Our community was shocked today by the announcement of the death of Miss Annie Hunter, daughter of Mrs. Mary A. Hunter, which occurred at her home in this place between 10 and 11 o’clock this morning. Miss Hunter had been sick for a couple of weeks with fever and rheumatism, though her condition was not regarded as serious. Last night she was thought to be a little better, but early this morning she became much worse, and a few hours later she died from heart failure. Miss Hunter, whose sudden death will be so deeply deplored by our people, was 32 years of age. She was born in Pennsylvania, but her parents moved to this place when she was but four years of age. She has lived here ever since, and has always been a most highly respected young lady. She was an active and useful member of the Lutheran Church, and her death will be greatly regretted by those who found in her so willing and cheerful a helper in all departments of church work. The deceased is survived by a mother to whom her death is a most serious blow, and by one brother, Mr. J. E. Hunter, of Moundsville, this State. We extend to them our sincere sympathy. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.
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