Submitted by Beverly Giles Loffleremail@example.com
27 Jan 1928
MRS. TRUMAN GRAY, WAYNESBORO
Meridian, Miss, Jan 27, Mrs Elizabeth Gray, 67, wife of Truman Gray of
Waynesboro, died at a local hospital Thursday. Besides her husband, she
is survived by two daughters, Meadames Bessie Schwartz of New York;
Julia White of Fort Oglethorpe, on son, W. T. Gray, Alexandria, La;
three brothers, D. M. Watkins, Hattesburg; J. T. Watkins, Taylorsville,
Miss and Dr. Harvey Watkins of Magee, Miss. The funeral was held in
W. O. GILES DIES
After a brief illness, W. O. Giles, 78, died at 11 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of a son, J. R. Giles, 2534 Shadyside, Ensley. Mr. Giles had been
with his son two years, coming from his former home in Lawrenceburg,
Tenn. Surviving are five sons; J. M. and Y. T. of Texas; G. R. and G.
L. of Oklahoma and J. R. Giles of Shadyside; two daughters, Mrs. J. S.
Crain and Mrs. C. W. Aaron of Texas. He was a member of the Baptist
Church. Burial will be at Oakland Cemetery, Brown in charge.
JESSE H. CARRIGAN
Funeral services for Jesse H. Carrigan, 18, of 2021 Fayette Ave, Bush
Hills, who was killed in an automobile wreck Wednesday night were to be
conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the residence. Burial was to be in
Elmwood Cemetery, with Vice directing. Surviving are the parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Carrigan and a sister, Mrs. Etta Frances Love.
WILLIAM JOSEPH MOORE
Final rites for William Joseph Moore, 15, of 450 Sixth Ave, Inglenook,
who was accidentally shot to death Wednesday, were to be conducted a 3
p.m. Friday at the residence. Burial was to be in Elmwood Cemetery with
Jones in charge. Surviving is the father W. ? Moore and a sister
MRS. MARGARET J. WATSON
Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret J. Watson, 44, of 1816 Seventh Ave,
South, who died Thursday morning at a Birmingham infirmary, were to be
conducted a 3 p.m. Friday at Jones Chapel. Burial was to be in Elmwood
Cemetery. Surviving is a brother, Col. F. A. Feld.
MRS. MAGGIE M. BAILEY
Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie M. Bailey, 40, of New Merkle, who died
Thursday at her home, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Acton
Memorial Church. Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery, with Jones
directing. Surviving is the husband J. J. Bailey; five sons and five
MRS. PRISCILLA HOWELL BARKER
Funeral services for Mrs. Priscilla Howell Barker, 41 of 1728 Fourteenth
Ave, North, who died at a hospital early Friday, will be conducted at
Ridout's Chapel at 10 a.m. Saturday. Surviving are the parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Morgan Howell; a daughter and a brother.
JOHN THOMAS POPE
Final rites for John Thomas Pope, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pope,
of 630 South Twelfth Street, who died Wednesday, were to be conducted at
2:30 p.m. Friday at Lige Loy's Chapel. Burial was to be in Elmwood
PRESTON BROOK CLARK
The funeral for Preston Brook Clark, 71, of Route 5, who died Wednesday
at home, were to be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Gardendale
Methodist Church. Brown in charge. Surviving are the widow(the rest is
HOHENBERG RITES SET
Services for Selma Capitalist Expected to be Held Friday.
The body of M. Hohenberg, banker and cotton dealer of Selma, who died
Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, was expected to arrive
in Selma late Thursday. The hour of the funeral has been tentatively
set for 11 a.m. Friday, and will be held at the family residence, with
Dr. Jerome Mark of Temple Mishkan Israel, officiating.
Mr. Hohenberg is survived by a widow, two sons, Irving and Sidney
Hohenberg; a brother, Adolph Hohenberg of Wetumpka; two sisters, Mrs.
Emmie Rhineaur of Ocala, Fla. and Mrs. Ferdinand Fischel, of Tampa, Fla,
and a niece, Mrs. Jerome Siegal of Selma.
Mr. Hohenberg came to Selma in 1910 and at his death was president of
the Selma Cotton Exchange. He also was chairman of the board of
directors of the First National Bank of Wetumpka, was president of the
comgregation of Mishkan Temple and a member of the board of directors of
the Y. M. C. A.
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