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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, September 08, 1983, Page 3, Image 3

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K?nansvill? N?wt Mr. and Mrs. Anthony ^Capillary and two children, "Angela and John, spent the weekend with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Troy D. Mullis. Dr. Sally N. Morrow of Cedar Falls, Iowa, has been .visiting her mother, Mrs. Alton Newton. They% visited relatives in Kinston Wed nesday and in Fayett^ville on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. ) Martin and April of Fayette ville spent the weekend here with Mrs. Alton Newton. Mesdames Woodrow Brinson and N.B. Boney accompanied Mrs. Amos Brinson to Hampstead Tues day. They had lunch with Mrs. Wade Cooper, the former Mary Sue Burch, in her new home at Old Point. Mrs. Faison McGowen k spent Friday night in Fay ett^ville with her sister, Mrs. Ada McMillan. IN MEMORY OF CAROLYN OUTLAW Our God sat on his throne on high And thought to himself, "Someone must die." As he waited and watched )the doings below Sadly He thought, "I must choose who's to go." Looking out over all the earth Searching fur one who had great worth. It must be one who is good and kind One who loves others with heart and mind. One who is loved by others too Loved as the Savior said to do. One who's served God and fellowman In all the ways that one can. One in whose family Christ is the head Church and family first, as has been said Sitting there deep in though as He mused Today is the day that 1 must choose Someone that will be great loss to earth Someone whom to heaven will be of great worth. Selecting his angels, He sent them below "To Carolyn Outlaw," He said, "you must go." "Our Father has reserved a special place for you To take you there we've been ordered to do." Quickly they ascended to heaven above And below we've lost one whom we love. By Thelma Taylor ' Legal ? Notice STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF OUPLIN NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PURSUANT TO the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed by John # Thomas Rhodes and wife, Carolyn'Rhodes, to Carey D. Wrenn, Trustee for United ,Carolina Rank, dated November 12, 1982, and recorded in Book 905, Page 216, of the Duplin County Registry,, and pur ^ suant to the authority vested in the P undersigned as Trustee, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby se cured and the said deed of trust being by the terms thereof subject to foreclosure, and Order of the Clerk of Superior Cpurt of Duplin County, Dated August 26, 1983, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash at the Courthouse door in Kenansville, North Carolina, at 12:00 O'clock Noon on September 17. 1983, the land conveyed in said deed of trust, | the same being more particularly P described as follows: Located in Limestone Township, Duplin County, North Carolina. , TRACT ONE: BEGINNING at a ? stake on the South side of Cabin Highway {Secondary Road No. 1702) Robert Rhodes' corner, said stake being .6 mile Northeasterly from the center of the intersection of said highway and N.C. Highway No. 24, said ppint being the beginning corner of the 2 acre tract conveyed by deed to John Thomas Rhodes and wife, Carolyn B. Rhodes, recorded in Book 631, | Page 149, of the Duplin County " Registry,, and runs thence from said beginning with said Highway No. 1702 South 29-1/4 degrees West 440 feet to a stake; thence South 60 degrees 45 minutes East 200 feet to a stake; the Southeast corner of the 2 acre tract as aforesaid and a corner of the 4.25 acre tract conveyed by deed to John Thomas Rhodes and wife. Carolyn B. Rhodes, recorded in Book 847. Page 9. of the Duplin County Registry;, thence South 60 degrees 15 minutes East 194 feet to a stake; thence South 15 degrees ^15 minutes West 277 feet to a stake; thence with a, small ditch South 86 degrees 30 minutes East 200 feet to a stake; thence North 15 degrees 15 minutes East 640 feet to a stake at a fence in the Robert Rhodes line; .thence with the Robert Rhodes line North 62 degrees 30 minutes Wost 285 feet to a stake, the Northeast corner of the 2 acre tract aforesaid and the Northwest corner of the 4.25 acre tract aforesaid; thence continued with the Robert Rhodes line North 62 1/2 degrees West 200 feet to kthe beginning, containing 6.25 'acres, more or less. Being a combination of the 4 25 tract described in deed dated Decem ber, 14, 1978, from John B Rhodes and wife, Pt-uline B Rhodes, recorded in Book 631, Page 149, of the Duplin County Registry., TRACT TWO: BEGINNING at a stake, a corner in the line of Joe W. Miller and I la C Rhodes, and runs thence with I la C. Rhodes' line, South 8b degrees West 1947 feet to a stake; thence with Joe W. Miller's line North 5 degrees East 1881 feet to a stake, the Joe W. f Miller corner; thence with Joe W. Miller's line South 45 degrees East 1963.5 feet to a stake; thence South 56 degrees East 462 feet to the beginning, .containing, 40 acres, more or less. Being Lot No. 19 shown on plat made bv G B Cooper. Engineer, November 20. 1930, recorded in Map Bool 216, Page 176, of the Duplin County Registry., Being the land conveyed by deed dated August 23. 1976, from John B. Rhodes and wife. Pauline Rhodes, to John Thomas Rhodes, recorded in Bpok 813, Page 41, of the Duplin County Registry., This sale is made subject to all prior liens ,and encumbrances, including taxes, if any. A deposit of ,10 percent of the first $1,000.00 of the purchase price and 5 percent of the balance of the purchase price may be required of the successful bidder.at the time of the sale, in tbe discretion of the Trustee. DATED: August 26. 1983 Carey D. Wrenn, Trustee 9-22-4t-WEC-121 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the Genral Court of Justice District Court Division NORTH CAROLINA DUPLIN COUNTY DEBORAH J. GRANBERRY. Plaintiff vs. LEONARD R. GRANBERRY. Defendant TO: Leonard R. Granberry Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled .civil action. The nature of the relief being sought is as, follows: The plaintiff seeks to obtain anabsolute divorce on the grounds of one year's separation. , You are required 40 make de fense to such pleading go later than October 13, 1983. and upon your failure .to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 26th day of August. 1983. ROBERT L WEST Attorney for Plaintiff, 202 N. Pine Street Warsaw. N.C. 28349 Telephone 1919) 293 4919 9-22 4t-RLW-34 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as adminis trator of the estate of James Allen Batchelor, deceased, late of Duplin County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned on or before March 1, 1984, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery All persons in debted to said estate please make immediate payment. This the 22nd day of August. 1983 Lee E Brown, Administrator P.O. Box 523 Warsaw. N.C. 28398 9 15 4t-LEB DUPLIN TIMES-PROGRESS SENTINEL Published Weekly by DUPLIN PUBLISHING CO.. INC. Ike Riddick. Publisher P.O. Box 68 Kenansville. NC 28349 Second Class Postage Paid at Kenansville. 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