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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday sept. 7, 1972 deaths amp funerals Johnson funeral set for Friday Victor Oryal Johnson 51, of 623 s. Scientific St. Died at 7 20 p. In. Wednesday at his Home. He had been in declining health for five years. Or. Johnson was born feb. 13. 1921, in Greensboro a son of Victor Marshall and Lolar Edwards Johnson. He had been a resident of High Point for 28 years coming from Greensboro. He was employed As a furniture craftsman with Stallings Antiques for 15 years prior to retiring in 1965. He was of the Baptist Faith. Surviving Are two sons Eddie 0. And Gary w. Johnson both of the Home three grandchildren three Sisters. Mrs. H. L. Essie Kellam of Burlington mrs. J. M. Thelma Cobb of Liberty and mrs. Dorothy Harris of Greensboro and three Brothers Paul e. Johnson of Jamestown and Jesse g. And c. Coy Johnson both of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In. Friday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Ernest m. Gardner and the Rev. Franklin Fox. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Oscar r. Gill Oscar Rogers Gill 56. Of 1852 a bar Harbor rd., Columbus Ohio a former resident of High Point died suddenly tuesday afternoon of an apparent heart attack while at school. Or. Gill attended the Public schools of High Point and was a graduate of Knoxville College Knoxville Tenn. At the time of his death he was principal of Linmore Junior High school in Columbus Ohio. Among the surviving relatives Are two nephews. Raymond Gill of 1831 Blain St. And Alonzo Gill of Lexington. Funeral will be saturday at la a. In. At the Asbury United methodist Church in Columbus Ohio. Burial will be in a local cemetery. The body will remain at Mcnabb funeral Home. 818 e. Long St., Columbus Ohio. N. D. Bass Thomasville funeral for n. D. Bass of 104 Maple ave. Will be held at 2 p. In. Friday at Siler funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Joseph Seay and or. Joseph Hester. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 and at the Home. Or. Bass 84. Died wednesday morning in Liberty House nursing Home. Johnson infant graveside rites for the infant son of or. And mrs. Odell Hayes Johnson of it. 4, High Point were to be held today at la a. In. In Blacks Chapel Christian Church cemetery in Moore county near Robbins. The infant died wednesday in the local Hospital. Mrs. 0. N. Petree mrs. 0. N. Petree 91, of Anthonys nursing Home Greensboro and formerly of b-2 country club apts., Greensboro died wednesday night at the nursing Home. She was born in Oak Ridge dec. 21, 1880, and was a Menthe of first Christian Church Greensboro. Survivors include one son William s. Petree of 406 Crestline dr., High Point and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 3 30 p. In. Friday at Hanes line Berry North Elm Street Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 30 until 8 30. H. M. Cox Asheboro a Herman Milton Cox 80. Of it. I Seagrove died wednesday in Randolph Hospital. He had been a resident of Clapps nursing Home in Asheboro for about five years. Surviving Are a sister. Mrs. Hattie r. Black of Ochlocknee a. And a brother j. N. Cox of it. I Seagrove. The body is at Ridge Mcdowell funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Service held for victims a special memorial service for the la members of the israeli olympic team killed by Arab terrorists in Munich tuesday was held wednesday night at b Nai Israel synagogue Here. Among the speakers for the service were mayor Bill Ben Cini or. L. H. Hollingsworth pastor of Emerywood Baptist Church and Hal Shoemaker associate minister at Emery Wood Baptist. Rabbi Robert Sandman officiated at the memorial service. A closing prayer was delivered by William Locke of the High Point College dept of religion. Rabbi Robert Sandman led the congregation in the Kaddish explaining that although it is a traditional Mourner s prayer it does not mention death. The prayer reaffirms life the rabbi said a fact of particularly poignant significance now since the jewish new year holy Day begins Friday evening. Confused worried upset phone us 882-8121 r. J. Rumley Lexington funeral for Robert Jerome Rumley 87. Of Hilltop rest Home who died monday was to be held at 4 p. In. Today at Davidson funeral Home Chapel. Murphy reunion Thomasville the 40th annual Murphy reunion will be held sunday at it. Pleasant United methodist Church on route 4, old Greensboro Road. A picnic lunch will begin at 12 30 p. Rn., followed by a business meeting and quartet and gospel singing. Free hearing Aid test amp trial Atour office or your Home. Service supplies plus Zenith Quality hearing aids. Piedmont hearing All Center 400 n. Main St. Sheraton hotel main floor Telephone 8s3-2815 High Point attention please take note. The following business firms will close this coming Friday evening sept. 8fh at 6 00 and will be closed All Day saturday sept. 9th for a religious Holiday Rosh has Hanah the jewish new year do your shopping Early Friedman s fashions Sample shoe store v a a Glamor Home kiddie Korner s. Robinowitz store or. Max Rones Samuel Hyman jewellers Sheraton uniform shop Sid s Pawn shop open As usual monday morning. Reunion slated Denver the annual Beattie Beatty Beaty reunion will be held at Rock Springs Campground Here sunday sept. 17. Lunch will begin at i p. Rn., with a Short business meeting following. Payne reunion the Payne reunion will be held at the Home of c d. Payne 2004 Chestnut drive sunday sept. To. A picnic lunch will be served at i of clock. God amp country Scott Jensen 14, son of or. And mrs. Harold v. Jensen 911 Trenton St., was presented with the god amp country award by the Rev. Barry Osborne minister of youth at the Wesley memorial United methodist Church at the la of clock service recently. The youth received the Eagle award nov. 28. 1971. He is a member of troop 4. Lawson Ingram is scoutmaster. County from Page i o an Annex Structure which serves both but this is full. Enrolment at elementary units in the Jamestown area were generally slightly below end of the year Marks but a about As expected a Pearce said. Union Hill school opened the year with 632 students a drop of 20 from the end of the year reported Jamestown elementary school began this year with 754 compared to the 782 end of the year Mark and Millis Road school started with 599, somewhat below the 626 listed for last May. The Sedgefield unit increased by four from 580 to 584. The Allen Jay District on the other hand showed an Over All increase. The main school which has the secondary unit and some elementary grades had 875 students the first Day and the primary unit had 585, a total of 1,460 last year the final Day showed attendance in the two schools at 1.451.abolition from Page id year at the time they list their taxes. The county a dog tax requires the same amounts As the City a program $1 per male and $2 per uns payed female. Owners pay their dog taxes together with their regular tax Bills. On this basis a dog owner in High Point would Purchase a City License and list his animal with the county making a total of $2 per male and $4 per uns payed female. Rural area residents need Only to list the animals they owned As of Jan i each year. 1897 1972 Sechrest service 1301 e i exam ton ave 882 2555 or 885 21451 a a a a a a it hts a a no j 4/14 intern maim win of Fri amp at Victor Orvel Johnson 2 pm Sechrest Chapel incomplete or. Mablo Farlow 5 More area students named to who s who five additional High Point area students have been named to appear in the sixth annual edition of a a who s who among american High school Sherman Hancock Ramona Belo Samuel or. Bays Thomas n. Taylor and Dale Crouse were selected for the Honor on the basis of Leader ship in academics athletic activities or Community service. Hancock is a student at Trinity senior High school where he is a member of the Leo club. President of the Library club and works on the the newspaper staff. He was elected commissioner of labor at boys state this year and plans to attend High Point College after graduation. His parents Are or. And mrs. Sherman r. Hancock. A graduate of Bishop Mcguinness memorial High school in Winston Salem miss Belo is the daughter of mrs. Gwen Belo of 2338-e Granville St. In High Point. At Bishop Mcguiness she was a member of the French latin and glee clubs the National Honor society and the afro american society. She received the Summa cum laude National la in award a National achievement scholarship and the Betty Crocker future homemaker of America award. She also represented High Point in the miss Black Samuel Wayne Bays North Carolina Beauty pageant. Miss Belo presently is attending Duke University. Bays son of or. And mrs. Eulis b. Bays of 616 Arch St., is a 1972 graduate of High Point Central High school where he was a member of the Beta club and National Honor society. He received an appointment to West Point military Academy and reported for duty on july 3. Taylor is the son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Taylor of 313 trin Dale re. And is a 1972 graduate of Trinity senior High school. At Trinity he was a member of the Beta club. Key club and Golf team. He presently is a freshman at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A recent graduate of Trinity senior High school Crouse was a member of the deca club there. He now is attending East Carolina University in Greenville. His parents Are or. And mrs. Willard Crouse of 913 w. White or. In Archdale. Man 40, is handed suspended sentences Derry Buchanan 40. Of Clara Cox apts got two six month suspended sentences and two $5 fines wednesday in District court. Buchanan was found guilty of concealing merchandise and hiring a motor vehicle with intent to defraud. Alphonso Carr 31, also of Clara Cox apts., received a six month suspended sentence on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. He was fined $25 and costs. Prayer for continued on sisting arrest Baker 23, Road. A nol was taken in judgment was a charge of re against William of Habersham pros with leave a Case in which Baker was charged with assault and Battery on a minor child. Prayer for judgment was continued against three defendants charged with Drunken driving after they entered guilty pleas to reckless driving. They were Darrell Shelton Grubb. 45. Of w. Grimes Avenue Gary Wayne Britt 24. Of Thomasville and Ronald c. Holland. 25, of it. 2, Lexington. Britt and Holland were fined $50 and costs and Grubb was fined $35 and costs. Prayer for judgment also was continued against Ann pulp Williams 38, of route 5 on payment of $25 and costs. She had been charged with Drunken driving but entered a plea of guilty to driving left of Center. A nol pros was taken in the Case of Eldried author Meadows 41, of route 3, charged with Drunken driving. The reason for the nol pros was listed As a breathalyzer results of .05 when to was considered under the influence. William Edward Belcher 48, of Greer s. C., was fined $50 and costs after entering a plea of guilty of reckless driving. The original charge had been Drunken driving. William l. Fortenberry 43, of Spartanburg. S. a charged with aiding and abetting Drunken driving pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting reckless driving. Prayer for judgment was continued on payment of $50 and costs. Movie planned Hollywood api the producer of a a Patton is planning a movie about another great general of world War ii a Gen. Douglas Macarthur. Richard d. Zanuck and David Brown announced a a Macarthur wednesday As the first production under their new contract with Universal. The producer will be Frank Mccarthy who made the Oscar winning a a Patton for 20th Century Fox when Zanuck was production chief. Chestnut drive of Brood ave. Phone 8855045 Fyk. A. Ort mortuary wombat of the order 0t the Golden hoi Quot our Femi y serving veers. Thursday Tonyia Bernice Kearns 3 p m. Woodlawn Baptist Church jewish new year begins tomorrow jews throughout the world will usher in their High holy Day period Friday As they begin to Days of penitence a when Mankind passes in judgment before the heavenly rabbi Robert Sandman of by Nai Israel synagogue said that the period of penitence will begin Friday at Sundown with the Celebration of Rosh has Hanah. A Frosh has Hanah is hebrew for a new it Marks one of the two most sacred holy Days in the jewish Faith. During this the rabbi continued a tradition holds that god looks into the hearts youth on Bike struck by car Jimmy Dell Speight 9. Of w. Green drive suffered minor injuries wednesday when his bicycle collided with a car on w. Broad Street at w Grimes Avenue. Officers said the boy Cut his bicycle into the Side of a car driven by Buri ice Loyd Thompson of it. I Thomasville. Joseph Raymond Voncannon jr., 19, of Albert Avenue escaped injury wednesday when his car went out of control and ran off the right Side of old Thomasville Road near Albertson Road. The vehicle hit several Trees and Bushes before stopping. Police estimated the 1969 Model car to be a total loss. Voncannon was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Of men and examines not Only their deeds but their motives As Well. A it also is the period when jews sit in judgment Over themselves comparing their conduct during the past year with the Hopes and resolutions they had yom kippur is the Day of atonement the last of the to Days of penitence and. Like Rosh has Hanah one of the two holy Days of Judaism. It is marked by 24 hours of prayer and fasting. A was the Sun begins to set on the eve of atonement the family gathers for a festive meal a the rabbi explained adding a candles Are lit and members of the family ask forgiveness of one another for the wrongs they have committed. Child asks parents parents ask children and husband wife each other a for we must enter the sacred Day with a clean in High Point the services will be conducted by rabbi Sandman assisted by Cantor l. Wallace. Friday evening services will begin at 7 p rn., saturday and sunday services at 8 15 a. In. During the sunday service the ram s Horn or shofar will be sounded calling for Mankind to awaken and turn from their sinful ways. The Enterprise want and Index dial 885-2177 to place your adv. Legal notices notice of Sale Public set to be held a aaa Toyota sales inc., 321 s. Main St., High Point county As required by is 20-114 name of person having Legal title to the property is unknown name of per son leaving said property Gary Smith 1308 Madison ave., county of Guilford High Point n a description of property one i i960 Austin Healey Model Doc roadster. Serial no in 6l 253 win f sold at Public auction to the highest bit Der on Friday sept. Is 1972 at 12 0 noon. Amount of Lien s<83 oof pm Casy Wayne c Davis vice president aaa Toyota sates inc. A i 9/7 announcements. A a a. I articles Mischel fineous. A. 62 antique. A. 45 appliances. A. 43 Apt., houses furnished. A. 26 apts., houses unfurnished a. 27 auctions general. A. Is aute acetone. A. 90 auction a real Eliot. A. 40 Auto Loam. A. 94 Auto repair. A. 91 automobile for Solo a a. A. Too automobile wanted. A. 92 Boot a trailer. A. 97 bookkeeping tax. A. It bldg. Materiel supplies. A. Is bushmen opportune. A. 84 Cameral jewelry. Campers trailer. A. 99 card of thank. A. 2 cemetery plot. A. 37 child Caro. A. 76 clothing. A. 47 commercial property Ion a. 30 commercial property Solo. A. 39 farm Garden equipment. 46 feed a poultry. Female or Mal help. ,. A. 64 female help furniture. A. 70 female help hosiery. A. 71 female help sol. A. 72 female help mice Haneen a. 73 Flowers seeds a a a a a. 54 food. A. T a 48 garage sales. A. 53 Garden farm equipment a a. 46 Homes for Sale. Household furnishings. A. 44 houses Apt. Furnished. A. 26 houses Apt. Unfurnished. A. 27 instruction. A. 5 insurance. 9. 86 jobs wanted. Land for Salt. Landscaping Yard work. A. 13 lost amp found. A. 3 lots . 35 Mal or female help., male help furniture. A a. A 65 Mal help hosiery a. A a malt help solos. A. A. 67 male help miscellaneous. A. 68 Mobil Homos space rent a. 28 Mobile Homos spaces Sale a. 36 Money the loan. A. 87 mortgage Loans. Motorcycle so . 98 musical equipment. Painting remodelling. A. 14 . 4 pet a livestock. A. 79 poultry e feeds. By property wanted. Radios to repair. Bodies to sales. Remote Ling painting. A. U residential lots Solo. Residential Homos Solo. A a. 34 resort rant. A a a. 29 resort Solo. A. Rooms rent a a a a a a a seeds Flowers a a. A. 54 septic tank service. Sporting goods. Tax bookkeeping. Travel opportunities. A. 7 trucks a campers. Tvs radio repair. A. 16 tvs radio sales. Upholstering repairing. A. 17 wanted to buy. Wanted to rent. 31 Yard work landscaping. A. 13 3 lines 15 words Legal notices notice of summons by publication in the general court of Justice District court division High Foint a North Carolina Guilford county Hazel Stroupe Stumf plaintiff is. Thomas Grayson stump defendant to Thomas Grayson stump defendant take notice that a pleading seeking Relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the Relief being sought it it follows that the plaintiff has brought an action against the defendant for an absolute divorce on the ground of one year s separation. You Are required to make a defame to such pleading not later than october of1972, and upon your failure to do to the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the Relief sought. This the 7th Day of september 1972 Charles r Jarrell attorney for plaintiff til fait Commerce Street High Point North Cero line 9 7 14. I _ for Sali the follow i re building is offered for Sal by the North Carolina stat Highway commission to the highest bidder in protect 4joi734 parcel 229�?one-Story to me d wet in and Carport formerly owned by b j. Bud located it the intersection of no a and secondary Road 1139 North of High Point seemed bids will be received at the office of the stat Highway commission in Greensboro North Carolina until to of a m on september 19, 1972 it which tim bids will be opened no bid will be accepted unless mad on bid form furnished by the division right of Way agent the commission reserves the right to reject any or All bids. For full particulars connect h. T. Moon Jill. Stet Highway commission Greensboro North car tins Telephone 275-454 the state Highway commission in accordance with the provisions of title i of the civil fights act of 194 71 stat 25? and the regulations of the department of Commerce i c f Rupert i issued Bur. Suant to such act hereby notify All bidders that of will affirmatively insure that the contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement will be awarded to the highest responsible bidder without discrimination on the ground of race color 1 or National origin. 19-7, i _ notice North Carolina Guilford county the undersigned Levi a qualified As executrix of the estate of Grady Wilson Hemric deceased let of Guilford county North Carolina Thlu is a notify All persons firms and corporations having claims against said estate to Ore sent them to me undersigned at i$70 Bethel drive High Point North Carolin. On or before february 19, 1973, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. A persons firms end corporations indebted to said estate will please make payment to the undersigned this the 14th Day of August 1972 Lizzie Way Hemric executrix estate of Grady Wilson Hemple i Vernon p. Yon Orth in attorney 12 n mein St. High Point n c. 1-18. 2s 9-1, i notice to creditors North Carolina Guilford county the undersigned having qualified As administer matrix of the estate of Elizabeth s. Kirkman let of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All persons firms or corporations having claims against the estate of Elizabeth s. Kirkman to exhibit same to the undersigned administer matrix on or before March i 1973, or this notice will be pleaded in Ber of a heir recovery. All persons firms and corporations in Lested to said estate will pleas make a mediate payment to the undersigned to s the isl Day of september 1972 Lillian c. Ruth administer matrix of the estate of Elizabeth s Kirkman 105 Larkin St. High Point n c. 2720 i i 15, 22

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