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burs. HUDNALL CMtuned From Page 0*t their day's work of hauling logs from Kelleys Creek to tne nam. As he walked early that next! momma, it was still dark, he did not see the body hanging in the tree until the feet hit him in the head. Hudnall re called he, was young and he thought pretty brave in those days, but, when be realited what he had stumbled into, it "just about scared me to death." He said he couldn't remember sw he eat out of there, but he! did and told his brother of the happening when he met him at; the dam. The brother told him what had happened. Said Hudnall: "All the ers at the dam were busy as if nothing had happened. There wasn't much law in those days.' The elderly Cedar Grove man came from an old pioneer family family of Kelleys Creek. His late brother. Harris, was a member of the 10th Cavalry, (J. I still lived alone in a house be occupied for over half a century. Huonau was a memrjer ot me| Cedar Grove Baptist Church and the Rising Sun Lodge IOOF at East Bank. Survivors include two sons, George C. of Glasgow and Carl] Charleston; tour grandcnn dren; and seven great - grandchildren. grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Cook Funeral Home at Cedar G - rove by Rev. Todd Smith. Burial will In the Woodland Cemetery Cedar Grove. The body is at the funeral home.