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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday september 30, 1174 deaths and funerals Isley funeral set tuesday police report from Page in said a note written in Pencil Brannon. 18, of fun. I Kerner c. H. Jennings Dies at 64 Charles Henry Jennings. 04. Of 640 Hedgecock re. Died at 1 50 . Sunday in North Carolina Baptist Hospital Winston Salem where he had been a patient for two weeks. He had been in declining health tor seven months. Or. Jennings was born july 31, 1910, in Gloucester county va., a son of George Daniel and Sara Alice Nye Jennings he was a resident of High Point for 50 years coming Here from Virginia he was a grading contractor with Smith and Jennings. Inc. He was a member of High Point chamber of Commerce and was of the methodist Faith. Surviving Are two Sisters. Mrs William a. Brown of Richmond. Va., and mrs. James l. Baker of Sandston. A the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 the body will be sent tuesday morning to the Bridges funeral Home. Gloucester va., where funeral and burial will be held death claims o. L. Shipman Oswald Lee Shipman. 73. Of it. I Kernersville died today at 8 a in. In High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health six years and in critical condition since thursday. Or. Shipman was born nov. 3, 1900. In Canton and had been a resident of the High Point area since 1947. He was of the Baptist Faith. On january 25, 1947, he was married to Virgie Parks who survives of the Home surviving in addition to his wife Are three daughters mrs. Lillian Blankenship and mrs Louise Lance both of Canton and miss Virginia Shipman of Asheville two sons Wade Shipman of Waynesville and Claude Shipman of la Belle. Fla. 18 grandchildren two Brothers. John Shipman of Hazelwood and Theodore Shipman of Waynesville and one sister. Mrs Cella Henderson of Canton the body remains at Cumby mortuary pending completion of funeral arrangements mrs. J. C. Stanton Ellerbe mrs. Lucille Minott Stanton. 80, died sunday. Surviving Are her husband. James c. Stanton a daughter mrs John Lentzjr. Of Ellerbe two sons j. C. Stanton or. Of Asheboro Ami William Stanton of a Tuxen River my. And a sister. Mrs. S. A. Meeker of Charleston. . Funeral will be held at 2 at episcopal Church of the Messiah in Rockingham burial will be in Ellerbe cemetery. The body is at Carter funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Yvonne Womble Thompson As miss High Point 1964 mrs. Thompson Dies in Fla. Mrs Yvonne Womble Thompson 32, of 432 Seabreeze ave., Palm Beach. Fla., died at 12 15 sunday in Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach. Fla. Mrs. Thompson was born in High Point a daughter of Earl and Charlotte Palmer Womble. She was a graduate of High Point Central High school Western Carolina University and did Post graduate work at the University of North Carolina in child psychology. In december of 1966. She was married to Joseph b. Thompson she was a member of the Board of directors of the Junior league of West Palm Beach and a member of the Sailfish club of West Palm Beach. She was miss High Point of 1964. Miss Western Carolina and miss Holiday Jubilee. She was a member of Wesley memorial United methodist Church surviving Are her husband. Joseph b. Thompson of the Home one daughter Julie Lynne Thompson of the Home. And her parents or. And mrs. Earl v. Womble of 820 Arbordale or. Funeral will be held at 3 . Tuesday in first Baptist Church of West Palm Beach. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial Park. West Palm Beach. The body is at Mizell Faville Zern South Dale Chapel West Palm Beach. The family requests that memorials be directed to the american cancer society rather than to the funeral. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. A Ullay Howard w. Isley Ipp Cumby cd pm Iscom Euck Osweld Shipman since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i. Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 Ca Uttmi by it i National to Tufto to to titans monday elder Samuel Tipton Atkinson or pm Sechre ii Chap tuesday Colon Deall Sorrell pm. Green St. Baptist Church Rev. Harry Pugh Ward pm. A Tarcil Chapt Charles Henry Jennings mrs. Rosa Owen Lexington mrs Rosa Crook Owen. 85. Of route 9. Died sunday in Golden age nursing Home. She was a Davidson county native and was a housewife. She was a member of Jersey Baptist Church. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Gilmer Brown of Linwood and mrs. Gilmer Sprinkle of it. 9, Lexington and five sons Buford d Owen of High Point. Luther e. Owen of Lexington. Willie o. Owen of it 6. Lexington and Vernon Owen of Lexington and Lewis Owen of Southmont funeral will be held at 4 tuesday at Jersey Bap fist Church by the Rev. Norris Hollifield. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the body will remain at Piedmont funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of Gilmer Sprinkle. Old Lynwood Road. Off 85 a. S. James or. Greensboro Ashley s Jimmy James sr., 68, of 2405 Sylvan re. Died sunday in Moses Cone Hospital. He was a Pitt county native and had lived Here for the past 45 years. He was employed by Younts Deboe clothing store where he was an officer and Secretary for the firm. He was a member of the civitan club and a member of West Market Street United methodist Church surviving Are hts wife. Mrs. Dorothy Bridges i James a son. Ashley James or. Of Greensboro four Brothers Elmer James of High Point w r James of Charlotte. Gerald James of Lenoir and Russell James of Bethel and three Sisters mrs. Mark Owens of Fountain and mrs. Lillie Manning and mrs. Catherine House both of Bethel memorials May be made to the heart fund. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at West Market Street United methodist Church by the Rev Earl Gibson and or Harley Williams. Burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery the family will be at the Home of the son 4714 Kings Wood or. Howard Walker Isley 56, of 1028-b Grace St. Died in High Point memorial Hospital sunday at 7 15 . He had been in declining health for the past seven months. He was born March 13, 1918, in Alamance county a son of John Richard and Lizzie Bryan Isley and had been a resident of the High pint area for two years. Or. Isley was employed As an overseer with the prelude corp. And was a member of the mount Hope United Church of Christ in Whitsett. He was married to mrs. Lottie Foster who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two daughters. Mrs. Betty Hobbs of Greensboro and mrs Phylis Ann Clapp of it. I. Julian one stepdaughter. Mrs Jean Ayers of Charlotte and one Stepson Gary Foster of Charlotte two grandchildren nine step grandchildren. Two Brothers. J. R. And Max Isley. Both of Burlington and two Sisters. Mrs. Una Mahan and mrs Louise win Sham both of Burlington. Funeral will be held tuesday at 2 . At Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Lary g Diehl. Burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the services. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. P. E. Whitaker Liberty Paul e. Whitaker 38, of it. I Climax died at his Home saturday. He was a Farmer and a member of red Cross Baptist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Peggy Kirkman Whitaker two daughters. Paula and Patty Whitaker of the Home two sons Jeffery and Andy Whitaker both of the Home his father Sam a. Whitaker of it. I Climax three Sisters. Mrs. Bob i Kivett of Asheboro mrs. J. J r. Smith of Sophia and mrs. Matthew Craven of Randleman and five a Brothers. James Whitaker of Richmond. Va., Gilbert Whitaker of mount airy Harry Whitaker of. Randleman and Bill and Vernon Whitaker both of it. I. Climax funeral will be held at 2 tuesday at red Cross Baptist Church by the Rev. David Ward the Rev. Roy Hoover and the Rev Bill Hacker burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Loflin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 e. J. Bean Dies at 76 Ernest Jay bean 76, of 120 w. Willis St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital sunday night. He was born in Davidson county july 13,1898, a son of James Joshua and Rosita Snyder bean. He was a retired Mirror polisher having been employed for Many years by the Logan Porter Mirror co. And other Mirror companies in the area. He was an army Veteran of world War i. His Only survivors Are nieces and nephews. The body remains at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home pending the completion of funeral arrangements. Frank m. Smith Frank m Smith of Herbert Street was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital Friday morning. Or. Smith had lived in High Point for a number of years and was a former employee of Hayworth Roll is panel co. Funeral was to be held today at the Piney Grove holiness Church in Wadesboro. The Rev. H. P. Ward the Rev. Harry Pugh Ward. 40, of Barboursville va., died suddenly at 7 . Saturday in Barboursville. The Rev. Or. Ward was born March 23, 1934, in Thomasville a son of John and Kathleen Pugh Ward. He graduated from Fruitland Bible Baptist Institute and Southern Baptist theological Seminary Louisville by. He was a former pastor and organized the Lake Park Baptist Church. Sophia. He was a Veteran of the korean War for the past five years he had been pastor of the Barboursville Baptist Church he was president of the Orange county ministers association a member of the Barboursville Puritan club and chaplain of the Barboursville fire dept. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Sue Colleen Gill Ward one brother James Lewis Ward of re i. Sophia. Funeral will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. B. W. Clapp and Rev. Elwood Faircloth. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body was expected to arrive at noon today from Barboursville. The family will be at the Home of a brother. James l. Ward of it. I Clover drive Sophia and at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. Was left on the front of the building threatening to bomb it. Mrs. J. W. Camps of Stonybrook drive said a tape player Worth $75 was stolen from her car parked on Leonard Street and Bennie Clinton of Camden Avenue said a $25 Battery was taken from his car while it was parked on Olga Street. Police said today that a warrant had been issued charging James Nealy of Thomasville with assault with a deadly weapon against Leonard Dean Macon. Macon was wounded in the Chest in a shooting incident sept. 19 in the parking lot outside the Cove at five Points. He has since been removed from the intensive care unit at High Point memorial where he was listed today As satisfactory. Vandals broke three Large windows at Southland Supply co. On Greensboro Road causing Over $600 damage. Several windows were broken by vandals at Jiffy lunch on to Grimes Avenue where damage was estimated at $50. Arrests Over the weekend included Donald Keith Beverly 19, of Westchester drive charged with Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana Donald Lee Kidd. 18, of Venable court breaking into a motor vehicle James Edward Seville larceny Douglas Langdon Cheves 18, of Wiltshire drive Drunken driving and Lawrence Williams 35. Of Smith Street and Roger Dale Sexton. 28. Of Guilford Avenue both charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Betty Lou Hargrave. 24, of Redding Street was charged with failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident leaving the scene of an Accident and assault and Battery. Stanley Jerome Hargrave 23, of Dunbar Street was charged with leaving the scene of an Accident and failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident. Woman held in shooting of husband Fayetteville a a Cumberland county woman was held without Bond today in the shooting death of her husband. Nineteen year old Patricia Ann Owens was charged with murder sunday shortly after her husband. Willie Junior Owens 38. Was shot to death with a 22-caliber weapon. The shooting occurred at the Owens Home outside Fayetteville. A hearing for mrs. Owens is scheduled for nov. 7. 3 fire Calls Are reported City firefighters were called out today shortly after to . To investigate an odor of smoke at the High Point furniture outlet at 138 s. Main St. Trucks remained at the scene for about 30 minutes but the fire was not believed serious. There was a Call at 7 29 . Sunday to Wash Down Oil that had spilled when a truck overturned on 1-85 at s. Main Street. Firefighters said they stood by until the truck had been set Back on its wheels. The Only other Call sunday came at 6 17 . When a Burner on a stove was left on and a nested a control switch. The minor incident was at s07v5 Whiteoak St. Elliott gets state award Asheboro a George Elliott Randolph county health administrator and supervising sanitarian has been named Quot state sanitarian of the year a by the sanitation Section of the North Carolina Public health Assn. The award was presented thursday afternoon at the annual association meeting held in Charlotte. By Kos infant Lexington Donald Wayne Hirton infant son of Wayne and Bertha Mccombs Burton of route 5, died sunday in Lexington memorial Hospital. Surviving Are a brother. Edward Eugene Burton of the Home his grandmother. Mrs Vangie Mccombs of Lexington and grandparents or. And mrs. Henry Burton of it. 3 Lexington graveside service was to be held at la a in today at Lexington City cemetery. Mrs Lola Blake West end mrs Uola Kelly Blake. 93. Of route i died saturday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst. She was a member of Benjamin presbyterian Church. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Fonnie Harris of it. I Carthage mrs Lous Smith of i. I West end. And mrs. Leona Ingold of Julian four sons i Ock h Blake of Asheboro Robert Blake of of. I West end Linnet Blake of by. I Raeford and Kelly Blake of it. I Aberdeen and a brother lock a Kelly of Rockingham funeral was to be held at 4 . Today at Bensalem presbyterian Church by the Rev. Dawes Graybeal. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. Your precious old photographs copied and restored a no Mon about 09# a it fond 1 lion a i add print factored background a mod in to Ona color collate a >1 Opo Tofi a a a ate accent of ffinii0fjjtji College Village 883 6526 october special drum Brake overhaul. Cj.95 %mwt$20 off All Fords Chevy Plymouth and american made compacts with drum Drakes. Regular Price for All other american made cars. Iii Quot m in a hit Alii offers end october 31. Well install our 30,000-mile guaranteed Brake linings. Resurface All Brake Drums and rebuild whee cylinders. Bleed and refill Hydraulic system. Lubricate front wheel bearings. Road test car. Exxon car care Center Brake lining guarantee Bil ining due pro Matoi ted Bye Ion company u s a a Monon off in corporation of guaranteed to in original punch or Agar i Anuran of to defect ii a at a i i and Workman amp Ana flu to layout tor 30 too out or to Mon in com fwd to. Or Bra Outing dec peat bold and installed by of same department Wear out of Tail within the specified period a will furnish f a see Man t Brake outings peas it no eat a charge installation Cost will a charge after the first to Days or 4,000 in Las. Which comas Tush guaranty Tao a vehicle is used tor commercial competitive or racing purposes. This guaranty wit a honoured at any official 6�on operated cat car Cantar. 30 months or >0,000 Milis old fashioned service value. Here s what we do a change motor Oil up to 5 qts. Exxon plus included a replace Oil filter. A lubricate Chassis a Check transmission fluid level. A Check Power steering fluid level. A Check differential fluid. A Check Brake fluid level. Only a a f Phi lube fittings and fluid if needed save now on Atlas Shock absorbers. Atlas regular duty a sch in pairs plus installation regularly is 95 Bach a guaranteed 15.000 Miles or 12 months whichever comes first. Atlas heavy duty each in pairs plus installation regularly Sio 95 each a guaranteed for As Long As you own your car. Front end alignment special. A Uvil regularly $1195 Poplus parts if needed. Most american made cars add $2 each for air conditioning and torsion bars. Helps Correct a common cause of front end parts Wear and Road wander. Helps prevent rapid tire Wear due to misalignment. Alignment service metalled Aram i Shock absorber guarantee and of Croitor and heavy duty Aback ebb a Rbert a Sun company us ii of Ilion corporation a Guarani Aad Tath original purr Haver Gantt do. 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