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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, June 14, 1935.
The Week in Vass
Miss Marian McMillan left Monday ] accompanied by her brother, B. F.
to attend the conference at Red Beasley, and Mrs. Nan Jennings of
Springs as a delegate from the local Raleigh.
organization of the Young People of Miss Laura Betty McCraney of St.
the Presbyterian Church. Paul is visiting her cousin, Mrs. D. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth W. Lassiter and McGill-
daughters, Margaret and Doris, of Miss Jessie Mae Barnhardt of San-
near Smithfield and Earl Edwards ford is the guest of Miss Sara Edith
who holds a position with the State Matthews.
Highway Commission, spent last week
end with Mrs. Mary E. Edward.«. Misses Katherine Graham, Louise and
Mi.ss Lucy Cherry Crisp of Greens- Marjorie Leslie entertained at a de-
Itoro was the guest of her sister Mrs. li&htful party and shower at the Gra-
Charles A. Lawrence, from Thurs lay home, honoring Miss Nettie
antil Monday. Gschwind, bride-elect. Miss Marjorie
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beasley and Leslie, dressed as a traveler and
Misses Lela and Beatrice Beasley of carrying numerous pieces of luggage.
Apex and Miss Wells of Raleigh call- sought shelter from the “shower" and
ed on Williamson Beasley on Wednes- luggage, which was deposited
with Miss Gschwind for safe-keeping,
Miss Mary Davis Westcott of Man- "'as found to contain many useful ar-
teo is visiting her sister, Mi's. D. A. tides for the new home. Invited guests
included members of the young wo-
Mr, and Mrs. N. N. McLean and men's class of the Methodist church
sons, James Ray and Hugh, spent school and others.
Thursday in Raleigh. Miss Gschwind was again compli-
Mrs. Fred P. Thompson and daugbl- mented on Monday evening when Mrs.
er, Helen, of Asheboro and Mr. and W. D. Matthews, Mrs. H. A. Borst
Mrs. Clyde Gaddy and children of and Mrs. S. R. Smith entertained in
Sanford were Sunday visitors in the her honor at a miscellaneous shower
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Thomp- held on Mrs. Smith’s lawn. Following
son a short program consisting of two
Mrs. Carl Maynard and daughter of violin solos by six-year-old Janet
Monroe visited Mrs. Maynard’s por- Rosser, and a riding by Mrs. H. A.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wilson, dur- Borst, the “Honeymoon Special” ar.
ing last week-end. rived with Dimcan Matthews, Jr., as
Mrs. W. D. Matthews, Joseph ind the pilot and with Janet as the bride
Duncan Matthews, Jr., RejTnond Me- and deposited numerous bundles with
Craney and Harry Laubscher spent j the bride-elect. After these had been
College of the University of North
Carolina and following the comple
tion of her work there, studied for
two years at the Assembly's Training
School in Richmond.
Sunday afternoon in High Point.
Mrs. D. C. McGill and W. H. Mc
Gill visited Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wilscn,
Mrs. McGill’s son-in-law and daught
er, in Mooresville last week-end.
Mrs, G. W. Brooks. Mrs. Bertie L.
Matthews and Miss Eloise Brooks call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Matthews
of Lemon Springs Sunday.
Mrs. David M. Pearsall of Dunn
spent last week-end with her sister,
Mrs. D. A. Smith.
George Van Huel and family left for
Long Branch, N. Y„ Monday.
Marie and Lacy Adcox spent last
week with their sister, Mrs. Beulah
On Wednesday evening of last week, | McCelland at Hamer, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Little and
daughter Helen spent several days in
Washington, D. C., last week.
Sally Allison attended the finals at
State College last week-end.
Douglas Allison spent the week-end
Jame^ Gailey of Waterville, Tenn., is
spending his vacation with his moth
Mrs. Louise Lotz of New York
City arrived in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fouse and
daughter. Carol of Sanford and Mrs.
Jessie Carter of Raleigh are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suttenfield.
Miss Lida Hutchins left last week
for her home in Madison, Ind.
June and Dighton Fiddner are
spending the week with their aunt,
Mrs. Luther McDonald, in Greens
Mr. and Mrs !Toe Townsend left
Monday for their home in Maine.
Robert Thornton is occupying the
Mrs. Eugene Vander Meersch re
turned home Tuesday after undergo
ing treatment at the Lilly Jordan
hospital in Fayetteville.
corded in office of Register of Deids
of Moore County in Deed Book 94,
This June 10, 1935.
C. J. MCDONALD,
J14,Jul5 Sheriff of Moore County.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS
admired, each guest was asked to
write advice to the bride. The host
esses were assisted in servmg by
Misses Mary Elizabeth Cameron, Jes
sie Barnhardt, Sara Edith Matthews,
Marie Tyson, Janet Rosser and Jun
Mr. Steere. Boy Scout Executive
from Chailotte, made an interesting
talk on scouting last Sunday evening
at the Methodist church.
Miss Elizabeth Keith, after spend-
Mrs. Rebecca Williams and Mrs.
Winora Caviness and daughter of
Staley were visitors in town on Fri
Mrs. C. J. Carter of Greensboro,
formerly of Niagara is .spending a
few days with friends in town.
The Rev. C. A. Lawrence of Vass
•s. W. J. Cameron and Mr. and ing a few days at home, returned oni spo,^^ at the library here on Monday
Mrs. S. R. Smith were Sunday supper ' Monday to Greenville to attend sum- '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Smith I mer school at E. C. T. C.
of Sanford. Mrs. Ida Patterson and Joseph Matthews, Relmond Mc-
daughter, Mrs. Ned Terrell, of Win- Craney and Bernice Graham are at
aton-Salem, formerly of Vass, were home from State College for the
guests of the Smiths also. i summer months.
Miss Lois Buchanan of Broadway Mrs. G. W. Brooks and Miss Eloise
night on the wet and dry subject.
A. C. Wood went on a business trip
to Norfolk the past week.
Miss Harriet L, Gay left the past
week for Bo.ston. Mas.s., to spend the
L. F. Martin, who spends the win-
came Saturday to visit her sister, Brooks attended the celebration held Friday for South
Mrs. A. D. McLauchlin. ; in Cary Tue.sday evening in honor of Royalston, Mass.. for the summer.
Mrs. D. C. Daniels, Mrs. Carl Ed- the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. | Tj,e Rev. J. A. Wood and wife and
Tvards, Misses Josephine Daniels and j and Mrs. Charles Vance Brooks. j daughters. Miss Ruth left the past
Miss Wilma Daniels, all of Apex, call- w. B. Graham, A. M. Cameron and Boston. Mass.. to spend some
ed on Miss Mary Beasley Saturday. H. C. Callahan were Charlotte visi-
Mr. and Mrs. John Caddell and fam- tors Friday.
iJy, who recently removed to Raeford, ^ Friends in V’ass have received with
fiave returned to Va^s and are living much interest invitations to the mar-
on Sunrise Heights. riage of Miss Virginia Idell Cameron
Misses Ruby Rosser and Lottie of Olivia and George Malcolm Gra-
Cameron of Lemon Springs visited ham, which is to be solemnized in the
Miss Eloise Brooks Saturday. ; Olivia Presbyterian Church at eight
Misses Katharine Graham, and Exie o’clock next Wednesday evening,
Beasley left this week for Greens-1 June 19th. Misi^ Cameron is the
boro to attend summer school at W. ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cam-
C. U. N. C. Miss Beasley, who had eron. She was born in Vass. but re-
been visiting relatives for several moved to Olivia when a small girl,
weeks, returned to Vass on Sunday, i She is a graduate of the Women’s
Job Lots of Merchandise can be
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IX THE nisTiiK'T C'oi kt OF tih:
IMTEK ST.VTES, .>UI)i>LE I>IS-
TUK’T OF XOKTII C'.XKOLIX.V.
Under, and by virtue of. the author
ity and direction contained in that
certain order and decree made and en
tered at the May Term of the Su
perior Court of Moore County, worth
Carolina, in an action now pending
and entitled “Gurney P. Hood, Com-
nii.ssioner of Banks of the State of
North Carolina, Ex. Rel Page Trust
Company, et al. Plaintiff, vs. Moore
County Securities Corporation, De
fendant." the undersigned will offer
for sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash on Monday, the 8th day of
July, 1935, at the hour of twelve,
noon, at the Courthouse door of
Moore County, in the Town of Carth-
age, the following described real es
That certain parcel or tract of land
lying and being in Aberdeen, Sand
hill Township, Moore County. North
Carolina, and more particularly de
scribed as follows, to wit: Situate, ly
ing and being on the South side of
Main Street in the town of Aber
deen, beginning at a point in the
South side walk of West Main street.
6.6 feet South-westerly from the con
crete curb of said street and in the
line of the center line of the com
mon wall between the building occu
pied by the Aberdeen Hardware Com
pany and the Fox Drug Company;
runs thence South 28 West 92 1-2
feet to the right of way of the Nor
folk Southern Railroad Company, the
northern side thereof, runs thence
along the curve of the said right of
way of the said Norfolk Southern
Railroad Company and 40 feet from
the center of the track thereof in a
westerly direction 145 feet to the
South corner of the Methodist Church
lot; thence North 28 East 149 feet
to the sidewalk of West Main Street;
thence along said sidewalk South
67.03 East 128 feet to the point of
beginning, being the lands conveyed
unto H. A. Page, J. R. Page and
Frank Page, Trustees for Page &
Company, by deed of Emma C. Page.
Mary E. Page and Frances Page Wild
er, being joined by her husband, Thos.
B. Wilder, of dale January 10. 1912,
and recorded in the office of Register
of Deeds of Moore County, Norlh
Carolina, in Book 49, at page 160, and
being the lands and premi.ses upon
which is situated the buildings now
occupied by Page Trust Company, bj'
Aberdeen Hardware Company, and by
Page Brothers and Page and Com
This sale will be held and conduct
ed in compliance with the decrea of
the court above referred to, and the
sale will be made subject to the con
firmation by said court.
A deposit of twenty per cent of the
amount bid will be required of the
successful bidder as evidence of good
This, the 6th day of June, 1935.
M. G. BOYETTE.
S. J. HINSDALE.
NOTICE OF TIir STEE’S S.\LE
cessful bidder as evidence of good
This, the 7th day of June, 1935.
MURDOCH M. JOHNSON,
By U. L. Spence,
W. D Sabiston, Jr.,
Attorneys for Trustee J14, Jul5.
Having qualified as Executor of
the estate of Vinie H. Hughes, deceas
ed, late of Duval County, Florida, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the said deceas
ed to exhibit them to the undersign
ed process agent at her office in the
Hart Building, Southern Pines, N. C.,
on or before the 7th day of June,
1936, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please make
This 1st day of June, 1935,
Samuel L. Hayes, Executor of Vlnie
H. Hughes, Deceased.
Evelyn Thomas, Process Agent,
Southern Pines, North Carolina.
UNITED ST.VTES DISTRICT
Middle District of North Carolina
NOTICE OF HE.<RING OF
In the Matter of
Chas. R. Whitaker and Harriett
Reed Whitaker, Bankrupt.
Said land being those two tracts
comprising Ten Hundred Seventy-
Six (1076) acres, more or leas, ad
joining the lands of Verner Z. Reed
(formerly of Dr. M. W. Marr), Ed
Cross, Jacob Morton, Robert Deans
and others, deeded by J. C. Little and
wife, Alma M. Little and L. C. Year-
gan and wife, F. Agnes Yeargan to
A. S. Newcomb, Ernest W. Bush,
Anna B. Jenks, Edwina L. Bennett
and Lillian A. Roberts in a deed dat
ed Dec. 8 1919, and recorded in the
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Moore County, N. C., in Deed Book
No. 76 at Page 256; being also the
-same land described in a deed from
Jerry V. Healy to A. S. Newcomb,
Anna B. Jenks, Lillian A. Roberts
and E. W. Bush, recorded in the said
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Moore County, N. C., in Deed Book
No. 95 at Page 459, to which said
deeds reference is hereby made for
specific description and identification.
This the 28th day of May, 1935.
ANGIE P. NEWCOMB.
Per Johnson & McCluer,
ST.XTE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
DEF.VRTMENT OF ST.XTE.
CERTIFIC.ATE OF DISSOLUTION
TO .\LL TO WHO.M THESE PRES
ENTS M.VY COME: GREETING:
TO THE CREDITORS OF SAID
TAKE NOTICE, That a petition
has been filed in said Court by above
bankrupts of the County of Moore in
. -said district, who has been duly ad-
' judged a bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of July 1, 1898, for a dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said Act, and that
the 15th day of Jime, 1935, ten o’clock
A. M., is assigned for a hearing of
the same before H. F. Seawell, Jr., as
Special Master of Said District, when
and where you may attend and show
cause, if any you have, why the pray
er of said petition should not be
This the 16th day of May, 1935.
H. F. SEAWELL, JR.,
M24J14 United States Special Ma.ster.
I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE OF FIRST ,MEETIX(J
The Board of County
Commissioner? will sit as a
Board of Equalization and
Review on Monday and Tues
day, June 17th and 18th.
On Monday 17th they
will see those persons who
wish to have their real es
tate equalized in the follow
ing* townships: McNeills,
Mineral Spring's and Sand
On Tuesday 18th: Carth
age, Bensalem, Sheffields,
Ritters, Deep River iand
WILBUR H. CURRIE, Chairman
Board of Commissioners of Moore
In the Matter of
Pine Needles Inc., Bankrupt.
In Bankruptcy No. 1238
To the Creditors of the above named
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ijon the olh day of June, 1935, the
’: .said Pine Needles Inc., was duly ad-
jucated bankrupt: and that the first
meeting of its creditors will be held
at Carthage, N. C„ in office of the
United Stales Referee, on the 18th
day of June, 1935, at eleven o’clock
in the forenpon, at which time the
.said creditors may attend and prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex-
H'amine the bankrupt and transact s’j'’a
I? I other business as may properly come
^ j before said meeting,
g H. F. SEAWELL, JR..
g 1 U. S. Referee.
“ Carthage, N. C.,
This June 7th, 1935.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
Under and by virtue of an execu
tion directed to the undersigned by
Hon. John Wlllcox. Clerk Superior
Court of Moore County, in the mat
ter of J. Pleasant Hines vs. A. Mon-
tesanti. same being J. P. Judgment
No. 1097. and the same being a judg
ment on a lien for labor performed on
the premises hereinafter described,
and the same being declared by said
judgment to be a first and prior lien
against said property, the undersign-
ed will on
MOND.\Y, AUGUST 5th, at 12
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash, for the purpose of satisfy
ing said lien, the following described
real estate, to wit:
Beginning at a black gum, three
black gum pointers, the first comer
of lot No. 1 (in the division of the
Wicker land), running with the first
line of it S. 15 1-2 W. 5.75 chains to
a cement post. Frank Maples begin
ning corner of 11 2-3 acres; thence
S. 3 W. 9.75 chains to the center of
the clay road; thence along said road
S. 64 E. 7.00 chains; thence S. 75 E.
3.50 chains crossing the creek; thence
N. 31 E. 9.47 chains to a stake in
the bend of the road, post oak and
poplar pointers; thence N. 86 W. 2.00
chains to a stake at an old saw mill
place; thence N. 4 E. 8:10 chains to a
stake, one pine pointer; thence N.
86 1-2 W. 15 chains to the beginning,
containing 24 1-2 acres more or less,
being lot No. 2 in division of Wicker
land, being the same property deed
ed by J. H. Scarboro and wife Janie
Scarboro to A. Montesanti by deed re-
Under, and by virtue of, the power
and authority conferred and contain
ed in that certain Deed of Trust ex
ecuted by Plnehurst Realty Company,
a North Carolina corporation, to
Murdoch M. Johnson, Trustee, which
said Deed of Trust is dated the 1st
day of April, 1931. and duly record
ed in the office of the Regl.ster of
Deeds of Moore County, North Car
olina, in Book of Mortgages No. 56, at
Page 57, and whereas, default has
been made In the payment of the In-
debtcdnes.s thereby secured and the
conditions therein secured, the under
signed Tni'iec will offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash, at
the Courthouiie door of Moore county,
in the Town of Carthage, on Mon
day, the 8th day of July, 1935, at the
hour of twelve. Noon, the following
described real estate:
All those three certain tracts of land
lying and being in Moore County, in
Sheffield Township, more particular-
ly described as follows, to wit:
FIRST TRACT: Near the town of
Ellse. beginning at a stake S. 16 3-4
W. 40 yards from the well; runs
thence N. 16 3-4 E. 7.65 chs. passing
over the well and crossing the D. &
C. RR. to a stake in the Hunsucker
line, now C. C. Fry’s line; thence that
line N. 64 1-2 W. 6.39 chs. to a stake;
thence S. 16 3-4 W. 5.40 chs. to Len-
den Kennedy’s corner of one acre;
thence S. 73 E. 3.20 chs. to a stake
and one white oak pointer, Kennedy’s
corner; thence S. 16 3-4 W. 2.75 chs.
to a stake; thence S. 67 1-2 E. 3.19
chs. to the beginning, containing 3
9-10 acres, more or less.
SECOND TliACT: Adjoining the
lands of Isham Wallace heirs. Begin
ning at a stake 2 pines and black
jack pointers; thence S. 76 E. 2175
chs. to a pine stump, post oak and
white oak pointers; thence N. 4 W.
1690 chains to a stake, post oak and
red oak pointers, second corner of 2
acres; thence N. 78 W. 20.60 chains to
a stake; thence S. 1 E. 15.10 chains
to the beginning, containing 31 3-4
THIRD TRACT: Adjoining Elias
McNeill and others, on Buffalo
Creek. Beginning at a stake, origi
nally a black jack or oak in the low
ground of the Creek, said to be a
corner of William Smith or Neill Mc
Leod’s beginning corner of 50 acres
on the West side of the Creek; thence
N. 33 W. 30 chs. to a stake near 2
black oaks; thence N 29 E. 3.85 chs.
to S. G. Garner’s corner; thence the
division line of said Garner S. 58 E.
37.80 chs. to a stake water oak and
oak pointers, his corner; thence S. 16
3-4 W. 5.25 chs. to a stake in the line
of the Neill McLeod 50 acres; thence
with that line N. )0 W. 345 chs. to
the corner of said 50 acres; thence
with it S. 60 W. 18.50 chs. to the
beginning, containing 116 acres, more
The terms of the foregoing sale will
be cash and the Trustee will require
a deposit of ten per cent of the suc-
Under and by virtue of the powers
of sale contained In a certain mort
gage deed executed by A. S. Newcomb
and Frances P. Newcomb, his wife,
to Angie P. Newcomb, under date of
January 2. 1P32. which is duly re
corded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Moore ‘County In Book
of Mortgages 55 at page 24. to which
reference Is hereby made, default
having been made In the payment of
the indebtedness therein .secured, and
the powers of sale In .said mortgage
having become operative, and said
mortgage being subject to foreclos
ure, the undersigned will offer for
sale, at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the Court House
' door in the Town of Carthage. North
I Carolina, at the hour of Noon, on
j the 29th day of June, 1935. the fol-
I lowing described real estate, to-wlt:
A one-fourth undivided interest in
i and to a certain tract or parcel of
land in Moore County, North Carolina,
j in Sandhill.s Town.shlp.
WHEREAS, it appears to my sat-
-i.sfactlon, by duly authenticated rec
ord of the proceedings for the volun
tary dissolution thereof by unani
mous consent of all the stockholders
I deposited in my office, that the
I STANDARD STORE. INCORPOR-
, ATED. a corporation of this State,
! whose principal office is situated
! In the town of Aberdeen. County of
Moore. State of North Carolina (C.
J. Johnson. President, being the agent
therein and in charge thereof, upon
whom process may be served), has
complied with the requirements of
Chapter 22, Consolidated Statutes, en
titled ‘Corporations," preliminary to
the issuing of this Certificate of Dis
NOW, THEREFORE. I. Stacey \V.
Wade. Secretary of State of the
Stale of North Carolina, do herey
certify that the said Corporation did,
on the 16th day of May, 1935, file in
my office a duly executed and at
tested consent in writing to the dis
solution of said corporation, execut-
j ed by all of the stockholders there
of, which said consent and the record
of the proceedings aforesaid are now
on file in my said office as provided
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and af
fixed my official seal at Raleigh, this
16th day of May, A. D. 193.1.
STACEY W. WADE,
M24-J14 Secretary of State.
Having qualified this day as Exe
cutors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of V. F. Tarlton, late of Moore
County, this Is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
the said V. F. Tarlton, deceased, to
present them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before May 6th. 1936.
otherwise this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to the said Estate of V. F.
Tarlton, deceased, will plea.se make
Dated at Aberdeen, N. C., this 6th
day of May. 1935.
FLORA LILLIE TARLTON and
W. E. FREEMAN,
May 17 J21 Executors.
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