The esteem in which she was held was yesterday afternoon attested when friends in large numbers assembled to do honor to the memory of Mrs. W.S. Casterlin. The service, as unostentatious as the life just closed, was conducted at the home on North Main street by Rev. L.O. Knipp of the Christian Church, Plymouth, and his tribute to the character of the deceased found echo in the hearts of the many who knew and loved her. Flowers in great profusion surrounded the casket and nearly filled the parlor and were cared for by Misses Jennie Vaughn, Alena Roiley, Daisie Dailey and Mabel Anderson, while the casket was carried by Stanley W., Torrance A. and James R. McHenry, brothers, and Dr. V.A. McHenry, Frank and Harry Casterlin, relatives. Interment was made in Forty Fort cemetery.
Source: Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, August 17, 1907.