William Herron Rites Thursday William R. Herron, aged 71, died about 1:30 a. m. Monday in his home on'Milford Center Rt. 1. He was born on April 30, 1883 H» r VtBton~eounty~to Jeremiah- and Mary (Winters) Herron, both deceased. deceased. He was married on DeeY SI, 1902 in Vinton county to Minnie Minnie Peck, who survives, . Mr. Herron was a farmer and was a member, of the Oakgrove Church of Christ in Christian Un- ion. Surviving besides his wife are seven sons, Ora Herron, Plain City; Alfred Herron, of Ravenna; Otis Herron, of Mechanicsburg; Freeman, Freeman, Verndn and Marvin* Herron, all of Mttford Center,- and Ralph Herron, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Ralph Wood, of- Milford Center, Center, Mrs. Harbldflaefferty; of Mechanicsburg, Mechanicsburg, and Mrs. Floyd Wood, of Marysville. He has 50 grandchildren grandchildren and 16 great-grandchyd- ren. Two children, and two brothers brothers and four sisters a're deceased. Funeral* services will be held 'at 2 p. m. Thursday In the Oakgrove Church of Christ In Christian Union, Union, east of Mechanicsburg, with the S. the Rev. Harrison McCain Burial will be made in the Milord Milord Center cemetery in charge of Jldon Grigg, funeral director of Milford Center. Friends m«y call at the Grigg Funeral Home Tuesday Tuesday evening, and until time for the lervices.