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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 6, 1972, High Point, North Carolina On the House House of the week columned colonial Home electric Drill has Many luxury features Anc a tool m in in most cases the portable feet Are on wet ground or a it feels Unco Forta siding is used for the entire exterior statistics for l-36 design l-36 has a living room dining room family room Kitchen Library and exceptional Large foyer on the first floor totalling 13 7 5 Square feet. There a also a Large mud room Laun dry and lavatory. A spacious two car garage includes a big storage area. On the second floor Are four bedrooms and two Baths totalling 1188 Square feet. There is a full cellar. The Overall dimensions of 65�?T by 34�?T include the garage. By Andy Lang distinctiveness and luxury Are immediately evident in the facade of this two Story House designed by architect Samuel Paul. Design l-36 is reminiscent of a colonial mansion with its High colonnade recessed portico window shutters Brick chimneys cupola on the garage roof and the hanging Light fixture suspended Over the main entry doors. A narrow Wood or aluminium horizontal siding used for the entire exterior has the effect of reducing the Overall height and at the same time unifying the House with one Basic material. The visual result is Graceful and pleasant to the Eye. Entry through a two Story portico immediately creates an environment for the entire House. Inside also two stories High is a reception foyer which features a circular Stair leading to a second floor Balcony. A Large hanging chandelier adds to the elegance. Circulation around the foyer is excellent right Down to the cellar entry which is tucked away and out of sight beneath the Balcony. To the left of the reception foyer and facing the front is a Large living room with Bow window immediately visible on Entrance is the fireplace always an attractive focal feat re. Toward the rear of the House and beyond the living room is the Library which can also be a perfect setting where guests can retire for Coffee and conversation. A sliding Glass door from this room leads directly to the rear Patio. Directly to the rear of the foyer and facing the Patio Are the family room and the Kitchen. An almost solid Wall of Glass faces the rear Patio. Its entered by a sliding Glass door which defines the Kitchen from the family room and at the same time allows for the visibility of the 28-foot expanse of the two rooms. The a shaped Kitchen contains a sit Down counter double window above sink under the counter dishwasher counter top Range double oven refrigerator and pantry. A mud room is Between the Kitchen and garage. The laundry area has space for a Washer dryer and trash compactor and has storage cabinets. There a a lavatory in the sector. An unusually Large storage area is located in the two car garage which has a door to the rear Patio As Well As one to the mud room. In the bedroom Wing reached by the main circular Stair All four bedrooms Are off a Central Hall. The huge master suite a 33�?T by 15�?T 4�?o a includes the bedroom a dressing room walk in closet and full Bath with a sink vanity in the dressing portion. The Bath which services the other three bedrooms is compartmentalized. And there a a Ste saving laundry Chute opposite the family Bath in the bedroom Wing where most of the family laundry accumulates. Basically conceived to be luxuriously comfortable design l-36 hits the target. Ifs also a Good looking House in most cases the portable electric Drill is the first Power tool used by the do it yours Elfer. And with Good reason. Its easy to handle even for a Novice. Its versatile. It can be brought to the project. Once used Only for drilling holes the tool is pretty much the same Basic machine it always has been. The big difference is that there now Are dozens of accessories that can be attached to it for a wide variety of tasks. Most companies now put out drills which have Shockproof housings in time All such drills probably will have that built in Protection. In the meantime be especially wary about using Ordinary drills it or any other electric tool for that Matteri in Damp locations. Especially when your feet Are on wet ground or a wet floor or your hands Are wet. For the average user drills come in Quarter Inch three eighths of an Inch and half Inch sizes. The Quarter Inch Drill is suitable for most household purposes the half Inch for heavy duty work and the three eights of an Inch obviously a kind of Inlet Weener. The size does no to refer to the size of the Hole that can be drilled but to the maximum size of the bit Shank that can be inserted into the Chuck the jaws that hold the bit in place. Thus a Quarter Inch Drill is one that takes bits that have Shanks of any size up to a Quarter of an Inch in selecting a Drill it is important to choose one that feels a a rights in your hand of realty transfers a a the House of the week a the High Point Enterprise z High Point. N. A a enclosed is 50 cents each for baby blueprints j of design no. L 36. foyer. Try de stairway name Street City. State zip realty transfers Jamestown township William 0. Charry of Ristori or. Brown lend in Canterbury for a a Tom. Of second floor plan in i i i i i a Patio i Iii a to to Al old c of i pm a Jar fire Ploub q Iii Kay n 15j4 1210 i my. Laj family in Kitchen i in o i5 4 too a Mem Mem laundry greyhound tries for new Home in Charlotte w ft2 pal act a a to mud in laundry we inc Chut storage froth a corned ctr two car garage 20 4% 2010 St floor Pian floor plans for Hoise of week l-36 drive 1-36 Charlotte map -5 greyhound which for years has a been trying to pull out of the Union terminal it shares with other bus lines has acquired a site a Block away for a Sepa a a rate terminal in downtown f Charlotte t it is the old Southern railway a passenger station. I 1-3 acres it which Cost 120.500. Greyhound Bas authorization from the state utilities commission for a separate terminal. All that re Mains is for the company to v submit building plans to the commission and get per Mission to Start construction. Henry a suits to Jorn w. Suits. Land on Liv ooh Onvy. Tom m. Ctr ring to Wilt Rod b Tull in or. Lend n for outdo o subdivision Grayson l soon Cor to buddy a Calls cutt and in Tost me9m�. Tod h. Morrisjr. To Tod m Morrs. Lino on Rood s. C. Armontrout to William t. Brener tend in a. E. Joiner subdivision. J. Morris Covington to Raymond f. Ferebee. Land on state Road Mel Leon c. Mart to Hugh m. Cites lend in Forestdale Larry c. Linthicum to edger c. Johnson lend on Fairfield Boid Miry l. Dif Tendil to Hubirt h Morgen lend in Camelot estates and land on Marlin drive. Stanley m Berman to Nettie n Davis. Land in Clarence Mackay property Wachovia Bank and Trust co to Hubert h Morgan land in Camelot estates and land on Merlin drive. Willia e Hall to Tommy e. Hall land in Hayworth Springs develop Mart Vorgan Schu thaiss into Harold w. Gibhardt land in hidden Valley West. Oki Biver township Harvey j. Morton to state Highway commission land on is Alvin u. Copa to chants she an lend on lanyard Road arc mc., to Worth Laflin land in Hunter Woods subdivision. Metropolitan investment co. To Jack s. King land in Golden Triangle country clue estates. Mich Point township Thomasville products. Into Venca mar on. Land in j. A Bundy property. Wachovia Bank and Trust co to Dan Kelly lend on Martha Street Mary c. Tinsley to Mary j t. Sutherland. Land in v. A j idol lots. Mary j. To Sutherland to Mary c. Tinsley land n John Fanon estates. O. H leak to Elwood easter land on Graves Street. Idol Green coins. To Georg e m. Eerie lend on be key Ridge drive j. H. Randall to Lois n. Steed land in Salem court subdivision. Joseph a Hayworth to Marianne b Heyworth land in Emerywood Forest sued vision Robert l Stephens to Robert f. Hyssong lend in Springfield Oaks Foi Woode Meadows inc to state h Shway commission land in of Woode Meadows Grace e Hail of Carolyn m Hughes lend in j w. Cd Nard plot w Aaron to Howard Dover land on f Green drive Harold p Johnson to e. E Younts. Inc lend in j. W Johnson property Richard i Quigley to Delbert l. Hicks lend in seme j. Smith subdivision Craven Johnson Pollock into Harvey j Morton lend n by Wood the Erv Ltd co to Clifford i Stubbs land in fieldstone Hobart m Bryant to r Wayne Cham Bors land in Wandover Hilts no j e e Younts. Inc. To Plato s Wilson land on w rut eel i Street Joo Tartis to Henry Rob Quot Ion. Lend in Hillside develop Omen g w. Underwood to Thurman r Thomas land on jul Onolfo Stroei Michael l. Chance to Herbert l. Mcgee. Land in Wiltshire subdivision Clarence m Ilderton to Church s Fried Chicken Inland on Lindsay Stroei Jennie s meth bum to Douglas a. Mush Burn land on Centennial Avenue Wachovia Bank and Trust co to Earl n Phillies. Jr., land on Hillcrest drive in dependent con truth on co a John l. Boyles lend in Willshire subdivision. Worth r Pugh to Nannie r. Joyce lend n d e Headon property Julius w Spon to Worth r Pugh land Moe hearted property Michael j Morgan to Dorothy b Morgan land in College Village Stoma corp to Paul w. Godfrey veneers Inland on Willis Stroev Cotton e r Doe to Clifford c. Nooe. And in Rankin Teague end Welch subdivision Grady Bottoms to Richord s. Belt. Lend in Reece end a j. Malpass to Johnny w Steele Orland on Dillon Road emm h lift to Dot i d minims land in Washington Terrace Josephine Poindexter to g w Pon editor. Land on Phillips Avenue and land on englith St. Lula w Parker to Allendale Bapt St Church lend on Suring eld Road la and d no to a a Evans land in North Park Barbara e Marshall to Nam it a Evans land la North Park mate and co. To Sloven r Lewellen lend in Moffitt piece swed vision Marion j Petty to William n Pulley lend in Zirl a bums property William c. Billiard to Rodney d. Bennett land in e l watch subdivision. Larry r Meadows or to v c Nae m. Smith land in j Hobart Connor Rodvil non of Buchanan propert Harold e. Wail to state Highway commission land in township Willie p Harrell to Jimmie m. Mar Relt land in m j Wrann property Peggy t Weiner to Grover Edison lend on Dayton Avenue Louis Green Burg to Robert b Jet ill land it a High Point development co. Subdivision Jock f. O Brien to Cletus i. Coe i land on Centennial Avenue Jamas Stevenson to Agnes f. Stevenson land in Woodbrook Heights Kenneth a. Bulla to Bradford t j Bulla land in College development and improvement co property James Mattocks to j. R. Easom land in Etta Wood property. I Wyoming s nickname Wyoming is nicknamed the a Equality state because it gave women the right to vote in 1869 one year after it was organized As a territory and 51 years before women could vote generally in the United states. Place your want and serving Piedmont Ond Western North caroling Call 919 882-6319.883-4414, High Point Al ant to by v the Best a no paint Home siding in Archdale Check or prices before Yoc Bly i Radnor paint amp aluminium co. Dealers in Alcoa amp Reynolds swim a 3512 s. Main is. Archdale Telephone 431-5680 12 a. 0 Gardner to a b Gardner and wife and in High Point development co. Land Loster a was on to Snelling end Snelling of High Point inc., lend on w. Parkway. Thomas c freemen to Donald g. Dobson. Or. Land in Oakview estates. W c Vail to Sanford l. Mau d a land in t. L. Jones property Cornel a Mcrae to redevelopment commission lend in College Heights subdivision. Harold d. Cee i to Harold t. Hodges land on canard Street Don m Elkins to Vaughn m York land in Foi Woode Meadows was end fuel co. To the Lilly co lend on engl so Street Craven Johnson Pollock into Fred b Amos lend in Foi Woode Meadows Merton development end construction co to ser Nyfield town houses inc., end on Grenville Stree Jack l. Batcher to Larry a Meadows. Or # lend in Fiel Crest Bassie Armstrong to l Ite c Humphrey. Lend in Grove addition to College Park mar the f Hodges to Danny l Barley tend on Centennial Avenue. Robert Ruscoe in to Kenneth a Bun and a Oak a estates. Edith s Yow to Randy $ Dezarn land in Model farm Road Idaho Een co inc to Alvin r Spivey lend in College Village 0 m Leek to Theodore r my Baa. Lend on Centennial Avenue Jordan j. Fress Meti to administrator of Veteran affairs lend on Mont eur Avenue Larry e Hough to Larry e Hough and wife land in a p. Brown property. It feels uncomfortable its not for you. That a Why if you Are buying a Drill for someone As a gift be sure to have an understanding with the dealer that it can be exchanged by the recipient if necessary. The trouble some persons have driving in nails and screws especially in hardwoods would be eliminated if they would take an extra minute to Drill Pilot holes to receive the fasteners. Theh Hole naturally must have a smaller diameter than that of the Nail or screw being used. It will make the drive in operation easier and faster More important it will prevent the Wood from splitting. To drive a succession of nails or screws stick the Wood with the Point of an awl at each desired location. Drill All the holes at once and then drive in All the nails and screws. Incidentally in drilling a Hole place the bit of the Drill into the awl indention before the motor is started if the motor is started first the wandering bit May damage the face of the Stock. Accessories that can be attached to a Drill include Sanders polishers wire brushes Grinders saws paint mixers and literally dozens of others. If you Are a first time purchaser of a Drill you should consider one of the kits which contains several of these accessories As Well As a Supply of bits. Clean you carpet. Deep steam extraction a a a it a a a a a i a a his Ltd a a att a Quot a a a a a i a Ltd a a a a. A a cd he a a a a a a a in a no a a #14#,i Quality carpet cleaning Piai Tarsi Ainoa ars Apio use dependable. Fibreglass an of Coto for year Comfort a floors a ceiling a Walls a medium a full a super thickness including the right thickness for electric heat Complete Stock of sizes for All jobs from people who know insulation and its uses Hedgecock Bulder Supply co. Of Mph pout 1213 Ward St. Til 882-4101 ample free off Street parking free Reu Vert of dwt swim it Gina Bio. Autor. L#�ng�#4> cd 7 6

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