High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 8 1974, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday july 8, 1974 deaths and funerals Jones funeral set wednesday George William Jones jr., 54, of 916 Franklin St., Thomasville died sunday at 1 45 . In Community general Hospital following hospitalization of to weeks and declining health of two years. Or. Jones was born in Thomasville March 6. 1920, a son of George and Mary Darr Jones or. He attended Thomasville Public schools and was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church serving As trustee and past president of the senior choir. He was a Veteran of world War ii a member of the american legion Post and a retired employee of Thomasville furniture ind. Survivors include his wife mrs. Zelma Thigpen Jones of the Home two daughters mrs. Willie Mae Greenwood of Washington d.c., and mrs. Gwendolyn Black of the Home four granddaughters his parents or. And mrs. George William Jones or. Of Thomasville three Sisters mrs. Mattie Dallis miss Eva Jones and mrs. Helen Bogan All of Thomasville and nine Brothers Spann will Phillip Algernon Aaron and Herbert Ray Jones All of Thomasville Cecil Jones of new York City and Lamond and Jimmy Jones both of Washington d c. Funeral will be wednesday at 2 . At Emmanuel Baptist Church by the Rev. Oscar b. Cook and w. P. Cole. Burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden. The body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the funeral hour. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tuesday 8 to 9 . Mrs. H. M. Hardy Lexington mrs. Bessie Monroe Hardy 75, of 515 Dixie St. Died sunday in Lexington memorial Hospital. She was a retired employee of Wennonah Mills and a member of seventh Avenue Church of god. Surviving Are her husband Harvey m. Hardy two daughters mrs. A. L. Price of Cornelius and mrs. 0. W. Floyd of Lexington and a brother v. L. Monroe of Mooresville. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Franks infant Lexington Mark Daniel Franks two Day old son it Robert Lee and Nancy Thomason Franks of Salina candied tuesday in the . Air Force Hospital in Salina. Surviving in addition to his parents Are a sister Jome sue Franks of the Home three Brothers Roger Robbie and Keith Franks All of the Home and grandparents. Or. And mrs. Charlie Thomason of Lexington and or. And mrs. Raymond Franks of Lexington. Graveside services will be held at 2 p a tuesday in Lexington City cemetery by the Rev. Pilly Joe Leonard. The body is to be sent to Piedmont funeral Home. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Monday mrs. Ellen b. Hicks la . Cumby Chapel since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 a it it vhf stir Riih Mhz hath Al self Colo morticians monday Mamie gathering Gibson Stewart 2 pm set rest Chapel tuesday or. Bernice Bale Welborn 4 pm Sachet a Chapel r. V. Talley mrs. Welborn of Jamestown Dies at 54 Robert Vance Doodie Talley 54, of 220 Stratford rd., died in North Carolina Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem sunday at 7 . Following three weeks hospitalization and several months of declining health. He was born in Chatham county june 4, 1920, a son of Marshall Lee and Nannie Florence Harper Talley. He had been employed by the City of High Point in the Public works dept for 17 years. He was a member of Reavis memorial Baptist Church and the Pilot sunday school class of the Church. He was married to Mable Shelton Inman in 1957. Surviving in addition to his wife of the Home Are two Stepsons Jerry Inman of 1906 Middlewood court and Jimmy Inman of s. Main Street a brother Roe Talley of 709 Verta St. Funeral will be held in Reavis memorial Baptist Church tuesday at 2 . By or. Roy Holder and the Rev. Worth Pugh. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Harold c. Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at 1906 Middlebrook court and at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Mrs. Mary Millraney funeral for mrs. Mary Emma Angel Millraney 68, of it. I Jamestown will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Calvin c. Orrell Liberty Road Chapel by the Rev. Thomas h. Brooks. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. The family will be at orrello a tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Millraney died saturday. Mrs. Alton Haywood Denton mrs. Ester Garner Haywood 49, of route 2, died sunday in medical Park Hospital in Winston Salem. She was a Davidson county native. Surviving Are her husband Alton Haywood two sons Kenneth Haywood of Nekoma n.d., and Gary Haywood of it. I Denton her Mother mrs. Mary a. Garner of High Point four Sisters mrs. Oscar Snider mrs. Minnie Roberts and mrs. Crola Snider All of Denton and mrs. Herman Snider of High Point and three Brothers Lewis and Albert Garner both of it. 2, Denton and Fred Garner of it. I Richfield funeral will be held at 2 30 . Tuesday at first Baptist Church by the Rev. Herbert Baker and the Rev. Jack Alexander. Burial will be in Mountain memorial Garden. The family will be at Lanier Briggs funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. W. C. Jones or. Rockwell William Clyde Jones sr., 70, of Rockwell died saturday following an apparent heart attack at his Home. He was a native of Guilford county a son of the late or. And mrs. William a. Jones and was retired from Cannon Mills. He was sanitation Engineer for the town of Rockwell. He was a member of Rockwell Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Laura b. Gurley Jones two daughters mrs. H. C. Corl of Greensboro and mrs. Daniel Ward of Asheville four sons William Clyde Jones or. And Paul Eugene Jones both of Rockwell James Arnold Jones of St. Petersburg. Fla., and Guy Mcarthur Jones of Landis two Brothers julias a. Jones of Thomasville and Clifton d. Jones of High Point and three Sisters mrs. J. M. Fagg mrs. R. L. Teague and mrs. L. R. Mcneill All of High Point. Funeral will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday in Rockwell Baptist Church by the Rev. C. B. Talbert and the Rev. J. A. Rogers. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Bowles funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Put Trust in us. For peace of mind our concern and under standing enables us to handle every arrangement. Take care of smallest details. Haizlip funeral Home inc. 206 fourth Street a High Point 108 Church Street a Thomasville Trinity reservist gets top honors i husband charged i mrs. Bernice Bales Welborn 68, of it. I Jamestown died at 6 45 . Sunday at her Home. She had been in declining health for 5mi years and critically ill for three weeks. Mrs. Welborn was born sept. 8, 1905, in Guilford county a daughter of John Orville and Hattie Modlin Bales. She was a lifelong resident of it. I Jamestown and was married dec. 23, 1926, to Ralph Talmadge Welborn. Surviving Are her husband of the Home and four Sisters mrs. J. Ii. Treva Hubbard of 301 Whittier St., mrs. F. H. Lucy Wilson of Whitsett mrs. J. W. Ollie Foust of w Alnut Cove and mrs. C. L. Ora Crickmore of Asheboro. Funeral will be held at 4 . Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Ernest m. Gardner. Burial will be in deep River friends cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. S. S. Stevenson of Thomasville Thomasville Woodrow w. Stevenson 60, of 203 Pinewood re. Was dead on arrival at Lexington memorial Hospital sunday after suffering a heart attack at his songs cottage in Southmont. He had been in declining health for three years. Or. Stevenson was born in High Point dec. 27, 1913, a son of the late e. R. And Mabel Causey Stevenson and had spent the greater part of his life in Thomasville. Prior to his retirement he was owner and operator of Stevenson grocery and was of the Baptist Faith. He was married to miss Ethel Wagner. She died nov. 16, 1964. Surviving Are one son Robert w. Bobby Stevenson of Southmont and a sister mrs. John b. Kat Kay of 104 Howard St., Thomasville. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Robert Covington Asheboro a funeral for Robert Covington 46, who died july i in Chicago will be held at 4 . Tuesday at Gailes funeral Home by the Rev. G. R. Rick. Burial will be in mount Calvary cemetery. He was a former resident of Asheboro. The family will be at the funeral Home 7-8 . Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lestine Covington of Chicago and daughter. Miss Arline Covington of Harvey in. His Mother mrs. Lucille Covington of Asheboro a sister mrs. Lucille Williams of Asheboro and a brother Richard Covington of new York City. Death claims airman Amos airman Frank Thorne Amos 19, of High Point died sunday at Shaw air Force base South Carolina. No details of his death were available this morning. Surviving Are his Mother mrs. Betty Henley of 1800 Carolina ave. And his father Charles Lee Amos of 948 Nottingham re. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is being brought to Sechrest funeral Home. City from Page in shopping centers and malls would have More problems with soil erosion Yarborough said because of the extensive grading that is required. But the ordinance As drafted would apply to any builder including residential within the indicated land area. Mrs. Tyson is dead at 46 mrs. Annis Smith Tyson 46, of 403 Lawndale or. Died at 5 30 . Today in High Point memorial Hospital following an extended ii less. She was the wife of Joe t. Tyson. The body is at Calvin c. Orrello a Liberty Road Chapel. Funeral will be held wednesday at a time and place to be announced. Food from Page in services dept can hire temporary workers As these Are needed under approval from Witherspoon. Metz said the flow of applicants for food stamp certification has been especially heavy in Greensboro. He said the High Point office which has been faced with fewer numbers of people has been More successful than the Greensboro unit which has been forced to have some applicants return another Day. Officials said today the crowd this morning was not As heavy in Greensboro As it has been on other Days. Sale of food Stamps began last week at designated Post office facilities in High Point Greenbo and git Sonville to persons holding cards mailed out by the county the certification program will continue throughout the month of july. Those who do qualify during july will receive Stamps retroactive to the first of the month officials said. Charlotte the Branch manager of Wachovia Bank and Trust co. At Archdale has been chosen As the most outstanding Drill sergeant in the army Reserve in North and South Carolina. . Juan f. Muench will compete against la other army Reserve Drill sergeants for the title of Best in the nation july 23-27 at Headquarters of the training and doctrine command at it. Monroe a. Muench 29, is a member of the 108th division training with Headquarters in Charlotte. He is assigned As Field first sergeant of co. A 2nd battalion 485th regiment third brigade at High Point. Muench was born in Cuba and spent the first nine years of his life there. He has been a citizen of the United states Only five years. Muench attended High Point senior High school and later High Point College. He joined Wachovia Bank and Trust co. On aug. 1,1966. He became Branch manager at Archdale about a year ago. Rise in Leaf Price expected Raleigh . Apr a North Carolina tobacco specialist predicts the season average Price for tobacco in the current year will be at least $95 per Hundred pounds. Closet crunch try Box storage. I Antha cleaners launderers 1670 engish i 885-2101 now our Loans come in larger packages. Up to amount financed no. Of monthly payments amount of monthly payments total of payments $2,000 36 s 69.33 $2,495.88 $3,000 36 i 104.00 3,744.00 $5,000 60 118.957,137.00 5,000�� consolidate Bills a one place to pay a one payment a month get extra Cash too annual percentage rate 15% phone now for number one service pm Opi. To people my i where you re number one \creom1ft montage Ano loan company across from the old Enterprise bldg 306 North main St. High Point . Craige Reavis mgr. Phone 882-3381 ask about our new car Loans too. Sgt. Juan Muench he is married to the former Nancy peace of Thomasville. They reside on it. 3 Trinity and have a daughter Kimberly Anne 7. Muench joined the 108th division of the army Reserve on april 23, 1968, and received Basic leadership and advanced infantry training at it. Dix . He finished fourth in the 1972 Drill sergeant class of the 108th division. Thomasville a mrs. Judy Gibson of it. 6, Thomasville was reported in satisfactory condition today at Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem after allegedly being beaten sunday. Her husband Willis Earl Gibson 22, has been charged by the Davidson county sheriffs dept. With assault on a female inflicting serious injury. He remains in custody in Davidson county jail in lieu of $10,000 Bond. Reported that mrs. Gibson who is pregnant suffered a fractured Skull from the assault which occurred about 2 30 . At the couples Hilton trailer Park residence on Hasty school Road. Mrs. Gibson was taken to Community general Hospital about 3 . And then later transferred to Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem. Hospital officials confirmed today that mrs. Gibson suffered an Eye injury As a result of the assault. The sheriffs department Power from Page in rates. Duke is expected to ask the utilities commission for permission to raise rates another 16 per cent As soon As the commission has ruled on a previous rate increase request. Copyright 1974 the Kroger co. We Reserve the right to limit quantities. Prices effective through saturday july 13,1974. It Imade a i ii i Mure Vai for Vand Mai Lue Kiev i your Mui Ney j . Govt graded Choice people s Choice full Cut Bone in round Steak Freezer Sleezer ice Cream sandwiches la. Starfire lunch meat., pkg. Of 12 12 of. Can Lei it . Govt. Inspected fresh Frozen 10-14 la. Avg. Hen new a turkeys l&39 Wilson a Laurel sliced Bacon Hormel canned Ham i Kroger meat wieners in dozen save 11c a 2s with this Coupon and Purchase of embassy it. 58c i Mayonnaise in f void after sat., july 13.1974. 2 subject to applicable state and j local limit i Coupon per termly Kroger fresh Grade a urge eggs 49 Market Basket select Grade Fca eggs Doz 53�?~ Chub Pak ground beef la. 1 or 3 la. Rolls California 27 size Ani loupes % for not this l>14 a Tler not this but this Kroger cake mix yellow White Orange Lemon devils food Swiss or deep Choc. Fudge 1 la. 2�?T/oz. Pkg. Ripe Sweet Freestone peaches lbs. R a $ i

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