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K.WS AND PERSONALS FROM VASS
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and junior choir ,ed
the Christmas me#*. ler"ate
ly in special fev'
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Miilan and Mrs I** ?ullock
Mrs. S. li. Smith Sector
and Mrs. C. L Tysc
Mrs. James Key ]si* Lead- ,
Julie Lassiter obi^ed her!
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due to ?XCESS ACID
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BROAD ST. PHARMACY
SANDHILL DSUG CO., INC.
seventh birthday with a party, '
December 21, at the home of her j
parents, Mi. and Mrs. Bobby L. |
Lassiter. Birthday cake and soft
drinks was served to the 15 guests
present, who enjoyed games and
favors served by the hostess.
Judging for the home Christmas
decorating community contest
was held Monday night, December
23. Mrs. F. L. Taylor was the
first place winner for her indoor
decoration, and' Mrs. David Moe
second place in the same division.
First place prize winner in the
outdoor division went to Mr. and
Mis. B. S. Futrell Jr., and second
place to the Cub Scouts for their
Nativity scene in town
The contest, sponsored by the
Vass Woman's Club, is expected
to be an annual event. The prize
money was donated by the local
On Monday evening, December
23, the Childrens Missionary So
ciety and their leaders, were en- .
tertained at a Christmas party :
at the church Fellowship Hall,
by Mrs. Horace Mullinix, Mrs.
James Hudson ana Mis. Charles
Refreshments of punch and
Christmas cookies were served.
Games were piayed and gifts were
Due to weatner conditio. is the
children were unable to go carol
ing, as previously planned by the
children's workers, Mrs. Lewis
Frye, Mrs. Bill Coe and Mrs.
Attend Open House
Among the friends and relatives
attending Open House Sunday
afternoon, honoring Mrs. Mattie I
Blue of Carthage on her 100th
birthday were: Mr. and Mrs A.
V. Autrey, Sr., Mr. and' Mrs. Sara
Evans, Mis. Tom Bailey and a
grandson. C. B. Blue Jr.
Military funeral and burial rites
were held for Capt. Itobert D.
Hardy Monday morning at Arling
ton Cemetery in Virginia.
Captain Hardy, 34, was acei
dently shot at his home in Tokyo,
Japan on December 17, wher? he
was on duty with the US Air
Force His body was flown to
Andrews Air Force Base last
week, accompanied by his wife,
Mrs. Edie HarJy and a step -
daughter, who were with him in
Japan His mother, Mrs. Lula
Hardy Hennings, and his brother
Buddy, of the Air Force stationed
in Arizona, left last Friday for
the homem of relatives in Wash
ington to remain for the services.
He is the son of Mrs Hennings
and the latae Oscar Hardy.
Surviving, in addition to his
mother, are two children, Sherrial
and Stephen, by a previous mar
riage, who li'.'e with their mother
in Washington, D. C., and a sister,
Mrs. Richard Slack of Manly, who
was unable to attend the services.
Mrs. Buddy Hardy and two chil
dren remained with Mrs. Slack.
Miss Mar;- Ruth Clark, who
teaches at Atlantic Christian Col
'ege, Wilson, and her mother,
Mrs. Maggie Clark, were here for
the holidays with her aunts,
Misses Agnes aand Mabel Cam
Here Thursday and Friday
visiting their parents, Mr. and ]
Mrs. W. H. Frye, and relatives,
were Mr. nad Mrs. Bill Mashburn
find sons. Paul and James, and
Mrs. W. H. Haborn and son Glenn
of Aiken, S C.
Airman 2/C Clifford Hudfeon of
Selfridge AFB, Mich., with a
friend. Miss Barbara Kolts of
Baltimore, Mich., returned Satur
day after spending the holidays
here at his home with his brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
James Hudson and family, anci
with other relatives.
Mrs. John Tvey and daughter.
Penny, of Cheraw, S. C., visited
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cameron
and' family Sunday and an aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. C
Callahan of Route 2, Vass, and
called on other relatives in the
Over the holiday visitors with
Mr and Mrs. D. H MoGill were
her sister, Mrs. Andrew Hemp
hill of Wilmington; her mother,
Mrs. W. D. McCraney of Keller
Rest Home, Sanford; and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Thompson and chil
dren, Debbie, Dennis, and Dona
of Charlotte, who also visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker and
family and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Baker of Sanford. Deb
bie remained for a few days with
Hugh McDermott of Washing
ton, D. C? was here for the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. McDermott. On Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. John McDer
mott and children of Charlotte,
joined the family for a visit.
J, A. Hudson, Hospital Corps
man 2/c, and Mrs. Hudson and
children, Gary, Mike, and Bar
bara, of Portsmouth, Va? spent
I from Friday evening until Sunda;
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Jessup and son, Tom
my, who ""?? home for the holi
days from St. Andrews College.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Duncan of
Martinsville, Va? came the Fri
day before Christmas for a three
day visit with her parents, th
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Hales, Jr
and family. Miss Joan Hales o'
Virginia Intermont College ac
companied the Duncans here tr
her home On Wednesday the
Rev. and Mrs. Hales, Misses Joan
and Holly Hales, and Mrs. Hales's
mother, Mrs. Linsley, spent the
dfcv in Pikeville with his father
J. D. Hales Sr. Thursday and
Friday visitors here with the
family were Mrs. Hales's sister,
Mrs. Kate Dickens and two chil
dren of Galax, Va.
In observance of Student Re
cognition Day in the local church
es Sunday, a special service was
held nt the Baptist Church with
a program "Studint Night, at
Christmas " Paul McNeill Burns,
a freshman at Chowan College,
was in charge of the program.
The Rev. J D. Hales, pastor,
narrated a film strip "A Search
for Salf." Afterwards, refresh
ments of punch and cookies were
served in the church basement
Mr. and Mrs. Horrce Mulllnlx
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Roby Futrell and family enter
tained on Sunday at a pre-Christ
mas family dinner at the Dixie
Inn. A number of the relatives
from Troy, Biscoe, and Ophir
James Smith was hospitalized
Christmas day for injuries when
a jack slipped from under a car
where he was working.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lassiter and
children, Billy, Janie ami' Don of
Verona, Pa., arrived last Tuesday
for a visit here with his sister-in
law and brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Lassiter and daughter,
Miss Diane La?slter.
On Sunday the decendantx of
the late J A. and Maude Smith
Lassiter gathered at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bug Lassiter, and
Darrell Patterson and nun.
Richard, on the Airport Road,
Lakeview, for a family dinner and
reunion. Present In addition to
the above were: Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard La&siter and son BiUy
and grandson of Colon; Mr. and
Mrs Ernest Chrisco and family of
Cartnage; Mr. and Mrs. Nubbie
Elk ins and daughter, Linda Rose
of Robbins; Mr. and Mrs. Jakej
Gunter and son Larry of Colin;
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Gunter,
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. James Fields
and Darline, of Siler City; Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Blake Jr., and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Davis
and daughter, of Greensboro; Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Chrisco and fami
ly and Mrs. Charles Bnstoe and
daughter, Carthage; Mr. and Mrs
Jesse Coore and boys, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred Lassiter and boys
and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Joyner
and family of Sanford.
Pvt. Joe Frye of Fort Gordon,
Ga., ar. ived Saturday for a leave
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Frye. Joe was accompanied
here by Bill Frye and Roy Frye,
who went for him Friday evening.
Miss Ann Edwards, who teaches
at Winsoi Park School, Charlotte,
and Al Edwards of Wingate Col
lege, are here with their parents,
Mr. and" Mrs. A. G. Edwards, Jr.
for teh holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hargrove
ar.d children, Betsy, Matthew,
Patrick and Mike of Arlington,
Va., spent Thursday until Satur
day with parents, Mr. anad Mrs
H. C. Callahan, and Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Callahan and visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ramey left
Friday for a week's visit with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Ramey and family, of Layefette,
Mrs. Daniel Boggs, Miss Agnes
Boggs, and Leroy Boggs were
Christmas day guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Womble and children,
Vann and Teresa, of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinsley
and boys, Ronnie and Rickey,
and Deck Hinsley of Rock Hill,
S. C , came last Monday to spend
the holidays with their mother,
Mrs. Marie Hinsley and grandson
Tony and her parents, Mr and
Mrs. Salmon and family of White
Miss Marjorie Leslie Bullock
left last Thursday for a few days
visit with an aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Julian Leslie of Greens
Thursday night supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Skipper Blue
were Mr. and Mrs George Blue,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Danley and
family, Mr. a no Mrs. George R.
Blue and family and Mr. and
I Mrs. Roger Marion and son
I Joining Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Painter and Mrs. O. M. Bullock
last Thursday night for a family
supper at their home at Fuquay
were Lane Bullock and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bullock, and
Mr. and Mis Leon Caviness and
family of Lakeview.
Here for the weekend with his
mother, Mrs. McQueen Baiiey, of
Route 3, Carthage, were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bailey and three
daughters of Richmond, Va. On
Friday evening Robert called on
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cameron
James Thomas, RD2/e of Char
leston, S. C., visited briefly with
relatives here Sunday. A sister
and' brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Simpson, and his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas, had
gone to Charleston earlier Sun
day to accompany James to their
home in Winston-Salem where
he will he spending a leave.
Over the holiday guests of Miss
Bessie Cameron were Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Perry spending Christ
mas day; a niece, Mrs. Milton
Canps, of Falotteville, and Mrs.
Franklin Crumplor and children
of Faeford who came Saturday,
and Mr. and Mrs. Blame Moye
| and' children. Allen, Lisa, and
Richard of Winterville, who visit
Spending Christmas here with
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
V. Autrey, Sr., were Mr and Mrs.
A. V. Autrey, Jr. and children
Betsy, Larry, and Linda of Ashe
boro, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L
Alexander and hoys Tommy and
Philip of Fayetteville. Friday
dinner guests of the Autreys were
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thad of Bennett.
Miss Louise Harris spent the
Christmas holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris
of Palmyra, Va. Her brother.
Tommy, returned with her and
visited with his aunt, Mrs. Ossie
Smith, who returned home with
him Sunday for a visit with rel
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. V.'. A. Muse were Mr.
and Mrs. W. B Graham and
children, Walter Jr., Mary Lou,
and Steve of Graham; Miss Bron
na Sineath of Burlington and Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Graham.
A Christmas day guest of Mr.
and Mrs, C. L. Tyson was L. C.
Wallace of Carthage
Susan Irby of Wake Forest
College is spending the holidays
'here with her grandmother, Mrs.
A. M. Cameron. Other guests in
. the burnt have been her sister,
1 Miss Martha McKay of Fayettc
| villa, and her daughter-in-law
and son, the Rev. A. M. and Mrs.
i Cameron and #oi)s, Stephen and
Paul of ,JrttK?op, vi?iting from
last Thursday until Saturday, and
Mrs! r ochamy McLean of South
ern Pines, spending Thursday.
Christmas day dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gschwind j
were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gsc.v
jwind and family of Greensboro; '
'Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gschwind j
j and family, Mrs. W. P. Parker '
i all of Aberdeen; and Mr. arid Mrs
Howard Gachwimd and family.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ed
wards from Thursday until Sat
urday were Mrs. and Mrs. Jack
Edwards and sons, Tommy and
I Phillip of TfitusvilJe, Fla., and
William Edwards of Saluda, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tyson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Borst and Mrs
IS. R Smith visited Mrs W. D.
Matthews at the Methodist Home
in Durham Thursday afternoon.
They called on G. C. Seymour,
PILOT ADVERTISING PAY?
Pursuant to the provisions of
ofid authority contained in gener
al statutes of North Carolina
Chapter 153, Section 3, Substa
tion 3 7 , notice is hereby given
that a public hearing will be held
in the Council Chamber at The
Municipal Building of the Town
of Southern Pines at 8:00 o'clock
p.m. on the 14th day of January
1964, at which time all interested
property owners and citizens of
the Town of Southern Pines will
be given opportunity to be heard
on the question of whether the
Town of Southern Pines Town
Council should abandon for pub
lic use a portion of a public
Street now commonly identified
as the cut-off at the corner ol
Morganton Road and South Ben
nett Street in the Town of South
ern Pines, and more particularly
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point in
the East line of Bennett
Street running thence South
49 degrees 30' West 37.53
feet to a concrete monument,
the intersection of the east
line of Bennett Street and
the north line of Morfanton
Road; thence with the North
line of Morganton Road
South e2 degrees 09' eist 40.0
feet; thence diiectiy !o the
point of beginning and being
a triangular portion of the
former D. E. Bailey pioperty
(now Carter) over which a
fork of Bennett Streetpasses.
By order of the Tom Council
in regular session assembled on
? he 12th day of Noveakr, 1963.
|s| Mildred P icDonald
The undersigned MarFYances
Cameron Garvin havioj^jalified
as Executrix of the Ests 0f Bet
tie Anne C. Cameron, eceased,
late of Moore County, Hh Car
olina, this is to notify arsons,
firms or corporation having
claims against said e3tto pre
sent them to the undf^ned at
325 East Indiana Aver. South
ern Fines, North Carcxm on or
before the 3rd day of y, (964,
or this notice will he ,ded in
bar of their recovery. Persons,
firms or corporations ibted to
said estate will please, ke im
mediate payment to under
This the 23rd day of.ember,
Garvin, Kxeci Estate
of Bettie Anr Cam
Pollock & Fullqpridf
Attorneys for RBtot'"
135 E. Pennsylvania j?Je
Southern Pines, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE jjuhd
Under and by v of t(u;
power of sale contain a cer_
tain deed of trust ited b
William Arthur Goird wife
Verdia Goins (Ktecu;., j 1 1 i
am W. Smith, Thate<;d June
12, 19M. and WcoIjn the
Moore Cottnly -JUgU, Mort?
gage Book 154> St. gnd
under and byj*?Whe au_
thority invw?r lii under.
ripped a it SubjgMt^^^
an mstrumentuf * date(1
December 3, M?3, kcorae<j
in the Moore County Registry in
Book 268, at page 33, the said
Substitute Trustee will, at
12:00 noon a.m., on
MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1964
at the Court House door of Moore
County, in Cartilage, North Caro- |
lina, sell at public auction tor j
cash to the highest bidder, the
following described property sit- ;
uated in the Town of Southern !
Pines, Moore County, North Ca- j
rolina, and more particularly des
ignated and described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake in
the West Margin of Henley
Street at a point 20 feet North of
Carolina Power poie No. 306;
thence South 4 degrees 00 min
utes West 100 feet to a stake;
thence North 16 degrees 40 min
utes West 100 feet to a stake;
thence South 9 degrees 00 min
utes East 100 feet to a stake in
said street; thence with said
Street South 6 degrees 00 min
utes East 100 feet to the point of
BEING the same property
conveyed to William Arthur
Goins and Verdia Goins, his wife
by G. M. Cameron, Trustee for
Moore County, North Carolina by
deed dated October 9, 1957, and
recorded in Book 219, page 539,
Register of Deeds Office, Moore
County, North Carolina.
This sale is made on account
of default in the payment of the
indebtedness secured by the said
deed of trust.
The successful bidder will be
required to deposit with the
Clerk of the Superior Court ten
ner cent of the first $1,000.00 of
his bid and five per cent of the
excess over $1,000.00
Dated this 9th day of Decem
ARTHUR R. ROWE,
All persons having claims
against Archie Rowe McDaniel,
late of Moore County, N. C., arc
notified to exhibit the same to
the undersigned on or before
June 12, 1964 or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of recovery.
This 12th day of December, 19B3.
Wachovia Bank and Trust Com
pany, Kaleigh. N. C? Adminis
trator. Joyner & Howison, Ka
leigh. N. C., Attorneys.
D 12,1 9.26 J2c
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF MOORE
The undersigned having duly
qualified as the Administrotoi" >t
the estate of Walter Pratt, de
ceased, late of the above named
County and State, all persons
firms, or corporations having
claims of whatsoever nature
against the said Walter Pratt, de
ceased, are hereby notified to ex
hibit the said claim or claims to
the undersigned at 2208 Nickey
Avenue, Fayetteville, North Car
olina, on or before the 12th day
of June, 1964, or this notice will
be plesded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons, firms or corpor
ations indebted to the said Wal
ter Pratt, deceased, are hereby
requested to pay the indebtedness
to the undersigned immediately.
This the twelfth day of Decem
James Joshua Pratt, Admin
istrator of Walter Pratt, De
W. Lam on t Brown
WOOLENS and KNITS
$1.98 and up
COTTONS & SUITINGS
Mill Outlet Store
WOULD YOU TAKE A JOB?
If A New Industrial Plant Is Located In Moore County
And industry considering Moore County as the loca
tion for a new manufacturing plant must first know
how many workers: would be available for production
jobs. The Moore County Industrial Development Com
mittee and the Employment Security Commission
offices are conducting this survey of available work
erg. You can help in gathering the needed informa
tion. If you are a man or woman who would take a
production job in Moore Counly ? PLEASE COM
PETE THIS FORM IMMEDIATELY. This informa
tion will be kept confidential. Be sure to answer each
IF SO: PLEASE COMPLETE AND MAIL THIS FORM TODAY:
Last Name First Name Middle Name
MAILING ADDHESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
SEX AND COLOR
? 1. Male White
? 2. Female White
? 3. Male Nonwhite
? 4. Female Nonwhite
MY AGE IN YEARS IS
? 1. 17-24 Years
? 2. 25-34 Years
? 3. 35-44 Years
? 4. 45-60 Years
? 5. Over 60 Years
? 1. Grammar Grades
? 2. Some High School
? 3. High School Graduate
? 4. College
? 5. Other- Show type below
? 1. Married
? 2. Single
? 3. Other
Check below the distance you live from Aberdeen
In Town Under 10 10-14 15-25 Over 25
Miles Miles Miles Miles
If now employed, where do you work?
? I. Moore ? <. Montgomery
? 2. Hoke ? 5. Richmond
? 3. Lee ? 6. Other
If you are new working name your present job:
1. Now Working
2. Have worked in past but not working
3. Never had a job
If now employed, check ONE box below to indicate how far you travel (one way) to work each day.
If You Are Working, Or Hare Ever Worked, Please Check The Industry Below. And Give The Job Name (?).
INDUSTRY NAME OF JOB How Long Held?
? 1. Farm Work
? 2. Food Processing
? 3. Garment, or
? 4. Textile Mill
? 5. Lumber & Wood i.
? 6. Furniture &
? 7. Metal or Machinery
? 8. Construction
? 9. Store or other
? 10. Government ...i......
? II. Domestic Work
? 12. Other Type firms
? 13. Garage ,
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