J. W. Tuttle Obit
Rites Set Today For J. W. Turtle In Winston-Salem WINSTON-SALEM - John William William Tuttle, 80, died near here at his home in Stanleyville Sunday: at 11:30 p.m. Born in Stokes County. May 8, 1880, a son of P. M. and Mildred Wall Tuttle, he later moved to High Point, where he lived for six years. Mr. Tuttle lived in Bassett, Bassett, Va., since 1918 and was aj member of the Baptist Church; there. He was employed by Brady! Furniture Co., Winston-Salem, for 15 years before retiring in 1954 Survivors include his wife, the former Lula E. Eggleston, whom he married in 1906; two sons, Clarence L. Tuttle of Winston-Salem Winston-Salem and Lawrence W. Tuttle of Richmond, Va.; five grandchil- ejdren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral was to be conducted at Vogler's Chapel, Winston-Salem, at 3:30 p.m. today by Rev. T. C.j Keaton and Rev. Walter Wafford.