Clipped From Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
an E. L. BUTLER E. L. Butler E..L. Butler, 68, of 2802 22nd St., died about 1 p.m. Friday in Methodist Hospital following a six-week illness. Services will be 3 p.m. today in Sanders Memorial Chape with the Rev. Roy L. Ward pastor of First United Method ist Church, and Horace Coff man, associate minister Broadway Church of Christ, ,of ficiating. . . Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Formerly of Rector, Ark., Butler had been a Lubbock resident resident 4$ years. He owned and operated a grocery store from 1927 until 1941.. At the .time of his death he 'owned Butler Picture Picture Framing Co. Survivors include his wife, Ella May; three sons, Dr. Jack Butler of Kensington, Md., J. H. Butler of Houston and Frank Butler of 5228 28th St.; two daughters, Mrs. R. C. Kimes of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Gene Stokes of Austin; a brother, B. A. Butler of Rising Star; two sisters, Mrs. H. V. .Robertson of Albuquerque and Mrs. Maybelle Gilbert of Carl Junction, Mo.; and eight grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Lonnie Mason, Wayne Gossett, Joe Henderson. Haney Embry, T. C. Kimes and Harlan Cook. of of .