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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 4d High Point Enterprise sunday March 26, 1972 woman is killed in Auto Accident acres of shoes Danny Cook 16, of Maybee. Michigan tries on one of the thousands of pairs of shoes mysteriously dumped on a neighbouring farm owned by mrs. Leila Begley. Mrs. Begley says she has no idea of How the shoes Are get Ting on her 10-acre farm or who is putting Thorn there she says she used to charge people $2 a head to i k through the shoes but the visitors did too much damage to her Strawberry Patch. A wire photo a 32-year-old High Point woman was killed and another woman was seriously injured saturday about 4 . In a Headon collision of two cars on Highway 62 just West of Kersey Road. Highway patrolmen did not release the dead woman a name pending notification of next of Kin. Officers said the woman was a passenger in a 1965 Model car driven by Colossie Epps or. 24. Of Davis Avenue who was treated and released. Patrolmen said the wreck occurred when a 1967 Model car driven West by Blanche Woodlief Cox. 51, of route 3 apparently hit a Slick spot on the Highway causing the vehicle to veer into the wrong Lane. She was listed in serious condition saturday night High Point memorial. Both cars were total losses wrecks caused by icy Bridge traffic along 1-85 at the s. Main Street Bridge was tied up for several hours saturday night when the ice covered Bridge caused at least two pile . Officers said the first wreck occurred at about 8 when a car skidded on the Bridge crossed the median and hit a car travelling in the opposite direction. Police said two other cars collided a Short time later while attempting to avoid the first wreck at least five persons were injured but officers said Only one person appeared to be seriously Hurt detailed information and names were not available. Deaths amp funerals death claims Jesse Shaw Dies at age 81 mrs. Laughlin mrs Rachel Kersey a Weh Lin. 75. Of 213 Triangle Lake re died at 715 no Friday in High Point memorial Hospital she had been in declining health for five months and critically ill five Days. Mrs. Laughlin was bom april la 1896. In High Point a daughter of John c. And Virginia Hodgin Kersey she was educated in the Jamestown schools and attended the women s College of the i a verify of North Carolina Greensboro. In 1924 she was married to Parker h Laughlin. He died in 1949 for a number of years she taught school at t Nion Hill school she was a member of Mitchell Grove i United methodist Church and the sunday school surviving Are two daughters. Mrs Virginia Parmley of Nashville. Tenn. And mrs a w Cora Nelli Bryan of Enterprise. Ala two sons John p. Laughlin of 211 Triangle Lake rd., Donald g Laughlin of it. 5, High Point eight grandchildren one great grandchild one sister. Mrs. Ruth Vanover of Kivett or one brother. John Henry Kersey of Kivett or funeral will be held at 2 pm monday in Mitchell Grove United methodist Church by the Rev Howard r Wilkerson and the Rev Ernest m Gardner. Buna will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 min utes before the funeral the family will be at the Home of mrs Lerue Morris. 1724 Oberlin Orand at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 ih97 1972 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave i 882 2555 or 885 2145 Jesse i tee Shaw. 81. Of 509 Hawthorne ave died at 4 15 pm saturday in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for one month and critically ill j1 hours. Or. Shaw was Horn feb 14. 1r9, in Randolph county a son of Calvin William Ani Martha i Alia Miller so w he was educated in ran Mph county schools and had been a resident of High Point since 1910 on aug 29. 1913, he was married to hassle Macon for 45 years he was finishing room Foreman for Adams Millis corp. Retiring in june of 1956 he was a member of first United methodist Church and the Pickett Bible class surviving Are his wife mrs hassle m Shaw of the Home two sons. William c Shaw of 605 Quaker i Ane Lawrence Macon Shaw of Miami. Fla three grandchildren six great grandchildren three Sisters. Mrs. Minnie Cashwell. Mrs Wray Thor Mehurg and mrs. Nettie Gaddis All of Asheboro four Brothers. F r Shaw of Asheboro. George Shaw of ran Heman w e Shaw of la noir and James Shaw of it 5. Asheboro funeral will be held at 3 30 pm monday in first unwed methodist Church Chapel by the Rev. Richard j Crowder and Thomas j. Dunean or burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Chapel 30 minutes before he funeral the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 the family requests Tom memorials he made to the first United m Tho dist Church rather than to the funeral. Allie o. Boles Dies at 86 Allie o. Boles. 86. Of 1118 Mon lieu ave died at 3 40 p in. Saturday in Oakwood know is nursing Home he had been in declining health for seven years and critically ill to Days. Or. Boles was Horn june i. 1885 in Stokes county a son of Henry Thomas and Mattie Bowen Boles a resident of High Point for 41 years he came Here from Stokes county. On june 30, 1908, he was married to Pear Murray. She died sept i. 1961 until his retirement in 1965, he was employed at Continental furniture co my was of he meth it list Faith surviving Are five daughters. Mrs. R a. Bertha i Pierce of san Lois Bispo. Cali mrs. Al Al Alc Indendi t. A. Jackson Dies at age 51 a a a or Miva aaa. Intent meat a9 Thomas Austin Jackson 51, resident of Bakers trailer Park. 2005 Baker rd., was dead on Are Ival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday afternoon at i o clock. He had been in his usual health and death was unexpected. Or. Jackson was born Jan 8. 1921, in East la port a son of Albert and Bertha Messer Jackson and had been a resident of the High Point Vicinity for 16 years. He was employed by Graham construction co. He was a member of first Church of the Nazarene was a teacher in the adult department of the sunday school and was a Veteran of world War ii. Having served with the . Air Force on Jan. 29. 1943, he was married to miss Jessie Fisher who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife. Are two sons. Albert i be Jackson of too Green Oak or sgt. Jimmy 0. Jackson with tie armed forces in Viet Nam two daughters mrs. Larry Elizabeth Clark of 2437 Williams ave., and miss Sandra Jackson of the Home six grandchildren his parents or and mrs Albert Jackson of Mast la port one brother Man Jackson of Jamestown. The body is at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements. Monday mrs. Rachel Kersey Laughlin i pm a Fiche Grove in Tea methodist Church mrs. Lucy Davis Jarratt 2 10 . High Point friends meeting House hearing problem Sie us for free hearing test at our office or tour Home. Cha ainu Aida Piedmont hearing Aid Center 400 n main High Point Sheraton Motel main noon Kee Pawling in she Aion lot phone 883 78 i 5 mrs. Cooper Dies at 92 mrs Louise Marsh Cooper 92. Of it. 3, High Point died at 5 40 p in. Saturday in Greg son Home. Inc. She had been in declining health for three years and critically ill for two weeks. Mrs. Cooper was born Jan. 27. 1880 in Guilford county a daughter of Isaac and i a be 11 Coltrane Marsh. She was educated in the Guilford county schools and graduated from the women s College of the University of North Carolina Greensboro she was a Secretary for tile . Government for twelve years retiring in 1954 in dec. 25, 1919, she was married to Harrison h Cooper. He died in 1954 she was of the episcopal Faith. Surviving Are three nieces and three nephews. Funeral will be held at 4 monday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Isaac Harris. Burial will be in Ebernezer cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Baker of 607 Runyon or or. R m Frances Falls of 913 Kingston. Mrs Vav r. Dorothy i Ewis of Greenville sc., mrs Earl Annei Forward of 3212 pin Needle or. Two sons. John h Boles of 1201 Parris ave Alvin o. Boles of Decateur a. 13 grandchildren 12 great grandchildren two half Sisters mrs Pear Westmoreland. By. I. Walnut Cove and mrs John Perrell Germantown and two half Brut hers. Herbert Boles and Jammie Boles both of Walnut Cove. Funeral will be Beld at 2 . Monday in Sechrest Chapel. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. And at the Home of a daughter mrs. R. \1 Falls. 91,1 Kingston Greensboro Man son Are injured in plane crash Chesapeake. A. Api a twin engine aircraft crashed saturday while attempting to land at Portsmouth Chesapeake Airport injuring the two persons aboard. Hospitalized with undetermined injuries were the Pilot. Ted Pickell and his son both of Greensboro . Witnesses said the Beechraft plane had made an aborted Landing approach and was attempting t0 go around for another try when it clipped some Trees at the end of the runway and plummeted to the ground nose first. Police said the plane belonged to id Atlantic aviation in Greensboro. Patrolmen were continuing their investigation. Mrs. Jarrett Dies after Brief illness mrs. Lucy Davis Jarrett. 83. Of 317 skeet club Road died at 8 28 a in. Saturday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for 74 weeks. She had been critically ill two weeks. Mrs. Jarrett was born Jan. 9, 1889. In Yadkin county a daughter of Samuel Dalton and Augusta Hauser Davis. She attended school at East Bend and finished her education at Baptist University for women now and Meredith College at Raleigh. She came to High Point and accepted work in the office of Southern chair co. On june 28, 1911, she was married to Eugene Herman Jarrett who established Jarrett stationary store in 1902 he died mar. 31, 1949. Mrs. Jarrett was associated with her husband in the operation of Jarrett stationary and continued there after his death she was a member of the Burbank Garden club and the Home demonstration club. She was a member of High Point friends meeting. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Thurman i Martha Wall of the Home. Mrs. Marshal Sarahi Atwater of Pittsboro four grandchildren one great grandchild two Sisters or Vav f Clayton of 1109 Forrest Hill or and mrs. J. T Reece of Yadkinville. Funeral will he at 2 30 pm monday in High Point f friends meeting House by the Rev William g Guthrie and the Rev. Cecil e. Haworth. Burial will he in Springfield f friends cemetery. Tie body will remain at Sechrest f funeral Home and will be placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 30 to 8 30 mrs. Edna King ran dem and mrs. Edna Langley King. 56. Of it 3, Randleman was dead on arrival at Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro saturday following a sudden seizure at her Home. Surviving Are her husband John c. King or four sons j. C King or of by i. Greensboro William Al King of Homestead air f orce base. Fla. Carl r King of Tampa. Fla and Alton Ray King of Randleman two daughters mrs Carolyn Gant of High Point and mrs. Linda Ann Lamb of the Home two Brothers Ross b Langley or. Of Greensboro and a. W. Langley of Pasadena Ca if. Three Sisters mrs. Sell Martin of Summerfield mrs. Margaret Roberts and Hilda Bassoi Greensboro and la grandchildren funeral will be held at 2 pm monday at Pugh funeral Home by the Rev Rill Britt. Burial will be in country holiness Church cemetery. The family will see friends at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 pm sunday. Answer to today a Puzzle Legal notices for Sali the Foli oing building a offered for Sal by the North Carolina stat Highway commission to the highest to ddts on propel a 10173 parc no 197 a Ona Story Tram dwelling and Tram shed tort try owned of h. J. Morton. Located near no to and secondary Road 1120 on secondary Road 1130 North of High Point. Parc no 212 a a on Story masonry dwelling and Frame Shad formerly owned by j r Gordy located on no to North of High Point at secondary Road iss scaled bids Wilt a received it the office of the state Highway commission in Greensboro. North Carolina until to of a m. On april 12. 1972 at which time bids will be opened bids will be received for a single building or in groups of More than on. No bid will be accepted unless made on bid form furnished by the division right of Way agent the commission reserves the right to reject any or All bids for full particulars connect Cheries l Bridger state Highway commission. Greensboro. North Cero line. Telephone 275 4544. The stat Highway commission in accordance with the provisions of title i of the civil rights act of 1964 Tai stat 252 and the regulations of the department of Commerce is c f a part s issued pursuant to such act hereby not Fyall bidders that it will affirmatively insure that the contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement will be awarded to the j highest responsible bidder without discrimination on the ground of race color or National origin. J-26, 27 the Enterprise want and Index dial 885-2177 to place your adv. Announcement service and repair to All customers the Majestic mens heir stylist association of High Point will Hava a new Price change commencing March 77tn. The new prices will be listed in the Barber shop of your Choice. Treat rugs right they la be a Dwight la cleaned with Blue Lustra. Rent a a act Quot Shampooer to Huffman paint a Wali paper 13. Landscaping a Yard work s 2. Card of thanks announcements. Articles Misco Aloneous. Antiques. Appliances. Apts., houses furnished apts., houses unfurnished auctions general. Aute accessories. Auctions real estate. Aute Loans. Aute repair. Automobile for wonted. ,. Boats trailers. Bookkeeping a to. Bldg Materiel a supplies. Business opportune. Cameras a jewelry. Campers a trailers. Card of thanks. Cemetery plots. Child care. Clothing. Commercial property rent commercial property sole. Form a Garden equipment. Feeds poultry. Female or male help. Female help furniture. Female help hosiery. Female help sales. Female help miscellaneous Flowers seeds. Food. ,. Garage Sale. Garden farm equipment. Homes for sole. Household furnishings. Houses apts furnished. Houses apts unfurnished instructions. Insurance. Jewelry cameras. Jobs wanted. Lend for sole. Landscaping a Yord Werk. Lest a found. Lets residential. Mal or female help. Mal help furniture. Mole help a hosiery. Mole help sales. Mal help miscellaneous. Mobile Homes spot rent. Mobil Hornet a spaces sol Money to lean mortgage loan. Merter cycles scooters musical equipment painting remodelling. Personals. Pets a supplies. Poultry a feeds. Property wonted. Radios to repair. Bodies to soles. Remodelling a pointing. Residential lots Sale. Residential heme a sole ,. Resort rent. Resort a Beard. Reams rent seeds Flowers. Septic tank service. Sporting goods. Tea a bookkeeping. Tre vol opportunities. Trucks a campers. Tvs radio repair. Tvs radio soles. Upholstering a repairing. ,. Wanted to buy. Wanted to rent. Yard work a landscaping. ,. 3 lines is words 8 Days Only 3.36 charge it. I. 62. As 43. 26 27 is 90 40. 94 91. Too 92 97. It is 84 49. 99. 2 37 76 47 30 39. 46. To. 64. 70. 71. 72. 73. 54. 48. S3. 46. 34. 44 26. 27. S. 16. 49. 77. 33. 13. 3. Is. 64 65. 66. 67. 61. 21. 36. 17. Is. 98 i 50. 14 4. 79. To. La. 41. 16 a i. 14. 35. 34. 29. 31. 24 25 54 15 52 i 7 99 16 56 17 63 31 13 we wish to extend sincere thanks and appreciation Tor Many kindnesses messages of love and understanding and Beautiful Floral offerings from our Many relatives friends and fellow workmen of the death of our dear husband father kit a and brother Sidney Everette Reloj ski near he Mhz 3. Lost and found so fisc and Hou wearing Brown Collar. Answers to Quot Tiger Quot. Vicinity College a Andrew High. Reward. 883-9802 after pm Vale of Glish setter Black head White body with Black spots. Answer to Quot Joe Quot Reward offered Contact Day 182-017 or night 882-3232 lost wirehaired terrier Whit with Black a Tan spots named Quot Huck Quot. V Finity of Woodrow ave 884 4129 shaggy band part poodle Brown Streak on Beck. I months old. Name Quot Frisky Quot. Vicinity Chestnut St. A by cad 86 20903 after 5 p in or my a. 4. Personals Var rag of Range ments Complete with in 2 hrs., 8am to i pm monday through Friday. Cad for appointment 887 26>4, c c Hughes. Dallas furn wedding photographs to a Trish for a lifetime Call Don 1 e w photography after i pm. A evenings 18-20257. Thru the years i be enjoyed writing this Friendly Little column. By the response i m sure it s brought a bit of happiness to those that read them. It s an unusual bit of advertising that we feel has made our store an institution Many an item bought Here has earned the purchaser at much As 1000 per cent profit on their investment today Folk from every-1 where find our place Friendly a we re Happy to say now the 3rd Gener-1 s finding our store High Pont to escorting store sincerely Cidboy Jake Harris a a tit n r it 5. Instructions Tringale landscaping Yard sowing loader work lots cleared foundations Etc. 431-2624 or 431-4254. I Call Robert Beeson for grading Sand Rock Graval fill dirt. Call 475-3418 3i7-813u_____ landscaping driveways Yard maintenance Garden blowing a mowing vacant lots. Call Albert Jaunt i83-634u_ c amp b tree service tree trimming removal cavity fill landscaping a shrubbery work. Insured. Is yrs experience. Firewood. 431-6748 tractor work turning dishing Bush hog work driveways scraped. Buck Brown 88-35313 after 4 ._ for grading and Lawn seeing also Sorock or gravel. Call Branson Holland 431-1654 Gallimore landscaping a grading Backhoe tractor septic tank service Sandrock gravel dirt sow grass Cement driveway patios. 472-3146. Will plow a disc lots. Phone 431-4211 private guitar be Soho phone am-.1359 after 4pm truck Driver training Sheridan truck lines mc., p. O to toe73, Charlotte phone 704 377-7037 approved for veterans c. E Abbott amp son landscaping Complete Lawn car seeding or reseeding Liming a Ertell Long shrubbery. Top Ali. Fill dirt Sand Rock a gravel. Call 882-470. Will loan try tar Rock top toil la dirt 2nd re on left below Tartlet drive in. Harrison Hill. 431-73 Harold Harris landscaping tractor a York blowing Etc. Call 475 2026 landscaping Yard work of a a Type sowing grass taking up shrubs a replanting Call night or Day. Thomas Neese 885-3239. Tree work trimming pruning a cutting Down. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. Call collect Greensboro 697 1836. 14. Remodelling a painting Don Rickert paint contractor n Tenor exterior Home commercial in it Al free estimates 82 3159 Carpenter wok 20 year sex per in doors windows room additions pan a no ate. Arry Proctor 431 5772 will do Brick a Stock work. A Fie Chimney tops underpinning Walls a walks foundations Fie sagging floors put in dram tile 8l-6746, 87 378 King s Cabinet shop Kitchen a bathroom cab nets Home carpentry work painting 475-1895. 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