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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 1, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A it a 2b High Point Enterprise tuesday january 1,1974 deaths amp funerals Bodenheimer funeral set % Thomasville mrs. Alma Swaim Bodenheimer 91, widow of Charles m. Bodenheimer and resident of 400 Cox ave., died monday at 11 30 . In Community general Hospital. She had been in declining health for the past year and a patient in the Hospital for two weeks. She was born in Thomasville feb. 9. 1882, a daughter of Samuel a. And Mary Jane Turner Swaim and was a life Long resident of Thomasville. Mrs. Bodenheimer was the last surviving charter member of Unity United methodist Church. She was a member of the Dolly Stone Bible class and a life member of the women society of Christian service. On july 20, 1904, she was married to or. Bodenheimer who died april 23, 1963. Surviving Are six daughters mrs. Zack Evelyn Taylor of Lexington mrs. Eleanor Tillotson of Denton mrs. J. O. Kathleen Branson of fair Grove mrs. Lois Russell of 14 fifth ave., mrs. Robert Eloise Hundley of the Home and mrs. Max Nancy Wright of 311 Culbreth ave. Two sons Cyril c. Bodenheimer of 311 Culbreth ave. And c. M. Bodenheimer or. Of 701 Willow More ave. One Sisters mrs. O. F. Clodfelter of 402 Kern Street two Brothers Charles d. Swaim of 1008 Blair St. And William h. Swaim of 1217 Blair St. 21 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held wednesday at 2 . At Unity United methodist Church by the Rev. Wilbur a. Jarrett and the Rev. John k. Miller. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 and at the Home. The family requests that memorials be directed to the United United methodist Church building fund j. H. Moffitt Asheboro a Jack Henry Moffitt 55. Of 1204 e. Salisbury St. Died monday in a Hospital Durham. Or. Moffitt was a native of Randolph county and worked As a hair stylist. He was an army Veteran of world War ii and a Mason. Survivors Are three Sisters mrs Lola Jones of Asheboro. Mrs. Fonnie Burke of Palm Bay fla., and mrs. Lucy Lewis of Conway . And two Brothers. Grady Moffitt of Orlando fla., and j. D. Moffitt of Tallahassee. Fla funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Pugh funeral Home. T. G. Oglesby or. Funeral for Thomas g. Oglesby or. Will be held wednesday at 2 . At Bethlehem Baptist Church by the Rev. J. W. Reed. Burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until the funeral hour and the family will be at the Chapel tonight from 7 to 8. Funeral and burial was previously announced for Gaffney s. C. Mrs. Lessie e. Flowe mrs. Lessie e. Anthony Flowe Quot of 219 Underhill St. Died saturday at 4 . In Duke Hospital Durham following hospitalization of nine weeks and declining health of six months. Mrs. Flowe a daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth Taylor Anthony was born in Durham but had been a resident of High Point since 1937. She was a retired teacher in the High Point schools having taught school Here for Over 30 years. She was a member of St. Stephen . Zion Church and a member of progressive Circle i. Other club affiliations included the High Point chapter Delta Sigma Theta sorority Alpha Art club i Boron a . Club. Silhouette of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity Tsungani Bridge club member of Board of directors Central Owca member of Bethune Branch . And National retired teachers Assn. Survivors include her husband David . Flowe of the Home two Sisters mrs. Lovey Mccoy of Durham and mrs. Etta Crutchfield of Sanford and one brother Edward Anthony of Pittsburgh. Calif. Funeral will be thursday at 4 . At St. Stephen ame Zion Church by the Rev. G. Ray Coleman. Burial Wip be in Carolina biblical card n. The body will remain at the i Haizlip funeral Home until place d in the Church 30 minutes prior to funeral. The family will be at the funeral Chapel wednesday from 7 to 9 . Sylvester Diggs of Thomasville mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Wednesday Claude Lawrence Culler pm i Unity Chapt since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 Thomasville Sylvester Diggs. 52, of Barnwell Street Thomasville died monday at 4 . In Hill top rest Home following three years of declining health. He was born Jan. I. 1921, in Anson county a son of the late Lester and Clara Diggs and had been a resident of Thomasville for 18 years. He was a Veteran of world War ii and was of the Baptist Faith. Survivors include three Sisters mrs. Harriett Harrington and mrs. Mae Kenner both of Thomasville and mrs. Bertha Johnson of Morven and five Brothers Chauncey and Johnnie Diggs both of Baltimore md., Thomas and Louis Diggs both of Thomasville and George Diggs of High Point. Funeral will be held wednesday at 3 30 pm. At Brown new Calvary Baptist Church by the Rev. J. W. Flake. Burial will be in it. Olivet cemetery. The body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to funeral hour. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tonight from 7 30 to 9 and at the Home of mrs. Harriett Harrington 206 Black St. Mrs. J. L. Frady Mocksville mrs. Geraldine Shaw Frady 43, of route 3. Was dead on arrival at Davie county Hospital sunday from a gunshot wound to the head. Her husband John l. Frady i 35, is being held without Bond charged with murder she was a native of Davidson county and a housewife. Surviving Are a son Kelly Frady and a daughter Kim Frady both of the Home five Brothers Baron Delmar and Bruce Shaw All of Lexington Paul Shaw of it. I Lexington and Howard Shaw of it. 2, Bear Creek and three Sisters mrs. Tom Broos and mrs. Lois Siler both of it. 2. Lexington and mrs. Hubert Lee of Lexington. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today it Davidson funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Milan Boyd. Burial was to be in Lexington City cemetery. Mrs. Mccormick is dead at 72 Thomasville -.mrs. Gussie Jewell Simmons Mccormick 72, widow of d. W. Mccormick and resident of 611 Concord St., died monday at 11 05 . In Community general Hospital following one year of declining health. Mrs. Mccormick was born in Charleston ., dec. 2, 1901, a daughter of the late Gus and Ida Simmons and had lived in Thomasville for the past 40 years. She was employed by Amazon Cotton Mills in the spinning department. Her husband died in 1961. Surviving Are two sons James l. Mccormick of the Home and Thurman f. Mccormick stationed with the . Navy in san Francisco Calif. Four Sisters mrs. Mary Mallard and mrs. May Burris both of Charleston ., mrs. Margaret Phillips of Rock Hill ., and mrs. Maude Mckinney of Thomasville and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be held wednesday at la . In . Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. D. W. Long. Burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons until the hour of service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Jasper Sneed mrs. Lucille Byrd Sneed. 45. Of 1213 Pacific St., Brooklyn. N.y., was dead on arrival at i High Point memorial Hospital sunday morning. She was born in High Point on dec. 9, 1929, a daughter of Flora Crawford Marshall. She attended Public schools in High Point and was a member of1 life in time apostolic Church j survivors include her husband Jasper Sneed of the Home one son. Harrison Sneed of Brooklyn . Two daughters misses Thomasine and Bernadette Sneed both of j High Point her Mother mrs. Flora Marshall of High Point one brother. Robert Johnson of High Point and two Sisters misses Mary Jane and Cynthia Marshall both of High Point. Funeral will be held wednesday at i . At St. Stephen . Zion Church by the Rev. G. Ray Coleman. Burial will be in the National cemetery Salisbury. The body will remain at the Moore funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the Home of mrs. Flora Marshall 1121 Biltmore ave., and at the funeral Home tonight from 8 until 9. Mrs. E. A. Tate Greensboro mrs. Eloise Mclean Tate 60, of 603 Whitaker St. Was dead on arrival monday at Moses Cone Hospital after a Long period of declining health. Mrs. Tate was a native of Candor and had lived in Greensboro for 31 years. She was a member of presbyterian Church of the covenant the Candlewood Garden club and the Greensboro Junior women a club. Survivors Are her husband Edgar a. Tate two daughters mrs. Agnes t. King of Jamestown and mrs. Ted Stewart of High Point and three Brothers a. N. Mattocks of Reidsville r. Graham Mattocks of Baltimore md., and or. A. M. Mattocks of Chapel Hill. Funeral will be held at 4 . Wednesday at Forbis amp Dick North Elm Street Chapel by the Rev. Eugene Ensley and or. Joseph Garrison. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. H. S. Armstrong Asheboro Henry Stewart Armstrong 61, of 803 s. Park St. Died sunday in a Raleigh Hospital after a Long illness. Or. Armstrong was a native of South Carolina. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel in Asheboro. S. C. Jennings Randleman Samuel Clark. Jennings 72, of route 2, died monday in Randolph Hospital after three months of illness. Survivors Are two daughters. Mrs. Eloise Frazier of it. I Franklinville and mrs. Virginia Jones of it. I Liberty four sons Floyd w. Jennings of route 2, William c. James of route 3, Samuel c. Jennings of Asheboro and Stafford Jennings of it. 5, High Point two Sisters mrs. Edna York of Cedar Falls and mrs. George Saunders of route 2 and a brother Simpson Jennings of route 2. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday at solid Rock Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cedar flails methodist Church cemetery. . Morton Troy a g. Ray Morton 44, of route 2, was dead on arrival a monday at Montgomery Hospital after suffering a seizure while at work. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Ruth Blalock Morton five sons Larry Frankie and Jerry Morton All of Troy and Johnny and Dennis Morton both of the Home five daughters mrs. John Beck of fort Campbell ky., mrs. Carolyn Gibson. Of Rockingham mrs. Brenda Beane and mrs. Ila Hogan both of Troy and miss Linda Morton of the Home his father John h. Morton of route i two Brothers Robert Morton of Asheboro and Rayburn Morton of Candor and two Sisters mrs. Velma Hoover of Asheboro and mrs. Exie Callicutt of route 1. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday at Pugh Troy funeral Home by the Rev. Frank Dennis and the Rev. Lyndwood Boyette. Burial will be in Lovejoy cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home wednesday night from 7 until 9. C. P. Stafford Kernersville Clarence Poe Stafford 61, of route 8, died monday at his Home. Survivors Are a sister mrs. Annie Dean of Pel care Nur sing Home Winston Salem and three Brothers Avery Bennett and ted Stafford All of route 8. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Wednesday at Pierce funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Bunker Hill cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Thu 9 Falt a it a a Why pay More for Fine of ajar / Jum Ityl amp a. Fca amp Andl ate Oast. A Mil Ruusu to i j there is never a need or reason to spend More than the family wishes to pay at Harold c. Davis. Regardless of circumstances or Price we always serve each family with cart warm understanding Courtesy and the highest of professional competence. We also offer pre arrangement plans and insurance and Are now nearing completion of our Beautiful Chapel. Please com by for an inspection visit or Call on us anytime night or Day. Harold c. Davis Harold funeral Home of North main at Farriss Avint Call 685-5040 a select member of Ppd in 1970, perpetual savers earned dividends totalling. Amt. 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