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MISS YVILLA MAE CLOER
MARRIES JOHN TIPPETT
Miss Willa Mae Cloer, daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Cloer,
of Franklin, and John Daniel j
rippett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Tippett, also of Franklin, were
married Saturday, June 30, at 3:30
p. m. at the home of the Rev.
Babs in Seneca, S. C.
The double-ring ceremony was !
The bride wore a white lace
dress with matching accessories. I
Her corsage was a white orchid.
She is a graduate of Franklin High
School and is now employed in
The groom also is a graduate
of Franklin High School and is
employed in Franklin.
After a wedding trip to Myrtle
Beach, S. C., the couple will make
their home in Franklin.
Those from Franklin attending
the wedding were Miss Patricia
Cloer, sister of the bride, William
Andrew Cloer, Jr., brother of the
bride, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Grover English, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ballew, of
Beckley, W. Va., and Mrs. Ruby
Ohea, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,
were overnight guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Siler last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rink, of
Rockville, Md., are visiting Mrs.
Rink's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCollum
and son, Jimmy, and Tommy Mc
Collum, spent a week recently in
Eufaula, Ala., visiting Mrs. Mc
Collum's father, and in Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cabe and
three children, and Mr. Cabe's
father, John T. Cabe, all of Moore
ville, spent a few days here last
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
Dehart and Mr. and Mrs. Billy
| Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hunter and
i four children, Johnny, Judy, Billy,
and "Chuckie," have returned to
their home in Hazel Park, Mich.,
after a week's visit here with Mrs.
Hunter's mother, Mrs. Zeb Conley,
and other relatives.
Sfc. Mason's Regiment
Sfc. Kenneth C. Mason recently
took part in the 18th Infantry
Regiment's 'Organization Day"
ceremonies at Fort Riley, Kan.,
the Army Home Town News Cen
ter announced this week.
He is the son of Paul C. Mason
and the husband of Mi s. Elizabeth
Mason, both of Franklin, Route 4.
A squad leader in the regiment's
Company C, Sfc. Mason was last
stationed in Germany. He is a
graduate of Franklin High School
and entered the army In 1950.
His regiment is part of the 1st
Infantry Division and it was cele
brating its 95th birthday with
the ceremonies, the announcement
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale vested in the under
signed trustee by a deed of trust
executed by O. H. Burnside and
wife. Ruth Burnside, dated the
15th day of December, 1955. and
recorded in the office of Register
of Deeds for Macon County, North
Carolina in Building & Loan Book
No. 4. page 386. said deed of trust
having been executed to secure
certain indebtedness therein set
forth, and default in the payment
of said indebtedness having been
made, I will on Monday, the 6th
day of August, 1956, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the courthouse door in
Franklin, North Carolina, sell to
the highest bidder for cash the
following described land:
All the land described in a
deed from S. F. Roberts and
?wife. Jessie Lee Roberts to Dr.
O. H. Burnside, dated January
16. 1948, and recorded in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds
for Macon County. North Caro
lina in Deed Book U-5. page 347.
This the 5th day of July. 1956.
G. A JONES. Jr.
Jlyl2 ? 4tc ? CBL ? A2
EXECUTRIX NOTICE t
Having qualified as executrices r
of the estate of Frank G. North, r
deceased, late of Macon County, s
N. C., this is to notify all persons r
having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned on or before
the 21st day of June, 1957, or this j
notice will be plead in bar of their .
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
mediate settlement. t
This 21st day of June, 1956. i
Mrs. Ethelind N. Roberts *
Mrs. Frances N. Bailey ?
Jly5 ? 6tp ? A9
NORTH CAROLINA i
MACON COUNTY S
Under and by virtue of the j
power of sale contained in a Deed
of Trust, dated the 24th day of
May, 1952, by R. W. Watkins and
wife, Nancy Howard Watkins and j
recorded in Book 44, at page 212 .
in the office of the Register of ,
Deeds of Macon County, North t
Carolina and under and virtue of 1
the authority vested in the under
signed, as substituted Trustee, by '
an instrument of writing dated .
the 31 day of May, 1956 and re- .
corded in Book H-6 at page 596 .
in the office of the Register of 1
Deeds for Macon County, North .
Carolina, default having been ,
[ made in the payment of the in- ,
debtedness thereby secured, and ,
the said Deed of Trust being, by ,
1 its term, subject to foreclosure, ; *
and the holder of the indebted- 1
ness secured thereby having de
manded a foreclosure thereof for .
j the purpose of satisfying said in
debtedness, the undersigned sub
jstituted Trustee will offer for sale .
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Courthouse
door in Franklin, Macon County,
I North Carolina at 12:00 o'clock
noon on the 20 day of July, 1956
the land described in said Deed of
Trust as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake at i
the edge of South Fourth Street
in the Town of Highlands,
North Carolina, said stake be
ing the 5th corner of the land
described in the deed from W.
H. Cobb and wife to Sara
Gilder, dated July 22, 1941, re- ,
corded in Deed Book V-5, page
280, Records of Macon County,
North Carolina; and runs S 25
degrees E 39 feet to an Iron
pipe, the 4th and Southwest
corner of said land described in
the deed above referred to
from Cobb to Gilder; thence S
11 degrees 20 minutes E 12 feet
to a stake; thence S 68 degrees
E 193 to a pipe; thence S
11 degrees 20 minutes E 203
feet to an iron pipe; thence N
85 degrees W 221 feet to an
iron pipe; thence N 15 degrees
W 47 feet to an iron pipe in
the center of the driveway:
thence with the center of said
driveway as follows: S 83 de
grees 30 minutes W 81 feet; N
75 degrees 30 minutes W 41
feet and N 57 degrees 30 min
utes W 65 feet to an iron pipe
in the center of South Fourth
Street; thence with the center
of said Street as follows: N 36
degrees 30 minutes E 140 feet
and N 29 degrees E 137 feet to
an iron pipe; thence S 65 de
grees E 22 feet to the place of
This is the same land describ
ed in a deed from W. H. Cobb
and wife, Martha P. Cobb, to
R. W. Watkins and wife, Nancy
Howard Watkins, dated May
24, 1952. 1
And also all furniture, equip
ment and fixtures as is more
fully described and included in
said Deed of Trust now located
I on said premises.
This the 18 day of June. 1956.
G. L. HOUK,
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Having qualified as executor of
the Estate of Laura V. Kimzey,
deceased, late of Macon County,
N/C., this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them
o the undersigned on or before
he 20 day of June, 1957, or thto
lotice will be plead in bar of their
ecovery. All persons indebted to
aid estate will please .make iro*
This 20 day of June, 1956.
J. H STOCKTON
r28? 6tp? A2
Having qualified as administra
or C. T. A. of the ertate of Addle
C. Barnard, deceased, late of Ma
on County, N. C., this is to notify
ill persons having claims against
he estate of said deceased to ex
ribit them to the undersigned on
<r before the 25th day of June,
.957, or this notice will be plead
n bar of their recovery. All per
;ons indebted to said estate will
>lease make immediate settlement.
This 25th day of June. 1956.
J. LEE BARNARD.
Administrator C. T. A.
128? 6tc? A2
Under and by virtue of the
>ower of sale vested in the un
iersigned trustee by a deed of
rust executed by Jeff Ramey,
Widower, Neville Ramey and wife,
Wae Ramey, dated the 1st day
)f June, 1953. and recorded in
he ofice of the Register of Deeds
'or Macon County, North Caro
ina, in Book No. 46, page 152 of
Mortgages and Deeds of Trust,
said deed of trust having been.
;xeeuted to secure certain indebt
?dness hi' ng been made. I will
>n Mom <?y. the 23rd day of July,
1956. at 12 o'clock noon at the
:ourthouse door in Franklin, North
Carolina, sell to the highest bidder
tor cash the following described
Lots No. 25 and 26 of the sub
division of the W. C. Allman
land as surveyed and platted
by J. F. Shope and J. R. Brad
ley, surveyors, in 1945, the plat
of which is recorded in the
office of Register of Deeds for
Macon County, N. C. in Plat
Book No. 1, page 112, except
ing therefrom all the lands de
scribed in a deed from T. J.
Ramey and wife to Grady
Ramey, by deed dated April 30,.
1951, and recorded in office at
Register of Deeds for Macon
County, N. C. in Book Z-5 of
Deeds, page 343.
This 22nd day of June. 1956.
R. S. 'JONES, Trustee?
J28 ? 4tc ? Jlyl9
Having qualified in Macon
County, North Carolina, as An
cillary Executrix of the estate of
Jennie M. Blanchard, deceased,
late of Putnam County, State of
Florida, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said
estate to exhibit them to J. H.
Stockton, Resident Process Agent,
Franklin. North Carolina, on or
before the 14th day of June, 1957,
or this notice will be pleaded In
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement.
This the 12th day of June, 1956.
Mabel S. Green
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Have You Paid Your
1955 County Taxes?
ALL PROPERTY ON WHICH 1955 TAXES
ARE NOT PAID BEFORE JULY 31, 1956
WILL BE ADVERTISED AND SOLD AS
PROVIDED BY LAW.
CHECK YOUR RECEIPTS AND BE SURE.
J. Harry Thomas