Home at Bluefieid at 2:30 p. m., Sunday,^ Kev. F. P. Reynolds, of Alderson officiating. Burial will follow mausoleum at the Monte Vista cemetery, at Bluefieid. a The body was removed today ! from the Lobban Funeral Home to the home of Mr. McThenia. will be removed to the Mercer Funeral Home Sunday to lie in state until the funeral hour. Pallbearers will be Willim Graham, J. I. ClinginteLl, Louis Reiland, William Mustard, Hoy Mullens, Roy Phillips, Robert Sheffy and Allen Long.