alexander m walker obit

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Surviving, besides her hus- are nine children, Mrs,, Paul J. King of Norfolk, Va., Co- Va., department announced yesterday near Maxton on Friday. Funeral ' John services were held at Centra , Church, of which he was an ·and burial .was at-Pai'kton on Saturday. " " : · - .; He is survived by the following children, J. B- Walker an'd a'daii- leen Adams of Richmond Mildred Shockley Jr., Ethel, ! Mary Adam s of the home: six brothers and three sisters, Q. A. N. A., H. W., T. S., D. S., and T. C. McLellan, Mrs. C. A. Sealy.; ^^ Mrs Juli;m Mckellar, both Mrs. George Sealey, all of Orrum. 1 * f M a xton ' aild Claude, Mas, and and Mrs. O. D. Barnes of Lumber-, Wi ] mer Walker of Plymouth; thresi ton. one half sister and brother j -^-others,- D. V. and D. Mrs. E. B. Webb of Wilmington both o{ Maxton, and J.-'L;'Walker John Robert McLellan of Florida, and two grandchildren, j Pallbearers were nephews' o f - of Knoxville. McLellan, Carlyle Sealy. The many beautiful were in charge of Mrs. Pittman who i WILLIE JORDAN Weldon and Duncan j Red Springs, Oct. 20: -- Funeral Willie, Richard, Paul services for willi c Gilbert Jordan, 47, were held at the home of mother, Mrs. Alice Currib near Duffies Friday morning. Interment was in Mary Love cemetery in Hamlet. Mr. Jordan died flowers Prather and Mrs. Wilber Steph- assisted by Mmes. Leggett Jenkins, Carlos Stanley, Mulis ear j y Thursday morning after an Walters, Woodrow Shooter, A very j ilness O f two years.' Besides his Atkinson and Misses Lois Parnell | mo t ncr ne \ s survived by his Hilda Atkinson, Jimmic Potter, j widow ; Mrs . Sallic Smith Jordan; Jessie Byid Atkinson, and Joyce six childrcjlf Eleanor Carr and Gil- bcrt Jordan, Jr., of Duffies, Jordan of Fayetteville, Courtney BOBBY JOE SNIPES . , .. ,, , 1 and Joan Jordan of Brooklyn, --· , Y., and Bobbie Jordan of Hamlet; | i fjve sisters. Mrs. Z. B. Saunders Fairmont, Oct. 20.--Funeral ser- and Mrs stanlcy E; sink, both of vices for Bobby Joe Snipes five-} W j nsto n-Salem, Mrs. L. C. Milli- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry | ken of Red SpringSi Mrs . £. G . Snipes of this section, were heW j Saunders o£ Newport News, Va., at Pleasant Hope church Friday I Mrs- G s McMma n o f Laurin- _ _ . r _ afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. Wilbur Edwards of officiating. The child died Thursday at a local sanatorium after an illness ear- f c , ur weeks. MORKIS LEE BLACKMON are his parents, seven \ Morris Lee Blackmon, 10-days- brothers, and three sisters. The old infant son of Mr. and on brothers are Carl, James, Earl I Jack Blackmon jot Lumberton P. S.. and Percy! 1, died Friday night, Oct. 17, after Snipes. Sisters are Mrs. Alvie a brief illness in a Edwards, and Sue Neal and..Mary hospital. | Cath'erine Snipes. Alf survivors "The body was buried in Meadowbrook cemcttry under a i burg; two brothers, J.C. Jordan Lumberton . Hamlct and grnest Jordan of Fayetteville. are from Fairmont and vicinity. Pallbearers were Wilson Grooms,James McCormick, Clyde Barnes, and Advil Grooms. Flower girls were Ruby Neal Britt: mound of flowers, Saturday : at 3 o'clock, with Rev. E. A. Paul charge of the rites.' - Thc;child is survived by- his Eva Grey Willoughby, Mary Cau-! parents. His only brother Caulder, Miriam McCormick, La-I ed him to the grave over Rue Brill, Odesa Lane, Edna Me- J ago. Cormick, Mrs. Alex Ransom, Mrs. i · Bob Townsend, Mildred Home. I and Cletis Britt. All are f r o m } this section. i ALEXANDER McM. WALKER. Study 50 Billion Victory Program Maxton, Oct. 20.--Alexander · ,,. , . . _ . ,,,, /T ,, . . , McMillan Walker, 68 died sudden- I Washington, Oct. 20.-(/P ly of a heart attack at his home Sowing tension over develop- inents abroad, high administration

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  1. The Robesonian,
  2. 20 Oct 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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