Clipped From Las Cruces Sun-News
In now enables emergency of city operation ForMrs. App^rstiii : Aie Pendiiig - .' -,__-_^_j Â· 4 Â· Funeral services nre pfmllng- Mrs, .Lila Apperfion,'-6^iwlf6fwf Marshall Apperson, ' ager of the Mesllla Valley Chamber Chamber of Comrhercej who "died*"suddenly "died*"suddenly at her home this nVorning. Mrs. -Appcrson : WRS . : 7xrn Â· Â· EvanviUr, JrnV, and moved to"Las Cruces from Austin, Texas,"recently Texas,"recently upon the retirement of.her InjS' band from the Southern, ynlon Company. She was very active In St.. Andrew's Episcopal Church* work. ^ , ' She la survived by her husband; two daughters, 1 Mrs.'Helen Louise James' of Austin, Mrs. Gwynne Lee .Wf eland of New Braunfels, Tex.; a con, Marshall-S. Apperson of Houston; a sister, Mrs. Margaret-Compton Margaret-Compton of Dallas; and two brothers, Sid Kessler of Van Calif, and Fred Kessler of Oaks, Calif.; and eight grandchildren. grandchildren. Graham's Mortuary has charge of arrangements. "