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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday october 31, 1974 deaths amp funerals a i Tinon min it Nicholson rites set 882-2555 885-2145 on t nation at i set Foff thursday Cleo Martin Venable it a a a in f of a a a it Chw Fth a Turos of Mary Durham Ray to a in let a it i Church inca arc time. Bell Blair Thomasville Ray funeral resident Dies set saturday Thomasville Raymond e Nicholson so. Of it. 3, Kennedy Road was dead on arrival at Community Jenera Hospital today at 12 15 am after suffering a heart attack at his Home earlier or. Nicholson was born in Patrick county va., dec. 6. 1923, a son of Roy e. And Maude plaster Nicholson and had spent the greater part of his life in Thomasville he was a member of fair Grove United methodist Church a former member of the fair Grove Lions club and a former member of the fair Grove fire department he was a Veteran of world War ii having served with the . Navy. He was owner and operator of fair Grove Barber shop on july 4,1965, he married miss Nancy to Kennedy who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one daughter or Peggy Thompson of Cedar i Ridge Road one son. A mood e Nicholson or. Of 142 fair Grove re. Two Brothers Coy 0. Nicholson of Lawing drive and j. Paul Nicholson of Shuler Road his father and Mother. Or. And mrs Rov e Nicholson of Everhart Road and five grandchildren. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . In j. C. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. Ardis d Payne and Rev j. M g Warner burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery the body will remain at j. C. Green and sons until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service the family will be at the Home on Kennedy Road and at the funeral Home Friday night 7 until 9, the family requests that memorials be directed to the donors Choice. John Smith funeral for John Smith of Hempstead. By. Will be held Friday at la a m at Turner s Chapel a m e. Church Florence Community by or w p Cole or Smith died sunday in new York he was a former High Point resident. Surviving is his wife. Mrs Annie Cole Smith of the Home since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave Thomasville m. Ami Yarborough. 79, of mount Calvary Road died wednesday at 9.45 a in. In Community general Hospital following an extended illness he was born in Forsyth county aug. 24. 1895 a son of the late James Thomas and Bertha e. Boles Yarborough and lived in Thomasville most of his life. Prior to this retirement he was employed at Stroupe Mirror co. He was a member of Calvary United Church of Christ a Veteran of world War i a charter member of the William Miller Post veterans of foreign wars and a member of the Woodmen of the world. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs addle mate Conrad Yarborough of the Liberty House nursing Home one daughter mrs. William w Louise Mullen of the Home three Sisters. Mrs w. Lloyd a Ruth i Horne of Greensboro. Mrs. A g. I Elizabeth i Bullard of Cary and mrs. Howard Irene Johnson of Liberty and one brother. Robert l. Yarborough of College Street funeral will be held Friday at 4 p in. At Calvary United c Hurch of Christ by the Rev. Frank a Snider and the Rev. Huitt Carpenter. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at j Green St sons until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 j. L. Mcdonald san Fop d a James Lee Mcdonald. 50. Of Broadway was dead on arrival tuesday at Lee county Hospital after a sudden attack. Surviving Are his wife or. Alberta Watson Mcdonald three sons. Johnnie Mcdonald of Pittsburgh a James Alfred Mcdonald of Lexington and Kevin Mcdonald of the Home three daughters mrs. Nyoka grooms and mrs. Anne Beck. Both of Lexington and miss Marilyn Mcdonald of the Home two Sisters. Mrs. Beulah Hogan of Hamlet and mrs. Madie Watson of Hoffman a half brother. Vernon Paul of Florida and a Stepmother. Mrs Jannie Sellars of Florida. Funeral will be held at 2 p in. Friday at Mcdonald s Chapel near Pinehurst. Burial Wilt be in Mcdonald cemetery the family will be at Miller funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Kate Lineberry Ramseur mrs kale Burgess Lineberry. 84. Of 545 Cooper St., Asheboro died wednesday at Randolph Hospital. Surviving Are two i daughters. Mrs. Laura Bennett and mrs. Cola Staton of Asheboro and a brother de Burgess of i. I Ramseur. Funeral was to be held at 4 . Today at Kildee Wesleyan Church by the Rev. Charles Stout and the Rev. Gary w Ai amp Ner. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. Mrs Mary Durham Ray 78, of 1601 Larkin St died at i 05 a in. Thursday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for eight weeks. She had been critically ill for eight weeks mrs. Ray was born aug 27. 1896. In Chatham county a daughter of Isaac West and Sarah Catherine Dixon Durham. She attended Greensboro College and taught school in Carrboro on dec. 27. 1918, she was married to Ira Alexander Ray he died in March. 1964, she had been a resident of High Point for 31 years coming Here from Jamestown. She was a member of Lebanon United methodist Church surviving Are two daughters. Miss Doris and miss Mildred Hay both of the Home two sons Sidney w Ray of Durham and or. A. Graham Ray of Greensboro eight grandchildren one sister mrs. Alton Perry of Dur Hamand one brother Isaac w Durham of Carrboro. Funeral will be held at la a in. Saturday in Lebanon United methodist Church by the Rev. Bryce Parker. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home Friday 7 until 9. Mrs t. H Everhart Lexington mrs Etta Elizabeth Cecil Everhart. 75, wife of Thomas h. Everhart and a resident of route 12. Ridge Road was dead on arrival at Community general Hospital today at 3 15 a m. After suffering a heart attack at her Home. She had been in declining health for several years. She was born in Davidson county june 28, 1899, a daughter of the late George and Margie Lansng Cecil and had lived her entire life in Davidson county. She was a member of Midway United a methodist Church. On Dee 25. 1919. She married or. Everhart who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are three daughters. Mrs. Lytal s. Florence Alexander of it. 5, Thomasville mrs. James David Pauline Tuttle of Winston Salem and mrs. William b. Norma hair or. Of Burlington one son. Thomas Austin Everhart of route 12 one sister mrs. Maggie Eddinger of Fisher ferry Street Thomasville. 16 grandchildren and five great grandchildren funeral will be held saturday at 4 p in. At Midway United methodist Church by the Rev. T. Paul Starnes or. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the body will remain at j. C. Green St sons funeral Home Thomasville until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the Home on Ridge Road and at the funeral Home Friday night 7 to 9. Death claims mrs. Bell Thomasville a mrs. Kois Dennis Bell. 44, of 1150 Randolph re. Died at n Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem. Today at 5 30a in. She had been ill three months and seriously ill two weeks. She was born sept 26.1930, in Thomasville a daughter of Curtis s. Dennis and Vada Bowers Dennis. On Jan. 5. 1947, she married Doyle h. Bell of Thomasville she was an employee of Security upholstery co. Of High Point. She was a member of John so town United methodist Church and had served As Junior Wegant of the Thomasville Moose Lodge. A survivors include her husband of the Home two daughters mrs. Delbert Betty Ball of route 4. And miss Shelia Dianne Bell of the Home two grandchildren her parents of route 5 two Sisters. Mrs. James Christine Lomax of Pershing Street and mrs Reid Frances i Canoy of Shular Road three Brothers Timmy Dennis of Myrtle Beach s c., Rickey Dennis of route 5, and Joe Don Dennis of Lexington the body will remain at Siler funeral Home funeral arrangements Are incomplete. L. M. Bingham Salisbury Larry Michael Bingham 28. Of route 12, fell under an Earth loader and was crushed to death tuesday at a residence he was building he was a native of Randolph county and was graduated from appalachian state University. He was a former teacher at Mooresville Junior High school and at the time of his death was associated with his father in the Bingham lumber co., Gold Hill. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Debbie Arey Bingham a daughter. Shelly Leanne Bingham of the Home a brother Randy Bingham of Rockwell his parents. Or. And mrs Wayne a Bingham of it. I Rockwell and maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Worth Garner of i. 5. Asheboro. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today at ursinus United Church of Christ in Rockwell by the Rev Guy Fisher and the Rev. Walter Davis. Burial was to in in Brook Hill memorial gardens. A cold Turkey mortuary. Phone m 5045 102 Chestnut or. Thursday or. James j. Johnson irm a tuft to to in cd Church wild wild i world of i animals Quot deadly i african snakes Quot 8 00 tonight the i Waltons i 9 00 tonight Dick a Dyke Jean j Stapleton amp Bob a Newhart in the lbs i thursday movie. Iso a 4 of my to is Spainhour funeral set mrs. Grace Teague Spainhour. 80, widow of j. Will Spainhour and resident of route 2. Died at 7 45 a in. Today in High Point memorial Hospital following two years of declining health. She had been a patient at the Hospital three Days. She was born in Davidson county March 14. 1894, a daughter of James r Teague and Mae Ila Welborn Teague and had been a resident of Davidson county All of her life. Or. Spainhour died dec 25. 1968 surviving Are one daughter or. Charles Doris Hiatt of it. 4. Thomasville one son. James w. Spainhour of route 2 two Sisters. Mrs. Georgia Cranford of Madison Avenue and mrs. Benny Mcadams of Dogwood drive two Brothers. W Elborn Teague of Centennial Avenue and Walter Teague of route 2 three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral will be held saturday at 3 p a at Abbott s Creek missionary Baptist Church by the Rev. Roy Cantrell and the Rev. Joe d. Coltrane. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Home Thomasville until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs. Charles Hiatt. It. 4. Winston Road. Thomasville and at the funeral Home Friday night 7 to 9. D. L. Tussey Lexington funeral for David Lee Tussey. 86, who died tuesday was to be held at 3 pm today at Piedmont funeral Home Chapel. Burial was to be in Forest Hill memorial Park. R. C. Johnson Asheboro funeral for Richard Clay Johnson jr., 63, who died tuesday was to be held at 2 pm. Today at first United methodist Church where he was a member by the Rev Don Haynes and the Rev. Bill Robinson. Burial was to be in Oaklawn cemetc�7. A native of the Farmer Community he was a former Register of deeds for Randolph county. He was a graduate of Davidson College and was a Cost accountant for Stedman manufacturing co. For 29 years. D. C. Roach Dies at 60 Dennis Roach. 60. Of 809 w. Green or was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital wednesday at 2 30 . He had been in health seven years. Or. Roach was born oct. La 1014. In Randolph county a son of Henry and Rosie Cranford Roach he had been a resident of the High Point area most of hts life and was a retired employee of High Point furniture industries he was a Veteran of world War ii having served in the . Army. He was a member of West end Mission. On March 1,1941, he was married to miss Lillian Ada Norman who survives of the Home surviving in addition to his wife Are three sons. Roger Roach of 317 Green St., Robert Roach serving in the . Air Force. Lowry air Force base colo., and James Roach with the . Navy in Norfolk a. Five daughters. Mrs. Mayford i Peggy Jordan of roaring River mrs. J. W. Gladys Martin of 811 Hines St mrs Joseph Janet Caswell of 612 Bridges St. Miss Linda Roach of i. 5, Circle drive and miss Helen Roach of the Lonnie revels is Back Don t be one of the 7v on nov. Shi vote Lonnie revels for . House of representatives foul for i newly. I least a anything can happen on what a my line weeknights 7 pm / \ Home and six grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday at 2 . At West end Mission by the Rev. L. R. Mcneill. Burial will he in Oakwood memorial Park the body will remain at Cumby mortuary until 4 . Today when it will be taken to the Home. Mrs. Blair of Jamestown mrs Lona Bell Blair of 122 e main St., Jamestown died at 7 20 a m. Today in self memorial Hospital Greenwood s. C. Funeral arrangements Art incomplete. The body is being returned today to the Sechrest funeral Home. Revival Allendale Baptist Church 936 Springfield Road november 3-10 services each night at 7 30 . Rev. Hinkle Little special singing each night a Humble Yow Riefs a in the tight or the lard and he Tho la lift you Jam s Dotlo Bob Metter pastor lies a be Yeeee fuel shortage switch to electric heat lifetime guarantee on All electric heat. Guaranteed lowest prices in town. Call us for All your electrical needs. Phone 475-7247 Watson electric i i aim to Hihi be Yeeee rent to own Bra Al color to so a stat n marry Hay areas 18�?� Diagonal in l�1 my tvs special thru oct. 349�?� rent to own Call 882-6656 25�?� Sci console Reg. $795 95 now $66995 free tape plan with rent to own or Cash to sales amp rentals i i 23s Mon lieu 882-6656 television log Abc to Issue godfather warnings by Jay Sharbutt a television writer new York a shows dealing with what networks Call a mature subject matter often Are preceded by discreetly worded advisories which gently urge parents to decide if their impressionable kids should leave the room. But with Quot the godfather which no will air in two parts on nov 16 and 18. The network is taking the discreet storm warning several Steps further to make certain viewers realize Strong fare is pending. It says in the few Days before it shows the film it will a include in both its print and 30-Atid 60-second broadcast promotions for the film the suggestion that parents consider whether any family member a who might be disturbed by it Quot should see it at ail. A put Herminie Traviesas no cd a broadcast standards chief on the a a today a show to discuss the film for anyone still unfamiliar with it explain Why ifs being shown and perhaps How ifs been edited. No also May precede the part one showing with a taped statement about the Oscar winning movie by its director Francis Ford Coppola. And if Abc which has t yet seen his statement decides not to use it. The film will be preceded by an audio visual advisory about its contents the advisory repeated at the first major break. Traviesas says. The 1972 movie for which no paid a record $10 million for a single showing is about the Way mafia families live work and die. In Gore is realistically graphic and definitely not for the faint hearted but Traviesas. Who worked with Coppola in editing the film for to. Says the director told him that while the movie runs about three hours its violent scenes Only total approximately 13 minutes. He said less than a minute of this has been trimmed with the general aim of a trying to take some of the Shock values out of if without ruining the artistic intent of Coppola l co. One such Cut he said trimmed the famous scene in which a studio Boss slowly awakens to the horror of a bloody horse head in his bed. The head and the Boss s ensuing screams remained the slow Awakening went. Despite All the Advance precautions the godfather Quot showing undoubtedly will earn Abc both sky High ratings and loud gripes trom viewers who feel the movie belongs Only in Heaters i Hihi in Inbur ill m h i \ it Harlon i i Mim i nil station a Mil i. Iii Mil la. In Urh in Al mail. High Point ii m \ la. M Winslon Hylria i Hsin. 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I Harlan Imi Mhz pc Karnak Mhz 1. 4 harlot 7 30 the new Price is right 8 00 the Odd couple 8 30 paper Moon Wpm Ftp capsule views of today s evening programs 60u pm 2,3,8,181 new 5,1,11 Newt weather spam 101 action news 12 triad today 36 Beverly Hillbillies 6 30 2,3,11 lbs news 5,1 Abc news 9,10,12 Abc news la Nanny and by professor 36 Comer Pyle 7 00 2 beat the clock 3 lbs news 4 russian l language 5 Raymond Burr show 8,9,10 truth or consequences 11 family Altair 12 what s sly line la concentration 36 Andy Griffith 7 30 2 wild world of Ani Mals <3i the Walton 4i science amp Ari of football 9 new Price is right 9 Phyllis Diller is a circus 10 to Tell the truth 11 treasure Hunt 12 Hollywood squares 18 what s my line 36 hogans heroes 1 00 2,11 the Waltons 4 the Way it was 5.8.18 Odd couple 10 Sierra 12 halloween spooky ocular 30 Star trek 8 30 3 Bobby Goldsboro show 4 religious America 5.8.18 paper Moon 9.ou 2,11 lbs thursday nigh movie 3 thursday movie 4 International performance 5.8.18 streets of Baa Francisco 9.10 Ironside 12,30 world football 10 00 4 the parties and the systems 5.8.18 Harry o 9.10 Dean Martin 11 00 2,3,5.8.9.10.11,12,11 news weather. Sports 11 30 2,3,11 lbs Fate show 5.8.18 wide world special 9.10 tonight show 36 movie 1 00 9,10,12 tomorrow show

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