High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 30 1974, Page 34

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise. Thursday May 30, 1974 deaths amp funerals c. L. Thompson w. H. Evans Honeycutt of Thomasville Dies at 80 funeral set Chester Lucious Thompson. 58, of it. 6, Thomasville a former resident of 1510 Courtesy Road died wednesday at 7 15 . In veterans Hospital Durham. Or. Thompson was born aug. 19, 1915, in Douglas a son of William e. And Eugenia Bowen Thompson. He had been a resident of the High Point area most of his life until three years ago when he moved to Thomasville. He was employed by Crown hosiery Mills inc. Until his retirement seven years ago. He was of the methodist Faith and was a Veteran of world War ii. Having served in the la. S. Army. On dec 8, 1934, he was married to miss Edna Louise Board who survives u. The Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one daughter mrs. Ronnie Janet Beeson of Archdale rd., two sons Rex i. Thompson of 818 Rose Crest or and Roger d Thompson of 3227 lofty View or. Eight grandchildren two step grandchildren three Brothers Harley Thompson of Denton Seth Thompson of High Point and Cleon Thompson of St. George. A. And four Sisters mrs. Minnie Weisner of route 5. Mrs. Leona Solomon of 3503 Glendale dr., Archdale. Mrs. Becky Douglas of it. Meade. Fla., and mrs. Joann Douglas of Mulberry Fla. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body remains at Cumby mortuary. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday evening 7 until 9. P. L. Keaton Greensboro Posie l. Keaton a former Greensboro resident and retired Cone Mills White Oak division employee was dead on arrival wednesday at Forsyth Hospital. Winston Salem where he was taken from a nursing Home near Stokesdale. He was 85 years old and a native of Patrick county a. Survivors Are eight sons Carl Keaton of Eden James Keaton of Roxboro. Fred Keaton of Raleigh Joseph Keaton of High Point Tom. Dean Robert and William Keaton All of Greensboro two daughters. Mrs. Essie Jenkins and mrs. Louise Wright both of Greensboro and a brother Willie Keaton of Durham. Funeral will be held at la a m Friday at Lambeth Troxler funeral Home by the Rev. Charles Hutchinson. Burial will be in Lakeview memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. William Bill Herbert Evans. 80, of 914 Randolph St., was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital wednesday at 11 30 he had been in declining health several years. Or. Evans was born March 31, 1894, in Randolph county a son of George and Roxanna neighbors Evans. A resident of High Point since 1941, he was self employed As a Painter he was a Veteran of world War i. Having served with the . Army. He was of the Baptist Faith. On june 27, 1929, he was married to miss Bessie Elmore who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two sons Jerry c. Evans of 610 Lake St. And Charles r. Evans of Winston Salem and two step grandchildren. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Herbert me Heron and or. J. A Grout. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday evening 7 until 9. H. R. Peeler Salisbury Harry Ray Peeler 69, of 518 Maupin ave. Died tuesday in Rowan Hospital. He was a native of Rowan county and for 32 years was a Salesman for Rockwell casket co he was a member of first United Church of Christ past president of the North and South Caroline salesmen s association and the Salisbury Rowan civitan club. Survivors Are his wife mrs Ruby Smith Peeler a daughter mrs. Charles m. Sheehan of Memphis. Tenn. Four Sisters. Miss Eula Mae Peeler of Concord mrs. Herbert Wetmore of it. I Woodleaf mrs. Addle Moyer of Salisbury and miss Helen Peeler of Thomasville and a brother George d. Peeler of Kannapolis. Funeral was to be held at 4 . Today at first United Church of Christ by or. Lonnie a. Carpenter. Burial was to be in City memorial Park c. L. Loflin Denton a funeral for Calvin l. Loflin 52, of route i was to be held at 4 . Today at Siloam United methodist Church in Davidson county. Burial was to be in Mountain View memorial gardens in Denton. Or. Loflin died tuesday in Community general Hospital in Thomasville the Rev. Jasper Lee Honeycutt 70. Of it. 5, High Point died wednesday at 12 45 . In High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in his usual health until suffering a heart attack five Days ago. He was born july 26, 1903, in Iredell county a son of John Anderson and Delia Taylor Honeycutt. He had been a resident of the High Point area for the past 60 years. On sept. 15, 1923, he was married to miss Jessie Gregory. In 1935, he was ordained As a minister of the Western North Carolina conference of the pentecostal holiness Church. He had pastured several churches in this conference until his retirement in 1969. He was a member of Erindale pentecostal holiness Church. Surviving Are his wife of the Home two sons Carol Honeycutt of it. 5. High Point and Austin Gene Honeycutt of 219 Aldridge Road one daughter mrs. Howard Betty Dixon of Randleman four grandchildren two Brothers Willie Honeycutt of Statesville and Johnny Honeycutt of Greensboro five Sisters mrs. Lee Ruth Smith of Concord mrs. Bill Mary Skeen mrs. Clyde Estelle Lawrence and mrs. Lee Ellen Asbill All of High Point and mrs. Ivory Bessie Hare of Charlotte one step brother Elmer Norman of it. Holly two stepsisters mrs. Murphy Leotta Starnes of 234 Mill St. And mrs. Vard Calsie Hagar of Ocala Fla. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev. Don s. Whitfield. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday night 7 until 9 and at the Home of a son Carol Honeycutt on it. 5, High Point. D. C. Guy red Springs Dunaway c. Guy 64. Of it. I Parkton died wednesday morning. Survivors include his wife mrs. Hazel c. Guy of the Home a son. William t. Guy of High Point two Sisters mrs. Nora Jackson of red Springs and mrs. Annie Brigman of Fayetteville and two grandchildren. Funeral was to be held at 4 . Today at Parkton Baptist Church. Burial was to be in Parkton cemetery. J. H. Roberts Siler City James h. Jim Roberts 82. Of Siler City died wednesday in Chatham Hospital. He was a native of Chatham county and a retired textile worker. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Fannie Kinnison Roberts three sons Garland Roberts of Asheboro Hassell a Roberts of Baltimore md., and Quot Howard f. Roberts of Bonlee two daughters mrs. Helen Caviness of Julian and mrs. Lillian Mobley of North Charleston. So. And a sister mrs. Mary Culberson of Belmont. Funeral will be held at 3 . Friday at Smith amp Buckner Chapel. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Emmett e. Hyatt Winston Salem funeral for mrs. Emmett e. Hyatt of Winston Salem will be held at 4 . Friday at Midway United methodist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Vogler a main Street Chapel. Mrs. Hyatt. 84. Died tuesday night in Forsyth memorial Hospital. We service the Lawn mowers we sell Quot use our own easy pay plan your master charge or Bank am Ricard. James e. Ledwell James Edward Ledwell 45, of 1804 Ramsey rd., Canterbury acres was dead on arrival tuesday morning in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for two years. Or. Ledwell was born oct. 23,1928, in Archdale a son of George Edgar and Gladys Brown Ledwell. He was a resident of this area most of his life and graduated from Allen Jay High school. He was employed at Sloop Auto service. He was a Veteran of the korean War and was of the Quaker Faith. Surviving Are his parents or. And mrs. George e. Ledwell of North Madison. Ohio. Funeral will be held at 2 . Friday in Holly Springs friends meeting House near Ramseur by the Rev. Archie b. Creed and the Rev. Cecil e. Haworth. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the secures funeral Home until placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. V hat kind of tale Are you having. Basement attic garage announce it with a Chat sifted and High Point Hospital accredited High Point memorial Hospital has been accredited by the joint commission on accreditation of hospitals Jach according to r. T. Amos or. Chairman of trustees. This accreditation which covers from 1974 to 1976, is the result of an on site Survey made by Field representatives of the joint commission s Hospital accreditation program. Accreditation indicates that this facility has chosen to operate according to standards set by Icah and that the facility has in the main met these standards. The standards published As the accreditation manual for hospitals set Forth maximum achievable goals of excellence against which a facility can measure itself and be measured by the joint commissions Survey. High Point memorial Hospital is one of approximately 4,900 general hospitals throughout the . That have earned this recognition. There Are approximately 6,600 general hospitals in the . Man accused quintuplets of raping child turn forty Asheboro a it. 3, Asheboro Farmer has been charged with raping his 12-year-old daughter in a warrant taken out by his wife the Randolph county sheriffs dept reports. Randolph county sheriff Lloyd Brown said Lindsey Clark Parrish 38, is being held in jail without privilege of Bond pending a preliminary hearing. Brown said the warrant signed by mrs. Norene Parrish claimed the incident occurred on August 3, 1973. Montreal a the three surviving Dionne quintuplets Annette Cecile and Yvonne have celebrated their 40th birthdays without a family reunion. In a Telephone interview Annette Allard said she planned to spend tuesday quietly and that the three Sisters did not intend to celebrate their birthdays together. All three live in the Montreal area. Since 1897 Sechrest service mortuary 1301 e Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 of my a by inv nation nation Al set Cerro morticians thursday mrs. Rita Weir Morris j . St. Mary episcopal Church Friday James Edward Ledwell pm Holly Spring Friend meeting House near Ramseur n. C. Phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Saturday Rev. Jasper Lee Honeycutt pm pentecostal holiness Church William Herbert Evant pm Cumby Chapel incomplete Chester Thompson Carolina tire 208 English to. Telephone 882-6895 Good news a bad news Sale first the bad news now the Good news dependable High Point s be truck Load dealer is having a Sale on hundreds of be appliance purchased at the old Price. First come a first Home with great buys. 14.2 cd. It. No Frost storage now just . 20.8 cd. It. Re Frig Freezer with giant 6.96 cd. It. Freezer 10,500 13tu/hr fashion ire of with High fashion Cook top in Washer . Dryer . Model we a s350p 2-Speed heavy duty 18 la. De 7200 dependable 1641 n. Main St. Is 104 refrigeration inc. 886-4987

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