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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 29, 1973, High Point, North Carolina Deaths and funerals High Point Enterprise saturday december 29,1973 3a o. J. Hedrick of Thomasville Thomasville Oscar j. Hedrick 79, of 23 Leonard St., died Friday at 9 55 . In a Raleigh Hospital following to years of declining health. He was born in Davidson county april la 1894. A son of the late . And Mary Tysinger Hedrick and had spent most of his life in Thomasville. He operated Thomasville plumbing and heating co. For 15 years and later was associated with the Ragan knitting Mill until his retirement in 1959. He was a member of Heidelberg United Church of Christ had served As an elder and on the consistory and at the time of his death he was an elder emeritus. He taught sunday school for a number of years and the Oscar Hedrick Bible class was named in his Honor. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Eva Walser Hedrick of the Home three daughters mrs. Earl Mary Bell of Marthasville mo., mrs. Lewis to Hartman of 308 Reid St. And miss Audrey Hedrick of the Home a son Van Hedrick of it. 5. Thomasville eight grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Funeral will be held monday at 2 . In Heidelberg United Church of Christ by the Rev. G. Harold Myers. Burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The body will remain at j Green and sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . The family requests that memorials be directed to the Heidelberg memorial fund. Members of the Church consistory will serve As honorary pallbearers mrs Leona cutting Lexington mrs. Leona Brown cutting. 64. Of 110 Pond St. Died Friday in Lexington memorial Hospital. A native of Forsyth county she was a member of Salem Park Baptist Mission. Survivors Are daughters mrs. Jesse Adams and mrs. Nancy Everhart of Lexington sons. Gene cutting of it. 14. Alton cutting of Huntington ind., George cutting of it. Wayne. Ind. Robert cutting of it. Eustis a. Sisters mrs. Grace Rivers of Winston Salem. Mrs. Ernest Whitlock of Richmond. Va., mrs. Albert Bagman of Charlotte brother Edgar Brown of Winston Salem. Confused worried upset a phone us since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave i 882-25571 885-2145 member by int it i of a a a National ski it of / mortician saturday Charles Hay Nance am Chi it United methodist Church saturday colonel Thomas Boyles pm inf Lith cd a Ptim a Church interment Mechanicville Baptist Church cemetery sunday mrs. Johnnie Helen Lane pm Rankin memorial United methodist Church mrs. Laura Black Clapp j 30pm first Kel Ormed United Church of Christ mrs. Nella Prigg Denton 3 30pm Rankin memorial United methodist Church mrs Mamie Foster Cass 4 pm. Secures Chapel Mother Cass funeral death takes of mayor set sunday mrs. Denton mrs. Mamie Foster Cass 84 mrs. Netta pipe Deni 882-8121 j a a a a a a a a a Dies at 84 mrs. Laura Black Clapp 84, of 1212 Lancaster place died at 11 30 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for 18 Days. She had been in declining health for an extended period. Mrs. Clapp was born March 18. 1889 in Davidson county a daughter of John and Frances Grubb Black a resident of High Point for 63 years she was married oct. 6. 1912 to s d. Clapp who died dec. 9, 1957. She was a member of first reformed United Church of Christ and of the Mary Hoy sunday school class. Surviving Are two daughters miss Frances Ellen Clapp and miss Rachel i. Clapp both of the Home three sons Richard i Clapp of the Home mayor Paul w. Clapp 331 Woodrow ave., and Roy d. Clapp. 1417 Wiltshire St. And three grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 3q . Sunday in first reformed United Church of Christ by the Rev. John w. Settlemyre and or. George e. Dillinger. Burial will be in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at the secures funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 8 30 pallbearers will be . Sossaman . Smith. Ralph Greeson. Ralph Brown Harden Osborn Frank Roberts Joe Honeycutt and Fred a. Thomas. Ii Coggins infant Jeffrey Wade coggims infant son of William Ralph and Nancy Sumner Coggins of it. 3. High Point died Friday night shortly after birth in High Point memorial Hospital. Surviving in addition to the parents Are one brother. William Timothy Coggins of the Home and his grandmother mrs. Eula coggims of 524 Flint St. Graveside services were to be held at 4 . Today in Floral Garden Park cemetery by the Rev. J. Dwight Cartner. H e. Blair he scr Edmon Blair 47. Of Cincinnati. Ohio died sunday at his Home. He was born feb 4. 1926, in High Point the son of Catherine Blair Goode and the late William Goode. He had been a resident of Cincinnati for the past five years and was a Veteran of world War ii having served four years in the Marine corps. Survivors include his wife mrs. Rachel Lattimore Blair of the Home one son Herser Blair or. Three daughters misses Catherine Linda Ann and Anieta Blair All of the Home the Mother mrs. Catherine Goode of High Point four Brothers William. Pete and Frank Blair All of Boston mass., Aud Ralph Blair of Greensboro and two Sisters mrs. Margaret Dillon of Trenton n Jand mrs. Beulah Cuthell of High Point funeral will be held sunday at 2 30 . At Eastside Church of god of prophecy by the Rev. Emmanuel Rucker. Burial will be in cemetery Thomasville. The body will remain at Moore funeral Home until paired in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the Home of mrs. Catherine Goode. 905 Amos St., and at the funeral Home today from 7 until 9 Mhz. Edith coffin Randleman mrs. Edith Sawyer coffin. 60, of Randleman died Friday at her Home. She was a Public tax accountant. She is survived by a brother Clarence Hay Smith of Randleman. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at Pugh funeral Home with the Rev. Bobby Inman officiating and burial in Marlboro friends meeting cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home 7-9 today. Mrs. Mamie Foster Cass 84, of 208 Mendenhall rd., Jamestown died at 1 30 . Saturday in Liberty House nursing Home. Thomasville. She had been in declining health for several years and critically ill for one month. Mrs. Cass was born March 3, 1889, in Randolph county a daughter of a Al and Annie Burgess Foster. A resident of High Point most of her life she was the widow of a r. Cass. For a number of years she operated a boarding House in High Point. She was a member of the first reformed United Church of of the Mary Roy sunday school class. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Louise Sandifer Byrd of 208 Mendenhall re. One granddaughter miss Ann Sandifer of 2611b Guyer St., Jamestown one sister mrs. Set. Flowers Manning s.c., and one brother. Herbert Foster. Randolph county. Funeral will be held at 4 00 pm. Sunday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. John la. Barnes. Burial will be in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family w ill be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 30 until 8 30. Lane rites Are set for monday mrs. Johnnie Helen Lane 43, of 525 Guilford ave., died at la a in. Friday apparently As a result of a fire at her Home. Mrs. Lane was born May 30, 1930 in Athens. Term. A daughter of John Hixon and Elizabeth Sharp Small. A resident of High Point for 35 years she was employed by colonial motor lines As Billing clerk. She was a member of Rankin memorial United methodist Church and of the United methodist women. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Stacy Linda Conder of Daytona Beach fat. And miss Allison Leigh Lane. Mon lieu ave. One son Stephen Walker Jones of Raleigh her Mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Sharp Small of 327 Louise ave. Her father. John Hixon Small of Athens Tex. And two Brothers. James Daniel Small of Johnson City Tenn and William Fisher Small of Hampton. A. Funeral will be held at 2 sunday in Rankin memorial United methodist Church by the Rev. W. Grady Burgin burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. A m. Johnson Austin manese Johnson 59. A former High Point resident died in port Orange Fla Friday at 5 10 a in. Of a heart attack. He was born in High Point aug. La 1914. He was first married to Mary Embler who died in 1966 he then married Anna Bartel. He was a member of f first Baptist Church in port Orange. Surviving Are his wife of the Home in Crescent City Fla. Three sons Richard Johnson of Winter Haven Fla., Robert Johnson of Daytona Beach Fla., and Jerry Johnson of Winston Salem four daughters mrs. Robert Peggy Moore of port Orange mrs. Jack Brenda Sandusky of Alaska and miss Debra Johnson and miss Joyce Johnson both of Daytona Beach two Sisters mrs. Alese Loflin of High Point and mrs. W. M. Cox of Grifton and one brother w. J. Johnson of High Point and 12 grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted in Harold Davis funeral Home monday at 2 . By or. E. W. Price or. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday night from 7 until 9 . Mrs. Netta Pigg Denton 79, of 1413 English rd., died at 2 45 . Today in Maryfield nursing Home. She had been in declining health for one year and had been seriously ill for three months. Mrs. Denton was born March 29, 1894 in Chesterfield county s.c., a daughter of David Henry and Jane Ellen Nicholson Pigg. She was the widow of Dock Vance Denton who died feb. 38. 1973. A resident of High Point for 40 years she was formerly employed by Melrose hosiery Mill As a paired retiring in 1958. She was a member of Rankin memorial United methodist Church and of the helpers sunday school class. Surviving is one sister mrs. Rebecca Mangum 1902 w rotary or. Funeral will be held at 3 30 . Sunday in Rankin memorial United methodist Church by the Rev. W. Grady Burgin. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the Home of a Niece mrs. John Terry. 1219 Guilford ave. And at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. H. G. Jarrell Dies Friday Henry Grady Jarrett 65, of 233 Mill St. Was dead on arrival f riday at i . At High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in his usual health and death was unexpected or. Jarrett was born aug 3, 1908. In Randolph county a son of Robert Lee and neddie Prevo Jarrett. He had been a resident of the High Point area 45 years and was employed by Highland Cotton Mills As a night watchman. Or. Jarrett was a member of Highland United methodist Church and the sunday school. He was a Veteran of world War ii having served in the . Army. On nov. 8, 1952, he was married to the former miss Ophelia Parker who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to the wife is one son r. Wayne Jarrett of the Home one brother . Jarrett of 235 Mill St. And one sister mrs Henritta Connor of Central Falls. Funeral will be conducted sunday afternoon at 3 . From Highland United methodist Church by the Rev. . Lyndon and the Rev. John Cagle. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 mrs. Harrington Candor a mrs. Fannie h. Harrington 53. Of Candor died thursday in n Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill. Survivors Are husband Joseph Harrington daughter miss Christine Harrington of the Home son Joseph r. Harrington of Portsmouth a. Sisters mrs. Jennie Mae Scott of Rockingham mrs. Eva Mae Byrd of Cheraw s c., mrs. Minnie l. Ingram of High Point brother James Hamilton of Rockingham funeral will be 2 30 . Sunday at St. Stephens Baptist Church in Rockingham. The family will be at Kearns funeral Home in Troy 7-9 . Today. Or his year s Evi party Starlight roof _. Venn dinner dancing. Fun. Favor. Set up a too Gary Buchanan Orch. To 1103 n. Elm St. Winner in downtown merchants Assn. Drawing with the Gas shortage creating a Rush on Small cars. Glenn Hines of High Point managed to avoid the problems of looking and negotiating a Sale by having his name drawn in the downtown merchants Assn. Drawing the prize a new Vega was Given to Hines Friday at Lyles Chevrolet As a finale to the association s Christmas promotion pictured i to r Are . Long co chairman of the merchant s association Hines Phillip Sparks manager of Kress and Hay Smith of Lyles it by via a Austin Don t delay the Opportunity for Success and happiness Ashmore business College will prepare you in a few Short months to be qualified skilled and promotable choose Quot hire Quot education senior secretarial key punch clerical business administration or. Accounting stenographic accounting a computer concepts refresher and individual subjects Day a evening Classis now forming Cau today 882-1 888 High Point 476-6145 to vill. Winter Quarter starts Jan. 7, 1974 Veteran approved financial assistance a Register now a City school menus for week ending Jan. 4 elementary High Point City schools Are closed monday and tuesday for the new years Holiday. Wednesday meatballs with Gravy mashed potatoes Broccoli hot Rolls cookie thursday Salisbury Steak Rice Green Beans pineapple salad biscuits Friday tuna loaf or salad buttered kale school Beans hot Rolls Gingerbread. Lemon sauce High school wednesday Tomato vegetable soup cheese Sandwich. Grilled saltines Apple Crisp thursday Salisbury Steak mashed potato Green Beans com hot Rolls chocolate pud Dii g Frida. To boys Salami cheese tomatoes lettuce potato chips applesauce or Cobbler pedestrian hit by Auto Here several injuries were reported in Friday accidents but none of the victims required hospitalization. Beatrice Holder of Amoss get was hit by a car driven a James Howard White 17. Of Stanley Road about 4 05 p in As she was crossing e. Green drive at Taylor Street. White was charged with a Safe movement violation Iris Christensen passenger in a car driven by William Axel Christensen jr., 42. Of Worth Street was injured when her car and one driven by Sarah Worley Mckenzie of Lexington collided on the Surrett drive ramp at 1-85 about 5 11 is. Mckenzie was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Glenn Paul Mcvicker. 21, of was in in a two Ferndale Boulevard Jared about 7 57 car wreck on f Erndale at Council Street the other Driver was Eileen Elizabeth Hartsoe of Croyden Street. Mcvicker was charged with following too closely Verlie Mcleod Smith 71. Of Thomasville was injured when his car and one driven by Linda Teague Buchanon of Quaker Lane collided about 12 37 . On Quaker at Locke Street. Smith was charged with failure to yield the night of Way. Tax farm equipment livestock owned As of Jan. I. He pointed out the tax listing card seeks some Basic information on automobiles and that information must include whether or not the vehicle is air conditioned. He noted in instructions sent to each taxpayer that the Law allows exemptions of $300 a on any and All personal property and that this could include automobiles. He said that in order to secure a too per cent sound value for automobiles this year the tax department will use the january 1974, Southeastern edition of the Nada official used car guide Brooks said the tax listing Blank includes space for elderly persons those with birthdays on or before dec. 31, 1909 and those with disposable income including social Security payments was less than $5,000 to apply for Relief under a plan which allows exemptions of up to $5,000 for property they hold and use for personal purposes. He pointed out the Law has from Page 3a dogs and been broadened this year to include personal property As Well As real estate. Applications must be made by May i. The 1974 tax listing plan provides for some farm Forest or horticultural property to be assessed at its use value applications for this listing plan must be filed during the january listing time. Brooks also noted that some charitable and religious property has in the past been exempted from taxation when it qualified. He said the new Law requires that applications be filed each year during the january listing time otherwise the property will be taxed. A lip and save my a 7867 to of port All mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Kati Ray Bethel Smith Shipway ii m Cumby Zafiri Jeffrey Wade Coggins 4 i m Uri Kritik Floral Garden Park is Shay Henry Grady Jarrett j i m Highland i Nitro methodist Church score convenience when you a Tore Lummer garment at Sartin a Boa. Vault or Hanger service Cau for pick up a a bus 2101 no matter what the Label says. Everything dry cleans better i in .-.r2 Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service Tou Inrush to Cali 882-4161 drug pushers c All Day or night re Piort any facts to help identify a Pusher. Of Don t have to identify yourself and cads cannot by traced ll., i is. . Anti cleaners launderers 1670 English Tel 885-2101 alcohol a problem investigate a a Fellowship Hail a unique recovery facility a admitting men amp women a around the clock nursing care cau919-621-3381, or write to Boa 6928, Greensboro no 27405 Security guards equipped with two Way radio door Teal and night Walc stocks will protect Oil Davis patrol a watchman service 126 n. Main High Point n Coll 886-4025 health and chiropractic by or. . Chapt former president Lincoln chiropractic collage i have been told that i have a Quot slipped what is this and what should i do about it a. The term Quot slipped disc Quot refers to a herniation or bulging of the Cushion Between two spinal Vertebra. Try bed rest on a firm mattress. Use hot towels on the painful hip and leg. Refrain from bending the Back or prolonged sitting of your discomfort persists see your d Doctor of chiropractic for examination and a Public service of High Point chiropractic Assoc advice. O. I frequently awake in the morning with a Quot Crick Quot in my neck. It usually lasts Only a few hours but seems to be getting worse. What do you think is wrong a. You May Hove poor bed posture or be a headboard Tooler in your sleep. Try changing your Pillow of your problem continues consult your d Doctor of chiropractic for professional examination and advice. N new years eve special dinner set hats favors Uve band dancing salad bar baked potato beverage. $30.00 per couple dial 888-7907 and make reservations now located South main at 1-85 a Cavalier inn souse ii it i

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