Title: My Ancestor's
Text: Mailing Address_260 Hiatt Road Mount Airy,North Carolina 27030 Email Address_pjudsonclark52@yahoo.com
Author: Phillip Judson Clark
Note: The Life story of my Mother Connie Clark Tuesday, April 23, 2013 9:37:50 PM Born on Stoney Creek in a valley. Went to school at holly springs, and at pilot Mountain. Worked on the farm with my sister Coralie till grown. Got a job at renfro hosiery mill at Mt. Airy.worked about one year worked at night. Took a beauty course in 1939 till 1940, from September till Feburary, 4 months. Took state test at O'Henry Hotel in Greensboro,N.C. Worked at Winston-Salem in beauty shop some, at eloise Gruffs ashburn station. Worked at Mt. Airy some at B & M & varity beauty shop. Got job at Epperson Beauty shop August 1941, worked till April 1942 with Margie E. Culler. First time helped hold a meeting, summer of 1940 at bynum Bryants. Special appointments on first part. Helped hold meetings at White Plains in 1940. My special talents: equals music and helping to lead, in church and other affairs, and trying to be a friend. My other special talents : music ,keeping records, writting, and traveling, and being at home. My faith promoting experience: when Coralie's little twins were admininstered to and healed,and I have had faith promoting experiences at different times when I feel I have been lid at cross roads in the right way, It seems all turns out for the best. I was sealed to my parents in Manti Temple a very glorious event also recieved my endowments and did work for other of mothers people that were dead. The many elders I have met and been in our home have been cause of great faith and devotion to church, also the apostles that have spoke to us. I attended Holly Springs school and Pilot Mountain School, worked on farm till grown then worked at Renfro Mill awhile, then at beauty shops in Winston-Salem, and Mt. Airy. Later worked at Siler hosery mill at High Point, stayed with Aunt Mecie. Came home got job at Adams Hosery Mill, was called Blum Ashburn, Granite Hosery mill, I worked there about 20 years. Then to Holiday Inn Motel, Albert Pick Inn, Ramada Inn. Lived at Newport News after married good while then back at home. My other talents were playing the piano, copying records, and songs,Embrodary,Crocheting, Quilts,Rhymns, and making diaries, scrapbooks,Geneology. I was a relief society teacher for the visiting teaching lessons once. Also shortly my oldest daughter Shirley and I was a visiting teacher for two times visit our neighors, Becky Hiatt, Ruth Hiatt, Patsy Caudle, Roberta Whitaker, Lilly Hiatt. I love to go to church I go about every Sunday sometimes by myself when Shirley was sick 4 weeks with a virsus. Geneva took our family to the washington temple right after barney died in 1975. We had our family sealed. We had a lot of joy going and seeing the beautiful new temple the first one in the east. We went several times after that. We needed to go some more. Mary Alice, Edgar, Reuben, and Glenna live right by us. Phillip and Noreen live in the big house, we live in a trailer. I am glad to have our family close. I pray that Reuben and Glenna will learn the truth of our church and that Mary Alice and Edgar will go to church more. That all of us can go to the temple together. That our family can go to church more and not have to work on sunday. I have had a good life of a lot of childhood pleasures of swiming, fishing, with friends, Hunting Christmas trees, planning for Christmas, and all holidays. Also the neighborhood get together of wheat thrushing, wood chopping, chicken stews, corn shuckings, helping work on the farm with my dear daddy and mother and go to the fair and mountain trips.
Written by my Mother Connie Clark MY MOTHER CONNIE HIATT AND HER SISTER MARGIE HIATT MARRIED BROTHER'S MY MOTHER MARRIED BARNEY CLARK MARGIE MARRIED HYDEN CLARK
Mrs. Connie Inez Hiatt Clark Age 93 of 260 Hiatt Road,Mt. Airy,N.C. passed away Friday,September 1 2006 at Northern Hospital of Surry County,She was born July 15, 1913 in Surry County to the late Ephraim Arister Hiatt and Bertha Alice Lowe. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was retired from Adam Millis Hosiery. She is survived by four daughters and a son-in-law,Shirley Rose Clark,Mary Alice Clark Griffin and Edgar Griffin,Donna Noreen Clark,Ramona Inez Clark,two sons and a daughter-in-law Reuben Ephraim Clark,and Glenna Gaye Beasley Clark,Phillip Judson Clark all of Mt. Airy,N.C; 12 Grandchildren; 7 Great Grandchildren; two nieces Sarah Jane Clark,Dorothy Clark and two Nephews; A Graveside service will be conducted Monday at 3:00 PM by Bishop J.C. Haymore at the Hiatt Family Cemetery on Sheep Farm Road, Mt. Airy, N.C. The Family will receive friends Sunday from 3:30 until 4:30 PM at Moody Funeral Home in Mt. Airy,N.C. online condolences may be at www.moodyfuneralservices.com
Connie’s Home We stand on the shores of this life and say goodbye to a dear mother, grandmother and friend.While on the shores of the next life a heavenly host stands with family and friends to welcome Connie home.A new jewel is set in heavens crown.A choir of angels lifts their voices in joyous song.A new star shines. Connie’s home. John 14 Verses 2 and 3 In my father’s house are many mansions if it were not so I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.And if I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto myself that where I am there ye may be also.Connie’s mansion is complete. Connie’s home. Connie loved to write poems. I’m sure Connie will be sharing her beautiful poems with a heavenly audience. In the more than 40 years I’ve known Connie, every time I saw her she always greeted me with a smile. Even though Connie’s circumstances were hard most times, I never heard her complain. She was a humble, loving, gentle person. Our loss is heavens gain. Connie is no longer in pain. She no longer has to carry the cares of this life. She doesn’t have to worry anymore. Connie’s home. The message Connie would like to leave her family is to love and serve God. Love one another, be good to each other. Count everyday as a blessing and opportunity. Let not your heart be troubled. Connie’s home. Written in love, respect and admiration for Connie Clark and her Family. Rebecca D. Hiatt 10/24/06
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