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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday october 30, 1972 deaths amp funerals mini Tours add two More spaces j. M. Gore or. Of Thomasville Thomasville Jesse m. Gore or. 29. Of 115 Sherman or. Died sunday morning in Fairfax county Hospital at Springfield. Va., from injuries received when struck by an automobile. He was on a construction Job with Gray Concrete co. At Springfield or. Gore was born in Durham. Dec. I 1942. A son of Jesse m. And Nettie Keeler Gore and had lived in Thomasville for seven years. He was employed by Gray Concrete co. In Thomasville. Or. Gore was a member of the Church of god of prophecy on Blair Street and was a member of the Maried couples sunday school class. On nov. 9, 1962. He was married to miss Ella Jane Scott who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two daughters miss Briggie Jane Gore an Ltd miss Audrea Gore both of the Home one Stepson. Chip Fowler of the Home his Mother mrs. Nettie Gore of 214 Carolina ave and two Sisters. Mrs. Jackie Charette of 117 Sherman or. And mrs. Johnny i Carolyn it West Moreland of it. 3. Trinity. Funeral will be held at i p. In. Tuesday at the Church of god of prophecy on Blair Street by the Rev. Bland pos Singer and the Rev. John b. Murphy. Burial will be in pleasant Grove Baptist Church cemetery near Rockingham. The body was to be taken to the Home of his Mother. 214 Carolina ave today at 3 p in. The body will remain there until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. Mrs. Laura Walker Asheboro mrs. Laura Martin Walker 59. Of 721 Tucker St., died sunday at her Home after suffering a n apparent heart attack. She was a native of Richmond county and had lived in Asheboro since 1938 she is survived by a sister mrs. Connie m. Owens funeral will be held at 3 p in wednesday at St. Luke Baptist chuch no. I Ellerbe the body is at Hargett Ben Nett , Ani the family will be there tuesday night from 7 until 9 mrs. Charles or. E. Neill Cherryville mrs. Charles e. Neill sr., 84. Of route 3, died sunday in a Shelby Hospital following an extended illness survivors include her Hus and. Charles e. Neill or. Of the Home four sons e. Y. Neill of Hendersonville Charles e Neill a or. Of High Point John p and Ben h. Neill both of Cherryville two daughters mrs. Viva Marsh of Greenville. S. A and mrs. Odell Dellinger of Cherryville one brother Yates Roberts of Cherryville two Sisters. Mrs. Karr Mccorkle of Lenoir and mrs. Lewis Ballard or. Of Iron station 23 grandchildren. 13 gnat grandchildren and one great great grandchild funeral will he held at 2 p. In. Tuesday at first Baptist Church by the Rev Charles q Carter and chaplain Jack h. Cooke. Burial will be in City memorial cemetery. The family will be at the Carpenter funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 the family requests that memorials be made to first Baptist Church in Cherryville. John j. Pegram Raleigh funeral tor John j. Pegram. 53. Of 1202 Park Garner was to be held at 2 pm. Today at Fellowship Baptist Church in gamer. Burial was to be in mount Lawn cemetery Raleigh or Pegram died saturday. Invt i it 2 Sechrest service Chi e i Lexington ave 882 or 88b 214b mrs. John h. Quarles mrs. Jessie Holloway Quarles of it 3. Trinity died saturday at 3 pm. In High Point memorial Hospital following hospitalization of two Days and declining health of five years. Mrs. Quarles was born in Abbeyville county sc., a daughter of the late Daniel and Dassie Holloway. She had been a resident of the Trinity Community for the past 22 Vears and was a member of St. Marv United methodist Church. She was an honorary member of the communion stewards. Survivors include her husband. John h. Quarles of the Home two sons. David Quarles of Washington. D c., and Willie Quarles of Mccormick. So six daughters. Mrs. Sallie m Ward Law of High Point. Mrs Arlenda Sibert and mrs Jessie b Hayes both of Trinity mrs. Lula Radden of Spartanburg so and mrs. Elizabeth Prince and or Arellia Harrison both of Washington. Do 53 grand children 19 Groat grandchildren and two Sisters. Mrs Dassie Perry my mrs. Anna Dowtin. Both of try. So funeral wll he tuesday at 3 pm at St Mars uni a methodist Church. Triniy by the Rev. J. W by Burn will be in Trinity c emote. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Horn 1 until placed in the Church one hour Phr to the funeral sender the Famis a will hat the funeral Chapel tonight run 7 to 9 e. W. Overton Troy a Eli William Overton. >4. Of Troy died saturday in Montgomery memorial Hospital. He was a native of Randolph county and an employee of Smitherman Mills. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mae Staley Oveston two daughters mrs. Marie Morris of Troy and mrs. Earl i Tham or. Of Denton and two sons Jesse Overton of Thomasville and Charles Overton of Troy. The body was to be taken to the Home at la a in. Today. Funeral will be held at 2 p in. Tuesday at Pugh Troy funeral Home cd Pel. The family requests that memorials be made to the heart fund. A. R. Berrier Lexington Andrew Rodger Berrier. 87. Of route 8. Died sunday in Haven nursing Home. He was a retired Farmer and Carpenter. He was a member of Enterprise moravian Church. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Henry Tesh of Lexington four sons. Orvil Ervin George and Howard Berrier All of Lexington a Foster daughter. Mrs. Maggie Chapman of Altamahaw and a sister. Mrs. China Freedle of Lexington. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In. Tuesday in Enterprise moravian Church. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. The mini tour program which features visits to furniture showrooms in the High Point Community will add two new display spaces when it reopens nov. I according to Ernest o Banion. Chairman of the chamber of Commerce convention and tourist committee. O Banion also announced that three major groups including one from Tennessee have scheduled visits to the showrooms during november. Addition of the two new spaces will bring to 13 the numb of showrooms visitors can enter in the furniture Plaza Center in downtown High Point o Banion said. The nearby Tomlinson City native is killed when Parachute fails Midland a 22-Vear-eld Charlotte Man plunged Moo feet to his death near this Cabarrus county Community sunday after his Parachute apparently failed to open while he was making a skydiving jump so Ephen Tucker a native of High Point and a member of the Charlotte skydivers club was dead on arrival at 4 p in. At Cabarrus memorial Hosp it a Al in Concord. Dub members said they saw Tucker groping to release his re eve Parachute when he plummeted into a wooded area. Tucker and three others were practising team jumps and he was the first of four jumpers out of a Cessna 182 single engine air plane club members said. The tragedy occurred near the clubs Headquarters about a mile South of Midland. Skydivers resumed practice within an hour following the 3 30 . Accident. It was Tucker a 323rd jump members said and the second fatality for the 13-year-old club. Or. Tucker was born feb. 16. 1950. In High Point a son of n. E and Sully Dixon Tucker he was a graduate of High Point Central High school and attended the University of North Carolina Charlotte. He was master Counselor of the demo Lav while in High school. He was a sales representative for the Westinghouse corporation in the Charlotte arca a member of Green Street Baptist Hurch in High Point he resided at Versailles Park Road apts in Charlotte surviving Are his parents. Or. And mrs n. E Tucker of 300 Loujse ave. One brother Michael e Tucker of 86 Hillcrest or. And his grandmother mrs. A. J. Tucker of 105 Stinson St. Funeral will be held at la a in. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by or e. W. Price or. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Truck Accident victim is dead from injuries mrs. Ida Whisnant Graham mrs Ida Green ass Accident Quot ciedsundavat8j5 a. In in High Point memorial police records showed today that Ralph Waldo Johnson jr., 54, of 501 n. Centennial ave. Who was injured in a trucking in in Triangle Durham a i Villi i in Hafizi Roxboro died nursing Home saturday. Surviving Are three daughters. Mrs. Vera Flynn. Mrs. Laura Hamlet and mrs. Blanch Wade All of Roxboro three sons Paul Whisnant of Mebane. Lawrence Whisnant of Swepsonville and James Whisnant of High Point. The family will be at Rich and Thompson funeral Home in Graham tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 2 p in. Tuesday in East Side Baptist Church in Mebane. Burial will tic in Alamance memorial Park in Burlington. Mrs. Pearl f. B3rnes Denton mrs Pearl f. B ones 73. Died sunday morning at Liberty nursing Home in Thomasville she had been in declining Berith for several years. Mrs. Barnes was born in Randolph county a daughter of waiter and Margaret Everson Hughes she was a member of first Baptist Church in Denton. She is survived by two daughters mrs. Worth Dorsett of 114 Lakeview Circle and mrs. Sigmon Smith of Asheboro a sister. Mrs. Dave Sechrest of the Nashville a brother Lee Hughes to g Andrei Are and la great grandchildren funeral will by held at la a in. Tuesday at Lanier Briggs funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Herbert Baker and the Rev E. Carroll burial will be in pleasant Grove United methodist Church cemetery in Randolph county. The family will he at lamer Briggs funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Elect Hospital. Johnson was run Over by the wheels of a tractor backing to honk up to a trailer at Wall trucking co. On Eastchester drive oct. 13. The operator of toe truck was Harold Wilson Parrish. 29, of Asheboro. The wreck was originally earned As a traffic Accident but police said the nature of the incident made it an Industrial Accident. The death will not be carried on the traffic fatality Roll. He was born sept 8. 1918, in Chatham county a son of Ralph Waldo or. And Alice Roach Johnson and had been a resident of the High Point a a for 16 years or. Johnson was employed As a truck Driver for Wall trucking lines and was a member of the Rocky River friends meeting in Chatham county. He was a Veteran of we orld War ii having served in the . Army As a postal clerk in Japan Korea and Germany. On feb. 4. 1940. He was married to miss Grace Seagraves. Who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are three sons. Wayne Thomas Johnson of the Home. Ronald William and Douglis Macarthur Johnson both of Greensboro his Mother mrs. Aliet Roach Johnson of it 4. Siler City two Brothers Ansel Pike Johnson of Liberty and Hugh m Johnson of it. 4. Siler City two Sisters. Mrs. E Woody i Myra i Lawman of Greensboro and mrs. Ruth Buckner of Siler City and two grandchildren funeral will he held tuesday at 2 pm. At Cumby Chapel by the Rev. J. D. Allgood and the Rev. Roger Dale Hoggs. Burial will be in Farmville presbyterian c h u r c h cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the services. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Honorary pallbearers will be fellow employees of Wall trucking co. And Are asked to meet at the Chapel at 1 30 . Tuesday. Thieves enter grocery store Thomasville thieves apparently entered the win Dixie store in Southgate shopping Center Here sometime sunday night but initial reports indicate that Little if anything was stolen. According to the store manager entry was attained by chopping a Hole in the roof of the store he placed the time of entry Between 3 . Sunday and 6 a in. Today. The manage added that no Money hid been taken from the premises but that his inventory on merchandise was incomplete a tint Ltd skipper monday Noble hop Cathari gr#v�sl4� Meadow Baptist Church in a tuis Oay Stephan Weldon Tucker la Sechrest Chapel Bowles Hojo governor revival in him i tape isl Church of Archdale each evening thru saturday november 4 a 7 30 . Flies evangelist Rev. Vincent Wall pallor of Hillcrest Bapt. Church in High Point Nursery open each evening everyone is cordially invited to attend to j of furniture co. Factory showroom and the George t. We Ood and sons carpet showrooms and the High Point historical museum Are also listed on the tour which first went into operation during August. That single month o f operation brought visitors from 28 different states to High Point. Of Banion said. The mini tour was closed during september and october to allow for preparation and operation of the Southern furniture Market. Plans Call for it to be offered during november and december except for thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day of Banion said. It will be closed in january for the regional furniture Market scheduled then. Of Banion said the Charlton furniture co. And design. Inc., have agreed to allow use of their spaces in the furniture Plaza building for the tour. Eleven othe firms allowed use of their spices in August. The schedule for november Calls for a group of 30 from the Falls business College in Nashville Tenn. To visit High Poult nov. I. The Gro amp a is expected to see everything on the tour. Of Banion said. A group of 55 persons from a Home economics group in Winston Salem will visit the showrooms nov 2. O Banion said. He said the group will include persons of College age As Well As older adults. On nov 14. A group of about 40 persons from the High Point newcomers cub will visit the showroom facility. Visitors Are Given t h e Opportunity to a go on your own schedule a to see furniture As it is displayed for retail furniture store operators from across the nation. Molt visitors take from let to two hours to make the tour of the facility which has proven to be the most popular unit on the tour. Besides t h e showrooms visitors can see a display of Early american furniture making tools at the museum. O Banion also announced chamber of Commerce officials expect new brochures on High Point to be ready within a Short time. The brochure which will promote the City though words and color pictures will be sent to chamber of Commerce units in the state and will be placed in Welcome stations maintained by the state and in furniture showrooms. For two major buildings git plans to open bids sometime during december Jamestown Guilford technical Institute will open bids for two major buildings to be located on the Campus near Here Early in december according to Nelson Wallace vice president for administration. Wallace said the school will open bids for a Campus Center containing 70.000 Square feet of space and for a learning resources Center containing 44.500 Square feet. The bid opening is scheduled for 3 p. In. In the Library building on the Campus. Bids Are expected to go before the Board of trustees for possible action the following thursday. The two structures will be paid for through a $3-millk>n Bond Issue approved by Guil leadership conference scheduled Trinity a Trinity senior High school is to be the scene of a leadership conference for District five. Distributive education clubs of America wednesday starting at 2 p in. Delegates numbering approximately 450. From Randolph. Guilford. Alamance. Orang. Chatham and Stokes counties Are expected to attend the afternoon workshop session. Hosts for the occasion will be the Trinity senior High deca club. The guest speaker will be miss Rodney Bumbardner. A student at n State University and president of the state deca organization. Presiding Over the annual workshop will be the District president. Andrea Weaver miss Weaver a freshman at Western Carolina University was a senior at Ragsdale High school Jamestown when she was elected president last fall. In addition to workshops the afternoon will also see the election of new officers Ana the selection of miss Dega of District five a social hour is also to be held in the course of the annual gathering Ford county voters at the same time they approved Bonds for new Public schools and for solid waste disposal units and for water and sewer improvements. Wallace said the Campus Center Structure w ill have four Levels with the food services unit and Book store on the lowest level the second level will contain areas for various student activities the third will offices for various student services including counselling and the school s registrar. Administrative offices will be on the fourth floor. The learning resources unit will have three Levels it will include a learning Laboratory space for guided studies programs. And for various audiovisual activities. Wallace said the Library area will replace space now in the current Library building. The present space he said. Is about one fifth of that the school needs. The entire con tort in program is scheduled for completion in a us la month it will include removal of a Wing of the forme administration building known a a ooh main in order to free spare for erection of one of the two buildings when the new Structure Are completed the remaining Center portion of Quot old main will he removed. The Structure formerly served As the Hospital portion of a sanitarium onre operated by Guilford county. Completion of the two new buildings will re a a space in the present Library building for additional classrooms. Space will be available on both the Library level now the entire top level of the Structure As Well As on the second level where key administrative offices Are now housed construction of the two structures will be a part of a continuing expansion program that has been underway since 1964 and 1965 when a furniture Hall was erected recent years have seen addition of the Library building a health ence building and a technical laboratories building on the Campus. Building permits total $219,955 Thomasville slate labor commissioner Frank Crane reported last week that Thomasville issued $219,955 Worth of building permits during the month of september and Fiat the total for Lexington during the same month was $797,430. For the first nine months of 1972. Thomasville total in building permits has been $3,508,560, and the total or Lexington has been $4,159,255 math teachers to meet Friday Charlotte the second annual meeting of the North Carolina Council of teachers of mathematics will be held Here Friday and saturday on the Campus of unc Charlotte. Several Well known mathematics instructors will be featured speakers and nine professional workshops will be held during the two Dav event. Chestnut drive at Broad Ava. Phone 885-5045 Driver charged following wreck Thomasville _ a High Point Man was charged with leaving the scene of an Accident Friday following a minor wreck in Thomasville. According to police accounts James Henry Raper 27, of Vernon place High Point struck the rear of a car driven by Fletcher Wayne Miller 25. While the latter was waiting at a Stop sign at the intersection of c u i b r e t h Avenue and Unity Street Raper allegedly left the scene after the collision. Upon being charged he was released on $200 Bond. No other charges have been filed in the Accident. Damages totalled $400. Pc Penney company has opening for furniture or carpet salesperson benefits include a profit sharing a life and medical insurance a employee discounts a paid vacations apply in person to mrs. Barbara Gailey personnel manager tuesday thru Friday a 2 00 to 500 pc Penney in Westchester mall phone 885-8041 an equal Opportunity employer m or f revival of Gilead United methodist Church oct. 29 nov. 3 Wilt begin svy it Tov Ort 11 of a m Mon Ort 30 Bra no j a 7 to 7 m or j Harold Loman a i la he get speaker hex Hor let t alter int net 1.1 Ervin to 41 lend Hoji Lewis Supply co. Auto part factory outlet save a bundle on rebuilt 2b a a starters it water pumps Windshield wiper motors distributors carburettors to Power steering pumps to alternators 3505 s mom is. Tel. 431-5960 1709 n mom St. Lei. 883-1423

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