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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Deaths funerals school Board High Point Enterprise wednesday october is 1174 to succeed Keever 3d mrs Dulligan is dead at 78 mrs Bessie Atkinson Dulligan 78 of Maryfield nursing Home died at 11 am tuesday in Maryfield nursing Home where she had been a patient for two years she had been in declining health for several years mrs Dulligan was born May 12 1896 in England a daughter of William and Ada Crabtree Atkinson she had been a resident of High Point for six years coming Here from Georgia she was married sept 14 1927 to Lawrence Frank Dulligan he died oct 131960 she was a member of first United methodist Church of Griffin a surviving Are two daughters mrs Laurie bet to Pritchett of 1229 Westwood ave and mrs Donald Moira Stewart of Huntsville Ala nine grandchildren and one sister mrs Lewis Evans of Griffin a the body was sent this morning to Haisten Brothers funeral Home 522 Meriwether st Griffin a where funeral and burial will be held the family will be at the Home of the sister mrs Evans 1401 w Poplar st Griffin a the family requests that memorials be made to Maryfield nursing Home rather than to the funeral mrs Carl Fultz Randleman mrs Maggie Myrtle Fultz 74 of 111 Randolph st died tues Day at Randolph memorial Hospital she was a native of Montgomery county and a member of first Baptist Church surviving Are her husband Carl Fultz five daughters mrs Vernon Smith of Graham Wash mrs Ber Nard Devries of grand rapids Mich mrs Bobby Burgess of it 2 Ramseur miss Annie Alger of Fayetteville and mrs Homer Leonard of Asheboro two sons Eldridge e Furr of Orlando Fla and Mack m Fultz of it 2 Randleman a brother Alvin Furr of Statesville and a sister mrs Pauline York of Asheboro funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Pugh funeral Home mrs e l Morecock Asheboro mrs Irene Dixon Morecock 58 of new port news a died monday at her residence there surviving Are her husband de Lowe Morecock two stepdaughters and one step son six Sisters mrs Glenn Jones mrs Alton Burkhart mrs Ben Cox mrs Willard Beamer and mrs Herman h Lewallen All of Asheboro and mrs Lowell Mcmillan of Tucker a and a brother James Dixon of it 2 Asheboro Agenda Light Black elected chamber head by Ray Hubbard Enterprise sunday editor theres a Light Agenda on tap for thursdays meeting of the High Point Board of education but that Doest mean it wont be a Long after noon after a couple of routine matters regarding minor change orders on construction projects and resignation and employment of teachers or Dean b Pruette has scheduled a tour of the three High schools the tour is to provide the Board with firsthand information on the conditions at Northeast Griffin and Fern Dale Junior highs the Board has had a Runn ing debate for several months on How Best to expand Junior High education space it had Long been planned to build a new Junior the Shady Rook school Complex site and this was the year funds had been expected to become available but the funds Are not available and although they probably will be next year this has prompted the school Board to take another look at i f Everhart Lexington Ira f Everhart 70 of route 12 died tuesday in Lexington memorial Hospital he was born in Davidson county and was a retired employee of Lin Taylor corp he was a member of Pilgrim United Church of Christ surviving Are his wife mrs Fay Mccraw Everhart a daughter mrs Ronnie Russell of Thomasville two sons Steve Everhart of it 12 Lexington and Mike Everhart of the Home two Sisters mrs l 0 Walser of Lexington and miss Edna Everhart of it 12 Lexington and a brother Craw Ford Everhart of it 12 Lexington funeral will be held at 4 pm thursday at Pilgrim United Church of Christ by the Rev Everett Meese burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at Davidson funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 mrs Nancy Barham Greensboro mrs Nancy Eliza Barham 75 of 1508 Rainbow or died tues Day at Wesley Long Hospital she was a native of Stokes county and had lived Here 65 years surviving Are three daughters mrs Rachel Raynor mrs Eva Dixon and mrs Lois Foster All of Greensboro two sons John r Barham of Greensboro and Charles w Barham of High Point a sister mrs Nelia Sandford of Durham and a brother Rufus g Tilley of Greensboro the family will be at Hane Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of mrs Raynor 704 Mayflower or funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday at Central pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev Larry Queen burial will be in Lakeview memorial Park cemetery funeral was to be held to Day at Newport news a a graveside service will be held at 4 pm thursday at Oaklawn cemetery Asheboro by the Rev Nat Thompson mortuary phone 8855045 102 Chestnut or since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 8822555 8852145 i National i ski act Ftp i morticians wednesday William Roy Benson 11 a Sechrest Chapel miss Gladys Marie Mcdan icis 3 pm Soch roil Copol mrs Eva Cox Liberty mrs Eva Kirkman Cox 84 of it 1 Franklinville died in ran Dolph memorial Hospital Asheboro tuesday she was a member of Grays Chapel United methodist Church surviving Are a daughter mrs Ruby Lineberry of it 1 Climax four sons Wesley and Leo Cox both of Asheboro Noel Cox of Zephyr Spring Fla and j f Cox of it 1 Climax and a sister mrs Lou Hayes of Sophia funeral will be held at 3 pm thursday at Grays Chapel United methodist Church by the Rev James Clodfelter and the Rev Dewey Auman burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at Loflin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to1 9 h e Wright Stoneville Henry e Wright 76 of route 3 died at his Home tuesday he was born in it airy surviving Are a daughter mrs Flossie m Smith of it 2 Stoneville two Sisters mrs Mary Smith of Florida and mrs Nora nations of Pilot Mountain and two Brothers Ila Wright of Pilot Mountain and Brady Wright of High Point funeral will be held at 2 pm thursday at fair funeral Home Chapel burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery the family will be at fair funeral Home to night 7 to 9 mrs Mary Richardson Greensboro mrs Mary Mamie Asbury Richardson 97 of 1800 har die st died tuesday at Greensboro convalescent Center she was a member of st Pauls presbyterian Church surviving Are two daughters mrs Hazel new som of High Point and mrs Lucille Wright of greens Boro two sons Clyde Richardson of Thomasville and Winfred Richardson of Tampa Fla and a sister mrs Jesse Hicks of Asheboro funeral will be held at 11 am thursday at Hanes Lineberry Vanstory Street Chapel by the Rev Jerry Mccann burial will be in Why not cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Nusu Man says millions will starve Oakland Calif a professor at North Carolina state University Gerald Elkan predicts that 100million people will starve to death this year the reason he gives is that increased Oil prices have caused a worldwide Shor Tage of High nitrogen fertilizer Elkan said in a speech at Mills College tuesday night that the undeveloped world has found fertilizer too sex the Junior High question to see if there is some temporary solution the Board last month told Pruette to have an architect look at expansion and renovation prospects at the three existing schools and to provide up Odate enrol ment data on Junior High students Pruette has added an ingredient the tour of the schools enrolment now stands at a Little More than 2700 Junior High students the number has levelled off after years of growth Pruette would like to see the new Junior High built which would allow an enrol ment decrease at Northeast and Ferndale and a slight in crease at Griffin the remainder would enrol in the new school he envisions Ideal enrolment at the Junior High level As 700 to 800 students More than 1000 Are now at Ferndale and Northeast but school Board members appear to be leaning toward holding off on the new school for the time being and possibly enlarging Griffin to take up some of the extra Stu Dent loads at the two other schools a definite decision ought to be possible following thursdays tour by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Irvin r Black vice1 president for operations of the Alderman co tuesday was elected As president of the High Point chamber of Commerce for the 1975 year Black who has been serv ing As first vice president of the civic group and a member of the Board of directors since 1970 will replace Clarence Keever Board members also named the following As vice presidents j w Mcguinn or vice president and Resi Dent manager of first citizens Bank and Trust co Robert h Shaw president of Carolyn fabrics inc a Doyle Early attorney and Cletus h Kruyer vice presi Dent for Public affairs at High Point College Frank h Wood president and treasurer of George t Wood and sons was re elected treasurer and Calvin t Rice was reelected executive vice president and Secretary also elected at the regular november Board of directors meeting were seven directors Eugene Bohi general manager of ugh pts e Lee Cain senior vice president of Wachovia Bank and Trust co and w b Hall president of Hall printing co Irvin c Black also Joseph a Hayworth general manager of inner pack of Carolina Earl n Phillips or vice president of first factors inc John c Slane president of Slane hosiery Mills and Richard f Wood vice president of George t Wood and sons a native of High Point Black graduated from High Point High school he is a member of the High Point kiwanis club and st marys episcopal Church he previously has served on the Model cities commission and on the human relations commission he and his wife the former Marge Powers of High Point live at 13 Wickliff Terrace in other activity Board members endorsed develop ment of a study costing about for recommendations on what is Best for downtown High Point and How to implement changes which May be needed the proposal a product of work by the chamber of Commerce Core revitalization task Force suggests employment of the City planning and architectural associates of Chapel Hill As consultants it includes a proposal for sharing costs Between the City and private business so that both provide on half the funds under the proposal the chamber of Commerce would provide about out of its budget for the planning program Board members also endorsed a change in the states Constitution to allow use of Revenue Bonds to finance Industrial facilities including pollution control devices supporters noted it would be a Good tool in the Vest pocket and that the Bonds would not tie up the credit of the county they also named or Harvey Tilles As the boards representative to the policy Council of the Guilford county head Start program approved a motion sup porting use of safety and in formational leaflets in City Utility Bill mailings and heard a report that the states travel and promotion division dept of natural and economic resources has provided for use in promoting the City As a tourist and convention Center Holshouser to appear in Archdale Asheboro gov James Holshouser will at tend Archdale and Asheboro political rallies before the nov 5 elections to endorse local state and con Gressional candidates ran Dolph Republican officials announced today tuesday at 7 pm hols Houser will appear at a rally at the armed forces Center in Asheboro on behalf of Ward Purrington of Raleigh Republican candidate for the fourth District congressional seat now held by democratic congressman Ike Andrews of Siler City on nov 2 at pm Holshouser will speak at a rally at the Erindale Elemen tary school in Archdale in support of All local state and congressional candidates running on the Republican ticket missing High Point police Are searching for 15yearold Constance Denise Dixon who reportedly Dis appeared from her Home sunday at approximately pm a 10th grader at High Point Central the was wearing Blue jeans a Brown sweater and Tennis shoes when last seen according to her Mother Lillian Harris of 1504a Leonard ave anyone with information concerning her whereabouts is asked to Contact the High Point police dept this halloween get a trick and a treat from Koolard pensive cheerleader Karen Kruyer daughter of or and mrs Cletus h Kruyer of Shadow Awn drive in Jamestown has been chosen a cheerleader at High Point College miss Kruyer a Junior majoring in business administration is a graduate of Ragsdale High school rdc convention Raleigh 1974 North Carolina Young democratic club will hold its annual convention in Raleigh Friday and saturday at the hotel sir Walter registration will begin at 12 noon on Friday with a business ses Sion that evening further information or tickets can be obtained from Linda Hicks Wake county rdc treasurer 609 Stacy st Raleigh Man building lifelong dream mount pleasant Cap 46yearold construction Foreman is building his lifelong dream a yacht to sail the seas with his family in his spare time during the last two and a half years Doug Wiley has been working on the 64foot yacht which will be christened the lady Frances in Honor of his wife he has it about half completed Wiley who also has two children is building the lady Frances in his front Yard near mount pleasant 180 Miles from the Ocean Prince visits Montreal last Montreal a Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh visited Montreal on the last leg of his Cana Dian tour before leaving for London tonight he was to visit the Auto Stade Home of the Montreal Alou ettes of the Canadian football league and designated site of the grand prix jumping events at the 1976 olympics a free halloween disguise kit from the makers of Koolard its yours when you buy either 1 Handy Cari or any 10 packages of koolaid51 Brand soft drink mix at a participating grocery store each kit comes with a smiling Pitcher mask a moustache and a Goatee that your child can have loads of fun with theres a limited Supply so youd better hurry the halloween disguise kit from the makers of a Poland anew trick for halloween packages of Koolard Koolard is an Ideal halloween treat each package is sealed neat and Handy just one can make enough for the whole gang and there Are so Many flavors kids will love picking their favourites koolaid5 Brand soft drink mix a new treat for halloween Unn poom look for this Dispany it your local grocery store i Orlaid a hew treat for halloween

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