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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, February 10, 1983, Page 10, Image 10

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WENDY BAGWELL AND THE SUNLITERS will perform in a Gospel Sing sponsored by the Duplin County Law Enforcement Association on Saturday, Feb. 19 at 7 o.m. in Kenan Memorial Auditorium. Also appearing will be The Down East Boys trom Potters Hill. Wendy bagweu and the Sunliter's special style and brand of gospel music and humor have won them worldwide acclaim. The group was chosen by the State Department to make a European tour which won them an award from the U.S. Government. Tickets for the sing are S3.SO in advance and S4 at the door. Advance tickets mav be purchased at any local police department or at the Duplin County Sheriffs Department. Proceeds will go to the building fund for the county law enforcement hut. Craft Fair-Expo '83 The Neuse Area Develop ment Association and the N.C. Agricultural Extension Service are gearing up for their 13th annual crafts fair ? Expo '83. All craftsmen who parti cipate must be a resident of either Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pamlico or Wavne County. Deadline for having your crafts in the Duplin County AES office is March 1. Legal Notice STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DUPLIN File no 83 SP 4 IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PURSUANT TO N.C.G S ?146-21 16A.ET SEQ. IN THE MATTER OF: THE PROPOSED FORECLOSURE UNDER POWER OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY SUBJECT TO DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY DANNY G. HARRELL AND HIS WIFE. JOAN M HARRELL, DATED SEPTEMBER 30. 1980. AS RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 873. PAGE 132. DUPLIN COUNTY REGISTRY, SECURING AN IN DEBTEDNESS THEREIN SET OUT IN THE ORIGINAL AMOUNT OF $12.000 00, DUE AND PAYABLE TO BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA. N.A.. BY CHARLES M INGRAM. SUB STITUTE TRUSTEE. DEED BOO* 902, PAGE 834. DUPLIN COUNTY REGISTRY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF the Dower of sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust given by Danny G. Harrell and his wife. Joan M Harrell, to Stephen R. Salisbury. Trustee, dated Septem ber 30, 1980, and recorded in Deed Book 873, Page 132, Duplin County Registry; AND FURTHER UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF the authority vested ip the undersigned, as Substitute Trustee, by written instrument dated September 27, 1982, and recorded in Deed Book 902, Page 634, Duplin County Registry; Oefault having been made in the payment of the indebtedness se cured thereby, and said Deed of Trust being, by the terms thereof, subject to Foreclosure; and the holder of the indebtedness secured thereby having demanded a Fore closure thereof, for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness; and a Hearing having been held herein, before the Clerk of Superior Court for Duplin County; AND FURTHER PURSUANT TO an order, entered on February 4, 1983. NUNC PRO TUNC. January 27, 1983, by the Clerk of Superior Court for Duplin County; The undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the east door of the Duplin County Court House, Front Street. Kenansville. North Carolina, at 12:00 o'clock noon, on Thursday. March 3, 1983. the real property conveyed in Deed of Trust, to gether with all improvements situ ated thereon, the same lying and being in Smith Township, Duplin County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the Northern right-of-way of North Carolina State Road # 1710 (a sixty-foot right-of-way), com monly known as the Sandy Plain Road, said iron pipe being North 04 degrees 17 minutes East 30 feet from a "P.K." nail in the center line of said road; Said "P.K." nail beino North 85 degrees 43 minutes West 33 feet from a second P.K." nail, also in the centerline of the said road; Said second "P.K," nail being above a 15" reinforced concrete pipe; said pipe being 0.3 miles as measured in art Eastern direction from the intersection of said S.R # 17,10 with North Carolina High way 8241; THENCE, from said beginning, arid leaving said road right-of-way, North 53 degrees 32 minutes East 141.79 feet to an iron pipe; THENCE. North 25 degrees 12 minutes East 83 55 feet to an iron pipe; THENCE. North 84 degrees 50 minutes West 287.28 feet to an iron pipe; THENCE, South 04 degrees 17 minutes West 175 feet to an iron pipe on the Northern right-of-way of S R #1710; THENCE, with said road right of-way, South 85 degrees 43 min utes East 150 feet, to the point of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 0.94 acres, more or less. BEING THAT TRACT surveyed bv Roger D. Taylor, R.l.S. # 2526, as shown on a map dated July 31, 1980, as recorded in Deed Book 871, at Page 122, Ouplin County Registry. AND BEING the same property conveyed by Deed dated August 5, 1980, from Jessie G. Thigpen and wife, Eva T Thigpen, to Danny G. Harrell and wife, Joan M Harrell, as recorded in Deed Book 871, Page 121. Duplin County Registry. This sale will be made subject to any and all outstanding unoaid taxes, special assessments, and all prior liens or encumbrances against this property, if any. Pursuant to N.C.G.S 145 21.10(b), any successful bidder may be required to deposit with the Trustee immediately upon con clusion of the sale, a cash deposit of ten percent (10%) of the bid up to and including $1,000.00, plus five percent (5%) of any excess over $1,000.00. Any successful bidder shall be required to tender the full balance purchase price so bid, in cash or certified check, at the time the Trustee tenders to him a Deed for the property, or attempts to tender such Deed Should any successful bidder fail to pay the full balance purchase price so bid at that time, he shall remain liable on his bid as pro vided by N.C.G.S ?46-21 30 This sale will be held open for a period of ten (10) days for up-set bids, as by law provided THIS THE 4th day of February. 1983. Charles M. Ingram Substitute Trustee 2 24-3t-CMI 163 R&N STUDIO Klnston 411 N. Queen S?. 527-7649 "SPECIAL" l-Free 11x14 with Each Wedding Package Contract Signed in February. 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