five; students e noon. vacation high is to in John Avery Dies 1 At Higbee Home; Funeral Friday H I G B E E -- John Avery, Higbee, died al 8:50 o'clock last nigfil al his home in Higbee. Mr. Avetry was born Sepl. 12, 1883, in Howard County. He was Ihe soi: of Ihe late James Avery and Jane \Vinn Avery. Surviving are his wife, the for- Â·me r Miss Elba Dougherty Fen- Ion; three- daughters, Mrs. D. O. Clecton, Mrs. Auslin Sumplcr and Mrs. Denver White, all of Higbee; one son, Aubrey Avery, Faycllo; Ihreo step-children, Mrs. Eugene Bailey, Columbia, Mrs. L. D. Burton, Burton, Boonvillc, and Mrs. Clifton Dailey, Higbee; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; one sister, MM. w. f. GrigKs. Fayctlc, and two brothers, C. C. Avery, I!igbcc, -:nd Ii. M. Avery, Armstrong. Tlie body is at thc Million, Burton Burton and Grcer Funeral Home in Higbee. Funeral services will be hold in the chapel at 2 o'clock to: morrow afternoon by the r.ld Cook, pastor of the Higbee Baptisl Church assislcd by Earl Lewis, minislcr of the Iligbcc Church of Christ. Burial will be Myers Chapol Ccmclcry, south of Higbee.