Clipped From Anderson Daily Bulletin
for m Edna Anderson Dies Thursday LAPEL - Mrs Edna Anderson, 77. mother of !ia TM 1 l A ." t !f5 so ".._ 0 .L Ande . rs S!damage auto Ms. time charged and condition died Thursday evening at St. John's Hcspital afler a brief illness. Mrs. Anderson was a lifelong resident of Lapvl. and was employed at Delco-Remy Division for 28 years, retiring in 1958. She was a member of the Lapel Methodist Church, the the Eastern Slar. and the Mothers of Laocl Surviving besides the son, Harold, are three other sons, James of Laoel Hichrd of Winchester, and Frank Anderson of Pendleton; a brother. C Huffman; nine grandchildren and one great - grandchild, several nieces and nephews. The body was taken to the Fisher Brothers Funeral Home where friends may call after p.m. today Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the home, and burial will be in Brookside Cemetery. The Rev. Marion 0. King, pastor of (he Lapel Methodist Church, will bfficiate.