Theodore H. Avers Dies After &,&
hong Illness f
Theodore H. Avers, 73. of El¬ more, died Sunday evening lat 5:15 in his home. He haid been in ill helaltih for (the paslt year land ia half. He was a /retired farmer, moving to Elmore eleven years ago.
He was a member of Triniity Lutheran Ohurlcit, ia charter mem¬ ber lof ithe Men's Club oi that Church land la member of the Lu¬ theran Laymen's League.
Suirvivdinig are his wife, Louise (.nee Lor bach); sons, Walter lof Flmore. Albeit and Henry of Wioodville aind Riclhard of Griay- towin; one dfaughiter, Mrs. Anna Siinejairisoll of Penibervi'lle; broth¬ ers John, Frlank and Ervin of El¬ more; sisters, Mrs. Julia Ninke
<?mid Mrs. Edith Dedtz of Elmore; lnnjteejn igmndchd^ren, atnid jone £reat grandchild.
Friends may clall ht the Sabro- ske-Myers Fumeiral Home Monday eveninig until Wednesday 11 a.m. when removal will be made to T rinity E varng e 1 i Cal L u t h eran Church where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. at which time clastoet will be closed. Rev. Nich¬ olas May will officiate at thle ser¬ vices. The family appredilates the beauty of flowers but respectfully suggests contributions be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church Building Fund or the Lutheran Hour. Interment Union Cemet/ary.
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