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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday Jane a 1974 deaths and funerals death claims mrs. Martin mrs. Grace Hall Martin of i312-a Eaton place died at 3 p in. Sunday in North Carolina Baptist Hospital. Winston Salem she had been critically ill for three weeks mrs Martin was bom in Stokes county a daughter of Robert l. And Viola Clark Hall. She was a resident of High Point for 45 years and was married in 192? to William Marion Martin he died oct 4. 196 a realtor she was associated with Wright realty company and was a member of the High Point Board of realtors she was a member of Emery Wood Baptist Church. Surviving Are one daughter mrs Joseph it Jerri Trepke of Atlanta. A. Three Sisters mrs. Lillian Hall Gunter of Rowena apartments. Mrs Otis Alma Tucker of Lawsonville and mrs. Francis it Irene Watson of 2301 e Lexington ave. And one brother. John r. Hall of Welch. W a. Funeral will be held at la am. Wednesday in Emerywood Baptist Church by or l. H Hollingsworth burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the Home of a sister mrs. Watson 2301 e. Lexington ave and at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 until 9 the family requests that memorials be directed to the american cancer society or the Cha iriv of one s Choice rather than the funeral. Mrs r. E. Ledbetter Hendersonville mrs. Richard e. Rosa Ledbetter. 86, of Hendersonville died sunday in Margaret r Perdue Hospital where she had been a patient for several weeks and was critically ill four Days surviving Are five daughters mrs Bessie fore Ritchey of Denton Road Thomasville. Miss Beth Ledbetter and mrs Mary Hix. Both of the Home mrs. Glenn Jones of route i Edneyville and mrs Donald Beddingfield of it. 2, Fruitland and five sons. William Ledbetter of Santa Monica Calif. Paul Ledbetter of Georgia Clarence Ledbetter of Houston Tex. Kenneth and George Ledbetter both of r. I Edneyville funeral will be held thursday at la a in at mount Moriah Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Shepherd funeral Home. Hendersonville until taken to the Home wednesday morning mrs. Elizabeth Bass Randleman a funeral for mrs. Elizabeth Plummer Bass 62, of route i. Who died May 31, in High Point Hospital will be held at 4 p in tuesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Lee Stewart burial will be in Randolph memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 san of 1697 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 to to to it. Aft 7 National / Salt crts i morticians tuesday mrs. Kathyn Mccarter Ricks cams Chreso Chapel mrs. Sarah Gullege pm Cut Chapel wednesday mrs. Grace Hall Martin am Imery Ood Baptist Church Joseph Alfred Mizell Mizell funeral set tuesday Joseph Alfred Mizell. 89. Of 1601 e Lexington ave died in High Point memorial Hospital sunday at 9 20 a in. Following two Days hospitalization and several months declining health. He was bom in Martin county april 26.1885 a son of the Rev. Daniel a and Susan Hardiston Mizell. He was married to Florence Trogdon in 1944 As a Young Man he was an auctioneer with the Penny Brothers land auction co he founded j. A. Mizell lumber and veneer co 45 years ago and he continued to operate it until his death he was a member of the Sudan shrine Temple. Numa f. Reid Lodge no 344. A f. It am. Emerywood country club and a charter member of the fort Lauderdale Yatch club. He was a former member of rotary Certoma and elks clubs he was a member of the first United methodist Church the Pickett Bible class of the Church and a former member of the Board of stewards of the Church surviving Are his wife of the Piedmont Christian Home and one sister. Mrs Carne Manning of Hamilton funeral will be held in first methodist Church c Hapel tuesday at la a in by the Rev Richard Crowder. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church at to 30 a in. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Members of the Pickett Bible class of the Church will serve As honorary pallbearers. C h Coates Inwood Charlie h Coates 86, of route i died sunday at Lexington memorial Hospital. He was a native of Davidson county and a retired Farmer he was the oldest charter member of Greer s Chapel United methodist Church surviving Are his wife. Mrs Ida Loflin Coates of the Home two daughters mrs Jack Leonard of Lexington and mrs. Louise Wilson of Hamlet and four sons James t. Coates Charlie h. Coates or. And Homer Lee Coates All of it. I. Linwood and Billy Edward Coates of Spencer. Memorials May be made to Greer a Chapel United methodist Church. Funeral will be held at 4 . Tuesday at Greer s Chapel United methodist Church. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. P. T. Sharpe Lexington Paul ted Sharpe. To of route 5. Died sunday in Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem Atter an illness of two weeks he was a Davidson county native and a retired Armer. He was a member of Pine primitive Baptist Church surviving Are his wife mrs Mary Frank Sharpe of the Home three daughters mrs. Thomas mock or. Of Salisbury mrs. Arnold Swicegood and mrs. James Parks both of it. I Linwood and two Brothers Roger Sharpe of it 5. Lexington and Bennie Sharpe of it. I Linwood funeral will be held at 4 pm tuesday at Pine primitive Baptist Church. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Dent rite refits dentures in minutes ind denture misery Lav ii talk eat without worry a 4 available it ill Minn drug stores mrs. Ricks Dies at 22 mrs. Kathryn Mccarter Ricks 22. Of 305 Fife St Thomasville. Died at 1.20 a in. Sunday in Community general Hospital Thomasville she had been critically ill three months. Mrs. Ricks was born dec. 7, 1951. In South Amboy n. J., a daughter of William Franklin and Jacqulene Whitaker Mccarter she was a resident of this area for the past four years. She was a graduate of the Sayreville High school Sayreville n. On feb 14. 1971, she was married to Clifton West Ricks or. She was employed at Amazon Cotton Mill she was a member of the first Baptist Church South Amboy. N. Surviving Are her husband Ninon w Ricks or. Of the Home her parents or and mrs w Illiam f Mccarter of South Amboy . Grandparents. Or and mrs Roy f. Mccarter of 609 Whittier ave and or. And mrs Winfred Winslow of 64 Lakeview or Thomasville great grandmother. Mrs. Mattie Whitaker of Clemmon. One sister mus Judith Mccarter of South Amboy n y. And one brother William f. Mccarter or. Of South Amboy n a funeral wit be held at la a in. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev Richard Young burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the Home of the grandparents 609 Whittier ave., and at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Dewitt Mennig Eft Lexington Dewitt Penniger 79, of 114 Queen re died sunday in Lexington memorial Hospital after an illness of several years. He was a Veteran of world War i and a charter member of vow Post 3074 he was a retired employee of w Annonah Mill and was a member of Trinity United methodist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs Eda Walser pen Ger two sons. Conrad and Jurl pen Ger both of Lexington two Brothers. Jeff and Irvin pen Ger both of Lexington and a sister. Mrs. Della Stanley of Hickory funeral will be held at 4 p in. Tuesday at Trinity United methodist Church by the Rev Robert Oakley. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery with military rites. The body is at Davidson funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Ernest b. Hall Ernest Brown Hall 59, of 9024 w. Kivett or. Died saturday at 8 pm in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health two years and in a critical condition two Days or. Hall was born dec 22, 1914, in Landrum so a son of Fred Brown and Ola Mills Hall he had been a resident of the High Point area for about 25 years and was employed by High Point face veneer. He was married to miss Ruby Trammell who died dec 25, 1958 funeral will be held tuesday at la a m. At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. J d Allgood burial will be m Oakwood 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 8 mrs. Gulledge is dead at 63 mrs Sara Guido de. 63. Of 1213 e. Russell ave. Died at less pm. Saturday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for three Days she had been critically ill three Days mrs Gulledge was bom aug 15. 1910, to Griffin ga., a daughter of George and Salty Mccoy Gulledge. She was a resident of High Point 45 years and was married in 1926 to Roy Frank Gulledge. Before her retirement two years ago she was employed at Amos hosiery Mill. She was a member of Green Street Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband. Royf Gulledge of the Home one daughter. Mrs. Ray Betty Atkins of 3203 we 11 my Ford or. One son. Robert f. Gulledge of Greensboro five grandchildren two great grandchildren and one brother Jack Gulledge of Griffin. A. Funeral will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by or. E. A Price or. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight ? until 9. Mrs r. A. Davis or Greensboro mrs Irene Chandler Davis. 73, of it. To. Sharpe Road died sunday at Piedmont Christian Home in High Point she was a native of Surry county and had spent most of her life Here she was a member of first Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband. Ralph a Davis or two sons. Ralph a. Davis or. Of Jamestown and William m. Davis of Greensboro three daughters. Mrs. Frances Brownlee of Richmond. Arms George m Cathey of Charlotte and mrs Brice m. Greeson of Greensboro a brother. Squire Chandler of Greensboro and three Sisters mrs. Ronald Steele of Greensboro mrs. Ada Stone of Winston Salem and mrs. Cora Robinson of Brooklyn n y. Funeral will be held at la a in tuesday at Hanes Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel by or. Alton Mceachem burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 and at 4014 n. Fremont or. 19-year-old from Page in driveway tile and overturned against a tree or Varner was bom july 23.1954 in Baltimore. Mya son of Zeb v. And Doris Hunt Varner he had spent most of his life in this area and was educated at Randleman High school he was employed by heed Supply co. And he was a member of Hilliard memorial Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs Wanda s. Varner of High Point his parents. Or. And mrs. Zeb v. Varner of the Home a half sister miss Faye Owens of Denton two half Brothers Roger Dale Hunt of it. 2, Lexington and Ronald Jarrell Hunt of Thomasville and his grandparents or and mrs. Dave Hunt of Thomasville and mrs. Nora Varner of Juanita Street funeral will be held tuesday at 3 . In Calvin c. Orrell Liberty Road Chapel by the Rev. Frank Bullins. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery in Thomasville the family will be at Orrell s tonight 7 to 9. D. M. Collins Pilot Mountain Manuel coins 83. Of route 2, died saturday in forty the memorial Hospital. He was a Surry county native and was a retired Farmer he was a member of Brimm s Grove Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Cordie Roberts Collins. Six daughters. Mrs Simon coins mrs John Nunn and mrs. Ralph Coble All of Greensboro mrs. Bernie ring of it. 2, mount airy. Mrs Raymond Malone of mount Juliet tenn., mrs. Marvin Phillips of Mathews. Va., five sons. Thurmond and Richard Collins both of Greensboro. Leo and Clyde Collins both of it. 2, Pilot Mountain Coy Collins of Ararat. A. Five Sisters. Mrs. George Baker of Greensboro. Mrs Ida Baker of Stokesdale. Mrs. Martha Morefield of Westfield and mrs Jattie Gibson and mrs. Albert Nunn both of it. 2. Pilot Mountain and a brother. John Collins of High Point. Funeral was to be held at 4 today at Brimmo a Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. Bill Howard and the Rev. Jack Joyce burial was to be in the Church cemetery. Powell funeral set tuesday Claude Douglas Powell. Is. Of 611 Ashland St. Archdale. Died sunday shortly before 6 a in in North Carolina Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem he had been in a serious condition since february. He was bom March 3, 1923. In fort Payne. Alaa son of Robert l. And Polly Blalock Powell. He had lived in this area for the past 20 years and he was a sewing machine Mechanic. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Phyllis Johnson of Chickamauga a. His Mother mrs. Polly Powell of Atlanta a. Four Sisters mrs. Lillian Bailey of Marietta. A. Mrs. Mary Rico of it. 3. Summerville. Arms. Audena Campbell of Trion ga., and mrs. Mildred Wilkinson of Rome a. And our Brothers Clinton Powell of 611 Ashland St Deus re Powell of Dallas ga., capt. Russell Powell of it. Jackson s.c., and Cordell Powell of Trion. A. Funeral will be held tuesday in Summerville. A. The body is at Calvin c. Orrell Liberty Road Chapel and was to be flown to j. D. Hill funeral Home in Summerville late today. City bios Moi la property valued at 130.000, Cheek noted. Revenues expect Able from the City a electrical distribution system Are a record Sii 9 million up from $82 million estimated for 1973-74. Part of the increase is projected in Power sales but much of it is derived from recent increases in electrical rate. The City according to Cheek can expect Only about la 4 million from Federal Revenue sharing As compared with Over $2 million last year. A the City Council has until june 30 to adopt the budget and set the tax rate. Low turnout is expected in Randolph Asheboro run Dolphi county election officials Are estimating the Cost of tuesday s second primary at $10 000, but they say Are finding Little or no Public Alexander rom Moi la Randolph will raise tax Asheboro Randolph county commissioners met in june session today to tentatively set a 1974-75 budget calling for expenditures of $13 million and with a tax increase from one to two cents 56 cents or 56 cents per Huo property valuation the budget if approved As presently set up will be about $1.5 million More than the 1973-74 budget now in effect. Your precious old photographs copied and restore a no matter about 09 or condition a faded prints restored background removed a to Sarona color Good tone or opa i tone accent on ova Lity 1 College Village 883-6526 the first election held on May 7, when 10.164 persons voted Cost the county 120.64651. The Only race will see Randolph democrats selecting two out of three candidates to run for the state Senate in the november general elections. The candidates include Charles Vickory and Carl Smith both of Chapel Hill. And Russell Walker of Asheboro. False alarms plague firemen firemen reported today that seven malicious false alarms were turned in from alarm pull boxes from 1 30 saturday until 6 33 . Sunday. Four of the alarms came in from the Box at Commerce Avenue and Reed Street. One each was received from Commerce and Smith Street. Woodbury Avenue and Hoover Street and the Hoo Block of Tryon Street. Three juveniles All 13 years old were taken into custody at Commerce and Reed and charged with turning in one of the false alarms. Truck line Salvage a plastic pipe a building supplies a clothing a groceries a carpet a furniture a cloth a hardware hundreds of horns Many Isla wholesale open Mon. Thru sat. Confederate Salvage sales 3015 North main St. High Point . 4 j dragged his feet All she said. Levy had come to judge Alexander to a offer his services in her Campaign his ineptness she complained resulted in very late mailing of her literature most of which was Lent too late. Did the Republican party knowingly withhold support so that she win a Quot i done to know a she answered a i just know that nothing was Saki or done to encourage or support me. Of a statewide dinner for Republican women Beld in Chapel Hill april 27, she says a i was very favourably received by All the women. They read my literature but the men paid Little Why was it not until after the primary election that cop leaders chairman Bennett and gov. James Holshouser finally issued a disclaimer of their nominee a it party policy in a primary not to support one candidate against another a she said. A but Bennett assured me before the election that no statement was necessary because he was sure i would win a a the most puzzling question of All is Why might the republicans want to offer a very weak candidate thus assuring the election of a Democrat As chief Justice at this Point carefully avoiding specifics she sketched the following political scenario a in building a political organization patronage the dispensation of jobs plays a very important part. A with a Republican administration and a democratic legislature agreements and Trade offs Are often necessary to Divide the patronage. A seats on the High court Are a part of the patronage system and its vacancies have been traditionally filled on a basis of seniority. Elections can a manipulated by common agreement to achieve a desired result. If ascension to the chief Justice ship were determined purely by seniority she explained. Democratic Justice Susie Sharp would be in line or the Job. A i certainly think Justice Sharpe is Well qualified to be chief she said a i am Only against an election system which denies the people a Choice now you May borrow up to $1500 from household finance. The things you need today Cost More than they used to. That Means you re facing bigger Money needs than Ever before. Your Best answer to that problem is household finance. Pfc can now make larger Loans in the state of North Carolina Loans up to $1500. An pfc larger loan will help you get what you need he a better family car appliances or Home improvements of you have some Bills or instalment contracts an pfc larger loan will help you Clear them up. Household recommends Quot never borrow Money but if you need a larger loan now let your nearest pfc office manager know in person by phone or by mail. You la get More Money help from the lending company More people Trust. Household finance. Second mortgage Loans Are also available up to $7500 through household realty corporation. Household finance a tip it it ions an equal Opportunity la nor High Point 106 South main 882-4136 b a j d. 9 yrs. Practising attorney Guilford county partner in firm of Walker Short amp Alexander married two children member of Board of trustees of Greensboro bar association Ray Alexander democratic candidate for District attorney solicitor is not running for office on his experience alone he has ideas which he believes will solve problems and improve efficiency i non discriminatory hiring practice for for All positions without regard to race or sex. 2 court Days for guilty pleas to relieve jurors and witnesses of wasted time. 3 regular office hours for All staff members in High Point and Greensboro. Vote june 4th e5 3v4

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