High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 29 1974, Page 90

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 4b High Point Enterprise wednesday May 29 j974 deaths funerals r l Shuford Dies at 92 Thomasville Robert Lee Shuford 92 of 8 or died tuesday at 10 am in Community general Hospital following 10 Days of hospitalization he was born in Caldwell county May 311881 a son of Lewis Durant and Annie Caroline Beach Shuford and had lived in Thomasville for 55 years he was associated with the former Standard chair co for Many years he was a member of memorial United methodist Church and was an honorary Steward of the Church he was a member of the r l Pope Bible class on dec 23 1906 he was married to miss Lillie Henley who died june 6 1968 surviving Are two daughters mrs Luther Lillian Clemmons of Lake Junaluska and miss Eleanor Shuford of the Home one son r l Shuford or of Wilson one sister mrs c r Dula of 1141 Fisher ferry re and three grandsons funeral will be held thursday at 11 am in j c Green sons Chapel by the Rev James r Westmoreland burial will be i Thomasville City cemetery the family will be at the Home and at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 mrs w h Presnell Greensboro mrs Semenar Alice Presnell 79 of 3823 West ave died tuesday in Moses Cone Hospital she was a Durham native and had lived in Greensboro 12 years survivors Are her husband William Henry Presnell four daughters mrs Ethel Martel of Castleberry Fla mrs Grover Crocker of Henderson mrs Ellen Blankenship of Richmond a and mrs Dorothy Allison of Clemson so two sons Willie s Miller or of Chicago 111 and James i Miller of Greensboro a sister mrs n l Bowman of High Point two Brothers John a Mcfarland of High Point and Stephen l Mcfarland of Jamestown funeral will be held at 11 am thursday at Hanes Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel by the Rev j k Green burial will be in Guilford memorial Park the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of a brother Stephen Mcfarland c l Loflin Asheboro Calvin Lafayette Loflin 52 of it 1 Denton died tuesday in a Thomasville Hospital he was a member of West end Baptist Church and worked at the Erwin Lambeth furniture co in Thomasville survivors Are his wife mrs Laurene Beane Loflin a son Clayton Loflin of the Home two daughters mrs Roger Blake of it 1 Denton and miss Annette Loflin of the Home and three Sisters mrs Nellie Hulin of it 2 Thomasville mrs Colon Yates of Denton and mrs James Shore of it 7 Asheboro the body is at Pugh funeral Home funeral arrangements Are in Complete since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 8822555 8852145 atm bar by National f selected i morticians wednesday mrs Cora Kennedy Reynolds 4pm Schreit Chapel thursday mrs Rita Weir Morris 7pm St episcopal Church incomplete James Edward Ledwell h p Williams Concord Howard Page 65 of 136 Pala fide done Concord died tuesday morning at Cabarrus Hospital he was born nov 24 1908 in High Point a son of Thomas and Sally Snider Williams he was an employee of Kayser Roth hosiery co and was a member of Mcgill Avenue Baptist Church survivors include his wife mrs Ada Frye Williams of the Home one daughter mrs w Paul Davis of Marietta a one son Edward l Williams of Newnan a eight grandchildren six great grandchildren one sister mrs t w Moose of High Point two Hal Sisters miss Annie Livengood and mrs Mamie Council both of High Point one brother Ralph Williams of High Point and one Hal brother Paul Williams of High Point funeral will be held thursday at 3 pm at Mcgill Avenue Baptist Church by the Rev Thomas Hogan burial will be in Carolina memorial Park the body will remain at the Wilkinson funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mrs Mary Rich Asheboro mrs Mary Kate Mamie Brooks Byrd Rich 82 of Asheboro died tuesday in Randolph Hospital she was a member of Union Grove Christian Church survivors Are a son Howard a Byrd of it 4 Asheboro a sister mrs Pearl Davis of Marion a stepdaughter mrs Oscar Lemmons of Burlington and six Stepsons John a and Edmond Rich both of Holly Hill so Harris c Rich of Roanoke a Joe f Ollie j and Reid h Rich All of Asheboro funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday at Union Grove Christian Church by the Rev Homer Frye and the Rev Avery Brown the body is at Loflin funeral Home Ramseur and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 mrs e e Hyatt Winston Salem mrs Melia Fishel Hyatt 84 widow of Emmett e Hyatt of Winston Salem died tuesday at pm in Forsyth memorial Hospital survivors include three daughters mrs Hoyle r Smith of Lexington and mrs Woody w Holmes and mrs John p Berrier both of Winston Salem four sons the Rev Emmett e Hyatt or of Jamestown Lester g Hyatt of Lexington and Hubert e and e Ray Hyatt both of Winston Salem two Brothers David e and Joseph m Fishel both of Winston Salem and two Sisters mrs John Shelton and miss Grace Fishel both of Winston Salem funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Vollers main Street Chapel death claims j e Ledwell James Edward Ledwell of 1804 Ramsey re Canterbury estates was dead on arrival tuesday at High Point memorial Hospital funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at the Sechrest funeral Home w p bean Lexington William Paul bean 44 of Roanoke a formerly of Lexington died tuesday following a heart attack he worked for Mobile chemical co and was a Veteran of the korean War he was a member of Green Ridge Baptist Church in Roanoke survivors Are his wife mrs Ola Weaver bean two sons Byron and Dennis bean both of the Home a daughter miss Pamela bean of the Home four Brothers Ernest bean of Hyattsville my Richard bean of Albemarle and Thomas and Vernon bean both of Salisbury and three Sisters mrs Mack Eller and mrs Homer Myers both of Lexington and mrs Herman Shore of Yadkinville funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday at Fairview Baptist Church Lexington by the Rev Sam p Wall the Rev Troy York and the Rev Gary Hoffman burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery the body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 mrs Rita Morris mrs Rita Weir Morris 79 of 729 Bridges or died at am tuesday in Maryfield nursing Home where she had been a patient for three months she had been in declining health for two years mrs Morris was born sept 201894 in Jefferson county Ala a daughter of Levi and Mary Davis Weir she was a resident of High Point 40 years and was a member of Saint marys episcopal Church surviving Are two daughters miss Katherine Morris of the Home and mrs j r Inez Lytle of 330 Mon lieu ave one son William l Morris of Utica by five grandchildren and two great grandchildren funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday in Saint marys episcopal Church by the Rev William p Price burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home the family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs Lytle 330 Mon lieu ave and at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Ned b Briggs Lexington Ned b Briggs 37 of Denton Tex formerly of Lexington died tuesday at his Home after suffering a heart attack he was born in Davidson county a son of Judd r and Alice Smith Briggs he was a member of the methodist Church in Texas he attended Catawba College and served in the us air Force he had been employed with Moore business forms co in Texas for several years after being transferred from the company Winston Salem office surviving Are two sons Stephen and Danny Briggs both of Denton Tex his Stepmother mrs j r Briggs of Lexington a sister mrs Paul Betty Lou Leonard of Pfafftown and brother Bill Briggs of it 6 Lexington the body is at Lanier Briggs funeral Home in Denton no pending completion of arrangements b r Iseley Burlington Ben Robert Iseley 73 of route 8 died monday in no memorial Hospital Chapel Hill he was a native of Alamance county and a retired construction super visor he later worked As a school crossing guard for the City of Burlington he was a member of first Christian United Church of Christ survivors Are his wife mrs Mabel Miles Iseley two daughters mrs Jean Sherard of Burlington and mrs Richard Welborn of Stoneville a son or e t Iseley of Burlington and three Sisters mrs Eupha i Wrenn of Burlington mrs Kenneth Turner of Raleigh and mrs c b Brady of funeral was to be held at 2 pm today at first Christian United Church of Christ by the Rev Winfred Bray and the Rev Lee k Iseley m a Gates Ramseur James a Gates 46 of ref 1 Bennett died tuesday in no memorial Hospital Chapel Hill survivors Are ten Brothers Elton Gates of the Home Elmer John Fred the Rev Everett and the Rev Clint Gates All of Greensboro Vernon and William Oates both of Siler City Aster Oates of Bennett and Robert Oates of Floyd so and three Sisters mrs Dorothy Cox and mrs Annie Shaffer both of Greensboro and mrs Edna Edwards of Siler City funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday at pleasant Grove Christian Church by the Rev Hayes Ritter and the Rev Tom Hill burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at Loflin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 Security guards with two Way Raditi tar itch ind till i i your Burin ii Home and property will Root act 24 hours per Day Daves patrol watchman service 126 n main High Point no Call 8864025 thursday could be one of the most important nights of your learn to speak effectively become a Leader meet people easily increase your income improve your memory attend free demonstration meeting mortuary phone 8855045 102 Chestnut or new Plaza festival scheduled first citizens Bank preparing to move into its new Midtown residence on monday will give away several Hundred dollars during its festival in the Plaza top prize during the one evening event will be the interest on a million dollars for a week j William Mcguinn vice president said that a drawing will be held at 3 pm from among names registered Between the opening and 8 to determine the Winner of other Cash prizes ranging from 100 Silver dollars to in pennies to a registrant aged 15 or under will be Given away at the same time first citizens will occupy the main floor of the new eight Story Bank Plaza at 101 s main St opening for business there on tuesday cards double the population Cleveland a there Are More than two plastic credit cards in use for every Man woman and child in America a majority of yours probably were made by address graph Multi graph corp Here which produces More than 100 million cards a year More mom Page in delinquent children and suggested the possibility that the department of social services could contract youth care inc for a receiving and evaluation Center which could include abused and neglected children mrs Bennett said 75 per cent Federal funds Are available for use for abused and neglected children who Are clients of the Agency Board members also supported a proposal to allocate in county funds toward operation of a transportation system for the elderly the plan would operate under the older americans act and would include in Federal funds requests for transportation would be sent through the Council on aging officials said Board members heard David Mack a social worker report on a night extended services project Mack who is resigning said the program needs two workers he said he had Good cooperation from Greensboro police but that he did not receive help from High Point police Sharks do not rely Only on biting to eat says Warren Zeiller curator at the Miami a aquarium Sharks can open their jaws wide enough to Swallow Large prey in one gulp Good government from Mill thursday May 30th pm Owca 112 Gatewood ave High Point Dale Carnegie course presented Fey e j tour corp Hayes Luri Erffee Dole free copy of How to win friends and influence people to each person attending demonstration p o Box 8123 Greensboro n c summer school courses planned registration for summer school classes for High Point students will be held june 611 according to h Lee Andrews school director classes which will be held at High Point Central High school will begin june 12 the session will end july 19 course offerings will include All Levels of English grades physical science and biology general math business math algebra and geometry and social studies additional courses will be offered if a number of students Are interested and if details can be worked out Andrews explained classes will operate 8 am until 1 pm monday through saturday students who wishes additional information should Contact school officials at High Point Central been booked by the carry the organization on tuesday arid Burden wednesday afternoons As Well heretofore the Good government league calling itself a nonprofit organization has dealt largely with bread and butter issues Anderson listed some of the projects previously undertaken improving a tax form changing the location of postal Deposit boxes and altering the procedures for collection of Utility Bills in Greensboro a Lon term project currently in the works is a study of health care costs despite the apparently abstract nature of the audit of the police investigation Anderson insists that the inquiry snot political he said it is merely a question of whether the cites tax Money is being spent wisely businessmen have invested heavily in the City he asserted there the greatest taxpayers and they fertilizer beats Salt Indianapolis a an Indianapolis woman has come up with her own solution to the problem of having Salt tracked into her House during the Winter instead of using Salt to melt ice on sidewalks Thelma Miller sprinkles fertilizer mrs Miller says the fertilizer sweeps off rugs much More easily than Salt and in the Spring the Lawn alongside the walks is much Greener last Winter some of the fertilizer washed onto nearby Strawberry Beds mrs Miller said and boy did we have Good big strawberries heaviest tax new Archdale j from Foill the Library will move into the new City Hall building when it is completed Library officials at the meeting tuesday night indicated the reduction in their request will cause them to drop plans to open the facility More hours during the week the Council did approve a motion offered by f a coins that the Council would give the extra requested providing the Library stayed in its same quarters and paid its own rent the City has been paying rent on the s main Street building used by the Library at a rate of per month the budget As tentatively approved tuesday night will now be open for 20days Public inspection before it is Given final approval in other action tuesday night the Council voted not to go along with a recommendation from its planning Board to rezone the l f Wheeler property on South main Street from residential 15 to business1 Larry Solomon an Archdale resident asked for the zone change so he and his wife could relocate a Beauty shop there councilmen for the most part appeared to feel that rezoning the land would constitute spot zoning which is illegal the Council voted 33 on the motion and mayor Henry York cast the tie breaking vote the Council will continue its May meeting tonight beginning at pm computerized from Page in requested by property owners under the assessment program the Council still must determine specifically where approximately million in Bond funds tagged for major Street construction will go the City manager has suggested several projects from the councils priority list but councilmen have not made the choices get 1 free take this Coupon to your store and buy one Bath size bar of you get a second bar free once youve washed with Dove youll see the big difference Between Dove and Ordinary soap Dove is on Quarter cleansing Cream it just cant dry your skin the Way soap can take this lever Coupon to your store Good for 1 free Bath size bar when you buy 1 Bath size Dove f4 White or Pink b f to dealer we will reimburse you 3lt plus 3 for handling provided that you and the consumer have compiled with the terms of our Coupon offer this Coupon is food Only when redeemed by you from a consumer at time of 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