Euguene Currin obit
Eugene Currin Dies at Richmond, BimalToday RICHMOND, Va, Aug. 16.—Eugene ! Gooch Carrin, aged 69, prominent re- ! tired tobacconist, widely known in the i i"^ ^ American Tobacco company. I industry died Saturday at a local hospital and win be buried today In Oxford, S. C. / . Funeral services were held from the home of his sister. Mrs. A. H. Powell, in Oxford, at 11:30 a. m. and burial was in the famlly „ plot. 4n Etnrwood cemetery there. Mr. Currin was born In Granville Returning to America some thirty years ago he lived In Durham, N. C.. until he came to Richmond in 1913 shortly after the formation of the Export Export Leaf Tobacco company; with, •which he held a. ^responsible position until he retired about six years ago. county. N. C, and spent his early han- j ferellce . hood la Oxford. For mote than forty j years he was in. the tobacco business. ~; left Oxford for Greenville, Term.,' a leaf tobacco buyer lor' .TO DEDICATE FEAT HOUSE BICK&COND, Va.,,. Aug. 16.— gfy— Or, Freeman H. Hart, professor* of economics economics at Hampden-Sydsey College, will participate ta the dedication. o£ a new Pi Kappa Alpha .fraternity house at Northwestern "OniTeraity. Chicago, Friday, it was learned her* today. Dr. Hart, who has been visiting: K. IX Pulcipher, of Detroit; national directon cf Pi Kappa Alpha, win go to Chicago Thursday to attend the biennial om- national and district of-. 21-22, ae,is national "vie* t and historian of tae frater- j TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATHH* Afterwards he lived In Bjnston. N. C, for several years and then went to jFor^Benjt: Furnished Apartment Durham and then to Australia, where ' ^^ ' ~ " -"-*Sydney -"-*Sydney for about flve Chestnut St. Immediate possession. J.-D. 1,-ey, Inc. Phone 810.