North Carolina Newspapers

    J’rlday, February 22, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Page Sevea
139 of County’s 1934
Babies Are Reported
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Parents Urged to Send In Their
Cards to Complete U. S. and
State Records
The Week in Aberdeen
lina, spent the week-end with A. F.
Boyte, Jr.
Mrs. George Hart of Snow Hill is
Moore county parents are starting
their reports to Washington of the
births of children born in the county
dui'ing the past 12 months. Cards
mailed during the first two weeks of I for treatment this week,
the “Register Your Baby” campaign' Colin Bethune, U. S. N., returned
show that 139 children have been I to Brooklyn, N. Y,, after spending a
Mrs. W. T. Huntley visited
mother, Mrs. Deaton, at Troy last
Dr. E. M. Medlin has been ill this
week with influenza.
Dan Campbell, the small son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell, was
carried to the Moore County Hospital ®
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Underwood en-
her I cookies and candy. A very enjoyable | vi.siting her aunt, Miss Marie Clegg, j tertained 40 guests at a Valentine
play of P. T. A. I'eminiscences wa.s i Mrs. Hart before her marriage was ! dance for their daughter, Helen
put on by high school students, car- j Misa Anne Clegg. | Rose Underwood,
rying out the Founders Day prog- q g Welch spent Miss Margaret McLeod spent Sat-
the week-end in Charlotte. urday in Charlotte. I
ram. The eighth grade was present
ed with the cookies for having the
largest attendance of mothers present I
The Home Committee of Magnolia
Chapter No. 26, O. E. S., will give a
party at the home of Mrs. E. C. Ed
dy on Ma.ssachusetts avenue on Mon
day evening, February 25 at 8 o’clock
The Rev. and Mrs. M. O. Alexan- Miss Mildred Cross, Miss Estelle for the benefit of the Masonic and
properly registered.
This is compared with 564 children
which were recorded as having been
born in this county during the year
1933, as shown in the files of the Bu
reau of Vital Statistics of the State
Board of Health in Raleigh. Parents
are urged by John H. Hamilton, di
rector of the Bureau, to send in these
cards as early as possible.
North Carolina had 75.238 births
properly recorded in 1933, and in
complete figures show that 79,350
births had been recorded for 1934, by
which Dr. Hamilton estimates that
enough more will be added to make
the number of births in the state last
year 80,000, or more.
With almost a 5,000 in
births in 1934 over those in 1933, as
shown by the records, it is believed
that North Carolina has the chance
of again taking her place at the head
of the list in birth rate, a position
held for many years but from which
she was dislodged last year by New
Mexico, and tied with Utah for sec
ond place.
Complete recording of births is be
ing urged in the .state by the U. S.
Bureau of Census, the State Board of
Health and the State Emergency Re
lief Administration.
three weeks’ leave here with his par
Mrs. Lindsey of Charlotte, presi
dent of the North Carolina Temper
ance Union spoke to a large crowd at
the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ruth McLeod of Carthage is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Belle Pleas
ants, who has been quite ill.
Mrs. J. K. Melvin has returned
home from Duke hospital where she
imderwent an operation.
Dan I. Allred has returned from a
business trip to Florida.
Mrs. A. C. McDonald is improving
after a recent illness.
Mrs. Roy Carpenter is in Duke Hos
pital undergoing treatment.
Mrs. Kate Cud.sworth, the aimt and
house-gueat of Mrs. J. Talbot John
son. is improving following a fall last
Mrs. T. A. Burns .spent last Mon
day in Raleigh.
J. K. Melvin, Jr., \^ho i.*t employed
at Elfrid’s in Burlington visited here
last Sunday with a party of friends
from Kannapolis.
Mrs. C. V. Miller and daughter
Margaret attended the funeral
der and children of Thomasville Kelly, Miss Frances Hunter and Miss
spent Sunday with Mrs. Nelia Black. Elva Dietz shopped in Greensboro
Mr. Alexander filled the Baptist pul- Saturday,
pit for both morning and evening
Eastern Star Home. All O. E. S,
members and their niends are cor
dially invited to attend. Various
games will provide the entertainment.
Guests will choose their own games
Card Party
Mrs. Alton D. McLean was host* j services. i Miss Mary Currie was hostess to
ess to her Bridge Club last Friday Frvin Frye of A.she- the Book Reviewers at the Carthage and make up their own tables, or
evening. Mrs. Gordon Keith was the gynjay with Mr. and Mrs.’ Hotel on Thursday evening. Mrs, J. may come and be as.«?1gned place.s by
recipient of the high .score prize, q prye. L. McGraw read a paper on George , the committee in charge. For reserva-
Mr" Colin Osborne the guest prize Barbour of Dunn spent the Bc*'nard Shaw and Miss Meade Sea- tions and information, telephone
and Mrs. Roy Harrington the conso- carthage with Mr and "^11 'ead “The Man of Destiny," by Mrs. E. C. Eddy or Mrs. George Case,
Mrs. R. G. Frye. He was accompanied Shaw. ^ or see Mrs. Walter Spaeth, chairman.
home by Mrs. Barbour who spent the
Ford Men Banquet week in Carthage witli her par-
The anhual Ford bauquet and meet- ents, Mr. and Mrs, Frye,
ing was held at the Community House and Mrs. Clyde Kennedy of Ral-
Tuesday evening to which all the spent the week-end with Mrs.
Ford employees of the H. A. Page. Nellie Lewis.
Get a LIFT with a Camel I
Jr. garages were present.
Mrs. Margaret Penn left for Chapel
Hill Monday after spending .several
Mrs. Wilson Pre.sident with Mr. and Mrs. George
At the annual election of officers Graves. Mr. Graves continues ill and
of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the is confined to his bed.
Presbyterian Church Monday After- Cabel Penn and Miss Margaret
noon, Mrs. C. M. Wilson, was made penn of Chapel Hill spent Sunday in
pre.'iident. Mrs. D. B. Herring, vice- Carthage,
president and Mrs. S. E. Sloan,
DEAL,” tins secretary says.
”1 prefer Camels. They do
not make my ncrvcf. jump}.
1 like their flavor.” (SigmJ)
Mrs. Mary Deaton and Mr. Eulon
Phillips of Warsaw spent the week
end with Mrs. Deaton’s sister, Mrs.
A, F. Boyte.
Mrs. W. H. McNeill and little Miss
It Pays to Advertise in The Pilot.
Lost 20 Lbs. of FAT
In Just 4 Weeks
A St. Louis, Mo., lady wrote; ‘I’m
only 28 yrs. old and weighed 170 lbs.
until taking one box of your Kruschen
Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh
150 lbs. I also have more eueigy and
furthermore I’ve never had a hungry
Fat folks should take one
tea-spoonful of Kruschen Salts in a
.Men of the t'hureh
The Men of the Church will have
their regular monthly supper at the Eleanor Woltz spent the week-end in
Community House next Friday eve- Raleigh with Mrs. Jesse W’oltz.
ning at 7 o’clock after which several Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Yow. Misses Sar-
ot i interesting speeches will be heard. ah and Mary Jackson Yow spent
Mrs. Murdoch McLeod Kelly in ('ar-
thage Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Leo Page of Rockingham spent
the week-end in town visiting hex
mother and sister.
Mrs. Henry A. Page, Jr., was host
ess to the Home and Garden Club
Tuesday afternoon. During the pro- ;
gram hour interesting papers were |
read by Mrs. Macon and Mrs. Roy
Harrington on “What to Prune in
Winter” and “Native Unu.sual and
Useful Shrubs,” and a poem. “The
Long Way Home,” was read by Mrs.
A. L. Burney.
Mrs. E. L. Pleasants reported on
the trip that she and several other
I members made to the district meet-
half ' Garden Clubs in Wilmington
Pilot Advertising Pays.
Sunday in Raleigh.
Edison Deaton, a student at Caro-
(Abote) “SPEED SKATING tails for an
abundant supply of energy. After thelast
hard sprint. Camels restore my 'pep.’”
(Signed) JACK SHEA
two weeks ago, and a note of accept-
glass of hot water every morning be- "'a® Mrs. Wesley Tay-
fore breakfast—’a quarter pound jar
lor of Greensboro, president of the
of North ! H
lasts 4 weeks you can get Kruschen | ^'edeiated Garden Clubs
at Broad Street Pharmacy or any I Carolina, who will speak to the club
drug store in America. If not joy-1 ^ delightful «
fully .satisfied after the first bottle ihe meeting.
—money back. I
I Parent-Teaeher .M»H>tlng
I The Aberdeen-Pinebluff Parent-
I Teachers Association held their Feb- ..
I ruary meeting Wednesday after- |
noon, with Mrs. IC. L. Pleasants, the H
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vice president! presiding.
A total of 22.'>4 lunches were report
ed as having been served thus far in
the season, and it was voted that fruit
be sold in the lunch room instead of
McLean Furniture Co.
We serve only the finest of Beef, Lamb, Poultry^ Fish
and Oysters.
Delivery Service Telephone 6911
The Citizens Bank and Trust Co.
GEO. C. ABRAHAM, V. Pres. ETHEL S. JONES. Ass’t. Cashitr
The Fsdsral Deposit Insurance Corporation
t*snnn maximum insurance cRnnn
Join the many, many thiifty Carolina women who
dread wash-day no more. Now it’s easier than ever
before to own an electric washing machine. If you do
your own washing, you owe it to yourself and your
family to have this work-saving, modern helper. And
folks who have washing "done on the place” are
always happier with the greater cleanliness and sanita
tion of electric washers. Clothes are whiter. Last
longer. Washing costs less. And with an electric
irooer, you have complete washday freedom.
Electricity Can
Electric WaelMr For You
Ic amj not cost you a penny to use diis electric washer.
If you used just $2.00 or more electricity last February
. . . and you use the same amount this year . . . ^ ou
are entitled to extra electricity without any extra cost.
Vour "No-Extra-Cost” tlectricity will be more than
enough to run your washing machine for a month.
Li1>eral Terms Make Baying Easy
Selea your washer and pay only 10% down (but in
no case more than $10.00). Then you have 18 months
to pay the balance. You can really pay for it with the
savings you enjoy by washing electrically. You have
the same easy terms for the Electric Ironer. And if
yen buy both together, you pay only $15.00 down and
have 24 months to pay..
Your dealer, too, will gladly demonstrate electric washers and ironers. Call today.

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