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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday september 30, 1976 deaths and funerals mrs. Minnie Suitt Hillsborough a mrs. Minnie Lloyd Suitt of Orange Grove Road died wednesday in Yancey rest Home. She was a retired school teacher and a member of Cane Creek Baptist Church. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Verna Mcdermott of High Point mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hall of Durham and mrs. Billie Wellons of Nashville Tenn. A brother Andrew Lloyd of Hillsborough a sister mrs. Alma Swicegood of Charlotte and eight grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 3 . At Cane Creek Baptist Church by the Rev. Mike Goudelock and the Kev. James Bousman. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at Walker funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold Davis member preferred Funell oif port International since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 Mernen by j nation Ai Sec Ted Quot ohioans thursday Walter Scott Reagan i . Of English Road Baptist Church thursday Oscar Harold Doggett 3pm first Baptist Church 102 Chestnut or High Point 885-5045 206 Erindale rd., Archdale 431-9124 thursday or. John w. Bud Herndon 2 pm Fairview United methodist Church Trinity priday or. Robert a. Proctor 2pm Highland Baptist Church incomplete or. R. J. Hunt Proctor rites set Friday Robert Alexander Proctor 88, of 244 Proctor St. Died wednesday at to a m. In High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health six years and in critical condition one month. Or. Proctor was born in Rock Hill s c., june 15,1888. A son of Robert and Fannie. Proctor he was a resident of the High Point area 48 years and was a member of Highland Baptist Church and the sunday school. Until his retirement in 1953. He was an employee of Pickett Cotton Mills for 28 years. He was first married to Bessie Walters. She preceded him in death. In 1927. He married Mamie Swink. She survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are four daughters mrs. James Ruth Jones and mrs. James Mabel Cathy both of Charlotte mrs. Clayton Ruby Carroll of route 4 and mrs. Harold Edith Venable of Greer so. Four sons. Carl and Everette Proctor both of Concord j. P. Proctor of Charlotte and Bobby Wayne Proctor of Tampa Fla. 26 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at 2 . In Highland Baptist Church by the Rev. Keith Letterman the Rev. Bobby meters and the Rev. Harold g. Venable burial will be in Salisbury memorial Park cemetery in Salisbury. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary Chestnut drive until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Pearlie Liles Pearlie Liles 76, of Norfolk va., died sunday evening it a Norfolk Hospital. He was a native of Anson county a son of the late Hattie Liles Biddle and Jimmy Biddle. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Bertha Liles of Norfolk. A. One daughter Jeanette Liles rorie of Trinity three Sisters. Lela Melton Viola Robertson and Eva Kersey All of Morven two Brothers Tom Biddie of Wadesboro and Jasper Biddle of new York nine grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Funeral will be sunday at 2 30 . At Galilee methodist Church in Morven. The body is at Levitt funeral Home in Wadesboro. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mortuary member the order of Rue Golden mrs. Jane Croom Asheboro a funeral for mrs. Jane Page Walker Croom was to be today at la a m. At Central United methodist Church by the Rev Howard Allred burial will be in City cemetery. Mrs Croom. 53, of 625 w. Kivett St. Died tuesday in memorial Mission Hospital in Asheville. A Famey Barbecue Quot one for the Money Quot Quot two for the taste Quot Quot three to get \ a ready and no time to waste Quot no Don t waste time looking for a place to eat. We have the Best Barbecue hush puppies Cole Slaw peach Cobber in High Point s. Main and s. Elm hours. 11 00 a.m.-8 00 . Stamey s Barbecue ? 908 s. Main High Point 885-5625 mrs. Gruzdis is dead at 66 Thomasville mrs. Mary Cornea Cox Gruzdis. 66, of 208 Kinney ave. Died wednesday at 2 15 . In Gregson Home in Trinity following several years of declining health. She was born in Raeford june 7, 1910, a daughter of or. And mrs. Bennett Lee Cox. She was a resident of Thomasville since 1940, a member of memorial United methodist Church and a member of the literary department of the Thomasville woman a club. In oct. 14, 1938, she married Jimmy v. Gruzdis. He survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are one son James v. Gruzdis of Denver Colo. And three Sisters mrs. Archie Lillie Barnes of Carthage. Mrs. Allen Vera Schaeffer of Delanco . And mrs. Rosa Nell Presson of Monroe. Funeral will be Friday at 2 . In memorial United methodist Church by or. H. Claude Youngjr. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the Home and at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials be directed to memorial United methodist Turch. W. J. Ballard Kernersville Wade Jerries Ballard 73, of North main Street died wednesday in Forsyth memorial Hospital in Weston Salem. He was a retired employee of Adams Millis corp. Surviving Are a brother Odell Ballard of Kernersville and two Sisters. Mrs. William Hollie Southard of it. 3, Stokesdale and mrs. Hen Davis of Kernersville. Funeral will be at 2 30 . Friday at Kernersville a trends meeting House by Myron Leonard. Burial will be in mount Gur cemetery. The family will be at Pierce funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Death claims r. J. Hunt r. J. Hunt 48, of 4213 s. Main St. Died wednesday at 10 30 . In . Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. He had been in declining health to years and in critical condition 14 Days. Or. Hunt was born in Davidson county dec. 31, 1927, a son of Charlie and Renia Grubb Hunt. He was a resident of the High Point area most of his life and was a retired employee of Globe furniture . He was a member of White Hall friends meeting in Asheboro. On aug. I 1948, he married miss Velma Allred. She survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two sons Randall j. Hunt of 704 Wise St. And Cletus Lee Hunt of Carr Street two daughters mrs. Larry Katherine Freeman of Osborne Street and mrs. Marvin Joseph Lorraine Bruns or. Of route 3 six grandchildren one brother Jack Hunt of High Point and two Sisters mrs Ernest Corrina Campbell and mrs. Joe Edith Hensley both of High Point. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary Chestnut drive pending completion of funeral arrangements. The family will be at the funeral Home Friday night 7 to 9. Mrs. George Billue mrs. Roxie Donald Brooks Billue 76, of Syracuse ., died monday in the state University Hospital in Syracuse following a Long illness. Mrs. Billue was born in Greensboro nov. 21, 1899, and had lived in Stokesdale before moving to Syracuse several years ago. She was first married to William Brooks. He preceded her in death. She later married George Billue who survives. Surviving in addition to her husband Are six sons Cody Walter Ellis Avery Robert and Joseph Brooks ail of Syracuse Six daughters mrs. Mary Francis Gunn mrs. Odessa Campbell mrs. Clara Thompson mrs. Darlene Smith miss Pauline Brooks and mrs. Yvonne Thompson All of Syracuse 30 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Funeral will be saturday at 2 . At Lowers memorial holiness Church Bethel Community by the Rev. Mrs. Nellie Frazier. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church one hour before the service. The family will be at the funeral Chapel Friday night 7 30 to 8 30 and at the Home of or. And mrs. Cornelius Manns 4771 Plata drive Winston Salem. Mrs. Callie Gray mrs. Caille Gray 69, of 3413 Burkeley ave. In Cleveland Heights Ohio a former resident of High Point died monday at 11 30 a m. In Lakeside Hospital Cleveland mrs. Gray was born in Saluda s c., a daughter of the late James and Susie Butler Padgett. She had lived in High Point and Washington dc., prior to moving to Cleveland. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Geneva Headen of 708 Willis ave. And mrs. Louise Cody of the Home and seven grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Funeral will be saturday at to 30 a m. At Watson funeral Chapel at 10913 Superior ave., Cleveland Ohio. Burial will be in a Cleveland cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Chapel Friday night 7 until 8 and at the Home 3413 Burkeley ave. Young burglars lose foot race Archdale seventy four year old Otho Wilson of it. 3, Trinity convinced five juveniles wednesday the years have not slowed him Down. Deputies said Wilson was talking on the Telephone wednesday afternoon when someone Cut a window screen and started to enter his House. The intruders saw Wilson and quickly fled the scene with him in hot Pursuit. Deputies reported when they arrived on the scene Wilson was holding All five juveniles for them. However the officers said Wilson decided not to press charges so the youths were turned Over to parents or juvenile fraud from Page id read the Enterprise classifieds paid out. He said Guilford county has tightened the assistance Side of the Enfer gency Aid plan but has left the medical assistance Side a open when Campbell asked if a there is some Way to put a handle a on spending officials said efforts Are underway to improve control. The policy As revised reduces the number of times Aid can be Given each year and tightens residency requirements. It also requires Heads of families with children and individuals without families to show they Are actively seeking employment in order to get help a second month. Funeral service starting at $545.00 phone 431-1119 Orrell s funeral Home color to Sale new 1977 models Philco 19&Quot a ii solid state Doss Tod color c2905 solid state in line tube 369 95 All t. special Price English radio amp . 1341 n. Main factory service 883-1060 television schedule captains is Superb entertainment los Angeles apr there Are nights you a like to throttle network executives for putting two great shows on at the same time. Tonight is such a night for executive throttling at Abc and Abc at 9 Edt Abc starts its a Best Sellers series with a Superb two hour chapter of a captains and the the novel about a poor Irish lad s Rise to Power and Money in 19th Century America at 9 30 Abc starts its new. Very funny. A Nancy Walker show with miss Walker As a Hollywood Talent agent whose personal portfolio includes a 29-year marriage to a Navy Captain William Daniels. I d reluctantly say pass up the Walker opening because a the premiere of no a epic is so Good a and sets the stage so Well for the next episode a it should be seen in its entirety. A you la be Able to watch Abc s a a Walker a the next four weeks because a a captains will run Only an hour then starting at to Edt. Tonight s a a captains is set Between 1857 and the Start of the civil War. The hero a sort of a is Joseph Armagh an Irish youth of intelligence a Strong will and considerable self Confidence. In a later episode Well see his ambition and that of his son make the latter the first Catholic president of the United states please no Kennedy comparisons on company time. Tonight s opener covers Only his formative years starting with his illegal entry into new York with his brother and sister after he promises his dying Mother hell keep the family together. Impoverished barely in his teens he takes the youngsters to Philadelphia in search of their father who has led them to believe he s struck it Rich in America not so the father has died a poor Man s death. And Joseph is temporarily forced to put the kids in a Catholic orphanage in Pennsylvania while he sets out to make his Way in the world. This sounds like the Start of a Horatio of Alger Story a and it basically is a but the Story is exceedingly Well told full of robust Well defined characters who show up during Armagh a transition from penniless immigrant to apprentice Mogul in Pennsylvania. 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