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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 28, 1974, High Point, North Carolina In High Point Enterprise Friday june 28, 1974 la a deaths and funerals mrs g. L. Surratt Denton a mrs. Blanche Thompson Surratt. 72. Of i. 2. Denton died Early thursday morning at Randolph Hospital Asheboro after a Long illness. She was born in Davidson county and spent 41 years teaching in the Davidson county school system. She was a member of Canaan United methodist Church surviving Are her husband. G. I Zee Surratt of the Home. A son Jerry Surratt of i 2. Denton and a sister mrs. Bertha Copple of route 2, Dillon. Funeral will be held at la a in. Saturday at Canaan United methodist Church by the Rev. J. C. Reynolds. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the family will be at Lanier a Briggs funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. A l. Davis Siler City Alfred Lee Davis. 78. Died thursday in Chatham Hospital following two months illness he was a native of Chatham county. He was a retired furniture worker and was a member of Sandy Branch Church. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Jack Phillips of Greensboro mrs Carl Lee Cross of Ramseur and mrs Dorothy to to i ski of los Angeles. Calif. Two sons Junior Davis of it. I Bennett and Dave Davis of Asheboro and two Brothers. William and Claude Davis both of of. 2. Bear Creek. The body will remain at Smith and Buckner funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 funeral will he held at 2 p in saturday at Sandy Branch Baptist Church by the Rev. Allen Overton and the Rev Curtis e Wood burial will be in the Church cemetery mrs Nathaniel rorie mrs Betty Ingram rorie .70. Of Sis Meredith St. Died tuesday evening in High Point memorial Hospital she was born sept 4. 1943. In Anson county a daughter of june and Lula Wall Ingram she was employed at Myrtle desk co. And was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church survivors include her husband Nathaniel Rone of the Home her parents. Or. And mrs. June Ingram of High Point her step grandmother mrs. Josephine Wall of Wadesboro two Sisters misses Daisy Ruth and Annie Mae Ingram both of High Point and three Brothers. Frank Ingram of Camden n j., and Jim and Vernon Ingram both of High Point funeral will be held sunday at 2 . At Savannah a me. Zion Church. Lilesville by the Rev Frank Gibson and the Rev Wade Gatewood burial will be in the Church cemetery the body will remain at Moore funeral Home until la a in. Sunday. The family will be at the Home 515 Meredith St., and at the funeral Home saturday 7 until 9 . J. A. Caviness Asheboro a James Atlas Caviness 87. Of 523 Greensboro St. Died at hts Home thursday following a Long illness he was a lifelong resident of Randolph county and was a member of Mitchell United methodist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Mate Cheek Caviness a sister miss Corina Caviness of Greensboro and two Brothers. William and Lemuel Caviness both of Asheboro. The body is at Gaines funeral Home and the family will be there 7 to 9 . Saturday funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday at Mitchell United methodist Church by the Rev. Sophia East burial will be in the Church cemetery. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 death claims mrs. Rose mrs. Bertha Prince Rose 73. Of 2210 Ridgecrest or was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital today at 8 30 a in. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Cumby mortuary. In to a a a a a Ifni of Nai Ion Al is 11 it in morticians Friday Edwin Turlington Howard Ham. Chapel it Wesley memorial United method Church Grevet Ioe rite 4 . Salemburg n. C. A a i John m. Mcdowell pm watch memorial United methodic Church mrs. York Dies at 62 mrs. Mary Pauline York 62. Of 1118 Adams St. Died this morning in North Carolina Baptist Hospital. The body is at Cumby mortuary funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Mrs Walter Sluder funeral for mrs. Mary Robbins Andrews Sluder. 82, of Burlington was held thursday at 2 30 pm. At Rich ii Thompson Chapel Burlington burial was in Pine Hill cemetery mrs Sluder died tuesday in n Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill. Following three weeks of critical illness. She was bom in Randolph county a daughter of John j Robbins and addle Hardin Robbins she was a retired employee of Trover Mills. She was married twice her first husband was Robert Wesley Andrews and her second husband was Walter Sluder. Survivors include a son. James l. T Bill Andrews or. Of Burlington one sister mrs. Sally Hall of Randleman one brother. S. A. Robbins of Burlington one grandson five half Sisters mrs. Flora Durham and mrs Dora Bryant both of High Point. Mrs. Lillie Dorsett of Sophia. Mrs. Everlyn Bishop of Richmond. Va., and mrs. Nora Brown of Randleman and one half brother Walter Robbins of it i. Jamestown. J. W Frazier or. Kernersville Joe White pop Frazier sr., 81. Of by. I High Point. Sandy Ridge Community died today in Cone memorial Hospital he had been in declining health for one year. He was born in Guilford county of. 19. 1892. A son of Julius And Elizabeth Wood Frazier. He was married to miss Lela York on dec 24. 1916 he was a retired Farmer and merchant he had served As a Deputy sheriff in Guilford county for several years he was of the methodist Faith. Surviving Are his wife of the Home two sons. J. W. Frazier or. And Conrad Connie Frazier both of it i High Point four daughters mrs. Joe Pearl Ravle and mrs. J. Horace Lake Willard both of it. I High Point mrs. Paul Cleo Robinson of by. I Colfax and mrs. Burton Violet Fuller of new Herne eight grandchildren seven great grandchildren and one brother Charles b. Frazier of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Sunday at Sandy Ridge United methodist Church by Kenneth Cleggjr. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will be taken to the Home saturday at 4 . And will remain there until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The Rev. O. E. West Kernersville the Rev Ottie Elonzo West. 68, of 802 Graves St died thursday in Forsyth memorial Hospital following a six week illness. He was born in Buncombe county. He was founder and pastor of Freedom Baptist Church and a retired employee of Burlington industries. 1 surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Lillian Peoples West two daughters. Mrs. David Moose of Greensboro and mrs. Julius Swain of Ker a Nerville two sons Richard and Charles w est both of j Kernersville four Sisters mrs. Lillian Preston of Greensboro mrs Lottie Harrison of Kernersville mrs. Peggy Barlow of Beckley w. And mrs. I Kitty Ford of Dallas Tex. And a brother. Henry West of Kernersville. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday at Freedom Baptist Church by the Rev. Oscar Hauser. Burial will be in it. Cur cemetery. The body is at Pierce funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 mrs. Russell Caraturo funeral for mrs. Pauline Caraturo of Henderlite Street. Salisbury was held at 4 . Thursday at the Summersett funeral Home Chapel in Salisbury. Burial was in Salisbury memorial it cemetery. Mrs. Caraturo died tuesday at 7 15 . In Rowan memorial Hospital following two months of illness. She was a daughter of the late Paul and Essie Summey Eagle Barrier. She was a graduate of Spencer High school and mercy Hospital school of nursing in Charlotte. Her husband Russell Caraturo died in dec., 1972 survivors include two sons Gene Caraturo of Atlanta. Ga., and Wayne Caraturo of Tiar Lotte two half Brothers Clyde Eagle of i. 2, Salisbury and Henry Eagle of it. 6. Thomasville two Sisters misses Marie and Helen Barrier both of it. 8, Salisbury and a half sister mrs. Dorothy major of it. 8, Salisbury. Former principal rehired Asheboro former Randolph High school principal Harold Davis is the principal of the new Randleman Middle school following action of the Randolph county Board of education thursday in a special called meeting. Davis 41, will work out of an office in the present Junior High Wing of Randleman High school until the new High school Campus is opened. The Middle school will be housed in the old High school building. Davis left the school system after seven years in 1972 when he took a position with the b. B Walker shoe co. Of Asheboro where he is currently a vice president in charge of personnel. In other action thursday the Board approved off Campus housing for 80 to too eighth Grade students at new Market school and 60 to 90 sixth graders at Randleman elementary school to make Way for kindergarten classes beginning this fall. The off Campus housing will include the new Market Community building and the Fellowship Hall at the first United methodist Church in Randleman. The Board also approved the use of state Bond funds to pay for furniture for the Grays Chapel school building vacation coming up Vlku Muttu lil in. Vacation clothes made Core free by Sortin pro. Fresh wearing. Wrinkle free. No matter what the Label says. Everything Ory cleans better. Sartin s quicker than you think laundry 1205 n. Centennial ave. Tel 882 6334 armed from Fage it took her purse. Mrs. Lowe said the Man then ordered them Back into the car and told them to drive away. One Man was described As about 19, 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing about 150 pounds. He had a scar on his upper lip. He was wearing a t shirt faded Blue jacket and Blue jeans. The other was about 17. 5 feet 8 inches tall and 135 pounds. He was wearing a White Cap Light coloured jeans shirt and jacket. His hair was plaited. Both men were Black. Drunken driving sentences Given five persons found guilty of Drunken driving wednesday in District court were Given 90-Day suspended sentences and fined $100 and costs of court they were Willie James Brand. 40. Of Sherrod Street Geary Copper Mebane. 35. Of Greensboro William Watkins 41, of Brentwood Street Luther Herman Beauchamp. 53, of it i Trinity and Odell Thacker. 62. Of Jamestown. Dewey Garland Hewett jr., 19, of Asheboro Street Rte Board oks unique photo class by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro with state approval Randolph technical Institute this fall will be one of the few schools in the Southeastern United states offering a photo finishing lab course. The course which will cover a two Vear period was Given approval thursday night by the Randolph technical Institute s Board of trustees at their quarterly meeting. Jerry w. Tillman trustee presented plans for the course to the full Board and noted the school has a Topnotch instructor. Cecil p. Allen. He said Allen has already obtained $70,000 to $80,000 in equipment donated by private Industry. The first students for the course will be accepted for this fall. The photo lab course will he offered in conjunction with the two year photography course which the school has had for a number of years. The trustees As required by Law reorganized thursday night and re elected W. Plummer of Asheboro As chairman of their Board. Plummer will be serving his second term other officers re elected included t. A. Johnson of Liberty vice chairman Eddie Allen representative to the North Carolina Community College trustees association and mrs. Irish Ragland Secretary. Allen and mrs. Ragland Are both from Asheboro the Board also voted to retain Jack Adam Beck As school attorney. Rte president. M. M. Branson reported to the Hoard he had named a commute of faculty members and students to study the student activity fee scheduled and he asked the trustees since they will not meet again before school starts to give him authority to accept the recommendations of the committee. He said he instructed the committee not to consider raising the fee schedule Over the $12 amount now paid. But to discuss the paying of the full amount at the Start of the year rather than As in the past at $4 per Quarter the trustees gave their approval to his request. In other matters thursday the trustees approved the employment of Richard v. Bock As a photo instructor and Joseph Gale Thomas As an Art and design teacher. Thomas is from Asheboro and Beck is from Rochester by. The finance committee headed by t. A. Johnson reported school personnel were Given about a 7 per cent increase in salary for the 1974-75 fiscal year. Johnson said the salaries being received by the personnel at the school easily competes with salaries offered by Industry. Ecuador was named for its geographical location a Ecuador meaning Equator in Spanish. Got six months suspended and was fined $200 and costs on the combined charges of Drunken driving and driving while his License was revoked. Cecil Pean Flannery. 33. Of player drive was acquitted of a charge of Drunken driving. Dewey Lester Shively 30. Of Wallburg charged with larceny by an employee had a not pros with leave taken in his Case the warrant alleged Shively a former High Point City fireman left his Job and failed to turn in uniforms Worth $60. Larry Clayton Cole 32, of route 4. Charged with escape. Waived preliminary hearing and was bound Over to Superior court. A nol pros with leave was taken against Mary b. Powell of player drive charged with Auto larceny. Wilbur Eugene Jessup. 24. Of w. Keams Avenue was fined 125 and costs Henry Albert Styers 77, of w. Parkway. $1 and costs and prayer for judgment was continued against Cheryl Ann Marshall 16. Of Jamestown on payment of $25 and costs. All three were charged with leaving the scene of an Accident. Glenn Randall King. 17. Of Thomasville had a nol pros with leave taken in a charge of resisting arrest. Timothy Dale Branch. 18. Of Greensboro was fined $5 and costs on a charge of leaving the scene of an Accident. Southside from Fage it Model cities staff will be reduced to three persons a director a social planner and a Secretary George Manning will be the director and Rufus Bostic the planner. The Secretary has not been named. Pinetops gets postmaster Memphis a regional postmaster general Carl Ulsaker today announced the appointment of Bobby j Parker of Pinetops ., As postmaster of that Community. The appointment becomes effective saturday save now on Thomas lighting fixtures. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Of Sloay William o. Parris 2 pm. Archd Church at n4rn saturday Richard Myers i id idler 2 to p in Bunker Hill United method Church builders decorators contractors and Home owners you re invited to visit our showroom in Greensboro featuring the newest and latest styles at the Best possible prices in town new fixtures factory samples discontinued and close outs. If you need a Light fixture of any Type see lighting creations this week Only a Short drive from High Point 2113 Enterprise Road phone 275-0201 open 8 . To 5 . Monday thru Friday Greensboro . Sewer system funds sought Lexington a application has been filed with the Federal environmental Protection Agency Epa for funds for construction of a regional sewer system. The Region included in the system encompasses parts of Davidson and and Randolph counties and the cities of Thomasville Lexington and High Point. Davidson county commission chairman Joe Berrier said thursday that work on the waste disposal system is ahead of he said engineers from the engineering firm of Henningson Durham and Richardson inc. Of Charlotte Are in constant Contact with Davidson county officials on planning for the system. The Region to be served by the system is based upon drainage patterns and not municipal or county political boundaries. Thus parts of Davidson and Randolph counties and the City of High Point which is in Guilford county will be included in the same system because they All belong to the same drainage Basin. J an estimated Cost of the project is not available according to be Hall engineering firm representative. He said a Cost estimate might be completed in several months but construction might not begin foe two to three years. Direct furniture warehouse Broyhill a Barwick Dixie bedrooms reduced from our usual Low discounts 4 pc. Solid Oak bedroom suite beg s395 00ao.l 195 i Cove a full try of Drew Mirror 4 6. Hood soc re a so Aid a Cha Dixie contemporary bedroom Deer dmm twin Moron armo door Chou doubt of of a Al a Tiro nit com Modo angular $775 a Karl $49995 Henry ump Ball Mai Canary i now bedroom doubt dry a Mirror. 5 or Ltd a. To bad. Keg ss50 of 395. Ship a Hoy 4 piece bedroom by Young a Nocle it Taulor $390 00 339 Dettor Mirror. Cal. Doubt or que by solid we pm. Mediterranean Pecan bedroom a Oglor $600 Oor Oil 350 68 it. Tup dry red Mirror 9 drawer cd doubt Orv a Al bad Maple bedroom dry Mirror cd bed of i i commode Formica top. Mew �?~219. S of Wick Sample Pine King size bedroom Trepl of turf Mirror King Bod a s Chat two nit commode $700. Value 450. Come see and be convinced of these terrific bargains. End and Coffee tables Many less than wholesale prices a $9.95 to $49.95. Love seats from $39.95 to $129. China Hutch in Maple or Pine with Glass doors from $149. To $249. Maple or Pine dinettes with four chairs from $89. With six chairs $169. Recliners at half Price $39.95 to $65. Sleeper sofas opens to full size bed from $149. To $225. A a Maple or Pecan Bookcase $19.95.68 Inch Vinyl sofa regular $100. Retail now $59. Matching chair $19. Early am. Scotch Gard Nylon print sofa amp Matching chair for $165. Gaines Contemp. Sofa $295. Retail now $165 etageres Choice of sizes and finishes from $7.50 to $39. Exposed Wood arms Maple Frame in a 70 Inch three Cushion sofa for Only $59. Platform amp swivel rockers from $39. To $59. A $75. Gun Cabinet $35. Odd chests from $29. Odd dressers amp mirrors from $59. White French prov. $89. Chest for $59. Matching twin Beds $29.99. Solid Cherry Dresser amp Mirror made by Young Hinkle $250. Value for $159. Matching solid Cherry Beds for $49. Bunk Beds in Maple $49.99. Students desks $24.lamps from $4.95 and up Many at less than wholesale., Odd Beds in double. Queen amp King sizes from $12.50 to $49. Odd Nite commodes $19.50 to $39. Furniture warehouse amp clearance Center 1605 Bradley place jut behind quilt shop old red Dot store of Corner Ward amp Prospect its. Open daily from 10 30 to 5. Open saturday 9 to 3

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