High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 21 1972, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, High Point, North Carolina New Ledford Queen Cathy Jones a Junior at Ledford High school was crowned Homecoming Queen at ceremonies during halftime at the Ledford Stoneville game Friday night. At left placing the Crown on the new Queens head is Jane Stewart the Queen chosen last year. Eddie Taylor right was miss Jones escort. Staff Pho of by Sonny Hedgecock ceremony opens Center for handicapped children Greensboro state local and National leaders were present Friday for a ribbon cutting which officially opened the Henry Wiseman Kendall Center Here. The Center designed for the care of children with developmental disabilities is one of two Pilot projects in North Carolina. It is located on Wendover Avenue in West Greensboro. Or. N. P. Zarzar regional commissioner for mental health called the unit a a dream come True for the handicapped a and Dale Montgomery chairman of the Board of county commissioner. Said a i am proud of the results of years of work seen Here and the continuing results this Center Points out for years to or. Phillip Boos executive director of the National Assn. For retarded children said the $748,000 Center is giving Guilford county a a unique Opportunity to show the Minn what can be done in a Community i eve a Roos. The featured speaker at the afternoon program said the nation s six million retarded persons Are denied their Basic rights because they Aren t getting the Best possible education and training. He raid this includes two million unemployed due to Lack of education and training. Other sneakers included or. Howard Warner past chairman of the Kendall Central Board Bruce Thorburn. Past president of the North Carolina association for retarded children and state sen. Ralph Scott chairman of the North Carolina Council on developmental disabilities. A multipurpose building has been in use on the property since late in March of this year. A 32 bed residential care unit is expected to go into use next month. Resident listed in who s who Paul Austin son of or. And mrs. Neal Austin of 1119 Orlando place in High Point has been selected to appear in the 1971-72 edition of who s who among american High school students. A senior at Bishop Mcguinness memorial High school in Winston Salem he is a member of the student Council. National Honor society and chess club and is a member of High Point friends meeting. He plans to attend Guilford College after graduation. Injuries slight in City wrecks Twenty wrecks were reported in the City Friday but Only two resulted in injuries. Julia Ann Mack 7. Of s. Elm Street was injured when hit by a car driven by John Bryce sink 44, of rolling Road. No charges were filed in the wreck which occurred on s. Elm near Vail Street. Martha to Westbrook of Suffolk Avenue a passenger in a car driven by Robert m. Westbrook 17, of w. High Street was injured in a two car wreck on Lexington Avenue near Mcguinn Street. The other Driver was Richard Stephen Braxton 20. Of Grantham Avenue. Westbrook was charged with not having a Drivers License and with having improper brakes. Jerry Wayne Beasley 32. Of Oakmont Street was injured today when the car in which he was Riding failed to make a curve on Bethel drive near i-85 and went Down an embankment. Stopping near the interstate Highway. Officers said the Driver had not yet been identified. The car belonged to Mary Jane Beasley of Oakmont Street. B. J. Brown 32, of Park Street was charged with leaving the scene of an Accident and with not having a Drivers License Friday. Police said Brown was involved in a wreck thursday with another vehicle driven by John Wesley Robbins. 17, of Thissell Street. Damages were estimated at $30 to the w. E. Linthicum and sons truck driven by Brown and $175 to the Robbins vehicle. The wreck was on Park Street near Grimes Avenue. City school menus week of october 1972 elementary monday hamburger French Fries Orange juice cookies milk tuesday beef pie Green peas sliced tomatoes hot Rolls Gelatin milk wednesday Turkey a la King Rice mixed vegetables hot biscuits Apple Cobbler milk thursday fish portions mixed greens stewed potatoes Cornbread pineapple upside Down cake Friday school out High school monday cheeseburgers French fires sliced tomatoes chocolate cake milk tuesday vegetable soup Pimento cheese Sandwich pickles peaches milk wednesday Chicken pie herded Rice hot Rolls Green peas fruit cup milk thursday Spaghetti tossed salad French bread Apple Cobbler milk Friday school out furniture from Page 2-a furniture Market Spound commented. A Good modern is in Short Supply in Case goods bedroom he said. American modern has gained in preference Over european modern styles according to Spound. Quot cleaner straighter lines of american modern Are preferred Over the Rounder heavier look of european modern a he said. His company is also moving away the use of plastics and other synthetic materials and More toward the use of Woods and metals in its furniture Spound said. A the natural Wood Grain particularly Rosewood and Walnut is very a Jofh of w three manufacturers said High prices for lumber were adding pressures on their Price situation. But they Felt that the shortage of Wood was not critical what is driving Wood costs up is demand not a shortage of Supply they said. Quot conservation is helping our Forest to replenish themselves a Crawford said. Quot we Are growing jumbo faster than it is being used. But other factors Are involved. A lot of the Wood in the forests is difficult to get to. If we can to get it to the manufacturer then it is not doing much Good. Quot we have had to adjust our factory costs twice in one year because of increases in Wood costs a Crawford added. Both Spound and Crawford expressed agreement with efforts toward increased safety in furniture production and in the finished product for the consumer. Quot flammability is a Hazard in our Industry a said Spound. Quot an All out Effort is needed to control this Quot Case goods production is dangerous work a Crawford said. Quot a Case goods factory is Lilied with High Speed saws with Carbide Blades. I am glad to see something done about greater safety in our Adams Millis reports on earnings third Quarter earnings for Adams Millis corporation continued to rebound from the loss reported in the initial three months of this year though still trailing the year earlier Quarter j. H. Millis president of textile company announced Friday. A sales for both the third Quarter and nine months period reached record he added. Millis particularly noted that earnings before taxes for the third Quarter amounted to $328,766. As compared with $159,831 the second Quarter and a loss of $522,985 for the first Quarter. Quot we feel that the problems which caused our first Quarter loss Are now under control and we fully expect that earnings for the fourth Quarter will continue the increasing he added. Net sales for the third Quarter ended sept. 30. 1972, advanced 18 per cent to $16,956,778 from the $14,408,383 a year ago. Net earnings were $230,232, equivalent to to cents a share against $517,623, or 23 cents a share in the 1971 comparable period. In the second Quarter Adams Millis net earnings were $118,190, or 5 cents a share on sales for $16,108,259. For the nine months ended sept. 30. Adams Millis net sales were $45,277,876, compared with $41,280,763 in the 1971 period. Including the first Quarter net loss of $268,285 2 cents per share net earnings in the nine months were $80,137, or 4 cents per share. A we Are continuing to experience Strong demand in All of our product areas a a hosiery textured and covered yarns and knitted fabrics. With pricing beginning to show a firming trend in All three markets Quot Millis said. High Point Enterprise saturday oct. 21, 1972 3a deaths amp funerals anniversary Observance planned the Piedmont cosmetologist club will observe its 39th anniversary sunday at 3 . In mount Vernon Baptist Church on Leonard Avenue. The speaker will be mrs. L. M. Mayfield of Winston Salem and a former resident of High Point. The wife of the Rev. Or Mayfield be is an official of the women a society of the United methodist Church a graduate of Bennett College to Greensboro and is a teacher Winston Salem s school system. The cosmetologist club. Originally t h e beauticians club was founded in 1933 two of the club s founders. Mrs. Hattie Leach and mrs. Connie Tyson Are to be honoured during sundays Observance. Music will be by the George Jones singers. 13 divorces Are granted thirteen divorces were granted this week during civil session of District court. Cases in which divorces were granted included Linda Peterson Wilson is. Homer Wilson George Steed is. Rose Marie Steed Bruce Horne Lothridge is. Dorothy Kay Lothridge Mary w. Draughn is. Carious f. Draughn Joan f. Mcdaniel is. Joel b. Mcdaniel or. Robert w Noah is. Joyce h. Noah Bonnie Stroud Hemric is. Donald Lee Hemric Gary Dale Jones is. Katy Mae Holland Jones Barbara Jean g. Servis is. David m. Servis Robert v. Sechrest is. Ida Lois j. See rest Rosaletta j. Garner is. Aaron Garner e. R. Reedy is. Doris c. Reedy and Judy Smith Slaydon is. Wayne Floy Slaydon. J. M. Barrs 72, Dies Friday John Murdock Barrs ii 72, of 1108 Madison St., was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital Friday at 2 30 . He had been in declining health Over a year and in critical condition six weeks. He was born aug. 8. 1900, in Jacksonville. Fla., a son of Burton and Winifred Webber Barrs. Or. Barrs had been a resident of High Point since 1959. He was owner of an advertising Agency and attended Green St get Baptist Church. In 1927 he was married to Margaret Mozo who survives of the Home. Or. Barrs was educated in the Public schools of Jacksonville. Fla. Graduating from Duval High school. He attended Auburn University Vanderbilt University and studied Law at the University of Florida Law College. Surviving in addition to the wife. Is one son John Murdock Barrs Iii. Of Atlanta a. Funeral will be held sunday at 3 . In the Cumby Chapel by or. E. W Price or. The family requests no Flowers. Tuggle infant Thomasville graveside services for Renard Wayne Tuggle jr., infant son of r. Wayne and Sandra West Tuggle of it. 6 Thomasville will he held sunday at 1 30 . In Holly Hill cemetery by Hie Rev. Inman l. Stewart. The body will remain at . Green and sons funeral Home until the hour of service. The family will he at the Home of mrs. R. L. West on route 6, Thomasville and at the funeral Home saturday from 7 until 9 . The child died shortly after birth at High Point memorial Hospital thursday. Mrs. Vestal 75, Dies saturday mrs. Elizabeth Lorena Cranford Vestal 75. Widow of William h. Vestal and a resident of 111 Garrison St., died saturday at 4 10 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health for two years and a patient in the Hospital a few hours. She was born in Montgomery county dec. 17. 1896, a daughter of Wilson l. And Mary Jane Hopkins Cranford and had lived in High Point the greater part of her life. She was of the methodist Faith. Or. Vestal died nov. 29. 1970. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Rex Margaret Proctor of Elmhurst Avenue and mrs. Austin Lorena Keams of 1402 Valley Ridge or. Two sons Leo and Melvin Vestal both of the Home 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral will be held monday at 2 . In j. C. Green and sons Chapel in Thomasville by the Rev. Jack Ashby. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will in at the Home and at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . T. R. Shore t. Ransom Shore. 79, of 405 Eden Terrace. Archdale was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday morning. The body is at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Zula skipper Lexington mrs. Zula Rowe skipper 72 of 1534 Winston Road widow of John w. Skipper died Friday at her Home after a Long illness. Mrs. Skipper was a David san county native. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Mary Carter of Lexington. And mrs. Bruce Lopp of it 9 one son. Dare skipper of i Kington two Sisters. Mrs. Wilma Thornberg and mrs. Delham Varner both of Lexington and two Brothers. Virgil Rowe of Lexington and John Rowe of it. 9 funeral was to be 4 30 . Today at Christ United Church of Christ where she was a member. Burial will be in Forest memorial Park. James e. Oliver Charlotte James Edward Oliver. 84, of 1811 Rocky River re. Charlotte died Friday in a Charlotte rest Home. Survivors Are three daughters. Mrs. Frank r. Ward of Fullerton. Calif. Mrs. Claude Herndon of Jamestown and mrs. David Kelly of Charlotte one son James w. Oliver of Charlotte a half sister. Mrs. G. P. Hardin of Greensboro and a half brother. Listar Oliver of Greensboro. Funeral will hell . Monday at Back Creek Arp Church with burial in Forest Lawn cemetery. The family will he at Mcewen funeral Home 3-5 . Sunday. Miss Brenda Headen Greensboro miss Brenda Headon. 20. Of 413 s o. Henry blvd. Died wednesday in l. Richardson Hospital after three Days of illness. Survivors Are a son James Headon of tile Home her Mother mrs. Maggie Headon of Bayshore n Three Sisters. Miss Edna Headon of High Point. Miss Sandra Headon of Philadelphia. Pa., and miss Shirley Headon of the Home three half Sisters. Mrs. Frances Bell o f Bayshore n.y., mrs. Betty White of be port. N y., mrs. Doris Kennedy of new Jersey Ore brother David Headon or. Of the Home and two Hilf Brothers. Weldon Watkins of Wyandanch n.y., and John Watkins of Dii Park n Funeral will he i 30 sunday at Hargett memorial Chapel Active sentences Given by judge Mitchell Wayne Grice. 23. Of w. Kearns Avenue Drew a 30-Day Active sentence on charges of Drunken driving and driving during permanent revocation of his License and James Glen Martin 16, of w. Kearns got 60 Days Active on a charge of tampering with a motor vehicle. The Active sentences were charged with Drunken driving District court by judge Kenneth Carrington. No probable cause was found in the preliminary hearing of Mary e. Mccoy 56, of Brooks Street charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious bodily injury. Nol crosses with leave were taken against three defendants charged with Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana. They were John t. Owen 18, and George l. Wiswall. 18. Both of Wilmington Del and Gary a. Howell 18. Of Salem ind. David Hussey 30, of it. 2, Randleman was acquitted of a charge of making threatening Telephone Calls. Charles Williams of Clara Cox apartments was sentenced to 15 Days already served on a charge of larceny and a nol pros with leave was taken in a charge o f tampering with a motor vehicle. James Robinson. 24. Of Wise Street was Given six months suspended and fined $100 and costs on a charge of Drunken driving and w. C. Mcgaha 41, of Timberlake Street charged with Drunken driving pleaded guilty to reckless driving he was fined $50 and costs. The plea was accepted on recommendation of the solicitor. Williams Flowers a Quality Flowers a professional service 2012 English re pm 8824161 r. J. Dickens of Denton Thomasville Robert j. Dickens 73. Of it. 2, Denton was dead on arrival at Community general Hospital Friday at la . After suffering an attack at his Home. Ile had been in declining health but death was unexpected. Or. Dickens was born in Lexington nov. 3, 1898, a son of John William and Cornelia Jones Dickens and had spent the greater part of his life in the High Point and Thomasville communities. He was employed at founders furniture co at pleasant Garden prior to his retirement in 1971. He was a member of the Thomasville Camp. Woodmen of the world. On feb. 23. 1918, he was married to miss Ida Davis who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are three daughters mrs. Clark a a Norma Sherrill of Winston Salem mrs. Charles e. Wanda Phelps of Statesville and mrs. John h. Ruth Pittman or. Of 217 Moon St. Four sons. James w. Dickens of Columbia s.c., Charles g. Dickens of Fincastle va., Kenneth i. Dickens of High Point and Robert f. Dickens of Charlotte four Sisters. Mrs. J. B. Farlow and mrs. Russell Rich both of High Point mrs. Henry Belton of Greensboro and mrs. Alvis Gerringer of Elon College 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral will be conducted sunday at 4 . In j. C. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. E. W. Clapp. Burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery. The family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs. John h. Pittman or. 217 Moon St. And at the funeral Home saturday from 7 until 9 . James f. Allen Walnut Cove James Fleming Allen 90, of it. I Germanton died Friday at his Home. He was a retired Farmer and the oldest member of Palmyra United methodist Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Dora Boles Allen and three daughters. Miss Harriet Allen and mrs. A. D. Chatham of it. I. Germanton and mrs. Ray t. Smith of it. I Walnut Cove. Funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday in Palmyra United methodist Church. The body will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The body is at Burroughs funeral Home. Where the family will be from 7 until 9 . Today. Moses a. Wainer Winston Salem Moses Abraham Warner 73. Of Winston Salem died thursday at Mayfield nursing Home in High Point. He had owned and operated a jewelry company since 1937 and was a forme Towner of a loan company. He was a naive of new York a charter member of Temple Emanuel in Winston Salem and a Mason survivors Are three sons Herbert Wainer of High Point Theodore Wainer of Winston Salem and Erie Wainer of Greensboro two Brothers. Max Wainer of Winston Salem and Edward Wainer of new Haven. Conn. And a sister mrs Celia Rubinstein of Forest Hills n Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at Vogler a main Street Chapel memorials May be made to Maryfield nursing Home. Mrs. Daisy Roach Lexington a mrs. Daisy Pope Roach. 82, of it. 9 Linwood Community widow of Lee Roach died Friday at Davis Hospital in Statesville after an illness of 16 Days. Mrs. Roach was a Davidson county native survivors Are a daughter. Mrs. Mack a. Collins of Statesville and a sister mrs. Robert l. Kennedy of Salisbury the body is at Piedmont funeral Home funeral will he at 2 . Sunday at Jersey Baptist Church of which she was a member. A six he 1972 Sechrest service r r Quot k 1301 a Lexington ave. J 8822555 or 8857145 i we in Alvi i umm or Onsum a. Chestnut drive it bread ave. Phone 885 5045 ?ivr�r4h a a p a a a i in mortuary member of the order of the Golden Rule sunday John Murdock Barrell i pm. Cumby clip i incomes to t. R. Short Lewis Supply co. Auto part factory outlet save a bundle on rebuilt fall round up Sortin Renews summer worn household fabrics. Color brightens textures for longer Wear no matter what the Label says. Every thing dry cleans better. Evit Itte cleaners launderers _ evaluating from Pace 2-a lion of natural resources a part of Basic state policy. The n c. League o f municipalities is campaigning i for the fifth amendment. It would make difficult the incorporation of new towns within the fringe growth area of present cities based on a population mileage formula. The official class ring designed ten or twelve years ago does not fit today s student preference. Buy your Doss ring in the modern manner at. Lester s jewellers 131 South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks now serving East Davidson g t i amp All other school we Are Here 24 hours each Day f 882-8121 Contact As close As the Telephone a starters water pump Vici Windshield wiper motors distributors carburettors Power steering pumps alternators 3505 s main St. Tel 431-5960 1709 n main St. Tel 883-1423

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