High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 13 1974, Page 34

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Amp funerals mrs. Briles Dies wednesday 2d High Point Enterprise. Thursday. June la 1174 deaths Allen r. Hill. Thomasville Allen Ray Hill. 72. Of us Amazon rd., died tuesday night in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been critically 111 for two weeks or Hill was bom october la 1901 in Davidson county he was a retired employee of Erwin Lambeth furniture co. And was a member of Woodmen of the world he was a charter member of Southside Baptist Church a trustee and a member of the sunday school surviving Are his wife. Myrtle Hicks Hill of the Home four daughters. Mrs. Ruby Leonard. Mrs Robert Bernice Newsom. Mrs. Roy it Auta Mae Hill and mrs Gratis Lois it Marshall All of Thomasville four sons. Roy. Richard. Dalton and Raymond Hill All of Thomasville 29 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren funeral will be held Friday at 2 30 pm. At Southside Baptist Church by the revs. Charlet f Groome and b v. Broadway burial will be in the Holly Hill cemetery the family will be at Siler funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight mrs Lillie Long Lexington mrs. Lillie g Long. 90. Of 152 link Circle died tuesday night at new Haven nursing Home she was bom in Durham but had lived in Lexington 50 years she was a member of first Baptist Church of Lexington where she served on the deaconess Board surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Leslie Williams of new York City mrs Dorothy Williams of Philadelphia. And mrs Lithe Baldeagle of Lexington seven sons Denako Mug of Alexandria Arobert Long of Huntington. By. Travis Long of Atlanta. And Richard Long. V. K. A Long jr., William Long and Edward Long a of Lexington 16 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren and three Sisters. Mrs Maggie Dunn and mrs Mattie Green both of Durham and mrs. Effle Meroney of Atlantic City no funeral will be conducted at 4 p in Friday at first Baptist Church mrs. Cora Thornton mrs Cora Bundy Thornton. 95. Of i 2, pleasant Harden died wednesday night in Forsyth memorial Hospital. Winston Salem where she had been a patient for one week mrs Thornton was bom april 21. 1879 in Jamestown to John and Ellen Jones Bundy her husband. Fred Campbell Thornton died March 15. 1971 she was a member of pleasant Garden i oiled methodist Church. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs p. V. Lena Jackson of it. 2, pleasant Garden and mrs. Stanza t. Lotions of new York City four grandchildren one sister mrs Dave Welsh of Seattle Wash. Is great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday in Sechrest Chapel by Rev. Marlon Workman. Burial will be in deep River friends cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home Friday night from 7 until 9 Thomasville mrs. Pansy Mac Jordon Briles. 85, of 1009 Blair St. And wife of the late Virgil s. Bites or. Died at Liberty House nursing Home in Thomasville wednesday evening following eight years of declining health. Mrs. Briles was bom in Thomasville sept. 22, 1888 to Adolphus Mart me and Fanny Dora Suggs Jordon and had spent her entire life in Thomasville. She was last employed at the Ragan knitting co. And was a member of Trinity United methodist Church. She was also an honorary member of the Church administrative Board or. Bales died oct. 27, 1927. Surviving Are four daughters. Mrs. Odell Mary Watford of re 2, Thomasville mrs. Gray Virginia Snider of 315 Brewer St., Thomasville mrs Everett Dorothy Hunt of 904 Cardinal pl., Thomasville and miss Fannie Lou Briles of the Home three sons. George w Briles of 140 Lakeview cr., Thomasville John f Briles of Danville. A and Virgil s. Briles or. Of route 2, Polkton. . One sister mrs u. E. Frances Davis of 605 Pennington ave., Thomasville 13 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2 . In j. C. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. Henry c. Thompson and the Rev Fred Bryson. Burial will be in Fairview United methodist Church cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight and at the Home on Blair Street. H. E. Craighead funeral for Harry e. Craighead 73, of 320 Coltrane St., who died tuesday at High Point memorial Hospital will be held at 2 pm. Friday at Sechrest Chapel. Burial will be at Oaklawn memorial gardens in Winston Salem. A native of Floyd county va., he was a retired furniture worker. Surviving Are a daughter. Mrs Newassa Conner of a. A sister mrs. Ethel Carr of tip top va., and three Brothers Russell Craighead of Bluefield va., Norris Craighead Lenola of w. Va., and Layne Craighead of Miami Fla the family will be at Sechrest funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight o. A. Zachary or. Sanford Otis Allen Zachary or. 74, of 2511 Academy St died tuesday surviving Are his wife Clara Wade Zachary a son Allen Zachary or. Of Galax a. Two Brothers James Zachary of Salisbury and w. M. Zachary of Marion five Sisters. Mrs. B. T. Hudson of Erwin mrs. Royden Keams ter of Salisbury mrs. Jan Jay of Mooresville mrs. Mary Coulter of Lexington and mrs. John Howard of Marysville Tenn. Funeral was to be Beld at 4 . Today in Jonesboro in rated methodist Church by the Rev. Everett Eason. Burial was to be in Jonesboro cemetery. Thomas infant Newton Kimberly Dawn Thomas infant daughter of or. And mrs. Jerry Thomas of Newton died wednesday evening. She is survived in addition to her parents by a brother Christopher Montgomery Thomas maternal grandparents or. And mrs. James Foster of Model farm Road. High Point and paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. O. M Thomas of Ferndale Boulevard. High Point. Graveside services will be held at la a in. Friday at Floral Garden cemetery by the Rev. Larry Wilkinson and the Rev. H. R. Ashmore. M. O. Williams Concord funeral arrangements for Melvin Osborne Williams. 53, who died tuesday were to be held at 4 . Today at the Epworth United methodist Church. Burial was to be in Oakwood cemetery. C. C. Childress Dies in Hospital Thomasville car a Clinton Childress. 75, of 314 Sheraton ave., High Point died today at 12 05 . At Community general Hospital. He had been ill for several months and was critically til for one week or. Childress was bom in Powhatan. Va., Augustio 1898, to George Edward and Jane Elisabeth Davis Childress. He had been a resident of High Point for 18 years and was last employed for Dehart motor lines. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Fannie Geneva Hopkins Childress of 1404 Bradshaw St., High Point seven daughters. Mrs. Billy Ray Geraldine Joyce of 506-b Whiteoak St., mrs. Bobby Peggy Long of 523-a Ward St., mrs. Billy Martha Baxley of 505-a Whiteoak St., mrs. Larry Linda Tilley of 314 Sheraton ave., mrs. Raymond Thelma Austin of 304-a Phillips St. In. Jerry Colleen Alford of Morganton and in. David Dolores Bowman of Tennessee two sons James Childress of it. 6, Thomasville and Walter Childress of Valdese three Sisters. In. Corine Brown and miss Bernice Childress both of Richmond. Va., and in. Ida Walker of Louisa county a. Three Bro then Eddie Lester and Holman All of Richmond a. And 25 grandchildren. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At Greenwood Baptist Church by the Rev. Edgar l. Christie. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday evening 7 until 9 and at the Home of the ton James Childress of Lakeview drive Thomasville. La o. Russell funeral for Lonnie o. Russell 73, of 3305 Archdale rd., who died wednesday will be held a to . Friday in Sechrest Chapel burial will be at the Center United methodist Church. A native of Montgomery county he had been a resident of High Point 25 years. He was a bookkeeper for the Badin aluminium co. Until he retired in 1968. Surviving it his sister mra. C. D. Finch of Archdale. National Ballet suspends after Large deficit Washington a the National Ballet this City Only major resident professional dance troupe suspended operations wednesday dung a 8300.000 deficit drunk driving suspects fined Calvin Dalton Davit 47, of English Road and David Ray Hunt 22, of Ridgecrest drive were Given 90-Day suspended sentences wednesday after being convicted of Drunken driving in District court. Each defendant also was fined Hoo and costs. James h. Manning. 25. Of n. Main Street was Given 60 Days suspended and fined 825 and costs on a charge of uttering a forged Check. Sino 18 of service 1301 i. Ii Noton Ayi. To mortuary phone 883-504s 182 Chestnut or. 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