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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday july 18, 1974 deaths and funerals mrs. Black Dies at 80 Thomasville mrs. J. Carl Black 80, of route i old Lexington Road died in Community general Hospital today at 1 15 . Where she had been a patient for two hours after suffering a heart attack. She was born sept. 5, 1893, in Davidson county a daughter of j. W. Veach and Loretta Johnson Veach. She was married to or. Black dec. 15, 1912. She was a member of Calvary United Church of Christ and of the ladies Bible class of the sunday school. She was a former teacher of the Bible class. She was a member of the woman a Guild. Survivors include her husband of the Home two daughters mrs. Zilphia Reece and mrs. Elwood Carlene Wagner both of route i two sons for c. And Raymond h. Black both of route i eight grandchildren to great grandchildren one sister mrs. G. V. Payne of route 4 and one brother Homer Veach of Winston Road. Funeral will be held at 3 30 . Saturday at Calvary United Church of Christ by the Rev. Frank Snider. Burial will be in the Church 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 7 to 9 and at the Home on route 1. Mrs. Myrtle Robbins funeral for mrs. Myrtle Sybil Davis Robbins will be held Friday at 2 . At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. C. Glenn Powell. Burial will be in it. Vernon United methodist Church cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Mrs. Grace Hoopaugh Candor a mrs. Grace Blake Hoopaugh 68. Of route 2, died wednesday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst. Surviving Are a son Wade Lee Hoopaugh of Candor two Sisters mrs. Zudie Blake of Candor and mrs. Villa Shepherd of Denton and a brother Jesse Blake of West end. Funeral will be held at 2 p in Friday at Norman Baptist Church by the Rev. Bill Lamb and the Rev. V. G. Stone. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Lanier Briggs funeral Home Candor and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. W. E. Skeen Denton w Edmond Skeen 64, of route 3, was dead on arrival wednesday morning at the Griffis clinic after a Short illness. He was born in Davidson county a son of Jim and Corrina Harris Skeen and was a self employed Farmer and wholesale egg dealer. Surviving Are his wife Nellie Russell Skeen of the Home two daughters mrs. Milton Linda Pearce of Denton and mrs. Tony Carol Stutts of Denver a son James Eddie Skeen of the Home three Sisters mrs. Stephen Homey mrs. Leta Peacock and mrs. Carroll Elliott All of High Point a brother Lloyd Skeen of Denton and one grandchild. Funeral will be held at 3 . Friday at Lanier Briggs Chapel by the Rev. Vernon Morton and elder c. S. Farmer. Burial will be in Mountain View memorial gardens. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave 882-2555 a 885-2145 44 a a a it 0�r National a owui9frrtt morticians thursday Howard Ray Clodfe her 4 p rns Chr to Chapel Friday miss Sharon sue Penley apr fir United Metho ont Church Complete in Jack Armfield Urdis Hicks or. Mrs. Edith Barnes funeral for mrs. Edith Walker Barnes will be held at 4 . Friday in Harold c. Davis funeral Chapel by the Rev. Woodrow Robbins the Rev. Bill Barnes the Rev. Billy Long and or. J. R. Newton. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bill Ogle Ben therell Harold gilled Echerd Lester Hamilton and Barry Wise. The body will remain at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 and at 1009 Grace St. Mrs. Barnes 51, of 1014 Grace St. Died tuesday night in Wesleyan arms nursing Center following an extended illness. C. B. Sloan Sanford Charles b. Sloan 87, died wednesday in the state Sanatorium in Mccain. Surviving Are two sons c. B. Sloan or. Of Sanford and Perry Sloan of Bennettsville . And four daughters mrs. Robert Seymore of Sanford mrs. Kovno Smith of Kalamazoo. Mich., mrs. W. A. Lamar of Asheboro and mrs. Henry Sykes of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 4 . Friday at Miller funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Malcom Godfrey. Burial will be in shallow w7ell Church cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 8. Mrs. E. L. Tomlinson mrs. Nora Essie Peters Tomlinson 92, of route 3, died wednesday at 8 30 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health one year and in critical condition since sunday. Mrs. Tomlinson was born in Davidson county aug. 21, 1881. She had been a resident of the High Point area since 1907 and was a charter member of Glenola Baptist Church and the sunday school. In 1907, she was married to Edward Lee Tomlinson who died july i 1937. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. J. W. Owanda Barnwell of Charleston ., mrs. Edwina Jones of merry Hill and mrs. Frank Myrtle Risher of Garland Texas three sons David And Wallace p. Tomlinson both of the Home and Barrett Tomlinson of Greensboro 14 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday at 4 . At Glenola Baptist Church by the Rev. Cabot Inman and the Rev. Ralph Holcomb. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. E. A. Armfield Earl Allison Jack Armfield 63. Of 78 Frontier ave., Spartanburg ., died at 11 30 . Wednesday at Mountain View nursing Home Spartanburg. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body will be brought to Sechrest funeral Home. Read the Quot Enterprise classified mrs. W. B. Edwards Ramseur a mrs. May York Edwards 68, of route 2, died wednesday in . Memorial Hospital following a Long illness.1 surviving Are her husband Wade b. Edwards two sons Charles Edwards of Marietta ga., and Paul York of Goldsboro and two Brothers Marcus Dick York of Ramseur and Delman York of Liberty. Funeral will be held at 4 . Friday at Loflin funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Franklin Pierce the Kev. Jimmy Turner and the Rev. Gary Waisner. Burial will be in Parks crossroad Christian Church. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. H. T. Wallace Concord mrs. Elizabeth foil Wallace of Concord died wednesday in Cabarrus county memorial Hospital. Surviving Are her husband Henry Troy Wallace of the Home two daughters mrs. J. L. Griffin of High Point and mrs. J. E. Turner of Concord one sister one brother three grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral will be held Friday at 3 . At St. James lutheran Church Concord. The body is at Hartsell funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials be directed to St. James lutheran Church Concord. N. H. Hicks or. Nereus Hurdis Hicks jr., 53, of 835 n. E. 149th St., Miami fla., a former High Point resident was dead on arrival at 1 15 . Wednesday at a Miami Hospital. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body will be brought to Sechrest funeral Home. Chair City alarm minor Thomasville pressure leaking Down in a sprinkler system was listed As the cause of a mechanical false alarm answered wednesday by Thomasville firemen. The Call received at 5 48 ., summoned the trucks to commercial carving co. On Randolph Street. Money is sold at discount Rocky mount . Apr Wachovia Bank and Trust co. Tried a new advertising technique at its Branch Here. The Bank reduced the Price of Money by to per cent and sold $10,000 to the earliest Comers. Over 200 persons lined up on wednesday for a Chance to buy $100 in Cash from the Bank in Exchange for $90. Manager Bob Noble said the Bank sold $10,000 in the first hour then sold an additional $10,000 for 5 per cent off. Noble said no one was required to open an account. He conceded the Sale was a publicity stunt. A we have so Many dollars to spend we can put them in billboards or radio advertising. This is something different a he said. Firm purchases radio stations Chapel Hill . Apr Village communications inc., which operates radio station Wohl in Chapel Hill and publishes shoppers guides in Chapel Hill and Greenville has bought two radio stations in Lexington by. They Are Wolg and county land use from Page id trends Over the past to years and interviews with county officials. Staff members have begun meetings with Community groups and plans for Public hearings Are planned. The studies have indicated used six Basic land use planning problem areas. These problems which will be considered at the meeting tonight include a Lack of coordination Between City county and state agencies a the need to protect valuable farm land and to ensure water Quality a determination of where growth should be allowed in Rural areas and where planned developments should be placed a provision for nonresidential growth in Light of the fact that Only 25 per cent of Industrial land is used. Included in this question is the handling of developments along major highways a limitations on residential development around the regional Airport West of Greensboro due to problems in the area caused by aircraft noise and unplanned Industrial growth a Lack of communication Between the Public and the officials who will decide How land in the county will be car accidents cause injuries Jalex pm. The Price has not been announced. Principal owners of Village communications Are James a. Heavner and Roland Mcclanroch. Issac Larry Watson 23, of Pershing Street was injured today about 12 14 . When his car wrecked on w. Green drive at Redding Street. Police said the Watson car went out of control after going Over a bump in the Road. The car hit a Utility pole near the pay in save grocery. Watson was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Four persons including Driver Steven Logan Brooks 21, of Whitehall Street were injured in a one car wreck about to . Wednesday on Oakview Road near James Road. Police said the car ran off the right Side of the Road and through a Yard before hitting some Trees. Also injured were Linda Lohr and Steve Lohr of n. Main Street and an unidentified girl. Woodcut exhibition Jamestown a a special exhibition of Albrecht Durer so a revelation Wood Cut series will be available for Public viewing through july 29 in the learning resource Center of Guilford technical Institute. Viewing hours will 8 . To 9 ., monday through thursday and 8 . To 5 . Friday. Durer a native of Nuremberg Germany apprenticed under Michael Wolgemuth of Nuremberg. His a a revelation or a a apocalypse series of woodcuts was prepared to illustrate accompanying tests from the Book of revelations. The series has been a part of the permanent collection of the North Carol Fla museum since 1949 and is now included in its travelling exhibitions program. Stevens speech Bill Stevens Republican candidate for the . Senate will be the guest speaker at the High Point kiwanis club meeting at noon Friday at the top of the Mart. Stevens is the executive vice president of Broyhill furniture industries and has served As a state legislator. Tawney $ Barbecue i come see the Sherwin Williams color Harmony guide. On a viewer produced by Kodak exclusively for Sherwin Williams see hundreds of room settings. Styles Are coordinated with colors wallpapers paints floor coverings. All together. Homemakers can solve decorating problems or find new ideas. 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