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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday february la 1974 deaths amp funerals a. F. Campbell of Jamestown death claims mrs. Terrell g. E. Patterson of Thomasville George Everett Patterson 61, of 611 Everett Lane died at 6 sunday at his Home. He had been in declining health for two months and critically ill for two Days. Or. Patterson was born april is 1912, in High Point a son of George Byron and Sarah key Patterson. A lifelong resident of High Point he was educated in High Point City schools and was married nov. 24. 1937, to Rena Crutchfield. For 27 years he had been employed at Carolina Springs corp. He was a member of first Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Rena c. Patterson of the Home two daughters mrs. Kenneth Ann Cannon of it 5. High Point and mrs. Donald Nancy Myers of it. 3, Trinity one son. Rev. G t. Tom Patterson of Asheboro seven grandchildren and four Sisters. Mrs. . Ruth Martinez of Albany Calif., mrs. We Elizabeth Vallio of Pensacola. Fla., mrs. Cd. A Hart of 501 Forrest St. And mrs. Pav. It Lena Godfrey of 1423 Heathcliff. Funeral will be held at 2 pm tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Lester l. Ferguson or. Alfred l. Miller and the Rev. John Haas. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be Al the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. W. M. Boles William Madison Boles. 78. A former resident of Julian Avenue in Thomasville died unexpectedly sunday afternoon at 3 15 shortly after his arrival at the Effingham Hospital. Springfield of a heart attack. He had been living with his daughter in Savannah. For the past several months. A he was born in Stokes county june 14, 1895 a son of or. And mrs. David Andrew Boles. He was married to Stella Agnes Rutledge who died in 1954. He was a member of the Southgate Baptist Church in Thomasville. Prior to his retirement he was employed by the North state veneer co. In Thomasville. Surviving Are two sons David Andrew Boles of Thomasville and Harvey Gray Boles of Winston Salem four daughters mrs. Eunice Hunter of Savannah ga., mrs Ruby White of Wrightsville Beach. Estelle Clodfelter of Kernersville and Violet Stewart of Winston Salem and 27 grandchildren funeral will be held in the Harold c. Davis funeral Home wednesday at la a in graveside services will be held at the Rosebud Baptist Church cemetery near Walnut Cove at 2 wednesday. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night from 7 until 9. Thomasville mrs. Minnie Alice Barringer Terrell 85, of it. I Thomasville widow of Emmett t. Terrell died sunday evening in the Haven nursing and convalescent Home following an extended illness. Mrs. Terrell was bom in Bennettsville s.c., oct. 2, 1888, a daughter of Daniel Monroe and Alice Ann Barringer and had made her Home with her daughter mrs. Hill for the past 30 years. She was a member of West end United methodist Church. On Jan. 5, 1910, she was married to or. Terrell who died april 8. 1948 surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Reid Marie Hill of route i and mrs. Robert Evelyn Shelton of Long Beach two Sisters. Mrs. Edd Simmington of Greensboro and mrs. Bryant Shaffer of Madison two Brothers Henry and Jess Barringer both of Greensboro five grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held tuesday at 2 pm at West end United methodist Church by the Rev. Paul m. Dennis burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons funeral Home until placed in the Church the hour of the service the family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs Hill on old Greensboro Road and at the funeral Home monday from 7 until 9. H a. Johnson Sanford a Herman Wiley Johnson. 78. Of route 7, died saturday at his Home. He was a member of St. Andrews presbyterian Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Eunice Kelly Johnson two Brothers j r. And Alson Johnson. Both of it. 2, Cameron three Sisters. Mrs. Alma Seawell of High Point mrs Eunice Hessick of Washington and mrs. Verna j Minnick of Whiteville. A. And two Stepsons. Bob Measamer of Fayetteville and Frank Measamer of Robin son Viust. Funeral was to be held at 3 today at St. Andrew s presbyterian Church by the Rev. James Sample. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. A. D. Smith Asheboro Alton Dempsey Smith 46, of Asheboro died saturday in Randolph Hospital after a Short illness. He was a member of Cedar Falls United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. June neighbors Smith a son. Richard Alan Smith of Asheboro his father Emery Smith of Cedar Falls and two Brothers j. V. Smith of High Point and Bill Smith of Charlotte funeral was to be held at 2 . Today at Cedar Falls United methodist Church by the Rev. Ervin Hauser. Burial was to be in Randolph memorial Park. Who a who answer to previous Puzzle Andrew Felix Campbell 70, of 106 Lee St. Jamestown was dead on arrival at 9 . Sunday in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for one and one half years. Or. Campbell was born june la. 1903 in Guilford county a son of Marion and Mattie Kimbro Campbell. A lifelong resident of Jamestown he was married dec. 23, 1927, to Ruth Mcgehee. He was a Salesman for the Lawrence Mcfadden co., Philadelphia pa., and was of the methodist Faith. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ruth a Campbell of the Home one son Jerry Campbell of Greensboro two Sisters. Mrs. . Evona Parnell of Fayetteville and mrs. William Marie Weir of Jamestown and one brother. W. C let us Campbell of Jamestown. Funeral will be held at 3 30 pm. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Emmett e. Hiatt and the Rev. Ernest m. Gardner. Burial will be in mrs. B w. Manley mrs. Emma Teague Manley. 74. A former resident of the Astor dowdy towers. Died in the Wesley nursing Center in Charlotte sunday night. She was born in High Point sept. 8. 1899. A daughter of Walter and Clara Andrews Teague she was married to Benton w. Manley who died nov. 20. 1969. She was a member of the Calvary United methodist Church. Surviving Are a son. Bill Manley of Albany. A a daughter mrs Charlie Wanda King of Charlotte three Sisters Are. Beulah Martin of Charlotte. Mrs. Robert Winnie Parker of Mooresville and mrs. Willie Thomas of Charleston. S c and three grandchildren. Funeral will be held in the Calvary United methodist Church tuesday at 2 30 . By the Rev. C w. Russell. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. J. L. Dozark 111 Asheboro a John Louis Dozark Iii 22. Of 123 Anchor or died saturday in High Point memorial Hospital from injuries received in an automobile Accident Jan 31. He was a native of Seattle wash., and had been in Asheboro for four months employed by the Stuart manufacturing co surviving Are his Mother mrs. Doris j. Dozark of Reno Nev. A son. Robert John Dozart of Seattle two Sisters mrs. Gail Zeller of appalachian n y., and mrs Rayla near of Seattle and three Brothers Garry Dozark of Ramseur and James Dozark and Wayne master John both of Seattle. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is being sent to Washington for the funeral. Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. J. G. Hitchcock is dead at 36 Mclean. A. John g. Hitchcock 36, a prominent area financial consultant died at his Home feb. 5, after an extended illness. A son of Grady c. Hitchcock who was reared on a farm in the Oak View area of High Point. N.c., he was also a Nephew of Homer v. Hedgecock and mrs. Blanche h. Owen of High Point. Or. Hitchcock was instrumental in the founding of several financial institutions in Northern Virginia including Eastland capital corporation a Small business investment company. Community savings and loan association and the National Bank of Rosslyn of which he served As president and Board chairman at the age of 26. The National Bank of Rosslyn has since been merged into the Bank of Viromia Potomac. A native of Arlington he was graduated from Washington Lee High school attended Virginia polytechnic Institute and received his degree in economics from George Washington University. Following graduation he was employed by the securities and Exchange commission As a financial analyst. He was selected for inclusion in the 1966 edition of Quot outstanding Young men of America he is survived by his wife. Ann h. Hitchcock and five sons. John. Thomas Kenneth Andrew and Alan. Funeral was held saturday at Trinity presbyterian Church in Arlington with burial in Stonewall memorial gardens in Manassas mrs. Pearl Connor Greensboro mrs. Pearl Bennett Connor 86, of 509 n. Cedar St. Died saturday in evergreens nursing Home. She was a member of the women s society and the Eastern Star and a native and lifelong resident of Guilford county. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Herman Robbins of Greensboro and mrs. Norman Amos and mrs. Frank Laposa both of St. Louis to. Two stepdaughters. Mrs Margaret Caviness of Myrtle Beach s.c., and mrs. Arnold Nail of Georgia a son. Paul l. Bennett of Lompoc Calif. Two Stepsons Clyde Connor and Joe Connor both of High Point three Sisters. Mrs. Ira Mae Mathis of Savannah. Ga., mrs Elizabeth Johnson of Charlotte and mrs. Harvey Bailey of Stokesdale and a brother. J. Frank Rumley of Stokesdale funeral was to be held at 3 30 . Today at mount Pisgah United methodist Church by the Rev. Hon Overcash and the Rev. G. E White. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. From Page in Asheboro said that last month after he had met the too per cent requirements for priority customers he had no Accident from Page in two Sisters mrs. Anne Marsh Lucas of 322 Ottery or. And mrs. James i. Mildred Groome of 900 Arbordale or. Two Brothers Everett h. Marsh of 900 Johnson St. And George m. Marsh of ii Rockford Road. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today in Sechrest Chapel by or. Bernard r. Fitzgerald and or. R. Delbert Byrum. Burial was to be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. Pallbearers were to be Floyd Ennis Joe Forcum Herb Clapp . Hiatt Ron Bowen and Bill Mcdowell. The family requests that memorials be made to boys Home at Lake acc maw or to the Charity of ones Choice rather than to the funeral. Priority gasoline left for some of his service station customers. He expressed concern that this situation is common among jobbers Over the state and will become More acute this month. And he lamented the Lack of data and machinery with which to administer the new mandatory program. Quot it is impossible for us to know or even guess How much or fuel Oil a Farmer used any one month of the year Quot he said. And he said that the same situation exists where municipalities Purchase the gasoline for emergency units in the same contract that purchases for the no priority users. Pugh said in a prepared release that a a the Federal governments voluntary plan in 1973 was much More realistic and satisfactory to the thousands of Petroleum users across the nation a provided wholesalers served by suppliers that have withdrawn from the Market could be accommodated a Mizell and most were provided products in 1973. He urged that motorists who Are Quot fed up with the Long lines Quot to notify their congressmen and senators that the new mandatory program is inoperative and causing More ills than it cures a at Lions Archdale the Archdale Trinity Lions will not meet tonight but will meet instead on feb. 18 for their annual ladies night program. The annual ladies night program will be held at the Thomasville woman a club at 15 Elliott Street Thomasville beginning at 6 45 . From Page i by none of these did he disclose his plans but he did not discourage the notion he might seek the higher office. If Mizell had run for the Senate he would probably have had the support of Many republicans in the state. But Sim a. Delapp a Davidson Man Long influential in the cop did not favor Mizelle a candidacy for the Senate for fear of the party a losing the fifth District seat. A native of vinegar Bend ala., Mizell graduated from Public schools in Mississippi. 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Adjust camber Caster Tow in Check Complete suspension so a. $9.50 tune up now As j a a 0 no a a a a i j a a 4 Sot Pirn Poe. Set a a0 is tit vet i choke a cock pcs and us. Special >31.50 includes All Tabor amp plugs Points amp condenser or performance engine slightly a Gher we will Wash your car with either special free of charge. Southern Chrysler Plymouth inc. 901 South main Street Tell someone you care with a Valentine love line. Here s All you do just Complete and mail the Coupon in this and to classified advertising High Point Enterprise High Point n. C. Or come by our office at 210 Church St. No last names. First names or a nicknames or general references Only. All ads must be a d for in Advance be sure to state size you wish your and to be. Ads must be in by feb. 12th. All and copy subject to screening by our copy control desk. Actual samples of Valentine love lines to Idolet you Hove ban end always will be the one and Only True Valentine of mine. Love daddy to Louise i love your typing and your mashed potatoes but i love you even More Happy Valentine s Day. Love Fluffy. To Richie g. I love you and i always will. Happy Volentine s Day. Love Diane to Alice i love you now and always will Valentine. All my love Zach be my to Nick m. The Mon i married love to you today and for always. Your wife Corol to my Dearest Russell the love of my life i ii love you always. From your Loving Sweet wife sugar to Jay to love is one thing to be loved another. But to love and be loved it everything. All my love forever Betty. To Roseann my wonderful wife i love you forever. Bob cup this Coupon amp mail it today include Check or Money order for amounts shown below. 3 it Inch-2.00 1 Inch-�?T3.00 2 Inch-4.00 Enterprise 3 it Inch-2.00 1 Inch-3.00 2 Inch-4.00 1009 885-2177

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