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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals High Point Enterprise thursday december 20, 1973 3d Wilson funeral death claims set for Friday c. W. Gilliam mrs. Elsie Herrin Wilson 77, of 27-g Clara Cox apts died wednesday at la . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health since oct. 12, and in a critical condition one week. Mrs. Wilson was born May 3, 18%. In Commerce. Ga., a daughter of Cincinnati and Harriett Martin Herrin. She had been a resident of the High Point area 45 years and was a retired employee of Triangle hosiery Mill. She was of the Baptist Faith on nov. 25.1916, she was married to Warren Swaim Wilson who died in july of 1945. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Edna Mcleod of Baxley ga., mrs. Robert Harriett Hazelette of Norfolk va., mrs. Albert Jean Russell of Greensboro and mrs. Bill Betty Roach of 4110 Barrett or. Archdale three sons Julian Wilson of Fredericksburg. Texas Jack w ii son of 220 blood Wood Circle and Bill Wilson of the Home 27 grandchildren 6 great grandchildren seven step grandchildren one brother Leonard Herrin of Cornelia a and one sister mrs. Fred Emma Powers of Madison a. Funeral will be held Friday at 2 . At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. . Allgood. Burial will be in Fairgrove United methodist Church. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to me service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 and at the Home of a daughter mrs. Bill Roach 4110 Barrett dr., Archdale. D. O. Key Elkin a Denny Oscar key 47, of it. I Elkin died of a heart attack tuesday at Hugh c Hatham memorial Hospital. He was born in Surry county and was a retired Barber. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Cella Hiatt key a daughter miss Nav key of Monroe his father Oscar b. Key of it. I Elkin and two Sisters mrs. Lucille Gideon of High Point and mrs. Coy Smith of Coco flu. Funeral was to be held at la a Iii today at Little Richmond Baptist Church since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave. R 882-2555 885-2145 in its Onsum Thi Timmy mrs. Ada Elizabeth Agner pm. Calver United methodist Church mrs. Ethel Parsons York 3 30 . Sechrest Chapel mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. I Nommik mrs. Elsie h. Wilson St Al Western sizzling Steak House lots of specials s 159-s 169-s429 _11 i ._ daily luncheon special 1�?� la . To 4 . Banquet rooms amp take out service available. 800 n. Main pm. 885-8454 mrs. Parrish of Thomasville Thomasville c. W. Gilliam of 204 Mon lieu ave. Died wednesday at 9 55 . In Community general Hospital. He had been a patient in the Hospital since monday. He was born in Wilkes county a son of Charles p. And Mary Jane Wiles Gilliam and had lived in Thomasville for Over 50 years. As a Young Man he was a teacher in the Public schools. He. And the late j. F. Metters started one of the first Brick Yards in this area. He served As a judge of Thomasville recorder s court from 1929 to 1942. He. And or. Metters also organized Thomasville family laundry which they operated until 1946. He served in the late 1920s As Deputy sheriff in Davidson county. He had been president and general manager of the first professional baseball team in Thomasville. In 1946, he entered the real estate business and was Active in it until his death. He was a member of memorial United methodist Church and was a Mason. In 1921, he married miss Pearl Metters. Who died in 1963. On dec. 14. 1966. He married mrs. Nell Curlee Green who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are three daughters. Mrs. T. S. Blanche Lineberry of Sanford fla., mrs. Maxine Townsend of 16 fifth ave. And mrs. Joseph Jean Degaetano of Mendham. N j. Three sons. Or. Charles f. Gilliam of 19 Culbreth ave., Jack Gilliam of Plymouth and Duane Gilliam of Fayetteville two step daughters. Mrs. Edward Tamsie Mclean of Wilmington and mrs. Ronnie Jan Matlock of Winston Salem one step son. J. Frank Green of 213 w. Main St. Two Sisters. Miss Minnie Gilliam of 106 school St. And mrs. Cora Wood of Hays one brother Willie Gilliam of Blair Street ext. 25 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Friday at memorial United methodist Church by the Hev. H. Claude Youngjr. And the Rev. James r. Westmoreland. Burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight hum 7 until 9 and at the Home. Mrs. A. W. Fulton Kernersville mrs. Rosa Elizabeth Young Fulton 79. Of route 2. Died wednesday i in Kernersville rest Horne. She was a native of Forsyth county and a member of Good will Baptist Church. Survivors Are her husband Allen w. Fulton a daughter mrs. Eddie Parrish of by. I Oak Ridge and a son. Ralph w. Fulton of san Diego Calif. Funeral w ill be held at 3 . Friday at Good will Baptist Church by. 2. Kernersville by or. Paul j. Hopkins and the Rev. Robert Hunter. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Brooke funeral Home in Stokesdale and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Thomasville mrs. Ida Lee Myers Parrish 76, of it. 3, Kennedy Road and wife of Oscar e. Parrish died at her Home wednesday at 3 15 . She had been in declining health one and a half years and seriously ill for two weeks. Mrs. Parrish was born in Randolph county feb. 27, 1897 a daughter of William Braxton and Minnie Louisa Hughes Myers. She lived most of her life in the Westfield Church Community. She was a former teacher in the Randolph county school system. She was a member of Westfield Baptist Church and a member and teacher of the adult sunday school class. On april 18.1917, she was married to or. Parrish who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are four daughters mrs. Inez bean and mrs. Nathan Eva Freeman both of Oakland Calif. Mrs. Cactus Eutha Small of it. 3. Thomasville and mrs. Wayne a Ruby Loflin of Trinity two sons Roy e. Parrish of of. I Trinity and Albert w. Parrish of it 3. Trinity 13 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday at 2 . At Westfield Baptist Church by the Rev. Baxter Gilimore and the Rev. Frank d. Frady. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family w ill be at the Home on Kennedy Road and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. J. G. Strider Asheboro Jacob Gurney Strider 75. Of it. 2, Troy died wednesday in Randolph Hospital. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in mount Lebanon Baptist Church. The body is at Pugh funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Ida Stutts Asheboro mrs. Ida Jane Stutts 82, of it. I. Seagrove died wednesday in Randolph Hospital Asheboro. Mrs. Stutts was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday at Union Grove Baptist Church by or. Francis Lunsford and the Rev. Benny a Ness. Brutal will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at the Ridge funeral Home in Asheboro tonight from 7 to 9. J. L. Simmons Candor a june l. Simmons 65,. Of route i died tuesday in Moore memorial Hospital Pinehurst. Or. Simmons was a native of Montgomery county and a Farmer. He was a member of Candor Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Virginia Simmons two daughters mrs. Isabella Cranford of it. I. Troy and mrs. Geraldine Blake of it. 3, mount Gilead a son Jeff Simmons of Richland eight Sisters mrs. Dudley Williams and mrs. Madge Britt both of Candor. Mrs. Millard Hall of Pinehurst mrs. Ernest Howell and mrs. Bertie afford both of High Point. Mrs. Edgar Eller of Collegedale Tenn. Mrs. Mot Beck of Lexington and mrs. June Smith of Southern Pines and a brother Grady Simmons of Candor. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday in Candor Baptist Church by the Rev. Harvey Beeler. Burial will be in Candor cemetery. The body is at the Candor funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Alfalfa juice is projected As being Able to boost the protein Content of breads pastries pastas soups stews gravies milk substitutes ground meats and other processed foods. Pic Way shoe marts Holiday footwear for entire family priced less prices effective thru monday dec. 24, 1973 our Reg. 6.97 Gold or Silver evening shoe sensational. Save 2.09 on our sparkling Gold or Silver mylar pump ready for Holiday parties and every special occasion. 2" Heel Superb details in sizes 5-10. I Matching party handbag Gold or Silver kid handbag with fashion details. 096 Sale 3 our Reg. 4.29 girl s Dressy platform Oxford with 2-eyelet tie Teardrop cutouts in Dressy Black. Sizes 8% 3. Ca t in Slipper Sale buy now for gifts take your pick our entire Stock of 1.97, 2.19 and 2.29 gift slippers for women teens boys and girls Are specially priced for Christmas. Sizes 5-10, 8% 3. 69 All regular 1.97 styles special women a 1.59 value rain boots 59< sizes s m a of Hio South main at Ward open 9-9 . No to 3 c. E. Whiteley Greensboro Clarence Edgar Whiteley 56. Of route 4. Died wednesday at Moses conc Hospital after a year of illness. He was a lifelong resident of Guilford county and a Veteran of world War ii. He was a member of Alamance presbyterian Church. Survivors Are three sons Clarence Eugene and Eugene Whiteley. Both of Climax and Marshall Kemp Whiteley of Greensboro a brother. Charles Marshall Whiteley of Jamestown and sister. Mrs. H l. Mcada in of Greensboro. Memorial service was to be held at 3 . Today at Alamance presbyterian Church by the Rev Boyce Huffstetler. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. E. L. Boyd Lexington funeral for Elmer Leon Boyd. 26. Of 7 Hackney St who died monday was to be held at 2 . Today at Green Needles Baptist Church by the Rev. Woodrow Ferguson and the Rev. J. D. Walls. Burial was to be in Hughes Grove Baptist Church cemetery. Class slated for workers in rest Homes Jamestown an eight week course to Tram Piedmont arca individuals to serve As activity coordinators in nursing and rest Homes for the elderly will be offered by Guilford technical Institute beginning Jan. 15 at a tip a new Greensboro division. Shrine Temple to be organized High Point Prince Hall masons will form its first order of ancient egyptian and arabic order of Nobles Mystic shrine of North and South America and jurisdiction inc. P h a., Friday at Carl Chavis memorial Myca. The Temple to be located in High Point will cover the areas of Thomasville Asheboro Ramseur and Lexington its name will be Abdallah Temple with its number to be designated at the initiation. There will be a passover at Toussaint overture Lodge 4 524 Pha. 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