Clipped From The Mexia Daily News
Funeral Services In Groesbeck For Walter M. Asher GROESBECK (Spl.) - Funeral Funeral services were held at Shelton Chapel Thursday afternoon afternoon at 3 o'clock for Walter Mack Asher Jr., a former resident of Limestone Count) who was killed on Highway f near Perry, Wednesday. Mr. Asher is reported to have stepped into the path of a cai and was dead on arrival at a Marlin hospital. The services were conducted by the Rev. Everett Cox, pastor pastor of the Parkview Baptist Church of Waco. Burial was in King cemetery near Thornton with the Shelton Funeral Home of Groesbeck in charge of arrangements. arrangements. Mr. Asher was born on Oct 16, 1892, and formerly lived in Shiloh, Personville and Thorn ton. He was a retired farmer and was affiliated with the Baptist Baptist church. Besides his wife, Mr. Asher is survived by two sons, Edgar Eugene Asher, of Waco, and Richard Edward Asher, of Freeport; four daughters, Mrs. Ruby Jenkins and Mrs. Betty Kroll, both of Waco; Mrs. Li'l- lie Mae Tomlinson, of Clute, and Mrs. Lillian Fitzugh, of Hallsburg; 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Also surviving are five brothers, brothers, Jesse, Bill and Willard Asher, Asher, all of Thornton; Ollie Asher, of Abilene, and Odell Asher, and three sisters, Mrs. Newt Dunlap, of Groesbeck, and Mrs- Jewell Caroll and Mrs. Myrtle Lee Ashley, both of Thornton- '