High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 16 1972, Page 29

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2c High Point Enterprise wednesday aug. 16, 1972 deaths amp funerals Shaw funeral set thursday mrs. Mattie Newsome Shaw 60, of 1509 Hobart St. Was found dead at her Home tuesday at to a. In. She had been in declining health to years. A mrs. Shaw was born april 26, 1912, in Guilford county a daughter of Wiley and Eddie Bottoms Newsome and had been a resident of High Point All of her life. She was last employed at Sherrod shirt company and was of the Baptist Faith. On nov. 2, 1935, she was married to George r. Shaw who died May 26, 1961. Surviving Are three Brothers William g. Newsome of 201 Rankin place Pride e. Newsome of route 2, and George j. Newsome of route 5 and to Sisters miss Blanche Newsome of 640 s. Elm St., mrs. Ruth Harding of 739 Hendrix St., mrs. Ernest Ruby Tysinger of i. I Trinity and mrs. John f Peggy Ransom of 900 Arthur ave. Funeral will be held thursday at 2 p. In. At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Kenneth Miller and the Rev. Paul Forrester. Burial will be in Lebanon United methodist Church cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home wednesday evening from 7 until 9 and at the Home of mrs. John Ransom 900 Arthur ave. Pallbearers will be Walter Mcdaniels David Bowman Jimmy Holt Monroe Tysinger Rex Carroll and Ernest Tysinger. Miss Hilda Sowers Lexington miss Hilda Marian Sowers 46, of route 4, died tuesday in Duke Hospital Durham. Mrs. Sowers was a native of Davidson county and had worked at Hanes hosiery Mill in Winston Salem. She was a member of Good Hope United methodist Church. Survivors Are four Sisters mrs. Harvey Liege mrs. Raeford Yokley and mrs. Carl Stripling All of route 8, and miss Mary Sowers of route 4 and two Brothers Ray Sowers of Advance and get us Sowers of route 4. Funeral will be held at 4 . Thursday at Good Hope United methodist Church. Tile body is at Davidson funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Kiah p. Murr Kiah Price Murr 66, of Charlotte died monday in a Charlotte Hospital. He was the father of Gene Murr of High Point. Funeral was to be held at 4 . Today in Cole memorial United methodist Church. Burial was to be in Oakwood cemetery in Concord. Ihm i 72 Sechrest service iof t left Inq Tun ase by of by j 2145 Onsum i a i Utti a i wednesday major Andrew j. Kilgarin to . Immaculate Heert of Mery Catholic Church Robert Lloyd Hicks 2 . Ward St. Muted methodist Church thursday Hugh Barber Pat Riddell 2 . Sectored Chapel m. H. Pigg Mooresville Maxie Hallaway Pigg 76. Of it. 3, Mooresville died tuesday at 10 30 a. In. In Lowrance Hospital following a Short illness. He was born Jan. 27,1894, in Davie county a son of the late or. And mrs. Frank Pigg. Survivors include his wife mrs. Edna Huffman Pigg of the Home two sons Albert Pigg of High Point and Frank Pigg of Richmond a. One sister mrs. Minnie Gragory of Long Beach Calif. 12 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 4 p. In. Thursday at Knox Chapel United methodist Church cemetery by the Rev. K. W. Norris and the Rev. H. J. Goble. The body is at Cavin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 30 until 8 30. Henry Mack Henry Mack 68. Of 302 Woodbury St. Died sunday afternoon in. High Point memorial Hospital. He was born May 15.1904. In Winnsboro s. He was a retired employee of the High Point ice and Coal co. He was a Veteran of world War i and a member of St. Paul United Church of god. Survivors include t w o daughters mrs. Emma Bell Deberry and mrs. Henrietta Harper both of High Point two sons Henry or. And Andrew Mack both of High Point seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral will be held thursday at 2 . At St. Paul United Church of god on Pearson place by the Rev. O. Crone. Burial will be in Carolina biblical gardens. The body will remain at Moore funeral Home until placed in the Church one hour before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Hannah is dead at 29 mrs. Peggy Simmons Hannah 29, of 808 Forrest ave. Died tuesday at 3 30 p. In. In High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient tor two hours. Mrs. Hannah was bom july 28, 1942, in Guilford county a daughter of Fred Willie and Hazel Cruthis Simmons. She had been a resident of High Point most of her life and was of the Baptist Faith. Surviving Are her husband Charles r. Hannah of toe Home four sons Jeffery Kent Keith and Marty Wilson All of the Home one sister. Mrs. Bobby Doris Price of 808 Kroll Lane two Brothers Wayne d. Simmons of Guilford College and Donald g. Simmons of it. I Kernersville and father Fred w. Simmons of Hillsville. Funeral will be held thursday at 4 p. In. At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Tommy Worrell. Burial will be in Mechanicsville primitive Baptist Church cemetery. The body will remain at the Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Hugh b. Riddell Hugh Barber Pat Ridden 66, of it. I Myrtle Beach s. C., died at 6 15 p. In. Tuesday in Ocean View memorial Hospital Myrtle Beach where he had been a patient for three weeks. Or. Riddell was born dec. 21,1905, in Tyro a son of John j. And Etta Koontz Riddell. A former resident of High Point he moved to Myrtle Beach to years ago. He was a former Salesman retiring one year ago. He was a member of Numa f. Reid masonic Lodge 344, . Amp . And a Shriner. He was a member of Tyro United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Fern Daniels Riddell of the Home one daughter mrs. Malinda Gail Warren of Myrtle Beach one son Joel d. Riddell of Greensboro two grandchildren and one sister mrs. Veight Swicegood of Yanceyville. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In. Thursday in secures Chapel by the Rev. Cecil e. Haworth. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery with masonic graveside rites. The body will remain at be Crest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Richard Fleming Asheboro Richard Allen Fleming 7-year-old son of or. And mrs. Robert Ray Fleming of 108 Nolan ave., died tuesday morning at Duke Hospital Durham after five Days of illness. He was a native of Giles county Tenn., and a rising second grader at Guy b. Teachey school survivors Are his parents a sister. Barbara Jane Fleming of the Home and grandparents or. And mrs. William Duncan of Hendersonville Tenn., and w. H. Fleming of Franklin by. Funeral will be held at 8 pm. Tonight at Ridge Mcdowell funeral Chapel. A second service will be held at 2 . Saturday at Phillips amp Robertson funeral Home in Hendersonville Tenn. R. Davis Seagrove Claude Roosevelt Davis 65, of route 2. Died tuesday in a Hospital in Troy. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Nome Spivey Davis four sons Lennie m. Davis of it. 2. Robbins Claude Davis or. Of Asheboro and Jimmy and Bobby Ray Davis of route 2 six daughters mrs. Martha Noah mrs. Nancy Greene and mrs. Claudine Greene All of it. I Star mrs. Janie Welch of it. 2, Robbins mrs. Betty Lucas of it. 5, Asheboro and mrs. Annie Mae Batten of Biscoe and a sister mrs. W. J. Brewer of route 2. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday at Dover Baptist Church near Star. The body is at Phillips funeral Home Star and the family will he there tonight from 7 until 9. L. L. Myrick Greensboro Lexie Lee Myrick 67, of 1815 Freeman Mill re. Died tuesday in a Greensboro Hospital. A native of Randolph county Myrick had lived in Greensboro most of his life and was a retired Barber and a member of Rocky Knoll Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Cozie Long Myrick two sons Winfred l. Myrick and David f. Myrick both of Greensboro four daughters mrs. Elbert Browning of Delaware mrs. Juanita Mathis of Kernersville mrs. Ruby Maines of Elkin and mrs. William Lavender of Ethelsville Ala. A brother Howard Myrick of Spartanburg. So. And two Sisters mrs. Swannie Purvis and mrs. Eula Reeves both of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday at Forbis amp Dick memorial Chapel. The family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Worker charged in kidnapping Walnut Cove . Apr a migrant worker has been charged with kidnapping a 9-year-old girl who was found in Good condition tuesday 24 hours after her Mother and a Man were slashed to death. Police said they also were questioning the migrant farm worker William Otis Robertson 20, of Eutaw Ala., in the larceny slaying of mrs. Betty Greene Mabe 38, a widow and William l. Ernst 49, of Winston Salem who worked with her at the r. J. Reynolds tobacco co. The bodies were found in mrs. Mabel a Home at Walnut Cove to Miles North of Winston Salem. Mrs. Mabel a daughter Brenda Lea Mabe who had disappeared after the slayings was found wandering beside a Highway five Miles from her Home. Authorities quoted her As saying she had spent the night on a quilt in the Woods with a Man named Otis who had a Long knife and had threatened to kill her. A spokesman for Stokes county sheriff Clyde Duggins said deputies took Robertson into custody without resistance in a tobacco barn in the Walnut Cove area after he told them a i give up i give the spokesman said Robertson had called the sheriffs office and reported he had been asked for directions by a person fitting the description of a Man sought in the slayings and the girls disappearance. Robertson was taken to the Forsyth county jail i n Winston Salem. Zoning opponents tw0 enter turn out again re kill Asheboro it was Grantville All Over again tuesday night As approximately 200 persons turned out for a second informal hearing on the proposal to zone Purgatory Mountain Home of the state zoo. The Only real difference in tuesdays meeting and the one held earlier in Grantville was that last nights lengthy session was held in the Superior courtroom at the court House in Asheboro. The same questions were asked of the county planning Board and members of the county commissioners and for the most part they were asked by the same people from the Grantville Community who asked them at the meeting held there three weeks ago. The original purpose of tuesdays meeting called by the county commissioners was to hold a formal hearing prior to adopting the zoning code which covers an area from three to five Miles around Purgatory Mountain. Following the Grantville meeting however the planners decided to make three changes in the proposed ordinance As requested by a number of citizens. These changes make it necessary to advertise and reschedule the formal hearing. One new Point that did arise at the meeting last night came to Light when a citizen polled each of the county a five commissioners to see if they knew what the proposed ordinance contained. The poll revealed that the commissioners had not Only failed to read the entire ordinance but they openly admitted they did not understand what they had read. Com missioner chairman Bill Farlow was asked if he would live under such zoning requirements As he and the Board were asking citizens in the zoo area to live under. Farlow informed the Man a a in a now living under stricter zoning Farlow lives in the City of Archdale which now has its own zoning ordinance. One Man remarked. A if the commissioners Haven to done their Homework How can they expect citizens to understand what is going on a degree awarded boiling Springs Gary Dobbins of High Point was awarded a degree during graduation exercises saturday at Gardner Webb College Here. Reunion slated the Jones Gurley reunion will be held sunday at Armstrong Park. Lunch will begin at 1 30 p. In. Lexington appeals were entered tuesday to Davidson county District court sentences of 12 months handed two Asheboro residents on charges of breaking and entering. The two Nettie Gardner 18, and Yvonne Cranford 17, entered pleas of guilty to the Misdemeanour counts. The charges stemmed from the july 24 break in at the Paul Styers residence Here. Appeal Bonds of $1,000 each were set. A suspended sentence was Given Jack Vaughn 39, of High Point after he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. The six month sentence was suspended for three years on conditions which included a $50 Fine and payment of court costs. The assault count stemmed from the july 30 cutting of James r. Long of Lexington. Three persons were found guilty of driving under the influence and received suspended sentences which included the payment of $100 fines. One of them was Willie Raymond Cody 32, of Denton who also was charged with violation of the prohibition Laws. Gene Arthur Grainger 34, of w. Green Street Thomasville originally charged with driving under the influence entered a plea of guilty to reckless driving and was fined $100 and court costs. David k. Ray Linwood David Kelly Ray 20, of route i greers Chapel Community was dead on arrival at noon tuesday at Lexington memorial Hospital. He was taken to the Hospital after becoming ill on the Job i t the Philpott Plant of Burlington House industries. He was a Guilford county native. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Barbara Michael Ray a daughter Brenda Carol Ray of the Home a stepdaughter Angela Gale Michael of the Nome a sister miss Dorothy Carol Ray of Lexington a half brother Jimmy d. Rushing of Lexington and his Mother mrs. Jean r. Ray of Lexington. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Mrs. Gladys Lambeth Lexington funeral for mrs. Gladys Lambeth 60. Of 12 Edgewood drive who died sunday was to be held at 2 . Today at pentecostal holiness Church on Laurel Avenue. Mrs. A. Case Kernersville mrs. Bess Hastings Case. 72. Of Oak Ridge died monday night at a Greensboro Hospital. Mrs. Case was a native of Forsyth county and was a member o f Kernersville moravian Church. Survivors Are her husband Charles a. Case four Sisters mrs. Minnie Doggett and mrs. E. W. Crow both of Winston Salem and mrs. B. Bridgeman and mrs. W. A. Johnston both of Dallas Tex. And two Brothers Pete and Glenn Hastings both o f Kernersville. Funeral will be held at la a in. Thursday at lain funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the moravian graveyard in Kernersville. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Chestnut drive at trend ave phone 885-5045 of you Liva in Tho Arch dolt Trinity Sophia or Glenola Community end Ort thinking of tolling Altott Coll Bob Stephen ton Randy Stonley or a tort claimant for o property a valuation at to have qualified Pur Chettri for prop Truitt in Thutt Artal George Clements realtors bin 3031 s. Main St. 431-1131 High Point Baptist Camp meeting tent located on Loop Road just off kit Ett drive i /2 mile below 29 amp 70 1-85 August 13-27 sundays 2 30 . Nightly at 7 30 . A first week speaker a Rev. Carl Lackey of. Airy n. A second week speaker a Rev. Bill Stafford Chott Nouga Tenn. Special singing nightly by cooperating churches sponsored by Many area Baptist churches w tit i it mortuary a or of Tho order of the Colden Pule a your Pomily serving your. Wednesday or. Charles William Stacy la Cumby of Epa thursday mrs. Mattie Newsome Shaw j pm. Cumby papal w mrs. Peggy Simmons Hennah 4 . Cumby Chapt pick out a car. Or 50 of them. Well Send you a Bill. 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