Lubbock Morning Avalanche, 13 May 1948

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Lubbock Morning Avalanche, 13 May 1948 - Services For Chris Enger, 65, Will be Conducted...
Services For Chris Enger, 65, Will be Conducted Here Today Funeral services "will be held at 3 p. m. today in the Foursquare Gospel church for Chris Enger, 65, of 1212 Forty-second, who died at 8:55 a. m. "Wednesday in Davidson clinic. Rev. Floyd Dawson will officiate, officiate, assisted by Dr. C, A. B;ck- ley and Sister Daisey Wilbanks. Burial will be' in Tech Memorial cemetery under direction of'Plains funeral home. Immediate causes of Enger's death were named by an attending physician as uremic poisoning and myocardial degeneration. He had been ill for five months, and had been a patient at the clinic for six weeks. Born at Cranfills Gap, Enger had been a resident of Lubbock Lubbock and vicinity for 19 years. He is survived by his wife, twc daughters, Mrs. Joel .Scwcll anc Mrs. Preston Northcut of Plainview; Plainview; six sons, Herman, Clayton James, David, Marvin and Paul Enger, all of Lubbock; two brothers, brothers, JErriil and August Enger of Cranfills Gap; three sisters, Mrs Benny Jenson, Mrs. Caroline Mickelson and Mrs, Christine Anderson, Anderson, all of Cranfills-Gap, and nine grandchildren.

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  2. 13 May 1948, Thu,
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