Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. August 25, 1983 OBITURRIES GENEVA BROWN Geneva Burris Brown, 64, of Route 4, Kings Mountain, died Saturday at Kings Mountain Hospital. A native of Cleveland Coun- ty, she was the daughter of the late Willie Burris and Norie Gor- don Burris. She was a member of Galiliee United Methodist Church, the Compact Home Ex- tension Club, the Friendly Aide Society and the church deaconess board. She is survived by her hus- band, Andrew Brown; four sons, the Rev. Andrew Borwn Jr. of Greensboro, Leonard L. Brown of Gastonia, and Thomas D. Brown and Alfred W. Brown, both of Kings Mountain; a daughter, Erma B. McCullough of Bessemer City; two sisters, Mrs. Willie Mae Barnett and Glendora Childers, both of Kings Mountain; and six grand- children. Services were conducted at 11 a.m. Monday at Galilee United Methodist Church by the Rev. Dewey Smith. Burial was in Adams Chapel-Galilee cemetery. CURTIS DESKIN GROVER - Curtis Elmer Deskin, 64, of Route 1, died Monday morning at Cleveland Memorial Hospital. A Jacksonville, Va., native, he was the son of the late Samuel and Susan Hall Deskin. He was a retired employee of Minette Mills and a member of Patterson Springs Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, . Ocie Williams Deskin; two sons, Jessie Ray Deskin of Grover and Robert Lee Deskin of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Sherill (Evelyn) Ledbetter of Shelby, Mrs. John (Margaret) McDaniel of Lattimore and Mrs. William (Sue) Pearson of Shelby; two brothers, James Bill and Gene Deskin, both of Shelby; and two sisters, Mrs. Clarerice (Helen) McIntire of Ruth and Mrs. Jesse (Helen) Spurlin of Shelby. Services were conducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Patter- son Springs Baptist Church by the Rev. Glenn Walker and the Rev. Marion Adams. Burial was in the church cemetery. NORMA GOFORTH Norma Martin Goforth, 64, of Route 5, Kings Mountain, died last Wednesday at Kings Moun- tain Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Osh and Anne Russ Martin. She is survived by her hus- band, Howard Goforth; two sons, Thomas Howard Goforth and Rocky Lynn Goforth, both of Kings Mountain; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Allen and Mrs. Cathy Hendrix of Kings Mountain; a brother, Covey Eugene Martin of Boiling Spr- ings; a sister, Mrs. Ovellia Ed- wards of Denton; 11 grand- children and three great- grandchildren. Services were conducted Fri- day at 2 p.m. at Oak Grove Bap- tist Church by the Rev. Bruce ‘Hancock and the Rev. Wray Barrett. Burial was in Mountain Rest Cemetery. BEULAH SHORT Beulah Ham Short, 63, of Route 5, Kings Mountain, died last Wednesday at Cleveland Memorial Hospital. She was the daughter of Lizzie Grigg Hullender of Cherryville and the late Aaron Ham. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband, Mack Floyd Short; a son, Charles Short of Kings Moun- tain; two daughters, Mrs. Rebec- ca Toney and Mrs. Maxine Boyd, both of Kings Mountain; two brothers, Will Hullender of Gastonia and Oscar Hullender of Wilmington; six sisters, Mrs. Lola Beggs, Miss Virginia Hullender and Mrs. Frances Walker, all of Kings Mountain; Mrs. Helen Finley and Mrs. Lillian Simpson, both of Cher- ryville, and Mrs. Ann Allman of Bessemer City; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services were conducted Fri- day at 4 p.m. at Midview Baptist she was a where member, by the Rev. Fred Wells, the Rev. John Frazier and the Rev. Steve Moore. Burial was in the Hullender Cemetery. Church, T.C. BOWDEN III T.C. Bowden, 15, of 38 Pine Manor Apartments, died Tues., Aug. 16. A native of Washington, D.C., he was the son of Mrs. Joan Bowden of the home and T.C. Bowden Jr. of Wadesboro. He was a student at Kings Mountain Junior High, where he was a member of the track team, and he was also a member of the Shelby Boxing Club and won a gold medal in the 1981 U.S.A. Junior Olympics. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother, Kevin Willis of Shelby; and five sisters, Jill Bowden, Ann Martin and Vickie Martin, all of Shelby, Tracy Martin of Maryland and Teoka Bowden of Troy. Funeral services were con- ducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at / New Ellis Baptist Church by the Rev. A.A. Ponder. Burial wa in ~ Webb Memorial Lawns. CLARENCE BESS Clarence Alfred Bess, 73, of Route 4, Kings Mountain, died Sun., Aug. 14, in the V.A. Hospital in Salisbury. A Cleveland County native, he was the son of the late John and Maggie Taylor Bess. He was a veteran of World War II and was retired from Burlington In- dustries. He is survived by his wife, Jessie Harris Bess; a daughter, Brenda Gail Bess of Pittsburgh, Pa.; two brothers, James Walter Bess and Clyde Howard Bess of Kings Mountain; and two step- daughters, Theresa Goode of High Point and Geraldine Bar- rod of Windsor, Conn. Services Saturday at in the church cemetery. were conducted © 1:30 p.m. ati Vestibule A.M.E. Zion Church, * where he was a member, by the Rev. Walter Adams. Burial was Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 1 Til 6 WEST GATE PLAZA—SHELBY RD. 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