The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina (2024)

is OF THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER Thursday, Dec. 19, 1963 News Of North Carolina Deaths And Funerals LENOIR Boyd Edwards Fall, 31, was killed Wednesday in an auto collision. Funeral 2 p.m. today at Lenoir First Presbyterian Church. LINCOLNTON William Marian O'Daniel, 70, of Hildebran died Wednesday.

Funeral 11 a.m. Friday at Drums Chappel. Survivors: sons, Paul W. 0'Daniel of Rt. 1, Vale, Julian L.

0'Daniel of Salisbury: daughters, Mrs. R. A A. Threat of Forest Park, Mrs. E.

L. Grier Jr. of Charlotte; brothSandy O'Daniel of Greensboro. Holly; daughters, Mrs. W.

Hartsell of Mount Holly, Mrs. James Baker of Charlotte; brother, L. I. Hart of Charlotte: sisters, Mrs. E.

A. Johnson, Miss Etta Hart, both of Mount Holly, Mrs. Jess W. Rankin of Charlotte. MOORESVILLE Gary Wayne Steward, 7-month-old son of Mr.

and Mrs. L. P. Steward of Rt. 2.

Mooresville, died Tuesday in a Mooresville hospital. Funeral 2 p.m. today at Morrow's Chapel Methodist Church. MOORESVILLE Ernest Lee Graham, 53, of Rt. 3, Mooresville, died Tuesday in a local Still taking a "Slow Motion" Laxative? To Our Readers Funeral notices in this section of The Observer are published free and can include the name and age of the deceased, time and place of death, time and place of funeral, and names of immediate family survivors (parents, children, brothers and sisters).

Except where The Observer has made arrangements with local news reporters 1 to furnish this information, it IS provided by tunerel homes. Mecklenburg MISS BERTIE E. BROWN of 3538 Woodleaf Road died Wednesday in a local hospital. Funeral plans incomplete. Survivors: sisters, Mrs.

Harvey Bauknight of Charlotte, Mrs. Harry Guyon of Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Rufus Moore of Swainsboro, Ga. MRS. HETTIE DAVIS of 413 West 11th St.

died Wednesday in a local hospital. Funeral plans incomplete. JOHN HAROLD GIBSON III, 2- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John H.

Gibson Jr. of 2962 Beechnut Road died Tuesday in a local hospital. Funeral 2 p.m. today at Hankins and Whittington Funeral Chapel. Survivors: parents; sisters, Miss Virginia Dawn Gibson, Miss Cynthia Beth Gibson, Miss Cheryl Denise Gibson, all of the home.

MARK G. GRIFFITH, 67, of Rt. 1, Pineville, Youngblood Road, died Wednesday at home. Funeral 3 p.m. today at McEwen West Chapel.

Survivors: wife; daughters, Miss Geneva Griffith, Miss. Kathleen Griffith, both of the home, Miss Pauline Griffith, Charlotte; son, Bill Griffith of Charlotte: sisters, Mrs. Bertha Thompson of Concord, Mrs. Cora Lee Cooper of Charlotte: brothers, Eli Griffith of Charlotte, Press Griffith Rywy lotte, Press Griffith of Rock Hill, S.C. CASSEL JAMES.

58, of 820 Greenleaf died Sunday in a local hospital. Funeral 1 p.m. Friday at Herbert Thompson Funeral Home in Daytona Beach, Fla. Survivors: wife; foster daughter, Mrs. Diane Williams of Charlotte; brother, Ernest James of New York City; sisters, Miss Edith James of Miami, and Mrs.

Florida Joyner of Daytona Beach, Fla. MRS. MARGARET SHELL KEENEY, 74, of 607 N. College St. died Wednesday at her home.

Funeral plans incomplete. Survivors: son, Alfred Gene Shell of Charlotte; daughters, ville. Mrs. Amelia Mrs. RAy N.

Rutherford of KnoxHasek of Milton, Fla. MRS. BESSIE HOFFMAN STATON, 77, of 1709 N. Allen St. died Tuesday at home.

Funeral plans incomplete. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Lucille Staton Wright of Lan- Composer Of Blues Dies At 74 BALTIMORE -(P- Musicians Tom Delaney, whose "Jazz Me Blues" became a classic of American music, is dead. Born Thomas Henry Delaney in Charleston, S. he died 1 Sunday at his home here after a five-month illness.

He was 74. "Jazz Me Blues," written in 1921 when he was inspired by musicians in a New Orleans funeral procession, was among his over 190 blues compositions. The sound of the band and the "blues that crawled inside my hide way back in Charleston" led him to write "Jazz Me Blues," he said in a recent interview. His other numbers included "Log Cabin Blues," "Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven But Nobody Wants To Die" and "Down Home made famous by Ethel Waters. Delaney had lived in New York for 30 years before moving to Baltimore in 1939 and marrying blues singer Marjorie Wilson two years later.

He is survived by his widow and an adopted son. Vincent Delaney, a piano player. The funeral will be held Saturday in Baltimore. Commissioner Dies In Asheville ASHEVILLE -(UPI)- John Catlett Vance, commissioner of utilities for Buncombe County since 1936 and former grand master of North Carolina Masons, died at a local hospital Wednesday. He was 80.

Vance served two years on the city council before becoming commissioner. He was a grand nephew of North Carolina's Civil War Governor Zebulon Vance and the grandson of Confederate General Robert The funeral scheduled at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church here. dis, Mrs. Helen Staton dolph of Oak Ridge, son, James Franklin Staton of Miami, Fla.

North Carolina ALBEMARLE Craven Walter Tucker. 60, of Rt. 1, Stanfield, died Wednesday in a Charlotte hospital. Funeral 2 p.m. today at Ridgecrest Presbyterian Church.

CONCORD Paul Luther Barnhardt, 39, of Rt. 4, Concord, died of a auto accident injuries. Funeral 3:30 pm. Friday at Cold Springs Methodist Church. CRAMERTON Lynne Elizabeth Duncan, five-months old daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Samuel D. Duncan of Cramerton, died Tuesday in a Charlotte hospital. Funeral 3 p.m. today at McAdenville Wesleyan Church.

FRANKLIN Allen J. Welch, 82, of Rt. 3. Franklin, died Wednesday. Funeral 2:30 p.m.

Friday at Pellico Baptist Church. Survivor: son, Harold Welch of Charlotte. HICKORY Mrs. Mary John Sewell Walker, 72, of Rt. 3.

Hickory, died Wednesday in a Newton hospital. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Hickory. KANNAPOLIS Mrs. Elizabeth Adams Page, 84, of Winston Salem, formerly of Kannapolis, died Tuesday in a Winston Salem hospital.

Funeral 3:30 p.m. Friday at Pilgrim Holiness Church. Survivors: stepsons. Rev. W.

F. Page of Kernersville, J. E. Page of Charlotte; stepdaughter, Mrs. S.

D. Smith of Kannapolis; brothers, Thomas Adams of Danielsville, Matt Adams of Kannapolis. KANNAPOLIS William Harvey Hester, 61, of Richmond, formerly of Kannapolis, died Tuesday in a Richmond hospital. Funeral 11 a.m.' Friday at Lady's Funeral Home in Kannapolis. Burial in Carolina Memorial Park at Concord.

LENOIR Thomas Orvel Eggers, 71, died Tuesday. Funeral 10:30 a.m. today at Calvary Baptist Church. Burial in Mount Lawn Cemetery at Boone. LINCOLNTON-Franklin Wayne Barker, 80, of Rt.

3, Lincolnton, died Wednesday. Funeral 3 p.m. Friday at Macedonia Baptist Church. LINCOLNTON Miss Vertie Pauline Richard, 49, of Rt. 5, Lincolnton, died Tuesday in a local hospital.

Funeral 3 p.m. today at Antioch Baptist Church. LENOIR Merritt Arthur Murphy, 68, Rt. 2, Lenoir, died Wednesday. Funeral 2.p.m.

OBITUARIES Mecklenburg JAMES D. HART Mr. James D. Hart of 7272 Verona Pittsburgh, Pa. died Dec.

15, 1963 in that city. He was a member of the Elks and Shrine Lodges. Survivors are daughter, Mrs. Vivian L. Wade and grandson Thurman Wade of Washington, D.

2 brothers, William and Ernest Hart and sister, Mrs. Corrie H. Hamer, all of Charlotte, nephew, Robert Massey Jr. of Charlotte, and other nephews and nieces of Charlotte. The funeral will be in Pittsburgh.

Arrangeby West Funeral Home, Pittsburgh, Pa. North Carolina LINDSAY F. AUSTIN PEACHLAND Lindsay F. Austin, 75, of Route 1 died suddenly Wednesday, morning at his home. He had been in declining health for a period of time but death was unexpected.

Mr. Austin was the late Lindsay and Caroline SteAustin of Anson County. warty married for 55 years to his wife, Mrs. Faye Traywick Austin who survives. Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs.

Hamp Nance, Mrs. Damon Brewer, both of Marshville, Mrs. Robert Carpenter, Mrs. Francis Faulkner, both of Peachland, Mrs. Brack Griffin of Charlotte; three sons, Paul Austin of Rt.

1, Peachland, Carl Austin of Peace Air Force Base, Curtis Austin of Zanesville, Ohio, 22 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. A son, Lee Austin was killed in World War II. Funeral services to be held Thursday 3 p.m. from Deep Springs Baptist Church, of which he was a member, conducted by the Rev. Howard Cook, the Glenn Rushing and the Rev.

Craig Coble. Burial in the church cemetery. The body was carried from the McEwen Funeral Home in Monroe to the residence late Wednesday afternoon to remain until taken to the church to lie in state one hour prior to service. MEMBER THE THE ORDER GOLDEN RULE Announcements THURSDAY MR. MARK GRIFFITH 3 -McEwen West Chapel Incomplete MISS BERTIE BROWN Amen, FUNERAL SERVICE 727 EAST MOREHEAD STREET Phone EDison 4-0421 Thursday at Panther Creek, Baptist Church in Bryson City.

LAURINBURG William Tyner, 53, died Tuesday in a Lumberton hospital. Funeral, Laurel Hill Church. Burial in McGirt Cemetery in Robeson County. LEXINGTON Mrs. Robert R.

Rankin. 31, of Rt. 4, Lexington, died Wednesday in a Winston Salem hospital. Funeral plans incomplete. MOUNT HOLLY Marion Hall Hart, 76, died Tuesday in a Charlotte nursing home.

Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday at River Bend Methodist Church. Survivors: sons, Ralph L. Hart, George E. Hart, Graham H.

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Survivors: wife; daughters, Mrs. Hamp Nance, Mrs. Damon Brewer, both of Marshville, Mrs. Robert Carpenter, Mrs. Faulkner, both of Peachland, Mrs.

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