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The first animal “Community
Night” was held on the ground floor
of the Community Church Tuesday
evening. Notwithstanding the down
pour of rain, masy were present for
this get-together. The meeting was
opened with the singing of a hymn
and prayer led by the Rev. W. M.
McLeod. A detailed report of the cast
and value of the new building and
furnishings and of the present finan
cial status was read from the church
records by I. C. Sledge. This report
bore little evidence of the business de
pression of the past eighteen months
as compared with some enterprises
and was cause for sincere gratifica
A program followed the business
meeting, the chief speakers being the
Rev. E. L. Barber of Aberdeen and
Robt. E. Denny, each proving to be
the unusual combination of master
jester and sage philosopher. They
gave rich entertainment during the
time allotted them. A surprise feat
ure of the program and one greatly
enjoyed was the singing of negro
spirituals by a negro male quartette
of Southern Pines. At the close of the
program, a group of the ladies serv
The congregation at the Community
Church on last Sabbath evening was
privileged to hear the Rev. William
Gordon Neville of South America.
Mr. Neville, who is a zealous work
er in the mission fields in Brazil, is
on his first furlough in the United
States, and those who heard him
were informed and inspired by his
stirring message. The Brotherhood
choir under the leadership of J. A.
Mills had charge of the music which
was a pleasing feature of the ser
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deneen were hosts
to four tables of bridge on Saturday
evening in their apartment. High
scores were held by S. A. Hennessee
and Mrs. Jack Mulcahy, to whom
prizes were awarded. Low score
prizes were given Mrs. L. L. Yost,
and Jack Mulcahy. Guests included
Mr. and Mrs. J. I O’Brien, Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Yost, Mr. and Mrs. S.'A.
Hennesee, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mul
cahy, Mrs. Helen Robbins, Mrs. N.
B. Crandall, Mrs. M. Hagood, Mrs.
Lyman and Miss Ella Jones.
Mrs. Bert Nicoll was charming
hostess to two tables of bridge in her
home on Thursday evening of last
week. Prizes were^won by Mrs. W.
R. Viall and Mrs. T. R. Cole. The
hostess served an iced course and
cake. Those pjaying were Mrs. Tom
Cole, Mrs. W. R. Viall, Mrs. True
I P. Cheney, Mrs. Gordon Cameron,
j Mrs. Eric Nelson, Mrs: Frank Dupont,
Mrs. Alec Innes and Mrs. L. L. Yost.
Mr. and Mrs. True P. Cheney en
tertained informally Wednesday eve
ning, having as their guests Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Nicoll, Prof. and Mrs. Har
old Brownbeck and Major and Mrs.
The Supply Committee of the Moore
County Hospital Auxiliary, of which
Mrs. Williamson is chairman, is meet
ing this Friday afternoon at 2:00
with Mrs. Nicoll at Sunny Corner
Mrs. W. R. Viall and Mrs. E. B. ‘
Keith are entertaining at bridge at |
the Club Skyline Tuesday, April 7th
at 2:30 o’clock.
Mrs. N. B. Crandall of Cambridge,
Mass., is the house guest of Mrs.
Margaret Hagood for two weeks.
The Misses Eliz^abeth McDonald
and Lerora Sally of N. C. C. W.,
Greensboro, are spending the Spring
holidays hfere with home folks.
Miss Caroline Battley of Shelter
Island Heights, N. Y., is visiting rel
atives and friends in the Sandhills.
The Misses Elizabeth McDonald
and Lerora Sally of N. C. C. W.,
Greensboro, are spending the Spring
holidays here with home folks.
Mrs. James Quale, Mrs. N. P. Ray
and Mrs. W. L. Dunlop spent Thurs
day in Greensboro.
Prof. and Mrs. Harold Brownbeck
of Colleysville, Pa., are guests this
week of Major and Mrs. L. L. Yost.
Mrs. Eric Nelson and son, Donald,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Hay
wood in Candor Wednesday and
Thursday of this week.
Miss Minnie Turnbull, Miss Bes
sie Cameron, Roy Kelly and J. B.
Cameron, Jr., spent Sunday in Co
lumbia, S. C., guests of Miss Louise
Anderson Page is spending this
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Charles M. Nicoll of Carthage
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Nicoll on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hinson announce
the birth of a daughter on Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Tate had as
week-end guests Miss Nannie Tate of
Salisbury and Joe Doggett of High
Donald Ross and Eric Nelson were
in Augusta, Ga., for several days this
James Quale spent Tuesday in Ral
Miss Thelma Bliss and Miss Peggy
Brawley of Salem College came home
Wednesday to spend the spring holi-
Roderick Innes, a student in Oak
Ridge Military Institute, spent Friday
and Saturday of ■ last week with his
parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Alec
Cards announcing the marriage of
Miss Louise Ransdall and Roscoe T.
Reed in Raleigh March 21st have been
received by friends of the bride in
Pinehurst. Mrs. Reed was a popular
member of the graduating class of
the Pinehurst school. last year, hav
ing spent the winter in the home of
her brother, S. R. Ransdall.
Thomas Henderson of the Carlysle
School, Bamburg, S. C., arrived Wed
nesday for a week’s visit in the home
of his parents, Qr. and Mrs. L. V.
ELISE LEADS COUNTY IN
PAE T. BARNBN, he.
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Southern Pines, N. C.
Elise led the county in school at
tendance in January, with a percent
age of 96. Acom Ridge was second,
Mt. Zion third, Putnam fourth and
Cedar Hill fifth.
Next in order came the following:
Ingram Branch, West End, Jackson
Springs, Pinehurst, Eagle Springs,
Aberdeen, Glendon, Cameron, Car
thage, Vass-Lakeview Farm Life,
Southern Pines, Hemp, High Falls,
Needham’s Grove, Moody, Roseland,
Melton, Dover, Plank Road, Rock Hill,
West Philadelphia and East Philadel
The county average was 86.89 per
cent, practically the same as the
previous year and 4.18 per cent bet
ter than 1929.
The Kiwanis Club gives an annual
cup to the school having the highest
percentage of attendance through the
CHICKEN SUPPER AT NEW
COMMUNITY HOUSE FRIDAY
There will be a Chicken Supper
Ferved at the New Community House
in Aberdeen on Friday night, April
10th, at 6:3Q, the proceeds to be used
to buy furnishings for the house.
Single tickets, $1.00; two tickets,
$1.50. Music will be provided while
supper is being served and everyone
will have a good time, according to
the committee in charge.
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WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS !
The unusual conditions that have overtak
en the Sandhills, the full hotels, tlie visitors
who are crowding in at this time of the year,
the new horses arriving, the numbers following
the golf games, and everything else, tell of the
way Weymouth, with other locations is bound
to develop in the near future.
Everything is on for a big day just ahead.
Weymouth is the place you will want a home.
Out of the crowd that is filling the heart of the
villages. Not far enough out to be away from
everything. Good roads to all quarters of Wey
Everything you want, including the neighbors,
who are already there.
Better make your selection of a building site,
for the number is not growing.
s. B. RICHARDSON
Southern Pines. North Carolina
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