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Notice of Sale of
Real Estate fdfr
Pursuant to G^'al Statutes of
North Carolina, Chapter 10S, Sec
tion 387, and pertinent law, and to
the authority of tfc* Board of Com
missioners of the Town of New
port, the undersigned tax collector
of the Town of Newport \vill offer
for sale at public auction for cash
at the Town Hall door of the Town
of Newport, N6rth Carolina, at
10:00 A.M., July 14th, 1958, (be
real property listed below iltuate
in the Town of Newport. The pur
pose of the sale will be the collec
tion of delinquent taxes of the
Town of Newport, for the year
1957, and prior years. The name
of each taxpayer owing taxes, the
amount of taxes due, and a brief
description of the real property
upon which said taxes are a lien
appear below. The sale will be
made subject to increased amounts
for penalties and costs.
This 20th day of June, 1958.
Town of Newport
Bell, C. A., Heirs, 4 lots, M. A.
Hill Division. 1 lot E. Railroad
St. and dwelling, 1955-1957
incl - 66.05
Bell, J. C., 1 lot W. Water St.
1955-1957, incl. 84 64
Bell, Mrs. Dora, Heirs, 3 lots S.
Morehead St., dwelling and shed,
1956, 1957 98.89
Carroll, Leonard, 2 lots, J. D.
Swain Div., warehouse, 1 lot
Orange St., 1951, 1952,
1954-1957 incl. 213.03
Carroll, W. L., 1 lot Orange St.,
part lot No. 11, dwelling,
1954-1957, incl 122.80
Collins, Leonard & Wife, 1 lot
Block A, West Newport, 1952,
1954, 1956, 1957 8.56
Council, Paul and Hester, 1 lot
Block B, West Newport
1957 , .. ... 2.38
Dugee, W. C. and Hazel, Part lot
40x200 ft., S. Morehead St. and
dwelling, 1948-1957 incl 127.48
Edwards, Blanche, 3 lots, M. A.
Hill Div., 2 lots, 5 and 22, New
port Place, 1 lot W. Railroad
St., 1 lot E. Water St., and
station, 1937-1940, incl., 1944,
1954-1957, incl 247.72
Edwards, James L., 1 lot S. Mann
St., 1948-1952, incl.,
1954-1957, Incl 58.96
Feinting, M. E., 1 lot Orange St.
and dwelling, V4 lot Hafgett St.,
1940-1948, incl., 1952-1954, incl.,
1956, 1957 138.06
Fish, George Jr., 1 lot No. 26,
Block B, West Newport,
Garner, A. B. and N. Q. Cannon,
1 lot No. 25, Block B, West
Newport, 1957 4.51
Garner, Alton L., 1 lot W. R. Mann
Div., dwelling, 1949-1991, incl.,
1956, 1957 68.18
Garner, Mrs. Dorcas, 1 lot W.
Water St. and dwelling,
Garner, Mrs. J. C., 1 lot W. Rail
road St. and store building, 1
lot E. Water St.,
1454-1957, incl. 85 84
Garner, Mrs. Irora, 1 lot W. Rail
road St., dwelling, garage,
amall building, 1 lot W. Railroad
St., and shed, 1937-1941, incl.,
Garner, Jeff J., Heirs, 1 lot E.
Orange St., dwelling, 1937-1944
incl., 1954-1957, incl. 62.51
Garner, Leon E., 1 lot E. . Orange
St., dwelling, 1 part lot E.
1955-1957, incl. 109.02
Garner, Mrs. Estelle, 1 lot W.
Water St., dwelling, garage,
1954-1957, incl. 171.23
Garner, T. D. and Maggie L., ltt
lots W. Church St., and dwelling,
barn and ahed, 19461955,
incl., 1957 82.6S
Garner, T. R. and Nina, 1 lot E.
Railroad St., and dwelling.
1938-1941, incl., 1948-1952, tad..
1954-1957, tad. i71.?
Garner, W. H. Heirs, 1 lot Market
St., and dwelling,
1950-1957, tad. 27.18
Gould, C. A. Jr., 2 lota W. R. 4
Mann Div. dwelling, 1 lot W. R.
Mann dwelling, 1944, 1945,
1954-1957, tad. 07.39)
Gould, C. k. Sr., l lot and part E.
Chatham St., dwelling and barn,
1944, 1955-1957, tad. 39.91
Gould, MUton, 1 lot W. New Bern
St., and dwelling,
1955-1957, tad. 84.18
Gould, Roy L., 1 lot Newport
Fruit Farm, 1955-1957, incl .4.88
Gray, A. E. and B. P., Heirs,
1 lot S. Morehead St., 1AJ7,
1948-1957, tad ... 35.55
Green, Charles, 1 lot Church !
dwelling, 1954 5.20|
Guthrie, Mrs. P. A., 1 lot Market
St., dwelling and garage,
1953-1957, tad. 138.95
Haskett, Ivy V., 1 lot Fruit Faith
1953-1957, tad. 109.84
Haskett, I. W? 4 aeres Hillard
land, 2 acres Stewart land, .
Haskett, Mrs. I. W., 2 lots W.
Railroad St., and dwelling,
Heath, W. D. Sr., 1 lot market
TAX SALE NOTICE
19S5-1957, tad. 118-71
Hibbs, Louis, dwelling on leased
land t. Chatham St.,
WS-lfc7, incl 47.M
Howard, L. W., 3 lots Swain Div.
potato house, 195J 42.11
Hdwatd. M. C? 4 lots East
ChaChaYn, station, garage, addi
tion, shelter, furniture store,
barter shop, appliance store,
wafdhiuse. bank building,
hardware store, 1 lot No. 13,
Mantis Div., 1 lot No. 20,
Block C., West Newport,
Huff, B?hry B? 1 lot No. 7,
Block C, West Newport,
1956, 1957 18.67
Jones, Anna, Gray, Agnes and
Durwood Qninn, 2 lots Nos. 7
and 8, E. Chatham St., cafe
building, 1954-1957, incl 177.23
Jones, C. G? 1 lot E. Chatham
and dwelling, shed,
1955-1957, incl 41.45
Jones, Willie, 1 lot and dwelling
Church St., 1950 2.27
Kirby, W. J., 3 building sites,
dwelling, packhouse, 5 acres
tillable, 15 pasture land, 27 acres
waste and timber,
1956, 1957 102.97
McCain, G. H., 1 lot No. 5,
Block B, West Newport,
McCain, D. R., 1 lot Church St.,
McElswaln, Melvin J.. 1 lot
No. 14, Block, West Newport,
1954-1957, incl 9.31
Mann, Asa, 1 lot W. Mater St.,
fish house, 1956, 1957 16.56
Mann, C. E., 1 lot E. Chatham
1954-1957, incl 71.99
Mann, Claire F., 44 acres Newport
Place, dwelling, 8 Mi swamp,
1954-1957, incl 86.29
Mann, Glenn, 2 lots N. Mann St.,
1950-1956, incl 29.28
Mann, L. C., 1 lot Water St., and
building, 1950-1952, incl.,
1954-1956, incl. 55.15
Masters, Chas. and Irene, 1 lot
N. Morehead St., dwelling, 1949,
1953-1957, incl 58.55
Mears, Brantly, 1 lot W. Railroad
St., dwelling, 1955, 1956 24.62
Mauney, Zeb, 1 lot W. R. Mann
Div., dwelling, 1956, 1957 54.10
Murry, W. M., 1 lot Haskett St.,
dwelling, 1952 14.55
Morton, Mrs. J. C. B., Heirs,
\ acre back C. E. Herrington
land, 1953 5.05
Moore, Mrs. Frank, 1 lot and
dwelling W. Railroad St., 1943,
1951-1957, incl 65.48
Myers, Robert T., 1 lot Block A,
West Newport, 1957 2.38
N'orris, C. C., 1 lot W. Chatham
St., dwelling, 2/3 lot W. Chatham
St., dwelling, 1950-1952, incl.
1956, 1957 43.01
Oglesby, Mamie, 1 lot W. Railroad
St.. dwelling. 1952, 1954 .... 38.40
Parish, Robert and Lily, 2 lots
Manns Div., dwelling, 1957 24.66
Perkins, S. A., 1 lot East Chatham
St., dwelling, IVi acres Brock
1954-1957 incl. ... 157.82
Prescott, Edith, 1 part lot Market
St., 1957 76 1
Pringle, R. S. and Lois, 1 lot New
Bern St., dwelling, 1 lot No. 12,
dwelling. 1 lot No. I, 1957 49.51
Reynold, Paul, 1 lot No. 6, Block 1
D, West Newport, 1954,
Sanders, L. E., 1 1st Church St.,
dwelling, 1950-1957, tod. -.117.70 1
Smith, Claude, 8maH dwelling
rented land, 1957 7.81
Smith, L. P., 1 acre building lite, 1
8.3 acres tillable, dwelling, 1
barn, tobacco barn, '
1956, 1957 93.75
Smith, Prudie M., 1 lot and part
dwelling, 1952, 1955, 1956 23.11 !
Smith, Paul, V4 W. Railroad St., \
1952-1*57, incl. , 160.77
Thrower, Mrs. Minnie, lMi lot N.
Mann St., dwelling,
1956, 1957 17.12
Wellons, Homer, 1 lot No. 24,
Block A, West Newport,
1953-1957, incl 8.67
Wilton, H. A., 1 lot Orange St.,
dwelling, 1953-1957. incl 95.61
Ward, James (M Wife, 1 lot
No. 4, 6lock C. West Newport,
1956, 1957 4.26
Youngblood, Leon, 1 lot East
Water St., store building,
1954-1967, tncl 106 48
Bell, Rosana, 1 lot Hill Div.,
1946, 1949-1957, incl. 21.72
Brock, Harriett, Heirs, 2 acres
tillable and dwelling, 1M3, IMS,
1952, 1956, 1857 15.70
Brown, FWtaee, Hot S. Katlrend
St., 1946, 1850-1957, incl <8.25
Day, Arthur, 1 lot Hill Div., 1951,
1954-1957, incl. 3.90
Graham, Jonathan, 1 -lot Hill Div.,
1954-1957, Incl 1.74
Harley, Amy, 1 lot Hargett St.,
1955-195t , incl. 42.06
Johns*, J. A., Heirs, 1 lot E.
Railroad St., 1&48, 1949,
1951-1957, incl. 7.02
Johnson, Samuel, 1 lot Hill Div.,
and dwelling, 1937, 193S, 1940-1952
incl., 1954, 195C, 1957 40.45
Perkins, Ann, Heirs, 1 lot S.
Hargett St., dwelling and
J9H-1957, feci. 12.03
frart, John, 1 lot Morehead St,
1980-1957, incl. (.30
Walker, Cecil, 1 lot South Hargett
St.. dwelling, 1937-1945, incl.
. 1947-1950, Ud? 1952, 1957 40.73
Kenon, Thomas, 4 lota S. Morehead
1955-1967, tod. 19.78
Simmons, llollie, 3 lots M. A.
Hill Dir.. 1950 3.73
White, ^Fred^ totjfarafcaad St.,
1951-1950, incl M.73
June 22 ? Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Moore and son of Florida are here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Lup
Mr. and Mrs. Stacy B. Davis at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Davis's
grandfather, Mr. Sam Parker of
Morehead City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. liallas Rose, Mrs.
Curtis Nelson and Miss Hallie Wag
ner are away for two weeks attend
ing camp meeting services at Ashe#
Mr. Walter Yeomans is receiv
ing treatment at the Morehead City
Terry Whitley was home for the
weekend from Atlantic Christian
Mrs. Vonda Lee Willis, Mrs.
Sarah Scott, Mrs. Madeline Emory
and son visited with Mrs. Catherine
Andrews of Beaufort.
A family reunion was held at the
recreation hall of the Mormon
Church Wednesday night for the
Lewis sisters. All were present. It
ended with a farewell party spon
sored by Mr. Earl C. Davis who
honored his daughter, Mrs. Bertha
Jay Porter, of Mason, Ariz. She
was to leave with her husband, Mr.
Kenneth Porter and three children
and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Owen
Porter also of Mason, Ariz., Thurs
day morning. They have been vis
iting here for the past month.
Mr. Richie of Greensboro was
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Stacy Guthrie this past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Guthrie and
two daughters, Carita and Rosita,
returned here Sunday from Cape
Miss Anna Frances Fulford and
Mrs. Peggy Fulford came home
Wednesday from Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Andrews
of Beaufort spent Thursday after
noon here at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Garfield Emory.
Mrs. Wesley Jones and two sons
of Beaufort and Mrs. Norman Ful
cher of Marshallberg visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Wil
lis Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame? P. Lewis
and son, James Jr., visited Mr. and
Mrs. Cleveland Lewis of route 1
Beaufort, Friday night.
Mr. George Moore of High Point
and Mr. Dolly Moore of Troy and
Mrs. Alfred Moore of Florida, are
here visiting their sister, Mrs. Ber
tie Chadwick, who is ill in the hos
pital after undergoing an opera
Enroll in School
Sixty children were enrolled in
the recent session of Vacation Bible
School at Marshallberg Baptist
Church. Average daily attendance
was 52, reports the Rev. J. C.
Buchanan Jr., pastor of the church.
The last day of the school was
Commitment Day. On that day six
committed their lives to Christ.
Following commencement the per
sons who attended viewed the chil
The Women's Missionary Union
of Marshallberg Baptist Church
met recently at the home of Mrs.
lulia Lewis for a study course,
God's World Plan.
The course was taught by Mrs.
Gladys Thomas and Miss Edith
Lewis. Supper was served to the
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To Meet Tonight
Mount Pleasant Free Will Bap
tist Church at Mill Creek will be
host church for a district meeting
of the Master's Men at 7:30 to
The program will open with a
hymn of praise sung by chorister
A1 McElmon. The Rev. Noah
Brown, Morehead City, will give
the devotions. The Rev. W. A.
Hales, Beaufort, will speak on
what the Master's Men mean to
me as a pastor.
The Rev. Seldon Bullard, More
head City, will discuss what the
Master's Men can do for the Free
Will Baptist denomination. A busi
ness session, singing and testi
monies will conclude the program.
June 25 ? Vernon HU1, who re
cently returned from Key West,
Fla , is a patient at the Veterans
Hospital in Durham.
Miss Thelma Margaret Harris,
who Is attending summer school In
Greenville, spent the weekend here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lewis and
children of New Bern w ei'e here
Saturday making preparations for
a week's vacation at the'Hines Cot
tage on Core Sound.
The Rev J. W. Jeffries left Mon
day for Wilson where he will at
tend the annual Methodist Confer
ence which convened Monday.
The pie and cake sale sponsored
by the volunteer fire department
Saturday night was a success.
About 40 pies and two cakes were
donated and nearly fifty dollars
was realized from the sale.
Mrs. Willard Bennett and chil
dren left Friday, returning to their
home in Baltimore, Md., after
spending a week here wtih her
sister, Mrs. Angeline Wolfe.
The Elizabeth Hale and Gladys
Thomas circles of the First Baptist
Church observed the Heck-Jones
season of prayer at the church
Wednesday night. Mrs. Lionel Sal
ter was in charge of the program.
C. D. (Chub) Lewis of Gough,
C.a , arrived here Sunday for a
week's visit with his father, Mr.
The newly opened Hall of North
American Forests at The Ameri
can Museum of Natural History
in New York City reproduces life
sized exhibits from the forests in
For Big Holiday
The annual July Fourth celebra
tion at Ocracoke is being planned.
Interested persons are working on
entertainment for the many rela
tives and friends who always
"come home" for the holidays and
this year, from all indications, ho
tels and cottages will be filled with
On Friday, July 4, there will be
pony penning at about 9 to 9:30
a.m. At 11 a.m. there will be the
annual Flag Raising Service at the
schoolhouse, after which the wo
men of the Methodist Church will
sponsor a big dinner. The dinner
will be served in the school library
and adjoining classrooms from
11:30 to 1 p.m.
Baked beans and ham are the
Man Explains Why You
Are Cold at 70 DojJMm
Chicago (AP) ? .You hM tfci
thermostat set ?t TO on a cold day
yet you are chilly. Why?
A maker of automatic indicator
says an indoor thermometer iaa'
an accurate measure at eo4M|
Engineers say it's because bee
travels from a warm surface t
a cold one. Heat la drawn tr 00
a warm surface to a cold om. Hea
la drawn from your body by call
indoor surfaces such aa wladowi
and walls which react directly t(
outdoor conditions. The colder thaj
get the more body heat you cai
main dish, with trimmings and det
sert, of course. That night then
will be an old-time square dance
also one on Saturday night. Othei
events, including a Commonitj
Sing, are being planned for Um
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