High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 20 1976, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 20, 1976, High Point, North Carolina In deaths and funerals death claims mrs. Gordon mrs. Zula Roberts Gordon 65, of 503 Newton pl., died Friday at 3 . In Mccain Hospital in Mccain. She had been in declining health two years. Mrs. Gordon was born in a Carroll va., sept. 9, 1910, a daughter of Andy Floyd and Molly monday Roberts. She had been a resident of High Point since 1942. She was employed at Crown hosiery Mill until retiring in 1972. She was a member of Eastern a Star chapter 106 and a a member of the Woodmen Circle. She was a member of first United methodist Church the a. M. Idol sunday school class taught sunday school for 13 years and a was Active in the Urban a ministry. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Patricia Clinard of 802 Carr St. Four grandchildren one sister a mrs. Donald Mae Taylor of Pulaski a. And one brother Lacy Roberts of Edgewood my. J funeral will be 3 30 . Sunday in Sechrest funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Richard Crowder officiating. Burial will be at Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home 7-9 . Today. Pallbearers will be o. F. Clinard Robert Weant Lawrence Rouse Calvin Bryant Edward Greer Johnny Clinard and Timmy Clinard. Mrs. W. D. Priddy mrs. Daisy fagg Priddy 86. Of it. I Dawsonville widow of Wesley d. Priddy died thursday in Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem following an illness of four Days. Survivors include six j daughters mrs. Paul Sheppard and mrs. Carrie Hale both of Dawsonville mrs. 1 Josie Flinchum of Danbury mrs. Otis Joyce of Stoneville mrs. Joe Shockley of Hillsville va., and mrs. Bob Vaughn of High Point four sons William d. And Narvie Priddy both of Dawsonville Henderson and Ray Priddy both of Bassett a. Four Sisters. Mrs. Murphy fagg and mrs Phil Greene both of Walnut Cove miss Mamie fagg and mrs. Eva Butler both of Eden five Brothers Lum fagg of Walnut Cove Arthur fagg of Melbourne Fla., de fagg of Reidsville George fagg of Wentworth and Lester fagg of Eden 26 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Funeral was to be today at 2 . At Nelson s Chapel in Danbury. Burial was to be in North View primitive Baptist Church cemetery. Crowd from Page 2a was not out to end social Security but to a guarantee and assure those receiving it that there will be no interference with them getting it Quot. In regard to Farmers Reagan replying to a question said a i am one and went on to say he Felt the a a american Farmer is the greatest technological improvement in the world Quot. He i said he Felt the Farmers should be turned Loose to feed the hungry of the world without government interference. Reagan said he believed he could take to Washington the same methods he used in California where he served two terms As governor. He said he would bring in the smart Young businessmen who could Cut the costs of government. He said he did not want a career people. He brought cheers from the audience when he told How he saved 6850 million and wanted to return it to the people in the state of California in the form of tax cuts or rebates. He added a telling a a democratic legislature we want to give Back $850 million is like getting Between the hogs and the Reagan first attended a dinner at the sir Robert ban a Quet Hall and then motored the few Yards Over to the Asheboro High school where he delivered his main address to a crowd which fill. De about a half of the 1,200-seat capacity auditorium. To a question from the audience he answered a i guess you want to know How i feel about god. I know no one can do the Job alone and i try without his rites Are set for mrs. Love mrs. Ollie Hinshaw love 80, of the presbyterian Home died at la to . Friday at the Home. She had been in declining health four years. She had been a resident of the Home since 1967. Mrs. Love was born june 17, 1895, in Randolph county a daughter of Charles Wesley and Fannie Gennette Lawhon Hinshaw. She was a member of the first presbyterian Church Charlotte. Surviving is one son a. Fred love or. Of Sarasota Fla. Graveside rites will be held at 4 . Sunday at Guilford memorial Park cemetery by the Rev. William j. Wrenn. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home. G. A. Crews Kernersville Grover Allan Crews 76, of 707 Glenn St., died thursday night in Forsyth memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. He was born in Forsyth county and was an employee of Adams Millis in Kernersville returning to work after his retirement. Funeral will be 2 30 . Sunday in Moravia moravian Church near Summerfield with the Rev. Richard i. Shannon the Rev. Ray Troutman and the Rev. George Higgins officiating. Burial will be in the Church graveyard. Memorials May be directed to the Church building fund of Moravia moravian Church. The family will be at lain funeral Home 7-9 . Today mrs. Hilton Dies at 78 mrs. Eula Linthicum Hilton 78, of 627 Quaker Lane died at 12 30 . Friday at her Home. Although she had been in declining health for several years her death was unexpected. Mrs. Hilton was born april 27, 1897, in High Point a daughter of William e. And Emma Varner Linthicum. A lifelong resident of High Point she was married oct. 20, 1920, to Charles Irven Hilton. He died oct. 15, 1961. She was a member of the first reformed United Church of Christ the Mary Hoy sunday school class and Circle no. I. Surviving Are one son William c Hilton of 627 Quaker Lane two granddaughters one sister mrs. Margaret Linthicum Seward of Trinity. Funeral will be 2 30 . Sunday in the first reformed United Church of Christ by the Rev. Lary g. Diehl. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 8 30. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 by inn Thor National ski Frfd Motoa is sunday mrs. Eula Linthicum Hilton 2 up in first reformed United Church of Christ mrs. Zula Roberts Gordon 3 30 . Sechrest Chapel monday Clarence Odell Leonard to . Sechrest Chapel incomplete mrs. Ollie love 102 Chestnut Point �?�85-5045 $200 off Flower for Alt occasions High Point s leading Florist Grace Flower shop North Wrenn St Westwood phone 868 4085 and ��3 617_ now 599 Gal. Reg. 7.99 % famous Speed Quality at a budget Price Uffman 762 n. Main 882-8147 Viz new in in High Pointe the rib room in the Sheraton hotel specializing in prime ribs of beef rib Eye steaks Barb que spare ribs luncheon specials buffets monday Friday on sunday i free parking phone 883-0225 you Are invited to an afternoon of music pm fashion featuring i Flo Starnes and her band a tiny time free free free to Starnes saturday March 27,1976 Thomasville civic Center u a pm. Sem production Al 7-30 pm m brought to you by Gibsons Highway 109 to Cloniger or. Thomasville High Point Enterprise saturday March 20, 1976 3a i while supplies last Sale Good today through saturday March 27 Johnson heels Hob citation 16.88 150 commander 18.88 Cumby Iutin set 404 Zebu reel 250 South Bend Rod $ 6.88 assorted spinning or spin casting fresh water rods 6.66 rebel Bass in Box by to by 20 �?T6.22 �?T10.88 join is Quot free fishing tackle your Choice with Purchase of fishing equipment other than above advertised items. 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