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PAOl 4A—"THl TRUTH UNBRIDLED" SAT., 4, IMf
THE PARA
PREPARE FOR
DOWNTOWN
DURHAM
NOW!
NEARBY OFF
STREET PARKING
STORES OPEN
’Til 9 P. M. Friday’s
See Our Wide
Selection of
$19.95 t# $54.95
Handcraft’s "continental**
stylings are the
American interpretation
of sleelc foreign designs,
you’ll like this
new and exciting
mood in richly
glowing leather
artfully made
at a modest
For The Entire
Family.
Sprina Dresses,
Toppers &
Sportswear
RAND
b«by frpm Mrs. ova Me- i Mrs. Brown by the Elhconips
Laurin a^oWaf pivM for | Cardettes rectnfly
All Winter
SUJTS
DRESSES. SKIRTS
SWEATERS
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT PHILLIP’S ’
109 E. Main Street 111 Wdlon’s Viunge
Durham, N. C.
' BAftY SHOWER GIFTS —Mrs.
;Ori* Brown receives gifta for
Elhconips Cardettes i
Qive Baby Shower For
Mrs. Ozie Brown
Mrs. Ethel Tapp was most
charming hostess for the January
■Meting of the Elhconips Card
ettes at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Bessie Mdija»irln,' on Fayet
teville Street. Upon arriving,' each
person was presented a white car
nation. »'
After a delicidus repast and the
playing of four rounds of pino
chle, a shower df gift* Was pre
sented to Mr«. Ozi« Broym for her
NORTH CAROLINA
ddbham county
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER ANO bY VIRTUE of
the power of sale contained in a
certain deed ot trust executed by
John Bevis and wife, Henrietta
Sevis, dated July 1, 1959 and re
corded in Book 628, page 711, in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Durham County, North Caro
lina, default having been made in
the payment flf the indebtedness
■ thereby secured and said deed of
towt being by the terms thereof
subject to foreclosure, the under
signed Trustee will offer for sale
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the Courthouse
door in Durham, North Carolina,
at NOON, on the 4th day of April,
1S61, the property conveyed in
Mid deed of trust the same lying
and being in the.County of Dur
ham and SUte of North Carolina,
in Durham Township, and more
particularly described as follows;
BEGINNING at a jUke on the
west side of Union Street, 80 feet
in a northerly direction from the
north ^de of Juniper Street, and
running from said beginning point
North 85 degrees 45’ West 125
feet to a stake; thence North 5 de-
gr^ 38’ ^st 40 feet to a stake;
IIICUUC (3UIXI.11 CTj xUSgrCdB W Oma*
125 feet to a stake on the West side
of Union Street; thence South 5
deerees 38’ West wit|j the west
side of said street 40 feet to the,
point of beginning and being the
southern portion of lot No. 6 and
the northern portion of lot No: 7,
in Block C, as shown on the plat
of the Tatum Goose Creek Prop
erty, of record in Plat Book 6, at
P4ge 15, of tlie Durham County
R^istry.
■fhiB property will be sold sub
ject to all prior encumbrances and
all prior and I960 Ad Valorem
taxes.
Hiis sale will remain open for
ten (10) days to receive increased
bids as required by law. /
J. J. HENDERSON, Trustee
WILUAM A. if^H, JR.
Attorney.
’i1iis.28th day of February, 1961.
March 4, 11, 18, 25.
NORTH CAROUNA
DURHAM COUNTY
NOTICE OF SALE
VNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the
power of sale contained in a cer
tain deed of trust executed by An
nie Mae Nelley, Widow, dated No
vember 26, 1958 and recorded in
617, page 148, in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Dur
ham County, North Carolina, de-
faiUt having made in the payment
of the indebtedness thereby se
cured and said deed of trust be
ing by the terms thereof subject
to' foreclosure, the undersig&ed
T^««tees will offer for sale at
publii! auction to the highest bid-
^ for cash at the Courthouse
moor in Durham, North Carolina,
MtM(X>N, on the 4th day of April,
Iwl, 'the property conveyed in
Mid deed of trust the s^e lying
and heing in the County of Dur-
hw and State of North Carolina
m Patterson Township, and more
particularly described as follows:
BMI^ING at a stake on the
MUth fid6 of End Avenue in
^ Durham, N. C., 250 feet East
m the NiMtheast comer of Grave
»* shtrtvn on plot herein-
j** ref«T^ to, and running
Wfac€ South 87 degrees and 10
Ea*t with and along East
lad Arcnue fifty feet to the North-
mt corner of Lot No. 72; thence
ft iCr 5® minutes
‘ V y wth and along the Western
i S- W No. 72 one hun-
decrees and Ifi’
**** to the southeast cor-
of Mid Lot No.
• NPrm 2 dess, and SO' east 130
feet to . the BOint> of b^inpmg;
and being Loto Jios. W and 71 of
the “R. H- Wxljjfe’* East
Durham BricK,?ar}
survey and plot of E. C. wlvin,
Surveydr, dated NOVsinber 1. 1923,
filed in Plot, Bdik Kft- « Pase
179 in the Omce of the ,Regi«ter of
Deeds of Durham County.
This deed is ntada In eompHance
with the terms of a- eontract be
tween the parties Hereto dated
the 20th day of Aug.. 1946, with
the exception that in lieu of the
lots therein mentioned party of
the second, paft accepis this ‘con
veyance of L&ts. Nos. 70 and 71.
This property will be sold subv
ject to all prior encumbrances and
all prior and 1900 Ad Valorem
taxes. ' ■ '
This sale will remain open for
ten (10) days to receive increased
bids as requind hy law.
J. J. HENDERSON, Trustee
WILLIAM A. MARSH, JR.
Attorney . .'1
This 28th day of February, 1961
March 4, 11, 18, 25.
NORTH CABOUNA
DURHAM COUNTy
MTiei OF SALE
UNDER AND m VIRTUE of
sale contained, in 'ii 'eerttfn deed
of'trust executed Parker
FmtSB’ aMliiiSlilSrl. xr Piffia,
dated'N(A^«ftnto#‘ i*r, Afed *e-’
corded in Bbok 030, page 303, in
the Office of th^ Jtegimer df Deeds
of Durham’ ■ CeUnty, ;Nora Caro
lina, default having b«h tnade in
the payment .the indebtedness
thereby secured and Old dfeed of
trust being by the terms thereof
subject to foreclosure, the under
signed ’Trustee will offer for sale
at public auction to the highest
bidder for ctsh at the Courthouse
door in Durhami NoAb Carolina,
at NOON, on tbe 4th day of April,
1961, the property conveyed in
said deed of trust the same lying
and being in the County of Dur
ham and State of North Carolina,
in Durham Township, and. more
particularly described as follows:
BEGINNING AT a stake in the
propery line on the southern side
Eva Belle Street; ^ence North 85
comer of Lot No., 8 in Block D
of the plat' hereinafter referred to
and running- thence South 4 de
grees 14’ West 186.1 feet to a
stake; thence South 88 degrees 9
minutes East 6O.96 feet to a stake;
Dodge - Dart -
Lancer
TRADE-INS .
57 Dodge - 4 D«ior .. 1195
54 Dodge . 4 Door .. 39S
58 Do^e . 2 Dr. H.T. 149S
59 Plymouth - 4 Door 1795
54 (Nds. . 4 br. 495
56 Ford ■ 2 Dr 795
53 Pontiac • 2 Door .. 495
59 Simca • 4 Door .. 995
M Chevrolet • 4 Door 1395
57 Deaoto . 4 H. T. 1295
57 Fiurd Vktoinn .... 1095
56 Dodge - 2 Door .. 795
Uniyersity
Motors, Inc.
Dodge Sales A Service
Op*n 'Til f P. M.
M6 W. Main St. Ph. MI-1931
. N. a . .
baby daughter, Jacqueline Dianne,
who Was born on November
Club prizes were won by Mrs
Janice Fisher, first; Mrs. Minnie
Williams, second; Mrs. Gloria
Hubbard, booby; and the guesi
prize went to Mrs. Day F. Reed.
Other members of the club are:
Mrs. Doris Garrett, Mrs. Marion
Thorne, Mrs. B. V. Allen, Mrs. M.
Jeanne Lucas, Mrs. Bernice Marsh.
Mrs. Olivia Weaver, Mrs. Thelmi
Byrd and Mrs, Edith Johnson.
thence North 4 degrees 14’ East
182.9 feet to a stcke in the-prop
erly line on the southern side of
Ewa Beie Street; thence North 85
degreesl 46’ West 60 feet to a
stake, the point and place of the
beginning and Being a, b, and c
sections of Lot No. 9 in Block D
of Davis Crest as per plat and . sur
vey thereof by R. M. Pickard, En
gineer, dated March, 1950, and
now filed in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Durham County in
Plat Book —, page — to which
reference is hereby made for a
more particular description of
same.
This propertjj will be hold sub
ject to all prior,erieumbrances and
all xprior and 1960 Ad Valorem
taxes.
This sale will remain open for
ten (10) days to receive increased
bids as required by law.
J. J. HENDERSON, Trustee
WILLIAM A. MARSH, JR.
Attorney
This 28th day of Febrliary, 1961.
March 4, 11, 18, 25.
Continued from 5-A
home.
Come and worship with us.
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lished in the Hayestown news sec
tion, send it to, Sandra Alston,
219, East End Ayenue, or tele
phone her at 681-ill5.
"Wilmingfon
Continued from 5-A
Ji’bberwock were: Sorors Cora
Cora Fitch, Ruth Brown, and Doris
Walker of Wilson; and Soror Ra
chel Richardson of Goldsboro, all
guests of Soror Augusta Coper,
President of the Wilmington Alum
nae Chapter.
"Classes
Continued from 3-A
Dance Classes: instructor:
Miss Shirley Bennett
Modern and Creative—Rhythm for
Girls
Tuesday, March 14-May 16
Ages; 7-10-3:254:25 p.m.
1950 MERCURY
2 Door Std.
Radio and Heater
Nothing Down and $15.00
on A. P. C.
1951 DODGE
4 Door Autohnatic
Radio and Heater
Nothing Down and $15.00
on A. P. C.
Call 682-7609
803 N. N. MANGUM ST.
For Men and Boys
POLL PARROT
For Children
QUEEN QUAUTY
AND AC(^T
For Women
S SHOES
Open Evening
TU 9 P. IVf.
LAKEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
200 CHAPEL HILL kOAD
SONG of SPRfNG
“Blaster Time Is ’The ’ftihie For;
Eggs . . . And TTie Time for Eggs
is Easter Time” . . . you don’t
find any eggs at RUTH GORDON
FASHIONS,. but you WILL find
plenty of "smart Chicks” who se
lect their wardrobes there. Be you
a “smart young chick,” or a “wise
old Hen” . . . shop at RUTH GOR
DON’S where styles begin ... be
it your figure, or be it your purse
... we have the clothes as well
as the verse . . . something new
is always on call . . . aKd exciting
to fit the “Fat or thin,Vthe short
or tall ... ■ i,|;
Ruth >6oriMi
Fashion^
122 1/4 E. Main St., DuHnitn, N. C
Ladies and Men
SHOES i?
$4.95 - $30.|^,
Shoe Coi
211 E. Main Street
. Durfaam, N..d}
1X)TS TO TEENS
A Large Aswi^tment
of all the finery
Needed:
V DRESSES, SUPS,;
IL^S, GWVE^fJ
' FOR GIW^ ' ;
S1Z68 S I
And for the Little
Boys:
SUITS, SPORT
COATS, PANTS &
SETS
Sizes Infant thru Toddler
(and at the Lakewood Store
Size 7)
TOTS TO TEENS
— 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS —
210 Corcoran Street Lakewood Shopping Center
SHARYN LYNN SHOPPE
Save Now On ^
DRESSES, Sizes24‘/2
DUSTER ENSEMBLES
SUITS BY KIRKLAJVD HALL
TOPPERS - DUSTERS - SPORTSWEAR
SHARYN LYNN SHOPPE
123 E. Main Street
Dttriutm, N. C.
Lay Away Now For Easter
-VISIT-
50c Will Hold Any Dress Until Easter
your selection .now while our stocks are com-
l^ete. Come in and see
Mrs. Phyllis Watkins
Girls' Easter
HATS
and
Hind Bag Sets
$1.00 to 2.98
Children’s Easter
DRESSES
1-3; 4-6X; 7-14
$1.98 to 3.9S.
Many Othei* Items To
Choose From
OPEN FRIDAY NITE ’TIL 9:00 P. M.
317-319-321 W. M^iin St.
Durhanii N. C.
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