Obit Mrs. J. S. HARRIS
her home Cal M a \ u J ' d l r i t i t ' h c Mrs. J. S. Harris Taken By Mrfc. J. S. Harris died Tues. morning at 'i 40 o'clock at the Davis Hospital, htr death folio\\ ing Wt-oks of illness. Mrs Harris, a native of Ale,xan- dÂ»-i county, was the former Miss Mat!tc lona Hudson, the daughter of Thomas A Hudson and Hudson, and was born October He-r marriage to Mr. J. S. t . i l - jt J cemetery. Harri- v\as solemnized October 2, wn 1SS2. M i . Harris died on 1, 19?*. They weie the parents Â·lev*-n childif-n, nine of \\hom survive thÂ«rii niothci. 1 IIP daughters and sons are R L Beck ham, Mis. George Kil- ;iatnck and Mrs. George Motto, ?f this city; Mrs C. L. Parker. Â·=tonv Po.nt, Mrs. W. Y. Ball, merton, Paul, Floyd and David Liru--, .ill of Statesville, and Ro- *nd Harri,, iÂ»f Stony Point. Fif- :een ra; dchildren and four great grandchildren also survive. Mr= Harris leaves four brothers, Mesbr= Charles Hudson and D H. Hudson, North Wilkesboro; D. L. Hudson, Morganton; and T. R. Hudson, Winter Haven, Florida; ind t^o sister^, Mrs. B. V. Correll, of Mebane, and Mrs. M. M. Hidd^mte, Kuute 2. In ieÂ«.PiÂ«t years Mrs. Harris had made het home in Statesville vr daughter, Mrs George Motto Funeral Cervices were helt \\ ednesday aftenioon at 4 o'clock fiom the Stony Point Baptist ohureh, of which Mrs. Harris was Â·haitfd nie'fiber The service was ;d by the pastor, Rev Good Interment was in Stony Point cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Ingram, Paul Cryder, Claude Morrison, Ziem Morrison, Odell Hammer and Bewrj CocHell. Floweis were in charge of Miss Annie Baker, of Stony Point, and Mrs. W. R. r.son, of Statesville.