High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 14 1976, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 14, 1976, High Point, North Carolina In Thomasville teachers report wednesday Thomasville a As usual with the beginning of the school year City teachers will report several Days before their students for orientation and instruction on rules guidelines and procedures for the coming year. Eugene Cosby assistant state superintendent for Public instruction will address City teachers on the morning of aug. 18, As Well As City schools supt. Derwood Huneycutt and administrative assistant Clarice Rains mrs. Rains said today. In the afternoon teachers will split into Grade Levels for elementary teachers and into subject areas for secondary teachers to discuss curriculum goals for the year new materials and methods of improving programs for this school year teachers on the first Day will report for work at 8 30 . And will leave at 3 30 ., mrs. Rains said. On the second teachers work Day aug. 19, everyone will report for work at 8 ., and the Day will be used for a special session for elementary teachers to become familiar with the new math books. Mrs. Rains said she would be meeting with special teachers in areas of music and Art librarians kindergarten special education and primary Reading instructors. Cleo Meeks a consultant with the state dept of Public instruction will meet with teachers on aug. 20 to give an orientation session for teachers on the metric system from 1 30 to 2 Thirty minutes prior to this sex discrimination Laws will be discussed with teachers. A meeting of the local executive Board of the North Carolina Assn of educators is scheduled for to a On aug. 23. The last Day of teacher orientation will be left for educators to work in their rooms. The first Day of school for students will be consumed by registration acquiring schedules and generally getting acquainted with the school. Rains said. It is a half Day on aug 30 for the students and no lunch will be served. The first full Day will by aug. 31 for students. Lunch will be served. School Days for the students will commence at 8 20 for elementary students and 8 30 for High school students mrs. Rains said 1976-77 Calendar for Thomasville schools aug. 18 teachers report for work aug 23 local North Carolina Assn. Of educators Nae executive Board meeting aug. 25 Nae meeting for elementary teachers aug. 26 Nae meeting for secondary teachers aug. 30 one half Day of school for students aug. 31 first full Day of school sept. 6 labor Day Holiday nov. 5 student Holiday and end of first nine weeks a teacher workday nov. 25-26 thanksgiving Holiday dec. 22 at the end of Day Christmas Holiday begins Jan. 3 return to school Jan. 20-21 student Holiday end of semester teacher workday March 25 student Holiday end of 3rd 9 weeks teacher workday april 11-15 easter Holiday june 3 at end of school term ends june 9 last workday for teachers a a deaths and funerals mrs. Priscilla Finney Thomasville mrs Prucilla Murray Finney of 303 n Pine St., died Friday at Community general Hospital she had been ill one month she was a native of Lincolnton. A. But had lived in Lexington for 17 years she was a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Lincolnton a. Surviving Are her husband. Binnie Finney of the Home a son Binnie Finney or of the Home sister. Mrs Lila Nixon of Lexington Brothers. Levi Murray of Jersey City n.j., Jessie gunner of Lincolnton a and Ronnii gunner or of Charlotte. The body is at Gilmore s funeral Home in Lexington pending completion of funeral arrangements w. H. Yates Lexington w Herman Yates. 84, of 105 Coppley St., died Friday in Rowan memorial Hospital in Salisbury he was an employee of Dacotah Mills and a member of Trinity United methodist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Mattie Campbell Yates sons. Ronald. Jimmy and Robert Yates of Lexington his Mother mrs Fannie Wrenn Yates of Lexington. Brothers. Vestal and Lester Yates of lax Egton funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Piedmont funeral Home Simc 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 j memo t by a or of i nation Sefc fed twilite a is saturday mrs. Minnie Milligan Hill sunday Hubert Thomas Cut Tam pm is Mary s Episcopu Church monday i. In i Doc a Hitaker pm Sechrest Chapel to Chestnut do High Point 885-5045 206 Erindale re Archdale 431-9124 to murky member i he order o he Golden rut ii i a a Yeti in North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis funeral director i in Terne Conal j. Pc. Barrett Robbins Joseph Edward Barrett. 45. Of route 2, died thursday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst. He was a truck Driver and a member of Longleaf Baptist Church. Surviving Are one son. Tommy Barrett of Columbus Ohio daughters Rene and Wendy Barrett of Columbus. Mrs Prisilla drapery of Akron. Ohio Mother mrs. Arnetta Barrett of it. 2. Robbins Brothers Claudius Barrett of Eagle Springs Royce and Willis Barrett of it 2 Robbins Sisters mrs Estelle person of Eagle Springs mrs Dora Thomas of Asheboro. Mrs. Thelma Williams mrs Betty Ruth Spinks and miss Marie Barrett of it 2. Robbins four grandchildren f funeral will be 2 30 p Sunday at Longleaf Baptist Church burial will be at new Zion cemetery the body will be taken from Phillips funeral Home in Star to Longleaf Baptist Church at 7 today. Marvin Page Asheboro a graveside services were to be held today at 4 at Centennial ame Zion Church in Bear Creek for Marvin Page 57, who was killed in a fire Early Friday. Firemen said that the fire was caused by smoking in bed Page was a native of Chatham county he is survived by Sisters mrs Louise Moffitt of Siler City mrs Nettie Lyles of Greensboro mrs. Alene Peterson of Philadelphia a Brothers Bryant Lee am Herbert Page of Richmond. A Blaine Metheny Elkins. W a Blaine Metheny. 54. Of Elkins died thursday night in the veterans Hospital in Clarksburg following a Long illness he is survived by his wife. Mrs Louise Metheny of Elkins one son Michael Metheny of Boston. Mass his Mother mrs h Metheny of Elkins two Sisters. Mrs. Mabel Dumire and mrs Erma Siler of Elkins and live Brothers Clair and Gerald Metheny of Elkins. Kermit Metheny of High Point Thurman Metheny of Raleigh. N Cand Junior Ray Metheny of East Alton a funeral services will be held monday at la a in in Elkins with burial to follow in in Elkins cemetery h. C. Wilson Greensboro Herman Clymer Wilson 80, of 406 e. Greenway North died Friday night at his Home following a period of declining health he was a former City attorney for Greensboro retiring in 1957 or. Wilson was a member of West Market Street United methodist Church and a former member of the Church Board of stewards. He was a Veteran of army service in France during we orld War i and was a member of the vow and american legion he was a charter member of the National Institute of municipal Law officers serving As president of the Institute 1946-47. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Elizabeth Clegg Wilson of the Home a daughter mrs Robert a. Bollinger of High Point a sister. Miss Mary Wilson of the presbyterian Home. High Point two grandchildren one great grandchild funeral will be 2 p in sunday in Hanes Lineberry n Elm Street Chapel by or. Charles Shannon burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery. The family will be at the Home memorials May be made to the donor s favorite Charity d. R. Whitaker d. R. Doc Whitaker 70, of 2815 s. 8th St., Arlington va., died Friday at his Home following a period of declining health. He was born March 4, 1906, in Siloam. A former resident of High Point he had resided in Arlington for to years while in High Point he was a real estate agent until his retirement. He was a member of Piedmont Lodge no. 681. . And ., and was a member of the High Point friends meeting. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Kate Whitaker of the Home one son Donald r. Whitaker of Falls Church a a granddaughter and two Sisters and four Brothers All of the Pilot Mountain area funeral will be 2 p Monday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Cecil e. Haworth burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery with masonic graveside rites by Piedmont masonic Lodge. The body is expected to arrive late saturday from Arlington and will be taken to Sechrest funeral Home where the family will be sunday from 7 until 9 the family requests that memorials be directed to the heart fund rather than the funeral lecture slated on movement7 an introductory lecture on the inner peace movement will be presented in the Holiday inn downtown wednesday at 8 Fred Garvey a Winston Salem architect said the movement was founded in Washington d Cin 1964 by Francisco Coll and has since spread to each of the United states Canada and Mexico Quot in fact Over the world Quot Garvey stated he added. Its purpose is to help each person realize his life a purpose for this particular life this is done Quot he continued. Quot by getting in touch with one s the spokesman said also that the inner peace movement is nonprofit and nonreligious. A but uses the individuals psychic gifts Garvey said a donation will be requested at the door w Ednes Dav night however he added that this will not be required . A a Bill Anderson for county commissioner Republican primary August 17 Factor Brun. Wll and soft help the salvation army help others by donating usable furniture major appliances and household articles of any Type. Call 883-1286 or 883-9414 for truck pick up. We will Olio pick up left Over Yard Sale items if arranged prior to tale a Jack Weaver candidate g3 Guilford county Board of commissioners. A concerned citizen seeking to represent a citizens of Guilford county for better government in Guilford county. A vote for is Jack Weaver is a step toward government for and by the citizens of Guilford county. High Point Jamestown needs a resident of the area on the Board Jack Weaver. A paid for by Jock Weaver a Oherron from Page 2a Greensboro interview of Herron had attacked opponent George Wood s proposal to eliminate North Carolina s food tax saying he did no to think such a move was Quot practical at this time Quot he hinted when asked that Wood s late reversal might be a political Promise which o Herron said Are Quot easy to make three Days before the primary. Of Herron also admitted in Greensboro that a first primary nominee was Quot highly improbable Quot but said he expected to be the front runner in the aug. 17 primary the Charlotte businessman addressed the problems of local governments in a Greensboro press conference Friday morning saying he would appoint a Quot town and country Quot committee to Deal with the problems of local governments. After leaving Greensboro of Herron addressed the kiwanis club then toured a local hosiery Mill. He finished his High Point visit with an open House at his too South main Headquarters. Shooting from Page 2a main Street. Lena Mae Turner of Hedrick Street said a $30 Battery was taken from her car while it was parked on the lot at food world on Westchester drive and Fred Gifford Lowerre of North Point Avenue said someone attempted to Force open a window on his car parked at Westchester mall reporting bicycles stolen were Mary Brand of Sherrod place. Louis Fisherjr of Brookwood drive and Harvey Boyd Martin of Denny Street police said a Man was discovered in the break room at the North state Telephone co. Warehouse on n Hamilton Street. The Man dropped the Coin Box from a vending machine As he fled on foot. Vandals broke a plate Glass window in the Man Power office on w High Avenue and broke the Windshield on a car belonging to Joyce Chavis of Landsdowne Street while it was parked in a service station lot at Phillips Avenue and English Road. Arrests included Gwynn Dolyn a Craver. 21. Of it. 2, Asheboro. Larceny Kelly Jones. 53, of Anaheim Street Possession of baseball tickets Charlotte Sumrall 25. Of Wendell Avenue shoplifting Johnny Wesley Wright 36. Of Cable Street and Jessie Robert Tate 18, of it. 3, Roc Sboro. Both charged with Drunken driving Johnnie Mousseau 49, of w High Avenue and Alfred Leonard 30, of Richardson Street both charged with assault with a deadly weapon George Thomas Douglas. 32, of Winslow Street assault by pointing a gun Ronald Denny 24. Of Greensboro escape and James Fredrick Lilly 26, of Ann More Circle carrying a concealed weapon High Point Enterprise saturday August 14, 1976 3a Davidson teachers Start orientation on aug. 17 Holly Grove teachers will report for a half Day on aug 17 at 8 a in to begin orientation and preparation of classrooms for the coming school year Davidson county school officials said today. On aug. 17-18 teachers will be left to work at individual schools said Max Walser assistant schools superintendent said. But starting on aug 19 and running through aug 23, county teachers will attend countywide meetings for instruction on developments in their subject areas Walser said. Workshops on venereal disease for county health teachers and on new developments in English libraries science language arts and other areas will be conducted on aug 23, Walser said. The District meeting for the North Carolina Assn of educators will be held this year at Central Davidson High school aug. 25-26 this meeting will include i in i service re elect Mark Stewart Register of deeds a trained a experienced a proven progressive leadership prompt efficient courteous service t a a paid toi by Mark Stewart 2 Kuchen remodeler free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh 2 kitchens. Inc i David j. Moore for . State House do tax Reform beneficial to the working Popie �3 elect utilities comm. Enact lifeline fair shores rates is educational programs that will teach Johnny to read Quot is crime control by enacting mandatory sentences s opposes the Era h for statewide Law which would control pornography and ifs availability to minors outlawing of sexual oriented Massage Parlours in e3government by the people for the people paid for by the committee of Fie of David a Moore representatives from surrounding counties Thomasville and Lexington and will be split this year. Elementary teachers in grades one through five including kindergarten will meet on aug 25, and secondary teachers for grades six through 12 will attend the next Day. Walser said teachers will report for work at 8 a in. On aug. 17 and go Home at noon. Walser said. Students will report for a half Day on aug 27 at 8 30 no lunch will be1 served the first Day for students arid elementary pupils will be Dis missed at la a And High school students at 11 45 . The first full Day of school for students will begin Oil monday aug 30 1976-77 Calendar for Davidson schools aug. 17 teachers report for one halt Day aug. 25 North Carolina Assn of educators Nae meeting for kindergarten through Grade five teachers aug. 26 Nae meeting for grades six through twelve teachers aug. 27 students report for one half Day orientation sept 6 labor Day Holiday nov. 1-2 staff development Day. Student Holiday nov 25-26 thanksgiving Holiday dec. 23-31 Christmas Holiday Jan 3 students and teachers report Back to school Jan. 20-21 staff development Day student Holiday March 25 staff development Day student Holiday april 11-15 easter Holiday june 3 last Day for students full Day june 9 last full Day for teachers cd army Reserve copt Donald f. Hargy of Jamestown recently completed part ii of a staff officer course at the . Army command and general staff College. It. Leavenworth Kan Hargy is regularly assigned to the 300th civil affairs group an army Reserve unit in Riverdale. My a 1959 graduate of it St. Joseph High school Baltimore ., he added Virginia military Institute at Lexington and Georgia state University at Atlanta Hargy who lives with his wife Karin at 117 Sag Wood or Jamestown is employed by the . Postal service a bulk mail Center Greensboro Flowers for All occasions High Point % leading Florist Grace Flower shop North Remi St Westwood phone 868 4085 a and 887 1617 together creative styling 613-c Hyde St. Thomasville phone 475-0328 men amp women hairstyles open tuesday saturday manager Unda Brumfield formerly operator in Trinity for 5 yrs. Recently employed at House of Beauty Thomasville. Vote Andy Troxler for county commissioner Democrat president and owner of Troxler hosiery co., inc., j amp t ,inc., and trollers Mobile Home Park inc. In Frost your count is business to men whose business is business. Go with Garrett for Guilford county commissioner to reduce Energy costs in county buildings coordinate City and county government cooperate with school Board in trying to solve problems in the classrooms paid for by p l costello treasurer committee tar j Orville Garrett i. Orville Garrett democratic candidate Al Mills will work to reinstate the murder death penalty. Elect Al Mills to the state Senate and make North Carolina a safer place to live he wants a better life for you t it paid for by the committee to elect Ai Mill Bill Laughlin chairman Herman Smith Democrat for Guilford county Board of commissioners Herman Smith a hard working High Point businessman and Community Leader knows Guilford county. He knows its people its problems and its priorities of you believe that Good government starts with common sense make it a Point to vote for. Herman Smith Democrat for Guilford Board of commissioners primary August 17 pad for by Herman Smith committee George Covington chairman

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