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Friday, December 5, 1941.
THE PII^OT, Southern Pines. North Carolina
CASE IN COURT
Putnam Man Appeals Sentence
of 12 Months for Shooting
Uncle with Shot Gun
Charged with assaulting his uncle,
Yanccy Stutts, with a shot gun,
Frank Stutts of Putnam section was
sentenced by Recorder Vance Rowe
to serve 12' months on the road at
Monday’s court session. Notice of ap
peal was given and bond fixed at
Uncle and nephew were chicf wit
nesses in the trial which resulted in
conviction of the nephew for firing
two shots at the older man while he
stood on the front porch of his
home. The uncle, Yancey Stutts, also
admitted shooting the younger man,
but claimed it was after he had been
shot at. Both men exhibited shot
wounds in their legs. According to
testimony, the shooting followed an
order by the uncle for the nephew
not to hunt birds on his property.
An honor prisoner serving a 30-
day sentence in Moore County prison
camp got 60 more days for escaping
jail. \V. J. Poston of Bennettsville, S.
C.. had his sentence doubled by the
court for his escape.
Other cases before the Recorder
John Virgil Burrus of Norwood,
costs and 30-day suspended sentence
for public drunkenne.ss; Lacy Wil
liams, Pinohurst Negro, fined $50
and costs, given a three-month sus
pended sentence, and had his drivers’
license suspended for a year, for care
less, drunken and reckless driving
and driving without liccnse; James
Turner, for careless and reckless
driving and resisting arrest, eight
months sentence suspended on pay
ment of costs and condition of good
Frederick W. Torer of Fayetteville,
charged costs for driving in ex
cess of 35 miles an hour in the man
euver area; Dennis Green of West
End, not guilty as charged of theft
of an automobile from Coy Thomas'
garage; and W. H. Jones of Jackson.
Springs, not guilty of stealing shin
gles and iron belonging to J. C.
BRAND NEW 1942
BY CHARLES MACArLEY
First Week of December
$2,000 loss by fire at C. L. Wor
School Board re-elects Dr. G. G.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Causey spent
Thanksgiving in Bennettsville, S. C.
Mrs. E. VV. Merrill and daughter,
Mrs. Thomas McBryde of Raleigh,
were in town Tuesday visiting
Gold Leaf tobacco warehouse and
old Carthage-Pinehurst railroad sta
tion in Carthage destroyed by fire.
Miss Lenora Riggan of Fayette
ville was the week-end guest of Miss
Old landmark passes. Ruggles build
ing built in 1893 being demolished by
Mrs. Ted Kennedy will entertain at
bridge Thursday evening at the home
of her mother, Mrs. W. H Mumford.
Mrs. Ella A. Calderwood and Miss
Eva have arrived in town for the
season and are occupying their cot
tage on Massachusetts avenue.
Mrs. Kate Flaschlaender arrived in IP^P^r.
town Monday and is busy getting the
Park V'icw Iwlel ready to open for the
Martin Blue Birthday
Relatives and friends of Martin
Blue gave him a surprise party on his
80th birthday, Friday evening, No
vember 28. Men bought a huge birth
day cake and women brought the
makings of a fruit punch. Among
those present from out of the com
munity were Dr, and Mrs. Wayland
Blue of Jonesboro, Mrs. Lula Pal
mer of Southern Pines, and Mrs.
Dolph Blue of Carthage. ,
Mr. Blue has lived in Eureka com
munity all of his life and was teach
ing here when Eureka had only one
teacher. For a number of years, Mr. i
Blue was county surveyor and has
done much of this since, along with
farming. Although never married, he;
was one of the most generous con
tributors in getting the high school
established and the Church built.
College Htudents lloimred
The community is proud of Hulon
Blue who was among students listed
in the new "W'ho's Who Among Stu
dents in American Universities and
Colleges.” Young Blue has had many
honors at State College and is now
president of the Senior class and a
laboratory assistant. He is studying
electrical engineering and this week
is representing State College at a
national meeting in New Orleans, La.
Ann Golden, daughter of our pas
tor. the Rev. W. S. Golden, and Mrs.
Golden, is also listed in the College
“Who’s VVTio.” Ann is a senior at
Queens College in Charlotte and ed-
yards at Boliimore. He slipped and | dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
fo!l, breaking a rib and a wrist bone.; Blue.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Thomas were'
week-end guests of Mrs. Sarah J. rKKSBVTKKIAN ,\l XILIAItV
Blue. ( IK( LKS .AIEKTING NKXT WKF.K
Recent visitors in the John A. Mc
Leod home were Mr. and Mrs. Cari
McLeod of Fayetteville and John D.
McLeod of Aberdeen.
Mrs. N. A. Underwood and Char-
Circles of the Woman’s Auxiliary
of the Brownson Memorial Presbyter-
iar Church will hold their December
meetings next week. Schedule of the
lie Carter of Sanford were Sunday meeting.'* is as follows: Circle No. 2.
Monday afternoon with
Bailey: Circle No. 4, Mofp
m., witii Mrs. Franklin Cy_^
ines.s Woman's Circle. ?•!
m., with Mrs. Lewis Meri<*0
deen; Circle No. 1, Tuesdag
with Mrs. D. E. Bailey and
3. Tuesday, 3 p. m., with
New 1912 R. C. A. Radios at Haye
Seek Stage EUiuipment
The P. T. A. and the school Alum
nae association are working togeth
er to raise funds for stage equip
ment for the auditorium in the new
school, Mrs. Carey McLeod, route 3
Carthage, is president of the P. T.
A. and Miss Neillie Blue, route 3, is
About 8 o’clock Friday morning,
the gas engine that drives the air
pump at Prilliman's garage backfired, -
and the blaze reached inflammable spcretary-treasurer of the Alumnae
material that quickly filled the shop ‘
with flames. An alarm was sounded
and the firemen came out immediate
ly, but the fire had crept up the wall
near the engine and the ceiling. There
it was stopped. Nearly a score of
cars were damaged.
Dr. A. McNeil Blair gives dinner to
Governor-elect Dr. Martin C. Brum
baugh, of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Mary E. B.-jxter has moved ,
into her new house, corner of New directing the school children
A miscellaneous shower for Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Garrison was given Sat
urday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Michael.
Mrs. Earl Bullard of Fairmont is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Etta Fulk.
Mrs. W. D, Ferguson is making sat
isfactory progress, following an op
eration at Moore County Hospital.
Sale of Christmas seals is now un
der way with Miss Black of the
Hampshire avenue' and May street
and her daughter, Miss Janette H.
Baxter, is with her.
and Mrs. Ada Thompson, health
chairman of the home demonstration
club, enlistin? the help of the club
1911 ! Mf. and Mrs. Lawrence McLeod and
Thank.sgiving golf. Winners of the'®”" Raleigh, and Mrs. John Gil-
Flag Tournament of 12 holes; A. k of Washington. N. C.. visited the
~ .... McLeods over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hendren had
as recent guests. Miss Margaret
Chandler of New York, 68; N. J. Mills
SS; R. E. Wiley, 65; W. D. Bruhn, Dr,
W. C. Miidgett. ,
Mrs. H. G. Rogers and her dan"ht-| teacher at Vass-Lakevlew, Miss
IT Mrs. Nettie Ayres of Boston,"’ar-M'ss Lucy Williford
rived in Southern Pines last week, of Roxboro; also William Hendren and
They came through by automobile,
Mrs. Ayres driving the machine the
rHILCO 331T. This beautiful,
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power, sensitivity and features!
Come in . . . see, hear and tune it.
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thanks to Philco FM System! And
every tu'je woiis on Standard and
Short-U’ave as well as FM . . .
a better radio for every service!
Gouger & Veno
See Alton D. McLean
Opposite Hotel Aberdeen
TRY RUMFORD TODAY-
rrS THE QUALITY WAY
King’s Daughters Hall tonight. ^ --
Phonograph program by B. W. Leav- ° part in the Carolina ma-
friond, Ray Nery, of State College.
Mrs. Celia Shaw ot near Union
Church spent the week-end with Will
Shaw and family.
•Max Blue and Paul Caddell spent
the week-end at their homes. They
A little minute
for a big rest
means more work
and better work
The Geyer pr operty in Southern
Pines was sold at auction in Carth
age this week. W. J. Adams bought
the bank building and cottage for
himself or others.
City Clerk H. O. Parker, Mrs. Par
ker and son. Charles, are moving to
their old quarters at Stringer’s to
neuvers. Paul is a veteran at maneu-'
vering. The recent ones were his
Mrs. Carey McLeod received a let
ter this week, telling of an accident
to her brother. David McCallum who
is employed in the Fairfield ship-
This busy world has discovered
that a little minute for ice-cold
Coca-Cola is worth a lot. Every
body feels better and works bet
ter refreshed. It’s so easy to enjoy
refreshment right out of the bottle.
“J'- I oacK
E. G. Couch, one of our popular) track
young men, has gone to Jackson
The freight depot has been moved
back to make room for a new side
You trust its quality
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