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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North CArotinA.
Friday, August 23, 1935.
Rev. J. Fred Stimson, Pastor.
10:00 a. m.—Sunday School.
(Classes for those above 16 years
of age only).
11:00 a. m.—Sermon by the pastor.
The Week in Aberdeen
The Church of Wide Fellowship
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D.,
11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship.
Guy Usher of the School of Religion,
Vanderbilt University, to preach.
7:00 p. m.—Young People's Vesper
Service in Church Garden. Everybody
Miss Alice Squires is making a sat.
isfactory recovery from a recent ap.
pendicitis operation at the Moore
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Choir Re- j Shaefer in Jersey City, N. J.
Mrs. John Herring attended the
wedding of a friend at Rutherfordton
on last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Creel visited
Mr. Creel’s uncle, Mr. Masemore in
W’adesboro on last Sunday.
Miss Bessie Gunter and her niece.
Miss Maud Gunter, who is her guest,
attended the home coming at Gum
Springs Church near Moncure last
Mrs. R. G. Farrell, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Noe of Pittsboro, * ^ .
. .. Miss Margaret Pleasants entertam.
w'ill visit their brother, Walter ■‘"6 .
, , ^ ^ ed for her guest, Miss Emma Orr of
Lloyd in Franklin, Va., this week- '
/ ’ I Charlotte at her home on last Fri
end. I . i ,, ,
:dav afternoon, at three tables o*
Miss Myrtle Jordan is spending her \ ^ ,
bridge. After an enjoyable game,
Mrs. W. A. Blue entertained a
number of friends and their out-of.
town guests Saturday night from
seven until nine o’clock at a water
melon slicing on the lawn of her home.
About forty guests enjoyed her hos
i vacation with her sister, Mrs. John
New Hampshire Ave., near Ashe St.
Services are held every Sunday at
11:00 o’clock. Subject of the lesson,
sermon Sunday, August 25, "Mind.”
Each Sunday afternoon at 5:00
o’clock at the Civic Club for Pres*
byterians. The Rev. E. L. Barber, pas
Emmanuel Episcopal Cliurch
Rev. F. Craighill Brown, B. A., B. D.,
Sunday Services—The first Sunday
in the month. Church School 9:30 a.
m.; Holy Communion and sermon,
11:00 a. m.
Other Sundays, Holy Communion,
8.00 a. m.; Church School, 9:30
a. m.; Morning Prayer and sermon,
11 a. m.
Saint’s Days Service, Holy Com
munion, 10:00 a. m.
Miss Orr was presented with a prize
as honoree, and Miss Ruth McFar.
land received the high score prize.
Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Walter Chil-
dry of Sanford, Fla., Mrs. Henry Hur.
ley of Merchantville, Pa.
Mark Davis, who is a member of
the C. M. T. C., at Fort Bragg,
spent last Sunday with his parents.
Mark had the distinction of leading! Honoring her sister Mrs. He^y
his class there last week. Merchantville, Pa., Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Thomas, hockey entertained at bridge
spent several days in Mount Gilead
last Friday evening at her home.
last week iMrs. Hurley was presented the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blue, Mr. and|p"«' ^rs. M. B. Pleasants win-
Mrs. Jack Taylor and Sidney Taylor i"®*- ^^e high score prize, and Mrs.
joined the party from Aberdeen at Bowman winner of sec-
Pawley’s' Island, S. C. last week- Prize. Those present besides cluh
i members were Mrs. Henry Hurley cf
I Merchantville, Pa.; Mrs. Bill Hunt
ley of Greensboro: Mrs. W’alter Chil-
Miss Annabebi Tilley of Chapel Hill
and Ralph Walton McBride of Aber.
deen were married Tuesday evening,
August 6, at the Presbyterian par.
sonage in Elizabethtown. The Rev.
A. L. Poole officiated.
Mrs. McBride is the daughter of
C. C. Tilley of Chapel Hill and at
tended school in Hillsboro and Ox
ford. Mrs. McBride is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. McBride of Aber.
deen. For the past few months he
has been in the mercantile business
in High Point.
Following a wedding trip to
Wrightsville and Carolina Bteaches
the young couple will make their
home on the Raleigh Road near Chap
ROGERS’ DE.\TH FELT
KEENLY IN THIS SECTION
(Continued from page 1)
Mr, McNeill's article follows in
“From the polo field at Fort Bragg
he had driven casually to Pinehurst,
arriving just in time for the begin-
of about eight feet square left for
him. He faced part of the audience
and the rest of it sat behind him.
For 10 minutes he floundered. All
of his thrusts went flat. He was a
complete flop. He grinned foolishly
and the words quit flowing. Then he
strode off the stage, dumped me out
of my chair, seized the lapel of my
coat in one hand and the chair in the
other. He dragged us on to the stage
and stood there grinning at the 150
people who had invaded his rostrum.
With a gesture he began to crowd
them to one side of the stage, and
then he solemnly placed the chair at
one side and thrust me into it. He
hooked a thumb toward the aston
ished tenants of the stage crowded
together and said ‘You keep an eye
on them back there and I'll handle
these out here.’ And then for two
hours he kidded the life out of Leo
nard Tufts’ respectful rich.
"Afterward there was midnight
supper at Henry Page, Jr.’s, and he
met a lot of those he had shifted
around on the stage. It was at that
supper that he took the second drink
of his life—and I imagine the last—
and made the answer to Struthers
Burt that became celebrated. The
summer before he had been in Russia
there is to be said about a thing.
People laughed uproariously and he
looked at them wonderingly. He was
never conscious of his own instlnc.
It is a poor business man whose
plans for making money are not a
few hundred per cent ahead of his
and Mrs. E. B. Maynard spent
last Sunday in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. W'. W. Norris and Sanford. Fla.; and a number, He had washed his hands
Kelsey, of Greensboro, spent aj°^ Aberdeen guests.
ninf of his performance. He walked mere curiosity had swal-
'ci. to the stage pretty much as he ^ tablespoon of vodka. He had
was when he reluctantly turned away Carolina corn, and
from the polo stables 40 miles away, hospitality were
Sunday Mass, 9:00 a. m.
Daily Mass, 8:00 a. m.
Sunday School at ten a. lu. Young
Peoples meeting at seven p. m.
Preaching second Sunday night at
seven-thirty. Fourth Sunday morn
ing at eleven o’clock.
Bethesda Presbj-terian Church
Rev. E. L. Barber, Pastor.
Services each Sunday morning at
11:15; Services each Sunday evening
at 7:30. Prayer meeting services Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Pape Memorial M. E.
Rev. L. M. Hall
First Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Second Sunday—Preaching 11 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday
9:45 a. m.
PInebluff Methodist Church
Rev. Clyde O. New'ell, B. A., B. D.,
9:45 a. m—Church School.
11:00 a. m.—Preaching Service.
6:30 p. m.—Epworth League, Jun
7:30—Epworth League, Young
DR. AD.AMS TO PRE.ACH AT
PINEHURST CHURCH SUNDAY
Dr. P. Cary Adams, president of
the Junior College at Maxton, will
occupy the pulpit at the Pinehurst
Community Church this Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock.
Dr. Adams is a delightful speafter,
and his visit to Pinehurst will be ap
preciated, especially among the
young people who knew him at con
ference this year. It is hoped that
the people of Pinehurst and com-
munity will attend the service Sun
Last Sunday the members express
ed a desire to have Sunday School
at 9:45 and the morning worship at
11:00 o’clock. The pupils of the low
er departments will not assemble un
til further announcement.
obscure restaurant where he ate
few days in Aberdeen last week vis-1 sandwiches and reminded me that
iting friends I Honoring her daughter, Mrs. Sam I wasn’t to forget his chewing gum.
Mrs. Grace Brasington and daught.iS'^^^"®^®" of Oxford, Mrs. E. L. He walked on to the stage and I
ers, Misses Katharine and Marion, of entertained at bridge last | waited in the wings.
Baltimore are guests of Mr. and Mrs. | evening at her home on Be-1 The house was packed. It was a
Ithesda Road. Mrs. Mack Wallace was .sort of lake of white shirt fronts. It
: high score winner and Miss Alma: was the height of Pinehurst’s sea-
SCHOOL BUS ROUTES BEING
>L\I*PED BY H. LEE THOMAS
County Superintendent H. Lee
Thomas and Mr. Crissman, sent out
by the State School Commission,
are making a survey of the school
bus routes in Moore county with a
view to reducing the cost of trans
portation. The most direct routes
^possible will be mapped out and every
effort will be made to get drivers
for each route as near the starting
point as possible to eliminate and
back-driving. Mr. Crissman will ar
range for securing drivers while in
B.\BY BONDS SELL
Sales of "baby bonds” are said to
be around $1,000,000 a day. The
Treasury has netted about $120,000.-
000 through such sales.
Japan seems to want to make
everybody else worship the Emper
or; that’s what we consider real
David Knight, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Folley and
family attended the funeral of Mrs.:^^*®® DuMeer won second prize. The son.
Folley’s mother Mrs E C Phil- given a prize. Out-i "The more prominent tourists had
lips at Marion,’S. C., last Sunday. I ^
Mrs. Folley spent last week there,' Oxford, Miss Alice King of the stage. There was just a space
returning home on Sunday.
Miis Lanie Ruth Gunter is in
Durham visiting her grandmother.
Melvin Thomas of Fayetteville vis
ited his sister, Miss Sarah Thomas
Miss Mildred Osborne of Lilesville,
a former member of the Aberdeen
school faculty, is the guest of Mrs.
G. A. Charles this week.
W. H. McNeill and family and Mrs.
Alex Brewer are spending this week
at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shamburger
returned Sunday night from a va
cation spent in the Shenandoah Val
ley, the Endless Caverns, Williams
burg and other places in Virginia.
T. M. Sharpe and John T. Har
rington attended the funeral services
held foi Mr. Sharpe’s brother. Wil
liam J. Sharpe, at Burlington on last
Mr. and Mrs. Haney Harris spent
the week-end at Myrtle Beach. S. C.
Miss Eva Ruth Vandergrift and
Beatrice Vandergrift of Salemburg
are guests of Misses Sarah Blue and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant are
spending ten days in the mountains
of western North Carolina. While
they are gone Mrs. B. D. Wilson of
Chapel Hill is hostess at The Lan-
Miss Alice King of Knoxville, Tenn.,
is visiting Miss Janette Leach.
Bradford McLean of Burlington is
spending his vacation with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLean.
Mrs. E. M. Medlin, who has been
visiting her sister in Washington, D.
C., returned home last week.
Miss Elizabeth Hope Weaver, who
has been visiting relatives in Louis
ville, Ky., returned home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, Misses
Alice King, Janette Leach. Belle
Heilig, Lois McLeod and C. L. Guion
and Ralph Caldwell, Sr., were on a
house party at Henry Page’s house
boat on the coast last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Page returned
Sunday night from a trip to the
mountains, bringing home with them
their grandson, Rudy Page, who haa '
been attending a boy’s camp at Heu.
Mrs. R. G. Farrell has had as her
recent guests. Misses Virginia Coun- I
cil and Margaret Jewell of Raleigh,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. McKeithen
have returned from a week’s vaca
tion in the western part of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McLean and
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Weaver are
sr'ending thig week at "Seaside”
near the coast!
Miss Emma Orr, who has been a
guest of Miss Margaret Pleasants,
returned to her home in Charlotte
Mrs. J. Ernest Thomas, who has
been the guest of her mother for
some time, returned to her home in
Clover, S. C., last week, accompanied
by Mrs. Lizzie Thomas.
Mrs. H. E. Bowman and Mrs.
Jones Macon visited friends in Fay
etteville Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Ella Juat spent last Sunday
in Candor visiting her sister, Mrs.
Katie B. Shear. On her return home
she was accompanied by her little
(niece, Miss Katie Lee Shear. wmaanWIIIUIIillUIIIMIIIIWIIIIHIIIIII
urged upon him, he said if I'd pour
him one tablespoon of our corn, he’d
try to swallow it. The party waa
gay. Struthers Bui who asks sol
emn questions soph icatedly, said,
‘Mr. Rogers, how uo yoj think North
Carolina would vote if prohibition
was put to that test. With no reflec
tion, but a glance around the room,
he said, “Oh, they'll Vote dry—if
they are able to stagger to the
polls election day.”
Into 16 words he had packed all
ARCH SUPPORTS, made from an
impression of each foot. No metal.
Hand-made. R. Leatham, maker,
Southern Pines, Phone 7972.
WANTED—Your old furniture. We
give the best trading price. Get
new furniture easily. We also buy
your old furniture for the highest
possible price. McLean Furniture
Co., Southern Pines.
WANTED—Someone to take over
a practically new upright piano in
this locality and finish payment on
small balance now owing. Prompt
action essential. Write Credit Mana.
ger, Box 1124, High Point, N. C.
Aug. 16—Sep. 6.
WANTED — Good second hand
steamer trunk. Box 654, South
FOR SALE: Almost new house with
cottage in the rear and garage.
Two lots. One can be used as a
garden. Both houses have cl.’ctric-
ity, city water, and indoor toilets.
New house, five rooms. Cottage
three. Nice shrubbery, fine loca-
tion and a bargain. Can give a pic-
ture of property. Mrs. Alary Eld-
ridge, Pinebluff, N. C. A30.
J/uL ^jcuwlbuu^ ChuL
la one county iJone in the CaroUnas there are 104
cotton mills. The states are dotted with large plants.
Only in the Carolinas may one follow every process of
manufacture from the growing of the staple to the
twning out of a finished garment ready to wear.
Nearly 1,500,000 bales of cotton are annually produced
fai the Carolinas while the mills consume about twic«
tlMit amount. The finest grade of sea island cotton in
the worid Is produced in South Carolina.
Combined s|^ndl«s and looms in the Carolinas fnr
exceed any other state. In recent years numerous rajron
plants have located in the Carolinas, along wriA'
Ueacheries, worsted mills, de-ifan plants and othttP
establishments otillsfaig cotton.
Value of the output of CaroHna miHs nus into
hundreds of milHons of dollars each year.
That’s the Purpose of The Carolinas, Inc.*—TELL THE WORLD
TIm CaroOna*, Inc.
dom M, Ciuu'lott*, N. C.
Without obBgatioi^ plesif •
Th« newspapers of North Mid South Carolina
have donated d>« space for thb a|id a »eriee
of adTertisenients ^kidi wiM appaar for dia
purpose of bringing facta about uio CaroUoa*
before tbeir peopk, Uial they may be better
informed at to tbe resonrce^ history and
industrial inportanee of the Carolinas, nad
that they may know h«w they can aeeist
in the broad aoT«maat to advertise la
worU the adv«ntaffe« e( tfib favored eeefloai