Friday, August 31, 1934.
THE PILOT. Southern Pines and Aberdefcn, North Carolina
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Get the Newest at Melvin’s
New Case Fruit of the Loom Prints, All New Fall
Patterns. As Good As There Is In Prints, at, yd,, 20c
^Other Good Prints at I4c_15c and 18c
GET THE CHir.DREN’S SCHOOL DRESSES NOW.
Aberdeen N. C.
The Week in Southern Pines
WHAT A NIGHT. THE ICEMANS ^
ball DIDN'T BREAK UP
TILL 3 A.M. -THIS
20 POUNDS FEELS ,
1.UKE A TON,
■' Ml?. HOULIHAN.
KS LIk-E that
ball last night
WORE you COT.
this ought TO SET „
YOU UR x__-/ „ I MISS O GALLAGHEI?”
■ VCXJ'RE THE OXX
i\WWAT IT TAKES
■»WHAT A change '
WHAT A CHANGE '•*
I JUST WASN'T/^ ^
wi^T A change J
MVSELF UNTIL /pA'^
BOUNCE BACK TO NORMAL
Order by the case (24 bottles) from
your dealer.... Keep it cold and
ready lo serve in your refrigerotor.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Aberdeen, N. C.
The Rev. Fred Stimson is away on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch have
returned from New York where they
.spent several weeks.
Mrs. John S, Ruggies has gone to
Wilmington because of the illness of
her father, John W. Plumner.
Fred Dickin.son of Rockingham was
a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Over
ton this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Cour.sey spent
the week-end at Mrs. Silver’s home
on Bennett street.
Wallace Ca.se is spending his vaca
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
George W. Case.
Mrs. E. A. Tracey arrived in South
ern Pines Tuesday from Wyalusing,
Pa. •• . ^ ,
Mrs. C. L. Worsham and children
and Mrs. Oswald Conrad have return
ed from Petersburg, Va., where they
have been visiting relatives.
Miss Mary Montgomery and Miss
Pauline Miller were week-end visitors
in Southern Pines.
Miss Catherine Pierson returned
Saturday from California where she
has been visiting he/ parents.
Mrs. E. J. Woodward and Mary
Jane have been visiting in Freemont.
Raiford Terry has returned to Con
cord after two weeks’ visit with his
daughter, Mr.s. T. J. Overton.
Mrs. Park Fisher is now in Wood-
foid. Va. She will return to South
ern Pine.s the latter part of SepLem-
Mis. Julia C. Hooker and daughters
of Charlotte were week-end visitors
Miss Lillian Roberts returned
I Thursday after spending ten days at;
Ocean View. i
F^isher and Robert Cameron spent
Sunday in Greensboro.
Miss Anna Cameron who has been
visiting friends in High Point has re
Jim Silver is visiting his mother on
Mrs. William Huntley has return
ed to her home in Greensboro. j
Mrs. James W. Dickie has gone to j
Woodland, and David Henry who has
been visiting his grandparents will
return with her.
Mrs. D. D. Wicker and children are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Camer
Miss Helen Hartgrove has been in
Hamlet for the past week visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trousdell
have arrived in Southern Pines.
Mns. D. G. Stutz entertained at
bridge Tuesday afternoon. High
scores were won by Mrs. John Ho-
warth and Miss Lenora Riggan. Oth
er guests were Mrs. Earle Merrill, ,
Mr.s. Garland Pierce, the Misses El
sie Chandler, Katherine Wiley and
George Pottle of Jefferson High
lands, N. H., will arrive next w'eek to
Mi.ss Ruth Lane Howard of Chapel
Hill and Hal Hammer Walker of
Asheboro were week-end guests of
Miss Edith Poate at the home of her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Poate.
Mrs. T. N. Owen is staying at The
Piedmont this week. She will return
to Clearwater, Fla. early next week.
Mis.ses Florence and Gussie Rad-
wellj who have been occupying the
Olmsted house on Weymouth Heights
for the summei', are at The Piedmont
A Great Satisfaction
To know that we never
fail to show up if you
send your family wash
to us. You are sure to
have it returned
' does it b&t
THE FAMILY LAUNDRY, INC.
“AN OKI>IN.\XC'E .VLTHOKIZING
THE ISSl'.\NCE OF $23,(MM) IX
BONDS OF THE TOWN OF
SOI THKKN PINES, NOKTH t \K-
OLINA, FOR THE F:NL.\1UJE-
MENT AND EXTENSION OF THE
rOUN SEWEKA«E SYSTEM.’
BE IT ORDAINED, by tho Board
Deny That East
Marland Woolnough has arrived, ,
from Toronto, Canada. j C'lIK.MIC.AL C'RKW BRINGS
Mrs. W. L. Baker anU Miss Edna ' HOME SOME MONEY
Shaw were visitors in Laurinburg i The competing crews of the South-
Saturday. j ern Pines Fire Company entering the
Reece Harrington of West Virginia i events during the meet at Charlotte
Claim Made That Figures Show'
Preponderance of Westerners
Appointed by Governor
of Commissioners of the Town of
Southern Pine.s, as follows: '
Pursuant to the Municipal Finance
Act 1921, of North Carolina, as
amended, negotiable bonds of the
Town of Southern Pines. North Car
olina, are hereby authorized to be is
sued in an aggregate principal amount
not exceeding $23,000, for the pur
pose hereinafter described.
The proceeds of said bonds shall be
applied solely to the enlargement and
extension of the sew'erage system of
the Town of Southern Pines hereto-,
fore established and maintained by j
said Town by constructing filter beds ;
for the Town’s sewerage disposal
“AN OKDIN.VNCE Al'THORIZING
THE ISSl’.XNCE OF !j;i!).000 IN ,
BONDS OF THE TOWN OF ;
SOI THERN PINES, NORTH CAR
OLINA, FOR THE ENLAIKiE-
MENT AM> EXTENSION OF THE
TOWN VV.VTER SYSTEM.’
BE IT ORDAINED, by the Board
of Commissioners of the Town of
Southern Pines, as follows: ]
Pursuant to the Municipal Finance '
Act 1921, of North Carolina, as
amended, negotiable bonds of the!
Town of Southern Pines, North Car-'
olina, are hereby authorized to be is-;
sued in an aggregate principal
amount not to exceed $19,000, for a |
purpose hereinafter described. j
The proceeds of said bonds shall
be applied solely to the enlargement |
and extension of the water system of j
the Town of Southern Pines hereto
fore established and maintained by,
said Town by constructing or recon-;
structing water mains and installing
a new steel storage tank. |
A tax, sufficient to pay the princi-;
pal of and interest on said sewer and
water bonds, shall be annually levied
A statement of the debt of the
Tovm of Southern Pines has been fil-1
ed with the Town Clerk, pursuant to j
the requirements of said The Muni-1
ripal Finance Act 1921, as amended,
and is open to public inspection. |
All expenses to be defrayed by
means of the bonds hereby authoriz- ‘
ed are necessary expenses of the |
Town of Southern Pines within the ]
meaning of Section 7 of Article VII of |
the Constitution of North Carolina. i
These ordinances shall takf* effect!
thirty days after their first publica- j
tion, unless in the meantime a peti-1
tion for their submission to the vot
ers is filed under said The Municipal,
Finance Act, 1921, as amended, and
in such event they shall take effect
when approved by the voters of the
Town of Southern Pines at an election
as provided in said Act.
T*e foregoing ordinances were pass
ed on the 29th day of August. 1934,
and w^ere first published on the 1st
day of August, 1934.
Any elections or proceedings ques
tioning the validity of said ordinances
must be commenced within thirty days
after their first publication.
H. F. BURNS,
A31, S21 Town Clerk.
Recent articles relating to the so-
called political dominance ol the east
ern part of the State, as indicated by
the refusal of the General Assembly
in the last two sessions to rearrange
the senatorial' districts and reappor
tion the House members, and that one
constitutional officer is in the west
and six in the east, are said to have
caused criticism of Governor Ehring-
haus, an easterner.
This criticism of Governor Ehring-
haus is not justified by the facts,
when a check of the appointments he
has made in about 20 months is made.
Exclusive of the strictly local ap
pointments, such as lecorders, solici
tors, auditors, tax boards, mayors and
children, required to be made by the
Governor, it is seen that Governor
Ehringhaus has made 295 appoint
ments, 164 westerners and 131 are
easterners. Of these 84 are directors
or trustees of institutions and, al
though most institutions are in the
east, 44 are westerners and 40 east
erners. Of the total of actually State
wide appointments, exclusive of the in
stitutions, there are 211, of which 120
are westerners and 91 easterners.
In appointments of salaried offi
cers, however, the east has the bulge,
as 11 full- salaried offices are filled
by easterners and five by westerners,
while in part-t’;ne c'.fices, six are
held by easterners and five by west
erners. The latter are officers of the
two State-owned railroads and asso
ciate utilities commissioners.
The east and west here are those
sections usually considered as such,
the east extending to and including
the counties of Granville, Wake, Har
nett, Hoke and Scotland. On a pop
ulation basis, the appointments would
be close to a 50-50 division for east
will stop here a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Marks on his w’ay to
Mrs. Jessie Rogers, Mrs. Nettie Ay
ers and Mrs. Irene Miller motored
to Greensboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Williams have
returned from Delat, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jackson are
enjoying a cruise to Nova Scotia.
Tyler Terry Overton has returned! - -
after a two weeks’ visit to Chicago, | New all A’-'.ve R. C.
going with his aunt, Mrs. B. S. Jes- dies at Hayes.
Mrs. Eugene Schafer will arrive |
this week to visit her mother, Mrs. j
Verdie Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Schafer ’
are returning from the Worlds Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atkinson were ,
week-end visitors in Fork, S. C. i
Mrs. R. V. Carstens will spend
some time in Coudersport, Pa. ’
Mrs. E. H. Bourgault will arrive
this week. i
Frank Webster has returned after ;
attending the summer session at Co- |
lumbia University. |
Mrs. Lillie Bassart, Mrs. Rose Me- |
Naughton and Mrs. Howard Rogers |
of Mt. Pleasant, Penn., were week- ^
end guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Hewitt, j
Junior Blue, Robert Dorn, Hunt '
of the 47*h Annual Norlli Carohna
State Firemen’s Convention mad>3 a
good record in competition wth the
highly drilled teams of the larger fire
departments. The water team made a
good run, but it remained for the j j
crew entering the chemical race
Cashion, Michael and Johnson to i S
bring home a prize, $50.00 received
for 3rd place and an 8 second r\m.
A. Victor Ra-
Everything (or the School
We believe we have the larg'est and best
line of school books and school
supplies in Moore County.
COME AND SEE US
No advance in pi’ices from last year.
The best of everything in our line at very
SANDHILLS BOOK SHOP
Brief Cases, $1.75 and up at Hayes.’
WORK ON t’.APITOL S(il ARE
.VBOUT TO BE COMPLETED
Finishing touches are about to be
put, finally, on improvements on
Capitol Square, done by CWA and
ERA workers, after several delays.
Only a little leveling and sodding re
mains, closing the mouth .^f a heat
tunnel at the building and at the cen
tral heating plant, and removing the
remaining debris. Pebble-concrete
walks, red brick driveway, memorial
wall, Vance plaza and other im
provements add much to the beauty.
The Vance plaza contains two spray
ing fountains over huge stone bowls.
It is the beauty spot. The work was
started six years ago by Governor A.
W. McLean, held up because of the
depression, and now about finished.
Big Free Automobile and
Moving Picture Show
On South Street
Aberdeen, N. C.
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 3 and 4, Afternoons and Nights
Come and See What the New 1934 FORD V-8’s Are Made of.
Quality Finishing at reasot able
cost is the motto of the Sandhills
Photo Shop, Aberdeen. Try them.
Ouf iob st>op is as near to you
as your telephone. Phone us to
call and we will be right on the
job to get the job /cu have for u»
1 PACKET HEADS j I
SEE—the cut-away Chassis, showing all moving parts of Motor
and Cha.ssis. A mechanical demonstration of free action for all
four wheels—exclusive Ford feature,
ALSO—Thrilling Motion Pictures of The Elgin Road Race—in
which the first 7 cars to finish were FRD V-8’s. The Gilmore
Trophy Race in California, in which the fii’st 10 cars to finish were
Ford V-8’s. and cartoon, “Rhapsody in Steel.”
AND LAST—(But not the least)—“These Thirty Years” — a
dramatic film, with plenty of love interest, showing tUe develop
ment of transportation from the early days up to now. Don’t fail
to come and see this big FREE entertainment and get a Free
Demonstration ride in a new 1934 FORD V-8.
H. A. Page, Jr., Motor Company
local AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER—PHONE 11 — SALES-SERVICE
ABERDEEN, N. C. ' >