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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 15, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday. March 15, 1976 deaths and funerals it a a a Smith rites d. E. Hall illness takes mrs. Scotten mrs. Mitchell Lester Adams set wednesday is dead at 83 mrs. Davis of Thomasville Dies at 83 Dies at 66 Lester Posey Adams 66, of route 5, Box 191, died sunday at to . In High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health 16 months and in critical condition one week. Mrs Billie Lilly Smith 83. Of 1925 Providence Road Charlotte died at 1 30 . Today at the Home of her daughter mrs bred w. Alexander 914 Parkwood Circle. She had been in declining health for one year. Mrs Smith was bom in Waverly va., Jan 22, 1893, a daughter of John Pennington and Mary Jane White Lilly. She had lived in Charlotte for Many years and was married to Julian b Smith july 30, 1914 she had lived with her daughter Here for the past 14 months she was a member of Myers Park presbyterian Church in Charlotte. Surviving Are her husband Julian b Smith of Charlotte one daughter mrs. B red w Aleise Alexander of 914 Parkwood Circle four sons Julian b Smith or. Of Charlotte Donald g. Smith of Chapel Hill Landen Smith of Slidell. La., and Marvin Smith of Chicago ill. Eight grandchildren six great grandchildren one sister mrs. W. H. Whitehorne of Portsmouth a. And one brother Paul h Lilly of Forrest a. Funeral will be la wednesday in Sechrest Chapel by or. W. Kirk Allenjr. Graveside rites will be 3 . Wednesday in Sharon memorial Park in Charlotte. The body will remain at Sechrest b funeral Home and the family will be ath the Home of mrs. Alexander 914 Parkwood Circle. Memorials May be made to the Glade Valley school. It. F. Williams Kernersville Robert b Ranklin Williams 68, of it. 7, Kernersville was dead on arrival saturday at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro after suffering an apparent heart attack he was a retired employee of Bandura products co. In Colfax and lived most of his life in the b Friendship area. He was a member of corinthian masonic Lodge 542 in Greensboro surviving Are his wife mrs Sarah Stafford Williams a stepdaughter mrs. Colleen Mccuiston of in. 3, Summerfield three Stepsons. Harley i. Stafford of route 7. Virgil m. Stafford of High Point and Alvah p. Stafford of Oak Ridge two Sisters. Mrs. Bertha Whitaker of Greensboro and mrs Alva Gentry of Jonesville two Brothers James c. Williams of Mcleansville and Charles by. Williams of Eagle Springs and to step Grandc Hildren b funeral was to be today at 3 at Fairview primitive Baptist Church near Oak Midge by elder d. A of Bryant and the Rev. Claude h. Mabe burial was to be in Bunker Hill primitive Baptist Church cemetery. In l la 102 Chestnut or / High Point ms-5049 206 Tindale re Archdale 431-9124 wednesday or. Lester p. Adam 11 a in Cumby Chestnut drive Chap Moh Tuair since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 i i or i National sore no musicians monday James Capbell Lipscomb 3 30p in Sechrest Chebel tuesday mrs. Flarie elks Causey Davis 2pm pentecostal holiness it Hurch wednesday i p in so Castee United methodist Church Conway 5 c Par Sidney Davis 3,30 . Marlboro friends Church miss Caroleen Byerly 4p,m. Sechrest Chapel wednesday mrs. Elite Lilly Smith la a in Sechrest Chapel graveside pm Sharon memorial parti Charlotte n c Thomasville e. Hall 83, of 109 Myers St. Died at his Home saturday following several years of declining health he was born in Moore county a son of w h. And Camoline Harris Hail he had been a resident of Thomasville most of his life and was a member of Heidelberg United Church of Christ. He was a retired employee of Thomasville furniture industries. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Bertha Myers of Mocksville mrs. Mary Ann Cecil of Moorestown n j., and mrs. Patty sue Johnson of Yuma Ariz. Four sons Solon and Aubrey Hall both of Statesville d. E. Hall of High Point and Jack Hall of Lebanon a. Two Sisters mrs Mayme Hahn of Thomasville and mrs. Decie Susman of Greensboro a brother. Ken s. Hall of Al Dorado 31 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. B funeral will be 2 tuesday in Green and sons Chapel by the Rev g. Harold Myers burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home until the hour of the service. The family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Miss Thelma Comer miss Thelma Stafford Comer 68, of East White Plains ., a former Kernersville resident died thursday at 7 30 . In a local rest Home in East White Plains. She had been in declining health for to years miss Comer was born in Winston Salem july 7, 1907. She moved from Kernersville to Columbus Ohio she moved to new York to years ago she was of the methodist Faith. Surviving Are three half Sisters miss Hazel Comer and mrs Doris Marshall both of Montclair n.j., and mrs. Adeline Bradham of Winston Salem and two half Brothers. William Barkley of Pemberton n j., and Oscar car Kleyo Newark. N B funeral will be tuesday at 4 30 . At St. Paul United methodist Church by the Rev miss Sadie Joyner. Burial will be in methodist Church cemetery. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church tuesday at i . The family will be at the Home of Millard Stafford 509 Belewas Creek Road Kernersville mrs. Bessie Sellers Greensboro mrs. Bessie Clodfelter Shore Sellers. 90, died saturday in a Winston Salem nursing Home. She was associated with Belk s of Greensboro for 40 years retiring in 1955. She was a member of Calvary moravian Church in Winston Salem surviving Are a daughter mrs Fred Crews of Winston Salem a son Henry r. Shore of Jacksonville Fla. And a sister. Mrs. Ernest Smith of Kernersville funeral was to be today at 2 . In Vogler s main Street Chapel in Winston Salem by the Rev. Jack Barnes burial was to be in the moravian graveyard d. G. Fallis Kernersville Dionisios George Fallis 77, of 909 Branchwood drive died sunday in Forsyth memorial Hospital he was born in Greece and had lived in the United states for 55 years. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Amalia Tsitouris Fallis and two sons. Bill Fallis of the Home and John Fallis of Springfield mass funeral will be 2 30 . Tuesday at the greek orthodox Church in Winston Salem by the Rev George Kiricoples and the Rev. George thalassinos burial will be in Forsyth memorial Park cemetery a memorial service will be held at 7 30 today at Pierce funeral Home Chapel. Mrs Flarie elks Causey Davis 76, of route 3, was dead on arrival a High Point memorial Hospital at 8 45 sunday. She had been in declining health for several years. Mrs. Davis was born b be 3, 1900, in so Castee s. C., a daughter of Peter James and Ann Rebecca hucks elks. A resident of High Point for 51 years she was employed at Adams Millis corp. For 45 years retiring in 1959. She was first married dec. 27, 1917, to Henry David Causey. He died Jan 16, 1932. On july 2, 1938, she married William Thomas Davis. She was a member of pentecostal holiness Church and of the Bessie Spain sunday school class. Surviving Are her husband William t. Davis of the Home two daughters mrs. R. Worth Ella May White of route 3, and mrs. Ii Lester b Redricks Jarrell of route 4 three stepdaughters mrs. Keith Hilda Kirby of King mrs. Jonah lib Cagle of 316 Biden Terrace and mrs. Lawrence Grose of Asheboro four Stepsons Harrel Davis of 200 East Moore ave., Boyd Davis of route 2, Trinity Kenneth Davis of route i Trinity and Reid Davis of route 3 15 grandchildren 21 great grandchildren two Sisters mrs Carl h Vera Tuttle of 121 Julian ave. And mrs. Clarence Violet Hobson of Hob Worth ave and one brother John elks of Miami Fla b funeral will be 2 . Tuesday in pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev. By m Spargo and the Rev. Bruce Grayson Hobson the body will then be taken to the Goldfinch b funeral Home Conway s. C., and will remain there until placed in the so Castee United methodist Church at 1 30 pm. Wednesday. A Brief service will be held in so Castee United methodist Church at 2 . Wednesday by the Rev. Dan Morrison and the Rev. By m. Spargo. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest by funeral Home until placed in the pentecostal holiness Church at 1 30 tuesday. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 grandsons will be pallbearers or. Davis of Sophia Pari Sidney Davis 89, of it. I. Sophia died at 2 sunday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for five weeks he had been seriously ill for five weeks. Or. Davis was born june 16. 1886. In Randolph county a son of Addison w. And Louisa Vickery Davis. On june 30, 1920, he married Mamie Coltrane she died dec. 21, 1954. A lifelong resident of Sophia he was a Farmer until retiring several years ago. He was a member of Marlboro b friends meeting and the Robert Bulla sunday school class. Surviving Are one daughter. Mrs. William Ophelia Denham of Merchantville n Jone son Floyd h Davis of Sophia five grandchildren five great grandchildren and one sister mrs. m. Mae b Arlow of it. In Guilford College. B funeral will be 2 30 . Tuesday in Marlboro b friends meeting House by Rev. Ben Hurley and Rev Issac Harris. Burial will be in Marlboro b friends cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral the family will be at the Home of the son. Floyd h Davis Sophia and at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials be made to Marlboro b friends meeting rather than to the funeral Thomasville mrs. Mattie Miller Scotten 75, of 122 Cox ave., widow of James o. Scotten sr., died today at 2 30 . In Community general Hospital following several years of declining health. She was born in Randolph county May 2, 1900, a daughter of Harris and Aurelia Roella Briles Miller she lived in Thomasville most of her life. She married or. Scotten in 1918. He died May 13, 1973. She was a member of Trinity United methodist Church and a past member of the Woodmen of the world she was a retired employee of Ragan knitting co. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Rudolph Blanche Hiott of 412 Kern St. One son James o. Scotten or. Of 801 Circle drive High Point two Sisters mrs. Addle Ward of Liberty House nursing Home and mrs. Bessie Brewer of Liberty Apt. Seven grandchildren and twin great granddaughters. Funeral will be wednesday at 2 . At Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. John b Razler and the Rev. Dallas Rush. Burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery the family will be at 412 Kern St. And at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 to 9 mrs. Annie Jordan Asheboro a mrs. Annie Stegall Jordan 85 of 2011 Steele St. Died Early sunday morning in memorial Hospital in Bishopville s c. She was a charter member of the Battle of Alamance chapter of the order of Eastern Star. She was a member of first Baptist Church and was a retired sales clerk. Surviving Are four daughters mrs Benson Black of Greensboro mrs. L. Stevens of Tuscaloosa ala., mrs. W. G. Patterson of Bishopville s.c., and mrs d. E. Bennett of Roanoke rapids two sons. John Harrison Jordan of Charlotte and Carl e. Jordan of Asheboro a sister mrs. M. I. Collier of Roanoke rapids a brother Jake Stegall of Macon six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren b funeral will be 2 . Tuesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Vernon Mcdaniel burial will be in Randolph memorial Park with Eastern Star rites. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials Hie directed to the heart b und rather than to the funeral mrs. John w. Jones Lexington mrs Maude m Jones 75, of 514 n Greensboro St. Died sunday in Lexington memorial Hospital. She was born in Yadkin county and was a member of Mtcarmel b ree will Baptist Church surviving Are her husband. John a Jones two daughters mrs. Nell swing and mrs. Douglas Ruth Cohen both of Lexington one son. John w Jones or. Of Lexington two Sisters mrs Jesse Tucker of East Bend and mrs Lola Hall of Lexington and a brother. H Lester Mart in of Yadkinville. Funeral will be 2 . Tuesday in Piedmont b funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. J w. Wooten and the Rev. Robert Kegler. Burial will be in b Orest Hill memorial Park the body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 8. Mrs. Roxie Viola ring Mitchell 83, of 5l4 w. Parkway ave. Died in the Cloverdale nursing Home today at 8 30 . She was born in Surry county dec. 14. 1892, a daughter of Jeremiah and Sarah Jane Marion ring. She was married to David Andrew Mitchell who died in 1966. She was a member of f first Baptist Church. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Evelyn Welch of 514 w. Parkway ave. Two Sisters mrs. Elma Culler of Winston Salem and mrs. Neil Rush of Asheboro. The body remains at the Harold funeral Home pending the completion of funeral arrangements. V. N. Lineberry Greensboro Virgil Nathan Lineberry 67, of 1606 Upland drive died sunday morning in Moses Cone Hospital following several months of illness. Surviving Are his wife mrs Lucy Lineberry a daughter mrs. Nancy l. Shealy of Greensboro three Brothers Dewey and William Lineberry both of Greensboro and a. K. Lineberry of Asheboro and seven Sisters mrs Roxie Clark mrs. B Esta Johnson mrs. Gladys Milam and mrs Kathleen Harper All of Greensboro mrs. Annie Mae Sumner of Browns Summit mrs. Myrtle Melvin of Climax and mrs. Larene Kraig of High Point. Funeral will be 4 . Tuesday at Forbis and North Elm Street Chapel by the Rev Mitchell Murrow and the Rev. James Talbert. Burial will be in Lakeview memorial Park the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mrs. Grace Beal Siler City mrs. Grace Moore Beal 78, of it. 2. Bear Creek died saturday night. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Archie Beal of Siler City mrs. Bernie Sauls of Kingstree s.c., mrs Hattie Dubisky of Fayetteville and mrs. Fields Brown of i. I Bear Creek five sons Thomas Edward Beal of Greensboro Archie l. Beal of it. I Bear Creek John l. Beal of Cedar Falls Wade h. Beal of Siler City and Percy c. Beal of Bear Creek a sister mrs. Etta Beal of it. 3. Siler City two Brothers Clyde Moore of Bonlee and Paul Moore of Asheboro 33 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Funeral was to be today at 2 at Meronie United methodist Church by the Rev. Robert Ray the Rev Allen Overton and the Rev Claude Johnson. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. J. F. Williams Ramseur F. Bendel Williams 60, of it. I Staley died sunday in Chatham Hospital in Siler City of an apparent heart attack. He was a self employed Auto parts Salesman. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Joyce Fox Williams two daughters mrs. Clyde Teague of it. I Siler City and mrs Daimon Whitehead of it. 6, Asheboro four grandchildren a sister mrs. Lawrence Kivett of Ramseur and his Stepmother of the Home b funeral will be 3 . Tuesday at Kildee Wesleyan Church by the Rev. Gary Waisner the Rev. Verlin Busick and the Rev. Charles Apple. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at the Loflin funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Or. Adams was born aug. 4,1909, in Surry county a son of Robert b. And Bertha Rogers Adams. He had been a resident of the High Point area for the past 35 years and was owner of Adams Wood turning inc. He was of the Baptist Faith and attended Albertson Road Baptist Church. He was an avid flyer and had been flying since the l930 a starting to Fly shortly after the Wright Brothers. On dec. 25, 1937, he married miss Dorothy Whitaker. She survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one daughter mrs. Walter s. Sandra Blackburn of 309 Ralph drive three grandchildren his father Robert b. Adams of it. Airy three Brothers. Thomas Adams of High Point Ralph and Calvin Adams both of Bassett a. And one sister miss Irma Lee Adams of it. Airy b funeral will be wednesday at la . At Cumby Chestnut drive Chapel by Rev. Max Rees and Rev. John y Clagett. Burial will be in b Loral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Cumby mortuary and the family will be there tuesday night 7 to 9 death claims miss Byerly miss Caroleen Byerly of 412 w. Lexington ave died at to . Saturday in High Point memorial Hospital after an illness of one Day. Miss Byerly was born in Davidson county a daughter of Albert Andrew and Grace Culbreth Byerly. She was a resident of High Point most of her life and was educated in the local schools. She was a graduate of Thomas business College. B or Many years she was employed in the office of Melrose hosiery Mill. At the time of her death she was employed at Piedmont electric co. She was a member of Wesley memorial United methodist Church surviving Are three Sisters mrs. Wilma Farmier of 613 Lindsay St., miss Dot Byerly of 4i2 w. Lexington ave. And mrs. William Elizabeth Johnston of Daytona Beach Fla. And one brother Worth Byerly of 420 Carey St. Funeral will be 4 . Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by or r. Delbert Byrum. Burial will be in Spring Hill cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials be directed to Wesley memorial United methodist Church or to Spring Hill United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. Ernest w. Rezanka Thomasville funeral for Ernest w. Rezanka will be la . Wednesday in Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. Courtney Ross. Burial will be in National cemetery in Salisbury. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 to 9. Or. Rezanka 61, of 21 Lambeth drive died thursday night in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington d.c., following a Short illness. Television log a a a it it it it it it it it a a it a today s evening programs is ,6iwmbar i sinc ulv. Slalom a Bartoll 3 Siv har lir <8 we in. Nigh Nim is Xii Soma funeral firms offer no Complete funerals under $1000. Orrell s funeral Home offers a service for $545. And one with Metal casket for $885. Foll services facilities and casket. There is a wide difference in prices charged by funeral firms. Write or Coll us for information on our prices. A family s wishes Are strictly honoured by our firm. Orrell s funeral Home 229 Uberty Road Telephone 431-1119 burial a cremation a shipping 6 09 pm 2 Channel 2 evening news 3 scene tonight 4 Erica 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 6 30 2 lbs news 4 your future is now 8 Abc news 9,12 Csc news 7 90 2 great movie cowboys 3 lbs news i backyard Gardener 8 movie i world at War 12 to Tell the truth 7 30 3 Price is right 12 Hollywood squares 8 00 2,3 Rhoda 4 Usa people it politics 9 Rich Little show 12 gun smok 8 30 2,3 Phylli 8 Good Hea Taa 9 60 2,3 All in the family 8 Rich Man poor Man 9.12 Joe Forrester 9 30 2,3 Maude 10 00 2,3 medical Center 4 Austin City limits 9.12 Jigsaw John 11 00 2 night beat news 3 scene tonight 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 11 30 2,3 late movie 8 special 9.12 tonight show 1 00 8 eyewitness nows 8.12 tomorrow show mrs. Nanay Lowe Asheboro mrs. Nanay Margaret Lowe 55, of Sophia died Early sunday morning at her Home. She was a native of Muhlenburg county ky., and was a retired postal clerk. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Jeannie Church of Sophia a son James Lowe of Sophia two Sisters mrs. Catherene Dudeck of Chicago iu., and mrs. Jean Kenney of St. Petersburg Fla. And two Brothers e. R. Peveler of Duplin va., and Archie Peveler of Bayonne no. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at fanning funeral Home in Iaeger w. A. Mrs. Halperin mrs. Halperin of new York ., died sunday at her Home. She was the former Katherine Lowdermilk of High Point. Surviving Are her husband c. Halperin of the Home and a daughter miss Ellen Lynn Halperin of the Home. Funeral will be tuesday at Riverside memorial funeral Home in new York Firefighters answer Calls no damages High Point City firefighters responded to two Calls today but neither involved damages. At 8 29 a in. There was a Call to 1102 Gordon St., which turned out to be a defected water Heater and at 8 47 . A Call to 609 Carter St. When a trash fire was discovered in the Back Yard. There were no Calls sunday but several routine alarms were answered saturday. At 10 38 ., firefighters Wen to Zaire shopping Center on Westchester drive when a dust mop left on a Generator ignited in the air conditioner room. A defective motor caused mostly smoke saturday at 11 17 . In a Over a Spray Booth at Pendleton frames on Pendleton Street. There was a false alarm to Best Way foods on Westchester drive at 2 28 . And a grass fire at 2200 Kirkwood or. At 2 42 . The greatest of All political Bosses seems to be prejudice. It i err _ a. U a in a it super luncheon special no. 12 chopped sirloin. .99 served with baked potato amp Texas Toast Reg. I 69 too n. Main Quot to 005-0454 in no re in to a in pm or i Western in Steak House in i i Al Azo la i. Lane Loans for homeowners f you re Doggone right a lot of Cash. Now for any purpose you have in mind. Because you re a Homeowner. Give us a Call or Stop by. Of All you want is information Fine. 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