Class of 1915
Birth: 12 Aug 1895
Death: 13 Mar 1970
Giles Monroe Moose (1852 – 1921)
Rose Cora Misenheimer Moose (1860 – 1940)
Roy Durant Goodman (1889 – 1978)
Dewey Whitfield Moose (1881 – 1950)
Harry Augustus Moose (1883 – 1888)
John Baxter Moose (1885 – 1963)
Jacob Oscar Moose (1887 – 1953)
Cora Moose Cline (1890 – 1987)
Lena Estelle Moose (1892 – 1984)
Hugh Monroe Moose (1898 – 1990)
Mount Olivet United Methodist Church Cemetery
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
Source: www.findagrave.com, # 26512727.
The Charlotte News (Charlotte, NC), 19 June 1921, 18.
A marriage of interest to a large number of people in the county was that of Miss Sophie Moose and Mr. Roy D. Goodman which was solemnized at the home of the bride Tuesday at noon.
Mrs. Goodman is the very attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Giles M. Moose, a graduate of Mount Amoena Seminary at Mt. Pleasant, and prominent in the civic and religious activities of the community.
Mr. Goodman is the son of Mr. C. J. Goodman and one of the county’s most progressive farmers. He graduated fro the State College at Raleigh and for the past several years has been county farm demonstrator and has filled his office with efficiency and success.
Unidentified newspaper clipping, c. June 1921. Courtesy of Anita Howell.
Miss Sophie Moose and Mr. R. D. Goodman Married at Noon
A wedding of interest to a large number of people in the county was solemnized today at high noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Giles M. Moose, of No. 8 township, when their daughter, Miss Sophie Moose, became the bride of Mr. Roy D. Goodman, of No. 4 township. The ceremony was performed in the living room of the home by Rev. John B. Moose, brother of the bride, the wedding music being furnished by Mrs. D. W. Moose, of Concord. There were no attendants, and only relatives of the immediate families were present. The ring ceremony of the Lutheran Church was used, and little Miss Madge Moose, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moose, was ring bearer, carrying the ring in a large white cape jesamine, and entering first, followed by the bridal party. Immediately after the ceremony a dinner was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Goodman left for Asheville and other points in the western part of the State on a bridal tour of ten days. Returning to the county they will make their home in No. 4 township at the home of the groom.
Mrs. Goodman is one of the county’s most popular young women, being graduated several years ago from Mont Amoena Seminary at Mt. Pleasant, and having very successfully taught in the public schools of the county. She is a recognized leader among the women of St. John’s, always taking a prominent part in the civic and religious activities of the community.
Mr. Gooodman is a son of Mr. C. J. Goodman, of NO. 4 township, and is one of the county’s most progressive planters. He graduated from the State College at Raleigh, and for the past several years has been county farm demonstrator, having filled this office very efficiently and successfully.