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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise Friday september 13, 1074 deaths amp funerals Edminister from Page in o. P. Shelton Dies at 83 Oscar Paul Shelton. 83, of 316 Druid or. Died at 1 45 . Thursday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for one Day. He had been in declining health for two years. Or. Shelton was bom april 18. 1891, in Stokes county a son of Joshua Green and Julia Taylor Shelton. He was a resident of High Point since 1916, and was married dec 28, 1921, to Margaret Belcher. He was a Veteran of world War i and was a machinist for Carolina machine works until his retirement 18 years ago. He was a member of Oakview Baptist Church the Reavis Bible class of which he was Secretary. He was a Deacon of the Church and a member of the choir. Surviving is his wife mrs. Margaret b. Shelton of the Home. Funeral will be held at 3 saturday in Oakview Baptist Church by the Rev. Kenneth Miller and the Rev. William Bishop. Burial will be in Oakwood 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 tonight 7 until 9. Pallbearers will be Doug Poole William Smith Mack Harris Charles Sells Ralph Odom Athel Yokeley de Shufelt and Raleigh Hutchins. Mrs. Jane Kimmer Salisbury mrs. Jane Allman Rimmer 90, of Granite Quarry died Here wednesday in Joeene a nursing Home. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. L. A. Barrier and mrs. H. T. Eudy both of Lexington ., mrs h. R. Norfleet of it. 7, Salisbury three sons Clegg Rimmer of it. I Rockwell Harold Rimmer of Granite Quarry and Creed Rimmer of Concord and a brother Adam Allman of Charlotte. The body is at the Lyerly funeral Home. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Saturday in the Meadow at Creek primitive Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. E. G. Goss Lexington Edsel Graham Goss 51, of route 7, died thursday after suffering a heart attack at his Home. He was a native of Davidson county and a retired Mechanic. He was a member of the disabled american veterans. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mae Mise Goss a daughter miss Bonnie Goss of the Home a son Jimmy Goss of the Home three bothers. Joe Goss of it. 7, Lexington Julius Goss of Cleveland term., and Hugh t. Goss of Asheboro and three Sisters mrs. William Costella and mrs. Noramn Beck both of Norfolk va., and mrs. Eugene Everhart of Lexington. The body is at Davidson funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 r. L. Wall Mocksville Robert l. Wall 63, of Avon Street died thursday. He was an employee of Kewaunee furniture co. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mary Yow Wall three daughters. Mrs. Pamela Whitaker of Mocksville mrs. Carolyn Whitaker of Cooleemee and mrs. Doris Haneline of Greer . And two Sisters mrs. Kathleen Middleton of High Point and mrs. Pauline Broome of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday at Eaton funeral Chapel by the Rev. Robert l. Taylor. Burial will be in Rose cemetery. R. W. Sink Lexington r. W. Bob sink 73, of 400 Fairview or. Died at 3 45 . Today in . Baptist Hospital Winston Salem. He was born in Davidson county sept. 26,1900, a son of the late David h. And Barbara Hinkle sink. He was a member of first Baptist Church and was a former president of the menus Bible class he was associated with Piedmont Gas service co. For 20 years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ola t. Sink of the Home one daughter mrs. C. A. Evelyn Smith of it. 2, High Point two sons r. W. Sink or. And Douglas sink both of Lexington four grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Walter Lucy Leonard of High Point mrs. Arthur Maggie Payne of route 12, and mrs. Lloyd n. Addie Motsinger of it. 5. Winston Salem and one brother Joe h. Sink of route 12. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home. John w. Pugh Randleman John w. Pugh 59, of Randleman died this morning in High Point memorial Hospital following two weeks of illness. He was a Randolph county native a son of t. F. And Mary Neese Pugh. He was vice president of Pugh funeral Homes inc. And manager of the Pugh funeral Home in Randleman. He served As mayor of Randleman from 1951 to 1955. He was a member of first United methodist Church Randleman a member of the administrative Board and former chairman of the Board. At the time of his death he was serving As chairman of the pastor Parrish committee. He was a member and past president of Randleman rotary club chairman of the Randleman Public Library and a corporation member of Randolph Hospital inc. He was a Navy Veteran of world War la. Survivors include his wife mrs. Margery Redding Pugh of the Home one daughter mrs. James Betsy Summey of Wrightsville Beach one son John w. Pugh or. Of Asheboro two Sisters mrs. Earl Brown of it. 4, Asheboro and mrs. Clincie p. Mccloud of Asheboro and three a Brothers v. R. And Tom d. Pugh both of it. I Asheboro and Billy Pugh of Asheboro. Funeral will be held at 2 i . Sunday at first United methodist Church Randleman by the Rev. Leroy Scott. Burial will be in i Oaklawn cemetery. The j body is at the Pugh funeral Home Randleman and the family will be there saturday night 7 to 9. I Athwal she of Amoa a ans Friday s Lucie Moore Richardson j Jap in Battiest Chape saturday Oscar Paul Shelton 3pm Oakview Bap i a Church of. Evahmay Ehret Black cat Sale open tonight i i til a a death claims mrs. Ehret mrs. Evahmay Ehret 67, of 3019 n. Centennial St. Died at 9 20 . Thursday in High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health since May and critically ill four weeks. Mrs. Ehret was born oct. To 1906, in Chicago us a daughter of or. And mrs. George Confare. She was married May 7, 1927, to James p. Ehret. She had been a resident of High Point for 26 years coming Here from Columbus Ohio. She was a member of first United methodist Church. Surviving is her husband James p. Ehret of the Home. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 until 9. The body will be sent saturday afternoon to the Braman and son funeral Home Knox ind., funeral will be held on monday in Braman Chapel. The family requests that memorials be made to the american cancer society rather than to the funeral. Lee Dunn Siler City Lee Dunn 82, of it. I Julian died at his Home thursday. He was a retired Farmer and a Veteran of world War i. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Harriet Abbot Dunn five daughters mrs. David w. Jones of it. I Climax miss Jennie Dunn of the Home mrs. Winfred Siler of fort Meade fla., mrs. F. D. G rec son of it. I Whitsett and mrs. Shirley Comer of Vass two sons h. G. Dunn of it. I pleasant Garden and Chester Dunn of Carthage two Sisters miss Lillie Dunn and mrs. Cora Moody both of Bear Creek and three Brothers Bill Dunn of it. 2, Siler City Newsom Dunn of Julian and Riley Dunn of High Point the body is at Smith Ana Buckner funeral Home pending completion of arrangements. F. L. Poe or. Robbins Fred Lee Poe sr., 66, died thursday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst after a Brief illness. He was a native of Chatham county and a retired textile worker. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Eva Lemon Poe a daughter mrs. Mary Lou Riddle of Carthage four sons. Fred l. Or. And Earl Poe both of Robbins Roy Poe of the Home and Tommy Poe of it. 2, Seagrove six Sisters mrs. Nellie Kate Burns and mrs. Lillie Kennedy both of Robbins mrs. Doris Foster of it. I Carthage mrs. Eleanor Burns of Cumnock mrs. Betty Hart of it. 2, Bear Creek and mrs Jean Harris of Asheboro and five Brothers Frank and Russell Poe both of Greensboro Everett Poe of Asheboro Henry Poe of Sanford and Joe Poe of Langley . The family will be at Kennedy funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday at first Wesleyan Church by the Rev. Bob Freeman and the Rev. C. M. Upton. Burial will be in Pine rest cemetery. Mrs. Anna Welch mrs. Anna Welch 77, of 712 St. Phillips St., new Orleans la., died at 8 20 . Thursday in mercy Hospital new Orleans. She had been a patient in the Hospital for one month. Mrs. Welch was born dec. 16, 1896 in new Orleans. A former resident of High Point she had lived in new Orleans for the past 30 years. She attended St. Louis Cathedral. Surviving Are one son Robert p. Guarino of 506 Emerywood or. Three grandchildren two great grandchildren and one sister mrs. Virgie denied Ville of new Orleans. The body was cremated. Edwards infant Asheboro a Amy Lee Edwards 6-month-old daughter of or. And mrs. Earl d. Edwards died thursday in Chapel Hill Hospital. Surviving in addition to her parents Are grandparents or. And mrs. John Lucas or. Of Randleman. Funeral arrangements arc incomplete. Kingfield Webster Reidsville Kingfield Dick Webster 65, of it. I Summerfield was dead on arrival at Annie Penn memorial Hospital thursday following a heart attack. He was a native of Rockingham county and had lived Iii the Bethel Community most of his life. He was a Farmer. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Virginia Poole Webster four sons James b. And Dewey r. Webster both of it. 4, Reidsville and George f. And Clarence Webster both of Boston mass. Four daughters mrs. Hazel Williams and mrs. Martha Lou Cummings both of High Point mrs. Joan Knight of Gibsonville and miss Elizabeth Webster of it. 4, Reidsville a brother Bill Webster of Salem a. And a sister mrs. J. H. Beck of Winston Salem. The body is at Wilkerson funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. G. F. Pegram Asheboro a George f. Pegram 63, of route 5, died thursday in Randolph Hospital after several months of declining health. A native of Oak Ridge he had lived Here five years. He was employed by the state Highway commission. He was a Champion Banjo picker for Many years. Surviving Are his wife mrs Dorothy Louise Pegram a daughter mrs. Mary England of Granite Falls three sons George w. Pegram of the Home Charles w Pegram of Statesville and Jerry Lee Pegram of Union Grove five Sisters mrs. Bertha Wydell of Winston Salem mrs. Mabel Cison of Snow Camp and mrs. Ruth Dixon mrs. Virginia Lewis and mrs. Juanita Springs All of Greensboro and two Brothers Zeb Pegram of Matthews and Roger Pegram of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 . Saturday at Beck Creek friends meeting by the Rev. George Mcdowell. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. States open meetings Law allows closed meetings Only in discussions of personnel matters or of contractual issues. A everything else should be conducted in the open and above Board quoted Misten said. A there should be no place in government for secrecy in the transaction of the business of the Edmisten was in High Point today to speak to the kiwanis club and to appear at the democratic party Campaign Headquarters at 128 s. Main St. At 2 . This afternoon. In an interview before his address to the kiwanis club Edmisten said he would strengthen the consumer affairs division established by Robert Morgan in the attorney general a office. He noted that James Carson appointed by gov. James Holshouser to succeed Morgan and who is the Republican candidate for attorney general has said he will phase out the handling of individual complaints by the consumer affairs division. A i done to see How you can Oakwood memorial Park mausoleum nearing completion pre construction prices Cost less than ground burial i is 4 312 Mon lieu High Point to. 883-4245 clip Thod and Moil lot fro information at no obligation Coupon and mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Friday Ada Cumby Frye 2 36 p to Smor Wood ctr sch Homecoming Church of god e. Green drive High Point n. C. Sunday september 15 featuring the singing americans Raleigh n. C song services a 11 . And 2 00 . Pentagon View May change Washington a the Pentagon says it s considering changing its general policy of discharging women in the military who Are pregnant. What May be done a spokesman said on thursday is to allow prospective mothers to stay in the service provided they do their jobs Well and accept assignments worldwide. If not they would be discharged involuntarily. In addition pregnant personnel could voluntarily apply for hardship discharge the spokesman said. In All cases discharges for pregnancy would be As they Are now honorable. The spokesman said the idea behind the proposed policy change is Equality. Military fathers of legitimate or illegitimate children never have been subject to discharge. Conduct a consumer Protection program if you do not hear complaints from individuals Quot Edmisten said. In his address to the kiwanis club Edmisten said Quot efforts at the state level have enjoyed the support of individual Consumers and legitimate businessmen alike As we have worked to remove deceit from the marketplace. Quot we be made it Plain that there is no place in North Carolina for the unscrupulous Fly by night operator who would prey upon our people. I have stated repeatedly that no honest businessman has anything to fear from Edmisten said the office of the attorney general can be and should be a Leader in fighting crime in the state. A i do not favor anything like a state grand jury or a state police system Quot he said. A but the office of the attorney general can be a catalyst in fighting crime and can give help to local police forces in this Effort. A i think drug traffic is our biggest crime problem right now in North Carolina Quot he said. A drugs Are coming into the state in insidious ways particularly around the big military bases in North he said he would favor a state Law providing for the granting of immunity to prospective witnesses in criminal cases. Quot i think this would be a great help in dealing with the crime problem Edmisten said. Edmisten told Kiwan ians in concluding his speech a a we re going to look for new opportunities for service and when we find them Well do everything we can to get the kind of popular support from the people of this state and the general Assembly necessary to go Forward. In doing so we can to forget the individual As has been suggested that Isnit the North Carolina Way of doing business. And i assure you it in t my Way of doing business. A i Don t want to be attorney general of North Carolina unless i can truly be the Peoples attorney Quot he said. Correction in our thursday september 12 and the Price of the 2-piece living room suite was incorrectly stated As being $249.00 the Correct Price is 349o� Horton furniture company 200 e. Kivett St. Phone 883-1794 another family weekly exclusive a september is Lim he in Robert 1.1 let Itile in Lake in Al per Iokim it it i i is Lul Hilttu know a xxii a Oiver and worrier f Mok Bimini Hee Nee Lur Ike a Mim link tor lust i Aill la imm Humanick Retreat set this weekend Between 60 and 70 High Point College students Are expected to attend the american Humanick student Assn. Retreat this weekend at Camp Cheerio. The annual Retreat was to begin this evening and continue through sunday. The american Humanick organization provides a combination of academic studies career studies Field trips workshops and seminars aimed at filling the country s need for qualified youth Agency administrators. The Home office of the Humanick foundation is in Kansas City to. Guests at the Retreat will Hrc from Page in their a a concerns Over attendance to the it a Council an organization with representatives from each school in High Point. Rev. Bill Price who serves on the commission pointed out thursday that a busing plan should logically originate from the Council and the other commissioners agreed at the opening of the meeting thursday City councilwoman Rachel Gray the councils Liaison to the commission presented a commemorative plaque to Irvin Black former commission chairman. Be Don Snider and Daren Hutchinson. Snider american Humanick National alumni president is presently director of Field service of the Atlanta a. Boy scouts Hutchinson a 1972 High Point College graduate is one of the four alumni vice presidents and is District executive to the boy scouts in the Atlanta area Council. Theme for the upcoming year is a making a a focus of the weekend event will be getting students involved rededication for returning students and getting new ones involved Quot said David Fuller of Winston Salem fall Retreat chairman. Fire damages Utility room the l. L. Ingram Home at 1218 Devonshire ave. Had minor damage thursday when a fire broke out in the Utility room firemen said that it appeared Vapours from gasoline stored in the room were ignited from a Gas fired hot water Heater about 9 16 hog producers in Alabama grossed $74 million in 1972, up $20 million from 1971. Our purpose to serve you Well with respect w a 71 handle detail make All arrangement in Triet compliance with the family a every reputation ii flaked upon concern for All. Haizlip funeral Home. Inc. Phone 882-4131 206 fourth Street High Point in Church Street a Thomasville i a celebrity Cooks born free a Quot Gary Collins i miss italian food in Kenya Quot a we have had some very Good african food Here in Kenya hut for the most part we have european Cook Trig. I miss italian food particularly because i love to to actor Gary Collins is on location in Kenya filming his new series for Abc to Quot born free.1�?T when he left the u.s., he took along his wife Mary Ann Mobley miss America in 1959, and his appetite. An Amateur Cook he shares two of his favorite recipes this week with family weekly a Zosso Bucoy a it starts with veal Shanks and ends in a dutch oven As a Complete meal and Quot spinach salad supreme a he makes it almost every night. You can try them yourself Fiji 4 in your copy of the High Point Enterprise keep those classified ads running every Day. They re paying off a sales climb faster for the Forward looking firms that take advantage of this fact classified advertising is the Only current advertising that goes directly to people who already want to buy. Your sales message in the classified Section of this newspaper is voluntarily sought out by people who have decided to buy and Are now Reading the ads to decide where to buy. Done to miss out on this read made business. Call the number below for an experienced account representative who quickly shows you How easy and inexpensive it is to boost your business with a carefully planned program of classified advertising. Enterprise want ads 885-2177 to a 4

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