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Bank, Pinehurst, declares 100 per
cent stock dividend.
August 29 ? Negro child drowns
in rainwater in partly built West
Southern Pines swimming pool
. . .County schools open with
first-day enrollment of 6,523. . .
Tobacco markets' opening post
poned. . .Skeleton found in ?hal
low grave n*ar Aberdeen.
September 5 ? County commis
sioners formally approve $4 mil
lion bond vote for college and
public school construction. . .
Southern Pines schools open with
:ieco?d first-day enrollment of
j 1 ,685. . Father John Harper re
; places Father Francis M. Smith
! as St. Anthony's parish priest.
! September 12? Horseless Car
nage convocation and parade are
held. . . Tobacco markets open. . .
Skeleton found near Aberdeen
identified as victim of 12-year-old
murder. . . Moore Bar Associa
tion delegation places marker at
grave of Judge Alfred Moore at
Cid Enmswick Historic Site.
September 19 ? Nine district j
school committees unanimously I
?jndorse bond issue proposals. . .
(Pinehurst site selected for new j
I building proposed for Moore |
County Mental Health Clinic. . . ;
[Good Neighbor Council reports ;
i Negroes being accepted without ;
i incident in many local motels, ho- j
tels and restaurants. . . David ;
Drexel new president Moore
County Mental Health association. j
September 26 ? W. P. Saunders j
elected head of countywide scor
ing committee for bond issues. . . !
State Alcoholics Anonymous con- ,
vention held at Pinehurst with |
local AA's as hosts. . . Moore j
schools enroll for full accredita
tion effort . . 60 county leaders
: meet at Carthago in interest of
failing Bloodmobile program.
October 3 ? Bond issue vote
: changed I'rom October 29 to No
; vember 5. . . Rev. Charles Worth,
Judge Jolinson J. Hayes are
speakers at Old Bcthesda Presby
! tori an Church homecoming. . .
'All-digit phone numbering slated
i for Carthage and Robbins with
j directory of March 1, 1964. . . New
; auto license bureau opens at Rob
October 10 ? County commis
j sioners state bond issues will re
' quire no tax increase. . . Mrs.
Jack Morgan is new assistant
I county home economics agent. . .
Ralph W. Page, son of Waiter
iHines Page, columnist and au
..hor, dies at 82, U buried at Old
October 17 ? Memorial bells
honoring Eugene C. Stevens pre
sented to Emmanuel Episcopal
church, electronic bell system j
presented to St. Anthony's Cath- |
olic church in memory of Anne
Cosgrove Boros. . . New Pine
bluff fire station dedicated, por
trait of Mayor E. H. Mills pre
sented. . . Registration under way
for bond issue vote. . . Southern
Pines schools plan brochure in
behalf of bond issues.
October 24 ? Record total of
premiums awarded at Moore
Agricultural Fair. . Ann Crock
ett or Vass-Lakeview wins "Miss
Moore County High School" con
test. . . Mrs. Carolyn Blue elected
president Moore County YDC.
Undefeated Aberdeen Red Devils
win Cape Fear Conference title
. . . Appreciation dinner honors
R. M. Cushman, Amerotror. pres- I
October 31? County wide poll
shows strong <=uppori for bond is
sues. . . Final meeting in behalf
of school and college program
held at Carthage, with Dr. I. E.
Ready as speaker. . . Moore Men
tal Health association chartered.
November 7 ? School and col
lege bond issues carry all pre
cincts in overwhelming vote. . .
Vass Rescue Squad unit holds
open house, dedication of new
home. . . Glendon is county win
ner in community development
contest. . . "Whispering Pines, N.
C." established as new post office .
November 14 ? Thomas C. I
Thompson of Pinebluff named ;
county's Morehead candidate. .. j
Mrs Lola Carter honored at tes- j
timonial supper on retirement i
after 40 years' service as post- j
master, Jackson Springs. . . Gov- I
ernor Williams' burying-ground.
recently vandalized, repaired
with permanent protection by ]
Moore County Historicr.1 asset'.- 1
wovemoer 21 ? successiui blood
collections at Pinehurst and 1
Aberdeen help failing blood pro
gram. . . Negro hangs himself in
Southern Pines jail. . Warren ;
Bell, Bub Davies win Golf Carou- j
set. . . George Ross heads Christ- !
mas Seal Sale in Moore.
November 28 ? Moore County
joins nation in shock and grief at I
assassination of President Ken- i
nedy. . . Church services held,
many meetings called off. . . j
Moore Community College board
of trustees appointed. . . R. M.
Cushman, three other Amerotron
executives will move to Spartan
burg. . . Expansion announced
for Bobbins Amerotron plant.
December 5 ? West End blood
collection goes over well to save
blood program. .. H. Clifton Blue
named chairman college board of
trustees. . Dr. C. C. McLean is
new Southern Pines board of ed
ucation chairman, succeeding N.
L. Hodgkins, resigned. . . Dr.
Emily Tufts elected president
Moore County Medical Society. .
.DA. Cockman of Robbins is na
tional 4-H poultry winner.
December 12? Tax listers listed
for January 1964. . . Driver course
for youths 16 to 18 set December
30-31, Southern Pines School. . .
West Southern Pines High school
one of few in State to win ac
December 19 ? H. Clifton Blue
awarded Kiwanis Builders Cup. .
Elderly couple rescued from
apartment fire. Southern Pines
. . . Dr. P. J. Chester, ophthalmol
ogist, dies after long illness. . .
Citizens' group requests survey
of Southern Pines schools.
December 26 ? Arthur Allen,
78, rescued from fire, dies of
acute pneumonia caused by smoke
inhalation. . . Karagheusian Co.
sold to J. P. Stevens Textile Co.
. . Ralph L. Chandler is new presi
dent Moore Memorial hospital
board of tlHisiees.
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great New Year!
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to all of you during the
coming New Year! We
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ana grateful thanks
for your patronage.
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I FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Corner Steele & Wicker Streets
WERE PAID LAST YEAR
To Fomilies Who Found It Pays To
Have Their Savings At
Earnings Start lan. 1st On All Money
Added By January 10th
Start Your Savings Account by January 10th to Receive Full
Semi-Annual Dividends June 30th
As little as $1.00 will start an account. Accounts can be
opened and conveniently handled by mail,
Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
as*-""" 01 NEARLY $13,000,000.00
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF SANFORD. N. C.
J. T. Davenport
W. H. Makepeace, Jr.
J. Victor King
W. H. Bay
I.. D. iMtthour
L. P. WllkitM
L. P. Co*
W. M. Wamble
J. R. Ingram
Corner St??lo St Wick?r Streets