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a by Andrews, o l d Den- Charlie F. McCormick FAIRMONT -- Charlie Franklin McCormick, 76, died last at his home on Route 3: a farmer and a jiativo of the county, he had been ill for two years. The funeral will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. at lona Presbyterian church of which he was a member. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Rev. Paul Hanks will be in charge. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Rollie WiLoughbv McCormick: a son, Raymond McCormck of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby StublK of the home, Mrs. Barnes of Rowland, and Mrs. Allen Andrews of Fairmont; a brother, Sandy McCormick of Fairmont; a sister, Mrs. S. L. McCormick of Rowland. Pallbearers will be James McCormick, Wilbur Davis, Guy McCormick, R u d o l p h Alford Snipes and Ear] Snipes. Also surviving are four grandchildren, Mrs..Newton J e n k R'out e 3, Mrs, Grady Nor Ivers, S. C, Charlie Ray and of Route 2, Rowland.