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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals mrs. Gregory Dies in Hospital mrs. E a r i e n e Davis Gregory a native of High Point died Friday at High Point memorial Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Rev. William j. Davis and mrs. Docia Hicks Davis and was a member of St. Stephens . Zion Church. She served As senior adviser of the Church s youth Assembly. She was married to John Henry Gregory who died on May 6. 1960. Survivors include two sons. John Henry Gregory Iii and Michael Gregory one daughter. Marcia Earlene Gregory her Mother All of High Point two Sisters mrs. Theodocia Spencer of Philadelphia a. And mrs. Hattie d. Campbell of High Point two Brothers William j. Davis of Canton. Ohio and Harold r. Davis of Durham. Funeral services will be held at St. Stephen ame. Zion Church sunday at 1 30 . By the Rev. G. Ray Coleman. Burial will be in Greenhill cemetery. The family will be at Hoover funeral Home from 8 to 9 . Today and at 703 Runyon St. Alfred j. Kivett Ramseur Alfred Jackson Kivett 91, of 201 Spring Garden St., Asheboro died Friday in Lee county Hospital in Sanford. The body is at Loflin funeral Home in Ramseur. He was a Carpenter and was employed by the Asheboro City school system and was also a watchman for a textile firm in Asheboro. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Ethel Davidson Lewis Kivett two daughters mrs. Thyra Marley and mrs. Jack Jones both of Ramseur five sons Grant Taft and Lawrence Kivett. All of Ramseur and Gene Kivett of Lexington and a. J. Kivett or. Of Woodbridge. A. A Stepson. Tommy Lewis of Asheboro two Sisters. Mrs. Janie Souther of it. 2, and mrs. Ella Wright of Asheboro and a brother. Clarence Kivett of it. 2. Mrs. Pearlie Horton Hillsville. A. Mrs. Pearlie Horton. 84. Of Hillsville died Friday morning after a four week illness. Among the survivors is her sister mrs. C. E. Peel of 220 Fisher Avenue. High Point. The funeral will be held sunday at 2 . At Gwyne funeral Home in Hillsville. James s. Voss ram eur a James Stanley Voss. 69. Of Ramseur died thursday in Moses Cene Hospital Greensboro. Funeral was to be held at 2 30 . Today at Ramseur Christian Church with burial in Randolph memorial Park. Asheboro. Voss was a retired textile worker. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Emma Horner Voss three daughters. Mrs. Boyd Baneberry of it. I. Asheboro. Mrs. Larry Canoy of Asheboro and miss Gail Voss of the Home a brother Thomas Voss of it. I Greensboro and two Sisters mrs. Tom Martin of Roanoke. Va., and mrs. Jolly Kerr of Madison n j. City school menus week of october 9, 1972 elementary High schools monday monday Barbecue pork hot dog. Chili buttered Corn Cole Slaw Orange juice school Beans chocolate pudding applesauce milk milk tuesday creamed Turkey mashed potatoes Green Beans hot Rolls Gelatin milk tuesday vegetable soup egg salad Sandwich pickles pineapple cake milk wednesday wednesday Spaghetti Spaghetti tossed salad tossed salad French bread French bread peaches peaches cookies Peanut cookies milk milk thursday thursday barbecued Franks mixed greens pork and Gravy Pinto Beans mashed potatoes hot Rolls Green Beans favorite cake hot Rolls milk Gelatin Friday milk fish Stix Friday confetti Slaw fish portion stewed potatoes barbecued Franks Cornbread French Fries pudding Cole Slaw milk cake my milk Chestnut drive it Breed ave. Phone 885-.r�045 Juk at a ii a p Gutty mortuary in am bar of Tho Offler of Tho Goi of bul Quot our homily serving your. Saturday Hugh Terrell Brown 2 . Croon St. Boptist Church i hot i it 2 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882 2555 or 885 2145 mph sunday mrs. Audrey Armfield Waynick 3 . Four Square gospel Church i free hearing Aid test amp trial at Home or office. I service supplies plus Zenith Quality hearing Olds. Piedmont hearing All Pentek 400 n main St i Sheraton hotel main floor Telephone kb3-2ki5 High Point Wuicik dec information f Call icon act 882-8121 we re Here to help you 24 hrs. Ernest Justice Dies at age 72 Ernest Edgar Justice. 72, of 1010 n. Rotary dr., died at 8 30 . Today in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for five years and critically ill two weeks. Or. Justice was born oct. 12, 1899, in Pikeville ky., a son of Alex and Julia Ratliff Justice. A resident of High Point for 23 years he was married nov. 26. 1926. To Lucille Lively. He was a retired employee of the North Carolina employment commission. He was a member of Benike Den masonic Temple. Charleston. W. A. He was a member of first Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lucille l. Justice of the Home and one daughter miss Julia Ann Justice Hillcrest Heights. My. Funeral will be held at 2 . Monday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. R. Delbert Byrum. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home. Friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday night from 7 to 9. High Point Enterprise saturday october 7, 1972 3a two defendants face Superior court trials Queen Annette Boggs of High Point was crowned Homecoming Queen at Pfeiffer College today. A sociology major she is the daughter of or. And mrs. Marvin Boggs of 3103 Corina cir., High Point and a graduate of Trinity High school. Miss Boggs has made the Deans list at Pfeiffer. Last Spring she was elected president of the Pfeiffer Christian life Council. Two persons were bound Over to Superior court Friday during District court and a third person was ordered to stand trial after a preliminary hearing thursday. Billy Joe Simmons of Kearns Avenue was bound Over Friday on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. He is charged with shooting Eddie Wilbanks in the foot and leg with a Shotgun. John Well. 61, of Gordy Street was bound Over on a charge of shooting into an occupied dwelling. He is accused of shooting into the Home of Margaret Marshall of Gordy while she and other persons were in the Home. Bound Over thursday was Diane royals. 16. Of e. Commerce Street charged with stabbing Jerry Garrison May 7 with a paring knife. Garrison miss Mattie Adams miss Mattie Adams 96. Of the presbyterian Home in High Point died Friday at the Home. Graveside service was to be at 3 . Today at Oakwood cemetery in Statesville. The body was taken to Nicholson funeral Home in Statesville. Miss Adams was a native of Iredell county and was a member of first presbyterian Church in Statesville. There Are no immediate survivors. Rain brings on rash of wrecks Wallace Ryan Greensboro Wallace Cleveland Ryan 60. Of it. 12. Rehobeth Church Road died at 10 40 . Friday at Wesley Long Hospital. He had been a patient for one month. He was a life Long resident of Guilford county. He was a sales representative f o r Rhodes furniture co. For 35 years with 324 years in High Point. He was a member of Rehobeth United methodist Church was Secretary of the Church for 17 years and was treasurer for eight years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Bernice Glidewell Ryan of the Home four sons David w. Ryan j. Raymond Ryan and Rodger c. Ryan All of Greensboro and Flallen Ryan of Graham his father g. C. Ryan of it. 12, Greensboro three Sisters mrs. George Bishop. Mrs. Lien Jones and miss Louise Ryan All of Greensboro three Brothers Robert c. Ryan and Howard Ryan both of Greensboro and Bill g. Ryan of High Point four grandchildren the funeral will be held at 3 pm. Sunday at Rehobeth United methodist Church by the Rev. J. Wayne Billings. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 . Today at Hanes Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel in Greensboro. Body s support All members contribute to the expense of the United nations organization wealthy nations paying More than poorer ones. The United states pays a Little less than one third of the Unis expenses. The United nations has a Rule that no nation should pay More than 30 per cent of the . Budget. Rain Slick streets made driving hazardous in High Point Friday As local police investigated 17 wrecks including one in which three persons were injured. Drivers Wilhemnia Toriann Neeley of Winston Salem and Stancy Dee Cardwell 51. Of Hedgecock Road were slightly injured in a two car Accident at about 3 20 . Friday. Also injured in the wreck was Linda Staton of Hedgecock Road a passenger in the Cardwell vehicle. Police said that the Neeley vehicle had stopped for a Stop sign on peach tree drive at n. Main Street but the Driver failed to see the Cardwell car and pulled into its path. Damages were estimated at $1,000 to the Neeley car and $1,100 to the Cardwell vehicle. Wilhemnia Neeley was charged with failure to yield right of Way. No one Wes injured in two related accidents which occurred on old Thomasville Road shortly before 4 . Today. Officers said that a car driven by Michael Davis Hogan 23. Of Carter Street ran off the Road and struck a tree near the Albertson drive intersection. He was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Kenneth Chester Kiger 23. Of Putman Avenue had stopped his car in the Road and was backing up to investigate the Hogan Accident when his car collided with a car driven by Tommy Frank Stepp. 20. Of Thomasville police reported. According to officers mud had made the Road Slick and the Stepp vehicle was unable to Stop in time to avoid the collision. No charges were filed. Damages in the two accidents were estimated at $1,000 to the Kiger car. $400 to the Stepp vehicle and $800 to the Hogan car. Officers also investigated wrecks Friday in which four other persons were injured. Nanci Lohr Craven of Winston Salem was treated and released from High Point memorial Hospital following a wreck which occurred shortly before 7 30 . Officers said that a car driven by John Albert Murray 47, of Carrick Avenue pulled from no Tom Dick or Harry can beat our Frank they re the Best Way to make your hunger and All the Little hungers in your House Happy. Div a Sunset drive onto Lindsay Street in the path of the Craven car. Damages were estimated at $800 to the Murray vehicle and $1,000 to the Craven car. Murray was charged with failure to yield right of Way. William Hearl Barker 72, of Academy Street also was charged with failure to yield right of Way following an Accident around 4 . According to police a car driven by George Lee Jackson. 27, of East Street was struck by the Barker vehicle pulling from Sherman Road onto s. Elm Street. Jackson was injured slightly. No charges were filed following a i . Collision on s. Wrenn Street. Bill Andrew Thomas 41, of Pine Needle Road was injured slightly when the car he was driving collided with a vehicle operated by Gaither Eads jr., 19. Of Johnson Street. Officers said the Thomas car was turning from Wrenn into the Post office parking lot when the Accident occurred. William Morris Timberlake 27. Of Franklin Street escaped serious injury when the car he was driving collided with a vehicle operated by Edward Braxton 65, of Trinity. Officers said that the Timberlake car was stopped at a traffic Light on Surratt drive at s. Elm Street when the Braxton car was unable to Stop on the wet pavement and skidded into the rear of the second vehicle. Braxton was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Was reportedly stabbed four times in the Back and three times in the legs. Jimmy Small of Royal Street was Given 90 Days Active on a charge that he Cut Danny Linthicum in the Back with a pocket knife. He entered an Appeal. Also receiving Active time was Raymond Samuel Fouts of it. I Jamestown who got 20 Days on a charge of Public drunkenness. A motion to dismiss was granted in the Case of Dale Scott Lanier 18. Of Lindale drive charged with simple Possession of marijuana. The warrant alleged Lanier had less than five Grams of a marijuana Between the front seats of his car. Nol presses were taken in two cases of Possession and Bale of non tax paid whisky against Otis Tyson of new Road. In a third Case he was fined $50 and costs. Venson Nocomis Bradley 48. Of it. I. Whittier was fined $40 and costs on a charge of transporting whiskey. John Wayne Leggins 19, of it. 4, Thomasville was Given 12 months suspended and fined $100 and costs on a charge of Drunken driving. Joe Ross Copple 40, of Impala drive charged with Drunken driving pleaded guilty to exceeding a Safe Speed. He was fined $25 and costs. The court file on Copple indicated the arresting officer was no longer on the Force. Roger i be Lucas 25. Of it. 4. Charged with Drunken driving pleaded guilty to reckless driving. He was fined $50 and costs. Nol crosses with leave were taken on recommendation of the officer in cases of Speed too Miles per hour in a 35 mph zone and failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren against Charles David Reid 18. Of friends Avenue. Martha Lynn Boone 17, of Putnam Avenue was sentenced to the one Day she had already been in jail on charges of not having a License and with the scene of an Frances Davis of s. Main Street was Given 60 Days suspended and taxed costs on a charge of assault by pointing a gun and Gerald Hampton Edge no age or address listed. Was taxed costs for resisting an officer. James Willie Rogers. 27, of Franklin Street and Ruby Lynch Rogers. 46. Of Grace Street were fined $5 each on disturbing the peace charges resulting from an incident at High Point memorial Hospital. A resisting arrest charge against Rogers resulting from the same incident was consolidated for judgment. Ai returning the Rev. Arthur l. Wesley jr., of Moyock and a former pastor of Hickory Chapel Wesleyan Church will be Homecoming speaker for the local Church sunday at 10 50 a in. The lamplighters quartet of Winston Salem will sing at sunday school at 9 45 . A picnic dinner will follow the morning worship. Conference by Church scheduled Lexington the fifth annual meeting of the Western . Assn. Of the United Church of Christ is scheduled for tuesday in Pilgrim United Church of Christ. It. I Lexington. The association roughly is bounded by Tryon Asheville blowing Rock Winston Salem. Reidsville Rockingham and Charlotte. Involved Are 135 churches representing a confirmed membership of 25.000 people. A feature of the session starting at 9 45 . Will be recognition of or. A. Odell Leonard of Lexington. Or. Paul m. Limbert of Black Mountain or. Felix b. Peck of Gold Hill and or. Banks j. Peeler of Salisbury who Are this year observing their 50th anniversaries of ordination to the Christian ministry and service to the Church. Officers of the association Are or. Lonnie a. Carpenter of Salisbury president mrs. i. Grimes of Conover vice president mrs. Henry Kennedyjr. Of Thomasville Secretary and Jack h. Frank of Lexington treasurer. The area is under the supervision of associate conference minister Edwin m. Alcorn of Salisbury. F automatic i it pfc 1full amp a a it Ltd c o Wati in tuft Jai a a if to tip pan i a. To in hmm on k�oo4 St i my at of no i at Atmo two Oaks car Wash Al lion of Wettich titty and n mom is Drivers leaving Accident. Early service cancelled sunday the usual 8 45 a in. Worship service will not be held at Wesley memorial United methodist Church sunday. A special musical presentation the oratorio a a Elijah i will be Given at the la . Service in the Church Sanctuary. The official class ring designed ten or twelve years ago does not fit today s student preference buy your class ring in the modern manner at. Lester a jewellers t3t South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks any boy of girl 6 Loio with bit Folber cart oin la Quot a Indian program Quot la it a National program of la Myca in wbb f Athar Ond ibid to Impala o Tab mamas a or a con title of no Mort than no Ond no left Ibon to Point old a a indians Quot where tribe to. Bold 7 maim it a month generally in o tribe member borne Arith o Delisle program Tho Moy include such activities of tee pee building. Indian lore. Crotle nature tidy a a Curtis in glory telling and recreation. Each tribe elect it i own Chiel Medicine Mon Ond Wampum bearer. When now the on Nuol meeting tor the High Point nation y Indian guides will be Beld on saturday eve neg october 7, 1977 in the All purpose room on the second door of the Myca at 401 South mom Street How to join the y Indian guides or the y Indian princesses come to the y this Sot at 7 30. Or Cau 882-6854 anytime ll0. N main St. Whole Gram breads cereals flours teas honeys nut Butters the no Parth Futural Intuit Al firm Vitamin supplements dried fruits snacks soaps cosmetics Etc. Opening monday october o i la specials us a Ltd f too copies of addle Davis let s of right to keep fit. Fit be one too Tablet bottle of taste chewable Vitamin c Reg m.49 with Purchase of one 250 Tablet bottle of Tosti chewable c. Limit to first too customers. Come and taste Sample look visit amp Chat 1309 Johnson Street High Point n. C. 27262 919 886-4315 hours . 9 30-12.30 1 30 5 30 closed for natural lunch Sot. 9 30-12 30 Hoy

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