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Friday, April 12, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
New House for Sale The Week in Aberdeen
6 Rooms, 2 Bath Rooms
Situated on a 99-ft. lot—Two blocks
from schools—Two blocks from
Country Club—Six blocks to busi
ness center—All modern improve
ments—gas range—Electric refrig
erator Hot air heat—Dry cellar—
One-car garage. Maid’s room.
R. F. POTTS
('arolina Theatre Building
NcLean Furniture Co.
CASH OR CREDIT
Mrs. Robert N. Page attended the
funeral services held for her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Thos. J. Shaw in Greens
boro last Tuesday.
Mrs. Belle Buchan, mother of Mrs.
Robert Stewart, was ill for several
days last week suffering from the
effects of a fall.
Mrs. Nat Weave r and children
spent the past week-end visiting rel
atives in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. G. C. Seymour is visiting her
m'other at Bethel.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Norris are sorry to learn that
they are moving to Greensboro this
Mi.ss Mary Elizabeth Britt of Tar-
boro was the week-end guest of Miss
Misses Georgia and Florence Wick
er who have been working in Pine-
hurst this winter, are home on a vis
Mrs. John T. Ellis of High Point is
the guest of her sisters, Mrs. E. P.
Capps and Mi.ss Lillian Pleasants,
while recuperating from a recent ill
Miss Carol Bowman visited her
parents in Norlina last week-end.
Bill Maurer was ill at his home sev
eral days last week with influenza.
Miss Hazel Windham visited Mrs.
William Moore in Sanford last week
Mrs. Ruth McLeod or Carthage was
the week-end visitor of Mrs. Belle
Walter L. Moore spent last week
in Rowland visiting his daughter.
The Singing Class of the Metho-
49c. a 1.19
West Broad St. Southern Pines
O'’"'*'’ .olor bro"'*-
We make your
Moths positively won’t sink
their destructive chewers into
anvthinK treated with the new
Konate spray process—here or
in your home. For particulars,
Thursday afternoon of last week
the regular monthly meeting of the
Woman’s Club was held in the club
room, which w’as attractive with its
decorations of purple lilac and spi-
rea. The new president, Mrs. Raymond
Thomas, presided. Mrs. Loula Muse
was elected delegate to the State
Federation which convenes in Eliza-
bert City May 7-10. The American
Home Dept was hostess and the
chairman, Mrs. A- M. Snipes, present
ed a fine program. Readings were
given by Mrs. J. D. McLean and Miss
Grace Snipes. A sewing contest fol
lowed, each member being given a
small square of cloth to hem with the
left hand. The judges, Miss Elizabeth
Ray of Niagara, an expert needle-wo-
man, awarded the prize to Mrs. Loula
The Junior Class of Cameron High
School honored the Senior Class Fri
day evening at an elaborate banquet
in the Domestic Science room. Covers
were laid for 50 guests, including
members of both classes, the entire
faculty and school board. The room
was artisticailj’^ decorated in the class
colors, pink and blue, with the class
flower, pink rose, much in evidence.
Place cards of hand-painted pink
roses, and favors of dainty pink and
blue baskets, filled with pink and
white mints, added extra beauty to
the table. Upton Smith, president of
the Junior Class welcomed the
guests. Mrs. Oliver Ransell was toast-
mistress and the following were call
ed upon: James McDonald, response.
Miss Margaret McLean, president of
Seni9r class. Miss Marie Parker, Miss
Lucille Loving, Miss Margaret Mc
Dermott and FYof. R. F. Lowry.
Misses Mamie, Minnie and Jacksie
Muse entertained the Merry-Makers
at their home on Carthage street on
Thursday evening of last week. The
home was lovely in its decorations of
A contest, “Secret of Success,”
proved unusually interesting, with
Mrs. Jewell Hemphill receiving the
Mrs. Clem Goodman and Mr. Sla
ton of Texas had an automobile
wreck on Highway No. 1 at the
crossing in front of McPherson’s ga
rage last Friday afternoon. Both cars
were badly damaged and unabk to
move and the comparatively new
Chrysler of Mrs. H. D. Tally, who wks
getting gas at the Loving filling sta
tion, w'as slightly damaged. The small
daughter of Mrs. Goodman received
minor cuts and bruises.
Me.sdaiaes J. E. Snow and Mrs.
Jewell Hemphill spent Wednesday af
ternoon of last week in Lillington.
The Rev. and Mrs. M. D. McNeill
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Hilton Kelly of Route 1.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Baptist Church held an interest
ing meeting with Mas Luclle Lov
ing on Tuesday evening at her home
on Route 1. (
Miss Elizabeth Ray of Niagara
spent last week in Cameron, the guest
of Miss Annie Hartsell, Mrs. J. M.
Guthrie, Mrs. J. D. McLean and Miss
The Rev. Frank Hare continues
quite ill at his home in Jonesboro.
Mrs. I. C. De Lozier and son of
Washington, D. C., who visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Snipes,
returned home last week.
dist Orphanage in Raleigh gave an
nteresting program at the Metho
dist Church last Sunday evening.
Miss Alice Wilder entertained a
number of her friends at bridge at
her home last Friday evening.
Mrs. Alton McLean entertained at
three tables of bridge at her home last
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Knox Mat
thews was winner of the high score
prize, Mrs. Robert Farrell received
the guest prize and Mrs. Jack Smith
Mi.ss‘Mamie Queen of Fort Valley,
Ga.,' is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack
Mr.s*. H. E. Bowman was hostess to
the Walter Page Book Club last
Thur.sday afternoon at the Commun
ity House. Mrs. H. W. Doub read a
paper prepared by Mrs. L. M. Hall
on “Verdi, The Grand Old Man ot
Italy,” followed by a humorous reci
tation by Mrs. W. E. Freeman entit
led "High Culture in P’::io ” ^bf>
meeting closed with one of Mozart's
instrumental solos by Mrs. W. E.
The Home and Garden Club was
entertained by Mrs. John G. Sloan
Tuesday afternoon at the Community
House. Mrs. Robert Gwyn read a
poem, “April” and Mrs. A. L. Burney
read a paper "How to Tame the Wild
Flowers,” the program closed with a
vocal solo by Mrs. Rnld Page, ac
companied at the piano by Mrs. Jack
The members of the Baptist Sunday
School honored Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ;
Norris with a farewell party at the
Community House last Friday even
ing, An interesting program was ar
ranged, at the close oH which the Rev. ■
Ernest Harris presented Mr. and
Mrs. Norris with a lovely pair of |
silver candle-sticks. '
Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian ^
Woman’s Auxiliary, with Mrs. J. H.
Suttenfield as chairman, held its first ;
meeting of the year at the home of
Mrs. C. B. Davi.s Monday afternoon. |
Out of a Roll Call of 21, 18 were '
present, and plan.s were made for the |
coming year’s work. |
The Parent-Teachers Association I
will hold its April meeting at the !
Comm\mity House in Pinebluff next
Wednesday afternoon, April 17th at
Everyone is asked to meet at the ■
Teacherage at 2:15 that afternoon
where those who have cars will con
vey the members to Pinebluff.
iS’rank Davis and wife to John
Clide Nall, property in Ritters town-
Martha A. Hancock to C. Alton
Wallace, property in Moore county.
B. L. McCaskill and wife to B. L.
McCaskill, property in Moore coun
Irma C. Ritter to H . C. Cheek,
property in West E^nd.
Nannie May Dawson to Charlie
Lloyd, property in Moore county.
Eugene Keith to Saran M. McNeill,
Catherine J. Keith and D. S. McKetth-
en, property near Cranes Creek,
tJOLF FEKS CKf>
Effective today, the daily golf fee*
at the Pinehur.st Country Club will
be reduced from $3 to $2. This will
apply for the remainder of the seas
on and is expected to attract a great
many golfer.s from nearby North
KEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
C. L. Williams and wife to John
Rus.sell McKay Williams, property in
The Hollywood Hotel
Corner Federal Highway No. 1 and New York Avenue
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Rooms are Large, ” '
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