“In Loving Memory Of Mrs. Noah Johnson---On the day of May 31, 1932, about 1:30 o’clock, it seemed wise in God’s providence to enter the home of Mr. Noah Johnson and call to her heavenly home his loving companion, Pheby Allen Johnson. She was born on November 30, 1870, and departed this life May 31, 1932, being 61 years and 6 months old. For her it is a glad release from suffering and an abundant entrance into that glorious home above. For those who are left behind, loneliness, and longing---longing for a sound of the voice that is hushed, a sight of the form that is still. She gave her heart to her Master’s service in early girlhood and was a member of the Cane Creek Baptist Church at the time of her death. Her life was one of faith, hope and love. She abounded in all, and never failed by word or action in the greatest of these, which is love. May each one who reads these lines, when the “Golden Bells” shall have rung for us, be like Mrs. Johnson, be ready clothed in the white wedding garment of Christ, worthy to stand in His presence and sit down to the great marriage feast of the Lamb of God. Although all that a skilled physician could do; care of friends and the tender devotion of others, that she might be spared to her loved ones, Jesus in His wisdom, and might knew best when He called her to dwell with Him in glory. Those visits to her home we so much enjoyed are privileges which we may no longer enjoy. Weep not dear ones, for mother, though your hearts ache because of the great loss, and you no longer have mother’s words of hope and encouragement to cheer, her presence to inspire, along life’s rugged way. Be prepared when the golden bells ring, of having the blessed privilege of greeting dear mother within those pearly gates. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband and five children and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at Piney Grove Church by Rev. W.N. Cagle, after which her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery to await the Resurrection of the just.”---Written by Sudie Cagle.