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The pilot. (Vass, N.C.) 1920-current, January 02, 1964, Page 4, Image 4

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Women's Activities and Sand li ills Social Events MARY EVELYN de NISSOFF Editor TELEPHONE OX 2-8512 MISS NANCY ROSE WIGGS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L Wiggs of 170 East Connecticut Avenue, who announce her engagement to James Alan Beddingfteld', son of Mrs. John L. McKenzie of Pinehurst, and the late James R. Beddingfield. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Southern Pines High School and is attending Hardbargers Business College in Raleigh. Mr. Beddingfield is a graduate of the Pinehurst High School and is a sophomore at East Carolina College. Both plan to finish their education. No wedding date has been announced. Beasley Family Have Holiday Reunion; Also Celebrate 3 Birthdays R. P. Beasley and his sister, Miss Mary, entertained members of their tamily ana' a few friends on Thursday, December 26 in their home, 160 North May St. at a buffet luncheon. Three birthdays occur in this family during the Christmas hol idays- R. P Beasley, Miss Mtuy and their sister, Katrina, now Mrs. John Hartsfield, of Raleigh. These birthdays were recog nized during the luncheon, with lovely gifts from, all the brothers and sisters and members of their families. Humorous speeches were made by brother x orred, a? ae present ed the gifti to the three. Thev re sponded wj*h equal enthusiasm ana deep appreciation. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. R. 1?. Beasley of Vass, Route 2; their two granddaughters, Nancy and Susan Beasley, of Col umbia, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Claud I. Burkhead II and their four children, Claud, III, Mary Ecna, Laura, and Rebecca Rose of Fay etteville. Also, Mr. and Mrs. H. Page Mc Auiay, their daughter Katherine, who is a student at Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga., and their little son, H. Page, Jr., of Candor. Also, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beas ley, Mrs. Nan Jennings, Mrs. Beasley's mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Beasley, their son Blair, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Hartsfield and daughter, Mary, who is a student at Greensboro College, all from Raleigh, and Bill Warner of Fort Dearborn, Mich. ! Baptist Church Circle ; frnjoys Holiday Party "!? raUi> o I Ciicit 3 at the First . 'U plift Church were entertained ;by Mr? Jsrnes Clayton of 3tW [West Connecticut Avenue Friday I night at their annual Christmas: I party. Thirteen members anil guests Mrs. Henry Clayton and Miss Joy Clayton, were present. Ths home was decorated for the holiday season and the program and games were appropriate to Christ mas. Miss Clayton entertained the group with a solo, "Bells Are Hinging," after wfhich familiar carols were sung by the group. Mrs. Clayton read Dav>' ana the | First Christmas." A contest, "Boy Meets Girl," was presented' by Mrs. Billie Jo Ryan, who played the harmonica as part of the contest During the social hour, gifts were exchanged and punch and Christmas goodie? were served. Assisting the hostess in serving were Miss Clayton and Mrs. Lula Standi. Firemen, Officers Are Supper Guests A* St. Joseph's Sisters on the staff of St. Jo seph oi the Pines hospital had a buffet supper Monday evening as a holiday compliment to the Southern Pines volunteer fire men, police department and state highway patroimcn stationed here. They came and went as their duties permitted between the hours of 6:30 and 7:30, partaking of a bounteous feast of turkey, ham and all the trimmings, from a table bright with Christmas decorations. "This is a small token of our appreciation for the wonderful cooperation of these men, and their fine service to all the com munity," said Sister M. Virginia, hospital administrator. COL. AND MRS. DICKINSON, MARRIED 50 YEARS, ENTERTAINED BY DAUGHTERS "Dunrovyn, the attractive home of Col. and Mrs. O. A. Dickinson, was the scene of their festive 50th wedding anniversary celebration Thursday. The party was postponed from the 23rd be cause of bad weather. Over 200 friends were invited by the daughters of the annivers ary couple to offer their congratu lations. Guests were met at the door by two of the grandchildren, Stephanie and Hoke Pollock. De borah and Anne Hutaff, their grandchildren from Fayetteville, presided over the guest book and the coffeo service. In the receiving line with their parents were the joint hostesses, Mrs. Sam (Patricia) Hutaff ot Fayetteville, Miss Diane Dickin son of Charlotte, and Mrs. Hoke (Jeanne) Pollock of Southern Pines. The house was beautifully de corated with flowers from many friends. The Christmas tree in front of the house and the one on the enclosed porch were dec orated in white snowflake lights and gold satin balls. The dining table was covered with an imported lace cloth and one centerpiece of yellow roses, white fuji mums, snapdragons and orchids, was fashioned on a tail silver candelabrum. Kg? nog was served by Mrs. Ttilian Hutaff of Fayetteville and Mrs. John F,. Elmendorf. Jr. of Southern Pines. Miss Anne Hutaf? of Fayetteville and Mrs. Alfred M. Koster of Southern Pines serv ed coffee. i i Hollywood Hotels Lists : Holiday Arrivals Here Arrivals during the past week and Christmas visitors at the Hollywood Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Biddison of Fayette iville, here tor the holidays; Mr. ' and Mrs. Henry P Foust of i Greensboro; Mrs. Wilbur P. Fish jof Geneseo, N. Y., the latter here! for the winter, Cmdr. and Mrs. J. D Gessford j of West Long Branch, N. J. stop ped off for a visit with Cmdr Andrew Dam, who is a permanent resident at the Hollywood. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill erf Tusculum College, Greenville, Tenjv, arc there for the holidays TIME NOW TO HAVE THOSE WINTER CLOTHES CLEANED Ihe Valet MRS. ETHEL KINES Whore Cleaning and Prices Are Belter! time for us to thank you, our patron*, w. :?e friendlinest and good wiii fcavt made that pact year so pleasant Happy New Year to #111 SANDHILL DRUG CO. Soul horn Pin#* In and Out of Town - Mr. and Mrs. Pat Calcutt and four-month-old daughter, Patricia Kathleen of Norfolk, Va., and John Calcutt of Wilmington, N. C., were holiday visitors here with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cal cutt. Benjamin Rowe, stationed with the U. S. Navy in Corpus Christi, Texas, spent Christmas here with his mother, Mrs. Albert Rowe and his sister, Mrs. Gary Cameron and her husband. F>ack home after a Christmas vacation visit with Mr. and Mrs. James M?nzel in Mebane is his mother, Mrs. Harry Menzel. Mrs. J. U. Pritchett and daugh ter, Nona, left the day after Christmas, returning home Sun day after a stay with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Huckabee in Griffin, Ga. The James Ratliffs are home after a holiday stay with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Speigel in Florence, S. C. The James Hartshornes are on a trip through South Carolina this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freeman spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas. Their son, Geoffrey, is remaining here for a visit with his grand parents. Mrs. John Mock and her niece. Miss Barbara Mansmann, are back from Pittsburg, Pa., where they spent Christmas. Barbara re turns this weekend to Sacred Heart Academy in Belmont. L'SE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT CHECK FOR An Investment in a met elc gsnt future. TOWLE is the finest your money csn buy - and its enjoyment v?ill 6s --Icilesj' Wn 'll be proud to show it to you. <-Pc pi Settinr, from SilJO Tea Speom. from $*.00 S?nte* Pieces, from U K Ferkinsoii's,Iiic. Southern Pino* Misses Luriiiie and Nell Willis, former local residents, were here from Clemmons for several days with Miss Helen Butler. Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alden G. Bower were his sister and brother-in law, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ben Bradin who were en route home to Col umbia, S. C., after a visit with their daughter and son-in-law, Maj. and Mrs. Colby Broadwater, wno have just returned to Wash ington, D. C. from a tour of duty in Germany. Major Broadwater will be stationed at The Penta gon in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Butler and son, Dan, are due home Sun day after a short cruise through the British West Indies and to South America. Mr and Mrs. Richard S. Ray and children, Sandra Ann and Shaw of Winston-Salem were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Ray and his family from Charlotte were Sunday vis itors with the family, coming es pecially to see his father who is in Moore Memorial Hospital, where he is being treated'for in juries received when he fell Fri day. spenaing unnstmas wnn Mr. and Mrs. Dooley Adams and fam ily were her sister, Mrs. Joar Ketcham and her son. Todd, o Washington, D. C. Or. and Mrs. John Dotterer and daughter, Susan, of Sanford, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Benedict and son, Chris. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Jellison left Christmas night for 10 days in Florida, following which, they were leaving for a ciuise to Nas sau, the Virgin Islands, and other places of interest. They expect to return to their home here Janu ary 15. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Phillips and daughter, LindR, of Raeford, were Sunday guests of his sisters, Mrs. W. C. Ferguson and Mrs T C. Vann. Bill Wiggs spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W I,. Wiggs. He has jUst comple ted his six. months' active service at Fori Devens, ' iss.. and has returned to his position with Schoenig Optician in White Plains, N. Y. Leaving yesterday, Wednesday, for a few days in New York were Mrs. Daniel Boyd and children, Christopher, 16, Jamie, 13, and Wendy, 11, who have been guests at Weymouth of Mrs. Boyd's mother-in-law, Mrs. James 3oyd After a visit with her mother, the family plans to return to San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Viola Hobson returned ? Sunday to her home in Boston after u Christmas visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Tlvis Crum, her husband, and their children Dr. ami Mrs Joseph Dimb of I "sleigh were the weekend guests t-jf lie* parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Clyde G. Council. Odd | numbered US roads run north i<nd south; even numbers cast and west. MISS ALICE MAKELY LINEBERGER MISS LINEBERGER AND LOCAL ATTORNEY JOHN HARNEY, PI, AN A SPRING WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. James Harold | Lineberger of Belmont announce the engagement of their daugh ter, Alice Mafcely, to John Mat hews Harney of Aberdeen. He is the son of Mrs. Thomas Badham Wood of Edenton, and the late John M. Harney of Raleigh. Alice is an alumna of Chatham Hall, Chatham, Va., end in 1960, was graduated from Smith Col lege, Northampton, Mass. For the past year, she has iived in Wash ington, D. C., where she was em ployed in the Department of Commerce. John graduated from North Carolina State College, after Meetings Listed For The United Church The Rev. Carl Wallace, pastor of the United Church of Christ, will preach Sunday on "Missing the Mark," (a communion medi tation) at the 11 a. m. service. The Youth Fellowships will meet at 6 p. m. Sunday with the senior program, a film on "Ma hatma Ciandi." and the junior program on "Communism." The board of trustees mecls January 8 at 8 p. m. The Women's Fellowship Cir cles meet as follows January 9: Fanny Timrnons at 10 a. m. with Mrs. Marvin Cornell; Margaret White, Lena Sweczy and Friend ship circles at the church at 2 p. m.; Ruth Burr Sanborn at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Gene McDonald, New Heir-Rivals FRANCES G. ' BUOYER A daughter, Frances Gail, was born December 28 at Moore Me morial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Cla-ton H. Buoyer of Raeford. She has a brother, Duncan, three. The mother is the former Miss Janet Cornwell. daughter of Mrs. S. D. Fobes of 280 Went Connect icut Ave. THOMAS BOWEN, JR. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bowen, for merly of Southern Pines, now of Charlottesville, Va.. are the par ents of a third child and, second son, Thomas Aubrey Bowen, Jr., born December 31 at Martha Jef ftrson hospital there. Both the mother and her six-pound, two ounce son are doing fine, accord ing to reports happily received by the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Nichol?on. here. Mrs. Bowen is the forme, j Winifred Nicholson. Paternal ! grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bowen, formely of South- j cm Pines, now of Hillsboro. I Grandmother Bowen is at Char- j lottesville, looking after Christie, aged eight, and' Steve, seven, at this time. CARD OF THANKS We want to express our dfcep gratitude to all our friends find neighbors for their kindness and expressions of sympathy at the time of our recent bereavement. The Family of W. A. Moore It's forbidden to u iw. your horn ! for hatUntf friends or to express 1 irritation. Vie it as a warning j only. which he served throe years as a j lieutenant in the United State-: Army in Europe. Upon his return, he received his Bachelor of Law : j degree from the University of ; North Carolina. He is now asso ciated with the firm of Johnson | and Johnson in the general prac- : tice of law in Aberdeen. Alice and John plan a spring wedding. f^ove KfiS? Ptt Dagw^ Suvtiaas; met tb.?re >r&UttS fcarty. 1 l:Ssi JfomrT? ; **+*$ I ?*wi Loui&c !***? tSweangfl c'**v<; 253 u) m Wfeja* for its ann1 SfiVfral g [ 8n<l all jo^ne* after which vited to the Ineahtnents, Guer>ig exc: Mrs. Georgia Of Eastern rsi presented a w, %vers piovert siting carols guests were \n :oom lo: ?? ,ed guts and epard, manager *? Cato\?a was plaque made by Miss Lcuiie ofcn. Mrs. Shepard also win the dfcr prize, a Santa Claus made off red and white washcloths. Three out-of-town guesw wcje present, Mrs. Sliepard, Mr... Jayue Campbell of Raeford, junior past state president, and n member of Dogwood Grove, Miss Virginia Diggt, who now lives in Char lotte. Then? were twelve others present. PiLOT ADVERTISING PAYS 1 JOHN ^ HUGGLKi It has bet! a genuine plea sure to serv you during the nn. . \ru,at' C1,"T ll'P Irt/ll/- fry f ,t \.Ui| ?*' ? - >vv<>- A.\J M. - ward to servr.g you again. . . May this coring year bring all manner of god fortune your way. Barnum RMif & insurance Co. Souihatnfin**, IT. C. CiliaemSenk B2dg. WE AHE S?EI>ENDEKT ACNTS1 the our a i> that to com?,' 1--, y BRYAN mm. Abo r deelKs Dobbs Restai At Whispering Pine B U F I 12 to p.m., Beginning $2.50 ps: Children unde: DINING Saturdays Begi DINING COMBO COVER Sl.bO Reservations Suggested U.S. 1 ? 4 miles noxti ING i.n iii

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