Friday, August 16, 1935
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North CaroHna
Agents To Handle
Tobacco Growers Given Credit
for Surplus Yields if
Cards are Secured
Growers who will need addition,
al tobacco allotment cards this fall
should secure them through' their
These growers will be given cred
it for their surplus yields only when
the additional cards are secured
from the agents eplained E. Y. Kloyd
of State College.
In preparing future contracts, he
continued, 1935 will be one of the
base years, and growers will need ac
curate records of their production for
this year to get full allotments.
Due to various conditions, some of
the growers are producing on their
allotted acreage more tobacco than
they can sell under their regular co(j-
tract allotments, while .others are
not producing as much as their aL
At the request of growers, arrange
ment has been made that those with
a short crop may take thei** surplus
allotment cards to their county
agents, who will transfer the cards
I to growers with an excess poundage
! to sell this fall.
I Since the cards are to sell at the
' rate of four cents a pound, except
I when buyer and seller may agree on
another figure, the transferrence of
cards will enable growers with an
excess to sell their weed at a profit
and at the same time provide the im-
! derproducer with a form of crop in-
Floyd also pointed out that when
, an underproducer turns the unused
part of his allotment card over to
the county agent, his deficiency is re.
: corded so that he will receive a defi-
I ciency payment from the AAA as
provided by his contract.
I Political prognosticators are now
! trying to tell us how the election next
fall will come out. Looking ahead,
j whether right or wrong, is their
stock in trade.
The Week in Southern Pines
i Mr. and Mrs. Nelson C. Hyde and
Nelson,, Jr. are spending a two
weeks vacation in Cazenovia, N. Y.
Richard S. Lovering left Sunday
for Boston to join his family for a
Robert L. Hart is spending a va
cation in New York City.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrb. Wade
Dr. C. Rexford Raymond and
family are spending the month of
August at Fairview Inn, .Fairview,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Eastman
and children, Margaret and Carl, of
Wallingford, Vermont' are visiting
I for Ohio where she will
Now comes the news that the
United States has a magic ray that
will locate ships fifty miles off-shore.
If we could only find one that would
Advertise in THE PILOT I
Mrs. Inez Bredbeck left Tuesday ^ the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs.
visit for W. B. Eastman.
Mrs. Ruth E. Ledden of Sanford
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, W. B. Eastman.
ADD S OPINES AO -
C. T. Patch returned Wednesday
night from a two weeks trip to
Black Mountain and other resorts
in Western North Carolina.
PULLMAN LOAF 16-oz. 8c
OUR OWN, Vi lb. Pkg., 19c
L & O—IN SEI.EC TED STORES
BEER Sr 3 «••• 25c
. STKINGLESS GKEEN
IBEANS 3 25c
Fancy Creamery — Ib.
I nillTE ilUL'SE
MILK Evap.3tallcans19(I mustard 5-oz. Bot. 5C
JUICE Pint Bot. 15c
SPREAD 8-oz. Jar 15c
DETHOL i-PintCan 25i:
BUTTER No. 2 Can 10c
POST TOASTIES 2 15c
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE - Ib. 29c
CERTO Bottle 27c
FLAKES 2 pkgs. 25c
TAPIOCA PkK. 15c
FLAKES pk& 10c
Fresh Peas, lb. 15c
Larg-e Honeydews, each 20c
Watermelons, each 5c
Lemons, doz. 30c
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SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. ''
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tarlton have
I gone to Portland, Indiana for a
! two weeks visit with Mr. Tarlton’s
I Mrs. D. J. Welch and daughter,
, Miss Mary Judd Welch and Miss
Mary Hall returned Sunday from
Carolina Beach where they have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Dr. Greer Stutz of New York City
is spending some time here with his
parents, Mayor and Mrs. D. G.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Phillips have
as their house guest, Mrs. Johnson
Miss’Geneva Hall of Salisbury is
visiting her parents for two weeks.
Mrs. Eugene Woodward is spend
ing two weeks in Washington, D. C.
with her son, Lee Clark and Mrs.
Mrs. J. Homer Mann and childrfn
have returned from Morehead City
where they have been visiting Mrs.
Mann’s parent.s for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wallace and
Misses Pauline and Thelma Frye of
Carthage visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Tyson Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. A. K. Thompson and Juanita
visited relatives in Sanford last week
Mrs.' Jewell Hemphill of Cameron
spent Thursday of last week with
Mrs. A. M. Hemphill at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCraney.
Mrs. Annie Thompson and Alton
Thompson of near Maxton were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. Smith.
Mrs. G. C. Inge and son, Donald of
These suits sold from
We are offering them at this
Itw price to make room for
The Tog Shop
Hamlet spent last week with Mr. and
“V * ” r--—I Mrs. W. T. Cox and have now gone
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buchan and i, „ , ®
to Broadway to visit Mrs. Inge’s sis
ter, Mrs. Robert Boggs.
Miss Eleanor Cameron of Manly
family are back from a vacation in
Miss Jeanette Welch of Siler City j
... , .,1, . w’as the week-end guest of relatives
IS spending this week with her |^
mother, Mrs. D. J. Welch. jv, * j
... ’ , D. A. Graham returned to Ruffin,
Miss Eula Weatherspoon and Miss „ j
i S. C., on Sunday after visiting rela-
Edna Shaw have gone to Winter; ’ ^ °
Haven, Florida for a week’s vaca- j
tion. • ■ I
Mrs. Harris Cashion and' small j
daughter are spending two weeks i
with relatives in Hoffman and
The Citizens Bank and Trust Co.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
D. G. STUTZ, President
GEO. C. ABRAHAM, V.-Pres.
N. L. HODGKINS, Cashier
ETHEL S. JONES, Ass’t. Cashier
Edward Cameron who is an in
structor at the University of North
Carolina, left last 'week for Prince
ton University where he will take
a course in research work.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian W. Graves
and daughter, Miss Peggy, of Ra
leigh have arrived to make their
home here, and are occupying the
Junge house on Vermont Ave., and
Miss Lulu Blue is visiting Mr.
i and Mrs. C. A. Blue in Wilson for
Mrs. Bessie Clark and sons Fogle
and Lloyd are spending two weeks
at Myrtle Beach.
Miss Anne Regan spent the past:
week-end in Elizabethtown visiting
her parents. ^
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Olive, Mr. and
Mrs. David Hoskins and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Kaylor will leave th^
latter part of this week for Folly
Beach, S. C., where they will spend
Mrs. Helen Eisenberger and son,
and Mrs. Biggs are spending the
month cf August at Chicopee Falls,
N. L. Hodgkins and G. C. Abra
ham spent Sunday at Myrtle Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Amondola, Miss
Sue Amondola, Mrs. Michle Roseth
and sons Thomas and Donald have
returned to New York City after
spending several months in Southern
Angelo Montesanti, Jr., has gone
to Blowing Rock for the remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. Eloise Jones has returned to
Charlotte after visiting here as the
guest of her parents.
Tommy Atkinson, Robert Dorn
and Ralph Chandler, Jr., lett Sun
day ‘for a trip through Virginia,'
Niagara Falls and Canada.
Russel Mills, Charles Beck, and
J. J. Stroud have gone to Fort ,
Bragg for a month’s stay at the I
Cliff Johnson spent Sunday in I
Elizabethtown visiting friends.
T. T. Hyde. Ill, of Richmond, Va.,
was a visitor in Southern Pines Tues
day and Wednesday of this week.
Miss Anne Thrower of Chicago,
who has been visiting her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thrower,
left Sunday for a visit in Florida.
Miss Althea Roberts is spending
her vacation in Toronto, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McNeill ahd
their neice, Betty Jean McNeill spent
the past week-end as the gue.st of
Mrs. McNeill’s parents at their home
near Anderson, S. C.
Dr. Warren Stevick and family of
Nowata, Okla., were visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Stevick this
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bacon have
gone to Hendersonville for a tzv:
Mrs. Grace Fasnacht has gone to
Chambersburg, Penn., for a visit of
Charles Stevick, student of Duke
Medical School, spent the week-end
tives in Vass and Mrs. Graham in
Little Janet Rosser underwent a
tonsil operation in Fayetteville on
Friday of last week and returned
home Saturday. She is getting along
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■M.XKRI.VGE LICENSES ISSL’F:D
Marriage licenses have been is
sued from the office of the Register
of Deeds of Moore county to the
following: D. W. Lane of Cameron
and Maude Lillian Mclnnis of Lake-
view; Adrian Moore and Mary Par
sons, both of Eagle Springs.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
WASHINGTON, O. C. •
fi^nnn maximum insurance
^JUUU FOR EACH DEPOSITOR ^JUUU
THAT KEEPS YOU FIT
KEEPS FIT ITSELF
Because of the unusual weather con
ditio.':! which hove prevailed all over
th'e country this year, we have in-
stciiled additional water treating
equipment to further protect the pur-
ityo^''■'.Vi water we use in Coca-Cola.
how,, flood and drouth can con>e and
go and leave no trace in the water
you drink in bottled Coca-Cola. Now,
seasons can change, the weather can
turn itself upside down—
But thewater used in bottled Coca-Cola
will always be the same—always pure
Try it. You con be sure it's safe.
And you will en|oy the buoy
ancy of its sparkling refreshment
Health Authority Approves
"High type, superior carbonated '•
necessarily contain absolutely pure water," says
an official bulletin of the Food and Drug Ad
ministration, U. S. Dept, of Agriculture,"so that
when the public is consuming these beverages
it is eliminating the chance of drinking Impure
water which is often the cause of sickness. *
ICE-COLD COCA-COLA IS EVERYWHERE ELSE; IT OUGHT TO BE IN YOUR ICE BOX AT
HOME. ORDER A CASE TODAY. IT WILL PLEASE YOUR GUESTS, DEUGHT YOUR FAMILY.
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ABERDEEN, N. C.