High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 28 1972, Page 13

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Weekend wrecks injure 5 at least five persons were in miffed in wrecks saturday night and sunday but neither was believed in serious condition. Eula g. Whitney of e. Commerce Street a passenger in a car driven by Samuel Whitney 51, also of e. Commerce and Mary j. Ferguson of e. Green drive a passenger in a car driven by Lawrence Lee Ferguson 49, also of Green were injured saturday. The Whitney and Ferguson vehicles collided on Thissell Street at Leonard Street. Whitney was charged with a Safe movement violation. Johnny Wayne Floyd 20, of s. Main Street was injured saturday when his car and a vehicle driven by Pamela Jean King of Joyce Circle collided on Greenwood or. At . 68. Bobby Wilson 18. Of Meredith Street was injured when hit by a car sunday on Fern Street near Carter Street. The Driver was Lonzie Ray Davis 19, of Penn Street. According to the report Wilson ran out into the Street then stopped and started to run Back when he was hit. Lon Marshall 21, of e. Washington drive was injured sunday when the car he was driving wrecked on e. Washington near Hobson Street. He was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Police said the Marshall car. Travelling at a High rate of Speed went out of control in a curve hit a Utility pole then hit a parked car head on. The parked car belonged to Lee Anderson Lanier of e. Washington. Gary Alton Reddick. 20, of Jamestown said sunday that another car came into his Lane of travel forcing his car off the right Side of Gordan Road near no 68. His car hit a mail Box and some Trees before stopping. Has boosters meet tonight sap the Andrews High school athletic boosters club will meet tonight at 8 of clock in the Andrews cafeteria. Films of the pre season scrimmage game Between Andrews and North Mecklenburg High school will be shown. Area students in who s who police report High Point Enterprise monday August 28, 1972 5b 2 arrested for car theft after wreck four area students have been selected to appear in the 1971-72 edition at a a who a who among american High school named for the Honor were Patti s. Ward Kathryn Diane Davis David Martin Venable and Jacqueline Moser. They Are among students from More than 18,000 High schools throughout the county recognized for their leadership in academics athletics activities or Community service. In addition to having their biographies published in the Book the four students will be eligible to compete for to $1,000 Grants awarded by the publishers. Patti Ward a senior at t. Wingate Andrews High school is the daughter of mrs. Doris Ward of 112 Mayview ave. In High Point. She is a member of the Beta and French clubs and plans to attend appalachian state University upon graduation. A senior at Randleman High school miss Davis is Active in the fat and French clubs and serves on the student Council. The daughter of or. And mrs. Gilbert r. Davis of it. I Randleman she plans to attend Guilford technical Institute after graduation. David Venable a 1972 Grad if you do fail in your first Endeavor swear a swear you la do better the next time. I i plastic liner Mure Reda cd a us i pm a St l Ajer a re a Yoi a to in its and tightens Den j can cat anything Ney Back guarantee inn drug Stow lures is announcing. Quot the up to $7500 real estate loan Quot a loan designed exclusively for property owners. People like you who own real estate. And what it Means is that the Money you have invested in the real estate is your borrowing Power. As much As $7500 at household. You see with every payment or improvement you make every increase in property value. The Money in that property builds up. And your equity keeps growing. With a second mortgage real estate loan you can make that equity work for you. To get the things you want now. A new car Home improvements or vacation property. Consolidate your Bills or pay for College tuition. Whatever your Money needs talk to household about a real estate loan. All our offices Are connected by computers. So we can process your loan immediately and your Money can be ready promptly. A Check made out to you. To be used for whatever you need or want. Household realty 0optmtioht a wholly web Suos Oury or mouse nolo Eimm i Coor. An equal Opportunity Lender 106 South main Street phone 882-4136 in in police arrested two Winston Salem teenagers sunday after they reportedly wrecked one stolen car abandoned it and took another vehicle. Police said a car wrecked Early sunday morning on e. Lexington Avenue at Waverly court and the Driver and a passenger fled. The Driver according to police was later identified As Wilson Nelson Womack. 17. The passenger was identified As Ted Lee Collins 18. According to officers the wrecked car belonging to William Henry King o f Winston was stolen in the twin City. After the wreck Here the pair allegedly took a car belonging to Billy c. Warren of College apartments parked in the Lexington Avenue area. The Warren car w a s recovered on Lexington when police said they stopped a car in front of the two subjects and they got out and fled. Warrants charging theft of the Warren car were issued against both. Womack also was charged with exceeding a Safe Speed not having a Drivers License and leaving the scene of an Accident. Officers said the King car driven by Womack hit a Utility pole while travelling at a High rate of Speed out of Lexington. It then hit a fire hydrant knocking it across the Roadway and then hit a second Utility pole. Police said a car stolen from Southern Chrysler Plymouth was wrecked on s. Main Street at Grimes Street sunday. The stolen car and a vehicle driven by Cheryl Dean Cox of s. Main collided in the intersection and the Driver of the stolen car ran. Cheryl Cox suffered minor injuries. Venable Moser uate of Ragsdale High school is the son of or. And mrs. Cleo m. Venable of 3217 for res View or. In High Point. A member of the school band and the Junior civitan club Venable was awarded a scholarship by the alcohol education Center in Jamestown for an essay on alcoholism. He will attend Western Carolina University. A 1972 graduate of High Point Central High school miss Moser is the daughter of mrs. Ida Moser of 1314 e. Commerce St. In High Point. A member of the National Honor society at Central she presently is attending the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Play it Cool you cant afford to simmer All summer. 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