Clipped From Anderson Herald
at made and value drawer, re- Enry win- softballs. Street manager at Kenneth Davis PENDLETON - Kenneth M, Davis,.56, of 222 S. Franklin St., Pendleton died Sunday. He was born Feb. 12, '1916 in Pendleton anc'h e is survived by his mother, Mrs. Blanche Davis of Pendleton. He was employed by Puckett Chevrolet Sales in Pendleton and was also a Pendlelon school bus driver. A WW II veteran, he fought in the Battle of the Bu!gÂ« in Germany and was a l s o member of the Pendleton Ameri- can'Legion. He is survived by his wife Bonnie Davis and Ihree children: children: Mrs. Sally Lutes, Pendleton; Pendleton; Amelia Davis and Kennelh Kennelh Eugene Davis, both at home. Also s u r v i v i n g brother. Raymond Davis, Rt. ,1, Penileton; and three sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Helen Feight, Frankton; Eilcns Sylvester. Lapel; and Mrs. WanetÂ« Crook. Lapel :and his mother, Mrs. Blanch* Davis ol Pendlelon. Funeral services will be held al (tie Cornell Bright Funeral H o m e today al 2 p.m. with the Rev. Keith Davis of the First United Methodist Church, Lapel officiating. Burial will be in !he Mcndon Cemetery at Pendleton. Pendleton.