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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday March 18,1974 ii deaths and funerals a mrs. Forrest of Thomasville Thomasville mrs Elizabeth Ann Mills Forrest 28, wife of William Forrest or. Of route i Kanoy Road died sunday at 10 30 . At Community general Hospital following eight months of declining health. She was born in Loris s c., a daughter of Clyde and Elma Benton Mills and had lived in Thomasville since 1960. She was a member of Bright Light freewill Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband of the Home one son Gary Flannery of the Home her parents or. And mrs. Clyde Mills of it. I Black drive four Sisters mrs. Gordon Betty Lou Holloman of Hallsboro mrs. D. J. Lena Hooks of it. I Hallsboro mrs. Wilson Faye Rowe 206broad St. And mrs. David Patricia easter of it. La Lexington and one brother Avery David Mills of it. Lauderdale. Fla. Funeral will be held tuesday at 2 30 . At Bright Light freewill Baptist Church by the Rev. Henry King and the Rev. D. W. Long. The family will be at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Clyde Mills Black drive and at the j. C. Green amp sons funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. White infant Timothy Eugene White six week old son of Gerldine White of 1305-a Fem St., died Friday at the medical Center. Survivors include his Mother of the Home one brother Ernest White of High Point and maternal grandmother mrs. Lilie Mae White of High Point. Funeral will be held tuesday at 3 . At the Moore funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. S. M. Frazier. The body will remain at the funeral Home until the hour of service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 8 until 9. Mrs. How Ard Craven Asheboro mrs. Cora Mae Fox Craven 62, of 121 n. Elm St. Died sunday in Gregson nursing Home she was a member of Central United methodist Church. She was a graduate of women a College unc a and was a teacher for 34 years in the Asheboro City schools. Surviving Are her husband Howard Craven three Sisters mrs. Elizabeth Pickard of Burlington mrs. Dorothy Hartley of Greensboro and mrs. Ann Langum of Fulton. Or. And a brother or Herbert Fox of Durham. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Pugh funeral Home. Mrs. Weldon Hilliard Sanford mrs. Maude Yow Hilliard 66. Of 211 Temple ave. Died saturday. She was a member of first apostolic Church. Survivors Are her husband Weldon Hilliard five sons j. H. Johnson of Clinton s c., Harold l. Yow of Sanford and Bobby d., Donald Wayne and Billy to Hilliard All of Sanford a daughter mrs. Mildred Bailey of Asheboro and a sister mrs. Nannie y. Wilson of Sanford. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today at first apostolic Church by the Rev. G. L. Akers. Burial was to be in Buffalo cemetery. T. W. Nelson is dead at 63 Thomasville thur Man Watson Nelson 63, of Holly Grove Road died sunday at 8 45 . At Community general Hospital of an apparent heart attack. He had been in declining health 18 months. He was born in Stokes county to j. F. Nelson and Susie Glidville Nelson. He was a retired employee of Amazon Cotton Mills and a member of Cid methodist Church. He was an elective member of the administrative Board of the Church and was a member of the menus Bible class of the sunday school. In july 1933, he married Jettie Mabe who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are a daughter mrs. John s. F. Mckinnon of Trinity two sons William Watson Nelson of 30 Lambeth or. And Jonie f. Nelson of Charlotte two Sisters mrs. Coy Mabe of Winston Salem and mrs. Lillian Smith of Stokesdale three Brothers. George h. Nelson of Sophia and Roy v. And James w. Nelson both of Kernersville and to grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 4 pm. Tuesday at Cid methodist Church by the Rev. Bob Crook and the Rev. Clyde b. Case. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at Siler funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 and at the William w. Nelson residence 30 Lambeth or. The family requests that memorials be made to Cid methodist Church building fund. Mrs. Ollie Harris Mocksville mrs. Ollie Campbell Harris 81, of route 4, died sunday at the Davie county Hospital. She was a Rowan native and was a member of the North main Street Church of Christ. Survivors include four sons George w. And every o. Harris both of it. 4, Mocksville Harvey h. Harris of route 7, and h. T. Harris of Salisbury two Sisters mrs. Vav. B. Johnson and mrs. Mamie Doby both of High Point two Brothers Harold Campbell of Philadelphia pa., and Linuel Campbell of Miami Fla. Five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 4 . Tuesday at Lyerly funeral Home Chapel in Salisbury. Burial will be in Rowan memorial Park. Mrs. W. H. Ingram mrs. Bertha Mcallister Ingram 69, of it. La Greensboro died at 7 . Today in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for one week. Mrs. Ingram was born oct. 14, 1904, in Anderson s.c., a daughter of Julius Edward and Jennie Martin Mcallister. On sept. 13, 1928, she was married to William Hill Ingram. She had been a resident of the deep River Community for 29 years. She was a member of deep River friends meeting. Surviving Are her husband William h. Ingram of the Home one daughter mrs. William h. Pat Allen of 705 tangle dr., Jamestown three sons Hoy And Junius e. Ingram both of it. La Greensboro and John l. Ingram of it. 2, Trinity 12 grandchildren three Sisters. Mrs. Oscar Nell Patterson of Charlotte mrs. Richard Jennie Angel of 2501 friends ave. And mrs. Claborn Grace Nelson of 125 Valley or and three Brothers j. C. Mcallister or. Of 1801 Baker rd., de l. And Herbert Mcallister both of 3927 Scottsdale or. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Eldon Harzman and the Rev. Buford Frye. 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 tonight from 7 until 9. B. P. Bowman Walnut Cove Broadus Poindexter Bowman 65, of route i died sunday at his Home. He was a Stokes county native and retired Farmer. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Dovie Nelson Bowman five daughters mrs. Diane Southern and mrs. Vickie Shore both of Walnut Cove mrs. Jeanette Neal of Walkertown mrs. Connie ring of Winston Salem and mrs. Nelda Goodman of Valdese three sons Bray and Porter Bowman both of Walnut Cove and James Barlow Bowman of Germanton two Sisters mrs. Vallie Brown of Walnut Cove and mrs. Era Sawyer of High Point and two Brothers Austin Scales Bowman of High Point and Gerna Bowman of Walnut Cove. Funeral will be held at 4 . Tuesday at Rosebud Christian Church. The body is at Buroughs funeral Home. Woman is shot wound minor Council in chair City Mamie Byers of Grayson Street told police saturday night that she was shot while sitting on the front porch of her Home. The wound was not serious and she did not require hospitalization. Is. Byers said she heard something that sounded like a gunshot and Felt something hit her in the left shoulder. She told police she did not see who shot her. Curtis Gilbert Dodson of Thomasville said his 1971 Model car was stolen from him sunday night. The car was later recovered by police. Josephine Pope of furlough Street said sunday that Melvin Dickerson. 22, of Olga Street broke into her Home and threatened her and her children with a knife. She signed a warrant against Dickerson for breaking and entering. Prospect Street grocery was entered through a bathroom window. Once inside the thieves pried open a pinball machine and removed $50 in change. About $5 in Cash was taken from a Cash Register. About $50 in cigarettes and Small cakes also was missing. James Lewis Ingram of Brockett Street said someone broke the Glass in his Back door and entered his Home. He said the refrigerator door was left standing open but that nothing was missing. Someone attempted to enter two trucks parked at Ingram vending on English Road. Nothing was taken. William m. Cook of Whittier Avenue said his tape player and 18 tapes valued at $148 were stolen from his car parked at the Towne theatre. Dennis Lee Mcmahan of Spring Garden Circle said his tape player and one tape valued at $28 were stolen from his car parked at the same theatre. W. D. Williamson of Mon lieu Avenue said $4.40 Worth of soft drinks was stolen off his Back porch. Police said they observed Stephen Michael Parris 21, of route 5 near a parked car on w. Fairfield Road at w. Green drive. They said they found five lugs nuts from the parked car on Parrish person and charged him with larceny. They said the parked car belonged to Michael Ray King of Archdale. From Fage in placed in the employees personnel file. Fisher noted that a system already exists. He added that if the commission finds that the merits system is not a valid system a i would be the first to say kill councilmen were advised that representatives in the general Assembly Are holding the appeals Bill in the House to await their reaction to the opposition. Unless the delegates hear from the Council by thursday noon they will allow the Bill to Progress through the House. The delegates however May get a hurry up Call on thursday to keep a hold on the Bill. After the presentations today councilman Roy Culler indicated that he will go through the procedures of getting the Bill endorsement Back on the table for reconsideration when the Council meets formally on thursday. While in session As a com Mittee of the whole today the Council a agreed to hear on thursday an Appeal from the Junior league that a proposed environmental Center be included in the 1974-75 City budget. A also agreed to hear a request from the High Point volunteers to the court for City funding of the program for fiscal 1974-75. Makeup Days to be decided Thomasville the Thomasville Board of education will decide when two Days missed during a december Snow storm will be made up at the Board meeting this wednesday. According to supt. Derwood Huneycutt the Board will Likely extend the school year by two Days at the end of the term. In the Calendar approved last Spring five tentative make up Days were included the first three of which were placed at the end of the school year. In other business at the meeting wednesday to begin at 7 30 . In the school administration building the Board will hear a report from architect Aaron Allred. Huneycutt said Allred would discuss plans for renovating colonial drive and the two other elementary schools with state Bond Money and he would give an assessment of Progress made on construction of the new Junior High school. The architect May also touch on plans for a new school auditorium the superintendent said though this Issue is not expected to receive great attention at the meeting wednesday. The school Board will consider wednesday the system for selecting kindergarten pupils for the 1974-75 school year. This year the pupils were selected according to age with the youngest children receiving preference. An alternative Means is the lottery system adopted by some school boards in this area. A decision on kindergarten is not anticipated until the april Board meeting Huneycutt said. The Board will also take up the school Calendar for the coming school term at its meeting wednesday. Sunday fire hits House firemen said the Shirley Harrington Home at 505 w. Willis ave was extensively damaged by fire sunday about 6 39 . According to firemen a child was playing with a cigarette lighter and set fire to a bed. There were no injuries. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave. 882-2555 88 5-2145 member by invitation Una t Ion Al St Lee to Mont Ici ans incomplete mrs. Bertha Mcallister Ingram mrs. Gertrude Leonard Lexington mrs Gertrude Mason Leonard. 83, of route 14, died sunday in Golden age nursing Home. She was a retired dietitian with the Mills Home Baptist Church in Thomasville and was a member of Mills Home Baptist Church. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Ottis Mangum of Hampton va., and mrs. W. J. Price of Lakeland Fla. And a son Harold f. Leonard of route 14. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Davidson funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. James m. Lampart and the Rev Brown Mckinney. Burial will be in Forest Hill memorial Park cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. J. P. Fogleman Burlington mrs. Savanna Shoffner Fogleman 85, of 1721 Maple ave. Died in . Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill sunday. She was a member of Macedonia lutheran Church. Surviving Are her husband John Page Fogleman a daughter mrs. Robert Towell of Cinnaminson n. J. Two sons John William Fogleman of Long Beach calif., and j. Douglas Fogleman of Philadelphia a. Five Sisters mrs. Mary Cole of Hillsborough mrs. Ora Phelps of California mrs. L. I. Young and mrs. Raymond Edwards both of Burlington and mrs. Helen Moore of Lexington and a brother Joseph e. Shoffner of Burlington. Burial will be held at i . Tuesday at Macedonia lutheran Church by the Rev. Ralph Wallace and the Rev. Earl k. Bodle. Burial will be in Pine Hill cemetery. The body is at Rich and Thompson funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9 rape from Page in Trieglaff 18, of old Thomasville Road and Linda Cheryl Jones 17, of Trinity had their Bonds set at $250 each. Police Are also investigating thefts that occurred Over the weekend. A the manager of s. H. Kress . In Southgate shopping Center told officers that two bicycles and a minibike with a total value of $400 had been removed from the front of his store during business hours saturday. The stolen merchandise had been anchored with a Chain which had apparently been Cut the manager reported. Vickie Hill of James Avenue apartments told police that a clock radio and some jewelry had been taken from her apartment sometime Friday. Exon car care Center is a t March special Elaine tune up. Let us keep your car in tune to help give smooth performance and fuel Economy. Here a what Well do a install new spark plugs Points and condenser. A verify timing and set Point dwell electronically. A adjust Idle Speed and fuel mixture. A electronically Check ignition system. A Check Battery Check Pov valve. Replacement parts other than spark plugs Points and condenser additional if needed. Offer ends March 30. All Standard american made 6-Cylinder cars 2s95 ply Moi Standard 8-Cylinder i Chevy. Plymouth and most american made compacts. Air conditioned cars higher. Check our prices for other makes and models. Two children Mother inbred Loraine Singleterry Mcdaniels of will Wood drive and her two children were slightly injured sunday in a single car Accident about 1 20 . On will Wood near Dogwood Circle. The children passengers in the Auto were identified As Elizabeth Mcdaniels 7, and Judy Mcdaniels to. Mrs. Mcdaniels said she took her eyes off the Road to prevent one of the children from falling and the car went out of control ran off the left Side of the Road and hit a tree. 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