The High Point Enterprise from High Point, North Carolina on June 23, 1975 · Page 10
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The High Point Enterprise from High Point, North Carolina · Page 10

High Point, North Carolina
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Monday, June 23, 1975
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IB Hifk Potat Enterprise, Monday, Jnt a, 1I7S Deaths and Fune John Hamilton Bradley Rites Death Claims Is Dead At 85 Setfuesday Mrs. Pugh THOMASVILLE-JohnR. Hamilton, 85, of 917 Fisher Perry St., died at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Community General Hospital. He had been a patient at the ( hospital four weeks. '\ : ' . ' . ' . ' ' He was born in Montgomery County to O.B. and Hannah Hall Hamilton and had .been a resident of Thomasvflle since. 1914. He was former owner and operator , , of the Sanitary Barber Shop and the National Barber Shop, retiring in 1966. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, where he was a former deacon and a member of the Berean Class of the Sunday school. In 1910, he married Miss Elma Green, who survives of the home. . , .. ' . . . , . . . Also . surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Oscar ( M a m i e ) , Lambeth of Greensboro, Mrs. Dale (Tina) Jarrett of Maplewood Avenue, Mrs. Jack (Ruth) Crouse .of Circle Drive, Mrs.. Clayton (Iris) Sink of Randolph Street and Mrs. L. C. (Barbara) Hepler Jr. of Circle Drive; a son,. John R. Hamilton Jr. of Mount Airy; 13 grandchildren, and seven great- grandchildren. . Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at J. C. Green and Sons Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph P. Hester and the Rev. Wilbur Jarrett. Burial will be Holly Hills Cemetery. The family will be at ;the home and at the funeral home t o n i g h t 7 to 9. Memorials may be directed to First Baptist Church. BYRON N. MORRIS BAD IN -- Byron N. Morris, 44, of Rt. 2; Denton, slipped; and drowned at 3 p.m. Saturday while he and his -son were loading their boat on ·Baffin Lake. Born, in Davidson County, he was a member of the First Baptist Church in. Denton, a veteran of the Korean War and 'was employed by Burlington House Furniture Co. in Lexington. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. .Margaret Na'ii'Morris of ' four sons, Paul Morris of Rt. 1, Denton, and Roger, Perry and Ricky Morris, all of the home; his. parents;. Mr. and Mrs. B.V. Morris of Rt. 2, Denton; and two sisters, Mrs. Gary K i m r e y of Ramseur and Mrs. Charles Morris of Ashebojro. MR. HOLLINGSWORTH FOREST -- Funeral services for Marshall Alger Hollingsworth, 84, were Friday at the Pine Ridge Baptist Church with burial in the Pine Ridge Cemetery. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Franklin (Katie) Patterson .of High Point and Mrs. K l i n e ( L u c i l l e ) Pinson of Thomasville. MORTUARY 2 LOCATIONS Chestnut Dr 885-5045 Archdale ..., 431-9124 MONDAY V Mrs. Velva Cecil Fitzgerald 4P.M. Chestnut Dr. Chapel. . TUESDAY Mr. N. Kervie Bradley 2P.M. Archdale Chapel SINCE 1897 · SERVICE 1301 E. LEXINGTON AVE. 882-2555 8#5-2145 NAHONAt ·JHKTfO MOHICANS MONDAY Mrs. Martha Pauline Benson Wall I1A.M. S*Chrt»« Cfoptl Onvtsidt: 4:30 P.M. Mk M*mor!«l Park ·'· · " ' Trywi M. C. ARCHDALE - N. Kervie Bradley, 68, of 316 Friddle St. died Sunday ; at 7:30 a. m. in High Point .Memo.r.ial Hospital, where he had been a patient since Wednesday. Mr,. Bradley was born September 20, 1906, in Durham County, a son .of .William and Emma Anderson- Bradley. He had been a resident of the High Point area since 1928 and was an employe of Crown Hosiery Mills for thirty years until his. retirement one. year ago. Mr. Bradley.was# the,Baptist faith v On .January 19, 1929, he ;was married to the former Miss Nona Rush, who survives of the home... . . Also^urvivirig are one son, Kenneth Bradley of 804 Ernest ...Court.;.. Jour daughters, Mrs! Gaither (Shirley) Smith of Rt; 4, High Pbint, .Mrs. Billy.:(Rhonda) Graham of 518 Pjayer Drive, Mrs. Hugh :,(Mylinda) Norman . o f , . : Rt. : 4, Thomasville and Mrs. Steve (Debbie) Wilson of 802 Forrest Ave., nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one. sister, ;Mrs. Altoih (Louyera) Maynard of Rt. 3, Dili-Ham. Funeral services will be 2:00 P. M. Tuesday at Cumby Archdale Chapel by Dr. Clyde H. Parker and the Rev. Charles B. Walker. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery: Pallbearers will be Billy Graham, Hugh Norman, Gaither Smith, Steve Wilson, Ricky Bradley and Donriie Hubbard. They body will remain at^Cumby Mortuary in Archdaje, until placed in Uie chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be-at the-funeral : home tonight 7 to 9; GREGORY LOUYA LEXINGTON - Gregory Scott Louya, 14, of Rt. 1, Lexington, drowned at 3:20 p.m'. Sunday while reportedly swimming with friends on High Rock Lake between Hickory Point and Rock Crusher Point. ···,.·- He;.was born in Davidson. County to Jack Bryce and : Jo Ann Bruf£-Lbuya. He was a student at Central Davidson Junior ,, High ,.§c|i,99l lanAj.S member' of .Way.siife_ Baptist Tabernacle. Surviving are tois parents of Rt. 1; Lexington; two brothers, Jackie Wayne and Timothy Joe Louya of the home; 1 :a 'sister, Donna Jay Louya of the honie; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Louya of Rt. 2, Lexington; and maternal, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs." Lewis Bruff of Lexington: The body is at Davidson Funeral Home pending cbm- pletion of arrangements. MRS. FRED SINK LEXINGTON - Mrs. Fred 0. Sink Sr,, 94, of 307. E. Center..St..died Saturday at her home after an illness of 10 days. She was born in Davidson County to David King and Crissie Miller Cecil. She was an alumna of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and was a member of the Robert E. Lee Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. She .was a member of First United Methodist Church, Lexington, where she was a member of the Women's Society and the Suzie Anne Wesley Class-of the-Sunday school. Mrs. Sink was owner of the Dispatch Publishing Co. until 1974. She was the widow of Fred 0. Sink Sr. S u r v i v i n g . are two daughters, Mrs. Daphne Rose a'nd Mrs. Robert (Rachel) Philpott; both, of Lexington; three sons, Charles Sink arid Joe Sink, both of Lexington; and a sister, Miss Sadie Cecil of the home. . . . . . . . . · ·-.: Funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. today at First United Methodist Church by Dr. Charles Beamon Jr. and the Rev. Lee Dukes. Burial will be in Lexington City Cemetery. : . , : Memorials may- be directed to First United Methodist. Church or the Salvation Anny. . Mrs. Nellie Byrd Pugh of 617 Westwood Ave., was dead on arrival at High Point Memorial.Hospital Sunday at 5:50 a.m. She bad been in her usual health and suffered an attack at her home. Mrs; Pugh was born in Randolph County, daughter of Ellis C. and Aletha Hinshaw Byrd: .A resident of High Point for forty .years, she was married April 29, 1942, to William H. Pugh. She had been a secretary for Russell and McAden until her retirement in 1972. She was a member' of L High: : Point Friends: Meeting. '\ Surviving are her husband, William H. Pugh,of the home; a sister, Mrs. Floy B, Brown of Greensboro; and a brother, Francis E. Byrd of Rt. 1, Ramsenr. . Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by Dri. William ; 'G', Guthrie and the .Rev. Cecil E.. Haworth, Entombment will be in Guilford Memorial Park Mausoleum. Thei body will remain at Sechrest Funeral Home, and the family will be at the funeral home tonight? to 9.. \\' WARREN L. STUTTS ASHEBORO - Warren Loyd Stutts, 55, of Rt. 2, Seagrove, died Saturday night in Seagrove: He was a native of Randolph County and was employed by Carrier Saw Mill Coi Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Brown of Rt. 2, Rbbbins; Miss Joyce Ann and Miss M a r g a r e t Stutts of Asheboro; two sons, Carroll Junior and Roy Charles Stutts of Rt. 2; Seagrove; and four sisters, Mrs. Frances Chriscoe of Rt. 2, Seagrove, Mrs. Rosey Chriscoe of Seagrove, Mrs. Adelle Carlton of Thomasville and Mrs. .Gladys Corder of Rt. 1, Seagrove. Funeral will:be 2 p.m.-tor day at Union Grove Baptist Church by. the ReV; Bud Gillett and the Rev. Clyde Stutts. Burial will be at the church. The body is at Pugh FuneralHome. ; · : LEONARD T. COLEMAN BURLINGTON - Leonard Thomas Coleman, 60, of 2172 Walker Ave. died 'Sunday at his home. Survivors include his wife, Mrs! Dema Smith Coleman, formerly of High Point. Funeral will be 2_ p.m. Tuesday at Lowe Funeral Home with burial in Pine Hill Cemetery. ' ; CLARENCE EDWARDS K E R N E R S V I L L E - ·Clarence C: "Bug" Edwards, 66, of .1001 N. Main St. died at his horiie Sunday morning. He had lived in Kernersville all his life and was employed by. P a r k s Chevrolet. He had taught in Veterans Agriculture School for 13 years following World War II. He Was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church. Surviving are mother, Mrs. Alma Glasco Edwards of the home; three sisters. Miss Carolyn Edwards of the home, Mrs. Mary Allen of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Louise Sapp of Kernersville; and four brothers, Charles E., James E., Roger E. and Richard B. Edwards of Kernersville. Funeral will be 2 p:m. Tuesday:at Main Street United Methodist Church 1 with burial in Mount Gurr Cemetery. The family will be at Pearce 'Funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. ; Memorials may be made to Mount Gurr Cemetery. ; Your Precious Old Photographs copied and restored ---No. matter about age or condition --Faded prints restored backgrounds removed --In Karona Color, Goldtone or Opalton* Accent on Quality " . College Village 883-6526 S A family does not: havt to pay $1500. to $2500. for funoral service in this area. W« offer complete funoral sorvkes from $545. - less If full services are not required. ORRELL'S FUNERAL HOME 229 Liberty Road Phont 431-1119 The desires of the family are strictly honored by this firm. Wall Funeral Held Today Mrs. Pauline Benson Wall, 83, of 516 W. Parkway Ave. died Sunday at 2:40 a.m. in High Point Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. Mrs. Wall was born March 8, 1892, in Mooresyille to Joseph and Etta Plyer Benson. She had lived in High Point for the last. 17 years. She was a member of. the Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church and of the Friendly Club of the church. She had been married to the late Walter J. Wall. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. T.H. (Polly) Greene of the home; a son, Joseph D. Wall of Greer, S.C.; a sister, Mrs. James Bergner of Walton, N.Y.; five grandchildren, arid three great- grandchildren. . Funeral was at 11 a.m. today at the Sechrest Chapel by Dr. Bernard R. Fitzgerald and Dr. R. Delbert Byrum. Burial will be at 4:30 p.m. in Polk Memorial Park in Tryon. · Memorials may be directed to the Friendly Club. Maness Rites Are Slated Henry Thomas Maness, 79, of 271 Young St., died at home at 4 a.m. today following an illness of several months. He was born in Chatham County Aug. 9, 1895, to Sam and Dora Yow Maness. He was married to Lois Odom, who died in 1944. He was employed by Highland Yarn Mill for 50 years, retiring in 1965. S u r v i v i n g are two d a u g h t e r s , Mrs. Tom (Selma) Bogan and Mrs. George (Grace) Goings of the home; a sister, Mrs. Lessie Teague of 720 Prospect S t . ; f o u r grandchildren, and seven great- grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Harold C. Davis Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Keith Letterman. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. The family will be at the home and funeral home Tuesday night? to 9. k · · · - : · . · · High Pointer Wins Contest Charles L. Cromer of High Point has been named Wake Forest University Law School's second-place winner in the 1975 Will and Trust Drafting Contest sponsored by North Carolina National Bank. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman Cromer of 503 Southridge Rd., Jamestown and received a $100 award. WATER WEIGHT P R O B L E M ? usi E-LIM Excess water in the body can' be uncomfortable. E-LIM will help you lose.excess.water weight. We at recommend it. Introductory Offer Worth Cut out this ad -- lake. Ib sloro listed. Purchase one pack of K-Lim and receive one more K-Lim Pack $ 2.00 Free, Asheboro Two-Car Collision Physician leaves One Injured ·^^fc _j. ,» _L _ ._ m^^ ^* - - . ·* · Board Members Are Completing Drowns NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. (AP)-A North Carolina physician and his father drowned Sunday in the Cherry Grove section of North Myrtle Beach, Horry County authorities identified them as Dr. Joe Wayne Thompson Jr., 42, of Asheboro and Joe Wayne Thompson Sr., 66, of Moores- vllle;.N.C. One body was recovered and a search continued for the other. The Thompsons reportedly were attending a family reunion. The police gave this account: The Thompsons and other members of their party waded across an inlet to a small island to gather seashells. The others made it back to the beach. But Dr. Thompson and his father were caught by a strong current generated in the inlet by the outgoing tide. Wallburg Boy Killed By Car WALLBURG - A 5-year- old boy was struck and killed by a car Sunday night while walking along the Abbott's Creek Church Road. He was identified as Jay Garland Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay. . He and an adopted child of the Lindsays, Kathy Carter, were believed to have been walking home after visiting a neighbor. A unit of the Horneytown Rescue Squad arrived soon after the 9:30 p.m. accident and carried the child to High Point Memorial Hospital, where the victim was pronounced dead on arrival. Driver of the car was listed as Paul Smith Jr. of Westover Drive in High Point. He has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, officers reported. The investigation is continuing. C REMOVETHE Take a break! SUP COVERS, DRAPERIES, RUGS cleaned. Just dial 885-2101. ... for Sartin's pros. 1670 ENGLISH TEL 885-2101 Rain or shine, Classified Aits will get you retails. Place your ad today! · ; MANN DRUG STORES Where Rheumatism Pain Strikes Rheumatic and Arthritic Pain can strike the joints in any of the indicated areas (see arrows on chart) Puts Pain to Now for the first- timt. overnight blessed temporary relief from the pain of arthritis, -- - bunitis, rheumatism, .soreness, stiffness. Just rub Icy-Hofs creamy balm over the affected Joints or muscles, and you can actually feel the pain start lessening.. Begin to sleep peacefully again. .If you don't have relief In 24 hours well refund your money. $3.00 for 3tt ox. jar or $5.00 for 7oz.|ar. Add40fertaxMdpotlag«. ; OROIR rVOM THI MSTRWUTOR: · SHEPPARD HARDWARE and MARINE P.O. tm 114 SavthmeM.HC. 27351 OMltnW«nt«d One person was injured Saturday in a two-car collision on N. Main Street near State Street about 11:47 a.m. Injured was Vickie Walker Lof iin of N. Norwood Court. Her injuries were not believed to be serious: The driver of the other car, Steven Patrick Fitzgerald, 24, of Dover Place, was not injured. He was charged with a traffic light violation. Graylon Lee Whitehead, SO, of E. Reams Avenue was slightly injured Saturday when the bicycle he was Correction The .obituary of Paul Franklin Bodenheimer in Sunday's edition incorrectly spelled his name as Bodenhamer. . Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Hilda Marlene Bodenheimer of the home. riding collided with a car driven by Wesley Elbert Lamm Jr., 24, of Westchester Drive. According to police reports a pedestrian stepped in front of Lamm's car, forcing him to stop. Whitehead* who was behind Lamm, then hit the rear of Lamm's car when he was unable to stop in time. No charges were filed in the 5:43 p.m. accident. Debra Cash, 2, of N. Centennial Street was slightly injured after she tan Out of a driveway into the path of a car driven by James Curtis Johnson, 31, of E-Commerce Avenue Saturday. No charges were filed against Johnson. Frank Inzar, 49, of Windley Street was slightly injured Saturday when the car he was driving struck a. fire hydrant on Windley Street near Leonard Avenue. Inzar was charged with leaving the , scene of an accident. GREENSBORO ·.'.% June meeting of the GaUford County Social Services Board couM well be the last official session for at least two ·members. Board members will meet at iwon Wednesday ^at the Guilford County Healtli and Social Services Center here for what Wavne:Metois6cial services director, called a "wrap-up" session. . Dr. Robert Cross of High Point, who was appointed by the Guilford County Board of Commissioners, and Dr. Issac Miller, of Greensboro, who was named by the North Carolina Social , Services Commission, are both closing out six years of service. State regulations allow board members to serve a three-year term with the possibility of re-appointment for another three-year term, but they do not permit individuals to serve longer than six years. Voting Places For June 24th ion Are: I Archdale School II Archdale City Hall III Performance Boat Sales Archdale City Board of Elections E. Val Coltrane, Chairman C6-23-3 TELEVISION LOG Show Tonight For Big Band Freaks By JAY SHARBUTT AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Good news for big band freaks:;Highnote trumpeter Maynard Ferguson and his 13-piece band roar tonight in the finale this season of public TV's fine "At the Top" jazz miniseries. As is the custom of the 47-year-old bandleader, the emphasis is on brass. His crew features six trumpets, including Ferguson, who curiously takes only a few brief solos during the hour-long show. · He also vocalizes -- fairly well, too -- on an updated version of the old Bunny Berigan hit, "I Can't Get Started With You." But most of the program is used as a showcase for solos by various members of the band on such tunes as Jimmy Webb's "MacArthur Park"-- the band's national anthem by now, Herbie 'Hancock's "Chameleon" and "Got the Spirit," a jazz-gospel piece by trombonist Slide Hampton. The musicians seem to be having a ball on the show, particularly Ferguson, who first gained fame in the'early 1950s as a featured soloist in Stan Kenton's big, powerful jazz bands. It's a safe bet many high school and college musicians of today aren't strangers to his wprk, thanks to the numerous concerts he plays each year and the music clinics he and his band hold while on tour. The kids, older jazz buffs and even civilians will find a lot to like in the effort tonight, even if most of it is on the 16ud side and doesn't show what the band can do when it shifts to lower decibels. A warning: While the sound engineering in the three previous "At the Top" shows was excellent, the quality in tonight's show seems a bit muddy at times, no doubt because of the tiny speaker of the TV set on which I watched the program. The speaker was just too limited for all that went on. This is a problem with most TV sets. Why, oh, why don!t manufacturers ever realize this? But viewers have two possible cures. Run your TV set's audio through a .hi-fi system--get help if you've never done it before-- or call up your local public TV station and ask if it's simulcasting the Ferguson show on FM radio. (2) WF.IV.«r»'«'n.sboro (tt) WNTV. t'harloilp (1) Wt'M* lnlv. Mailon (5) WIIAI.. Knlrlith (R) WftlllMliiih Point (9) 1VSO(. hnrl»llc (10) nSl.S. ltann«k (II) WTVn. Durham ( 12) UMI.IVinsion.Salom (18) WtCK.ChnrloUf (:t(i) WMKT, Chnrlollo I Capsule Views Of Today's Evening Programs I _M»BMBM_«OTI« I M«MM«HM«MMMM*«»MM«IH-«M«MM««« M «»-*«M«J .6:00 pm (2,3,8,18) News (5,9,11) News, Weather, Sports (10) Action News (36) Beverly Hillbillies 6:30 (2,3,11) CBS News (5,8) ABC News (9,10,12) NBC News (18) Superman (36) Corner Pyle 7:00 (2) Beat The Clock (3) CBS News (4) Antiques (5,10) Ironside : (8) Truth or Consequences ' ' (») Td;TeII The Truth . (11) Dan August (12) What's My Line (18) Concentration (36) Andy Griffith 7:30 (2) Police Surgeon (3) Price Is Right (4) Book Beat (8) Let's Make a Deal (9) Wide World Of Animals (12) To Tell The Truth (18) What's My Line (36) Patsy Award* 8:00 (2,3,11) Gunsmoke (4) At The Top (5,8,18) The Rookies (9,10,12) Baseball World Of Joe Garagiola (36) Bnrke's Law 8:15 (1,10,12) Major League Baseball 9:00 (2,3,11) Maude (4) Conversation With Myself (5,8,18) S.W.A:T. 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