Rushden Echo & Argus, 8th July 1932, transcribed by Kay Collins
42 Higham Road, Rushden
Sale of Household Furniture & Effects
New and Second Hand Clothing, Toys, etc.
Matthew C Wilson and Sons,
Are favoured with Instructions from Mrs. Francis (who is retiring from business) to Sell by Auction upon the Premises as above,
On Wednesday and Thursday,
13th and 14th July 1932,
The Household Furniture and
Effects, Clothing, Etc., comprising:
Upright Pianoforte in Walnut Frame, Mahogany Dining Table, Chenile Table-cover, Framed Needlework Pictures, Lustre Ornaments, Tapestry Fire Screens, Electro-Plated Services, “Jones” Sewing Machine, Rosewood Writing Table, Octagonal Table, 6-piece Upholstered Suite, Copper Warming Pan, Brass Candle Sticks, Oriental Carpet and Rugs, Mangle, Hardwood Chairs and a quantity of Kitchen Utensils, Mahogany Bedstead and Valences, Woven-Wire Spring Mattress, Pair of Mahogany Bedroom Tables, Mahogany Chest of 5-drawers, Brass and Iron Half-tester, Bedstead, Blankets, Eiderdowns, Mahogany Swing Mirror, Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Ladies’ Frocks, Dresses and Costumes, Children’s Boots and Shoes, Quantity of Dolls and Toys.
Sale of Furniture and Toys on Wednesday the 13th at 10 o’clock and Clothing on Thursday the 14th at 10 o’clock.
On View Tuesday Afternoon (July 12th) from 2 to 5 o’clock.
Cleaver’s Chambers, High Street, Rushden.