High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 20 1972, Page 31

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals a a a or Viri a a a a a a a is a a a a a a a a a a a a a More obituaries on 7-c mrs. David in Williams mrs. Lawrence Hill j. E. Hutchens is dead at 73 James Everett Hutchens 73, of it. 3, High Point was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital wednesday at 4 . He had been in his usual health. Or. Hutchens was born dec. 6,1898, in Stuart va., a son of James e. And Mary East Hutchens and had been a resident of the High Point area 33 years. He was a former employee of Pickett Cotton i pvt l >72 Sechrest service 1301 f Lexington a 882 2555 or 885 2145 stiletto thursday mrs. Jessie Lee cell Wagner 3 . Serest Chapel Friday Clyde Cecil Cody la am. Sechrest Chapel Mill retiring la years ago. He attended Pine Grove Baptist Church. On july 25, 1923, he was married to miss Lillie Barbour who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two sons James Rayford Hutchens of route 4, and Dan r. Hutchens of Raleigh two daughters mrs. Charles Grace Kidd of 422 Burge St. And mrs. Donald Rose Marie Kidd of 2504 Dallas St. Eight grandchildren three Brothers Clarence Hutchens of High Point r. L. Hutchens of Kernersville and g a r f e r y Hutchens of Price. Funeral will be held Friday at 2 30 . At Pine Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. Franklin Fox and the Rev. Frank Mcdaniel. Burial will he in Bunker Hill unite methodist Church cemetery y. 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 from 7 until 9. E. R. Hunt a 4. -l1 mortuary of Tho Ordor of the Golden Rulo Quot our family sort Lar Yow a ,. Thursday or. Marvin la Clodfelter a . Cumby Chapel Friday Jam Everett Hutchens i 30 plan Grovo Boptist Church saturday Grady Bill Wilson Hemric j . Cumby Copol Chestnut drive it Brood ave. Phone 185-5045 Lexington Everette r. Hunt 70, of Lexington died tuesday in Community general Hospital Thomasville. Or. Hunt was a native of Davidson county a member of Trinity United methodist Church and a retired textile worker. F survivors Are it three sons Raymond and George Hunt both of Lexington and Edward Hunt of Thomasville and four Sisters mrs. Minnie Robbins mrs. Velma Mechum and mrs. Marie Coley All of Lexington and mrs. Letha Rose of Columbia . Funeral wets to be held at 4 . Today at Trinity United methodist Church. Mrs. Maude Taylor Williams of 1198 Day place died tuesday in High Point memorial Hospital. She was born in Randolph county a daughter of the late John and Sarah Harrison Taylor. A she moved to High Point in. 1921 and attended High Point Normal and Industrial Institute. She was a member of first Baptist Church and had served As presi Dent of missionary Circle 2, Secretary of the Church Cabinet and president of the Alt for Guild. She was a member of Blue Iris Garden club. Survivors include her husband David h. Williams two flans Obadiah Williams of Richmond va., and Leroy a Williams of Brooklyn . Four Sisters mrs. Pearl Wilson of Baltimore. Md., mrs. Ethel Watkins of new York ., mrs. Madge Walden and miss Ruby Taylor both o f Randleman and two grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday at 4 . At first Baptist Church by the Rev. F. L. Andrews. Burial will be in Greenhill cemetery. The body will remain at hoovers funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 8 until 9. Mrs. Amanda Goins Asheboro mrs. Amanda Pelfrey Goins 66. Of route i died wednesday in a Charleston s. C., Hospital. Survivors Are four sons Charles Goinsjr. Of Charleston Heights ., George s. Goins of Santa Anna calif., Gene Goins of Birmingham ala., and Billy Goins of Asheboro and three Sisters mrs. Louvima Kelly and mrs. Ordna Montgomery both of Chillicothe Ohio and mrs. Clora dials of Portsmouth Ohio. The body is at Ridge Mcdowell funeral Home in Asheboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. We have moved approximately 2 Miles South of old location on Hwy. 311. Beyond the Archdale City limits. Nichols Cycle sales amp service july Sale exceptional savings on All Bassett bedroom groups includes doer Dresser Mirror Chest headboard and nightstand. Two floors of Beautiful groups to select from. Wood Armfield furniture co. 460-62-64 s. Main ask about our 5 payment Pion with no interest. Telephone 888-4260 budget terms invited Kernersville mrs. Wilma Virginia Hayworth Hill 57, of 2539 Holmes St., Jacksonville Fla., died wednesday in Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville. Site had been seriously ill three months. She was born in Davidson county july to 1915, a daughter of Basum Clay and Eliza Elizabeth Craven Hayworth. She had been a resident of Jacksonville for 20 years and was owner and operator of Wilma s hair stylists at Jacksonville Beach. She was a member of first Baptist a search in Jacksonville. Surviving Are her husband Lawrence Hill of the Home her Mother mrs. Eliza Hayworth of it. 6, Winston Salem three Sisters mrs. John e. Motsinger of of. 6, Winston Salem and mrs. Benson l. Pierce and mrs. Bruce e. Weavil. Both of High Point and one brother Phel Hayworth of Gainesville Fla. Funeral will be at la . Saturday at Pierce funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in it. Peasant United methodist Church cemetery in Davidson county. The family will be at the Home of mrs. Motsinger and at the funeral Home Friday from 7 until 9. Greensboro James g. Durham 69, of 3706 Cameron ave. Died wednesday in a Greensboro Hospital. He was a native of Stokes county had lived in Greensboro 55 years and was a retired revolution Plant employee of Cone Mills. He was a member of Northside Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Juatola c. Durham three daughters miss boots Durham and mrs. Sue Wilson both of the Home and mrs. J. G. Durham Mildred Lewey of Greensboro three sons Bobby Durham of the Home and Kenneth and Melvin Durham both of Greensboro a Stepson Michael Poteat of Asheboro a sister mrs. Bessie Sheraw of Madison and a brother Richard Durham of Martinsville a. Funeral will be held at 4 pm. Friday at Lambeth Troxler Chapel. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. High Point Enterprise thursday july 20, 1972 by want ads bring results we install White baked enamel Alcoa maintenance free gutters and downspouts % Koffman Hunt Tjui coverings co. 762 n. Main St. Tel. 882-8147 ii on the blink i Well fix it in a Wink bothered by fuzzy hazy to screens tired of Static prone radios want better stereo sound. We can help. Whenever you have electronic troubles Call us. Well fix them in a Wink with the right parts you need. Charlies radi0-t.v. Siles ind service 512 English Road phone 885-8916 Ettl Lark �?~�?�7t a a err card Tad a my s ii 6-1 ant it . Capacity Spencer Parlier rr0s. 2515 s. Main St. A phone 884-8340 High Point. N. Store hours . 9 to 9. Tues. Wed., thurs. 8t sat. 9 to 6. It to

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