Virgil Lee Avery dies
| Virgil Lee Avery, 75, died at Virgil Lee Avery Dies at Age of 75, Funeral Saturday l and Mr. accompanied a , Okla., in o'clock yesterday afternoon in Whilaker Hospital where he haci been a patient the past two days. Mr. Avery had been in ill health a number of years. Born in Howard County, he lived northwest of Mobcriy the past 50 years. Mr. Avery is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Avery; five sons. James, Virgil and William Avery of Mobeily, and Winston and How. aril Avery of Kansas City; six 'daughters, Mrs. Robert B a r n e Higbcc, Mrs. Olcta McCormick and Mrs. Betty Ferguson of Moberly, Mrs. Leona Bowman of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Edna Sinclair of Kansas Kansas City and Mrs. Catherine Lucas of Excello; 19 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Jack Avery of Hannibal: and four sisters, Mrs. Susie Kincannon of "^ ' r M "' J [ yr " e W h i t e of \ Belle Mrs - Ona L " lhcr of Port ' n e I c t t s ! ' land ' Ore " ant JIrs - i l , and Mrs' n(ln " r 8 of Hannibal. The body is at the Million Funeral Funeral Home where services will conducted at 2 o'clock S a t u r afternoon by the Rev. Leslor Zinn- 1 wait, pastor of the North Park Baptist Church. Burial will be in Sugar Creek cemetery. i t h relatives.