Mrs. Ella Cornelison Lipscomb
The Weekly TribuneNews
Thursday, January 10, 1957
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Amidst a host of relatives and friends from near and far and a multitude of florals, simple but impressive funeral service for Mrs. Oscar Lipscomb was conducted at Cross Roads Baptist Church Sunday afternoon by Rev. Walter Adams assisted by Rev. N.A. Medford and Rev. A.R. Haman.
Rev. Adams paid tribute to the fine Christian life of the deceased using as his text the words from Proverbs, “The heart of her husband doeth safely trust in her and she will do him good all the days of her life; and her children rise up and call her blessed.”
Special music was rendered by a quartett composed of Misses Barbara Abernathy, Ginger Smith, Ellis Richard and R. Abernathy and a solo by Miss Sylvia Haman and Mrs. Luther Richards.
The six sons served as pallbearers for their mother, who was laid to rest in the church yard cemetery.
With the death of Mrs. Oscar Lipscomb Friday morning, one of Bartow County’s noble women passed from the earthly scene.
Her sterling character, wonderful Christian life and fine neighborly spirit endeared her to a host of friends and relatives.
Stricken with a fatal heart attack while visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Hendrix at her home at Cass Station on Dec. 6, Mrs. Lipscomb was rushed to Howell-Quillian Hospital where despite the skill of physicians and nurses, her life ebbed away. Members of her family were constantly at her bedside.
As Miss Ella Cornelison, daughter of John H. Cornelison and Mahala Ketter Cornelison, pioneer citizens of Cherokee County, she was married to Oscar Lipscomb, Dec. 29, 1909 and to this happy union were born nine children who with their father survive.
For many years Mr. and Mrs. Lipscomb made their home in the White district and some thirteen years ago moving to a home on Grassdale Road.
Survivors include her husband, three daughters: Mrs. Julius Gaines, Detroit, Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Madison; Mrs. Paul Herrick, Key Wesy; six sons: Tom L. Lipscomb, Fordtown, Tenn.; Captain John R. Lipscomb, U.S. Army, soon to sail for Japan; Roy Lipscomb, Frank Lipscomb, Harold Lipscomb and Bradford Lipscomb, Cartersville; three sisters: Mrs. Sam Hendrix, Cass Station; Mrs. J.F. Ragsdale and Miss Leo Cornelison, Holly Springs; and twelve grandchildren.
Among the out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs. Lipscomb were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornelison, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cornelison, Max Cornelison, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hendrix, Rev. and Mrs. H.A. Daniel, Calhoun.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Collins, Mrs. Cola Collins Jones, Vernon Cornelison, Mrs. W.A. Adcock, Mrs. Sidney Chitwood, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lipscomb, Nathan Lipscomb, J.H. Cornelison, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Petty, Anne Petty, Mrs. John Mundy, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Chamblee and Brenda Chamblee, Miss Addie Cornelison, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Petty, Mrs. Lucile Surrett, Mrs. C.T. Jones and Walter and William Randolph, Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Worley, Mrs. Nettie Lu Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Green, Rome; Mrs. Mattie Keeter Clark, Brainbridge; Clarence Rutland, Hiram; Mrs. Lena Burnett, Lumber City; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stone, Mountain View; Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Winslett, Monroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomp Moore, Mrs. Ozella White, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lipscomb, Bob Lipscomb, Jasper Blanton, Mrs. Ruff White Mrs. Elsie Tryanborger, Miss Elsie Elliot, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Armaretta B. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodge, Mrs. Fannie Coker, Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Holden, Mrs. Charles Holden, Dean Holden, Englewood, Tenn.; Mrs. Malinda Blalock, Arthur Cornelison, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mrs. Aline Ramey, T.W. Burnett, Birmingham, Ala.; Frank Woodall, Clarkdale; Mrs. Ethel Burnett, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. Edith Hann, Macon; Mr. and Mrs. Olin Doss, Mt. Berry.
Mrs. W.A. Keeter, and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Keeter, Holly Springs; Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Leake, Cedartown; Misses Edith and Elaine Wyatt, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowles, Sonoraville; Mrs. Roxie Brisendine, Mr. and Mrs. B.D. Pratt, Marietta; Mrs. F.B. McCreary, Mr. and Mrs. William Presley, James Presley, Smyrna; Paul Gaines, and Mr. Omer Thompson and son, of Kennesaw.
Owen Funeral Home had charge of the arrangements.
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