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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday february 21,1974 deaths amp funerals i hey la do it every time a Erby e. Ward of Thomasville Thomasville Erby Eugene Ward 30, of 802 Culbreth ave. Died at Community general Hospital at to . Wednesday after being a patient at the Hospital for six hours. Death was attributed to a massive heart attack. He was born dec. 20. 1943, in Whiteville a son of Sylvester Ward and Ellen Thornton Ward. He was a fireman with the Thomasville City fire dept. He was a member of Southside Baptist Church and a member of the Young menus class of the sunday school. On sept. 19, 1961, he married Princess Watts who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are three daughters Fonda Angela and Kellie Ward All of the Home one son Erby Ward of the Home his father Sylvester Ward of Whiteville his Mother mrs. Ellen Garren of Thomasville three Sisters. Mrs. Carlene Byerly of High Point and mrs. Maryann Miller and mrs. Betty Walser. Both of Thomasville and two Brothers Benny Ward of Thomasville and Billy Wayne Ward of Pennsylvania. Funeral will be held at 4 30 . Saturday at Southside Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles Broome and the Rev. Edgar Christy. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at Siler funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday night from 7 until 9 and at the Home of Benny Ward Boggs Dairy Road. Thomasville City firemen will serve As Active and honorary pallbearers. Perlie r. Small Thomasville Perlie Ruffin Small 83. Of it. I. Trinity died today at 1 30 a in. At the Clapp nursing Home in Asheboro. He was bom in Randolph county March 3, 1890. A son of Bud and Martha Johnson Small. His wife Tura Loflin Small died in 1968. Surviving Are one son Fred Small of it. I Trinity two Sisters. Miss Dora Small of it. I Trinity and mrs. Sarona Lambeth of it. 2. Lexington two grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday at old pierces Chapel Church in Randolph county by elder Sam Atkins. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Siler funeral Home and the family will be there Friday night from 7 until 9. Mrs. Bertha Bailey Greensboro mrs. Bertha Bailey of 1002 Arvon or. Died wednesday in l Richardson Hospital. Survivors Are a son James Bailey of Portsmouth a. A stepdaughter mrs. Mabel we Addell of Greensboro a Stepson James Kelly Bailey of Philadelphia a. A sister mrs. Victoria lash of Greensboro and two Brothers Vann Johnson of Siler City and Ezekiel Johnson of Ramseur. The body is at Hargett funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave. S. J. Surrett funeral for Steven Jesse Surrett will be held at 2 . Friday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Donnie Lunsford. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Or. Surrett 55, of it. I Jamestown died wednesday at 4 . At his Home. Mrs. Jeannie Deatherage Thomasville funeral for mrs. Jeannie Rose Billings Deatherage 46. Of Amazon Road will be held at la . Friday at j. C. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. Charles f. Broome. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 and at the Home. Mrs. Deatherage died tuesday at Community general Hospital. Or. B. B. Mcdade Burlington or. Brodie Banks Mcdade. 80, a retired Burlington general practitioner of 325 Glenwood ave., died wednesday in Duke Hospital after three Days of illness. Or. Mcdade practice Medicine in Burlington Between 1929 and his retirement in 1968. He had practice Medicine for 40 years. He was a graduate of Oak Ridge military Institute and did pre medical work at the University of North Carolina. He received the my degree from the University of Maryland and did postgraduate work at Columbia University. During world War i he served in the . Army medical corps and during world War la was a lieutenant in the civil air patrol. He was a member of first presbyterian Church of Burlington the kiwanis club and a Mason. He was past president of the North Carolina Orchid society and a member of the american Orchid society. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Nellie Hudson Mcdade two daughters mrs. Robert p. Stutts of Greensboro and mrs. Zolly l. Bowden of Fayetteville a son Millard b. Mcdade of Burlington two Sisters mrs. Ralph Compton of Cedar Grove and mrs. Minnie Mcbroom of hurdle Mills and three Brothers Wessie g. Mcdade of Richmond va., Paul Mcdade of High Point and Milton Mcdade of Mebane. Memorial contributions May be made to the simmers crippled children s Hospital at Greenville . Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday at Rich amp Thompson Chapel by the Rev. Clyde Stanfield. Burial will be in Pine Hill cemetery. Mrs. Cranford is dead at 77 Thomasville mrs. Lela Cook Cranford 77, widow of a. W. Cranford and a resident of 921 Lake or. West died today at 1 15 . In Community general Hospital following one year of declining health and after being a patient in the Hospital for two weeks. She was born in Davidson county sept. 2, 1896, a daughter f. M. And Mary Smith Cook and lived most of her life in Thomasville. She was a member of seventh Day adventist Church of High Point. Her husband died in 1951. Surviving Are one son Hayden Cranford of the Home two Sisters mrs. Cleta Chandler of Charlotte and mrs. Freeze Loflin of Asheboro three Brothers june Cook Clayton and Ross Cook All of Denton and one grandson. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At j. C. Green amp sons Chapel by the Rev. Dale Culbertson. Burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The family will be at the Home and at the funeral Home Friday night from 7 until 9. Mrs. Birdis Smith Siler City mrs. Sadie Clark Smith 68, of it. I Staley died tuesday in Chatham Hospital after several years of failing health. She was a native of Moore county and a member of Community Baptist Church. Survivors Are her husband Birdis Smith two Sisters mrs. Mary Jane Andrews of Lexington and mrs. Jennie Lee Smith of Siler City and two Brothers Ervin Clark of Graham and Jimmie Clark of Haw River. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday at Community Baptist Church by the Rev. J. M. James. Burial will be in Chatham memorial Park. The body is at Smith amp Buckner funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. . Willard Lexington c r. Willard. 70. Of route 4. Died wednesday at his Home. He was a native of Forsyth county and was a retired Farmer. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Annie Lee Leonard Willard and a brother. Curtis Willard of it. To. Winston Salem. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Davidson funeral Home. L. R. Burgess Greensboro Lamar Reid Burgess 81, of route 8, died tuesday in Moses Cone Hospital. He was a native of Iredell county and a retired painting contractor. He was the Grandfather of mrs. Joe Johnston or. Of Greensboro and Jim r. Harris of Randleman. There Are no immediate survivors. Funeral was to be held at 3 . Today at Bunch funeral Home Chapel in Statesville. Burial was to be in Oakwood cemetery. Henry g. Wilson Lexington a funeral for Henry g. Wilson 71, of Lexington will be held at 2 . Friday at Green Needles Baptist Church. Burial will be in Hughes Grove Baptist Church cemetery. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Or. Wilson died wednesday in a Hickory nursing Home. Pump your tobacco Rutan try mine wait Llya taste this read the Enterprise classified ads tomorrow is really our look at the kind of Money available to you really the size of the loan depends on How much you can k repay each month and All we look for Are signs that you re Able to handle it like your budget Book. Or paycheck stub. I Check the Chart. Then phone f and Tell us How much you want. Amount financed no. Of monthly payments amount of monthly payments total of payments $2,000 36 $ 69.33 $2,495.88 $3,000 36 $104.00 $3,744 of $5,000 60 $11895 $7,137.00 annual percentage rate 15% Friday Only to . To . Vto0d stools $022 he. Accident and health insurance available not included in above figures phone now for number one service 36&Quot High Reg. $3.33 one Day Only Lindy pens by Bic 010 regular a j 3 for is of one Day Only Flowers Bunch $1 22 Reg. $1.66 one Day Only Bunch to Poco Toure number one it in m n till i. Mortgage and loan company across from the old Enterprise bldg. 306 North main St. High Point . Jerry Ridenhour mgr. Phone 882-3381 panty Hose slightly irregular Small average tall extra tall Coats amp Clark red heart win tuck great Scott what a Lawn 882-2555 885-2145 Quot i a t Ion Al a in it to / morticians thursday mrs. Lessie Montgomery Henderson 2 p a Sechrest Chapel i Hiday Steven Jesse Surrett j Sechrest Chepel mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Scotts super turf builder a High nitrogen feeding makes Southern lawns thrive a Long lasting results due to prolonged feeding action a contains Plant available Iron to Correct yellowing Iron Chlorosis 22 knitting yarn Reg. $1.00 skein Earl Bird specials save $2 7,500 soft save $1 on 5,000 soft ias5 12.95 9.95 for a stronger summer Lawn. Feed now and again in the Spring High Point hardware 239 South main St. Phone 882-3327 open monday Friday 8 am 5 30 pm saturday 8 am til i pm 17 214 66 while they last one Day Only skein Stock up now hurry Supply limited oni Day Only dinner plates two patterns to choose from 3 i while they last one Day Only a squeeze Catsup Mustard dispensers Reg 88 value 22 hurry one Day kerosene lamps 22 our regular $2.00 value Only $1 y limited Supply a just for Sale hurry one Day Only Jig saw puzzles Reg. 77 amp 88 22 each Friday Only hurry for be to Choice special closeout deluxe Hoplite fixtures completely wired ready to hang Chain amp Hooks 2 fluorescent lamps wide reflectors to Shine Light in any direction Ideal for garage play rooms work shops Only 24&Quot Long a regular $8.66 value Only 5 to sell one Day Only 5 to sell 2 20 Watt bulbs Only 5 to sell 48&Quot Long 2-40 Watt bulbs regular $1 1.66 value each i Only 5 to sell each limit one fixture per customer 3 22 >-40 Watt pc $6 22 one Day Only we have Many Many More Good everyday values to choose from make every Day your Dollar Day at the one Dollar store prices in this and Good Friday Only hurry shop Early none sold to dealers we we Reserve the right to limit quantities Corner Westchester at English Road next to Quot Public wholesale Quot 12 31 4

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