Friday, August 23, 1935
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. North Carolina
The Week in Carthage
Mrs. Ralph Mohr has returned to
lier home in New Yorlt City. She
was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. R. L. Burns, her sister, Miss
Emma Muse Burns, her brother, E.
•J. Burns and an aunt, Mrs. J. E. Muse.
Mrs. S. F. Cole and Mrs. Nelia
Black are visiting Mrs. F. S. Blue
in Burlington this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Worthy of Co
lumbus, Ga., are the houseguests ol
Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Spence.
Miss Mary Currie and Miss Flora
McDonald left Thursday for Mon
treal where they will spend a few
Mrs. R. G. Frye has returned from
Asheboro where she visited Mr. and
Mrs Ervin Frye.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wood are vis
iting Mrs. Wood’s parents in Pitts
Miss Eliza Greene is visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Welch and Mr.
W. F. Wood, Sr., of Marion are vis-
iting relatives in Bath, N. Y.
Miss Judith Wainer left Sunday for
Marshville, Canada where she will
spend several days.
Mrs. W. H. Currie and children re
turned home Friday from Gastonia
where she visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Woltz. She was ac
companied home by Mrs. Woltz and
her sister, Miss Ruth Woltz.
Miss Katherine Shields is visiting
relatives in Detroit.
Ed Frye and son, Edward, Jr.,
Mrs. Henry Hill are visiting Mr.
Frye’s daughter, Mrs. Stead in
N. A. McKeithen, Jr., of Lumber-
ton spent Sunday in Carthage with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mc
J. R. Sheffield, Jr., of Winston-Sa
lem spent the week-end w'ith his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sheffield.
Mrs. Isham Hicks and Miss Fran
ces Purdy of Dunn spent Wednesday
with Mrs. E. H. Morton.
Mrs. U. L, Spence and Mrs. L. W.
Barlow spent Thursday in Raleigh.
Mrs. M. J. McPhail spent Sun
day with Mrs. Glennie Muse.
Mrs. R. L. Phillips is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. William Wilbur in
Deputy Sheriff Herman Grimm left
Saturday for New Hampshire where
he will spend a few days. He will be
accompanied home by his family who
have been spending the summer
there with relatives.
Miss Mary Catherine McLeod and!
Gilbert McLeod returned to their j
home in Fayetteville Monday after aj
visit with their aunts. Misses Katie
Lee and Bess McLeod.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carter spent!
Monday in Erwin.
Miss Elizabeth Willis has returned
to her home in Salisbury after visit
ing her cousin, Mrs. O. B. Welch.
Mrs. M. G. Boyette and children
spent a few days in Pinehurst last
week, guests of Miss Margaret Kel
Mrs. Joe Spence of Asheboro spent
Monday with Mrs. U. L. Spence.
Mrs. Breitz Lockey of Trenton, N.
J., is the guest of Mrs. Bob Cagle.
Mrs. John Nealy of Asheboro
spent Monday with Mrs. C. G. Spen
Dr. and Mrs. John Symington and
Mrs. John Baker spent a few' days at
Wrightsville last week.
Mrs. J. V. Miles and son, Jack, are
visiting relatives in Suffolk, Va.
W. M. Carter and J. R. Sheffield,
Jr., mad( a business trip to Winston-
Mrs. Lily Hall is visiting relatives
in New York.
Miss Ruby McGoogan and Mr. Al
beit Humphrey of Fayetteville spent
Sundaj' with J. E. Muse and fam
Chas. Barringer of Raleigh spent
the week-end in Carthage with his
Mrs. Fred Flinchum and Mrs. Myr.
ton Stewart spent a few days in
Southern Pines last week with Mrs.
C. P. Mills.
Miss Blanche Sturdivant of Star
spent a few days last week with
Mrs. Wendell Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Y. Blanton have
returned home after spending the
summer at Shelby. Mr. Blanton has
accepted a position with the CCC
camp at South Port, N. C.
A. K. McDonald and )family of
Troy spent Sunday with Mrs. J. H.
meeting closed v^’ith prayer by Mrs.
W. G. Parker.
Last Friday evening the Y. P. C.
Bess Irvin and Pauline Crissman
spent Sunday in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Boaz. Miss Lula
McDonald and family. They were ac
companied home by their daughter.
Miss Mary Catherine who has been
Mrs. Spence Hostess at Tea
•On Monday afternoon Mrs. U. L.
Spence was hostess, honoring her
house-guests, Mrs. Ken Worthy of
Columbus, Ga., and Mrs. Joe Spence
Mrs. H. F. Seawell, Sr., and Miss
Bess Stuart received the guests at
the entrance and directed them to
the receiving line whjch was com
posed of the hostess and the honorees.
Mrs. C. G. Spencer and Mrs. W. H.
Griffin directed the guests to the
dining room where refreshments
were served by Mrs. J. M. Lane,
Misses Frances McKeithen, Meade
Seawell, Elizabeth Anne Spencer and
Mary Worthy Spence.
Mrs. John Beasley and Mrs. L. W.
Barlow served refreshments from
each end of a beautifully decorated
table that was centered with a bowl
of white flowers about which were
placed silver holders bearing green
tapers. A color scheme of green and
w’hite was carried out in the dining
room both in decorations and refresh
Mrs. M. G. Dalrymple directed the
guests to the sun porch and Mrs. W. ^
G. Brown directed them to the liv- ■
ing room where they were greeted
by Mrs. E. H. Morton and Mrs. C. T. |
During the hqur of receiving
musical program was rendered
Mrs. R. W. Pleasants. About
I Of the Presbyterian church, held their | Gaddy, Eva Hendricks and Margar-
! regular monthly social, chaperoned I et Gilchrist, Beulah and Jessie
by their advisor, Mrs. H. D. Tally, at i Thomas, Margaret McLeod
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
The high school class of 11)32 held
its annual reunion last Friday even
ing, enjoying an outdoor picnic near
town, followed by a swimming party
at the Sanford Pool.
Montie Pearl Bullock, Ernest Bad-
gett, Frank Loving and Reid Thomas
returend home Sunday.
Claude Hartsell and Miss Ray Field
of Chesterfield, S. C., were guests of
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hartsell.
Rev. and Mrs. M. D. McNeill re-
A new folk play, “The Hill Be. i turned from their vacation, spent at
tween,” by Lula Vollmer, noted North Swansboro, on Thursday of last
Carolina playwright, was presented
by the Barter Theater at the Linville
club house on Wednesday evening of
last week. It will be produced on
Broadway this fall. Miss Vollmer be
came famous when her play, “Sun
Up,” was produced on Broadway for
a year, in 1923; in 1933 it was taken
week. They were accompanied home
by Mrs. Gabe Holmes and little
daughter, Eunice Spicer of Goldsboro,
who will be their guests this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Parker and
daughters, Misses Helen and Marie
Parker, returned from Washing
ton, D. C., on Monday. They attend-
to London for a year and remained in | wedding of Miss Swannoa
Europe for two years. Although born i Parker, niece of W. G. Parker,
in Keyser (now Addor) and educat-■ Miss Margaret McLean is visiting
ed in Asheville, .she .spent a few few i relatives in Vanceboro this week,
years in Cameron, when quite young, j Misses Lula Gaddy and Eva Hen-
living here with her parents, while j ^•’icks spent Monday in Raleigh,
her father was engaged at a lumber | Miss Flora Phillips is visitiing her
plant. Cameron is proud of this lit- \ ■‘’Chool mate, Miss Pauline Sloan of
tie connection with this talented this week,
young woman. j M*'. and Mrs. Warren Ferguson
Dr. and Mrs. Archie McKeithen family of Chicago arrived Mon-
Louisville, Ky., after visiting Mrs. 1^*^^
Belle McKeithen and Mr. and Mrs. ^ family.
L, B, McKeithen, returned home McDonald of Hamlet, was
Tue.sdav ^ Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Esker Dav
is are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a nine-pound daughter.
T. J. Baldwin from Clarkton is
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. T. J.
The Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Brown
and daughter, Margaret, of Raleigh
spent Sunday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Monroe.
Miss Jean Von Canon was the wek-
end guest of Miss Lucille Richardson
in Jackson Springs.
Miss Ruth Eifort, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. D. Eifort, who has been
with relatives in Sebring, Ohio for
the summer returned home Saturday
W'ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ei
fort drove to Sebring for a visit two
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Monroe have
as their guest for the week Mr. Mon
roe’s sister, Mrs. Eli Bean of Ashe-
Mrs. Alice Brown of Farmer, her
son and daughter, Ray Brown and
Mrs. Grace Johnson, and grandson
Hansel Johnson were visiting rela
tives here Sunday.
Miss Blanch Monroe has returned
to her home after being away for
eight weeks. Six weeks were spent
in study at the summer school of
State College and she was entertain,
ed the following tw'o weeks by friends
People who make fun of those who
go to church rarely object to enjoy
ing the civilization that is largely
a result of organized religion.
As close as we are able to make
it out the Democrats and Republi
cans are both certain that they ^111
win the Presidency next fall.
Miss Nannie Gilchrist of Troy spent
last week with her sister, Miss Rach.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin McFadyen ot
Fayetteville announce the birth of a
son, on Sunday, August 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madry ot
Chapel Hill announce the arrival ot
a daughter, Ann Loving, on Friday,
E. V. PERKINSON
■•atliem Pines, N. C. TeL 5038
A, L-. ADAMS
PAINTER — DECORATOI
Mrs. J. M. Guthrie, chairman of
the 7th district of Fayetteville Pres- i
byterial, had an all-day informal
meeting of the local Auxiliary pres
idents of this district, with the offi
cers and cau.se secretaries of Cam
eron auxiliary, and the Presbyterial
president. Mrs. Charles Ross of Lil- ‘
lington, at her home Wednesday of
last week. Mrs. Ross gave an excel- ‘
lent talk on the many phases of the |
work, and as an important member |
of the W. C. A., explained new plans j
outlined. The dining rooms and liv-'
ing rooms w’ere decorated with help- '
ful posters, printed items, pamhlets, |
folders and literature, which Mrs. j
Guthrie had gathered at Montreat. j
In the afternoon, Mesdames Ross of [
Lillington, J. W. McGraw and Alon- ■
zo Blue of Carthage, N. C., H. C. j
Cameron of Olivia a/id Mrs. Lula i
Muse put on a “Panel Discussion”—
something entirely new, and the first
one to be put in the Presbyterial.
After this Mrs. Guthrie, the recipi
ent of two credits froni the Montreat
Training School, gave an outline of
one of these study courses. The
Miss Mary McDonald spent Mon
day in Sanford.
Mesdames W. M. Wooten, N. C. Me.
Fadyen and Robert McFadyen spent
Monday in Fayetteville.
Miss Lucille Loving and Archie
Kelly joined the Cameron party of
young folks at W'hite Lake for the
Mrs. Jewell Hemphill was dinner
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. McDermott | guest Sunday of Miss Rachael Gil-
and sons, J. N. Kelly, Misses Mary Christ.
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