Friday, April "I, 1931.
THE PILOT, a Paper With Character, Abardeca. North Carolina
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Aberdeen, N. C.
Cameron and Comtnunity
I Mrs. J. C. Bruton, J. C. Bruton, Jr.,
! and Mrs. Marshall and children of
j Columbia, S. C., are the house guests
j of Mrs. McDavid Mclver and Miss
I Mamie Arnold.
; Mrs. W. G. Parker, and Miss Helen
j Parker were shopping in Raleigh Wed-
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cdtton of Arca-
j dia, Fla., and Mrs. Arch McDougald
I of Hamlet were guests of Mr. and
I Mrs. H. D. Tally Wednesday.
1 Miss Mattie Harriette Bullock of
! Fort Bragg spent the week-end with
! her parents.
Martin McFadyen has a position
j with the Signal force at Wake Forest
' at present.
Rev. and Mrs. Hare were dinner
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flint Lover-
! Ing Thursday.
On Thursday, March 24th, Mrs. J.
D. McLean entertained at a lovely
rook party in honor of her niece, Miss
Margaret McLean. This, being her
twelfth birthday. The sitting room
was beautifully decorated with potted
plants and spring flowers. Two ta
bles were in play, and high score
prize, a lovely string of beads, was
won by Miss Ruth McFadyen, the
consolation prize, a lovely jar of bath
salts, was won by Miss Marie Parker.
In the game of Progressive Hearts,
high score prize was won by Miss
June Mclver Hemphill. The hostess,
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CHARLES DRUG COMPANY
Phone 16* Aberdeen, N. C.
DR. E. C. EDWARDS
Announces the opening of his office in the Page Trust
Company Building, formerly occupied by the Carolina
Hours 10:00 to 1:00 and 3:00 to 5:00 and by appointment
When you see these frocks we
are sure that you will want at
least two or three! Prints in
the gayest patterns in frocks
for afternoon, . ‘^Sunday
Night” and street wear, that
have novel sleeves, sashes and
We feature the Nelly Don
and the Co-Ed Dresses. These
are, without a doubt, the
smartest dresses that can be
bought anywhere for such a
low price, sizes 14 to 44.
You will also find just thie
Hat you are looking for here
—and so reasonably priced.
STANDARD STORE, INC.
assisted by Misses Isabel McKeith-
en and Evelyn Anne Snow served re
freshments. Those enjoying the hos
pitality of the hostess were • Misses
Marie Parker, Ruth McFadyen, Jan
ette Wooten, Johnsie Cameron, Mar
garet McDonald, June Mclver Hem
phill, (JEvelyn Anne Snow, and Isabel
McKeithen. Miss Margaret was the
recipient of many lovely gifts.
Miss Jessie McFadyen of N. C. C.
W. Greensboro, is spending the spring
holidays with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. D. J, Pierce has returned home
from Charlotte, after several weeks
stay with her son, M. E. Pierce.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. E. Snow spent
Tuesday in Pinehurst.
Miss Loula May Lancaster, and
Elizabeth Erwin of Flora McDonald
College spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. McLean.
Rev. M. D. McNeill was called to
Aberdeen to conduct the funeral ser
vices of Kenneth McCrimmon. Mr.
McCrimmon was a deacon in the
Manley Pres,byterian church. Services
were held in Bethesda Church at
On Thursday afternoon, the Rev. M.
D. McNeill was called upon to con
duct the funeral services of Mrs.
Tom Savage at the old Savage cem
etery. Mrs. Savage was 85 years old,
and a life long member of the White
Miss Katheryn McDonald, who
teaches—at Needham’s Grove, spent
the week-end at home.
Miss Mary Emma Thomas was
supper guest of Misses Inez Wanna-
maker and Ethel Seawell Saturday.
Mrs. Loula Muse is spending a few
days in Whiteville, the guest of her
niece, Mrs. E. K. Proctor.
Rev. Frank Hare preached at the
Baptist Church Sunday night.
Misses Pearl and Clara Johnson will
conduct a study class for the B. Y.
P. U., the subject of which is, “In
vestments in Christia* Living” Miss
Pearl is a returned missionary of
Misses Mary Emma and Elizabeth
Thomas and Milton Thomas attended
a lecture on “Rock Gardens in Dixie”
at Southern Pines Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Allen of Troy
and Dr. and Mrs. Farrior of High
Point spent Sunday with Miss Mamie
Miss Flora May McFadyen of Kelly
spent Sunday at home. She was ac
companied by Miss Kate Beasley, Mrs.
A. B. Andrews and A. B. Andrews,
Jr., of Miami, Fla., and Prof. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, and
sons, Frank, Jr., spent Sunday with
Mrs. Georgie McFadyen.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Graham, Mrs.
Joe rrington and J. W. Harring
ton e shopping in Sanford Mon
Mr. Sloan of Broadway has pur-
chased the drugs from the Lewis
Drug Co., and will open up the bus
iness at once. We welcome Mr. Sloan
to our town, and wish him much suc
Mrs. Rich of Charlotte and daugnt-
er, Frances Robinson were week-end
guests of Mrs. J. M. Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs. Leighton McKeith
en and children spent Sunday at
Mrs. M. McL. McKeithen spent Sun
day in Laurinburg with Mrs. Dougald
Miss Mollie McKeithen spent Sun
day in Aberdeen.
Mrs. Clark, nee Miss Minnie Hun
ter, of Birmingham, Ala., is spend
ing some time with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Hunter.
Mrs. L. B. McKeiithen, Mrs. M.
McL. McKeithen, and Miss Jacksie
Muse were shopping in Sanford Mon
The following teachers of the Pri
mary Dept, of the Cameron High
School, Misses Minnie Muse, Mary
Hentz, Flora Morrison, Esther Seaw
ell, and Margaret Gilchrist gave an
interesting program Friday night in
the school auditorium. This being the
first program of our school commence
John C. Muse of Sanford spent Sun
day with home'folks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ray of Asheboro
spent Sunday with Mrs. D. S. Ray.
OPENS OFFICES HERE
Ddkaous and Refreshing
Dr. C. E. Edwards of Louisiana,
who has been associated with Dr. J.
W. Dickie at Pine Crest Manor for
two years, has opened offices in the
Page Trust Company building in
Aberdeen. Dr. Edwards, already well
known in the Sandhills, now becomes
a permanent fixture in the commun
ity. He is a graduate of the medical
school at Vanderbilt University.
WANTED TO BUY—Light used car.
Address with information Box 866,
Southern Pines, N. C.
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