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12 D Hifh ta'Mt EfttorpriM, Thvrttfay, M«y 1, If44 Deaths and Funerals Lev! B. Moore Funeral for Levi Burch Moore was held at IT a.m. Wednesday in Sechrest Chapel by R e v . Worth Sweet, pastor of Lebanon Methodist Church. Burial was in Lebanon Cemetery. Methodist Pallbearers Church w e r e Robert Moore, Lee Davis, Charlie Davis, Fred Swaim, Hobart Garrison and Elwood Moore. Mr. Moore, 67, of Rt. 2, High Point, died Monday in H i g h Point Memorial Hospital. Robert L. Stiles her home Wednesday after a long illness. She was a native of Caswell County. Survivors include three sons, Herman and Lacy Huffman, both of the home, and Arlie Huffman of Rt. 3, Randleman; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Wall of Gibsonville; two brothers, Charlie and Eck Kimbro, both of Caswell County; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Rice of Burlington Oakwood Knoll Rest Home jhortly before 3 a.m. today. He"* seven great-grandchildren, had been in declining health Funeral arrangements are in- three years and in a serious complete, condition two weeks. . He was born March 5, 1877, in Swain County, the son of Ira Paiton and Margaret Stevenson Stiles. He came to High Point 28 years ago from Swain County. He was a member of Wesser Creek Baptist Church near Bryson City. He was married to Rosa Virginia Truitt who died in 1954. He is survived by four sons, Glenn L. Stiles of 1806 Jarrell St., Charles E. Stiles of Princeton, Lewis Stiles of McCurry Tenn., and Felix W. Stiles o Appleton, Wis.; four daughters Miss Mildred Stiles of the home at 624 Cable St., Mrs. Dan Ef frid of Fayetteville, Mrs. E. J Mashburn of Star and Mrs. Et ta Marley of Rt. 1, Jamestown and 33 grandchildren. Funeral will be held at the Chapel of Koonce F u n e r a l Home Sunday at 2 p.m. by Rev. Charlie Monk, pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 until 9 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lillie K. Huffman GIBSONVILLE - Mrs. Lillie Kimbro Ku; T !..«_-_ SI, died at Robert Lee Stiles, 87, died in and Mrs viola Oakley of Cas. , ,,...,, '-r,',. ti wpll nnnntv fivp ffrandi-hi dren: well County; five grandchildren; Mrs. Van Richardson ASHEBORO -- Mrs. Eleanor Hurley Richardson, 85, of Asheboro died at the home of her daughter in Walnut Cove Wednesday night. She was the widow of Van H. Richardson and a native of Montgomery County. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Carpenter of Walnut Cove and Mrs. Frances Thomas of Asheboro; three sons, Herbert Richardson of Summerfield, Floyd Richardson of Asheboro and Paul Richardson of Myrtle Beach, S. C.; and three grandchildren. The body will remain at the Pugh Funeral Home in Asheboro pending completion of funeral arrangements. Joseph C. Ayers Joseph Columbus Ayers, 73, of 211 Dublin Ave., died at his home today at 7:45 a. m. He had been critically ill for the past 11 weeks. He was born Feb. 14, 1891, in Canie, Va., a son of A. C. anc Lucindia Gwyn Ayers. He lived in Virginia until 1922 when he came to High Point. He was veteran of World War I and was employed by Carson's until his retirement eight years ago. Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Marceline Evans of Napoleon, Ohio and Mrs. Rebecca Hancock of Greensboro; a stepson, Gano H. Hall of Greensboro; four grandchildren; seven great - grandchildren; and five step-grandchildren. Funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. in Cdvin C. Orrell Northside Funeral Home by Rev. J. E. Nelson, pastor of Central Alliance Church. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park 'emetery. The family will be at the funeral home Friday be- ;ween 7 and 9 p. m. Raymond D. Rogers THOMASVILLE - Funeral for Raymond Daley Rogers, 48, of Rt. 2, High Point, was held at Shady Grove Methodist Church Wednesday at 1 p.m. by the pastor, Rev. Bruce Nelson and Rev. C. C. Crummett, pastor of New Mount Vernon Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Leon Brewer, Thomas Wilson, Wilson Kennedy, Paul Smith, J o h n Curry and Gentry Brewer. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Methodist M e n s Class of the church and members of the Wallburg Fire Dept. Burial was in Roselawn Burial Park in Martinsville, Va. Mr. Rogers died Monday at 11 a.m. after suffering a heart attack at work at Thomasville Furniture Industries. Charles W. Talton Sr. Funeral for Charles Wilbert Talton Sr. was held at 2 p.m Wednesday in Sechrest Chapel by Rev. Thomas E. Strickland, pastor of St. Timothy Methodisl Church, and Rev. Isaac Harris minister of Archdale Friends Meeting. Burial was in Flora Garden Park Cemetery. Pall bearers were James Griffin Doice Martin, Floyd Thomas Bill Howington, Richard Lassiter and Roy Hunter. Mr. Talton, 64, of 1409 Valley Ridge Dr. died Monday in Veterans Administration Hospital in Durham. Mrs. Barbara Sugg Funeral for Mrs. Barbara Hicks Sugg was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Billiard Memorial Baptist Church by Rev. J. H. Clark, pastor, and Rev. Ray Moss, pastor of Welch Memorial Methodist Church. Burial was in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Hosteller, Rudolph Benson, David Benson, Richard Cox, Paul Hicks, Roscoe Briley and Ralph Elkins. Mrs. Sugg, 22, of 109 Cornell St. died Saturday in High Point Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Tennie B. Durham Mrs. Tennie Bell Durham, 75, died at Cloverdale Rest Home at 7:30 a.m. today. She had een in declining health for several years and in a serious condition for five days. She was born in Rhea County, Tenn., May 2,1889, the daughter of Kim M. and Adeline Perkins Thompson. She came to High Point 24 years ago. She was a knitter for Mountain City Hosiery Mills in Chattanooga, Tenn., for several years unti] her retirement in 1935. She was a member of First Church o' the Nazarene and a member of the ladies Bible class of the church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Viola Head of 1208 Ragan St. and Mrs. Roberta Clark of Baldwin, Calif.; three sons, Lester Durham of Chattanooga, Raymond C. Parker Sr. THOMASVILLE -- Raymond Clay ton ""Parker Sr., 61, of 400 Polk St. died Thursday at 5 p. m. in City Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. He had been a patient in the hospital for the last three months. Mr. Parker was born in Richmond County Sept. 22, 1902, a son of James Marshall and Martha Harrington Parker, and had lived in Thomasville since 1939. He was last employed by Hegler Taxi Co. He was of the Methodist faith. On July 26,1923, he married Miss Radie Williams who survives of the home. Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Mrs. Lindy Trivett of Archdale; one son, Raymond Parker Jr. of Rep. Cooley To Talk At Dedication THOMASVILLE - Harold D Cooley, veteran Fourth District Congressman now seeking reelection, will appear at post office dedication ceremonies here on May 17, along with Walter Spolar of the post office department in Washington. Cooley, head of the congressional agriculture committee has represented the fourth district for some 30 years. The Nash County resident will present Spolar, featured speaker for the event. Cooley will also speak. Seven members of the Chamber of Commerce will appear on the program, according to William A. Lovelace, recently appointed postmaster. Chamber representatives will be Russell Van Landingham, manager Jim Grimes, James W. Johnson, George Saintsing, Wint Capel, Hubert Leonard and James E. Lambeth Jr. Music will be provided by the Thomasville Senior High School band, beginning 1:30 p.m., with ceremonies slated to get under way at 2 p.m. The speakers will be on the loading platform at the rear of the $500,000 building. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremonies will be held inside the building. Refreshments will je served by the Junior Woman's Club. Harold Harrison, WTNC radio official, will serve as master of ceremonies and Lyman McDonald of First Baptist Church will give the invocation. Mayor Thomas F. Johnson Davidson Democrat Convention Slated LEXINGTON ~ Democrats attending the biennial c o u n t y convention here Saturday at 1 p.m. will bear a speech by That) Eure, veteran secretary of state, according to an announcement by Tom Suddarth of Lexington, county Democratic executive committee head. In announcing plans for the vention will be highlighted by election of new officers for the executive committee and delegates to the state Democratic convention in Raleigh on Wed meeting, .Suddarth said the con- nesday, May 20. Moore Visit Planned In Thomasville THOMASVILLE - At least 1,500 persons are expected to attend a giant rally in Lexington Saturday for gubernatorial candidate Dan Moore, according to E. W. Hooper, local attorney and campaign co-manager for the Chair City area. This will be Moore's second visit to Davidson County since hitting the county campaign circuit. His first appearance was to name campaign managers and other officials. The candidate will be in Thomasville from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon, according to Hooper. He will visit briefly with merchants and talk with persons on the streets. Mrs. Jeanelle Moore, wife of the Democratic contender for the primary election, will appear with her husband. At noon, the campaigners will ravel to Lexington where similar visits are planned. Moore las decided not to appear at the county convention planned tor Saturday afternoon in Lexington. He declined on the grounds that L. Richardson Preyer, I. Beverly Lake and other candidates would not be present. The 5:30 p.m. rally will fea- will welcome officials to the city and present Rep. Cooley. ture free barbecue, special entertainment and short speeches by Mr. and Mrs. Moore. County chairmen of the Moore f o r Governor campaign are Hooper and Russell Van Landingham in Thomasville; and Democrats Plan Rally In Randolph ASHEBORO - Randolph County Democrats will h o l d their county convention h e r e Saturday, starting at 5 p.m. The meeting will be held in the courthouse. Members of the county Democratic Executive Committee will mee.t at 4 p.m. in the commissioners' room to elect officers. Membership of this group consists of the chairmen and vice chairmen of the 36 voting precincts in the county. Officers to be named include the chairman, three vice chairmen, a secretary and a treasurer. Candidates for county office and the State Senate will be invited to appear and speak during the county convention. ; Eric Morgan and John Craven in Lexington. Golden Age Club Planning Bazaar The Blair Park Golden Age Club and the parks and recreation department will sponsor a bazaar Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the club house on S. Main Street. Hand made items to be featured include potholders, quilts, aprons, gifts, flower arrangements, footstools and novelties as well as cakes, cookies and pies. Permit Issued To Contractor In Thomasville THOMASVILLE - A permit 'or construction of a $5,375 rame residence at 105 Wilson St. was issued today to M. C. Hamrick, local contractor. Hamrick told Building Inspector Edsel Harris that the house would be offered for sale. Suddarth said that all candidates present will be afforded a chance to speak, but top office seekers, including Dan Moore, L. Richardson Freyer and I. Beverly Lake, have declined. Lake and Preyer will cot be in the area although Moore will attend a campaign rally here later in the day. Moore declined since other candidates will not be present. The county executive committee chairman said that Eure is one of the most colorful Democrats, having been named secretary of state in 1936 and reelected every four years' since. Eure again is seeking reelection. Eure was keynote speaker at the 1950 state Democratic convention and in 1962 was named permanent chairman. TERMITES Are Guilty of Destroying Thousands of Dollars Worth of Property Call Us For Free Inspectiom We have treated over 1500 properties in High Point over the past 30 years. CAROLINA TRI-CITY TERMITE Call SS 2-4815 Nights SS 8-4327 N.C. State License 266W the home; two sisters, Mrs. Bess Upton and Mrs. Ella Pugh,; both of High Point; and three grandchildren. ; Funeral will be held at J. C. Green and Sons Chapel Friday at 11 a. m. by Rev. Bob Dennis, pastor of Bethel Methodist Jhurch, and Rev. Charles Keith, pastor of First Church of the Nazarene. Burial will be in Holy Hill Cemetery. The family j will be at the home of the daughter, Mrs. Lindy Trivett of 316 Hazel St. in Archdale, and tonight' at the funeral home Tom 7 until 9 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Donaldson LEXINGTON Smith Donaldson, Mrs. Carrie 76, of Lexington, a former resident of Andrews, died Wednesday at her home after a year of declining health. She was s member of Mount Pisgah Baptist Church in Union County. j Survivors include her husband, J. W. Donaldson; four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Luther of Augusta, Ga., Mrs. Earnest Raxter of astonia, Mrs. Wayne Tennessee., Oliver Durham of Arrowwood of Grosse Point, Mich, and Earl Mrs. Clarence Durham of Los Angeles, Calif.; Albert W. Saferight one brother, Rev. Mack Thompson of Brunswick, Ga.; 14 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene by the pastor, Rev. John R. Soloky. The body will remain at Koonce Funeral Home until 30 minutes prior to the service when it will be placed in the church. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 until 9 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Floral Garden Cemetery. Welcome and G. Miller of Lexington; 14 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; four half- brothers, Jessie, Roscoe, Aaron and Ollie Smith, all of Gains- ville, Ga.; and three half-sisters, Mrs. Sara Gooch, Mrs. Hettie Grizzle and Mrs. Eiza Ashe,| all of Gainsville, Ga. I Funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Wayside Baptist Church by Rev. Jack Story and Rev. Fletcher Andrews. Burial will be in Forest Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Elbert A. King ASHEBORO-Elbert A. King, 46, of Rt. 4, Asheboro, died Wednesday at a Lumberton hospital after a long illness. He was a member of the Seagrove- Methodist Church and was active in Civil Defense, Redj Cross and Boy Scouts. Survivors Mrs. Lora include Doyles his wife,! King; ai daughter, Mrs. Darrell Yow of! Rt. 4, Asheboro; a son, Jerry j Allen of the home; a sister, Albert Wilson Saferight, 75, of Mrs- ?aham Rogers of Gra-j Rt. 8, Greensboro, died Wednesday morning in Clapps Convalescent Nursing H o m e in Greensboro where he had been a patient for 16 months. Mr. Saferight was a lifelong resident of Guilford County and a member of Centre Friends Meeting in Greensboro. Surviving are two sons, Grady S. Saferight, of Rt. 1, Jamestown, and W. C. Saferight, of Greensboro; three daughters, Mrs. 0. L: Kirkman of Rt. 7, Greensboro, Mrs. W. L. Duncan of Rt. 8, Greensboro, and Mrs. G. B. Dodson of Whittsett; one sister, Mrs. Ada Newman of Rt. 8, Greensboro; 12 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Friday in Centre Friends Meeting House by Rev. Donald Osborne, pastor, Rev. Herman L. Beck, pastor of Palm Tree Methodist Church in Lawndale, and Rev. W. M. Revels of Gib- ham; a brother, Harold King of Rt. 3, Asheboro; and two grand-j children. Funeral will be held at 3:30j p.m. Friday at Seagrove Methodist Church by Rev. Foster Loflin and Rev. Avery Brown. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Arminta H. Pugh RANDLEMA N-- Mrs. Arminta Hayes Pugh, 82, died Wednesday night in a Thomasville hospital. Survivors include two sons, Thomas Pugh of Varina and Kenneth Pugh of Rt. 1, Sophia; three daughters, Mrs. W. S. Slayton of Granite Falls, Mrs. John V. Payne of Rt. 4, Thomasville, and Mrs. Charles W. Harrison of Randleman; 13 grandchildren; and eight great- grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2:30 p, m. Friday at Grays Chapel Methodist Church by Rev. sonville. The body was to be George Carver, Rev. M a r i o n taken to the home of W. C.!p u ]k a nd Rev. Pressley Rut-, Saferight of 3621 S. Elm St. in ledge. Burial will be in t h e j Greensboro at 4 p.m. today | church cemetery. 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