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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point eater Price monday july and funerals Hilton funeral set tuesday Thomasville George Dewey Hilton 75 of route 6 Hasty school Community died at High Point memorial Hospital sunday at 3 pm following l of declining health and after being critical ii for the past two weeks or Hilton was born in Davidson county Jan 41899 a son of the late Robert Thomas and Hattie peace Hilton and had spent his entire life in the Thomasville Community or Hilton was a retired Farmer and a member of pleasant Grove United methodist Church survivors Are nieces and nephews funeral will be held tues Day at 2 pm in j c Green and sons Chapel by the Rev Coy Crowe and the Rev Clayton Kennedy burial will be in pleasant Grove United methodist Church cemetery the body will remain at j c Green and sons until the hour of service the family will be at the Home of Bill Hilton it 6 Thomasville and at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 Berry t Boykin Graham funeral for Berry Thomas Boykin will be held tuesday at 4 pm at Mcclure funeral Home by the Rev m o Lineberry and the Rev Frank Gribble burial will be in Graham memorial Park the body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 or Boykin died saturday in Alamance county Hospital mrs Mae Tysinger funeral for mrs Mae Morgan Tysinger will be held tuesday at 2 pm at Erindale Baptist Church by the Rev Stanley Earomirski and the Rev Ray Long burial will be in Glenola Baptist Church cemetery the body will re main at the 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 the family requests that memorials be directed to Juanita Hamilton missionary for child evangelism mrs Tysinger 49 of Brooksville Fla died Satur Day at 6 am in High Point memorial Hospital miss Sherry Dorsett Thomasville miss Sherry Laraine Dorsett 17 of it 11 Silver Valley Community Lexington died at Randolph memorial Hospital in Asheboro at am sunday she had been critically ill for one week she was born in Davidson county a daughter of Elzie Dorsett and Varnall Leonard Dorsett she attended Silver Valley elementary school and was a member of Silver Valley lutheran Church surviving Are her Mother mrs Vernall Leonard Dorsett two Sisters miss Sharon Lynn Dorsett of the Home and mrs Jeanette Klass of it 2 Lexington a brother buddy Dorsett of the Home and maternal or and mrs Albert Weavil of route 1 funeral will be held at pm tuesday at Siler funeral Home Chapel burial will be in Cid United methodist Church cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mortuary phone 8855045 102 Chestnut or tuesday mrs Mae Morgan Tysinger 2pm trends be Baptist Church incomplete William Cates since 1897 Sechrest service i1301 e Lexington ave 8822555 8852145 National is Licero death claims w j Cates William Jasper Cates 57 of 1204 Cloverdale St died Day at am in North Carolina Baptist Hospital he had been in declining health three years and in condition four weeks or Cates was born dec 251916 in Alamance county a son of James and Zonia Murray a resident of High Point since 1925 he was an employee of Cloverdale Dye works and a member of american legion Post 206 he was a Veteran of world War ii having served with the us army he was of the Baptist Faith on aug 23 1941 he was married to Juanita Caudle who survives of the Home surviving in addition to his wife Are two Sisters mrs Bill Vallie Childress of it 1 Sophia and mrs Oscar Lillie Lamb of 110 Culler place the body will remain at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements mrs Maude Bullard Randleman mrs Maude Ward Bullard 77 of it 1 pleasant Garden died saturday in Randolph Hospital in Asheboro she was a member of Centre friends meeting and the United society of friends women of the Church surviving Are two sons George c Bullard of High Point and James l Bullard of Greensboro and a daughter mrs Leonard Breedlove of it 1 pleasant Garden funeral was to be held at 4 pm today at Centre friends meeting by Bob Medford burial was to be in the Church cemetery mrs Earl Cranford Asheboro mrs Zora Norton Cranford 68 of route 7 died sunday in no memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill she was formerly employed with Bossong hosiery Mills surviving Are her husband Earl Cranford two Sisters mrs Catherine Beard of Fayetteville and mrs Grace b Freeman of Louisa a and two Brothers Hoberland Luther Norton both of Crew a funeral will be held at 2 pm tuesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel burial will be in Randolph memorial Park n g Guyer Greensboro Nathan Gaither Guyer 85 of it 8 Sumner died sunday in Wesley Long Hospital he was a native of Guilford county and was a charter member of Sumner missionary Baptist Church surviving Are a daughter mrs j w Middleton of the Home a son j a Guyer of Greensboro and a brother Clarence Guyer of Randleman funeral will be held at 2 pm tuesday at Hanes Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel by the Rev Allred and the Rev Billy Hoffman burial will be in Guilford memorial Park the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 t f Dyson Biscoe Tommie Franklin Dyson 76 of Biscoe died in Montgomery nursing Home sunday he was a member of the Woodmen of the world Lodge in Biscoe and the masonic Lodge he was a member and elder at Biscoe presbyterian Church surviving Are his wife mrs Lena Dyson of the Home a son j m Dyson of Warren ton a three daughters mrs Clinton Spivey of Biscoe mrs Donayre Bailey of Greenville and mrs Paul Maness of High Point and a sister mrs Elizabeth Huggins of Aynor so funeral will be held at 3 pm tuesday at Biscoe presbyterian Church burial will be in Biscoe cemetery the family will be at Phillips funeral Home Star tonight 7 to 9 a Victory the Victory symphony was a nickname for Beethoven fifth symphony was coined Dur ing world War ii because its opening theme of the first movement became associated with the Morse code signal for v mrs l f Long Fayetteville mrs Perdita Cranford Long 50 of 108 Sunset ave died sunday in Duke Hospital she was a former High Point resident survivors include her husband Leonard f Long of the Home two daughters mrs Patricia d Prather of Fayetteville and mrs Shirley a Dick of Homer la one son Leonard f Long of the Home her Mother mrs Martha Cranford of High Point one sister mrs Edna Weaver of High Point one brother Clyde Cranford of Houston Texas and one grandchild funeral will be held tues Day at 4 pm Jernigan Warren funeral Home Chapel burial will be in Rock fish cemetery Joseph c Crawford Iii Joseph Clarence Crawford Iii 43 of 2530 Bluefield St Durham died sunday at am in the veterans Hospital following hospitalization of two weeks and declining health of two years or Crawford was born in High Point feb 26 1931 a son of Joseph c and Alice Broadway Crawford or he attended the Public schools of High Point and a t state University he was a Veteran of world War ii and the korean War serving As paratrooper in the 82nd air borne division survivors include his wife mrs Fonda Steele Crawford of the Home one daughter miss Robinette Denise Craw Ford of the Home his parents or and mrs j c Crawford or of 300 Windley St one sister mrs Mignonette Steed of 711 Runyon or one brother James Crawford of High Point paternal grand Mother mrs Odessa Craw Ford of High Point and maternal grandmother mrs Ethel Broadway of Baltimore my funeral will be wednesday at pm at Haizlip funeral Chapel burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden the body will re main at Haizlip funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Chapel tues Day 7 to 9 pm and at the Home of or and mrs Calvin Steed or 711 Runyon or death ruled As accidental medical examiner or Eugene Terrell said today that the death of miss Sharon sue Penley 24 of Long Street had been ruled accidental or Terrell said the results of an autopsy performed in Chapel Hill showed that her death was caused by a combination of alcohol and medication for a headache according to a report filed by Guilford county deputies after miss Penley body was found in a friends apartment at Jamestown Village miss Penley had been drinking heavily at a Jamestown tavern and had taken medication for a headache pc expects fund total of contributions to the annual giving fund of High Point College Are expected to exceed for the fiscal year ended May 31 the final figure will be announced at an executive committee meeting of the alumni Assn on july 24 Over 1400 contributions have been received by the alumni Headquarters at High Point College the gifts Are transferred to the general operational expenses of the College National chairman of the annual giving fund is Robert b Rankin Secretary treasurer of Haywood Rankin insurance the executive committee will also hear a report of suggested changes for the associations Constitution chairman of the constitutional committee is Lyles h Kearns vice presi Dent of Youngs Rug and furniture co inc presiding officer at the luncheon meeting in the Holt Mcpherson Campus Center will be mrs Dell c Johnson Winston Salem president of the alumni association the one sure Way to have no future is to live in the belief that the future is tomorrow Board refuses ask Andy rezoning bid by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro the Guilford county Board of commissioners today denied a request for rezoning of a 260acre tract Northwest of Greensboro for a planned unit development the Deci Sion was made after hearing pleas from a standing room Only crowd representing residents of the Community Kent Lively a resident of the area where the rezoning was asked told com missioners that the Community located along Flem ing Road does not want attempted fro Page in them with Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana they were Mike Jay Burget 20 of Barker Street Thomas Dale Grice 21 of w Kearns Street and Nicholas holdbrook Holden 19 of s main Street patrolmen arrested Judy Parrish Richardson 27 of it 3 Thomasville on charges of Drunken driving failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren and resisting delaying and obstructing an officer also charged with Drunken driving Over the weekend by patrolmen were Harold Delano Richardson 40 of it 6 Thomasville Charles Ray Flower 31 of Willow Street and Thomas Duncan Butler 60 of Jamestown Texas youth is killed in Accident red Cross a Liberty woman has been charged with exceeding a Safe Speed following an Accident Satur Day which resulted in the death of 15yearold Varser Michell Burnette of Garland Texas Highway patrolman w p Garner said Burnette was a passenger in a 1969 Model pickup truck driven about Miles East of red Cross by Deborah Lois Ferguson he said the truck was headed West on a Rural unpaved Road when it went out of control crossed the Road several times then struck an embankment and overturned the Driver was taken to Randolph Hospital where she was admitted with multiple injuries youths charged with school vandalism Thomasville Thomasville police today released the name of a 16 year old youth charged in connection with the sunday night vandalizing of main Street elementary school two other juvenile males were also arrested in connection with the incident police said Richard Lee Shively of Mon lieu Avenue was charged with felonious breaking and entering and attempted arson a wooden desk was reportedly stuffed with papers and ignited the Thomasville fire dept received an Anonymous phone Call at pm who said that smoke was coming out of the three Story Brick building Over 20 rooms cleaned last week in preparation for the opening of school were ran sacked with books and papers strewn on the floor principal Jennings Withers said Withers said it will take three to four Days to clean the rooms oldest statehouse the Maryland state House built in 1722 was briefly the seat of the Continental Congress the Structure is the oldest state House still in use expanded it now houses the offices of the governor and the state legislature and 8897867 to report All drug pushers Call Day or night report any facts to help identify a Pusher you dont have to identify yourself and Calls cannot be traced Hill Chi the comm Llort 7 property any less in size or statue than what we already have because smaller units tend to devalue land another area resident Al Lewis claimed that Small builders gain very Little from operations by big firms such As the Ervin co which was seeking the rezoning he urged creation of a special panel to study the Long term effects of tract building by Large companies other residents emphasized the area located near the county Only planned unit development How into Early stages of construction is largely a single family residential Community faced with a poor Road system that already carries a heavy volume of traffic i speaking for the Board commissioners Percy Sears said he feels the rezoning re quest for land on the Fleming Road is quite a bit premature commissioners voted unanimously to deny the request which had been appealed after the Guilford county planning Board had recommended its denial cyclist injured Early sunday Thomasville Kirby l Kennedy of it 4 Thomasville was reported in satisfactory condition but still under intensive care to Day following a motorcycle mishap Early sunday officials at Community general Hospital originally reported Kennedy in critical condition after he reportedly lost control of the motorcycle on Ragan Road about am in a separate Accident two Greensboro women Verenda Rae Smith 22 and Deborah Dinae Frye 21 sustained minor injuries when the motorcycle they were Riding had a Flat tire and overturned saturday afternoon they were treated at Community general Hospital and released following the pm Accident on 185 near Pilot elementary school Andy sends a Complete 20 volume set of the Merit students encyclopedia to Joan Fleckenstein age 11 of Medicine hat Alberta Canada for her question Why do men want to go to the Moon people depended on Wilbur and Orville to fix their bikes but the Young Wright Brothers dreamed of travelling by air they studied All the possibilities and at last were ready to test their fantastic invention As you know this was the first successful engine driven air plane but you know the people Back Home complained the said that the Wrights should Stop wasting time and tend to their bicycle shop nobody paid much attention when the Wright Brothers invented the air plane aside from those who said it was a waste of time certainly on december 17 1903 nobody dreamed that their first flight would Lead to the fabulous air age it seems that everybody forgot that the world and especially human history must keep changing and each step Forward depends on ideas and Brave dreams it also Calls for enormous Effort and sometimes for sacrifices we live at the beginning of the space age when for the first time in human history we realize that it is possible for earthlings to visit other worlds this is a fantastic dream of the Ages and in electric from Page in government before relinquishing office the previous City Council directed that the electrical operations be taken from under the City utilities dept and placed in a separate department City manager Harold Cheek is in the process of making the change now our time we have seen the first of it proved possible a doubt that is the main reason Why men wished to land on the Moon surely every Young spa eager dreams of voyaging to visit another the first Small step has succeeded for our nearest otherworld is the Moon the age of air plane flight was costly very costly but the rewards were far greater than anyone expected the space age is a far More stupendous Advance so one would expect it to be even More costly and so it is one also would expect it to produce a lot of rewards and it so happens that the benefits has turned out to surpass everybody wildest on reason for this is the fact that space is a new environment that Calls for new everything it was necessary to design special clothes and food air and water systems for spacemen special spacecraft need special fuels metals and chemicals All these new items were devised to make the space age possible but hundreds of them also Are used to improve everyday items Down Here on the ground perhaps the greatest Benefit occurred behind the scenes scientists were becoming so specialized that it was hard to understand what experts in other Fields were doing space is a new realm that Calls for changes in everything the space age called for experts in All Fields to give their Best different specialists Learned to Exchange ideas and work together As teams All sorts of new space age items already Are used in our everyday lives space age satellites Send Down global pictures of the weather and Velay Long distance to other satellites Survey water and Mineral resources and spot crop diseases related to global food supplies All these and countless other bonuses Are ours because men wanted to go to the Moon and teams of experts worked like heroes to make this possible Andy sends a seve volum set of the chronicles of narnia to Ronnie Fowler age 9 of Boiestown no Canada for his question what Are freckles we might say that those Nice freckles on your Cheeks Are tosses left by Friendly sunbeams in any Case almost always they Are put there by the shining Sun actually Sunshine does not paint Dancy Brown freckles on the skin the skin comes in several layers and the Brownish material was there All the time in a lower layer the Sunshine just brought speckled patches of the color to the where everybody can Admire them freckles get their color from a Brownish material called Melanin the body makes this stuff to color eyes and hair and there is always some of it Down in the deeper layers of the skin dark skinned people have More Melanin closer to the surface Light skinned people have less when Light skinned people stay in the Sun Melanin brings its Brown tints to the top of the skin it May form an even spread of Tan or speckled rashes of Brownish freckles i baby soft suedes restored 1670 English the 1153101 put Trust in us for peace of mind our concern and tinder standing enables us to handle every arrangement take care of smallest details Haizlip funeral Home inc 206 fourth St High Point phone8824134 108 Church Street Thomasville mites go based on German Industry ten track Standard no other Wagon has Al this or is Likely to not for years Volkswagen Calls it the perfect station Wagon or unloaded wet roads and dry it onto fonts time Dasher is a powerful car that also needs maintenance once every 10000 mile gets about 25 Miles to the gallon it s Small and it has the amazing ski breaker when one enough to be a cinch to Park big enough to of the car is ride 0fj come with a specially designed rear suspension surface ski breaker forces Dasher to move in a for taking heavy loads and a Low loading plat straight line As you form that Means no muscle required for Load if the Dasher Wagon sounds ahead of its time tag Brocenes bicycles Etc Dasher has fron youre right of it but your nearest wheel drive that does some nifty Road holding Volkswagen dealer now nearest w kind of Volkswagen Don Gilstrap inc 2307 North main St High Point 1h 1974

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