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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise wednesday july 17, 1974 4-City to miss Penley Dies at 24 deaths and funerals mrs. Tomlinson death claims miss Sharon sue Penley 24, of 1606-h Long St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital this morning she was born in port Huron mich., May 20,1950. A daughter of j. A and Ollie Hylton Penley. She had lived in High Point 22 years and was a graduate of High Point Central High school with the class of 1968. She attended Guilford technical Institute graduating in 1970. She was employed at High Point memorial Hospital As a medical Secretary in the a Ray department. She was a member of first United methodist Church and was a former sunday school teacher. Survivors include her parents. Or. And mrs. James a. Penley of 529 Gatewood ave. Two Sisters miss Deborah Lynn Penley of the Home and mrs. James Linda Pardue or. Of 1630 Beau rest ave. One brother David Allan Penley of the Home and paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Charles t. Penley of Candler. Funeral will be held Friday at 2 . At first United methodist Church by the Rev. Richard j. Crowder and the Rev. Charles m. Turner. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be there thursday 7 to 9 . Honorary pallbearers will be doctors and staff members of High Point memorial Hospital. They Are requested to meet at the Church at 1 45 . The family requests that memorials be made to first United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. Death claims mrs. Barnes mrs. Edith Walker Barnes 51, of 1014 Grace St. Died in Wesleyan arms nursing Center tuesday at 7 30 . Following an extended illness. She was born in Guilford county Jan. 26, 1923. A daughter of Raymond w. And Agnes Hicks Walker. She was married june 21, 1940, to James Luther Barnes. She was a member of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church and the adult no. 4 sunday school class of the Church. Surviving Are her husband of the Home three sons Kenneth Wesley Barnes of 1815 Pershing St., Richard Neil Barnes of 317 player or and Ronnie Lee Barnes or. Of 310 fiddle St. Her parents of 1009 Grace St. One brother. Olin Walker of Hillside my. And four grandchildren the body is at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home. The family will be at the Home of her parents 1009 Grace St. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete pending the arrival of a son from an army Camp. Mrs. Bertha Causer mrs. Bertha Palmer Causer died sunday afternoon in Liberty House nursing Home in Thomasville following a Long illness. She was born in High Point a daughter of the late Harry and Isabelle Palmer. She lived most of her life in High Point and was married to James s. Causer. He died in 1969 survivors include a daughter mrs. Rosetta Haywood of High Point one brother Rufus Palmer of High Point and four grandchildren. Funeral will be held thursday at 4 at Hoover funeral Home the family will be at the funeral Home wednesday night 8 until 9. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave died at 92 mrs. Nora Peters Tomlinson 92, of route 3, died this morning in High Point memorial Hospital. The body remains at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements. H. R. Clodfelter Howard Ray Clodfelter. 55, of 1455 n. Hamilton St., was dead on arrival at 6 59 a m. Tuesday at new Hanover Hospital Wilmington after suffering a heart attack while on vacation. Or. Clodfelter was born Jan. 24, 1919, in High Point a son of Zeno Andrew and Lillie Mae Morton Clodfelter. He was a lifelong resident of High Point and was educated in High Point City schools. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Having served in the u. S. Air Force. On oct. 27. 1947, he was married to Ruth Upchurch. For the past 16 years he had been employed by the u. S. Postal dept As a mail Carrier. He attended Saint Timothy a United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ruth u. Clodfelter of the Home one daughter. Miss Cherryl Clodfelter of the Home two sons Donald Ray and Alfred Lee Clodfelter both of the Home his Mother mrs. Lillie Mae Clodfelter of 1115 Ward St. Four Sisters mrs. Richard Davis of Oakview Road. Mrs. Cecil Spence of Magnolia court mrs. Paul Carroll of it. Gilead and mrs. Johnny Nance of Stone Street and one brother Warren t. Clodfelter of Kansas City to funeral will be held at 4 . Thursday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Dan Wall and j. W. Mcdowell letter Carrier chaplain. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 30 until 9. Pallbearers will be Jesse Lowe Dewey Yarborough Mike Hall Ray Hunt Vernon Clayton Charlie Williard Floyd Yow and Jack Huffman. Yow funeral set thursday Greensboro mrs. Dora Stutts Yow. 50. Of it. 3, High Point died monday at High Point memorial Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of Guilford county and was employed by p. Lorillard company she was a member of Community Baptist Church. Surviving Are a son Norman r. Smith of High Point two daughters mrs. Rebecca Caudle of Cordovia and mrs. Patricia s. Smith of it Randleman three Brothers Noah Phillips of Greensboro Jack Phillips of Havelock and Albert Stutts of Eugene Ore. And a sister mrs. Edith Stutts of Greensboro funeral will be held at 2 pm. Thursday at Lambeth Troxler funeral Chapel by the Rev. Cordell Mccollum and the Rev. James j. Sweeney. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Kent Loury Minnehaha Springs w. A. A funeral for Kent Loury 70, who died monday will be held at 3 . Thursday at Minnehaha Springs United methodist Church. The body will remain at Smith s funeral Home in Marlington w. Va., until the hour of the funeral. Or. Loury was a former resident of High Point n c. Mrs. Robbins mrs. Myrtle Sybil Davis Robbins 91, of route 3, died today at 2 30 a in. In Pell care nursing Home where she had been a patient since september 1973. She had been in declining health one year and in critical condition five weeks. Mrs. Robbins was born March 5, 1883, in Randolph county a daughter of Samuel and Polly Ann Farlow Davis. She had been a resident of the High Point and Randolph county area All her life. She was married to Thomas a. Robbins who died in 1937. Surviving Are three sons Grady Robbins of 3700 Archdale rd., Thomas Robbins of Jacksonville fla., and Lee Robbins of Thomasville one daughter mrs. Roscoe Lena Hill of Sophia several grandchildren several great grandchildren and one brother Harrison Davis of Asheboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body remains at Cumby mortuary. Howard Stowe Eden a Howard Stowe 71, of 815 Circle drive died tuesday in Morehead memorial Hospital. A native of Patrick county va., he was a retired textile worker. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Estelle Doss Stowe four daughters mrs. Earl Gillespie and mrs. Jenny Soyars both of Eden. Mrs. Lewis Donavant of Kernersville and mrs. Stephen Joyce of Madison two sons Leonard d. And Franklin d. Stowe both of Eden three Sisters mrs. Addie Smith of Stuart va., mrs. Mary sue Macemore and mrs. Ada Gauldin All of Martinsville a. Three half Sisters mrs Doris coms of Stuart mrs. Beatrice Hopkins and mrs Marie Hopkins both of Fieldale a. Four Brothers. Arthur. Otis and Enoch Stowe All of Stuart and Russell Stowe of Spencer a. And a half brother. Shelborne Stowe of Fieldale a. Funeral was to be held at 2 30 . Today at pleasant meet at 2 . In the school Grove primitive Baptist administration building on Church near Stuart a. English Road. From Page id construction. Covered in the plan Are . Dept of transportation regulations environmental regulations and other considerations that a Highway planning group might have to Deal with. About $25,000 per year of Federal funds is available commission members Learned for planning purposes for each Urban area Over 50,000 population. Eleven such areas now exist in North Carolina Caddell said. The group decided to meet the first thursday of each Quarter rotating the meeting place each time among the member cities. The next meeting is scheduled for oct. I in Jamestown. Representative from the a City councils of the other three member cities Are Charles eanes Thomasville Ralph Wyrick Jamestown and t. C. Talbert. Archdale. Remedial from Page id special Resolution. The funds application May be discussed at the Board of education meeting thursday afternoon. The Board will Westchester Man charged from Page id hearing required by the state. Caddell said the state needs to follow its regular procedure and warned against getting too far ahead. He said it is possible the hearing could meet corridor hearing requirements but noted a design hearing would be needed As Well. Discussion of the proposed relocation of 1-85 showed the state has already acquired some rights of Way along the route from the Groomtown area South to a Point near Lexington where the Road will rejoin the present 1-85. Caddell said the state is now recommending an interchange with . 311 at Archdale and that this would cause some damage to some houses in the area. The project needs local input into the environmental Impact study he said. From Page id several occasions and that is. Morris son had shot his sister about three weeks ago. According to officers Bostic said he saw is. Morris on w. Green and called out to her. He said she turned and had a pistol in her hand so he fired six times at her. Bostic was carrying a .22 pistol when police picked him up As he walked Down Prospect Street. James Kirkwood Page or. Of s. Hamilton Street said that he heard a noise on his Back porch tuesday night and investigated. As he went onto the porch he said someone jumped him and Cut his left forearm with a knife. He said that the Man then fled on foot and that he Page fired at him twice. Gop rally is cancelled Greensboro a Guilford county Republican candidates rally and Barbecue supper scheduled for saturday night has been cancelled victim of schedule conflicts. A spokesman for the party executive committee said that the planning for a major event at which sen. Barry Coldwater will speak next week had resulted in a number of scheduling problems. The rally Barbecue will be replanted for a later Date the spokesman said. Doubts voiced 882-2555 885-2145 or i Iff a a a Ltd thursday a non Al i Huerta morticians Howard fray Clodfelter 4 pm so Chr i cd pol a Sharon Penley mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Thursday mrs. Bettyjo Mabe i 30p in. Cumby Chapel of o priday mrs. Blather Bratton la a in. Cumby Chapel in comr St Myrtle d. Robbins instead of the containers. The live Trees Cost Between $12.50 and $30 of each. A what people done to seem to take into account is that growing things take a Long time a Keith said. A you can to make a tree like you do instant Coffee. And these Trees have to stand up under the heat of summer reflecting up from Asphalt and Concrete with very Little water and then in the Winter with Strong winds whipping Down some people have complained Brown said because hollies and Maples were used instead of flowering Trees. But flowering Trees have too shallow a Root Structure to survive in the planters he said. The Trees were chosen by the beautification Assn. Specifically for the containers. Several years ago an area landscape architect r. E. Till sen compiled a list of which Trees would live Best in downtown High Point. The committee used that list As a guide. Some people also object to the existence of the planters. In some places however they were necessary because basements extend to the curb line. But even where planters Are now atop a strip of grass on n. Main Street the containers could not be foregone because of City plans to install underground wiring. Whenever that work was begun the Trees would have to be moved. Now they Are Mobile and the dilemma is avoided. Yet Keith said. A we Are still holding out for the Day when the underground wires Are installed and we can put the Trees in the ground like they should be a most of the City beautifies feel that the most important element in beautifying High Point is the property owner both residential and business. Brown said owners could help by taking from Page id More Pride in their properties. Mrs. Gray said that More Trees Are needed in different areas of the downtown Section that would a help to Cool the town and purify the air a As Well As be attractive. A beautification coordinator s effects Are needed she said. The hiring or not hiring of a beautification coordinator is a matter of priorities. Mayor Paul Clapp said tuesday. A certainly no one is against beautification but several top positions were just added into the the positions include an environmental director and the Horticulturist. Although there Are Many special interest groups in the area. Clapp said a we tend to Overlook what is right around us. In be received outside comments from visitors and these have been Clapp also feels that the City is doing its full share for beautification. The project is funded out of Parks and recreation dept and High Point a spends More Money per capita in Parks and recreation than any other City in North Carolina except for Greensboro. And we re giving them a run for their the position that beautification belongs in the Parks and recreation dept is a valid one Claar says but there Are problems. Four upcoming beautification projects for example Deal exclusively with departments such As Urban renewal redevelopment and traffic engineering. Yet Parks and recreation is having to fund All projects under the elusive term of Claar has compiled a list of projects that need to be tackled some Long Range and some immediate and these have been approved by the beautification Assn. 20<t off the Oil they be come to Winston Salem to Cook with. That a where the National Chicken cooking contest finals Are being held july 25. 51 finalists from All Over he country will be trying for1 the grand prize of $10,000 put up by the sponsors Mazolas Corn Oil accent the National broiler Council. Here a your Chance to Cook with a Winner. S20c >1 0 to emf of Auk of Tach Coupon Voi a our a it hot in trim on Iii Vmay it or Apt died parti i i or a ill pay Ami Lac vain plot m a Mil in harem pro anted you and your in Lotner Haw computed a us Tho Terra cd Tim common Oiler any Otter Appin non Onater Tutor fraud Cut pen May not or aligned or to Anat erred by you void a Hen pre armed by oui intr Henry Broket or Manta i20e 20c Torval met. T tend or Otter tar Rev be ted. Your cd Attner mull pay any Talca Tam. Intone Aho int your Pur hatred rut in tent Wark to co. It i of upon of carried tor to tempt in Mutt or Aboon on request limn me to a family Cady to dewy Moraine 1/lod in. Good Only in a Send to brat foods Devi woes. Arc inter net tonal inc. La Quot 102. Clinton to 527 a. 0561 20 first hot Dei to give you the now Hornet tells you what we have in our wieners. You can see for yourself what our hot dogs Are made of right on this new Label. Read How much Good beef and pork they contain. And no Cereal or other fillers. That Means Hormel wieners give you the same High Quality Complete protein As any other Good meat you buy. Hormel wieners 14% of at 9% addio water 3% Salt 3% Swete cars 1% flavourings Ano cures including sodium nitrite install ant Taal an Park Aalst. Tan. Corn syrup. Al oa�1 to a sodium fit Aureata sodium Hama Facia i Baa 4 Nom a Ca was Pau mate Smi ail a re for log ratio it. Cli ii Mie us in i i nutrition information serving size one Wiener Servings Perconti Bertten per serving calories ____140 protein. 6 Grams carbohydrate 1 Grams fat. 13 Grams percentage of . Recommended daily allowance per Servino . Roa protein to Vitamin a. 0 Vitamin c0. Thiamine. 4 Riboflavin. 2 niacin. 4 Calcium. O Iron. 2 Vitamin 6,. 2 Vitamin. 8 As Well As what you set out of them i Hormel knows you re concerned about the nutrition in foods you serve to your family. That s Why months ago we were first to list nutritional information about our wieners right up front on our Label. We think you want the facts. We know you deserve the facts. Mem. Hormel puts the ads up front

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