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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday september 9,1974 deaths amp funerals As miss american As Hom Rani is w. D. Linville Walnut Cove Wilson Dewey Linville 74, of it. I buies Creek died at his Home sunday of a heart at tack he was bom in Forsyth county and was a retired Farmer. Survivors include his wife mrs Cora m. Linville of the Home five daughters mrs. Charlie Larrimore mrs. Carl Bowman mrs. Robert brim and mrs. James Galdin All of buies Creek and mrs. Marshall Wilson of Kernersville six sons Dewey Linville of High Point Glenn Linville of Kernersville and Billy Bobby Mac and Jerry Linville All of buies Creek one half brother Woodrow Linville of Kernersville and one Hal sister mrs. Jessie Nicks of Kernersville. Funeral will be held at 3 pm. Tuesday at Goodwill Baptist Church by the Rev. Henry Duggins and the Rev Robert Conner. The body was to be taken to the Home on route i today at 4 . Mrs. William Fetter Winston Salem mrs. Avalee Combs Fetter 58, of 237 Cliffdale or died sunday in Baptist Hospital. She was a Guilford county native and was a retired employee of the retail merchants association. Her Early life was spent in Summerfield and she had lived in Winston Salem since 1936 she was a member of Calvary moravian Church surviving Are her husband William Fetter her Mother mrs. Della Pegram of it. 2, Kernersville four Sisters miss Eva Combs mrs. Mable Hama the. Mrs. Evelyn Apple and mrs. Mary Blackburn All of it. 2, Kernersville and two Brothers Lloyd and Norman Combs both of it. 2, Kernersville. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Vogler a main Street Chapel. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 mrs. A. S. Patterson mrs. Bytha Nichols Patterson 74, of Michigan a former resident of High Point died Friday in Garden City Hospital. She had been in declining health for several years and critically ill for five weeks. Mrs. Patterson was bom Jan. 25, 1900, in Georgia a daughter of William a. And Symatha Patterson Nichols. She had been a resident of Michigan for to years and lived in High Point prior to that. One june 13, 1920. She was married to Albert s. Patterson she was a member of Springfield Road methodist Church. Surviving Are her husband Albert s. Patterson of the Home one son Eddie Patterson of Michigan one grandson and one brother j. B. Boyles of Michigan. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev Bobby Loving. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body is at Sechrest funeral Home where it will remain. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 until 9. Obadiah Harris Greensboro Oba dish obie Harris. 61, formerly of Greensboro died sunday in Fredricksburg a. Surviving Are a son obie Richard Harris of Greensboro three Brothers Elmo Harris of Hollywood fla., Robert Harris of Tampa Fla and Dewey Davenport of Summerfield and three Sisters mrs. Delcia Jordan of High Point mrs. Audred Massengill of Hollywood fla., and mrs. Jane Caveness of Summerfield. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body will be at Forbis amp Dick North Elm funeral Home Chapel. Jefty Fiz mortuary phone 885-5645 102 Chestnut or. H. R. Kearns Dies at 74 Herbert Hub Reid Keams 74, of Jordan Street died in Cone memorial Hospital Greensboro sunday morning at 2 10 . Following an extended illness and four Days hospitalization. He was born in Montgomery county sept. 28, 1899. A son of Burl and Mary Ferrell Kearns. He was employed prior to his retirement As a truck Driver by Fowler motor lines surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Effie Robertson of Trinity and mrs. Nellie Austin of Albemarle. Funeral was to be held today at 4 . In the Harold c. Davis funeral Chapel by the Rev. Eston h. Highfill. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. Pallbearers will be Millard Dunlap Leonard Dunlap Robert Reynolds John Brogan. Foy Holbrook and Larry Furr. Mrs. Clyde Hanner Asheboro mrs. Clyde Harris Hanner 81, of 623 Lee St. Died sunday. She was a Denton native and a member of the first United methodist Church. Surviving is a daughter mrs. David l. Virginia Lomax of Floyd a. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery. R. K. Moss Lexington graveside services for Romeyn Kellogg buddy Moss 61, who died saturday was to be held at 4 . Today at Forest Hill memorial Park. Memorials May be made to the heart fund. Hearings from Page in gathered by investigator Luke Wright in a four month investigation of the police department. John Haworth attorney for the chief told councilmen last week that he would like to Confer with the committee on hearing procedures. The meeting this afternoon was to take place at Culler s office at National upholstery co. Culler said that the meeting would be held in private. Done to want to do anything to harm my miss America sought to avoid any comment on such topics As abortion and amnesty. She said she Felt that she should not comment on those topics at this time. She did say however that she would favor abortion under certain circumstances As when the life of the Mother was at stake. A abortion is such an individual Choice Quot miss America said. Since the National organization for women opened its Eastern regional meeting in Atlantic City on the Day of the miss America finals the new miss America was asked if she supported the equal rights amendment. A a i believe women should receive sentiments from Page in could make it a become a Little on the other hand. Cox argues that the need for coordination in areas such As land use planning supports the single Region concept and he notes that the Cost of the present Region is the lowest in North Carolina. A new Region he said would require a duplicate staff. Cox also noted there Are Many a across Over Points Between the two areas involved. He noted the Kernersville sewer system would involve both areas and that the Haw River flows through both and that deep River flows from the Western Side to the Eastern Side. Shaw said he would hate to see Forsyth and Guilford counties split under the proposal which would place Forsyth Yadkin Surry Stokes and Davie counties in one Region and Guilford Randolph Alamance Rockingham and Caswell counties in another. Officials Point out that Davidson county could decide for either of the two units since it has close ties with both. Shaw emphasized the need for Guilford county and Forsyth county to continue to have a a Mutual working agreements for Kiger argues that the three cities could continue to plan together even though they would be in different regions. But Cox noted a blood thirsty competitions among the three cities in the past and said their relationship now is far better. Clapp said he thinks Kiger is a sincere Quot in what he is suggesting and agreed some of the smaller Western counties think they have nothing in common with the three cities and that they do depend on Forsyth county. He suggested that some of the Rural counties could be a spun off a to another Region such As the Hickory area to reduce its size. The possibility that the Region As it now stands could become a third layer of government was a real concern for Shaw who said that with the Region getting into human services the scope of its planning and implementation could make it a vast new level of government. He warned that the next five years could see the executive director wending More Power in this area of Piedmont North Carolina than any other individual. Equal pay for equal work she answered. A about the amendment i done to want to get into that now. I have been too Busy to give a qualified then she said a yes i favor the equal rights amendment. I consider myself very she is registered to vote but she is not actively involved in the support of a political party she said. Miss America will use her $15,000 scholarship to Complete work on her doctorate degree in administrative education at Texas Christian University she has a master of education degree in guidance and counselling and plans to teach in a College or University. City from Page in councilwoman Rachel Gray a a i have mixed emotions. Of course no one wants to see the Man Nixon suffer anymore. But it raises the question of fairness. There Are so Many others involved. There is no question that there is preferential treatment in she added the opinion a if we can forgive men in the White House then we certainly should be prepared to forgive give amnesty to those Young men who protested a War which was undeclared. They have suffered. councilman Frank Wood d a a i am very much opposed to the Pardon. It was not necessary at this time. It should not have been granted until after Nixon had been indicted and the evils of this thing fully exposed. I think it should have been granted then. A this is nothing less than another major cover up a he said. High Pointer Dies in crash Kicky Lynn Marshall 17, of 3023 n. Main St. High Point was dead on arrival sunday at 1 30 . At Forsyth memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. Highway patrolmen said Marshall was fatally injured when the car he was driving left a Rural Road in Stokes county and hit a Bam. The Accident occurred two Miles East of King. He was born oct. 27,1956 in High Point a son of Rupert Glenn and Juanita Louise Perdue Marshall. A lifelong resident of High Point he a was educated in the High Point City schools and was employed by b amp h manufacturing co., inc. He was a member of Cloverdale Church of the living god. Surviving Are his parents of the Home two Brothers Garry Glenn Marshall of Teague Texas and Michael Lee Marshall of Flint Mich and grandmothers mrs. Kathleen Perkins of Flint Mich and mrs. Rosie Marshall of re i Westfield. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday in Cloverdale Church of the living god by the Rev. Worth r. Pugh. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 until 9. Coop Leader Dies at 72 Raleigh a g Dewey Arndt Veteran farm cooperative Leader died sunday in Raleigh. He was 72. Arndt was affiliated with the Carolinas Cotton growers association for More than 50 years from 1923 until his retirement As president and general manager june 30. Revival september 9-14 7 30 nightly landmark Baptist Church Marsh Street High Point . Evangelist Rev. Kenneth Faulkenbury of Hickory . Pastor Amos Mashburn special singing each night a cordial invitation to everyone 914 us baby suede soft. A clean a is launderers 1670 iwgu4m Tubbs ? to 9 7 4 our purpose o serve you Well w Ith respect Well handle detail make Alt arrangements in strict compliance with the family a every ,.our reputation in based upon concern for All. Haizlip funeral Home. Inc. Phone 882-4131 206 fourth Street a High Point it 108 Church Street Thomasville you Are invited to attend revival services a at Erindale Baptist Church Flint Hill Road Trinity . September 8-14 services each night at 7 30 . Rev. Steve Welborn Evan. Special singing each service Stanley Earomirski. Pastor evangelist Rev. Steve Welborn v Asheboro n. C. A let s step out a by monday september 9th see Quot Grampa Jones Quot straight from . S Quot Hee Haw Quot show. Show times 7 . Amp 9 . A. Tuesday september i or music by Quot the Tams Quot shows at 7 . Amp 9 . A a a it 6 to a i a b Jim x to the Guilford county agricultural open the door to better life. Find your future Home in today s classified ads. September 6-14th ult the classified Section of this newspaper is truly a showcase of Homes. A tremendous selection of designs in both existing and new models that will make choosing a genuine pleasure. You la find listings by qualified experienced realtors builders and brokers who give you Friendly helpful service. Buying a Home As soon As possible is More than an invest ment in happier living it s a smart business investment too. So pick the desired location. Pick the design you want. Pick the Price you can afford.,. Now in the classified Section. Enterprise want ads 885-2177 tn4

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