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The pilot. (Vass, N.C.) 1920-current, May 26, 1922, Image 1

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VOLUNE —VASS BUILDING AND LOAN—Starts Saturday, June 3 FW% THE NUMBER 27 Devoted to the UpbuUding of Vass and Its Surrounding Country SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 VASS, N. C., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922 CAMERON NEWS Prof. Duncah Matthews and little son, of Vass, were in town Monday. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Matthews, Mr. John Poindexter, of Sanford, came over from Sanford for afternoon ser vices at the Presbyterian church Sun day. We have heard several speak in praise of the sermon preached, Sun day afternoon, by Rev. M. D. Mc Neill, who took for his subject “Im mortality.” Miss Vera McLean spent Sunday with Miss Anna Reynolds, of Ellerbe. Mr. L. F. Hartsell spent a part of Sunday in Wadesboro. Miss Bradford, our new woman demonstrator, wishes to meet with all the women and girls of Cameron com munity at the school building on Sat urday the 27th, at 2:30 P. M. Miss Crafts will also be with her to talk to the little girls. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McKeithen were dinner guests, Monday evening, of the family of Mrs. John L. Currie, of Carthage. Dr. A. L. O’Briant has bought the lot between the Baptist church and the home of W. G. Parker, and rumor says he will begin building at an early date. Miss Lucile Loving with her Sun day School class picnicked Tuesday at McDugalds Mills. Rev. M. D. McNeill preached the memorial sermon at Buffalo church, Saturday. During the berry season the Idle Hour theatre will open only on Satur day nights. And they are going to have some good, first class, clean pictures of the same class as those shown at the Superba, Raleigh, and at Pinehurst. A good show is billed for Saturday night the 27th. Those who were out Monday night to see the school extension pictures were thrilled at “The Ride of Paul Revere,” and highly amused at the college boys" battle of wits. “The Lost Colony” will be shown at the school building on the night of June the 5th. Monday, Mr. John Monroe on route 1, shipped from Cameron, two crates of dewberries. An early shipment. Mrs. T. C. Gaddy, Miss Myrtle Gaddy, Mrs. John Richardson went to Sanlford, Monday, to see Mrs. Clyde Gaddy who is seriously ill. Misses Kate and Nell Hunter pic nicked with the children of the Pres byterian Sunday School, Tuesday af ternoon at McDugalds Mill, a place famous in song and story, for picnics since the days of *76. Mary McDonald, Helen Parker, Ada Gilchrist, pupils in the 4th grade received prizes for the neatest English composition. ^ M,rs. Henry and son, Vance, of Charlotte, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Swett. Miss Helen Turnley, on route 2, came down on Monday to meet Mrs. Temple Turnley, of Va., who will be (Continued on page 3) REV. J. A. CALIGAN Who will conduct the revival meetings to be held in the Pinehurst Presby terian church, needs no special intro duction to the people of this section. He was pastor of a group of churches m Harnett and Lee counties until about a year ago, and passed several years in Moore; his present location is McColl, S. C. The meetings in Pinehurst will be held June 11-17, in clusive, and should be largely attend ed. Mr. Caligan is also to conduct revival services at' Culdee church in September. CYPRESS CREEK NEWS Mrs. Cattie. (Sameron, of Johnson- ville, visited her sister, Mrs. John Cameron, of route 1, Sunday evening. Misses Lula Johnson, Laland Pilson, Eloise McMillan, and Alberta McMil lan visited at Mr. D. A. Cameron’s, Sunday evening. Misses Emily Cameron and Bertie Cameron entertained a number of their friends at a fish fry at Mc- Lauchlin’s Bridge, Saturday night. Among the number were Misses Fan nie Rosser, Mattie Turner, Ennis and Elizabeth Byrd, Kate and Annie Autrey, Ileen and Louine McFadyen, Messrs. Mack McDonald, D. H. Clark, E. J. Cameron, Leon Mc Donald, Watson and Lacy McFadyen, John Baker, Floyd and Aubrey Keith, and D. K. Blue. Miss Emily Cameron visited Miss Kate Autrey Sunday evening. Mr. J. S. Cameron and sisters motored to Sanford, Friday of last week. Mr. Watson McFadyen was the guest of Miss Kate Autrey, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stewart visited their father and mother, Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Stewart, Saturday of last week. Mr. Fairley*Cameron was the guest of Mr, Oscar Baker, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Murd Buchan visited her relatives Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cameron last week. Mr. W. D. Cameron was the guest of Miss Bertie Cameron, Sunday eve ning. PINEHURST COMMUNITY CLUB The regular meeting of the Pine hurst Community Club was held last Friday evening at the Community House. A very large crowd was pres ent, the building being taxed to it’s capacity. Delegations from other Community Clubs in the County were in attendance '.nd iii expressed de light at the interesting Club formed at Pinehurst. It is thought that this meeting marked the beginning of an interchange of visits between clubs, as in this way ideas can be exchanged and many good things accomplished which will contribute to the success of the work. After transacting the regular busi ness of the club, having reports and recommendations of Committees, etc., several enjoyable recitations and mu sical selections were given by the children. Mr. Sledge then introduced Mrs. Clarence A. Johnson, Commis sioner of Public Welfare in North Carolina, who delivered a most in teresting address on social work. Mrs. Johnson outlined in detail the plan her department was endeavoring to follow in North Carolina, and gave us some idea oif our responsibility, as Community Clubs, and as individu als, in the solution of many important problems. Not the least among these in im portance, she stated, was the matter of selecting otir officials, and her ad monitions along this line were ex tremely timely in view of the im pending primaries about to be held over the State. Mrs. Johnson wanted all to understand that her remarks on this subject were purely impersonal and carried with them no desire to inject politics into our community work. However, it is highly import ant, particularly during this period, that officers be chosen who stand for the enforcement of law, and Mrs. Johnson admonished the people to be particularly careful in selecting their Superior Court Clerks, as under the law the Clerk of Court is the Judge of the Juvenile Court and must of necessity be a citizen of very high calibre and broad experience. Pinehurst feels highly honored in having received a visit from this dis tinguished leader, and we want her to know that in leaving Pinehurst Mrs. Johnson took with her our earn est prayers for the success of her department, which, a§ she stated it, has for it’s aim. Justice, Hope and Brotherhood. PRICE FIVE CENTS JACKSON SPRINGS ITEMS AN UNDISPUTED FACT It is an undisputed fact that the Vass Community Club will meet Fri day, May 26th, at 8 o’clock. The ob ject of the meeting is to discuss and to determine whether there shall be a Community Fair another year. Miss Bradford and Mr. Parrot, the new County Agents, will be present to help in this discussion. Brin^ us your Job Wpjrk. The Jackson Springs Hotel will have its annual summer opening on Saturday night, June 3rd. The origin al Virginia Serenaders will make mu sic daily and for the dance at night. The hotel has been kept open all win ter and the services this summer will be good, and everything looks toward a prosperous season. There are al ready a number of guests at the hotel, and have been all winter. Woodford Moss has returned to Kings Mountain, after spending a few days with friends here. Mr. Moss is making a good record in baseball this season. He has won 10 out of 11 of the games he has pitched, losing to Grover, his home town, although he allowed only 3 hits and got 3 of the 7 hits for his team. Commencement exercises closed here on Tuesday night of last week, beginning on Sunday with the Bac- calureate sermon delivered by Dr. John Hartley, pastor of the Southern Pines Episcopal church during the resort season. Dr. Hartley is a well knovm evangelist and lecturer and made a good impression on all those who were fortunate to hear him, tak ing as his subject “You Can if You ing as his subject “You Can if You Will,” and making one of the strong est addresses ever heard here. On Monday evening there were ex ercises by the grammar grades in cluding a recitation and declamation contest. Little Miss Jean Currie was awarded the decision as the best re citer and Raymond Seawell of Ben- salem township the best declaimer. These exercises were followed by the high school declamation and reci tation contest. Alton Smith was awarded the declaimer’s medal and Miiss Treva Auman of West End, was awarded the reciter's medal, Both contests were very close. On Tuesday morning the 'Senior Class exercises were given in a ban quet scene, which won many com ments from visitors as well as resi dents. On Tuesday afternoon Dr. Shew- make. Prof. of English at Davidson College, delivered the literary address followed by a short, thoughtful and impressive talk to the graduating class by Prof. A. B. Cameron, super intendent of Public Instruction, before delivering the diplomas, certificates, medals and prizes. On Tuesday evening “Borrowed Money,” the class play, was given before a packed audience. All of the fifteen characters are to be commend ed for their excellent stage work, especially Viola Hurley playing the role of Mrs. Vautrey and Bert Mc- Crimmon acting to perfection Aunt Sally, her negro cook. The entire commencement exercises were better than ever given and the faculty and students are due mvch credit for the irood exercises for the excellent work accomplisbed in school title im§t yw.

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