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Catawba Sets Pace For Smaller Colleges
NEW PRESIDENT
OUTLINES IDEAS
OF COLLEGE WORK
Educator, In Inaugural
Address, Hits Overstan
dardization of Teaching
Methods Now Current.
Colleges were criticized for over
standardization of methods by Dr.
Howard Rufus Omwake in his in
augural address last Saturday as pres
ident of Catawba college.
"Without a shadow of doubt,” he
said, "we have over-organized, over
standardized, and over-mechanized our
educational systems. We have set up
so many markers to direct the course
of the students, so many barriers to
keep them from following any but
the accepted paths.
"Sometimes I think we have guided
too much and not stimulated enough.
Running our students all through the
same channels and requiring of all the
same type of achievement surely re
sults in dulling initiative and in quell
ing individuality.
"However, all life flows through
well ordered channels, with limitatons
to keep it within bounds, restrictions
to hold it in check, and tests to meas
ure its force. Intellectual life is no
exception.”
The inauguration of Dr. Omwake,
who came to Catawba from Franklin
and Marshall college, Lancaster, Pa.,
where he was dean, marked the 79th
anniversary of the laying of the cor
nerstone of Catawba.
The new Catawba president is 5 3
years old and is a graduate of Prince
, ton. He did graduate work at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania and holds hon
orary degrees from Temple university
and from Gettysburg college.
He was inducted into office by Ed
gar Whitener of High Point, chair
man of the board of trustees. Preced
ing the inaugural exercises was an
academic procession in which represen
tatives of more than 5 0 southern and
eastern colleges and universities march
ed.
Dr. Qmwake succeeds Dr. Elmer
Rhodes Hoke, who died in March of
last year, as presi<Aervt of Catawba.
Besides Dr. Omwake’s inaugural ad
dress, the exercises were maiked by an
address by Dr. Charles E. Schaeffer of
Philadelphia, president of ’"h: general
synod of the Reformed chur ,h in the
United States which operates Cataw
ba college.
"With the inauguraton of this out
standing Christian layman as the pres
ident of this institution, Catawba col
lege will enter upon a new era in its
history,” he said. "This day is a day
of fresh loyalties and devotion to the
college on the part of trustees, faculty,
students, alumni, friends.”
Dr. Walter L. Lingle, president of
Davidson college, attended the exer
cises as the representative of the col
leges and universities of North Caro
lina and presented greetings.
Greetings were also presented by
Dr. A. T. Allen, state superintendent
of education, by John F. Carpenter of
Maiden, representing the alumni, and
by Andrew Rader of Newton, presi
dent of the Student Government as
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Was His Father Kidnapped?
Ralph Max Blair of Seattle, shown here with his wife and children,
says that he is really the son of Charlie Ross, the boy who was kidnapped
at Germantown, Pennsylvania, in 1874 and never found. The man known as
Gustave Blair, Ralph Blair’s father, was really Charlie Ross, he claims.
sociation.
The degree doctor of letters was
conferred upon Miss Willie Augusta
Lantz, dean of women of Catawba.
Following the inauguration a lunch
eon was served in the college dining
room to visiting delegates and guests.
Dr. J. C. Leonard of Lexington was
toastmaster.
KILLS MOTHER-IN-LAW
Mrs. Alice Cook was shot to death
three miles out from Canton Friday
by her son-in-law, Tom Justice. Just
ice is being sought. He was estranged
from his wife, and attempted to visit
his home when Mrs. Cook remonstrat
ed with him, which led to the murder.
CRESS GRANGE
The Cress school closed last Friday
with a good program by the school
that morning followed by a picnic
dinner and a ball game that evening,
and then a play was given that night.
There will be a play given at Cleve
land Saturday night, April 23, by
some members of the Cress commun
ity. The name of the play is lighthouse
Nan. A three act "Comedy Drama.”
Come out and see old "Mule Janu
ary.”
Say, "7 Saw It in
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SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY
Pursuant to the terms of a certain deed of
trust, executed by Floyd L. Banks Peeler and
wife, Lottie B. Peeler, to John L. Rendle
man, Jr., dated February 2nd, 1929, and re
corded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No.
112, page 69, default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness therein se
cured and at the request of the holder of the
note therein secured, the undersigned will ex
pose for sale at the Court House door in Sal
isbury, N. C., on
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932,
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON,
the following property:
Beginning at a stake on Mahaley’s line
and runs thence South 77% West 66 feet
to a stone, a new corner; thence North
17% West 222 feet to a stone, a new
corner; thence South 89 East 66 feet to
a stone, R. L. Barger’s corner; thence
South 17% East 222 feet to the begin
ning, containing 14652 square feet, the
above lot is located in the Town of Faith,
N. C. and joins the land of Ellen S.
Fisher, R. L. Barger and others.
For back title see Book of Deeds No.
171, page 1, Office of Register of Deeds
for Rowan County. Upon the foregoing
lot is located a five room frame dwell
ing.
This the 20th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR.,
Mortgagee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed by Usher But
ler and wife, Berinza Butler, to H. E. Isen
hour. Trustee, dated October 20th, 1922, and
recorded in the office if the Register of
Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mort
gages No. 104, page 283. Default having been
made in the payment of the indebtedness
therein secured and at the request of the
holder of the notes herein secured, the un
dersigned trustee will expose for sale at the
Court House door in Salisbury, N. C. on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON
the following property:
Beginning at a stake on the said Black
mer’s line, and thence with Blackmer’s
line South 88 deg. East 44 feet, more
I or less, to a stake; thence South 1 deg.
West 208 feet more or less, to a street;
thence North 88 deg. West with street
44 feet, more or less, to a stake, Charles
H. Harris’s corner; thence with C. H.
j Harris’s line North 1 deg. West 208 feet,
more or less, to the Beginning, on Black
mer’s line, being a part of same land
being conveyed to ,W. P. Terrelland and
wife, Ada Terrell, to Obe Bell by two
deeds, one dated August 7, 1878, regist
ered in Book 56, page 53 and dated Feb
ruary 21, 1885, registered in Book 65
page 156 in the Register of Deeds Office
of Rowan County in the North Ward of
the City of Salisbury. This is also part
of same land, being conveyed by T. E.
Conley and wife to Fisher R. Mason and
wife, registered in Book No. 160 of Deeds
page 259. And F. R. Mason and wife,
Fanny B. Mason, to the Members Syn
dicate of the Mount Zion Baptist Church,
Charles H. Harris, Trustee, registered in
Book 175 of Deeds, page 270 in the Reg
ister of Deeds Office, Salisbury, N. C.,
also deed from Charles H. Harris et al to
Fisher R. Mason, recorded in Book of
Deeds No. 182, page 203, said office.
The above property will be sold sub
ject to all prior liens and encumbrances,
if any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
H. E. ISENHOUR, Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust, executed by John Isen
hour, to John L. Rendleman, Jr., Trustee,
dated April 29th, 1929, and recorded in the
office of Register of Deeds for Rowan Coun
ty in Book of Mortgages 112, page 270,
default having been made in the payment
of the indebtedness therein secured and at
the request of the holder of the notes there
in secured, the undersigned trustee will ex
pose for sale at the court house door in Sal
isbury. N. C. on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932,
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON,
the following property:
Beginning at a stake on Horah Street,
corner of lot No. 10, and running with
Horah Street North 44% deg. West 50
feet to a stake, corner lot No. 14 ; thence
with the line of lot No. 14 about 250
feet to a stake old town line, (Holmes’
line) : thence with Holmes’ line about
70 feet to a stake; thence with line of
lot No. 10 about 200 feet to the begin
ning, being lot No. 12 in Lords Plat
in the West Ward of the Town of Sal
isbury, N. C.
The above property will be sold subject
to all prior liens and encumbrances, if
any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR.,
Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE
R. M. Cook, trading as R. M.
Cook & Company, Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY
To the Honorable Johnson J. Hayes,
Judge of the District Court of the United
States,
For the Middle District of North Caro
lina,
R. M. Cook, of Concord, in the county of
Cabarrus, and State of North Carolina, in
said district, respectfully represents that on
the 18th day of December last past, he was
duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of
Congress relating to bankruptcy; that he has
duly surrendered all of his property and rights
of property, and he has fully complied with
all the requirements of said acts and of the
orders of the court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may be de
creed by the court to have a full discharge
from all debts provable against his estate
under said bankruptcy acts, except such debts
as are excepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 15th day of April, A. D. 1932.
Signed—R. M. COOK,
Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON
Middle District of North Carolina, ss:
On the 15th day of April A. D. 1932 on
reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered
by the court, that a hearing be had upon
the same on the 17th day of May, A. D. 1932
before John C. Busby, Referee in Bankruptcy,
at Salisbury, N. C., in said district, at 2:30
o’clock in the afternoon; and that notice
thereof be published in The Carolina Watch
man, a newspaper printed in said district,
and that all known creditors and other per
sons in interest may appear at the said time
and place and show cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of said petitioner should not
be granted.
And it is further ordered by the court,
that the Referee shall send by mail to all
known creditors, copies of said petition and
this order, addressed to them at their places
of residence, as stated.
Witness the Honorable Johnson J. Hayes,
judge of the said court, and the seal thereof,
at Greensboro, N. C., in said district, on the
16 day of April, A. D. 1932.
Signed—JOHNSON J. HAYES,
United States Judge.
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed by Sallie Huff
to John L. Rendleman, Jr., Trustee, dated
March 19th, 1930, and recorded in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds for Rowan
County in Book of Mortgages No. 115, page
203. Default having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness therein secured
and at the request of the holder of the notes
therein secured, the undersigned trustee will
expose for sale at the Court House door in
Salisbury, N. C. on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON
the following property:
One house and lot lying and being
about one mile from the Public Square;
Main and Ennis Streets, of Salisbury,
and just beyond the town creek on the
South side of the Stokes Ferry Road and
bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake
in the said Stokes Ferry Road, a new
corner, and runs thence South 68 West
2.18 chains to a stake in the ditch, a new
corner; thence North l1/* East 3.90 chains
to a stake in Stokes Ferry Road, the
old corner; thence South 32 East 3.60
chains to the beginning, containing 60-100
acres, more or less. Fox back title refer
ence is hereby made to deed to Matilda
Pearson, registered in Register’s office
Book 70, page 178, the deed registered in
Book 122, page 314, and being a part of
the land conveyed to the parties of the
first part by deed recorded in Book No.
141, page 109.
Lying on the South side of the Stokes
Ferry Road just across Town Creek, be
ginning a stake in a ditch, a new corner;
thence a new line North 68 deg. East
2.18 chains to a stake in the Stokes
Ferry Road ; thence with said road, South
32 deg. East 2.50 chains to a point in
said road; thence North 89 deg. West
3.00 chains to a stake or stone near a
Spring, Ramsey’s corner; thence North
l1/* deg, East to the beginning, being
the remainder of lot from R. Lee Wright
and wife to J. A. Arey, registered in
Book 141, page 109, in Register’s Office,
Rowan County, N. C. For back titles see
also Deed Book No. 142, page 188, and
156, page 89, in the Office of the Reg
ister of Deeds for Rowan County. This
is the same property as mentioned in
mortgage deed of trust dated Dec. 18th,
1925 to Frank R. Brown, Trustee, to se
cure $2220.00, and recorded in Book of
Mortgages 95, page 126, in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Rowan Coun
ty.
The above property will be sold sub
ject to all prior liens and encumbrances,
if any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR.,
Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed by C. E. Rary
and wife, Mary Irene Rary, to John L. Ren
dleman, Jr., Trustee, dated November 20th,
1930, and recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds for Rowan County in Book
of Mortgages No. 117, page 15. Default hav
ing been made in the payment of the in
debtedness, therein secured and at the re
quest of the holder of the notes therein se
cured, the undersigned trustee will expose
for sale at the Court House door in Salis
bury, N. C. on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON
the following property:
Beginning at a stake on the South
west side at a stake in the edge of Lot
No. 6 and 200 feet Northwest from the
edge of State Highway No. 15, and runs
thence South 33 deg. West through lot
No. 6, 318.5 feet to a stake, thence North
66 deg. West 115 feet to a stake corner
to lot No. 8; thence North 33 deg. East
with line of lot No. 8 323 feet to a
stake in the edge of a street; thence
South 66 deg. East 115 feet to the be
ginning, and being a part of lot No. 6
and all of lot No. 7, as shown by the
map of the Henry Canup Property near
Sumner, about five miles South of Sal
isbury, N. C. Said map is duly recorded
in the Office of the Register of Deeds
for Rowan County in Plot Book in the
Register’s Office, to which reference is
hereby made.
The above property will be sold sub
ject to all prior liens and encumbrances,
if any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR.,
Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed by W. F. Kelsey
and wife, Lula Kelsey, to John L. Rendleman,
Jr., Trustee, dated February 15th, 1929, and
recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mort
gages No. 112, page 100, default having been
made in the payment of the indebtedness,
therein secured and at the request of the
holder of the notes therein secured, the un
dersigned trustee will expose for sale at the
Court House door in Salisbury, N. C. on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON
the following property:
Beginning at a stake or stone on the
North edge of the ditch, P. S. Carlton’s
corner on the Southeast side and near
Kluttz Avenue, and runs thence with said
ditch in a Northeasterly direction 45 feet
to a stake, formerly Goodman’s corner;
thence North 40 deg. West in a perpen
dicular line 12*4 feet to the center of
Kluttz Avenue; thence with Kluttz Ave
nue (center) North 55 deg. East 55 feet
to a stone, a new corner in the center of
Kluttz Avenue ; thence North 40 deg. West
200 feet to a stake in a ditch on Kluttz’s
line; thence South 55 West 100 feet to
P. S. Carlton’s corner on Kluttz’s line;
thence South 40 deg. East crossing Kluttz
Avenue about 212*4 feet to the begin
ning.
Upon the foregoing property is locat
ed a house in the Town of Granite Quar
ry and fronting on Kluttz Avenue. For
back title see deed from L. J. Kluttz to
William Evans, registered in the Office
of Register of Deeds for Rowan Coun
ty.
The above property will be sold sub
ject to all prior liens and encumbrances,
if any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L,. RENDLEMAN, JR.,
Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
ur v aluadla KlAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust executed by James Car
son and wife, Ola Carson, to John L. Ren
dleman, Jr., Trustee, dated September 27th
1927, and recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds for Rowan County in Book
of Mortgages 104, page 180, default having
been made in the payment of the indebted
ness therein secured and at the request of
the holder of the notes therein secured the
undersigned trustee will expose for sale at
the court house door in Salisbury, N C on
SATURDAY, MAY 14th, 1932
AT THE HOUR OF 12 NOON
the following property:
Situated in Franklin Township, Rowan
County, adjoining the lands of Mitchel
Carson, H. L. Lewis and D. Locke Hoff
man ; beginning at a stake in road on D.
Locke Hoffman’s corner, thence East
12.44 chains to an iron stake in ditch
on Mitchel Carson’s line; thence North
4Vj deg. East 4.13 chains to a stone on
Mitchel Carson's corner ; thence North 861/,
deg. West 12.77 chains to a stone on H"
L. Lewis’s line; thence South 4.96 chains
to the beginning, containing 5 acres, 2
roads and 35 rods.
This is the same description as con
veyed by deed from D. Locke Hoffman
and wife, Willie May Hoffman to James
Carson and wife, Ola Carson, dated Aug
ust 20th, 1912. Upon the foregoing descrip
tion is located a two story dwelling house.
The above property will be sold sub
ject to all prior liens and encumbrances,
if any.
This the 12th day of April, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR„
Trustee.
RENDLEMAN & RENDLEMAN. Ap22-Myl3
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SALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
PURSUANT to the terms of a certain mort
gage deed of trust, executed by Carrie A.
Taylor to D. A. Rendleman, Trustee, dated
February 24, 1931, and recorded in Book of
Mortgages No. 117, page 124, default having
been made in the payment of the notes there
in secured, and at the request of the holder
of the notes therein secured, the undersigned
Trustee will expose for sale, at public auc
tion, for cash, at the courthouse door in the
City of Salisbury, N. C., on
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1932,
AT THE HOUR OF 12M,
the following described real estate:
Situated in the Great South Ward of
the City of Salisbury on the S. E. side of
Main St. between Fisher and Bank Streets,
and opposite what is now known as the
Empire Hotel. Beginning at E. B. Neave’s
corner on Main St.; thence with Main
St. 70 ft. 9 inches to the Linton line;
thence with the Linton line S. 45 deg. W.
towards Lee Street, 225 ft. to Jas. Plum
mer’s line; thence with Plummer’s line
and across the lane 70 ft. 9 inches, more
or less, to E. B. Neave’s line; thence with
Neave’s line towards Main Street 225
ft. to the beginning, corner on Main St.,
together with the lane as now laid out
tb Lee St. about 10 ft. wide, bounded
on one side by the lote of Jas. Plummer
and on the other, by the lots of E. B.
Neave and the Fraley lot, subject, how
ever, to the right to use the said lane,
heretofore granted by deed to Jas. Plum
mer and Fraley, their heirs and assigns.
Also another lot adjoining the above,
situated on the S. E. side of Main Street
between Fisher and Bank Streets. Begin
ning on Main St. at the corner of lot
formerly known as the Horace L. Rob
ards lot and runs thence S. E. 254 ft.
more or less to W. T. Rainey’s line;
thence N. E. with his line 43 ft. more or
less to a stake; thence N. W. with Mrs.
Rainey’s, John Mowery’s and S. J. Swice
good’s, 165 ft. more or less to a stake;
thence N. E. with S. J. Swicegood’s line
33 ft. 4 in. more or less to a stake, Swice
good’s corner; thence N. W. with S. J.
Swicegod’s 88 ft. 7 inches more or less
to Main St.; thence with Main St. 75 ft.
5 in. more or less to the beginning, and
being the land conveyed by S. E. Linton
an™uwife to *?• W. Bostian, April 1, 1889.
The foregoing property being the same
PJ0Pfrty mentioned and described in Book
of Deeds 141, page 299, in the offiie of
the Register of Deeds for Rowan County.
Save and except a strip 6 feet wide fac
lng on Main Street, and running back 254
ft., situate on the N. E. side of said prop
erty, adjoining the Beard property and
fully described by metes and bounds in
connection with judgment No. 511 in Book
of Judgments No. 17, page No. 138, in
Clerk s office, to which reference is here
to roaue. A]£o lot sold off May 18, 1904
y , Taylor to L. J. Meroney and
and Lena Meroney, recorded in Book of
Deeds No. 101, page No. 100, in Regis
ter s office.
This April 12, 1932.
Apl5-Myl3 D. A. RENDLEMAN, Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an Order of the
Superior Court of Rowan County, made in the
special prceedings entitled W. F. Kelsey, Admr.
of Julius Sloan vs. Lizzie Wiseman. Lessie
McKee. Alex Sloan and Eugene Sloan, the
same being No. 854 upon the special pro
ceeding docket of said Court, the undersign
ed Commissioner will, on the
' 21 DAY OF MAY, 1932,
AT 12:00 M,
at the Courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C.
offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash!
taTv, Cwai? 4rac4s of land lyinS and being
in the West ward of the city of Salisbury,
and described as follows, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a stake on the East
S1r!u0fr.-9edar Street in ‘he West Ward
°f ^etClry °{, Salisbury, N. C. and corner
of Lot No. 42; thence with the line of
Cedar Street, about N. 4 deg. East 50
xt64 ,T?ore, or less’ to tbc corner of Lot
it0' witb tb« line of Lot No.
40, North 87 deg. East 200 feet more or
less, to a stake; thence about S. 4 deg.
West 50 feet more or less to a stake;
thence with Laura Gibson line about S.
87 deg. West 200 feet more or less, to
the place of beginning, and being Lot
Lands! °n L°rd 3 Plot of the Meroney
BEGINNING at a stake 120 feet S. W
!f°w4ha S°Uth corner of the intersection
S W°°w-ta and CaMwe„ streets; thence
FtakY' a7 th Cal.d7eI1 Street 24 feet to a
Sreet „!,l h intersection of Caldwell
or o and Henderson Avenue; thence with
stake AVh"Uh S' ? deg' W' 97 feet to a
~aa®' HePde,r.s°ns corner; thence with
Hendersons line N. 82 3-8 E. 136 feet
‘”le“d™» and Woodson corner and
Henderson s line; thence N. W. with a
tonthe hraI-el 40 ?V?odson Street’ 160 feet
to the beginning being Lot No. 17 in Hen
derson and Woodson's Plot the Enn”s
oLfasda,isbSrythe ^ ^ °f 4ha ^wn
Dated this 14 day of April, 1932.
Apl5-My6. W' ComldsSsFoner.

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