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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina In mfg i Point Enterprise tuesday sept. 26, 1972 deaths amp funerals Henry c. Kearns w. A. Anderson Dies in Florida Dies in Shelby e. L. Harris Henry Clay Keams jr., 79. Member of a prominent High Point family and Active in furniture sales for Many years died monday at Florida Hospital in Orlando. Fla., following a Long illness. He had retired 15 years ago and made his Home since that time in Orlando. Or. Kearns was born in Guilford county his father h. Kearns having been one of the Pioneer furniture manufacturers of the South. His Mother was the former Jane Harriss. Or. Keams attended Guilford College and Duke University. He represented the Keams furniture company and other nationally known furniture manufacturers some 37 years in several of the Eastern Seaboard states making his Home in Washington. Dc., and later in Burnt Mills Hills. My. He was a member of the sixth presbyterian Church Washington president of the Board of trustees and later treasurer of the Church. He was Active in the plans for the addition of a Chapel for this Church and in memory of his parents gave the pews for it. He retired in 1957 and soon afterwards he and mrs. Keams moved to Orlando where they Are members of the first United methodist Church of Winter Park. He was a Mason and member of Anacostia Lodge no. 21 in Washington d. In 1916 or. Kearns was married to the former Julia Laura Mclean Sinclair daughter of the late col. Peter j. Sinclair and mrs. Sinclair of Marion n. He was the last member of his generation and is survived by his wife Ani by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held in the Chapel of Carey hand funeral Home in Orlando probably on wednesday the family has requested that memorials be directed to the building fund of first United methodist Church of Winter Park fla., rather than to the funeral. William a. Cowboy Anderson of 1309 Hampshire court died Early today in Cleveland memorial Hospital in Shelby. He had Bene hospitalized since suffering a heart attack several Days ago. Or. Anderson was Well known in furniture sales and was an Active Leader in retail furniture sales associations. He was a member of St. Christophers episcopal Church. No information was available late this morning As to funeral arrangements. Mrs. W. H. Wilson Jonesville mrs. Lillie Mathis Wilson 76, of 227 Cedarbrook rd., widow of w. H. Wilson died sunday night at Cone memorial Hospital in Greensboro. Mrs. Wilson was born in Yadkin county a daughter of William and Charity Simmons Weatherman. She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Charles Jones of Jonesville mrs. Banks Totton of High Point mrs. Graham Vanhoy of Cycle and mrs. Michael Wagoner of Greensboro two sons l. Paul Mathis of Boonville a correspondent for the Winston Salem journal and j. F. Mathis of it. I Jonesville three stepdaughters mrs. Turner Carter and mrs. Evelyn Mayberry both of Elkin and mrs. Katherine Mabry of Jonesville a sister mrs. Vallie Longworth of Roanoke a. And a brother the Rev. Johnny Weatherman of mount airy. The body is at Warren Miller funeral Home at Elkin funeral will be held at 3 p. In wednesday at Bethel Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Candor a Edwin l. Harris 87, retired Farmer businessman and Montgomery county native honoured As the Cotton ginner of 1972, died monday at St. Josephus Hospital Southern Pines. Or. Harris worked As a Cotton ginner and ran a retail store the e. L. Harris grocery for several years. He was a Leader in the local democratic party and was honoured Early this year by the Cotton winners association As the Cotton ginner of the year. He was a member of Candor United methodist Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Stella Ray Harris two sons Gene Harris of Candor and William p. Harris of High Point six daughters mrs. Mack Chappell mrs. Becky Williams and mrs. Josephine Reid All of Candor mrs. Ann Batten of Winston Salem mrs. Ruby Mckenzie of Pinehurst and mrs. Edna Kearns of Troy and two Brothers Gen. Charles Harris . Army ret of Washington and or. Joseph p. Harris of Berkeley Calif. Funeral will be held at la a. In. Wednesday at Candor United methodist Church. The body is at Candor funeral Home and the family will be at the Home. W. Kidd Ramseur a Charles win Ford Kidd 59, of it. I Franklinville died monday in Randolph Hospital in Asheboro. Or. Kidd was owner and operator of Kidd Mill and store near Gray a Chapel Community. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Nora Routh Kidd a daughter mrs. Max d. Hinshaw of it. I Climax a son James w. Kidd of it. I Franklinville his parents the Rev. And mrs. John c. Kidd of Bennett five Sisters mrs. Ann Bouldin of Bennett mrs. V. W. Green of Aberdeen mrs. Winford Shelton of High Point mrs. Thomas Hancock of Bear Creek and mrs. Julian Maness of Robbins and three Brothers Lewis and Henry Kidd both of Bennett and Norman Kidd of Coleridge. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday at Loflin funeral Home Chapel in Ramseur. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Cora Foreman Lexington mrs. Cora b. Foreman 78, of 103 Mendota ave. Died monday in Lexington memorial Hospital. Mrs. Foreman was a native of Davidson county and a retired employee of Dixie furniture co. She was a member of Becky a lutheran Church. Survivors Are four daughters mrs. Faye Leonard of Lexington mrs. John Snyder of route 3, mrs. Melvin Garner of route 3, Dillon s. C., and mrs. Richard Comer of Lexington a sister mrs. Nannie Smith of Lexington and a brother John Beck of Lexington. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at la a. In. Wednesday at Becks lutheran Church. Cases involving shooting incidents bring sentences Burnis Turner Burnis Turner 67, of 709 mint St. Died sunday at 7 05 pm. In High Point memorial Hospital following two years of declining health and hospitalization of six Days. He was born March to 1905. In Marlboro county s. C., and had been a resident of High Point for 25 years. He was a retired employee of Continental furniture co. And a member of first Emmanuel Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife mrs. Annie Edwards Turner of the Home two daughters. Mrs. Ortia Mae Mcqueen and mrs. Lela Brown both of Bennettsville s. One son James Taylor of new York 16 grandchildren one brother Boyd Turner of High Point and two Stepsons David Edwards of High Point and James Mckever of Bennettsville s. Funeral will be held thursday at 3 . At Shiloh methodist Church in Bennettsville s. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home and the family will be there wednesday from 7 to 9 . A Eulogy will be conducted at 8 . By the Rev. D. D. Mason. The funeral procession will leave thursday at 12 noon for Bennettsville s. Mrs. M. Cooper Greensboro mrs m c. Cooper 78, Mother of mrs. William j. White of 1606 West Ridge Road died monday in holy redeemer Hospital in Bucks county where she moved from Pittsboro about two years ago. Mrs. Cooper was a member of the Pittsboro Baptist Church other survivors Are two daughters. Mrs. James j. Barr with whom she made her Home and mrs. Frank Faircloth of High Point and a son w. M. Cooper of Pittsboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is being sent to Griffin funeral Home in Pittsboro. Robert Dye or. Robert june Dye jr., 45, of 261 Cornelion ave., Brooklyn ny., died last wednesday morning in Brooklyn. He was born june 30. 1927. In Kings Mountain a son of the late Robert Dye or. And Inez Mckinney Dye. He had been a resident of Brooklyn for the past 15 years. Survivors include his wife mrs. Inez Dye of Brooklyn n y. One son Darrell l. Dye one daughter. Miss Linda Dye both of Brooklyn three grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Wilma Black and mrs. Leona Wilson both of High Point and three Brothers. Warren Dewey l. And James s. Dye All of High Point funeral was to be held today at 3 . At the Chapel of the Moore funeral Home by the Rev. F. O. Bass. Burial was to be in the Greenhill cemetery. J. E. Michael or. Lexington James e. Michael sr., 48, of Hillside drive died monday at Baptist Hospital. Winston Salem. Or. Michael was a native of Davidson county and was a retired employee of Hennis freight lines. He was a member of St. Andrews United Church of Christ. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Mary Grubb Michael a son James Michael or. Of the Home and two Brothers. Glenn Michael of route 5, and Vernon Michael of Winston Salem. Funeral will be held at 2 wednesday at Davidson i funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Bethel cemetery in the Tyro Community. Mrs. Carrie Stone Greensboro mrs. Carrie Pinnix Stone a former resident of country club apartments and retired teacher for the Greensboro Public schools died monday at Greensboro nursing Center. A native of Kernersville mrs. Stone had lived in Greensboro 45 years. She was a member of the american federation of retired persons and a past member of the United daughters of the confederacy. Survivors Are a daughter. Mrs. Fred g. Eichhorn of 910 Dover Road where the family will be staying and three Sisters mrs. R. Morris mrs. Gilmer Smith and mrs. Clay Ross All of Kernersville. Funeral was to be held at 3 p. In. Today at West Market Street United methodist Church Chapel. Burial was to be in mount Gur cemetery in Kernersville. G. W. Cooper Graham George w. Cooper 43, of route 2, died monday in a Burlington Hospital after a year of failing health. Or. Cooper a native of Moore county was an employee of Western electric co. And a member of Piney Woods Baptist Church in Moore county. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Ruth Coe Cooper a daughter mrs. Patti Glosson of Sumter s. Two sons Wayne Cooper of Sumter s. C., and James Cooper of it. 2, Graham three Sisters mrs. L. E. Adkins and mrs. W. H. Eely both of Sanford and mrs. Claude Williams of Lexington and three Brothers. Tom Cooper and Bill Cooper both of Sanford and Wade Cooper of it. 3, Graham. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In wednesday at Mcclure funeral Home in Graham. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Dock l. Woodard Thomasville a funeral for Dock Lee Woodard 87, of Thomasville will be held wednesday Yat 2 . At j. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. Blaine Possinger and the Rev. Vernon Riggins. Burial will be in Fairgrove United methodist Church cemetery. The family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs. Boyd Kindley. 604 Sullivan St., and at the funeral Home tuesday from 7 until 9 . Or. Woodard died sunday at Liberty House nursing Home where he had been a patient for one year w. J. Alexander or Asheboro William Joseph Alexander sr., 84, of Seagrove died sunday night in lambs nursing Home in High Point where he had been a patient for two years. He was a retired Farmer and Randolph county native. He attended Union Grove Baptist Church. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Marjorie York of Staley and mrs. Etna Mcneill of Seagrove two sons Jack Alexander of Denton and William j. Alexanderjr. Of route 4 and a sister miss Augusta Alexander of High Point. Funeral was to be held at 4 p. In. Today at Union Grove Baptist Church. Lewallen infant Betty sue Lewallen infant daughter of Carl and Mary Gramling Lewallen of 905 Newlin place died at birth monday evening in High Point memorial Hospital. Surviving in addition to her parents Are three Brothers David Paul and f r a n k Lewallen All of the Home paternal grandparents or. J and mrs. Frank Lewallen of 1214 Asheboro St. And maternal grandmother mrs. Helen Gramling of Redding a. Graveside services were to be held today at 4 . At Guilford memorial Park by the Rev. W. Paul Sparks. Julian Brady Ramseur funeral for c. Julian Brady of Ramseur. Randolph county Coroner will be held at 3 p. In. Wednesday at Ridge Mcdowell funeral Chapel in Asheboro. Burial will be in Sunset knolls cemetery in Ramseur. Or. Brady died monday at his Home from an apparent heart attack. Commercial Loans factoring All types of commercial loons a accounts receivable a inventory a equipment a factoring is business credit inc. 600 North Hamilton Street High Point North Carolina 27260 phone 919883-6116 second mortgage Loans folks lust naturally flock to Luis when they it hungry tor Roost Btl and it s no wonder Luis Roost Boti is o tradition it s the finest Choice Btty slow cooked on our own rotisserie so Tho the juices Stoy m. Where they belong. 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Superior mortgage company a subsidiary of a cab corporation 124 Linden St., High Point 919 882-0517 18 w mom St., Thomas Iho 919 475-191 9 514 n mom St. Lexington 7q4 i 246-6757 4-4 a by Ven Carver Enterprise staff writer Lexington two cases concerned with separate shooting incidents were prosecuted monday in Davidson county Superior court with one of the suits involving a charge against a Thomasville Man. Albertis Pugh of James Avenue Thomasville pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter for killing William Dotts and wounding Mary Gamble both also of Thomasville. The defendant was sentenced by judge Thomas Seay o f Spencer to 15 years imprisonment. According to testimony from witnesses including Pugh himself the shooting incident resulted from an affray at a party on Highland Avenue july 22. An argument Over a girl apparently flared up Between Dotts and Pugh. Pugh reportedly was attacked by Dotts and four others. When the defendant fled the House by his own testimony he went to a nearby residence to borrow a Shotgun. The shooting occurred a few moments later when Pugh and Dotts w1?re both outside. Testimony revealed that Dotts or Mary Gamble fired first and that the slaying occurred when Pugh returned the fire. The woman also reportedly had a weapon defense attorney Charles Mills attempted to establish Chestnut drive at Brood a. Phone 885-5045 self defense noting that the defendant had probably been drinking had been assaulted had been a steady worker and had a clean record Over the past few years. But in the Case for the prosecution solicitor h. W. Zimmerman emphasized that no other weapon besides Pugh a had been found and that no witnesses to the shooting were available. After hearing testimony on the other shooting which occurred june 25, judge Seay sentenced Connie Lee Mickle 17, of Lexington to to years in prison. Mickle had also pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter. Testimony revealed that the incident occurred after Charles Miller the Man who ih97 i<>72 Sechrest service 1301 e Lex ton ave 88? 2555 or 885 2145 a t�ylt8flo� / or 094i i sunny Moat urn died had attacked Mickle s Mother mrs. Geneva Miller. Mrs. Miller and Charles Miller Are unrelated but they both occupied the same Lexington residence. Mickle reportedly fetched a Shotgun from his room and threatened Miller with weapon was discharged according to testimony unarmed. Miller was struck near the heart. How quickly time passes we can hardly believe we have been Here in this same spot Over thirty four years. That s our reason for saying Nash saves you Cash on diamonds watches jewelry Luggage radios record players Etc. Either new or unredeemed. A Small Deposit will hold anything in the House on our very easy layaway plan. Remember Quot Nash saves you Cash tuesday mrs. Maud Vickrey Futrelle j . Jamestown United methodist Church Nash jewelry amp loan co. % 127 n. Main St. Revival services a amp by mortuary member of the order of the Golden Rule i Quot our family serving your. Quot tuesday mrs. Dora j. Andrews 3 pm. Cumby Chebel tuesday Betty sue Lewallen 4 pm. Graves a service Guilford memorial parti cemetery w Zim in i six ii sept. 25-oct. I 7 30 . Evangelist or. Robert i. H Illy will be the guest speaker or none is h drome Allen Jay Baptist Church i too e. Fairfield or. High Point . Nurse Avii Lihle High on the list of factors contributing to the family s peace of mind is a natural final impression. As Golden Rule funeral directors we Are sincerely interested in anything that Odds to the family s Comfort and we perform the professional portion of our service with the utmost respect and unmatched still so of to achieve the finest possible results. Our family serving your family Quot cum a mortuary ��<4fhjlwlj. A up a a j a Usaj let Chestnut drive at Broad Avenue

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