Submitted by
Grace Wright Carver
of Wayne Co TN

The following obituary was among the collection of Grace Carver's mother. Nov 3 1932 is written on the top of the column.  There is no mention of which paper this appeared in. She is listed in the Stony Pont Cemetery


     Miss Thelma Danley, aged 20, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Danley, Florence route three, passed away Thursday evening at 10 o'clock at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. H. M. Danley 620 East Tuscaloosa street, after an illness of two months. Funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of the deceased's parents, with a minister of the Church of Christ conducting final rites. Interment will be in the Stony Point Cemetery, with Fielder's directing.
     Miss Danley, who was a student at the Central High school, was one of the most loved young people in that section of the county, and was a pupil in the eleventh grade at the school. She was a life-long and devoted member of the Church of Christ at Stony Point.
     Surviving in addition to her parents are two sisters, Miss Etoyle Danley and Miss Stella Ruth Danley, five brothers, Emmett Danley, O. A. Danley, Jr., Ray Danley, Earl Danley, Claude Danley all of Florence, route three; and her grandmothers, Mrs. Danley and Mrs. Ola Garrett of Cloverdale.
       Active pallbearers will be: Glenn Davis, Laverne Abston, Melvin McClure, Dale Townsley, Clinton Davis, Orland Townsley, Loyd Townsley, Earlie Marks.
     Honorary pallbearers will be: Dr. H. M. Simpson, Dr. L. T. Young, Dr. F. B. Reeder, the members of the eleventh grade at Central High school, and the faculty of the school.

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