[Funeral Program for Wesley H. Carson, April 1, 1979] Page: 2 of 3
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NO FUNERAL GLOOM
No funeral gloom, my clears, when 1 am gone,
Corftse-gazirigs, tears, black raiment, graveyard grimness.
Think of me as withdrawn into the dimness.
) ours still, you mine.
Remember all the best of our past moments and forget the rest
And so to where I wait come gently on.
HE IS MOT DEAD
I cannot say, and I will not say-
That he is dead. He is just away.
With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand
He has wandered into an unknown land
And left us dreaming how very fair
It needs nust be since he lingers there.
And you - oh. you, who the wildest yearn
For an old-time step, and the glad return
Think of him faring on. as dear
In the love of There as the love of Here.
Think of him still as the same. I say
He is not dead - he is just away.
James Whit com Riley
GDrber ($f l^eruice
Organ Medley Mrs Ruth Rurns
Scripture R<>v. intone Dykes
Prayer /?,>, J ( (;i„Sson
Solo Mrs. Rozella C Miex
Resolutions Second Rapt is! Church
San ford Chapel - Mrs. \otta I fall
Acknowledgement of Condolences and Telegrams
Mrs. Dorothy C. Pickett
Remarks Mr t ( Leslie. Jr.
Solo Mrs. Rozella ('. Miex
Eulogy fh v. S.H James
Recessional "Rattle Hymn of Republic''
Your kind expressions of sympathy extended to us during
our hours of sorrow will be forever remembered by the family.
Pray for our continued strength and may God Bless you.
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