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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise Friday May to 1974 Runoff primaries c deaths and funerals from Pao in mrs. Stroud Dies at 84 mrs Edna Allie Stroud 84, of 1407 English re died in High Point memorial Hospital today at 5 a in. Following seven weeks hospitalization she was bom in Iredell county oct. La 1889. A daughter of Nathan and Sally Thompson Owings. She was married to Raymer Stroud who died in 1966 she was a retired employee of Crown hosiery Mill and was a member of English Road Baptist Church surviving Are three daughters. Mrs Margaret Martin of ,108 Pickett St. Mrs. Jack Bernice Craver of it 6. Winston Salem and mrs. Mildred Jessup of 703 Hedgecock re two Sisters. Mrs n p Mamie Hedrick of 1108 Adams St and mrs. Claudie Garrett of 1604 country club or. Is grandchildren 29 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Funeral will be held in Harold c. Davis funeral Chapel sunday at 2 p in. By the Rev. Lester Ferguson the Rev Miles Mcclean and the Rev w g. Davidson. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at 308 Pickett St. And at the funeral Home saturday night 7 until 9. C. A. Snider Lexington Calvin a Snider 74. Of route 5, died thursday in Rowan Hospital in Salisbury he was a member of Pine primitive Baptist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Polly Owens Snider a son. Jesse Snider of it. 5. Lexington a daughter miss Maggie e Snider of Murdoch school. Butner two Sisters mrs. Vera Miller of Salisbury and mrs Ila Mcbride of it. 5. Salisbury four half Sisters mrs. Beatrice canner and mrs. Joycie Eagle both of it. 5, Salisbury mrs. Tom Beck and mrs Norene Foster both of it. I Cleveland a Stepsister. Mrs Edna Mcbride of Rockwell a brother. W. R. Snider of i. 5. Salisbury three half Brothers Lewie Snider of Salisbury w. M. Snider of it. 2, Gold Hill. And w. D Snider of it. I Cleveland and a Stepbrother. James Mcbride of Lexington funeral will be held at 2 pm. Saturday at Pine primitive Baptist Church by elder Eugene Bennett. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Sadie Briggs Lexington mrs. Sadie Workman Boggs. 72. Of route 6, died thursday in Lexington memorial Hospital she was a native of Guilford county a member of Beck s lutheran Church. Survivors Are three daughters mrs. Joe Essick and mrs. Lawrence Bailey both of it. 6. Lexington and mrs. John Collett or. Of it 6, Thomasville two sons Geo Briggs of Lexington and Clifton Briggs of it. 6, Lexington and three Sisters mrs. Addle Ayers and mrs. Mattie Koonts both of Lexington. And mrs. Betty Mize of Asheboro funeral will be held at la a in. Saturday at Beck s lutheran Church by the Rev. Eldon Roever. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the family will be at Davidson funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 88 5-2145 mrs. Randolph Ellison mrs Matilda Douglas Ellison. St of 312 Robbin ave., Jamestown died sunday morning Enro Ute to High Point memorial Hospital after being in declining health for several years she was bom aug. 20. 1922, in Hamlet a daughter of the late William and Sarah Bennett Douglas she had been a resident of Jamestown for the past 15 years and was a member of Foster Grove Baptist Church survivors include her husband. Randolph Ellison of the Home one daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Quick of Jamestown four grandchildren three Sisters. Mrs Costella Jackson of Richmond. Va., mrs. Lessie Davis and mrs. Elizabeth Hammond both of Brooklyn n Five half Sisters and two Brothers. Luther Douglas of Brooklyn. N y., and j. W. Dunlap of Laurinburg funeral will be held sunday at 3 . At first Emmanuel Baptist Church by the Rev b d Curtis burial will be in Carolina biblical gardens the body will remain at Moore funeral Home until the hour of serv ice. The family will be at the funeral Home saturday night 8 until 9. Mrs. A b. Spell mrs. Verlie Craven spell. 79, of it. 3, Trinity died today at 12 01 , in High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health several months and in critical condition since april 30. 1974 mrs spell was born july 6, 1894. In Moore county a daughter of John a. And Emily Garner Craven she had been a resident of the Trinity area for the past 49 years and attended first Wesleyan Church and was a member of Rachel Ruth sunday school class. In 1913. She was married to Charlie b spell who survives of the Home surviving in addition to her husband Are two daughters mrs. Raymond Wythel Dobbins and mrs c. B. Dot Cook both of Trinity three sons. John l. Spell of the Home. Charles r. Spell of Bonanza. Oread Maurice b spell of Temple City Calif. 12 grandchildren la great grandchildren 2 Sisters. Mrs. Lola Craven Frazier of Mendenhall Road and mrs. Nettie a. Craven Honeycutt of Sale Burgand one brother. Joseph Earl Craven of High Point. The body remains at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements. The family will be at the funeral Home saturday night 7 until 9. Mrs. Georgia Davis Saxapahaw mrs. Georgia Graves Davis. 65, of Saxapahaw died thursday in a Burlington Hospital. Survivors Are two Sisters mrs. T. R. Phillips of Falls Church va., and mrs Paul Hanes of Baltimore my. Three stepdaughters mrs. Reid Abernathy and mrs. Lee Zachary both of Burlington and mrs. Julius Mann of it. 2, Graham and a Stepson Ralph Davis of High Point funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Rich amp Thompson mortuary in Burlington. Mrs j. P. Perry or. Liberty mrs. Thelma Perry. 49, of Liberty died thursday in Moses Cone Hospital Greensboro. She was a native of Lexington and worked for the Liberty hosiery Mill. Survivors Are her husband. John p. Perry or. A daughter mrs. Brenda Price of Summerfield her Mother and a Stepfather or. And mrs. S. J. Curlee of Salisbury and two Sisters mrs Harry Miller of Lexington and mrs. Jake Swicegood of Linwood. Funeral was to be held at 2 pm. Today at Liberty first United methodist Church by the Rev. Paul Bruton burial was to be in Fairview cemetery death claims mrs. Stone Thomasville mrs. Anna Livengood Stone 88, widow of Orlee o. Stone and a resident of 916 Salem St., died on arrival at Community Hospital thursday at 2 45 . She had been a patient in the Liberty House nursing Home for the past two and a half months. Mrs. Stone was bom in Davidson county March 14, 1886. A daughter of pleas and Trecia Hoover Livengood and had lived in Thomasville since 1933. She was a member of first presbyterian Church and a member of the adult Bible class of the sunday school. On oct. 14. 1908. She was married to or. Stone. He died March 27. 1960. Surviving Are one daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Carroll of the Home one son c. Ervin Stone of Raleigh one brother. Paul h. Livengood of it. 4, Thomasville three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At first presbyterian Church by the Rev. Homer c. Phifer or. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons until the hour of the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight. 7 until 9. Willie c. Davis Willie c. Davis 67, of 1502 West St. Died monday at to a in in High Point memorial Hospital following a Long illness. He was bom in Badin june 10, 1907, a son of the late Brack and Patsy Davis. He had lived in High Point for 35 years and was a retired employee of wooden Novelty inc. He was of the Baptist Faith. He was a Mason and sinner. And a member of other fraternal organizations. Survivors include his wife mrs. Jennie Davis of the Home two daughters mrs. Rosa Sherman and mrs. Margaret Little both of the Home two grandchildren two great grandchildren and three Sisters mrs. Annie Raper of Albemarle mrs. Mary Johnson of Beverly n.j., and mrs. Bessie Amaker of Trenton. N j. Funeral Iii be held at 1 15 pm. Sunday at first Emanuel Baptist Church. Burial will be in Greenhill cemetery. The body is at Hoover s funeral Home and the family will be there saturday night 8 to 9 and at the Home at 1502 West St. Floyd g. Huffman or. Funeral for Floyd g. Huffman or. Of 174 17th ave , Hickory was held last sunday May 5, in Hickory. He died May 3. In Hickory. Survivors include his wife the former Emily Cobb of High Point four sons his Mother and father and one brother. Fire District hearing set Archdale a special Public hearing has been set for 7 30 tuesday night at Trinity senior High school for Randolph county residents who live near the fair Grove fire dept., county manager Harold Holmes said today. Holmes said the purpose of the meeting is to determine if Randolph residents living in the fair Grove fire District wish to pay a special tax to remain in the District lip and save 889-7867 to report All drug pushers j Call Day or night i report any facts to help identify a Pusher. You Don i have to identify yourself and Calls cannot be traced to Jurf it no i i Littles i Ommi intr Shuf of. To i still Friday mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Incomplete mrs. Verlie spell seafood Platter a shrimp a oysters a flounder a Perch a Trout a crab a a a a matk in a Are High pointers making their first bid for Public office. When informed today he would not have to worry about a Runoff Challenge Heer said a that is indeed Good news. I can relax and enjoy my in the Greensboro newspaper report. Mcdaniel was quoted As welcoming a Runoff a in order to get a Clear mandate Between us for the seventh nomination. Yes i would ask for it if i m notified today however. Mcdaniel said he had decided not to Call for a Runoff even if he were eligible. Quot i would not want to cause the division within the party and within High Point in he said. On the Republican ticket. Keesee. Seeking re election to the House was last in the primary. She had 2.294 votes to the 2.581 votes received by mrs. Lucite Schwartz in seventh place. All of the Republican candidates received More votes than the majority a 1.665 a required in their House races. Since Keesee was the Low vote getter however she is not qualified for a Runoff Adams declared. In the race for the democratic nomination As District attorney Cole has said he will request a Runoff with Alexander. Official results show Alexander with 6.984 votes and Cole with 6,-099 votes. The third candid Date Joe John was eliminated. He received 3,718 votes. Since both Alexander and Cole received More votes than the majority of 5.600 for the one position Cole is eligible to Call for the Runoff. Adams said. Cole must submit his request within three Days after the state elections Board canvass of the vote next tuesday. According to the official results in tuesdays primary the democratic nominees for the state House and the votes they received Are Henry Frye 17,008 Tom Gilmore 16.493 c. W. Phillips. 15.859 Charlie Webb. 14.009 Tom Sawyer 13.770. Mark Short 13,408, and Fleer 8 882. The Republican nominees and the votes they received Are Odell Payne. 3,694 Lonnie revels. 3.419 Vernon Hart. 2.883 Kenneth purr 2.836 Thomas Hilliard 2.803. David Maas 2,802 and Schwarz 2,581. County sets from registered for the lottery. The school system also plans to continue its eight federally financed kindergarten classes. In other action Board members approved contracts totalling $618,733 for construction of a gym orium and music building on the Campus at the Guilford elementary a Junior High school West of this City. Architects feels will push the total Cost of the project to $662,705 88 the action on the contracts also authorized application to the state for $420,000 toward the facility. The remainder is to come from county sources. Contracts will be signed when the state Board of education authorizes the Money. Board members accepted a tentative Calendar for the coming year showing that students will attend aug 21 for a half Day session and that june 2. 1975. Will be the last Day of the 1974-1975 year. Teachers will begin work aug. 14 and holidays will Fage in follow the same pattern next year As this year. Or. Stahl announced summer school will be held this year for students in grades seven through 12 at Ragsdale High school. Registration will be june la and june 12 and school work will open june 13. Fees will be $30 for a half time program and $50 for a full program. Tuition pays All the Cost of the program. George Rottman assistant superintendent for building and grounds said the Eastern Guilford High school is nearing completion and that the addition at Florence elementary school is moving ahead but that construction is slow at the Alamance primary school. Board members authorized a letter of concern on this project Board members approved appointment of mrs. Barbara Durham chief payroll clerk As treasurer for the school system effective july i to meet requirements of a state Law. Do you need Boot Point of so come to the White elephant sole May la 10 00 am. To 5 00 . At the . Bank Westchester Branch parking lot. We Hove Over 500 pts. Amp qts. To be sold. Another family weekly exclusive May 12 Amin. Weekly i it i be Powell a Mother lint i Mfd i Roto lire Doughie i a Mikvah in Hee Emmi ult i tool i >141 a i air not Hinig Hon Wiiki t Leople it a litre x jut Xuy nil ill Rel from Jane Powell a daughters Quot a Mother s Day card to our mom Quot Shell never say no to something we want at least not until she investigates it. Most often As soon As she determines that its not harmful Shell give what a it like to grow up in the shadows of an established movie Queen How does a child of a famous personality react to that Parent and How does this relationship affect the child Slater life in a an open mothers Day card to our mom a Jane Powell a daughters Sissie 21, and 18-year-old Lindsey share their very real respect and warm appreciation for the lady who a was a Mother and homemaker first then an read the Happy recollections of their unusual but joyous childhood in this week s few color cover Story. 1711 North main St the High Point Enterprise Clapp from Page Ibi administration which helps fund some police programs. Clapp said that he had found no evidence that the subcontractors Are contributing to the delay in construction. On the contrary a he said �?�1 understand that some of them Are quite anxious to be Able to make their installations but Are waiting on the general the mayor also expressed concern Over delays in the construction of a City municipal parking garage on Elm drive which was supposed to have been completed last october. A i have not had quite As close Contact w Ith that project but i am very much concerned by the delays a he said. The mayor advised councilmen several months ago that he. The City manager and Public works director would Confer periodically with the architects and contractors to keep tabs on construction of City structures. He made the remarks on the two projects today when asked for a report on Progress of the buildings. Alarm set off firemen received one Call thursday afternoon and that was not the result of a fire. They were called to Marsh furniture at e. Kearns Avenue and Mangum Street when a to motor hit an automatic sprinkler head and set off the alarm. In Randolph Board hears fund requests by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro Randolph county commissioners met in a special session thursday night to receive two departmental budget requests for Randolph technical Institute and the dept of social services. Both requests were up from the current year. County manager Harold Holmes said this year s budget requests Are going to find it harder to get by commissioners paring because of reduced revenues expected by the county. Holmes said the fiscal year will see the county getting less Money from Federal and state agencies. And budget requests will have to be considered with this in mind. Randolph technical Institute officials asked the commissioners for $401,867 to build a learning resources Center. They said the state will pay $276,867 on the building which All total would Cost in the neighbourhood of $678,734. Total budget requests for the technical school totalled $497,702. Commissioners were also shown a 10-year building plan which school officials said would Cost about $3 million. The commissioners also received the budget from the social services dept. Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter from main St. Next to building 654 North main St of a tic tii Ephone 885-2647 serving Ihn area Birne 1947. Large selection it totes fashions in frames let us fill your neat prescription for glosses. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilton Aubrey Bowman 7i Garland Pugh direct furniture warehouse Mediterranean bedroom Dresser Mirror double or Queen bed Chest amp Nite commode regular s375. Retail Broyhill Spanish bedroom Dresser twin mirrors double or Queen bed Chest amp Nite commode regular $495. Retail 247 ii $33995 la saqq95 Dixie contemporary bedroom door Dresser twin mirrors armoire door Chest double or Queen bed. Two Nite commodes. Regular $725. Retail other bedroom suites by Dixie $395. To $689. New Market samples Fine Quality swivel and platform rockers lilt $eq95 retail Barwick Sample bedroom door Dresser 2 mirrors door Chest double or Queen bed i Nite. Regular $600.00 retail antique White or Oak bedroom Dresser Mirror bed amp Chest. Perfect for girls room 149 Fine Quality lamp tables Coffee tables commode styles regular 3949 exposed Wood arms 70 Inch sofa Maple Frame regular s125. Vinyl sofa us u hta chair 89.95 Book shelves etageres stereo cabinets $995 to$1995 80 in. Maple Bookcase 22� Odd chests too dressers Odd Beds Odd chairs Odd lamps Coffee tables bunk Beds Box Spring a mattress sets etageres student desks 36-Inch round Marble top Coffee table from �?T39. From 59. From 24, from 19. From 8 from 59. From ,9#i from 24e $150 00 value Reg. $25 of lamp tables 9�?� Aho 12�?� swivel rockers from 29. prices Large selection Sleeper sofas again reduced 99. 199. Kuhn Sih Kio. Vinh love seats 39. Fabrics $45 00 Maple Dinette Formica table 6 charts 169. Entire Stock sofas amp chairs reduced from our usual a it a discount Price 18.i. 249. Bar amp Stool $175 value 95. Smau a bedroom lamps 3 it 51 direct furniture warehouse amp clearance Center 1605 Bradley place directly behind Ward St. At red Dot building at Ward 4 Prospect Sis daily Mon. To Fri. 10 30 to 5 30 a saturday 9 30 to 5 00

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