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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 6, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ii deaths amp mrs. John Siceloff succumbs mrs. John c. Siceloff of 1104 n. Main St., died saturday at 9 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She was bom in deals Island md., a daughter of Charles j. H. And Elizabeth e. White Covington. She was educated in the Public school of Baltimore my. And came to High Point around 1909 As a Milliner with h. A. Moffitte a store. On sept. 21, 1910 she was married to John c. Siceloff in Baltimore my. He died March 3, 1954. She was charter member of the Wayside Garden club past president of the High Point Council of Garden clubs and was instrumental in organizing several Garden clubs loth White and Black. She organized the Midway Home and Garden club in Midway and was president of the Garden Council for three years in the 1940 s. She was a member of the Alexander Martin chapter of the daughters of the american revolution and held several offices in this organization. She was a member of the Virginia dare chapter of the daughters of the american colonists. She was a member of Emerywood country club a former member of the Catesby Bird club High Point woman club and the n. C. Society for the preservation of antiquities. She was a member of Wesley memorial United methodist Church a charter member of the women a society of Christian service and had served in various capacities of leadership for twelve years. Mrs. Siceloff was Leader of the children a missionary society of the Church. Surviving Are one daughter miss Helen Marie Siceloff of the Home and one son. W. C. Siceloff of 1039 Rockford re. Funeral will be held at 4 . Sunday in Wesley memorial United methodist Church Chapel by the Rev. Bernard r. Fitzgerald and the Rev. R. Delbert Byrum. Burial will be in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. The body was taken to the Home saturday afternoon where it will remain until placed in the Chapel thirty minutes before the funeral. The family requests that memorials be made to Wesley memorial United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. The family will see friends at Home. A Piedmont hearing Aid Center a Joo n main High Point Smeaton Moth main floor free parking Iris to Toilo phone 883 i b i 5 funerals mrs. Robertson Dies saturday mrs. Lula Wright Robertson 55. Of 407 w. Ray St., died unexpectedly at 5 . Saturday at her Home. She had been in declining health for several years. Mrs. Robertson was born Jan. 17, 1917, in High Point a daughter of Anderson Garfield and Camelia Wright. A lifelong resident of High Point she was married to Sherman Hayden Robertson on sept. 22, 1933. He died Maroa 5, 1964. She was employed at kiddie Tot hosiery until her retirement due to ill health. She was a member of first Wesleyan Church. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Raymond Carol Stanley 916 Grant St. And mrs. Patricia Ann Norman of the Home seven grandchildren two Sisters is. P. A. Kennedy and miss Margaret Wright both of 1009 Oakmont and four Brothers John Wright c. L. Wright and Tom Wright All of High Point and Paul Lamm of Carthage. Funeral will be held at 2 . Monday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. J. A. Grout. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. 13-year-old youth lost in mountains High Point Enterprise sunday february 6, 1972 a Cashiers no. A Rescue parties searched the rugged big Terrapin Mountain area about five Miles South Oft Cashiers saturday night for a 13-year-Oid boy who became lost while out walking with his father and several other persons. Jackson county Deputy sheriff Ben cabe said the group was walking a Mountain Trail around 2 . When they Dis covered the boy was missing. The Deputy said several Rescue squads and fire departments Are taking part in the search and were assisted until dark by helicopters and air planes. Cabe said the searchers continued the Hunt after dark walking through the heavily wooded area driving along the trails and building fires in the Hope the youth would come to one. Blue chips education places Trump cards in a Many a hands when he Oges out to play the game of life. The officer said fhe searchers were concerned about the boy having to spend the night out on the Mountain where the temperature was expected to drop into the teens during the night. A we assume he is dressed pretty warmly a cabe added. A a they left Home Early this morning when it was pretty meanwhile at Raleigh gov. Bob Scott authorized the mobilization of National guardsmen to help search for the boy beginning sunday morning if the boy is not found during the night. State adjutant Gen. Ferd Davis said he has called in National guard units from Sylva and Waynesville to join the search sunday morning. He said he expects from 50 to 75 guardsmen to take part. One Good Perm Sale deserves another. 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Sude Occam of High Point 14 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held 3 monday at Holloway s Baptist Church by the Rev. E. D. Roever and the Rev. Eugene b. Elmore. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at Davidson funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Sunday. Curtain Call rehearsal time for new years resolutions is Over now comes time for the real test. Ihm l�?~>72 Sechrest service i to of i Milton a a to 88? ?555 or 885 ? i 45 sunday o. Delk Smith 2 . Sterrett Chap a a William Clarence Sawyer i . Brentwood presbyterian Church a mrs. Mamie Kirkman Taylor 3 30 . Sechrest Chapel a mrs. John c. Siceloff a gift Steele and Vaughn Magna Vox Home entertainment Center now is the Best time to Purchase a magnificent Magna Vox. Because during this once a year event most Magna Vox models Are substantially Price reduced with truly significant savings save up to m50 on color stereo theatres. Up to Moi on Fine furniture color to. Up to m02 on stereo consoles. 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