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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals j. C. Holland i. Pope Kyger Dies in Norway is dead at 37 is dead at 85 c. L. Wright death claims of Thomasville mrs. Rogers Jerry Clinton Holland 37, of 2006 Buren St. Died monday at 8 22 . In High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for one hour after suffering a heart attack at his Home. Or. Holland was born dec. 17, 1936, in Hoke county a son of Thomas and Dixie Holland. He was an employee of Jerry a Concrete finishing. He served four years in the . Marines having been discharged in 1959. On april 22, 1960, he was married to the former miss Shirley Lavender who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one daughter miss Debbie Lynn Holland of the Home three sons Jerry Clinton jr., Ronald Keith and Dwayne Carlyle Holland All of the Home his father Thomas Holland of Raeford eight Brothers including Benjamin Holland of the Home. Dan Johnny Lindy Randy Rick and David Holland All of Raeford and three Sisters. Funeral will be held thursday at la . At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Roy Mabe. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service and the family will be at the funeral Home wednesday night 7 until 9. Mrs. Estelle Lemons Lexington funeral for mrs. Estelle Hodnett Lemons 52, of route 13, who died sunday will be held at 2 wednesday at Piedmont funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Rosier Wilson. Burial will be in Lexington City cemetery. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Incomplete Jerry Clinton Holland since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 a ten to r to in.,1,Ilion Quot a National / one crts i morticians tuesday Clifford Cleveland Goodson 2p.m. Sec Hraf Chapel a a a mrs. Laura Smith Kearns 2 30 . Christ United methodist Church wednesday mrs. Ida Hooks Smith 3 . Brentwood presbyterian Church incomplete James Marcus Horton Liston c. Pope noted theologian and native of Thomasville died at his Home in trondheim Norway monday after a lengthy illness. He was 63. He was the son of the late or. And mrs. Roby l. Pope of Thomasville. Or. Pope served As Dean on the nondenominational Yale University divinity school for 12 years. He gained recognition As a scholar and author As Well As educator administrator ordained Clergyman and ecumenism. Or. Pope obtained an undergraduate degree from Duke University in 1929 and his divinity degree in 1932. He served As associate pastor of Wesley memorial Church in High Point from 1932 to 1935. In 1934, he married his first wife the former Mary Bennie Purvis of Durham who died in 1967. His second wife is the former Gerd Thoreson whom he met while on sabbatical leave in Spain. They were married in 1971, and he moved to her Hometown of trondheim in 1973. Survivors in addition to his wife Are a son Liston Pope or. Of new York City two daughters mrs. Clement Barbey and miss Allison Pope both of Lausanne Switzerland three grandchildren a sister mrs. Frank Wood of High Point a step daughter Ellen Thoreson and step sons Erik Christopher and Sverre Inguard. Or. Popes body will be cremated at trondheim where funeral services will be conducted at 3 . Friday. The family asks that memorial be directed to the Dean Liston Pope divinity school Library at Yale University. James m. Horton James Marcus Horton 86, of faster Falls va., died at 7 30 . Today in Wesleyan arms. Inc. He had been in declining health for six months and critically ill for three weeks. Or. Horton was born March 13, 1888, in Carroll county va., a son of Ruben and Martha Bowman Horton. He had been a resident of High Point for two years coming Here from Foster Falls a. Before his retirement in 1945, he was a Farmer. His wife the former Sarah Stewardson died dec. La 1973. He was a member of the Church of god of prophecy and for Many years was a teacher in the sunday school. Surviving Are one son Billy Horton of 1629 n. Hamilton St. Two grandsons three Sisters mrs. Ada Riggins of Hillsville va., mrs. Cordelia Wolfe of Medford Oregon and mrs. Nancy Yancer of Martinsville a. And two Brothers Dave Horton of Hillsville va., and John Horton of it. I Austinville a. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body has been sent to the Moorehead funeral Home Austinville a. William Edward Kiger 85, of 911 Gaines ave. Died at 4 15 . Monday in High Point memorial Hospital following several years of declining health. He had been a patient in the Hospital for three Days. Or. Kiger was born in Surry county sept. 23,1888, a son of Henry Edward and Jenetta Phillips Kiger and had lived in the High Point Community for 65 years. He was with the High Point police department for 32 years retiring at age 65 with the rank of sgt. He was a member of Reavis memorial Baptist Church. On oct. To 1912, he was married to miss Jennie Lee Smith who died april 29, 1956. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Jewel Buffkin of Whiteville and mrs. Robert Vivian Ridge of 911 Gaines ave. One Foster daughter mrs. Richard Barbara Reavis of Greensboro four half Sisters mrs. John Poindexter and mrs. Martha Gough both of Elkin mrs. Cletus idol of Greensboro and mrs. Herman Brown of Shoals one brother Gurney o. Kiger of Chattanooga Tenn. Eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held wednesday at 4 . At j. C. Green amp sons Chapel Thomasville by the Rev. Clyde h. Tucker. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery in High Point. The family will be at 911 Gaines ave. And at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Dave Pullum Thomasville a funeral for Dave Pullum 74, of route 2, will be held at 2 . Wednesday at Hughes Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. John w. Wheless and the Rev. Charles Mcdowell. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body was to be taken to the Home on route 2, this afternoon. Or. Pullum died sunday in Community general Hospital. Leon Warren Oak Ridge Leon Warren 53, of route i died at his Home monday evening after suffering what or. . Beall medical examiner ruled were self inflicted gunshot wounds. The body was taken to Moses Cone Hospital. Sheriffs deputies investigating the Case said they went to Warren s House and found him dead As a result of a blast to the head from a .16 gauge Shotgun. I he was a native of Forsyth county and was a Farmer. Surviving Are three Sisters i mrs. Ruby Meadows of Oak Ridge and mrs. Jessie Lou Melton and mrs. Jewel Hayden both of Kernersville and two Brothers Huston Sam Warren of Kernersville and Wilson Nick Warren of Oak Ridge. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Lane a neral Coy Luther Wright 68, of it. 3, Thomasville died at his Home monday morning. He had been in declining health for several years. Or. Wright was born in Randolph county april 8, 1906, a son of Jesse p. And Sarah Hunt Wright and was a life Long resident of Randolph county. He was a self employed Carpenter and was a member of pleasant Hill United methodist Church. He was married to miss Rosa Tysinger who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one son Jesse j. Wright of Thomasville six grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Willie Rena Harrison and mrs. Brantley Pearl Wall both of Thomasville and four Brothers John Gurney and Melvin Wright All of it. 3, Thomasville and Charles Wright of Thomasville. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Wednesday at pleasant Hill United methodist Church in Randolph county by the Rev. Artis Payne. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the Home of the son Jesse j. Wright 103 Trexler ave., and at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. G. V. Harmon Ramseur a George Virgil Harmon. 63, died monday in Randolph Hospital after a Long illness. He was a member of first Baptist Church in Asheboro and a member of Woodmen of the world. Before his retirement he worked in textiles in Cedar Falls. He also worked for the Randolph county schools for a number of years. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Mattie Bristow Harmon and two sons William Ervin and George Bobby Harmon both of Franklinville. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Wednesday at Cedar Falls Baptist Church by the Rev. James b. Gibson the Rev. Wilbur Eaton and the Rev. Hansel c. Neatherly. Burial will be in Randolph a memorial Park. The body is at Loflin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of Bobby Harmon it. I Franklinville. Thomasville mrs. Bessie b. Rogers 78, of Liberty arms nursing Home died monday afternoon at Community general Hospital. She had been in declining health. She was born in Robeson county a daughter of Henry Byrd and Janie Lee Byrd. She was a member of the pentecostal holiness Church in Lake View . Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Janie Smith and mrs. Mabel Horne both of Thomasville two sons Layton Rogers of Lake View ., and Oliver Rogers of Thomasville two stepdaughters mrs. Irene Thompson of Laurinburg and mrs. Alma Bryant both of fair Buff five Stepsons Corbett Rogers of Fairmont Orbett Rogers of Fayetteville . Rogers of Lumberton James Rogers of Lake View ., and Leroy Rogers of Richmond a. A brother. Bob Byrd of Darlington . And several grandchildren and a great grandchildren. The body will be taken from Siler funeral Home to Prevette funeral Home in Lake View . Further arrangements Are incomplete. H e. Of Connor Greensboro Hugh Earl of Connor 68, of it. I Mcleansville died monday at his Home. He was a native of Greensboro and a lifelong resident of Guilford county. He was a wholesale Florist and was a member of Hines United Church of Christ. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Dorothy Smith of Connor two sons Raymond and Carl Joseph of Connor both of Greensboro two daughters. Mrs. Helen Lapradd and mrs. Ruby Connally both of Philadelphia. A. Four Brothers Harry of Connor sr., Lee and James h. Of Connor All of Greensboro and Max h. Of Connor of High Point his Stepmother mrs. Edith of Connor and a stepdaughter mrs. Betty Mcdaniel of Pomona . The family will be at Forbis and Dick memorial Chape tonight 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 4 . Wednesday at Hines United Church of Christ by the Rev. Melton h. Wilder. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park. Cockerham amp Mowan dispensing optic i inns 527 n vain a phone 887-5 94 la e fill a by doctors prescription for classes a Complete optical service a repairs a duplications p. Lee Cockerham off Street parking Robert l. 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Thursday at Maple Springs United methodist Church by the Rev. Doug Barber the Rev. Frank Jarvin and the Rev. John Oakley. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at the Loflin funeral Home Ramseur wednesday night 7 to 9 mrs. Martha Alley Pinnella Park Fla. A mrs. Martha Guyer Alley of Pinellas Park died sunday at colonial con Valarius in Kenneth City Fla. After a Long illness. Before moving to Florida 16 years ago she was a resident of High Point. She was a member of Christ lutheran Church in St. Petersburg. Surviving is a sister miss Lena Guyer of High Point. Funeral will be held at to . Wednesday at Prevatt funeral Home in Pinellas Park by the Rev. Harry e. Vensel. Burial will be in Woodlawn memory gardens St. Petersburg Fla. R a. Wagner Asheboro Rubert algerian Wagner. 50. Died sunday. He was a Weaver with Klopman Mills in Asheboro and was a member of Calvary United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Alma Mitchell Wagner a son Thomas Mitchell Wagner of Asheboro two Sisters mrs. Ralph Bowman and mrs. Ruth Lineback both of Winston Salem two Brothers w. E. Wagner of High Point and Odell Wagner of Germanton. David f. Hill Thomasville funeral for David Franklin Hill 17, of it. 5, Thomasville will be held at 4 . Wednesday at Southgate Baptist Church by the Rev. Clyde b. Case and the Rev. Hoke Ritchie. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. David accidentally drowned sunday afternoon while swimming in Lake Norman. Surviving Are his parents or. And mrs. Dalton Lee Hill of the Home a sister Carolyn Hill of the Home a brother Brian Lee Hill of the Home maternal grandmother mrs. Faye e. Kennedy of Thomasville and paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Allen Hill of Thomasville. Fletcher infant Greensboro miss Elizabeth Joah Fletcher one Day old daughter of or. And mrs. Brent m. Fletcher of 202 Apt. F Yor Leigh Lane Jamestown died monday at Moses Cone Hospital. Surviving Are her parents paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Thomas Fletcher of High Point maternal grandparents or. And mrs. John Mitchell of Greensboro and paternal great grandmother mrs. Ellen Light of High Point. Graveside rites were to be held at 2 . Today at Guilford memorial Park cemetery by the Rev. George Mcbridge. A Zenith hearing Aid insures Quality after Purchase Protection satisfaction. Ask about our 5-year Protection plan. Manufacturer s suggested retail Price. We Start with a Complete evaluation to determine your need. Then we help select the Aid that s right for you. Choose from a Complete line of Zenith instruments priced from $85.00 to $390.00. The Price includes All the consultation and after Purchase adjustments necessary to your Complete satisfaction. Batteries for All makes of hearing aids. The Quality goes in before the name goes on. Remith Piedmont hearing Aid Center Quot a trusted name in better hearing 400 n. 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