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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 15, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday april 15, 1974 a Max deaths amp funerals c. C. Goodson death claims Dave Pullum Dies at age 68 mrs. Young Dies in Hospital Clifford Cleveland Goodson 68, of it. I High Point was dead on arrival at 10 40 a in. Sunday at High Point memorial Hospital after suffering a heart attack. Or. Goodson was born june 15, 1905 in Franklin county Georgia a son of boat Talford and Myrtle Ballanger Goodson. A resident of High Point for 48 years he was owner and operator of Superior cleaners for 21 years. For the past seven months he had been employed by Sunset cleaners in Greensboro. On july i 1967, he was married to Frances Parrish. He was a member of trophy Council no. 29, or. . He was a member of Calvary United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Frances p. Goodson of the Home one daughter miss Janie Goodson of 113 Marywood or. One son David c. Goodson of 1709 g e. Lexington ave. Four Sisters mrs. Floyce Chappelear of Portsmouth va., mrs. Bernice jewel Farmer of Toccoa ga., mrs. Corrine Meredith of Spartanburg ., and mrs. Frances Mckinney of Charlotte two Brothers Spurgeon r. Goodson of Rock Hill And Hubert t. Goodson of High Point. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. C. Jerome Huneycutt. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Members of the Junior order will serve As honorary pallbearers. They Are requested to meet at the Chapel at to 40 . Troy Willard Troy Garland Willard 69. Of Winston Salem died sunday at Lexington memorial Hospital in Lexington. He was a retired poultry Farmer and a native of Davidson county. Survivors include his wife mrs. Mable Willard of the Home and one daughter mrs. Audrey Clodfelter of Trinity. The funeral will be at 2 30 . Tuesday at Midway Baptist Church in Davidson county. Mrs. Estelle Lemons Lexington mrs. Estelle Hodnett Lemons 52, of route 13, Lexington was dead on arrival at Lexington memorial Hospital at i . Sunday. She had been in declining health for two years. She was born in Pace va., to Oscar Lee and Mattie Lewis Hodnett. She first married Roy l. Meadows and later married Henry l. Lemons. Both Are deceased. Surviving Are three daughters mrs Betty m. Queen of route i Linwood and miss Carol Meadows and miss Tammy Lemons both of route 13, Lexington two sons sgt. Wayne Meadows with the . Army in Hawaii and Larry Dean Lemons of route 13, Lexington and four Sisters mrs. Adelle Parson of Danville va., mrs. Francis Hay of Richmond va., mrs. Lucille Hicks of Petersburg va., and mrs. Carolyn Brown of Nathalie a the body will remain at Piedmont funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 invasion Quot ass National of Lecirio Moh tic ans monday Robert v. Hayworth la . Sechrest Chapel mrs. Fannie Doris Young 49, wife of Arthur c. Young a resident of 2108 Shore St., died sunday at 8 20 . In Community general Hospital in Thomasville following three years of declining health and five weeks of hospitalization. She was born in Waycross ga., dec. 16, 1924. And had been a resident of High Point since 1950. She was a member of Springfield Baptist Church and was employed by the top Mart apparel of High Point i in june 1949, she was married to or. Young who survives of the Home and one son Tommy Young of it. Airy also survives. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday at 2 . In j. C. Green and sons Chapel in Thomasville by the Rev. C. S. Sechrest. Burial will be in Springfield friends Church cemetery. The family will be at the Home and at the funeral Home today from 7 until 9 . Mrs. Mattie g. Luther Asheboro mrs. Mattie Graves Luther of 920 w. Salisbury Road died Friday at her Home. She was a graduate of Bennett College and had taught for a number of years in Randolph county schools. Survivors Are her daughter mrs. Marie l. Mclean of Baltimore my. Two sons Paul Luther of the Home and j. T. Lutner of Baltimore and a brother Harrison Graves of High Point funeral will be conducted at 4 . Tuesday at St. Luke United methodist Church by the Rev. A. W. Brown. Mrs. Josie Hulin Denton mrs. Josie Briles Hulin 69, of route la Lexington died Early sunday morning in Randolph Hospital Asheboro after an illness of five weeks. She was born in Randolph county to the late James and Ellen Little Briles. She was a member of the Kennedy Road freewill Baptist i Church Thomasville. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Hazel Hoover of route i Trinity mrs. Lucy Noah of route 13, Lexington and mrs. Edna Pennington of route 4, Lexington five sons Terry Tommy and Bud Hulin All of route la Lexington Billy Hulin of route i Trinity and the Rev. Clayton Hulin of route 2, Thomasville and three Sisters mrs. Tillett Elbertson of route 2, Thomasville and mrs. Elzie Summey and mrs. Jesse Summey both of route i Trinity. Funeral will be conducted at 2 . Tuesday at High Rock Baptist Church by the Rev. R. S. Spry and the Rev. Don Daniels. Burial will be in Pierce s Chapel primitive Baptist Church cemetery. The family will be at Lanier Briggs funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Today and at the Terry Hulin residence route la Lexington. Alva Loflin Alva Edison Loflin 83, a resident of it. I. Sophia died at his residence sunday morning at 2 30 . Following a year of illness with his condition being critical the past week. He was born in Randolph county March 18, 1891, a son of John Franklin and Sarah Millikan Loflin. He was married to Ethel Davis in 1915. He was a retired Dairy Farmer. He was a member of i the state Grange and Marlboro friends meeting. Surviving Are his wife of the Home one son c. Wayne Loflin it. I Sophia three daughters mrs. Ralph Iris Cashatt of it. 2, Denton mrs. John Eddith Wagoner of 208 Dogwood dr., High Point mrs. M. B Virginia Parks or. Of Winston Salem two Sisters mrs. Ora Farlow of Bahama and mrs. Owen Farlow of Sophia. Funeral will be conducted in the Marlboro friends meeting House tuesday afternoon at 2 30 . By the Rev. Merrill Winslow and Rev. Don Osborne. Interment will follow in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the Harold a Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the residence at route i Sophia and at the funeral Home monday night from 7 until 9 . Pallbearers will be Howard Beeson Gilbert Davis Doug Newton Carr v. Redding jr., Max Farlow and Byron Farlow. Thomasville Dave Pullum 74, of route 2 died at 10 40 . Sunday at Community general Hospital. He was a retired employee of Thomasville veneer co. And a member of Hughes Grove Baptist Church. He was born in Davidson county to Jim and Dolly Kindley Pullum. Survivors include his wife mrs. Alice Hughes Pullum of the Home and two Brothers Jeff Pullum of route 2 and de Pullum of Farmer. The body will remain at Siler funeral Home pending completions of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Ida Smith mrs. Ida Hooks Smith 54, of it. 7, Greensboro died at 3 . Today in High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health for to years and critically ill for seven weeks. Mrs. Smith was born dec. 19, 1919, in Anson county a daughter of Johnnie Thomas and Hattie Mae Russell Hooks. She had been a resident of this area for 17 years. On feb. 7, 1948, she was married to Roland Lamar Smith. She was a member of Brentwood presbyterian Church and the Fellowship sunday school class. Surviving Are her husband Roland Smith of the Home one son Kenneth Lamar Smith of Jamestown her parents or. And mrs. Johnnie Hooks of 1117 Worth St. Two Brothers Benjamin f. Hooks of 425 Carey St. And Eugene Hooks of 200 n. Hall St. Funeral will be held at 3 . Wednesday in Brentwood presbyterian Church by the Rev. William Wrenn or. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 to 9 . Holidays from Page in Street said they chased a Man and that he dropped two paper bags which they later discovered contained about $13 in change and Bills. They later arrested Curtis Lee Davis 19, of Mobile Street who was charged with breaking and entering. Mrs. Joseph Tydings of Willo bar Terrace said she and her family came Home from Church saturday and As she entered the Side door she said she heard the front door slam and saw someone running across the Street. Mrs. Tydings said the front door had been forced open. Nothing was believed missing. Michael Chester Jones of Kernersville said someone Cut the convertible top on his car at Westchester mall and took a slide viewer valued at about $7. Jack f. Saunders of Flint Street said that someone took a radio from his front porch and Bill Flannery of Long Street said two women came by in a car stopped and picked up his Mother in Laws dog. Thieves forced open a vending machine at Smiths garage on Kivett drive. An undetermined amount of change was missing. A number of acts of vandalism was reported to police during the Holiday period. Lillian Ann Moore of Redding Street said that someone broke the Glass in her Back door causing $25 damage to the door and items inside the House and vandals broke out a window in the bathroom at the Kayo station on English Road causing $25 damage. A customer reportedly broke the Glass in the Beer cooler at w. Fairfield sup Erette and mrs. Nicks Burns of Council Street said that a window in her station Wagon was broken out causing $75 damage. Michael Jeffery Luther of it. 2, Trinity said that he was driving Down 1-85 and saw two boys standing on the Surrett drive Bridge. He said As he passed under the Bridge something hit his car. He said when he stopped he saw that a Rock had hit the Side of the vehicle causing about $25 damage. Chavis y sets annual banquet the Rev. J. E. Trotman minister of Calvary Baptist Church of High Point will be guest speaker at the 27th annual banquet for members and Campaign workers of Carl Chavis Myca. Awards and citations will be presented to individuals who excelled in various activities of the a by Quot program. They a menus club of Carl Chavis is the annual sponsor of the membership banquet. The club is underwriting the membership goal of $6,000 dollars in Campaign funds and pledges to Complete the soliciting in Cash for the year 1974. A yes Menette club will a be chartered during the program and ladies will receive their pins. Mrs. Dorothy Moore is president of the new club. The banquet will be held at the Western sizzling Steak House at 800 n. Main St., on tuesday april 16 at 6 30 . Reservations May be made by calling the Myca. Isaac Watson or. Is Board inmates hold hunger strike four inmates in the local jail reportedly went on a 36-Day hunger strike that ended Friday afternoon but the reason for the fasting was not known. Jailers said they did not know Why the four inmates had refused food since tuesday afternoon. Jailers said the other inmates in the jail which averaged about 20-25 during the period ate normally. Planning Council a meeting of the Community planning Council of greater High Point will be held tuesday at 4 . In room 3 of the Owca. The executive committee will meet at 12 noon at the Home of mrs. Nancy Lyles at hoi Forest Hill or. One week Only april 14 thru april 21 in ground above ground waders kiddie Bank financing a chemicals a accessories a toys a games til in 1 swimming Pool Nuru t mar w total 7 n a pc store open 7 Days a week open 7 Days a week Guilford enterprises i-85-0ld Thomasville re. High Point . Tel 885-5339 hours sunday i to 6 m0n.-Fri. To to 6 30 saturday to to 5 Pool olo store t Ville a % in Rolo t t Ville 185 Row a a e4-14-4 Rev. J. E. Trotman a chairman and Richard Griffin is president of they a menus club. Project. Supt. Derwood Huneycutt however has privately indicated that he would not favor changeling All of the proceeds from the Junior High school to the auditorium. He would prefer to use the Money for other purposes such As further renovation of the elementary schools. Whether any of the Revenue sharing funds will be spent on the school auditorium has not really been determined. The list drawn up last week was merely tentative the mayor and councilmen emphasized. But the proposals on the list will Cost an estimated $1,235 million excluding assistance for the auditorium. The Council has invited citizens to offer their views on Revenue sharing expenditures and there is a auditorium from Page in possibility that the list will undergo change. The auditorium and questions will be discussed at length at the City Council meeting scheduled for tuesday at 2 . Uno debaters win tourney Chapel Hill Tom Dillard a Junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from High Point teamed with Cole Campbell of Winston Salem to win the 1974 Delta Sigma rho Tau Kappa Alpha National debate tournament. The win was the first National title for Carolina in varsity debate Competition. It a h tackle boxes a s 066 $4<>0 match medium fresh and Light Salt water spinning reel heres a Quality spinning reel for All round fresh water spinning. Look its sturdy All Metal construction. It s priced to set you cheering. 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