C.E. Davis, son of Susan Bunstine Davis
of *u- $45,000 C. E, Dwh TROY--Funeral Mass will be Saturday meminc at *Â» at Jerome's Catholic Church for Carl Everett Davis, 82, of 614 S. Sherburn St. Mr. Davis died at 7:55 a.m. Wednesday at St Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where he had been a patient four weeks. Son of Jams H. and Suaan Bunstine Davis, he was bora March J, 188* at Mexico, Mo. He was married in Troy on 16, Mil la Mary Ann Sent a eck. Snrrtvmt m addition to hit wife are two wot, James f. Davis of Spaangdian, Germany, and Cart J. Davis of Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, S.D.; and five grandchilncen. Two sisters and a brother, J. Wheeler Davis and Mrs. Grace Burgess of Troy and Mrs. Rawaon of. Chicago, survive. One daughter is deceased. He was Â· member of the International Hod Carriers and Laborers Local. Friends may call at Edwards Funeral Home until SrM a.m. Saturday. The rosary wiB be recited this evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Joseph V. Dineen will officiate at the funeral Mass. Pallbearers will be William William Ruff, Vincent Schroeder, Eugene Schrameck, Robert Long, William Lowry and Jack Taylor. Burial will be in St. Jerome's Cemetery.