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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 1, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday february 1,1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina pc nine anti diversion its urge adorable reports upon ills against diversion heave to five hundreds opponents of Highway fund Divernon appear before joint legislative finance committee Raleigh feb. I. A amp a around 600 opponents of any Highway fund diversion led by apus m. Waynick former Highway commission chairman urged the joint legislative finance Compo i Nee yesterday afternoon favor ably to report Bills pledging the legislature against diversion. At the same time representable. A. Joint appropriations committee that he and other committee members would fight to reduce in Era i fund appropriations $936,187 for each year of the l9 39-41 biennium under budget recommendations. He said he favored allotments on the basis if 1936-37 operations. Representative Stone of Roek in Glia in. U it it no k Cli a lies i Lee of Asheville former senator in. L. Spence of Carthage and e. In. Jeffres of Greensboro Anither former Highway commit noon chairman led the Antl i ivors Lonist Waynick said he Felt that balancing Tho budget by us of of Highway funds would a be Des Truc Tivey to the Highway system or otherwise he would not have fused to Back a proposed constitutional amendment to pro Bibit diversion. Waynick said it would be i by i Ness Folly Quot and an admin Ision of Quot an absolute breakdown Jot North Carolina state Man Lii pm to divert Highway Money if you confess your inability to raise Money any other Way Quot Waynick warned Quot so surely will your successors be called upon to Correct this Stone said that he had the Good roads Bills pledging the legislature against dive s i it it i ii Awn after he Learned of Quot a fiscal policy to balance the budget by Transfer of $7,000,000 of Highway the budget proposal is that up to . Tyo if needed May be taken from landline receipts and used in the i Lee spoke for the travellers protective and United commercial travellers groups. Spent said he did not believe that a situation existed under which the Only Wray to balance the budget was to use Highway funds for other purposes and Jeffress urged use of All Highway revenues for words. In the appropriation group the bloc reducing appropriations hopped off around $14,000 from the appropriation for the depart Ament of Public instruction re during the Money recommended from $93,822 for 1939-40 and mf2,09� for 1940-41 to $99,230 each year on motion of senator is Park of Gaston. A motion to put the figure at $78,733 year was superseded by Separk a proposal. Pickens told the committee that the tax payers expected the committee to Stop the increase in state expenses which have jumped from $103,203,765 in 1933-35 to $1 53,514,547 recommended for 1939-41. Representative cat Fey of Guilford House appropriations chairman also commented that the tax payers wanted to see this legislature hold Down expenses. N. Is eleventh in Rea increase Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel ralk1gh, Jan. 31. A adding 4,908 to the number of farms served with electricity North Carolina stood eleventh in the states in absolute increase in Rural electrification service during 11938, according to statistics prepared by the Edison Institute and published recently in the electrical world Trade journal. According to these figures North Carolinas increase carried the total number of electrified farms in the slate to 37,100, which ranked it also Eele nth in the United states. The tar Heel increase figure was a exceeded by Pennsylvania in the Middle Atlantic states Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin in the East North Central group Iowa in the West North Central Georgia in the South Atlantic Alabama in the East South Central and Washington in the Pacific states. The Edison summary of Central station customers of All sorts in North Carolina showed an increase of 35,272 for the year the total jumping from 342,410 to 377,682. Residential customers increased 27,104 from 268,096 to 295.200. Commercial lighting and Small Power customers jumped 2,793 from 37,207 to 40,000. Wholesale Power was sold to 3,700 customers at the end As compared with 3,421 at the beginning of 1938 a a gain of 459. / inc ingredients in Cap Udine Are so efficiently combined that headaches neuralgia and muscular pains Are quickly relieved. Try this delightful remedy. Note How quickly Comfort returns you feel More cheerful and nerves become steadier. All drug stores. Mua 10c-30c-60c Antis lambast administration proposal to divert $7,000,000 Highway funds in next biennium in Long hearing by Henry Averill Raleigh feb. had their Day in court committee to be exact yesterday afternoon and they made the Best of it too. For a full hour and a half they lambasted the administration proposal to divert $7,000,000 of Highway funds in the next biennium and lambasted it with a Fervour almost religious. Beginning with a Brief introduction by representative Clarence e. Stone of Rockingham and closing with the unscheduled and unsolicited contribution of a self styled a dirt Farmer a the speakers opposed to the proposed Transfer marshalled a Long array of facts figures and argument. They presented it before a tremendous crowd that packed to the Point of suffocation the big finance committee hearing room on the fourth floor of the Revenue building. At least a thousand persons tried to Jam their Way in most succeeded but those who stood outside the door and held indignation meetings of their own. From the time that Capus Waynick former Highway commission chairman and now editor of the High Point Enterprise opened fire to the very end committee members As Well As the crowd listened intently Aud the Only time that attention lagged was when there was a counter diversion in the form of a bellowing and billowing speech by Nash a representative Claude Abernathy an orator of unparalleled lung Power in the adjoining appropriations committee room. Nobody could Tell just what Claude was saying but nobody could escape knowledge that he was saying it vigorously. The Only difference in his and the anti diversion speeches however Lay in the Little matter or volume As the latter were just As vigorous but in a slightly lower key. Technically they were speaking for the Good roads Bill a measure which would assert the policy of North Carolina to spend ail gasoline tax Money on its roads. Actually the talks were All against a and they did mean a a against with a capital a a a Aud an exclamation Point diversion. Many angles there were so Many angles to the opposition that to give any the Lead would be to ignore others of equal news and interest value. Diversion was charged with being everything except i Cor Mun iat or Hitler inspired and 2 in violation of the Mann White slave act. Practically every other fault under the Sun was Laid to its door. Among the dozen or so speakers Only one represented the Quot Petroleum interests to which the anti diversion Campaign has been Laid. Only one other speaker a a. Broughton representing the associated general control Torso could by any stretch of imagination be called a a tool of special in chronological order Here show the oratorical team lined up or. Waynick Charles g. Lee of Asheville attorney for the travellers protective association u. A Spence of Moore county chairman of the Senate roads committee in 1935 e. B. Jeffress former chairman of the Highway commission h. B. Caldwell state master of the Grange John d. Gold editor of the we Ilson Dally times h. Man. John of Willard president of the Rural latter carriers association a. L. Horner a hotel operator from Henderson j. T. Maloney of Fayetteville s. Gilmer Sparger chairman of the North Carolina Petroleum industries committee and or. Broughton. At the conclusion of the regular presentation of speakers Charles Ross counsel f or the Highway department posed the question of the diversions effect on North Carolinas Federal Road Aid funds. Keen thrusts Here Are just a few of the keenest thrusts of the Antis or. Waynick a a it a a question whether there is a real surplus which can be diverted. We have invested $229,000,000 in our Highway system and it would be the grossest of blunders to permit this investment to go to wreck and ruin i have no sentiment about a sacred fund. Its a simple business Issue. ,. There is already a hidden diversion of $2, 600.000 annually $1,500,000 for prison maintenance in excess of items properly chargeable to the highways $95,000 for the parole setup $140,000 for the probation commission $9,000 collected in inspection fees and turned into the general fund. It would be utter business Folly which would cause a Complete breakdown of North Carolina s financial or. Lee a every one of the 10.000 t. P. A s i have talked to is opposed to this former senator Spence a it is suggested by gossip that you plan to divert this $7,000,000 and then Issue $5,000,000 Bonds for Road use. Why done to you have the courage to Issue these Bonds for the purposes for which you propose to spend them. We should be Loyal to the memory of Frank Page and True to his great or. Caldwell a it is false Economy to increase the operating Cost of schools by robbing the Road funds. The Farmer still Hopes to get out of living in the mud and we believe that All Money collected for roads should be so or. Gold a if you have the right to divert these Road funds then you have the right to divert any funds at All. I am getting Down to the a Din facts the distribution of fur Mpr Ducc Means i heres the answer to the important question just what makes or. Kieran so smart by Paul Ross Nea service staff correspondent new York. Feb. I. To Hie millions of radio fans who gasp a gosh How can one Guy be so smart a after listening to John Kieran the sports writer on the a information please program tuesday nights it can be reported that Kieran i does no to think he a so smart and 2 is a personality More amazing than i. Memory and encyclopedic knowledge. John Kieran would be a disappointment to people who have studied newspapermen As presented in the movies. He is a Short red faced Blue eyed. Grey haired big eared irishman with a smile like a Street urchins instead of being a strapping Pale face dark eyed dark haired Adonis with a smile fit to break a Maiden heart. He Speaks English not Gutteres and replies to a question with an answer instead of a Wise crack. He does no to Wear his hat on the Side of his head and his pants Are pressed. A a when he visits another City he Heads for the planetarium or Art museum instead of a local Gin Hilll when he travels in Pullman cars we 11 h some of his friends he sits in the smoking car swapping poetry instead of dirty stories. When he rides the subway he read Tennyson instead of Smarty magazines. When lie has time off he takes walks i in the Fields or Woods to study if size Means anything. Edward Beeten Pennsylvania track candidate from Narbuth bought the Flowers Trees and Birds. I to be Able to toss the Iron Ball right out of Franklin Field. Beeten who stands six feet eight inches is pictured As the Quaker tricksters held an Early outdoor workout in Philadelphia. Makes friends with artists and m Tad Cis us plays the piano composes Little songs writes poetry a and Isnit ashamed to admit any of it. Kieran is confident of but unimpressed by. Either his know Edge or his memory. The happiness and Prosperity or he explains hts grasp of the North Carolina and diversion worlds Fine literature this Way Maer this distribution Imossi a 1 in literate. In addition i grew do you know As much As Kieran tilt amazing John Kieran answered flies extremely varied question of you bad sat in his shoes during the a information please radio program could you have done tin same turn to Page i for the Correct answers As Kieran Gate them. I. Why might a gentleman in tempted not to keep a Date with a Melanin heroic female i. Define dutchman s breeches i. What is Mizzle i. A an you eat an Alderman 5. W Fiat would a gentleman do if a woman sitting across from him in tin subway started to Nice state 6. Of what significance in american history was Little big Horn and the Ilcau up 7. Gould you Ratch a Silver fish with a Hook line Aud sinker s. A Man was sued for divorce on the grounds that he was a . Wuu you explain the nature of this charge i. What is a Shrike 10. Or. Kieran knew the Little known quotation by Keats dealing with the a cup that do you 11. Wilt was the Xiii fan in vanity Lair 12. Do you know How Many eyes were on Casey when Casey struck out 18. What part does sutters Mill play in american history la. Of a trotting horse Ami a running Horst were rating against each other on which one would you bet school teachers. father a a College president. Mother and Sisters were teachers. In fad i was a teacher a he adds giving that Grin of his. Natural history is his first Hobby. Art is his second. Astronomy his third. Music his fourth. He never took a lesson yet he plays All the masters. A i play Worth Reading at ail. Most of the books i read now in be read ten or a Hundred times Kieran was born in 1892 about a mile from where he now lives what he likes. When he got oui of College he read Blackstone for amusement a because i enjoyed his when he was working on a construction Job he read French by earn mine Are big enough Quot i literature while Riding Back and he comments. He taught himself on a player piano. Whenever he came to a hard part he put on a player Roll and observed where the Keps dropped Down then copied. A a in mall right As Long As there no real pianist around a he says. He makes no Effort to Mentor or Horner a divert and Stop Road construction and you Stop creating values in North or. Maloney a we Are opposed to diversion because we believe in Public safety. We pull in battered and bloody cars and the cause is often neither the car nor the Driver. Its the or. Broughton a this is not a political question but one of principle. If we divert these funds we Are creating a peril and sowing the seeds of distrust. ,. Diversion As a policy is destructive of the Highway system. Is dangerous and is a breach of Trust. Industries who favor diversion to avoid higher taxes on them Are shortsighted. If it is continued there will be a deficit in All funds the people will Rise and these industries will suffer from taxes such As they have never Felt up with it. family were All ize what he reads and he reads Forth to work. Today he reads newspapers hut few modern books. A a it a too much like chewing a lot of Hay before you come to something to he says. A i follow old Law radio Hearn on the subject of books. La radio said if a Book in t Worth Reading twice it in t in the Bronx. His father was John Kieran who knows All the answers says a a in a president of Hunter College. There were seven children in the family. John went to the Public schools then c. N. Y., finally Fordham where he graduated cum laude at 19. While at c. N. Y., he was Captain of the baseball team a member of the fancy diving team and took part in inter class track and basketball. Notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff or. D. A. Stanton. Walter h. Robinson. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january 1939. In that certain cause entitled a City of High Point a. Or. D. A. Stanton ,.walter a Robinson it a1,&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment hens. I will offer for Sale and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main Street. City of High Point n cat 11 00 a Mon the 6th Day of March. 1939, the following described parcel of land on Washington Street beginning at a stake on the North in West Side of North main Street thence South along n. Main Street 24 feet to the beginning. Being the South 24 feet of lot conveyed to a h. In ton Street and running thence n. I along West Side of said Alley 150 feet to e. D. Steel line thence West along steel s line 40 feet to or mar idol. By j. Stevenson and wife i tins line thence along or. Martin s dated March 25, 1913, and recorded in Book 256, Page 567 in the office of the Register of deeds for Guilford county. N. This the 1st Day of february 1939. H l. Baumgardner commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 line South 150 feet to a stake on North Side of e. Washington Street East 40 i feet to beginning. This the 1st Day of february. 1939. H. L. Baumgardner. Commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so mrs. Emma Hedgecock and wife Essie hedge cock it a1. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of Side of e Washington Street being the j january. 1939. In that certain cause Southwest intersection of Gaylord St and a Washington Street running the Malayan slow Loris when. A resting or sleeping hangs Bur a Ong the West Side of Gaylord a1 a u k Street n. 9 degrees e 1493 feet to an Pended by us feet from the Hough of a tree. Notice or commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so w p Pickett estate of. Wrenn and reborn Perry. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january. 1939, in that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point a. A p. Pickett estate to p. Wrenn and Seborn Perry it a1,&Quot which Cavise is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment Lien. I will offer for Sale and will Bell to the Taal and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building in South main Street City of High Point n. Cat h of a. Mon the 6th Day of March Iron stake thence along line of h p. Hosiery Mills North 87 degrees 30 minutes w. 63>� feet to an Iron stake entitled a City of High Point is. Mrs. Emma Brower. Everett Hedgecock and wife Essie Hedgecock it a1.&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment liens i will offer for Sale thence along line of Daniel Brooks 6. And win sell to the j ast and highest 7 degrees 45 minutes w 1721 a feet to a stake on North Side of Al Washington Street thence along n line of e Washington Street n. 82 degrees 45 minutes e. 60 feet to beginning this the list Day of february 1939. H. L Baumgardner commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners s Ile j North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so or d a Stanton. S. H Anderson. R f. Williamson and w. H Patterson. Board of trustees of african m e Church and v. A j idol. To. For High Point perpetual building a loan association. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january 1939 in that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. D. A Stanton. Charles Drake son r. F. Williamson and w. H. Patterson. Board of trustees of african m e Church and v. A. J. Idol to. For High Point perpetual building is loan association la of a. M., on the 6th Day of March. 1939, the following described parcel of land on Rockwell Street being lots 134. 135, 136. 137, 138. 139. 140 141. 142, 143 and 144 of the plat of Rowland Park As recorded in the off in of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. N. C., in plat Book 3. Page 60 this the 1st Day of february. 1939, h l. Baumgardner commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of Cox mis signers Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff p m. Davis. J. A Blair and Blair Richardson to. For Springfield monthly meeting of friends under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City 1939. The following described parcel of of High Point on the 30th Day of land on Wrenn Street beginning at a Point on the Southeast Corner of South main Street and e. High Street almost opposite the Entrance to building occupied by Atlantic Bank at Trust co. Now known As n. Bank at to. tit nce b. 11 30 East and with the Eastern margin of sidewalk on s. Main Street 137.8 feet More or Leas to Corner in line of property of the j. Welch estate thence n. 78-30 East with aforesaid Welch line 203 feet to a Corner near the Western margin of sidewalk on West aide of South Wrenn Street thence North 11-30 West 186.1 feet to a Point on the Southwest Corner where s Wrenn Street and e. High Street intersects thence s. 68-50 West and along the Southern margin of e. High Street. 80-87 feet to a Corner in or near the Eastern Wall of the Elwood hotel thence continuing along e. High Street South 85-38 w. 58 05 feet to a Corner thence continuing along East High Street South 67-4 West 71.35 feet to Point of beginning. This the 1st Day of february. 1939. H. L. Baumgardner commit sooner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a Van d. A. Stanton. Mrs. Louise Clinard Wrenn. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january 1939. In tint certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. D. A. Stanton. ,. Mrs. Louise Clinard Wrenn. It a1.&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving a sek sment liens i will offer for Sale and win sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main Street City of High Point. N. C., at 11 00 a. M., on the 6th Day of March 1039, the following described parcel of land on Washington Street beginning at a stake on East Washington Street being the n. E. Intersection of fourth Street and e. Washington Street and running thence in an Eastern direction 150 feet along e Washington Street to a stake thence n. 115 feet along Rankin Teague and Welches line to a stake thence in a Western direction 150 feet along other property of m. J. Wrenn to a stake on fourth Street thence s. 115 feet along fourth Street to beginning this the 1st Day of february. 1939. H. L Baumgardner commissioner. 2-1 8-13-28 january 1939. In that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. P. Davis j. J. Blair and Blair Richardson to. For Springfield monthly meeting of friends it a1,&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment liens i will offer for Sale and will sell to the last Aud highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main Street. City of High Point. N. C., at 11 00 a. Mon the 6th Day of March. 1939. The following described parcel of lane1 on Highland Avenue beginning at an Iron stake on the West Side of Highland Avenue Southeast Corner of pentecostal Church lot thence South 27 degrees 19 minutes West 183.31 feet to an Iron stake on West Side of said Highland Avenue Pearl Greenwood Corner thence North 69 degrees 44 minutes West 138 17 feet to an Iron stake thence North 59 degrees West 233.34 feet to an Iron stake in g. Of Greenwood s line thence South 71 degrees 32 minutes East 207.06 feet to an Iron stake Northwest Corner of pentecostal Church lot thence South 23 degrees 08 minutes West 50 feet to an Iron stake Southwest corp bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main j which cause 7s Vav be Dinv for the ii t Fay. March segment urns. I will offer for Sale in in s s parcel 01 flu my t0 la �?�<1 highest land on n main fat reel. J bidder for Cash at the front door of beginning at an Iron stake in Edge lie county building on South main of High Point and Winston Salem i Street. City of High Point n c at hard surfaced Road he Decock and Ytse la 00 a m on the 6th d of m h new Corner thence eastward along 11939. The following described parcel of Everett Hedgecock a line 200 it. To l. Und on Washington Street beginning at a Stone on East Side of Welch line thence northward 15 it. Along l. Welch s line to Frank to see a Der no. 12255 with Standard equipment to operate from High frequency Charger circuit 220-60-3 with the following attached motors 5 h. P. No. 4601436. 5 h p. 4593-33. To h. P. 4287538. To h. P. No. 4846084 and to a p. No. 4731472. Also general electric 133 Kwh frequency Charger no. 4528933 i Type itt form Quot by driven by 20 h p. I induction motor no. 455936 and War Jing i double end spindle attached to in f. Motor no. 86401 i wonder drum Sander 18 Inch round table with la p. Motor no. 28156 i engineering Belt Sander Grill with l h. P. Motor no. 5054342 i Wysong at Mills variety Belt Sander no 273 with 3 h. P. Motor no. 110262 i Delapp Sander with l h. P. Motor no. 96299 i l g. Mcknight double driven Sander with 5 h. P. Motor no. D05o8a i Wysong amp Mills Belt Sander no. 171 with slide table 5 feet 6 inches by 3c inches and 2 h. P. Motor no. 4454139 i Nash no. 40 54 Inch sex spindle automatic lathe Sander serial no. 1229916 5 h. P. Motor no. It. G i Yates 31 Inch 3 drum endless bed Sander no. 431�?with 5 h. P motor nos. 4181619. 7l h. P. No. 4143927. 5 h. P. No. 4182118 i Greenlee to spindle multiple Boring machine no. 366 with 5 h. P. Motor no. 4849296 2-spindle horizontal Borer with 3 h. P. Motor no. 2318586 attached 2-spindle Industrial electric c company horizontal Borer no. 82 with 2 h. P. No. 101852 motor attached 2-spindle horizontal Industrial electric company Borer with 2 h. P. Motor no. 115571 motor attached 2-Sptndle horizontal Industrial electric company 2 h. P. No. 106221 motor attached 2-Splndle horizontal Industrial electric company Borer with 2 h. P no. 106222 motor attached i Gallmeyer at Livingston electric vertical Borer with i h. P motor without number i double spin die horizontal Borer no. 15 without motor i new Advance double spindle friction shaper 40x52 inches with built in motor i Heath single spindle shaper no. 5028 with in h. P. Motor no. 9041715 i Mattoon 42 Inch automatic turning lathe no. 57-d serial no. 9119 with hollow Chuck attachment and 15 h. P. Motor no. 4592411 i Harrington a Champion picker 20 inches diameter x 16 feet Clyl Nurr Belt feed 2 h. P. Motor no. 54723 attached i Singer sewing machine head no. 31-11 serial g9873656 junk i Singer sewing machine head no 78-3 serial aa634737 junk i pal Fairbanks platform Scales i Horary cloth Cutter no. 21822 i vertical cloth Cutter 16902 i rotary cloth Cutter no. 17450 i Burke 12 Inch Bench Type vertical Drill press no 2 i Yates double end head grinder no. J37 i Defiance automatic knife grinder 36 Carriage m-12-13-14 Are Belt driven from a single Shaft by a 3 h. P. Motor no. 659978 i 8 in ii Black Diamond saw filing machine with one sixth h. P. Motor built in no. 46824 i saw Clamp size 87-a i Black at Decker 6 Inch Joe Neh grinder with motor no. D28727 i Carter electric Router hg-2 no. Tra701 Dodds carvery Ball bearing 3 h. P motor no. 90245 i Ball bearing Carver with 2 h. P belted motor no. 63745 i Porter Carver with Ball bearing i h. P. Motor no. 1749�?T i ii arid Bench Type air Router no. 1048 i spindle carving Sander with Lincoln 2 h. P. Sleeve bearing motor no. 66793 i Ball bearing spindle Sander with 2 h. P. Star motor no. 68063 i Van Dom l Inch electric Drill serial 154426 i Tan Dom a Inch electric Drill serial 120715 i Van Dom l Inch electric Drill serial 131288 i Thor electric 3� Inch screw Driver serial ubl26037 i Thor electric a Inch Crew Driver serial ubg22989 i Thor electric 3 Inch screw Driver serial ubg25987. I Thor electric 3i Inch screw Driver serial ubu69631 i Thor air driven screw Driver no. 191577 i Thor air driven screw Driver no. 216132 i Thor air driven screw Driver no. 257680 i Ingersol Rand pneumatic Drill size 6 serial no. A8s65 i Thor pygmy pneumatic Drill serial no. 215648 i Thor pygmy pneumatic Drill serial no. 221984 i Mattoon electric hand Router no. 199a-7u2 i Black 8c Decker electric Drill serial m52919 i american hand turning lathe a no motor i Ajax Cutten spreading machine with tabla 26 feet 8 inches x Sil i Gardner 6 Inch x i Inch twon Cylinder air compressor no. 150027 with tank and my p motor no. 4221010 i Yates no. In tripod knife grinder no. with h p motor attached i Handy chair Damp no. U2 i Black at Decker a electric Drill 10463 9 homemade glue clamps and presses Bell Dowell pts notice of Sale of land under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a certain deed of Trust executed by Wilson upholstery company to d a Rawley. Trustee dated january 21, 1937, and recorded i the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. North Carolina. In Book 804, at Page 214. Default according to the terms of the be therein secured having been made in the payment of the same at the request and upon the demand of the Holder thereof i will offer for Sale at Public auction for Cash on the premises in the City of High Point North Carolina. On thursday. February 16 1939. At la of o clock a. A the following described real and personal property lying and being in Guilford county state of North Carolina High Point township 4 beginning at a stake located in the southerly line of English Street in the City of High Point which stake is 608 5 feet measured along said line of English Street in a Westerly direction from the intersection of said line of English Street with the Westerly line of West Point Avenue and being the Northwest Corner of the Marietta paint and color company property and running thence along said line of English driving machine no. 4248 motor at Street and running along Street 71 Corner thence Westward 200 it. To i of a it More or less to a Stone Corner High Point and Winston Salem hard surface Road thence with said Road 15 it. To the beginning till the 1st Day of february. 1939. H. L Baumgardner commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so l a. Leonard and wife Hallie Leonard Leonard manufacturing company. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of Church lot thence East with said line 213 feet to a Stone in j c Welchs line thence n 71 feet to a Stone thence along Beamons line 213 feet to beginning this the 1st Day of february. 1939. H l Baumgardner commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point a municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so or. D. A. Stanton. S. H. Ander and wife Beatrice Drake and w t. Taylor. To. For Mutual building at loan association under and by virtue of the authority of High Quot Point Quot on the Soth do of us Ltd la red commission january. 1939, in that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. L a. Leonard and wife Hallie Leonard Leonard manufacturing company it a1,&Quot which came is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment liens i will offer for Sale and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main Street. City of High Point. N. At 11 00 a. M., on the 6th Day of March. 1939, the following described parcel of land on Blain Avenue or under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High pint on the 30th Day of january 1939. In that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. D a. Stanton ,. Charles Drake and wife Beatrice Drake and w. T. Taylor. To. For Mutual building at loan association it a1.&Quot which cause la a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving assessment hens. I will offer for Salt and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main Blain streets East 150 feet to a stake or of pentecostal Church lot thence j thence North 50 feet to a stake thence South 71 degrees 32 minutes East 57 30 feet to the beginning this the lit Day of february. 1939. H. L. Baumgardner. Commissioner 2-1 8-15-22 notice of Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a a Var a a mrs. E. Brower a idol and wife Sarah l. Idol and w. Idol to. For Piedmont building at loan association it a1. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january 1939. In that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is. Mrs. E. Brower. A. H. Idol and wife Sarah l. Idol and a c. Idol. To. For Piedmont building at loan association it a1.&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street paving As weat 150 feet to a stake in Blain Street thence South with Blain Street 50 feet to the beginning being part of lots 5. 6. 7 of Block b of the Bridges plat. Plat Book 2, Page 68. This the 1st Day of february. 1939. H. L Baumgardner. Commissioner. 2-1 8-15-22 beginning at a stake on the East Iju Side of Blain Street too feet North.6 h of from the intersection of Bridges and a a lbs parc a land on Washington Street beginning at a stake Southeast Corner of Clifton Echols lot on the line of right of Way of the Southern railway thence along said right of Way of the Southern railway in an Eastern direction 60 feet to a stake the s. W. Corner of the lot of Bedie Alford. Thence along said Bodle Alford line in a Northern direction 200 feet. To a stake thence in a Southwest direction 48 feet to a stake thence in a Southern direction 195 feet to beginning save and except so much of said land As May be occupied by Street and railway right of Way. Lins the isl Day of february 1939. H. L Baumgardner. Commissioner. 2�?1 8-15-22 notice of commissioners Safe North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a tsp d. A Stanton. Daisy Williams Aud w c. Idol. To. For Piedmont building at loan association. Under anti by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commissioner under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january 1939, in that certain cause entitled Quot City of High Point is d. A Stanton. Daisy Williams and w a idol. To. For Piedmont building at loan association it a1.&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the segment liens. I will offer for tale foreclosure of certain Street paving As and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main segment liens i will offer for Sale and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of Street City of High Point. N. C., at a the county building on South main 11 00 a. Mon the 6th Day of March j Street City of High Point. N c. At 1939. The following described parcel of j 11 00 a no on the 6th Day of March land on a main Street 1939. The following described parcel of beginning at a stake to the wet land and Washington Street i Side of North Street Bob Kina beginning at a stake on the North Klades line to a stake thence Ortli i Side of e Washington Street same be i along a h idol s line 24 feel to n Trig at the inter Ruon of a 5 foot Al 1 take hence East 159 Lect w a stake it it us cd by e. D. Steel and e. notice of commissioners Sale North Carolina Guilford county lit the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation plaintiff a a so r. O Moore to Cox and wife Mae Cox under and by virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned commas Ion or under a certain judgment rendered in the municipal court for the City of High Point on the 30th Day of january. 1939 in that certain cause entitled a City of High Point is. R o. Moore ,. J. D. Cox and wife Mac Cox it a1,&Quot which cause is a proceeding for the foreclosure of certain Street Pax tug assessment liens. I will offer for Sale and will sell to the last and highest bidder for Cash at the front door of the county building on South main strict City cd High Point n cat Street South 49 degrees 46 minutes West 39 6 feet to a Point thence continuing along the South Side of English Street South 46 degrees 58 minutes West 92.1 feet to a stake in the said South Side of English Street mrs. Louise c. Wrenn a Northeast Corner thence South along mrs. Wrennis line. 50 degrees 26 minutes East 405.2 feet to a stake in the Southern Railroad tracks thence along said Southern Railroad tracks North 39 degrees 34 minutes East 137.5 feet to a stake the Southwest Corner of the Marietta paint and color company property thence along the Marietta paint and color company line North 50 degrees 31 minutes West 91.2 feet to a stake thence South 40 degrees 02 minutes West .9 feet along the Marietta line to a stake thence continuing along the Marietta paint and color company line North 52 degrees 03 minutes West 295.5 feet to the Point of beginning. The same being All of that tract of land conveyed to r. B. Terry and wife Dorothy Terry and j. P. Rawley and wife. Minnie Rawley by c. Vanstory jr., and Owen Reese receivers by deed dated november 22, 1935. And recorded in Book 771, at Page 283. In the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county North Carolina with the exception of a tract of land fronting too feet on English Street and being 90 feet in the rear heretofore sold to the Marietta paint and color company by r. B. Terry and wife and j. P. Rawley and wife by deed dated december 30, 1936, together with and including All the right title and interest if any which the said Wilson upholstery company has in and to that portion of English Street abutting said property on the North and the right of Way of the Southern railway on the South and subject to the right of Way of the Southern railway company and the right of Way of the Southern Pooh company All of which appear in the aforesaid deed from c. Vanstory it Al. Together with and including the following items of personal property All of which Are on the premises heretofore conveyed i Sidney 36 Inch band saw with Robbins at Meyers 3 h p. Motor 958806 i Eagle Flold 36 Inch heavy duty band saw no. 405 with 3 h. P motor no. 4416409 i Beach cutoff saw no. 29821 sliding de table with 2 Fine h. P. Motors no. 5320175 and 5320178 1 american trim saw no. 32526 with to h. P. Belt driven motor serial no. 13-e i Bagles Leld Tilting variety saw no 1917. Built in motor approximately 2 h p without number i Eaglesfield Tilting variety saw no. 1941 built in motor a proximately 2 h p. Without number i Root Spur feed rip saw 33x53 table with to h. P belted motor no. 3776041 i 207 Mattoon rip saw serial no. 7570 48x60 with to h p. Built in motor no. 90743 i Fay at Egan 5 it. Swing Cut off saw no. 501a with 5 h. P. Built in motor no. 3541443, i Reliance 5 it. Swing Cut off saw with 5 h. P belted motor no. 531059 i american saw Mill 16 Inch Bench Jointer with 2 h a built in motor no 4338944 i Stehl glue Jointer no 60 with three 5 h. P. G e induction motors built in. Nos. 4865858-485861-4868302 j Wallace Bench Jointer who one half h p built in motor number 4162802 i Yates 30 Inch single surface no. 156 with built in 15 h p fail Banks motor no 125616 i Venn cached i no. 13643 Trumbell switch 3 h p. Motor no. 400054 i Small air compressor pump no. 19278 driven by a 2 h p motor no. 108667, i lacing machine no. 149679 i Clipper Type Belt Cutter no. 003385 i Vonne gut grinder no. Ax-75 i Bra Stencil machine no. 4065, i column. Pipe vice 2 h. P. Western electric induction motor no. 501261 i cute Hansen no 878 band saw set 2 b.3 saw sets i no. Ill knife balancer i Advance to gallon Copper glue Cocker 23 steam glue pots with a a j sockets 5 electric glue pot i Standard glue cooker i 2-Roll to inca i glue spreader my i or. Glue Seta 1 60 Inch Clamp 2 48 Inch Clamp 108 37 Luch Case clamps 87 30 i no Case clamps 30 24 Inch Case Clarre. 4 13 Inch Case clamps 3 Lois inca Case clamps 18 8>a Inch Case lamps 30 6a Inch Case clamps 15 5 itch Case clamps 28 4a Inch Case clamps 19 Flat wrenches. 2 pipe wrenches 22 Oil cans 5 Alcea 4 16 a Inch saw Blades 4 15�4 Inch saw Blades f 15 Inch saw Blades 8 14 Inch use Blades la 13 Inch saw Blades 3 12s Inch saw Blades 3 12l Luch is Blades 2 12 Inch saw Blades i 11 Inch saw Blade 3 to Inch saw Blades 3 8 Luch saw Blanc. 2 7 Lam \ saw Blades 3 6 Inch saw Blade 4 s a Inch saw Blades 7 4 a Inch saw Blades. 2 4 Inch saw Blades 7 3j, Inch saw Blades i 21 it. 2 Inch band saw Blade approximately 200 feet of band saw Blades. A Inch a Inch. I Inch 27 Emery wheels 4 inches to is i inches in diameter 4 factory track 24x96 28 Box factory trucks 30x40 184 factory trucks 28x48 29 fire extinguishers 4 drinking fountains in upholstering Bucks 2 Cabinet Roca benches so feet steel shafting for overhead motors 3 cutting 6x12 i cutting table 30 feet by 54 inches with one part of laying machine attached i roller top desk i sew ing room table 2c feet by 30 inches 2 sewing room tables to feet by 3 feet 16 Small sewing room stand i sewing room boxes approximately 2� inches by 48 in. 12 upholstered chairs 2 cutting Racks 2 scrap boxes. 2 silk floes boxes. 7 Cushion benches i 34 h. P. Motor from Charlotte electric repair company with belting and switch used on Blower system. Also one general electric company 20 h. P. Induction motor no. 752682 with tru tubule switch and wiring i Blower system designated As american Blower co. System size 45 Type 3. No. 2305? and All accessory pipes with the exception of that portion which is Over and attached to boiler House roof sold prior to Date of this Sale to Marietta paint a color company i Moffatt manufacturing company elevator with steel Cable and drum no. 1708 and Lincoln electric company 8 6-10 h. P. Motor 58582 i 48 Inch 120 c. Exhaust fan no. 3462 with built in Ilg self cooled motor Al Power and Light switches approximately 70 in number. And All wiring attached thereto included 2 dry Kila Transfer trucks 114 dry Kiln storage trucks 4 to i it in length 8 12 feet lumber conveyors i Ames boiler. The purchaser will be required to Deposit 5 per cent of the purr a Price in Cash on the Day of Sale As evidence of Good Faith. This the 14 Day of january 1938. Owen Reese. Substituted trustee Roberson. Haworth a Reese. A Oraen gut to Inch head 4-Side electric Moul i 1�?18-23�? 2�?ii

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