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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 25, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday february 25,1974 deaths and funerals candidates from Page in Randolph from Page in death claims mrs. Annie Eure mrs. Bridges mrs. Williams is dead at 88 is dead at 97 mrs. Clemmie Smith Williams 80, of lambs nursing Home in High Point died sunday at High Point memorial Hospital after an extended illness. She was a native and lifelong resident of Guilford county. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Georgia h. Flintom and mrs. Eloise h. Roberts and a sister mrs. Marjorie Kent All of Greensboro. The family will be at the Home of mrs. Flintom 120 w. Green court and at the for Bis amp Dick North Elm Street Chapel from 7 to 9 . Today. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Tuesday at Forbis amp Dick North Elm Street Chapel by the Rev. Adrian Harris or. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park. Mrs. Hazel Tatro Greensboro mrs. Hazel Tatro in charge of the . Weather service office and meteorologist at the regional Airport for seven years died saturday in a Blountville Tenn. Hospital. She was a native of Bridgeport neb. Mrs. Tatro joined the first class of enlisted Waves during world War ii and was assigned to weather school. After her Navy tour she joined the National weather service and was associated with stations in Wyoming. Nebraska. Wilmington and Columbia. S.c., and Winston Salem where she was the first woman to head a weather service unit. In 1965 the triad area weather service operations were merged bringing mrs. Tatro to Greensboro. She left Greensboro in the Spring of 1972 for Bristol Tenn., where she took charge of a weather surveillance radar installation atop Holston Mountain near Blountville. Surviving Are her husband Leland Tatro two daughters. Mary Ellen and Wanda Tatro and three sons Edward James and Russell Tatro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 a Drift / Tiv mini to Kasday i National / Cereo / morticians mrs. Emma Groce Bridges am Cool Springs Bartut Church Sanford n Mrs. Rose Mills Saunders 2pm so vary i episcopal Church mrs. Annie Elizabeth Preyer Eure. 88, died sunday night at High Point memorial Hospital after an illness of about two weeks. Mrs. Eure wife of the late n. L. Eure was born in Cleveland Ohio and grew up in Greensboro. She taught in the Guilford county Public schools and was for Many years a dietitian at Vick chemical co. She was a member of West Market Street United methodist Church and had been a resident of the presbyterian Home in High Point since 1960. She was a sister of the late w. Y. Preyer or. Of Greensboro and the late a. T. Preyer or. Of Southern Pines. Memorial contributions May be made to the presbyterian Home or to West Market Street methodist Church. Graveside service will be held at noon tuesday at Green Hill cemetery by the Rev. Earl k. Gibson. The family will be at the Home of William y. Preyer jr., 700 Dover rd., Greensboro. L. H. Perry Myrtle Beach s Lemuel h. Perry 71, of 404 66th ave. North died sunday in a Myrtle Beach Hospital. He was a native of Chatham county ., and had lived in Myrtle Beach for the past 14 years. He was a Veteran of world War ii. He was retired from the . Postal service and was a charter member and past president of the retirement club of the grand strand. He was a member of Myrtle Beach masonic Lodge no. 353 of amp am. He was a member of the vow. He was a member and Deacon of Ocean View Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Alice Jackson Perry of Myrtle Beach two Sisters mrs. Grover h. Jones of High Point ., and mrs. Rester Tolar of red Springs And two Brothers e. C. Perry of Selma ., and Garland Perry of Sanford Funeral was to be held at to . Today at Ocean View Baptist Church. Burial was to be at 3 . At Cross Hill cemetery in Carthage Miss Catherine Cameron Sanford miss Catherine Isabell Cameron 60, died sunday in the a Hospital in Durham. She was a retired it. Commander in the . Navy. She was a member of Cyprus presbyterian Church. Surviving Are two Sisters mrs d. W. Wicker of Sanford and mrs. Roy w. Gladden of High Point and two Brothers Melvin Cameron of Gastonia and George Cameron of Cameron. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday in Cyprus presbyterian Church by the Rev. John Foy and the Rev. W. A. Brown. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Emma Groce Bridges 97, of lambs nursing Home died at 9 . Sunday in lambs nursing Home where she had been a patient for nine years. Mrs. Bridges was born August 21, 1876, in Lee county a daughter of Thomas and Lydia Green Groce. A resident of High Point for 20 years coming Here from Sanford she was a widow of James Wesley Bridges. He died in 1935. She was a member of the Cool Springs Baptist Church Sanford. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Permelia b. Brewer of 702 Mon lieu and mrs. Coleene b. Mentz of Richmond a. To grandchildren four great grandchildren five great great grandchildren and one sister mrs. George Ashby of Raleigh. Funeral will be held at la tuesday in Cool Springs Baptist Church Sanford by the Rev. Gerald Bridges. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body remains 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 8 30. D. Frank Miller Thomasville d. Frank Miller 74, of it. I Trinity died in Randolph memorial Hospital today at 3 10 . He had been in declining health for five years and critically ill two Days. He was born in Randolph county March 31, 1899, a son of Alexander Miller and Jane Kindley Miller. He was a Farmer and a member of pleasant Grove United methodist Church. He was married nov. To 1923, to miss Gertie Barrett. Survivors include his wife mrs. Gertie Barrett Miller of the Home five daughters mrs. Albert Dorothy Kindley of it. 3, Trinity mrs. Joe jewel Dunn and mrs. Frank Carol Briles both of it. I Trinity mrs. Herman Maxine Gordon of it. 2, Lexington and Carl Hazel Bickens of Asheboro two sons Franklin and Paul Miller both of Thomasville four Sisters mrs. Mamie Warner of Thomasville mrs. Sally Hill of Graham mrs. Maude Pierce and mrs. Annie Pierce both of it. I Trinity 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 4 . Wednesday at pleasant Grove United methodist Church by the Rev. Luther Harris. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Siler funeral Home and the family will be there tuesday night from 7 until 9 and at the Home of a daughter mrs. Joe Dunn it. I Trinity. Mrs. Carrie Dix of Thomasville Thomasville mrs. Carne Sylvester Dix 84, of 1019 Blair St. Died at Community general Hospital sunday at 6 45 . Following three and one half months illness. Mrs. Dix was bom in Danville va., August 15, 1889, a daughter of Thomas and Amanda Hall Dix and had lived in Davidson county for the past 15 years. She was the oldest member of Calvary Temple Baptist Church. Surviving Are one daughter miss Mary Dix of Danville a. One son Claude Dix of the Home one sister mrs. Lillie Jones of Danville a. One brother Linwood Dix of Graham five grandchildren and two great Granich i Loren. Funeral will be held tuesday at 4 . In . Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. D w. Long. Burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery. The family will be at the Home and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. G. W. Mecimore or. Welcome George w. Mecimore sr., 72, died saturday at Pellcore nursing Home in Hickory. He was a native of Taylorsville and was a retired Farmer and a retired employee of Kroehler furniture manufacturing co. He attended Center United methodist Church. Survivors Are son George w. Mecimore or. Of Welcome and a brother de Mecimore of Salisbury. The family will be at Piedmont funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Center United methodist Church in Welcome. Mrs. Dora Cox Ramseur mrs. Dora Williams Cox 81, of route 2, died sunday at Randolph Hospital. She was a member of Parks Crossroads Christian Church. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Alton Cox of route 2 two sons Howard Cox of Camden sc., and Elvin Cox of Ramseur a brother Wesley Williams of Liberty and two Sisters mrs. Ollie Burgess of Staley and mrs. Bella Mccowan of Greensboro. The family will be at the Loflin funeral Home in Ramseur tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 4 . Tuesday at Parks Crossroads Christian Church by the Rev. Jimmy Turner and the Rev. Franklin Pierce. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Monday mrs. Annie Pearl Huffman Morton 2 . Calvary Church of Nazarene Charlie 3 30 Cumby Chapel watch your fat go lose ugly excess weight with the sensible new fat go diet plan. Nothing sensational just steady weight loss for those that really want to lose. A full 12 Day Supply Only $3,00. Ask drug store about the fat go reducing plan and Start losing weight this week. Money Back in full if not completely satisfied with weight loss from the very first package. Don t delay get fat go today. Only $3.00 at Mann drugs mrs. Lucy Foster Asheboro a funeral for mrs. Lucy Irene Foster 85, of 344 w. Ward St., who died saturday will be held at la . Tuesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel. Graveside services will be held at 3 . At Clarkton cemetery in Clarkton. Do All your shopping at one location Juiest Chestr off my out to 30 pal 2 Manley Lewis of Greensboro Robinsonjr. Of Greensboro. State House seven seats Mcleansville. County commissioners two seats a democrats Richard Routh of a democrats Henry Frye Greensboro b. A. Hall of of Greensboro incumbent Greensboro Zoe Barbee of Charles Webb of Greensboro Greensboro Archie Hill of incumbent. Tom Sawyer of it. 2, Brown Summit Gaston Greensboro incumbent Faison of Greensboro l. Charlie Phillips of Greensboro incumbent Mark Short of Greensboro and Irene Hill of Greensboro Tom Gilmore of Julian incumbent Mark Mcdaniel or. Of High Point Leo Heer of High Point and Roxie Hobson of Greensboro republicans Margaret Keesee of Greensboro incumbent Odell Payne of Greensboro incumbent Kenneth Furr of Jamestown Lucille Schwartz of Greensboro Vernon Hart of Greensboro David Maas of High Point Lonnie revels of Greensboro and Thomas Hilliard of it. I mrs. Annie Stinnett Asheboro a mrs. Annie Abbott Stinnett 80, of 221 Greenvale re. Died at her Home sunday. Survivors Are a daughter mrs. Ann s. Nelson of the Home and three sons Charles r. Stinnett of Buchanan va., Luther Stinnett of Bristol Tenn., and h. Ray Stinnett of Orlando Fla. The body will be taken from the Ridge funeral Home to the radar funeral Home in Buchanan today. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Gas crunch from Page in tanks will be in place Early enough in the summer to be of use in storing fuel for next Winter. With the additional tanks High Point s schools have the capacity of storing almost a years Supply of heating fuel. The Board also approved installation of a gasoline storage tank and pump system if feasible for servicing maintenance equipment and Driver training vehicles. The schools have priority for purchasing gasoline but have no Means of storage. Purchases Are made from commercial retailers and during the present shortage this makes supplies somewhat Uncertain despite the priority status of schools. Your precious old photographs copied and restored a no Molter about Oge or condition faded print restored background removed in Corona color Gold urn or Opol tone nut accent on Quality c o i legs a llbge8t652 big big results Are yours with Enterprise want ads for fast results Call 885-2177 Russell Clark of Jamestown James r. Landreth of Greensboro republicans Dale Montgomery of High Point incumbent Percy Sears of Greensboro incumbent John Hawkins of Greensboro mrs. Evelyn Crutchfield of it. 3 Greensboro w. H. Anderson of Greensboro Don Hubbard of High Point. Sheriff one seat a democrats Paul Gibson of Greensboro incumbent. H. Hennis of it. 7, Greensboro Donnie state of Greensboro Republican h. Frank Powers of Greensboro. Clerk of Superior court one Post a democrats Joseph Shore of Greensboro incumbent republicans William trevarrow of Greensboro. County school Board two seats a Howard Carr of Greensboro incumbent. Vance Pegram of Summerfield incumbent and Ogden Deal of it. 2 Mcleansville Walter l. Salmon of Greensboro Ray Bellow of Jamestown. City from Page in dealers meeting sunday was the provision in the City code. Prohibiting Large Tanker Claude Mckinney or. And trucks from transporting acc a 1>u�fl Quot a a both fuel inside the City limits Asheboro and Gilbert r. While fully loaded. Current Davis of it. 2, Randleman. A restrictions prohibit More the 16th state Senate than 5,500 Gallons per truck which involves ran inside the City limits Dolph Moore Chatham and purportedly for reasons of Orange counties has five safety democrats and Only one . Mitchell of Oak View Republican. Mobil on North main pointed out that stations with Large underground storage facilities could have their tanks filled with fewer trips by the bigger trucks if the restriction were lifted thus reducing the risk of a major Accident. Mitchell also suggested that the City Council May have imposed the limitation to protect station operators from being undersold by High volume competitors and not to prevent a catastrophic explosion. But mayor Paul Clapp said he had conferred with the fire chief . Thompson about a temporary repeal of the restriction. He said Thompson was a very leery a of any change in the Rule. Clapp said the Council would consider the matter however. Police it. . Boyd also at the meeting recommended that police escorts be provided for tankers with loads exceeding current limits should the restriction be lifted. Neither of the two incumbents . Colemanjr. Of Hillsborough or William Saunders of Southern Pines Are seeking re election. Democrats running for the two seats include Russell Walker of Asheboro Charles Vickery and Carl m. Smith both of Chapel Hill and David Monroe of Aberdeen and Republican de Tinney of Chapel Hill. Woman from Page in some meat were stolen from his Home after thieves broke a Glass in the Back door. Louise Lloyd Johnson of Redding Street said food Worth $4 was taken after someone entered her unlocked House. Delores Thompson of Franklin Street said she returned Home sunday afternoon and found that the screen on a Kitchen window had been Cut. She said nothing was missing. Save he. To when of happens to ?3 4 i thought we were getting a garage. Sta. 3 22t 4 now we re parking the car in my laundry room. When we had modern extra room look Over the exteriors build our garage Model garages at modern we knew it would add to exteriors. Then use you our property value. And imagination. Be perfect for the car. A a a a a a now with Gas in Short Supply we re spending More time at Home. And the extra room is really great. This is my laundry room and Toms workshop. Of you could use some modern exteriors we re building a reputation. 5815 High Point Road i mile South of Pilot life / Greensboro n. C. / Telephone 294-5000 open sundays from i to 6 . Imp

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