Obit W. E. MORRISON
no no States a he be W, E, Morrison Taken By Death Mr. William Edgar Morrison, 71 years old, died Tuesday afternoon afternoon at 3:45 o'clock in Davis hospital. He had been in failing health for sometime and had been in the hospital for three days prior to his death. He been hospitalized several times during the past year. FuneraJ services were held Wednesday at 3:30 o'cloÂ£T from the First Presbyterian, church, and interment will be in Oakwood. Mr. Morrison was a native of the Stony Point community, a son of the late James Calvin in w5iat except of fight Eur- Morrison. He lived in his home community for the greater part of his life and was engaged in farming. Coming to Statesville later years he was employed, while his health permitted, at the Empire Knitting Mills. On March 7, 1913, he was married to Miss Archy Harris of Alexander Alexander county. His wife survives and three children, Mr. Walter Z. Morrison and Mrs. Martha M. Speaks of Statesville and Mrs. Joe Taylor of Denton. There are eight grandchildren. One brother also survives, Mr. Walter N. Morrison of Stony Point and a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Morrison was a life long member of the Presbyterian church. The services at 3:30 today today will be conducted by Rev. N. R. McGeachy, assisted by Dr. J. H. Pressly and Rev. James Potter. The pallbearers will be Messrs. Scarr Morrison, Louis Brown, W. P. Conger, Glenn M. Chandler, Floyd Harris and Wade H. Bell. Mrs. A. S. Beckham Mrs. Parks Wooten -will receive the flowers. The boay was removed this morning from the Bunch Funeral Home to residence at 124 South Green street.