sandwich, and James H. Avery Dies Suddenly; Funeral Thursday James H e n r y Avery, Sarbaum Trailer C o u r t , suddenly at 11:10 a.m. yester- ay in W o o d l a n d where he had been taken four hours earlier after suffering a stroke at his home. Born in H o w a r d Nov. 29, 1894, he was a son of B. M. and Mattie Moberly Avery. Mr. Avery had lived in the Fayetle and Higbee areas until 30 days ago when he moved to Moberly. He was a retired farmer. Mr. Avery was a member (he Mt. Pleasant Christian Church, southwest of Higbee. Surviving are his wife, Verna; two sons, Melvln Avery Rocheport, and J. H. Avery Fayclte; one step - daughter Mrs. Stanley C r e s s , Iwo brothers, Raymond of Ren ick and Benton of Kansas City, Kan.; two sisters, Mrs. Ernest Sliockley, K a n s a s Mrs. Alva Ray, Trenton, Tenn.; and three granddaughters. The body is at the C a t Funeral Home. Funeral serv- on ices will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Mt. Pleasant Christian Church. Burial will be in the Fayette Cemetery. The Rev. Wilson B e n 11 e y will be charge. Visitation will begin at 4 p.m. today.