W.C. Ornburn's sistr Bertha dies at 83
Ander- Mrs. John Irons Dies in Moberly; Funeral Monday Mrs. Bertha Lee Irons, 83, died this morning at 7:30 in Community Hospital. She lived at 819 Cleveland avenue. Born east, of Moberly on Mrs. 18, 1885, she was a daughter salutes Jim and Ma Moberly "Â·"-'-'Â·Â·-- "- ' "Â·--Â· u "--'"- C. Mrs. Irons lived her entire lite in the Moberly area. She member of the Enon Baptist Church, east ol Moberly. H , husband, John, died 21 na- ago yesterday. j Surviving are one daughter, the Mrs. Homer Fifer, Moberly; lone brother, W. C. Ornburn, Moberly; five sisters, and T. R. Bell, Mrs. Mayme Moberly; Mrs. W. C. King, Kansas City; Mrs. I. E. Green, by sas City; and Mrs. Charles re- a and den, Omaha, Neb.; one granddaughter, Mrs. Gene Ancell, Moberly, and one veat-grandson, ^reg Ancell, also of Moberly. The body is at the Cater Funeral Home. Funeral services be at 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel by Dr. Joseph P. Grant, pas;or of the First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 7:30'o'clock tonight.