death of Mrs. D's brother
OBITUARIES THE REV. F. F. JONES The Rev. F. F. Jones died at his home near Middlebrook Friday evening, June 16. Mr. Jones was born in Dlnwiddie county, March 29, 1875. He was the son of the late Dr. Thomas Thweatt Jones, pastor of the Brunswick Presbyterian church in Brunswick county and Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jones graduated from Hampden-eydney college with the A. B. degree, and received his B. D. degree from Union Theological seminary in 1901. He was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry by the Presbytery of Ashvllle. North Caroline in 1901. He began his mlnlsty as an evangelist In Clay county, N. C. on the death of his father, he was called to his home church in Brunswick county, which he served from 1903 to 1911. He was pastor of the Olivet and Pine- tops churches in North Carolina from 1911 to 1913, and pastor of the Timber Ridge Presbytrian church in Lexington presbytery from 1913 to 1919 when he was compelled to give up the active ministry on account of 111 health. Surviving are his wife and the following children; The Rev. Frank F. Jones Jr. of Tucson, Ariz., Miss Mary Boyd Jones, at home: Dale Jones of Houma, La; Miss Anne Boiling Jones, James Alexander Jones, and Miss Meade Randolph Jones, at home. Two children died in infancy, Betty Jones and Nancy Barnett Jones. He Is also survived by the follow ing brothers and sisters. Dr. Boiling Jones of Petersburg, Randolph Jones, Texas. W. Elliott Jones, Houma, La.; Five sisters, Mrs. W. B. Mcllwalne, Heath Springs, S. C; Mrs. J. P. Atkinson and Mrs. J. L. Tucker, Champe, Va.; Mrs. J. O. Damerson, Weems, Va., and Mrs. L. R. Bowling, Center ville, Miss. An infant brother and biotliei, Thomas Thweatt Jones of Texas, are deceased Funeral arrangements will be announced later.