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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals mrs. R. E. Davis mrs. Ethel Dolly Williamson Davis 64, of 607 n. Church st., Salisbury and a former resident of High Point died tuesday at 8 15 . In Rowan memorial Hospital. Mrs. Davis was a daughter of the late will and Lillie Phifer Williamson. Surviving Are her husband Robert e. Davis of the Home two daughters mrs. Jessie Vinson and mrs. Lallage Burton both of Salisbury six grandchildren one great grandchild and five Sisters mrs. Lallage Scott of 1328 Cedrow dr., mrs. Blanche Evans of Washington d.c., mrs. Lillie g. Mccorkle of Baltimore md., mrs. Alice e. Titus of Oakland Calif., and mrs. Winnie Bell Montgomery of Newark . Funeral will be sunday at i . At it. Zion Baptist Church in Salisbury. Burial will be in a local cemetery. The body will remain at Mitchell and fair funeral Home in Salisbury and the family will be at the funeral Chapel saturday from 7 to 9 . Richard p. Mabe. Germanton Richard Pearson Mabe 80, of route i died wednesday at his Home. Or. Mabe was a native of Stokes county and a retired Farmer. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Mary Rose Taylor Mabe two daughters mrs. Nellie Hampton of route i and miss Thelma Mabe of the Home three sons James r. Mabe of Spencer va., Dewey r. Mabe of High Point and Elmer Mabe of Winston Salem and three Sisters mrs. Sallie m. Nunn of Greensboro mrs. By a n n i e Bayer of it. 5, Kernersville and mrs. Winfred Pettius of Winston Salem. The body was to be taken to the Home at to . Today. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Friday at Walnut Cove primitive Baptist Church. Burial will be in Palmyra United methodist Church. Mrs. Daisy Butler mrs. Daisy Butler 88, of 44-a Daniel Brooks apts died tuesday at 8 20 a. In. In High Point memorial Hospital following four years of declining health and five Days of hospitalization. She was born june 9.1884, in Biscoe a daughter of the late Samuel and Jane Coggins and had been a resident of High Point for 25 years. She was a member of it. Vernon Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters mrs. Iola Adams of High Point and mrs. Jane Myers and mrs. Lena Bass both of Detroit Mich. Three sons Marshall and Dorsey Butler both of Raleigh and Fred Butler of Detroit Mich. To grandchildren 18 great grandchildren three great great grandchildren and three Sisters mrs. Naomi Wilson of Baltimore md., and mrs. Rosa Martin and miss Alice Coggins both of Greensboro. Funeral will be saturday at 2 p. In. At it. Vernon Baptist Church by the Rev. F. 0. Bass. Burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to funeral hour. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday from 7 to 9 p. In. Mrs. J. P. Mcdonald Denton mrs. Grace l. Mcdonald 47, wife of j. P. Mcdonald died it Ednes Dav afternoon at Randolph Hospital in Asheboro after a five week illness. A native of Richmond county she was the daughter of d. F. And Mary Diggs Lampley. She was employed by the Klopman Mills Denton Plant. Mrs. Mcdonald is survived by her husband two daughters. Mrs. Arthur debris Wilson or. And mrs. William Ray Sylvia Scott both of Denton one son James King Mcdonald of Denton two Sisters mrs. Marion Martin of Charlotte and mrs. Betty Coble of Rock Hill. S. C. Five Brothers Wllie. Leslie Floyd. Louis and Bobby Lampley. All of Rockingham and five grandchildren. Funeral will be at 3 p. In. Friday at Summerville Baptist Church with the Rev. Willard Pierce the Rev. D. W. Digh and the Rev. R. D. Riggins. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Lanier Briggs funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Mrs. Sallie Michael Lexington mrs. Sallie Byerly Michael. 87, of route 4. Died wednesday in Lexington memorial Hospital. Mrs. Michael was a member of Shiloh United methodist Church. Survivors Are three daughters. Mrs. Glenn Pickett. Mrs. R. J. Berrier and mrs. George Lanier All of route 4 a son. Paul Michael of Lexington and two Sisters miss Mary Byerly of it. I Linwood and mrs. Harvey Stewart of Winston Salem. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Davidson funeral Home. Mrs. W. W. Witt Asheboro mrs. Ruth Reynolds Witt 72, of Asheboro died wednesday in Randleman at the Home of a daughter mrs. V. F. Chamberlain. Survivors Are her husband Wilburn w. Witt three daughters mrs. V. F. Chamberlain of Randleman mrs. Frank e. Turner of Charlotte and mrs. Ray Maness of Asheboro and a brother James h. Reynolds of Norfolk a. And two Sisters mrs. Julia Hagan of los Angeles Calif., and mrs. Elsie Jackson of san Francisco Calif. Funeral will be held at 4 . Friday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. C. A. Munday Stateville Claude a. Munday 59, died wednesday in Davis Hospital Statesville. Or. Munday was owner of Troutman Sheet Metal works a Mason and a Deacon of Bethel Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife the former Ruth Roland his Mother mrs. Quince Munday of Memphis term. And six Brothers Ralph Munday of Greensboro Clay Munday of Asheboro Shirley Munday of Salisbury Fred Munday of Memphis tenn., Perry Munday of Tucson ariz., and Howard Munday of Houston Tex. Funeral will be held at 3 30 . Friday at Bethel Baptist Church. Burial will be in Iredell memorial Park. Dennis infant graveside services for infant Cynthia Marie Elizabeth Dennis will be held Friday at 3 . At Floral Garden Park cemetery by the Rev. Clarence Jenkins. The body will remain at the Cumby mortuary until the hour of the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. The infant was the three Day old daughter of Richard and Claudia Bickell Dennis of 5304 s. 73rd ave., Summit 111. She died wednesday in Community general Hospital Thomasville. Mrs. Lewis s. Davis mrs. Lula Hohn Davis 78. Of it. I Randleman died at 1 20 . Wednesday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for one Day. Mrs. Davis was born feb. 13, 1894, in Guilford county a daughter of David Martin and Lydia Hendrix Hohn. On dec. 21. 1919, she was married to Lewis s. Davis. He died feb. I. 1959 she was a member of the Home demonstration club in Randolph county. She was a member of the Ebenezer United methodist Church the missionary society and the adult sunday school class surviving Are two daughters mrs. Ray Myrtle Hollingsworth of it. 2, Randleman and mrs. James Myra Whitesell of 704 Liberty re. One son. D. S. Davis of it. I Randleman la grandchildren two great grandchildren and one brother Luther Hohn of it. 7, Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday in Ebenezer United methodist Church by the Rev. Charles e. Morton. Burial will be in Marlboro friends cemetery. The body will remain at the ser rest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. The family requests that memorials be made t o Ebenezer United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. Mrs. Lacost Hardison mrs. Alice Hardison. 58. Of Morven died monday in a Morven Hospital. Survivors include her husband Lacost Hardison of the Home two sons Napoleon Hardison of High Point and Jake Hardison of Columbia so. One daughter mrs. Colease love of Cheraw . Three Brothers Huston Johnson of Hamlet. Emanuel Johnson of Baltimore. Md., and Tust Johnson of Morven three Sisters. Mrs. Wayco Johnson of Baltimore. Md., mrs. Bertha Johnson of Chicago. 111., and mrs. Grace Gray of Morven to grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral will held at 3 . Friday at Gallilee Baptist Church in Mcfarlan. The body is at the Joe Marsh funeral Home in Cheraw . Daniel r. Roberts funeral for Daniel Ray Roberts will be held saturday afternoon at roller Chapel United methodist Church in Blackwater a. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body was to be taken today to Robinette funeral Home in Blackwater a. Or. Roberts 17. Of 222 eastward ave. Was killed wednesday about 1 30 . By a train. I hut i it 2 Sechrest service i 301 e i sex ii Upton ave is 255b or 88b 214b warehouse is damaged in Ramseur Ramseur a firemen continued this morning to Spray water on an old unused Wei Man co. Warehouse which w As partially destroyed by fire about 6 30 . Wednesday. No one was injured in the fire but three fire vehicles were damaged in separate accidents As firemen from Asheboro and Staley sped to Aid the Ramseur Volunteer fire dept. Asheboro firemen Bill Allred was injured when the first truck he was Riding collided with a car inside the Ramseur City limits. Allred was hospitalized but was not seriously injured. The car pulled in front of the truck firemen said. Damages were minor to the vehicles. Four Staley Volunteer firemen escaped injuries when their vehicles were damaged on . 42 near Ramseur. The Staley fire truck was being followed by two volunteers in separate pickup trucks when the brakes failed on a water Tanker following behind and struck the third vehicle pushing it into the other vehicles. Ron Meyer manager of the Wehnan co., said the old building damaged by fire was of no value and was not insured. He said the company had contracted for two portions of the building to be demolished. He said apparently the workmen created Sparks in some Way and the fire broke out after the men had left the Job for the Day. Meyer said the main Plant which produces furniture was not affected by the fire. The old warehouse first served As the Ramseur factory until Weiman took it Over. The Weiman co. Built a new Plant in 1964 High Point Enterprise thursday aug. 31, 1972 9c in preyers District poll backs gun control sixth congressional District residents Are strongly in favor of More stringent control of non sporting handguns overwhelmingly support a constitutional amendment to limit busing oppose withdrawal from Vietnam until the release of american prisoners and Are closely divided Over the question of amnesty. Guilford county residents take much the same position As their neighbors on these questions according to results of a questionnaire distributed by congressman Richardson Preyer. On other questions those responding to the questionnaire indicated they support present Laws concerning marijuana and overwhelmingly favor Reform of the tax Structure and an increase in Trade and diplomatic relations with Russia and China. They Are Mon closely divided on the Impact of the Salt agreements on u. S. Defense interests. Preyers office reported the results on the tabulation of 14,037 returned questionnaires. This is the fourth year the congressman has used the questionnaire approach to determine constituent opinions. One question on the card asked a what in your opinion is the single greatest need of our country a the congressman a office reported that this produced hundreds of different answers but that four principle themes were live and Mutual understanding National Unity fiscal responsibility and a return to fundamental religious Tennis discount centers inc. Rom pc Ryder cup Reg. 343 of special a 4 Woods 9 Irons is Oom a True temper shafts Jav Ping Irons Reg. 383 of special a to Iron set with customizing Dot wyk00 a Quot Heel Toi balance map Telic dresses by Gino Paoli special a Reg 79 93 Sioss a Nice Choice of sizes i u trophy Golf balls by braiding special a buy whue they ust through saturday som a Reg 5 25 re Doz. A a Doz Jim top flite titlist Mafli special Eft Asp Al Ding Dot Rovai 4 6 Hogan of amp a a limit i Doz pro balls per customs Roi vex on mat a in Avn a Hij a a steaks anywhere knit Slacks by Eaton special a souds and stripes to choose from $1 of a a regular 29 93 to 32.93 values i practice nets priday mrs. Lula Hohn Davis j . Ebentier United method chore Chestnut drive at Broad ave. Phone 885-5045 third person injured two die in head on crash mortuary Greensboro a head on collision tuesday about Midnight claimed the lives of two Drivers identified As Andrew b. Hildreth Iii 25, o f Freeman Mill Road and William Kenly Henderson 27, of Honeycutt Street in Randleman. The Accident occurred in a curve on a Rural paved Road two Miles South of Greensboro. Highway patrolmen said there was some evidence that one of the Drivers was racing when the Accident happened but did not say which. A passenger in the Henderson car Frank Wagner of Asheboro was listed in fair condition at Moses Cone Hospital. Funeral for Henderson will be at 2 . Friday at Randleman friends meeting. Burial will be at new Salem United methodist Church. Henderson worked As a Foreman for o v e r n 1i e transportation company in Greensboro and was a native of Whiteville and had lived in Randleman for 25 years. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Sheila Richardson Harrison two daughters Tamara and Tracy Henderson of the Home one son Todd Henderson of the Home parents or. And afr or the Oral a 0t the Golden a win w. Quot a of family serving year. Mrs. A. L. Henderson of in p the a a 0 to d my k a e or casual dress Welcome Eddler a break i Toupee Tel. 883-2412 High Point a aluminium Section Zed tubing for easy set up Fig a Nylon net 9 a t with free slide action Tennis balls a Wilson Penn Spalding a Slazenger Bancroft Dunlap special 24�?o special 1 i Maci it c re r c c in arc it 4639-c Wist Market phone 2941970 i Greensboro Winston Salem and one brother Everett Henderson of Randleman. The body is at Pugh funeral Home in Randleman. Where the family will see friends from 7 until 9 of clock tonight. Priday Cynthia Dennis p a Floral Garden perk Daniel Ray Roberts removing to Robinette funeral homa Blackwater Virginia sales amp service a color to a Block amp White to a stereo e radio Hill electronics of color to i i mar air or a Khoii in Rara four big cheeses. Cheeseburger double cheeseburger big Shef Supe Shef 1912 s. Main just off 1-85 cheese lovers relax. By popular demand Burger chef announces the cheese on any hamburger you order special. Want cheese on your Quarter Pound of lean beef super Shef you be got it. The same goes for our big Shef our double cheeseburger and our popular regular cheeseburger. About the Only food you can t get cheese on Are Burger chef French Fries and thick shakes. But that s because they go so Well with our cheese specials. We always treat you right family restaurants 883-6710 i Evinrude boats motors Are arriving now closeout prices Dixie # West wind Grady White Evinrude d0ats-m0t0rs come on Down save Trotters sports amp Marina new Highway 109. Thomasville Telephone 476-7327

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