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Statesville Record and Landmark (Newspaper) - November 30, 1966, Statesville, North Carolina
November 1966 death victim Daniel of route j died at i today in Alexander county hos Pital after eight months of de Clining health and three weeks serious he was a retired i a ploy o Schneider a native o Cleveland he was born june a son of the Laic Chester Phil Heck and Leona Mckin Ney he was first mar ried to who preceded him in he was later married to the former who also surviving Are Jolly of Canete Howie of Doris Chap Man and Joyce 1oth of Stanley a Billy Frank d Dallas of car George Philbeck of Lorron Philbeck o k of jul Philbeck Dallas lao Bem Lah Nance of Iron station and mrs Lola Lilart and i the finer us service will be held at 2 Friday at three Forks Baptist Church in Alex Ander where he was a Dean Dillard will assisted by Guy Rogers and Herman John burial will follow in the Church the will remain at Adams funeral Home until it is taken he Church to lie in state for minutes prior to the thursday night from 7 to the family will receive friends at the fun eral Statesville record landmark Page 5a Iredell county meets Challenge of blood program with 166 pints woman held in vandalism Thclma Eleanor of remained in Iredell county jail today after she was arrested in har Mony tuesday after causing widespread Constable Glenn Campbell said the woman first appeared at his garage about 7 got out of her car and knocked Over about six or eight cases of soft drink he said the woman then re turned to her car and rammed the Side of his service Sta located on Highway knocking off a water she then backed her car across the Road and knocked Down one of Campbells Road Side the officer reported the woman then drove the Pontiac tempest East on and ran Over the Yard and several Lawn chairs at the residence of Hardin according to she then drove into Davie where her car sideswiped three cars and then she returned to Harmony where her car struck several other the woman was finally stopped when Sev eral men in the area picked the car up off the and the Battery cables were Discon leaving the car in Campbell reported the woman refused to unlock the car doors or to open a the offi cer said he forced open a Small vent and tried to reach the door but at every attempt the woman smacked his hand with a stick she had inside the Campbell summoned the assistance of Highway patrolman Hoffman and and an unidentified patrolman from Davie Campbell broke out a car window on the and grab bed the left hand of the Wom at the same the other officers broke out a win Dow on the right and grabbed her right she was removed from her placed in a patrol car and taken to Iredell me Morial Campbell re ported physicians said the Wom an was not intoxicated or under the influence of a Campbell reported during the entire incident the woman re fused to talk to Campbell noted that it was discovered this morning that the woman had apparently rolled Large spools of wire at a Bridge construction site in Turnersburg Down a and had overturned Road and apparently had carried a Road sign Back to Harmony on top of her investigation into the matter is Clarence Eller illness is fatal Clarence Filmore 345 Raleigh died at tuesday at Davis Hospital where he had been a patient for three a native of Iredell he was born april to the late Sam Eller and mar tha Cline he had worked As a machinist for Steele 6 for Many years prior to his retirement 10 years he was a member of Knox Chapel methodist Eller is survived by his Minnie Taylor Eller one Paul Beaver of Statesville six How Ard Eller of rus sell Eller of Hoyle Eller of Wilson Eler of Walter Eller of route and Clyde Eller of three Annie Belle Holtshouser of route Statesville Lula Daniels of Moores Ville and Willie Poteat of Kannapolis 14 grandchildren and nine great funeral services will be con ducted at 3 thursday at the Chapel of Bunch funeral Home by Stamey and Coy burial will follow in Iredell memorial the body will remain at the funeral Home Chapel where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 Oclock pall bearers will be Carroll Vernon Glenn Shoemaker Price Kennedy and Earl officials of the Iredell county j american red were jubilant today Over the response to yesterdays visit of j the Bloodmobile at the elks the chapter has been placed on provisional status by the blood program to see if the 125 pint quota per Bloodmobile visit i can be 184 persons reported to the Bloodmobile and 166 were accepted As Penney warehouse led the industries with 26 donors and Southern screw was second with i7 employees giving Margaret executive Secretary of the local Chap today clarified some questions which have Arisen since the provisional status was an it will not apply to those persons who have red Cross blood donor cards and will not apply to employees of firms who Are in the group participation if their quota is being if the chapter is unable to meet its it would mean Iredell have operations at out town hospitals have to take their own blood Donars unless the persons involved Are regular contributors or their companies Are included under the blood those reporting to the blood Mobile yesterday were Charles Reid har Coleman Stella Annie Lee Myra James Roy Joseph Gray Carolyn Betty Rita Walter Allen Marg Aret Joyce Julius Donald Thomas Bald Viola Andrew James Miller and James James lax ton James Bur James Charles William Billy Earl Claude Ron Ald Larry Rob Ert Zoe Rae Lucy Charles Rick Bumgard Charles Ray James David weather Jack Henry David James Loyte Jerry Ray Moose and Jessie James Paul Grady Blank Joe Roy i Gerald Harold Richiard Kim i Troy Jerry Lowell 1 Carroll Dan Jack Elmer George William Hilton Harold Linda James 1 Thomas Franklin Thomas William Ray comp Annn Lee John Leonard Robert Clarence William Walter Hoyt Clay John Roy Wilson and Carl John Henry Carl Susan Glen Lacy William child William William Raymond Alexander Jack Thad Robert Guy Glen Betty Dag Robert Amos Fred Harring Fred Max David Robert James Robert c a m p b e 1 Charles James Merritte Jack Carol Clif ton James Ronald Charles Lam Judy Charles James Donald Stephen and Gene sum mers John Thom As Evelyn Cash Carroll Larry Gaith Timothy Hoyte Ray Freddie Jerry Lee Gary Henry Katharine Bert Dwig lit Harold Leroy Claude Leroy i Richard Rob Ert Kenneth James Herman Williard Jack Karen David James Charles Roy Max Reuben Preston Virgil Peacock and local hair stylist wins grand award Doris Williams of hair Brookdale Cen won the grand Avard Tro Phy the Lamar Beauty festival in she was competing Sty lists from South Tennessee and Virginia in the event and previously won the trophy in com a shop tonight til 9 Miuki Cidot Nilai it always first Quality Miller rites set thursday record a landmark Bureau Mooresville funeral services for Lomack who died monday morning at Lowrance Hospital where he was admitted sunday after be ing will be conducted at 2 thursday in the Chapel at Morrison Bryant funeral John Mckenzie will a native of Mecklenburg coun he was born on february a son of the late Bill Miller and Rebecca Little he was an employee of the town of Moores Ville and worked in the Ceme Tery survivors include his Laura Miller a Daugh Sarah Belle Young of fort a Ste Daugh miss Eva Torrence of Mooresville and two Leon Miller of new and Joseph Miller of burial will be in the Ceme Tery at Phillips Baptist Church in Jack chairman of the budget com presented the budget which was approved by the members of the Board who Are to serve one year Are Garrett Donald Rob Ert John hard Edwin Loren Calhoun Wade Gladys Jack Leonard and Harry those who were named to serve Fotto years Are Philip Irene pm melt Kay John Gil William Eugene Omas Lin Richard Lon Nie Nichol Jimmie Ros ser and Robert Steven Cordell plans to waive hearing Highway patrolman Brown said today he has received word that Robert of Winston Salem intends to waive a preliminary hearing in county recorders court on a charge of Man i Cordell was charged with i the offence after the car he was driving struck and killed Nancy As she was i walking Home from Cool Springs school on november i the officer said Boyce i county had received j notice of the waiver from j co dells poultry Market new York up closing egg prices extra fancy heavy weight Whites Browns 47482 fancy medium Whites Browns 40241a fancy heavy weight White 46a Brown 1 medium 39 s pullets 3435 standards 45 40a checks artists to show work downtown members of the Statesville artists Guild will sponsor a downtown Art show that will open tomorrow and continue through the to be held at 123 West Broad will be open daily from 9 until 9 Guild members will con tribute paintings and watered ors and proceeds from the sold Art pieces will be used to pro Mote Art education in the Statesville death comes to Horn Bertha Bell of died her tuesday evening after being taken suddenly if while at the Holiday she was pronounced dead on arrival at Iredell memorial Hospital about a native of Wilkes Hoin had lived in Cali Fornix for several she was on a vacation at time of her survivors include her Robbie Horn three Bell of North Claude Bell of and Ter Bell of Winston akm and j three Max Soots j of John Mclelland of and Gladys Richardson of North the body was to be removed from Johnson funeral Home this afternoon to rein Sturdi vant funeral Home in North the funeral service will be conducted at 2 thursday at Ronda Baptist to burial1 will follow in the Church new Deputy Leroy Iredell county sheriff elect announced today that Johnnie of the Tomlin route har has accepted a position As Deputy Haynes is a former Salesman with the Scott company of greens clothing classified ads too late to classify aluminium insulated and fits ton pm roup Fleet Side 61 Ford 390 Auto Call newly decorated 2 bedroom House for 404 Reynolds n earliest possible Date for easter is March latest Date is april for Sale Chevrolet just 1 like Brand actual lackeys used 208 Davie for Sale or Chev Roget Impi la 2 Power Power Auto Matic Call after 5 5285181 or for Sale g old Beagle will make Good set your table in gleaming White damask choose it for thoughtful As what sets off your China and Silver As beautifully As the shimmer of a Fine Rayon and Cotton damask these Are handsomely designed in traditional Quality youll be proud to own or the a special Penney buy to bring you Beauty at most remarkable hurry in four 11 napkins six 15 napkins six 11 napkins eight 15 napkins 68 round six 15 napkins colourful Kitchen Towel handsomely boxed a very attractive Way to Check off a number of gifts on your luscious Floral Terry Kitchen towels with accessories to a special so hurry in for first Penn rest never Iron Tablecloth sets give the very finest in table sets a handsome cloth and Freedom from ironing machine washes Tumble dries ready to Rich Linen look texture in avril7 Rayon and Beautiful assortment of to room for rent to modern close 113 Kelly embroidered Pillow Case boxed sets daintily embroidered in pretty pastels on snowy White 80 Square a delightful attractively ready to wrap and two Pillow cases to the a special so come Early Dan River fashion boxed sheets and cases Fine Muslin or Percale sheets and cases in pastel or attractively boxed and ready to wrap Pillow cases 42 x 38 sheets 81 x
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