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j 1 t f ' ' '' I I 1 1 ) I I i t r ) L a or 1 a Cl Cl Cl Cl I ti t It liDeattllng mond Funimerallg ERNEST A 11117RPHY Ernest A Murpily 64 ot Boylan Dr died at licic Hospital Tuesday following a short Wness He was a retifed clerk with the Railway Express Company and a veteran of World War I He is survived by hi 3 wife Mrs Myrtie Parsons Alutphy three sons'! Charles Carl and Bill Murphy of Raleigh two daughters Mrs1 Eleanor Kunc of Raleigh and NIrs: Letha Morris of Sarasota Fla:1 three brothers Jesse Jodie and Brudie Murphy of Newton Grove three sisters Misses Matt ie Johnnie and Katie Murphy of Newton Grove five grandchildren Funer ton Street with the Rev C W Ward officiating Burial will follow in Mt Hope Survivors include one son Kin law Patterson of the home three sisters Mrs Edna Jackson of Winston-Salem Mrs Ruth Harrington of Bennettville S C and Mrs Annie Ledbetter of Broeklyn N Y: two brothers Joseph Hinson of Harts- ville S C and Early Howard of Winston-Salem four grandchildren nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild MRS E P G BULLOCK 1 Funeral services for Mrs Earl Penny Goodson Bullock of Apex who died Friday night will be held Thursday at 2 pm: at the Hope Baptist Church The Rev C R Trotter will officiate and burial will follow in the church cemetery She is survived by her husband Earl Melvin Bullock two sons Rickey Earl and Michael Bullock both of the home her parents the Rev and Mrs Theodore Goodson five brothers Elbert Lee Weisner Theodore Jr Joseph I and William Kearney Goodson nine sisters Miss Roger Mae Goodson and Mrs Lucille Johnson both of Los Angeles Calif Mrs Lacy Mae Jones May Gurther Goodson Ruthie Mae ' Goodson Joyce Louise Goodson and Gloradine Godson all of Raleigh Mrs Theirklusia Bullock Apex and Mrs Swanora Brewer Portsmouth Va and her paternal grandmother Mrs Alice Goodson Raleigh WILLIAM CLYDE MELTON William Clyde Mellon nine-year-old son of Mr and Mrs O C ' Melton Jr of Garner died Monday after a long illness Surviving are his parents: three sisters Vicki Melton Malinda Melton and Laura Melton all of the home: his paternal grandparents the Rev and Mrs O C Melton of Clinton the maternal grandparents J D Shaw of Fayetteville and Mr and Mrs D L Johnson of Orlando Fla Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Garner Methodist Church The Rev Johnie L Joyce will officiate and burial will follow in Mont lawn TIIOMAS M UPDEGRAIT Thomas Marvin Updegraff 54 of 917 Powell Drive Garner died at Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill Tuesday afternoon af ter a short illness A native of Ohio he had lived in Garner for the past three years and was a heating engineer with Integrity - Supply Co He is survived by his wife the former Thelma Bayer four daughters Mrs Sylvia Lan-1 caster of Greece Teresa Mary and Sally two sons Paul and Allen all of the home his mother and step-father Mr and Mrs George W Lawther Fort Myers Fla two brothers Loy Allen Updegraff Columbus Ohio and G Robert Lawter Columbus Ohio two sisters Mrs Mary Ackerman Akron Ohio and Mrs Mabel Hoy New Philadelphia Ohio Funeral services will be held Friday at a time and place to be announced -- -- INFANT LEWIS ELON COLLEGE — Graveside - services were held Sunday after-'loon at Shiloh Methodist Church Cemetery for the two-day old daughter of Mr and Mrs William C Lewis of Mon College who died early Sunday morning ata Burlington hospital The Bev D B Alderman pastor of Gibsonville Methodist Church officiated Surviving in addition to her par ants are four grandparents Mr and Mrs Kenneth B Lewis of Rt I Gibsonville and Mr and Mrs J W Barnette of Mebane MMe dent of Durham for the past 40 years She was engaged in proiessional nursing and was a member of the Fletcher's Chapel Methodist Church Survivors include one daughter Mrs Stephen Nichols of the Wake Forest Road two 'sons Adolphus of Durham and 'Clifton with the Army in Balti more four grandchildrent hree brothers Clarence Satterfield of 'Burlington Cable Satterfield of Mebane and Allen Satterfield of Cave' Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 pm at the 'Fletcher's Chapel Methodist Church enar Durham Interment will be in the church cemetery al services will be held Friday i The Rev Orville Ripley pastor at 11 am at Mitchell Funeral of the church the Rev Stuart I Rome by Dr Geoge Cuthre111 McRae associate pastor and the Burial will be in Montlawn 'Rev William Scott pastor of the !Congregational Christian Church MRS SOPHIA PATTERSON via officiate Funeral services for Mrs Sol phia Patterson of 203 Smithfieldl MRS MARY E PARKER ?pm in the Lebanon Baptist St who died at home Saturday MOREHEAD CITY—Mrs Mary Church by the Rev O W Pulley will be held today at 3 pm at the Ethlene Parker 81 of Newport l and the Rev A C Tatum Bur-First Baptist Church on Wilming- l Rt I Bogue community died at ial will be in the church cemeton Street with the Rev C WI a hospital in Raleigh Tuesday tery a hospital in Raleigh Tuesday morning Funeral services will be conducted at the Bethlehem Methodist Church in Bogue Thursday at 2 pm by the Rev John Casey Interment will follow in the Humphrey Cemetery She is survived by her husband J K Parker ALVIN L RADFORD BEAUFORT—Alvin Lewis Radford 39 of Beaufort died in the Morehead City Hospital Monday morning A veteran of World War II he had been in the employ of the Seashore Transportation Co for 14 years Funeral services will be conducted at the home Wednesday at 1 pm by the Rev Phil Quick ley Interment will follow in the Atlantic Community Cemetery He is survived by his wife the former Eunice Hill of Atlantic one son Phillip of the home his mother Mrs David Kelly of Goldsboro his father Leslie Radford of Four Oaks three sisters Mrs R L Simpson Criehhen Me Mrs Hazel Haire of Goldsboro and Mrs Aaron Taylor Fayette Ala four brothers Leslie Jr Jacksonville Fla Paul Calvin of Goldsboro Jerry and Ronald both of Four Oaks and his maternal grandmother Mrs Fannie Howell of Goldsboro GEORGE GRAVES HOPE MILLS—George Graves 32 of Hope Mills died from injuries sustained in a train-truck accident in Fayetteville Monday He is survived by his wife Mrs Meloneise Graves one son George Graves Jr of the home one brother Talmadge Graves of Thomasville three sisters Mrs Lottie Fowler Mrs Rachel Norris and Mrs Fannie Suggs all of Tabor City Funeral services will be held at 3 p m Wednesday in the chapel of Hamilton Porter Funeral Home conducted by the Rev Paul Trogdou Interment will be in Big Rockfish Church cemetery — MRS LEONA FINCH BAILEY—Mrs Leona Finch of Bailey Rt 2 died at her home Tuesday afternoon Surviving are one son Moody Finch of Bailey Rt 2 two daughters Mrs Odell Cassidy of King's Park N Y and Mrs Annie Mae Terrell: one sister Mrs Ella Glover of Bailey Rt I and five grandchildren MRS AUDREY C THOMPSON ROXBORO — Mrs Audrey Chandler Thompson 83 died at her home in the Olive Hill community early Tuesday morning She was a native of Caswell County and had lived here for the past 53 years She was a member of the Concord Methodist Church Funeral services will be conducted at the home Wednesday at 3:30 p m by the Rev A M William her pastor Burial will be in the Concord Churel cemetery Surviving are her husband Jacob Thompson of the home three daughters Elizabeth and Daisy Thompson both of the home and Mrs Elnor Moore of Danville Va one son John Thompson of Semora two sisters Mrs Lillie Williams of Blanche and Mrs Bob Cobb of Hopewell Va and eight grandchildren — JOHN H SWANSON lied early Sunday morning ata DURHAM—John H Swanson Burlington hospital The Rev D 63 of Rt 3 Durham died TuesB Alderman pastor of Gibson- day at the Veterans Hospital here ville Methodist Church officiated Surviving are his wife the former Surviving in addition to her par- Beulah Day two sons Jack and ants are four grandparents Mr Wallace both of Durham four and Mrs Kenneth B Lewis of Rt daughters Bonnie of the home 1 Gibsonville and Mr and Mrs Mrs Co len Chandler of BurlingJ W Barnette of Mebane ton Mrs VV Lee Copeland Jr of — MILS ADM S THOMAS Charlotte and Mrs Eddie StemDURHAM—Mrs Addie Satter- pie of West Conshohocken Pa field Thomas 68 of the Wake three brothers Van of Erwin Forest Road died en route to Richard of Fayetteville and Dud-Watts Hospital early Tuesday ley of Roxboro four sisters Mrs morning Born and reared in Per- Jesse Averatte Burlington Mrs on County she had been a resi- Willie Clayton and Mrs Mabel Ratigh MEMORIAL PARK Raleigh's Newest Perpetual Care Family Burial Estates Located Four Miles Out on Durham Highway See and Compare For information call or write TE 24030 P O Box 1631 roll or write P O Box 1631 4emm Pennington-Smith Funeral Home —Convenient Mid-Town Location —Off Street Parking Lot 104 South Dawson Street TE 2-7743 "DEDICATED TO THOSE WE SERVE" Davis both of Roxboro and Mrsla H Scott of San Antonio Tex i WILMINGTON — John Douglas Daniel Clayton of Keeley Va Mrs Blanche Purcell of HighiTaylor 67 former U S Commis-' Funeral services will be heldiPoint and Mrs E L Chrismonsioner and deputy clerk of the Thursday at 2 p tn at the Lowe slot San Antonio Tex two step- u S -s Ditrict Court here died Grove Baptist Church Burialdaughters Mrs W H Callahan and Mrs Lucile Fletcher both of will be in the Roxboro Cit) late Monday night at James Walk- Burlington: three Mepsoos How- er Memorial Hospital following a Cemetery — ard and Robert both of Norfolk heart attack after several months' IVa and Lawrence of Lowell: one illness W J (BILLY) AUTRY brother Fulton Mann of Lynch! A veteran of World War L he STEDMAN—W J I Billy ) Au- i burg Va and 10 grandchildreni was educated at the University of try 80 died at the home of hisi 1North Carolina and Washington daughter Mrs E E Fisher Rt JACOB O DYSON ' sand Lee University daughter Mrs E E Fisher Rt JACOB O DYSON 1 Stedman Tuesday He was al ROCKINGHANI—Jacob 01!e Dy- native of Cumberland County and' son 67 died Monday afternoon Robersonville Baptist Church Sur- a retired farmer and merchant at his home on Fayetteville Road l viving are two daughters Mrs1 Surviving in addition to his daugh- exit Funeral services will be held Elsie Simpson and Mrs Alicel ter are three sons Carson Rt 2 Wednesday at 11 am at the Van Pelt both of Norfolk three Fayetteville Warren of Stedman Marks Funeral Home chapel with sons Benard and Abner both of and Maxie of Buzzards Bay burial in the Eastside Cemetery Norfolk and Oscar of Partsmouth Mass one brother Albert of Rt He is survived by his wife three Va: three sisters Mrs F R 2 Fayetteville one sister Attie daughters Mrs Cecelia Remey! Simpson of Norfolk Va Mrs Autry Rt 2 Fayetteville and 11 and Mrs Doris Moree both of ' Enoch Gardner and O'Neal Pearl grandchildren Funeral services Rockingham and Thelma Dyson' Stallings both of Jamesville: two will be conducted Thursday at 3 Washington D C: seven sons hrnthore V I' mitt n c tiiina' MRS GLENNIE J WILCK FARNIVILLE Va—Mrs Glennie Jones Vila 53 died Monday at her home here Born in Keyser N C she attended Queens College at Charlotte N C She was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Farmville and the Women of the Moose here: She is survived by her husband Carl Vila of Farmville: one son Carl Thomas Wild( of North Hollywood Calif one sister Mrs Joe W Blue of Carthage N C and one brother G Fred Jones of Richmond Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Thursday at the Doyne-Burger Funeral Home here with interment in Westview Cemetery here MRS NINA P WAGONER ""- children ELON COLLEGE—Funeral serv ices for Mrs Nina P Wagoner MRS MAGGIE HICKS 52 who died Sunday at her home WILMINGTON — Mrs Maggie on Rt I Elon College were held Hicks 84 died at her residence Tuesday afternoon at St Mark's here Tuesday morning SurvivEvangelical and Reformed Church ing are five sons James R Fred of which she was a member The R Donald M and William E all Rev Huitt R Carpenter pastor of Wilmington and Charles Henry officiated Burial was in the of Hampstead four daughters church cemetery A native of Mrs Nina Mae Boswell Mrs Rockingham County Va she was Annie Lewis Mrs Katholine the wife of Luther Wagoner who Smith and AIrs Myrtle Murray survives and the daughter of Mrs all of Wilmington and 31 grand-Louise Knight Shifflette of Elk children Funeral services will ton Va also surviving Other be held at 3:3- p u m Wednesday survivors include two daughters in the chapel of Coble Funeral Mrs Billy S Batts of Seattle Home Burial will be in Oak Grove Wash and Patricia L Wagoner of the home three sons Frank Cemetery W of State College Raleigh Wade — D and Luther V both of the EUNICE MARIE SARVIS home two sisters Mrs Vasteen TABOR CITY—Funeral services Wagoner of Rt 7 Burlington and for 18-month-old Eunice Marie Mrs George H Covey of Clear Sarvis will be conducted at the water Fla and one grandson Inman Funeral Home in Tabor BOYD McCULLEN BURLINGTON — Funeral services for Boyd Mc Cullen Mac Summers 49 of Burlington were held Monday afternoon at Bartlett Funeral Home in Gibsonville He died Saturday night in Mocks-vine The Rev William A Poole pastor of the First Baptist Church of Graham officiated Burial was in Alamance Memorial Park He was employed by a local radio station Surviving are his wife: Mrs Treva Davis Summers of Greensboro one brother Paul L Summers of Burlington and three' sisters Marie Summers of Gib-I sonville Mrs S B Clapp of Lexington and Mrs Maude Walker of Guilford College — — CHARLES E PHIPPS REIDSVILLE — Charles Emmett Phipps 63 died Suddenly Monday while at work A native of Rock Springs Ga he moved to Reidsville from Knoxville in 1931 He had been employed at American Suppliers for the past 29 years He was a member of the First Baptist Church a Veteran of World War I and a Mason Scrviving are his wife the former Stella Stewart of Marshall two sons R E of Greensboro and Charles E Jr of Lexington Park Md three grandchildren two sisters Mrs H L Boring of Bristol Tenn and Mrs Roy Stedman of Chattanooga Tenn one brother John M of Daytona Beach Fla and one half brother W H Blessing of Nashville Tenn Funeral services will be held at 4 pm Wednesday at Citty Funeral Chapel conducted by the Rev Donald Myers pastor of First Baptist Church Burial will be at 11 am Thursday in the Marshall Cemetery MISS VERA E GILLIAM REIDSVILLE — Miss Vera E Gilliam of Greensboro formerly of Rt 6 Reidsville died Tuesday morning at Cone Memorial Hospital A native of Alamance County she hnd spent most of her life in the Williamsburg community of Rockingham County Fol'ming thc death of her parents she made her home in Greensboro with her sister Mrs C O Blake Surviving are two sisters Mrs Blake and Mrs Beulah Gilliam both of Greensboro and two brothers Lawrence A and Alvis B both of Rt 8 Reidsville Funeral services will be conducted at Bethlehem Christian Church in Altamahaw at 3 pm Wednesday by the Rev Dwight Moore pastor and the Rev Joh Burton pastor of Oak Ridge Methodist Church Burial will be in the church cemetery I MRS MARY L M FLETCHER brothers Heber F Latham Jr 1 BURLINGTON — Funeral serw Bath and John Wheeler Latham ites for Mrs Mary Lee Mann of Kinston Funeral services will Fletcher who died here Sunday be held Thursday at 2 pm at at the home of her daughter First Christian Church with Dr Mrs J R Fletcher were heldR L Alexander officiating BuTuesday afternoon at Rich and rial will be in Oakdale Cemetery Tuesday afternoon at Rich and Thompson Chapel The Rev George W Swinney pastor of Glenhope Baptist Church of which she wag a member officiated Burial was in Pine Hill Cemetery A native of Appomattox Va she 'was the widow of James Fletcher Surviving in addition to Mrs i Hunter are three daugh(ers MrsI I Marks Funeral Home chapel with sons Benard and Abner both oC burial in the Eastside Cemetery Norfolk and Oscar of Partsmouth He is survived by his wife three Va: three sisters Mrs F R daughters Mrs Cecelia Remey! Simpson of Norfolk Va Mrs and Mrs Doris Moree both of 'Enoch Gardner and O'Neal Pearl Rockingham and Thelma Dyson Stallings both of Jamesville: two Washington D C seven sons brothers F C and R C Stallings Jacob Vernon Lynwood Charles both of Jamesville and 10 grand-Wendell of Rockingham James children Funeral services will be Acel Norfolk Va William Har-lheld Wednesday at 2 pm at the old Arlington Va Robert Cecil Cedar Branch Church conducted' Albemarle and Daniel Maxton1 by the pastor the Rev John Garner 15 grandchildren one!Landon Burial will be in the brother James E Dyson Sum- Stallings family cemetery merton S C and three sisters Mrs Eve Gettings and Mrs Gus- AARON T SHEARIN sie Sharpe both of Columbia S LOUISBURG—Funeral services C AND Mrs Elesia Mimer Salt Lake City Utah for Aaron Thomas Shearin 81 I Louisburg Rt 1 who died Mon-i 1day will be conducted WednesAIRS DAISY V C CLAPP !day at 2:30 pm at Ebeneler GRAHAM—Mrs Daisy Victoria Islethodist Church by the nevi Curtis Clapp 84 died Monday 13tirl Perkins assisted by the Rev1 morning at her home here A nal Joe Overton Burial will be in tive of Alamance County she was the widow of Robert Clapp Sur-th e church cemetefir I 1 viving are three daughters Mrs A L Cole Mrs E L Murray and Mrs J B Shue all of Graham two sons C T Clapp and Hoyle Clapp both of Graham two sisters Mrs Walter Evans and Mrs Barth Dixon both or Graham: a brother Grover C Curtis of Graham and 20 grandchildren Sarvis will be conducted at the Inman Funeral Home in Tabor City Wednesday at 10:30 a m by the Rev Floyd Enzor Burial will follow in the Forest Lawn Cemef"y Surviving are her parents Mr and Mrs Bill Sarvis Rt 2 Tabor City one brother Danny Wray and one sister Susan Dianne both of the home her paternal grandmother Mrs Loud la Fipps of Columbia S C and her maternal grandfather Leslie Ward of Charlotte MRS DAISY E COX WILMINGTON — Mrs Daisy Ella Cox 74 of Bolivia died Monday morning Surviving are her husband W K Cox: one son Curtis Cox of Richmond Va: one daughter Mrs Ennis T Robinson of Wrightsville Beach one brother Carl Willetts and one sister Bessie Vsli Betts both of Bolivia Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Wednesday in the Bethel Methodist Church Bolivia Burial will be in Mercer cemetery — ALFRED P RIGGS GREENVILLE — Alfred P Riggs 71 died at his home here Tuesday morning Funeral services will be conducted at the Wilkerson Chapel Wednesday at 3 pm by the Rev Robert B Crawford pastor of the Greenville Free Will Baptist Church Burial will be in Green wood Cemetery Born in Pamlico County at Whartonsville he had been living in Pitt County since 1922 A retired farmer and water and light employe he was a member of the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church at Whartonsville Surviving are his wife Mrs Sarah Eliza Riggs two sons John D of Norfolk Va and Clem B of Greenville: six step-sons A B W E R and J B Hill all of Greenville H E Hill of Grimesland and C E Hill of Snow Hill one brother Carl Riggs of Jacksonville Fla three sisters Mrs Martha Lupton of New Bern Mrs Venia Lupton Whorton of Whortonsville and 24 grandchildren CORTEZ BLACKMORE ' WARSAW — Cortez Blackmore 80 died early Tuesday morning at his home !n Warsaw Funeral services will be conducted at the home Wednesday at 2:30 pm by the Rev Delmar Parkerson pastor of the Warsaw Baptist Church assisted by :he Rev Paul Mull pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church Intermen will be in the family plot at Pinar-est Cemetery He is survived by his wife the former Irene Stokes three daughters Mrs Paul Strickland of Raleigh Mrs Helen Ilarrell of Chapel Hill and Nora Blackmore of the home one son W Blackmore of Burgaw nine grandchildren one brother Howard Blackmore of Warsaw and one sister Mrs Stella Brown of Greenville S C tery Surviving are the widow Mrs Marie Chavis Jacobs two Ex-U S Commissioner: John D Taylor Dies LLV”libltit I kn BOSS J JACOBS one brother LUMBERTON—Boss J Jacobs of Durham 54 of Route 1 Lumberton died Funeral serv early Tuesday Funeral services Wednesday will be conducLed at 3 a m end Baptist I Thursday in Bear Swtimr Baptist the Rev Ed Church by the Rev T M Swett be in Willow Burial will be in Oxendine Ceme Surviving are his wife Mrs Placide Clark Taylor two daughters Mrs Charles E Noel! of Richmond Va arid Mrs Robert H Crawford of Charlotte: and one sister Mrs Robert Strange of :Wilmington Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11:30 am in St :James Episcopal Church here conducted by the Rev Mortimer j H Clover Burial will be in Oakdale Cemetery He was first married to Mary Cooper Hood and in 1930 wed Lonnie Fuller Troud who survives him Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 p m at Whiteville Methodist Church conducted by the Rev P a Lee the Rev P F Newton and the Rev L D Hayman Burial will be in Whiteville Memorial Cemetery Survivors other than his wife in-chide a son Clyde Hobbs of White-vine three brothers M L ot Hallsboro E P of Richmond Va and M M Hobbs Laurel Hill and two grandchildren HERMAN D KING BURLINGTON — Funeral services for Herman D King 42 of Burlington who died Sunday in a local hospital were held Tuesday afternoon at Glenhope Baptist Church conducted by the Rev George W Swinney pastor Burial was in Alamance Memo rial Park A native of Alamancc County he had been an employe of Burlington Industries for 20 years Surviving are his wife Mrs Nellie B King of the home four daughters Mrs Bobby Ft' cher of Graham Patsy King of Greenville S C Mrs George Crouse and Joyce King both of Burlington his father and stepmother Mr and Mrs W L King of Rt 4: two sisters Mrs Nlargaret Bridges of Burlington and Mrs Lucy Long of Rt 5: three brothers Rudy B of Hickory Walter E and Jesse Mboth of Burlington and one grandchild ARTHUR E STAFFORD GOLDSBORO—Arthur E Stafford 89 died at his home here Monday night Surviving are his wife Mrs Carrie Stafford three Isons A W Fender E and Emmett Y all of Goldsboro two daughters Mrs Carrie Mae Herring of Goldsboro and Mrs Harry Robinson of Clarksville Term one brother Jasper W Stafford of Durham and 13 grandchildren Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 3 pm at the Second Baptist Church by he pastor the Rev Ed Ulrich Burial will be in Willow Dale Cemetery wry ourviving are tne widow Mrs Marie Chavis Jacobs two Hodges Designates sons Curtis and Datry both of Civil Defense Day Route 4 Lumberton two daughters Mrs Aggie Neal Maynor of Gov Hodges Tuesday designatSt Pau Is and Mrs Ella Mae ed Dec 7 as Civil Defense Day Locklear of Rowland three broth- in North Carelina ' 1 ? ' 4 ' ers Samuel of Red Springs The event is sponsored by the James Alton of PembrOte and U S Office of Civil and Defense Belton of Lumberton live sisters Mobilization and endorsed by Mrs Bessie Jacobs of Pembroke President Eisenhower Mrs Polly Ann Woods of St Hodges said '"Cooperation in- volving every citizen and all per- Pauls Mrs Adele Locklear of Red Sp ings Mrs Lucirda Cum- tioent governmental organizations mings of Lumberton and Mrs is essential to the development of Ossorie Lowery of Pembroke and positive protective measures but his mother Mrs Aginora Jacobs in the final analysis the responsiof Route 4 Lumberton bility for success or failure falls upon the individual" JOHN W CAMERON FAYETTEVILLE—John William Cameron 79 died early Tuesday Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 3 pm in the chapel of Rogers and Breece Funeral Home by the Rev D H Lowder pastor of Massey Hill Baptist Church and the Rev L R Gassoway Burial will be in Lafayette Memorial Park Cemetery Born in Harnett County he lived in Cumberland County the past 65 years He was married to the former Lila McMillan of Fayetteville Be was a deacon in the Massey Hill Baptist Church and was a retired automobile mechanic Surviving in addition to his wife are two daughters Lora Cameron and Mrs J W Thompson both of Benson one son Vaden W Cameron of Fayetteville three grandchildren and one sister Mrs Minnie Pittman Durham ALMON II CARTER WALLACE—Almon Hill Carter 62 Wallace businessman died in James Walker Memorial Hospital in Wilmington Tuesday morning Funeral services will be held at the Wallace Baptist Church at 3 pm Wednesday with the Rev Forrest C Maxwell officiating Interment will be in Rockfish Cemetery A native of Wallace he was a graduate of State College and 1 a veteran of World War As a of Jacksonville and Mrs W ill 1 young man he enteredt he family firm of Z J Carter and Son and was an active partner in the business at the timeo f his death He founded the Carter Insecticide and MRS ELIZABETH L LURVEY ness at the tirtieo f his death He WASHINGTON N C — Mrs founded the Carter Insecticide and Elizabeth Latham Lurvey 41 died Chemical Co here A former trusTuesday She was born in Beau- tee of Campbell College he was fort County She moved with her for many years a deacon of Walparents to Washington in 1938 and lace Baptist Church and served was employed for a number of 'on the finance committee of the years at the Dr Pepper Bottling church Survivors include his wife Co She was married to William the former Alice Hussy of Wall Lurvey who survives She was lace one son Almon H Carter a member of the First Christian Jr of Wallace two daughters Church and the Woman's Mis-1Mrs Robert Allen Fields of 1A'alsionary Society Surviving in addi-!lace and Mrs Ray Sanderson of tion to her husband and her fa- 'Rose Hill seven grandchildren: ther Heber Letbnm: tW) dallqh- three brothers W J and H C deti both of Greensboro Roy of Wal- ho ters Patricia Ann and Lola Jane 1 Lurvey one son William D Lur-lace and son sister Mrs John vey Jr all of the home two Willard Hoffler of Wallace brothers Heber F Latham Jr WILLIAMS B HOBBS Bath and John Wheeler Latham WHITEVILLE—Williams Black of Kinston Funeral services will Hobbs 80 retired Whiteville merbe held Thursday at 2 pm at chant died at Columbus County First Christian Church with Dr H R L Alexander officiating Buospital Monday night of injuries sustained in a traffic accident rial will be in Oakdale Cemetery here last Friday A native of MRS ROLAND S SIMPSON Columbus County he was a memJAMESVILLE — Mrs Roland ber of the Whiteville Methodist IF Stallings Simpson 71 died Mon- Church chairman of its board of day afternoon in a Portsmouth stewards for 23 years He had Va hospital She was a native been president of Peoples Say of Jamesville but had made her 1 ings and Loan Association for home in Portsmouth for several many years and was a White years She was a member of vine city councilman for 12 years THE NEWS AND OBSERVER RALEIGH N C Wednesday Morning November 25 1939 Hudson Belk will he CLOSE '14 TOMORR IV to celebrate the TIIAMiSGIVING HOLIDAY Shop Friday AM 'tit 9 P in our After-Thanksgiving SALE! litand-Decor Wed Ironstone Turkey Platters r Come in today for this handsome 1412 x 19" platter! 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