Friday, August 16, 1935
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
NOTICE OF SALE OF TAXES
Realty Purchase Corp., 3 lots
Realty Purchase Corp, 1 lot
EI.ti Street-Lewis 26.44
Realty Sales Corp., C. P.' Os-
On Monday, September 9th, 1935,' borne Res. 69.91
at the Postotiice m the Town oi I R<^alty Sales Corp., 1 lot Lake-
Aberdeen, between the hours of side-F. E. Weaver 26.44
twelve o’clock noon and three o’clock; Geu. R., 2 lots Poplar
Rowe, J. Vance,, J. V. Free
house; 2 lots Lakeside 39.08
Saunders & Hallowell, 1 lot
Main & Poplar Sts. 33.25
Saunders, B. B., Lots Park
Seago, John B., 1 lot SAL 5.32
Smith, L. E., 2 lots Broadway 2.84
Smith, W. G., 1 Weaver bouse;
1 Purdy house; 1 Residence;
1 Maple St.; 1 Poplar 124.40
Sparrow, T. M., 1 lot Park
Thomas, Mrs. Lizzie, 1 lot Pop
lar Street 12.87
Thompson, Maude G. & Jesse
D., 1 lot Park Place . 5.79
Thompson, Jesse D., 1 lot Park
The Federal Corp., Reid A.
Page property 71.77
Upchurch, J. L., i lot Park
P. M., the following described prop
erty will be sold tor taxes due the
Town of Aberdeen for the year 1934,
for the amounts set opposite each
Addor, Henry, 1 Lot Wolfpit 9.02
Allred, D. I. and F. E., 1 lot
Main Street 40.10
Allred, D. I., 1 lot N. Main St... 36.53
Allred, Joe, Jr., 1 lot E. Main
Barkley, Lois E., Trustee, 1 lot
Park Place 7.81
Bethune, C. C. and Mabel, 1 iot
Poplar St 35.13
Blue Development Co., 7 lots
Bethesda Road; 5 lots High
way 70; 4 lots Fayetteville
St. . .. 65.25
Blue, H. j., 1 iot Main St.; i-2
Int. A&R 63.70
Blue, Misses Ila & Bert, 1 lot
Main St.; 1 lot Bethesda Rd.
Blue, Miss Louise, 1 Jresi-
dence; 1-2 Int. barn tract; 1
old store; 1 lot E. Main St.;
1 wholesale; 23 a. N. A. Blue
Blue, Mrs. Maude A., 1 resl
dence Bethesda Rd. 88.54
Blue, W. A., 1 lot Main St.; 1
Brantley, E. E., Est. 1 lot
Biidges & Lineberry, 1 lot
Main Street 10.91
Bridges, C. E., 1 lot Main St.
Burney, G. J., trustee, 1 lot
Poplar St., L. L. Johnson
L. L. Johnson house
Burney, G. J., 1 lot McVV'hor-
Carter, R. G., 1 lot Lakeside
Carter, Jesse, Jr., Est., 1 lot
Creel, E. R. & C. T., Trustees
for Leitha Creel, 1 residence
Sycamore St. 28.92
Creel, C. T., 3 lots Sycamore;
3 lots Knight Alley
Creel, E. R., 1 lot Lakeside; 1
lot Sycamore St. 67.12
Creel, C. H., Est., 1 lot South
Doub, H. W.',' 'l 'lor'SAL';' 'l iot
Montford; 1 lot Pine St.,
THE WEEK IN VASS
Outstanding among the club pro
grams of the yfear was that given by
the Health and Welfare department
0* the Vass Woman’s Club Friday
evening of last week. The prepara
tion of children for school entrance
and school building sanitation were
the topics discussed.
Mrs. C. A. Lawrence, department
chairman, Introduced the subject and
spoke of the responsibility of the
parents, the teachers and the com.
munity as a whole in making the
school a success. Mrs. W. H. Keith
discussed school sanitation in an im
pressive way, and Mrs. H. A. Borst
and Mrs. S. R. Smith presented a
playlet which brought out forcefully
the importance of annual physical
examinations for all school children,
immunization against typhoid, diph
theria and small pox, the value of
j well-balanced school lunches and the
Pl^ce 6.57 good results of teaching children to
Weaver, F. S.. 1 lot Route
Weaver, Mrs. Ada K., 1 Pine
Weaver, M. S., 1 lot Sycamore
Williams, C. L., 2 lots Lake.
Wimberley, J. D., 1 residence;
cooperate with their teachers and
classmates. A poem, "The Builders,”
given by Mra. Bertie L. Matthews
concluded the program. 1
j Two new members, Mrs. H. C.
I Callahan and Mrs, William E. Glad
stone, were welcomed into the club
1 Thomas house; 1 store . . 100.53 and two visitors were present, Mrs.
Wiley, H, L., 1 lot South St.
Allen, Sarah, 1 lot Berkley
Barbee, Wm, Est., 1 Rt. 50
Blue, Annie Belle, 2 Aberdeen
Blue, Judy Est., 1 lot Raeford
Buie. Althea, 1-4 A&R Rd. ...]
Burch, J. E., lot Broadway
Bryant, J, D., 2 lots Berkeley
Bryant, J. H. Est., 1 lot Berk
71.821B. M, Corbett and Miss Minerva
10.92 j Following a short business session
I the club enjoyed a social hour, at the
7-811 close of which the hostesses, Mrs.
5 33 I Erank Jeffreys at whose home the
meeting was held, Mrs, W, J, Camer-
on and Mrs. W. D. Matthews serv
Dr, Willcox, president of Louis.
Edwards, C. E., 1 lot Berkley
Farrell, C. G.. 1 Ice Plant 54.22
Farrell, Mrs. M. B., Sycamore
St. property . 107.60
Folley, M. H., 1 lot Park
Place; 1 lot Lakeside
Folley Lumber Co., 1 lot Berk
Gardner, J. Holt, 2 lots Mont
Gichner & Johnson, 1 Pilot
Bldg.; 2 Sycamore St. 406.72
Goodwyn, Miss Bertie, 1 lot
Poplar St. 7.78
Graham, J. W., 1 lot Pine &
High Sts 49.57 j
Byrd, Wiliram, 1'’salT.”".Z.','' 16.56 i ^urg College, will preach in the Vass
Boyd, l^ary, 1 Berkley 2.03 1 Methodist church at 11 o’clock Sun-
; day morning, August 18, bubstitut-
I ing for the pastor, the Rev. L. M.
4,58 ' serving as chaplain of
j the C. M. T. C. at Fort Bragg. There
4-71 I will be special music by the commuu.
i ity young people's choir. |
6.72 j 3.nd Mrs. Charles A.
2.38 I Lawrence and children left thi^ w'eek i
! for Falkland where they plan to
j spend a two weeks’ vacation. There
5.33 1 be no preaching service at Lake.
I view or Union Presbyterian church
4-38 j this Sunday.
Student Minister James Copeland
Carter. H. H,. Est,
Bioadway; 1 SAL .
Cassady. Mary, 1 lot
Calvin, Tempel, 1 lot Berk.
Cotton, Ras., 3-4 Broadway
147 53 I ^lary E., 3 1-2 Broad
I Cain, Wm., 2 Berkley
I Cloud, Nannie, 1 lot Broad-
Daniels, Overton, 1 lot Berk.
Dockery, Lizzie, 1 lot Berk
Douglas, Titus Est., 1 lot Berk
Douglas, Hal Est, 1 lot Berk-
of Duke University preached in the
ley 4.08 local Methodist church Sunday even-
Gunter, H. A., 4 lots Rush
Gunter, E. F., 1 lot Park
place;; 1 Wolfpit; 2 Poplar
Gunter, Mrs. Rutii A., 2 lots
Poplar St.; 1 lot Wolfpit...
Johnson, J. T. & Kate H., 6
Dockery, Ben, 1 lot Berkley..
Estes. M'illiam, 1-2 Berkley. ..
Farrar. J. A., 3 1-2 Berkley. ..
Faucette, Wm. Est,, 1 Berk
! Foushee, James, 1 lot Beik-
Flowers. Ed. 1 lot Berk-
2,35 ing and brought an interesting mes-
096 I sage from the book of Esther. He
j was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.!
6.57 I Burney of Aberdeen,
The Epworth League has invited
_ the B, Y. P. U. find the Y. P. C. and
ley 1 2.22 | all other young people of the com.
Gillis, Lee Est, 1 lot Berkley.. 2.53 j munity to attend its meeting at the
^5.57jgSfin,®SyliesteTl ILdw^^y - church at 7:30 o’clock this
innson, j. 1. ac ivaie n., u Hanks Willie 1 lot Berklev q 05 I **^"day evenmg at which time Sheriff,
lots Poplar St. Residence . 108,95/ i^Wley _ 29:54 I C, J, McDonald of Carthage will be
Johnson^ J. -Talbot & Annie B., | Hinton, Perry, 1 lot Route 70 4.71 the principal speaker. Sheriff Me.
JotaS Mr? B. X j: ■ ' “ Donald. v,a„
T.. 1 Kirk Place 54.38 '
Johnson, Mrs. Annie B., Est., Harrington, Bettie Est, 2 lots
1 residence 52.83
Johnson, V. H., 1 lot Lake
Keith, Gordon, 1 lot Main St... 116.32
Knight, Mrs. David, 1 lot Sy-
caniore St. .
Kniuht. David, 1 Residence
Luke, Robert Est., 1 lot Wolf
Luke, Andrew, 3 lots SAL
Donald, in his years of dealing with
4.08 I ^a^'-breakers, has had many exper.
I iences and gained much worthwhile
Broadway 2.35 knowledge, and his message will be
Ken}'.‘’’AUen"vit!'irS^^ vital interest and importance
Kenc’ricks, Zack E.'^t., 2 Broad I youth of the coniniunity.
way 3.45 ‘ Work on the furniture plant liere
26 83! Carolina Es,,. 12 Berkley 2,22 is progressing niceiy. An attractive
i Lashley, J. B,, 34 SAL; 1-4 j offjcg building and a large dry kiln
Lunday, R. L., 1 lot Pine St.. 18.52 1
McDonald, Claudia, 1 lot Lake- |
side -- 5.24
McFadyen, N. A., 1 lot Tar-
McFarland, A. T.. 1 lot Pine
St., 1 lot Poplar St. 39.25
McKeithen, D. I., 1 lot Main
McKeithen, J. A., Est., 1 lot
Sycamore 1 2 lots Bethesda
McKeithen. N. A., Jr., 1 lot
Main St, 2.83
McKeithen, Misses S. J. & M.
A. Est., 2 lots Main & Blue 30.17
McLeod & Allred, 1 lot Mc
Leod & Allred 73.02
McLeod. Dr. A. H., 2 lots South
St.; 4 lots Main & South; 3
lots Route 70; 5 lots Syca-
Q R3 I A&R
22 15 Leak, Sally, 1 Berkley
■ ‘ McCormick. Norwood, 1 Broad
McCormick, W. W., 1 Broad
McCrimmon, Tom, 1 Berkley 3.46
McCrimmon, Fred, 1 Berk
McCrimmon, Geo. Est. 1 Berk
McEachern, Tom Est, 1 Berk
McKeithen, W. R. Est., 1 Sea
board - 9.05
McLendon, Rosa, 2 Broadway 3.09
McLeod, Richard, 1 Berkley ..
McNeill, A. F., 1 Berkley
McPherson, Mary Lou, 2 Berk
McAllister, Geo., 1 Berkley ....
2.52 are nearing completion and a
I part of the machinery is in the build-
2.84 ing, but has not been installed. No
announcement as to the date when
the wheels will begin turning has
The Seaboard office and waiting
rooms have recently been treated to
a new coat of paint and are now neat
and clean in appearance.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Muse Hem
phill and baby, Andrew Muse Hem-
phill, II, moved from Vass to Aber
deen last Friday, Mr. Hemphill hav-
ing accepted work there.
Mrs. G. W. Brooks, Mrs. Bertie L.
Matthews, Miss Eloise Brooks and ^
Mason, John, 1 Berkley 5.33 1 Franklin Matthews went to Lemon
more”st.ri Tot'"McLeod’’st. 183.70 I Mason, Frances, 1 Berkley . 5.33 ‘ Springs Thursday evening to attend
McPherson,’ Mrs. Phoebe, 1 lot jMinter, John E^.,^ 1^Broadway 3,46‘the Bethune-Cox wedding which was
- 1 solemnized in the Methodist church.
The bride, Miss Mozelle Cox, is their
A&R I'd. ’ 2.53 j Morse, Robert Est, 1 Berkley
McLeod & Carter, 1 Aberdeen '
0,.eejt _ 4.07 \ Page- Matilda, 1 Broadway
Maurer, W. W. Trustee, 3 lots
McLeod & Allred
Martin Motor Co., 1 garage; 1
vacant lot 84.19
Martin, Geo. D., 1 lot Syca
more St.; 1 residence 42.90
Matthews, K. V., 1 lot Route
Maurer, W. W., Attorney Ho
tel Property 351.34
Mortgage Serv. Corp., 1 Lake-
Moore County Sec. Corp. 1
Dixie Theatre; 1 E. J. Ma
con res.; Bank & Hdwe.
Bldg.; 1 lot Main St. 479.15
Mortgage Service Corp., 1
Main Street (Huntley)
Morgan, H. T., 1 lot Rush St.
Maultsby, J. S., 2 lots Bethes
Page, Miss Emma, 24 A. Route
50 and 70
Page, Mrs. Gertrude W., 1
Bass house; 1 McManus
Page, H. A., Jr., 1 lot Park
Place; 1 home place 153.12
Page, H. A. Motor Co., 1 Ford
Page. N. R. Estate, 3 lots
Page Trust Co., Trustee, 9
lots Page Hill
Page, J. R., Highway No. 1...
Pickier, J. L., 1 lot Poplar
Pleasants, N. A., Est., 1 lot
Perkins, Caesar, 1 Berkley
Rowland, John, 1 Berkley
Seagrove, Arthur, 1 Broad-
Seagraves, Wesley, 1 Broad-
Seagraves, Theodosia, 1 Sea
Stanley, Allie & Mabel, 1
Broadway ., 2.22
Smith, William Est, 1 Berkley 6.57
Taylor, Allie Mae, 1-2 Berkley
Thomas, William Est, 1 Broad
Thomas, Mary, 1-2 Broadway
Thomas, James, 1 Broadway
Thomas, Louise, 2 Berkley
Turner, Nathan, 1-4 Berkley
Thomas, Andrew Est 1 SAL
Thomas, George, 1 Broadway 18.06
Thomas, Joe, 1-2 Berkley 5.33
Utley, Katz Est, 1 Berkley 5.33
82.15 Utley, Charles, 1 Berkley 2.84
Walden, Robt. Est. 1 SAL .... 2.10
White, Tom, 1 Seaboard 4.08
Whitaker, Sampson, 1 Berkley 5.33
Williams, Robt. Est, 1 near
Williams, Chas. Est, 1 Berkley
Williams, Isaac Est, 1 Broad
Williams, McKinley, 1 Broad-
Wilson, Lucinda Est, 1 SAL
Williams, EJvaline Est, 2 Berk
^ Mr. and Mrs, W, B. Graham, Miss
5 25 j Katharine Grah^im and Bernice Gra-
I ham visited Mrs, D. A. Graham at
7-81! Duke Hospital in Durham Saturday
g gg afternoon. Mrs. Graham, who has
been quite ill following an operation, i
is making satisfactory progress. |
A. G. Edwards, Jr., and Wilbur j
Edwards are planning to leave the i
last of this week for a trip to
Maine, Canada, and many other
places. These boys have traveled
quite extensively in the south and
A. G. has had a trip to California and
other western points of interest.
Mrs. P. A. Wilson, who had boen
with her mother, Mrs. D. C. McGill,
for a week’s visit, returned Sunday
to her home in Mooresville. Billy Mc
Gill accompanied her and went on
to Blowing Rock for a few days.
It Pays to AdTurtU* in Th« Pilot.
We could positively enjoy a vaca-
if It wasn’t for the fact that we
would have to catch up on back work
when we got home.
Correct this sentence “Son, there’s
nothing that I wouldn’t do for you,
but, just now, I have to meet some i
haavy obligations.” I
One - two - three - GO!
the race for QUALITY PAINT
And, we are putting*our chips on
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Quality Paint more than pays for itself.
Quality in paint means performance, per
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formance as the weather gnaws at it, or as your
feet wear it down and as you wash off the grime.
Qualit.ii in paint means that the finish is best
suited to the surface and the wear it gets. You
are always money ahead by purchasing quality
paints. The cost may be higher for a quart or a
gallon, but this difference is more than made up
bj'# its “going farther,” through longer service,
better protection, finer appearance and in .vour
Pinehurst Warehouses, Inc.
Pinehurst, N. C.
HAVE TO "BREAK IN
THE FORD V-8
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The Fobd V-8 is ready for normal driving
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of breaking-in for 500 or 1000 miles. You
can drive it up to 50 miles an hour the first
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can drive it as fast as you desire.
That means greater motoring enjoyment for
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motorists who are thinking about a new car
for a vacation trip — to physicians, salesmen
and all those who use a car for business. In
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days, yeu can make good time from the start.
The reason for this is a» important as the
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because of unusual accuracy in the manufac
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