Edward Isiah Aherron
E. I. Aherron Funeral Rites Set Tomorrow The funeral for E d w a Aherron, 71, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. from Memorial Chapel. Interment will r.e in Floral Hills Memory Gar- dens. Mr. Aherron died yesterday morning at his home on RL East, Ringgold Rt 1, after a illness. He was a native of Ringgold, where he had lived most of life and was born April 17, the son of the late Prophet I. Aherron and Mrs. Mary Ann Richardson Aherron'. Mr. Aherron was a carpenter and for 11 years had worked Gough Lumber Co. He was of Primitive Baptist faith. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Goldie Prather Aherron the home; one daughter, Mrs. Geneva Brown, Danville; and sons, Curtis E. Aherron and J. Aherron both of Danville; jald A. Aherron and Dudley 0 Aherron both of Richmond; iD. Aherron, Ringgold, and T. Aherron, student at Green- ville, S. C. Also surviving are one sister Mrs. Janie Barker, Lycchburg his step-mother, Mrs. Mamii Aherron, Blanch, N. C., and half-brothers and four half-sisters Willie Aherron, Keeling; Hurley Aherron, Danville; Hugh Aherron and Jack Aherron, both of gold, and Herman Aherron, ville; Mrs. Hester Stump, Ring- gold; Mrs. Helen Wyatt, Blanch N. C. and Mrs. Alice Teague Mrs. Jenelte Creasey, both o Danville; 11 grandchildren aitf two great-grandchildren. The r e m a i n s will Townes Funeral Home and the family will be at the residence on Rt. 58 East.