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S’rlday, September 6, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
The Week in Vass
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Rosser were
hostesses to a number of friends at
their home on Monday evening at a
“Health Dinner,” prepared by George
Temple of Jonesboro. An excellent
health lecture followed the dinner.
Guests included Mr. rfnd Mrs. H.
A. Borat, Mr. and Mrs. W. B Gra.
ham, Mr. and Mrs W D. McCraney,
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. McLean, Mr. and
Mrs. W E Gladstone, Mr and Mrs.
W. H. Keith, Mr and Mrs. F. W.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Smith,
Rev. C. A. Lawrence, Mrs. T. F,
Cameron, Mrs W. D. Matthews, Miss
Jennie Cameron and Miss Minerva
Miss Jewell Edwards of Vass, Mrs.
O. M. Spurlin of Sharon, S. C., and
Miss Ossie Edwards of Garner hon.
ored their mother, Mrs. Mary E.
Edwards by entertaining a large
number of friends at a birthday
party Monday afternoon in celebrat.
ion of the sixty-sixth anniversary of
Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. Edwards had
been told that a party was to be
given honoring some out.of.town
guests and ao was not surprised
upon her return from a drive to
Southern Pines to see a number of
cars in the yard. The lusty refrain of
“Happy Birthday, Mrs. EdW’ards,”
as she stepped upon the veranda
was the first intimation that she,
herself was the honoree.
Those enjoying the delightful oc.
casion included Miss Florence Leslie,
Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Mrs. W. C. Les
lie, Mrs. J. M. Tyson, rMrs. L. C.
Wallace of Carthage, Mrs. W. D.!
Matthews, Mrs. D. C. McGill, Mrs.'
N. N. McLean, Mrs. C A. Lawrence,)
Mrs. Sarah M. McNeill, Mrs. Bertie
L. Matthews, Miss Agnes Smith,
Mrs. D. A. Smith, Mrs. G. W. Brooks
Mrs. G. W. Griffin, Mrs. A. G. Ed.
wards, Mrs. Ethel Kirby, Mrs. W.
P Graham, Mrs. H. A. Borst, Mrs.
C J. Temple, Mrs S. R Smith, Mrs.
C. L. Tyson, Mrs. Nannie Brian and
Mrs. Ella Dupree of Garner, Miss
Myrtle McMillan, Miss Catharine
McMillan, Mrs Will Klingenschmidt
and Miss Mary Beasley.
Miss Mary Frank McMillan under,
went a tonsil operation in Sanford
last week and is getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter and
family of West Point, Va., Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Davis and Mr. and Mrs
R O. Haines and daughters Mabel |
and Alma, of Elkin have moved to
Vass where they will be with the
new furniture plant, Mr. Carter as
superintendent and Mr. Davis and ^
Mr. Haines as foreman. The Carter i
family is located ii. the Thomas |
house and the other two families in I
the home of Mrs. \V. J. Cameron, i
Miss Lucy Thompson of Rocking,
ham and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hemp
hill and baby of Aberden visited the
McCraney family the first of the
The Rev. Charles A. Lawrence at.
tended Synod at Red Springs this
The Vass Woman’s Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. H. A. Borst at
7:45 o’clock on Friday evening of
Mrs. L. C. Wallace of Carthage is
spending the week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tyson.
Miss Anna Laubscher of High
Point was at home for a short visit
the first of the week.
W. D. Matthews and sons, Joseph,
Preston and Duncan, Jr., went to
Charlotte on a fishing trip the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Keith and chil.
dren of Pinehurst and Mrs. A. Blue
of Carthage visited Mrs. Jane Keith
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gladstone had
as their guests Thursday night their
brother, A. M. Gladstone, and Miss
Minnie Murchison of Greensboro.
Miss Ruth McNeill returned last
week from New York state where
she spent the summer, and is now
teaching at Samarcand Manor.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffin visited
relatives in Hamlet Wednesday af
Howard Ellis of Ramseur was in
town Saturday and Mrs. Ellis, the
former Miss Lena Cameron, return
ed home with him after visiting her
father, D. A. Cameron.
Mrs. R. D. Braddy of Hope Mills
came Friday to spend a few days
with her sisters. Misses Sallie and
Bessie Cameron and Mrs. W. H.
Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Capps of
Rockfish and Mr. Brady were here
for the day Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Keith and Miss
Elizabeth Keith attended the funeral
of R. M. Adams in Hamlet Wednes
Miss Ossie Edwards, Mrs. Nannie
Brian, Mrs. Ella Dupree and Thelbert
Apple, all of Garner, spent Monday
at the home of Mrs. E. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Spurlin of
Sharon, S. C., w'ere guests of Mrs.
Mary E. Edwards and Miss Jewel
Edwards from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. Wilbur Beasley, who has been
attending summer school at Boone,
has joined Mr. Beasley here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Callahan visited
Miss Eva Callahan in High Point
Miss Catharine Graham has re-
turned from a ten days’ visit with
relatives in Ruffin, S. C.
Cameron and Community
The younger set entertained at a
good.bye party complimenting Miss
Margaret McDougald of Ft. Green,
Fla., on Weduesdy evening of last
week at the home of Mrs. H. D.
Tally. Games and contests featured
Thursday, September 12, has been
oppointed as “Clean.up Day” at
Cameron Cemetery. If you cannot
come, be sure to send a hand or
$1.00 to Mrs. H. P. McPherson, who
has charge of the work.
After a month’s vacation, the
Rev. M. D. McNeill filled his regular
appointment last Sunday morning at
the Presbyterian church.
Miss Stella Mosher of Baltimore
dpent Saturday night with Miss
Janie Muse. She left Sunday on a
business trip to points in South Car
The Rev. and Mrs. ^rank Hare of
Jonesboro were suppei guests Sun.
day of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas.
Miss Edna Henderson of Brevard
is the guest of Miss Mary Hendricks.
George Lewis of Indiana is spend,
ing a few days in town.
Mrs. M. D. Mclver, Miss Mamie
Arnold and Mrs. J. T. Bruton attend
ed services at historic Long Street
Presbyterian Church on Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. Bruton after a two
week’s visit with her sisters. Miss
Mamie Aruold and Mrs. M. D. Mc
lver of Route 1, returned to her
home in Columbia, S. C., last week.
She was accompanied by Miss Ar_
nold, who will stay for a ten.day vis.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Florence,
S. C., were week-end guests of their
aunt, Mrs. Mary E. McNeill of route
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hemphill and
A. M. Ill, of Aberdeen spent Sun.
day with Mrs. Jewell Hemphill.
Prof. and Mrs. R. F. Lowry of
Chapel Hill and Ollin Nevin of Wax.
haw were in town Saturday. Prof.
and Mrs. Lowry were supper guests
of Mia. Lonln
Prof. and Mrs. J. Clyde Kelly and
family of West Jefferson were week,
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ev.onder
Kelly of the White Hill community.
Mrs. Kelly left for Raleigh on Mon
day to i»ltend an E. R. A. course.
Prof. Kelly and family returned to
their home on Friday.
Mrs. Dougald Stewart, Miss Meta
Stewart and Dougald Stewart of
Laurinburg were guests of Mrs. Belle
McKeithen last week.
Misses Minnie and Jacksie Muse
and W. A. Muse were in Jonesboro
Sunday evening to see the Rev. and
Mrs. L. H. Joyner.
Miss Margaret McDougald, who
spent the summer months with her
grandmother, Mrs. Julia McDougald
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
'Tally, returned home on Thursday.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Lancaster and Tom
Smith of Vanceboro and Cameron
McLean of Wilmington were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McLean last
Mrs. Donald McDonald and daught.
er. Miss Margaret McDonald, who
have been visiting relatives in Nor.
folk, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ferguson
and family left for their home in
Chicago on Friday of last week.
They returned via Lexington, Ky.,
where Miss Jean Ferguson will re
main for the school term.
Miss Margaret Ferguson of Route
i 1 spent Thursday night and Friday
j with Miss Flora Phillips.
Miss Lilliaa Cole, who has been
attending Summer School at Pea
body, returned home Friday.
Miss Nannie Gilchrist of Troy,
who spent her vacation with her sis.
ter, Miss Rachael Gilchrist of Route
1, returned home Monday.
Mrs. Florence Mclver of Sanford
and Mrs. Limeback of Winston.S£i.
lem are guests of their mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Charles Lea and children,
Mrs. Jimmie Jones and daughter of
Sanford, and Mrs. J. D. McLean were
dinner guests last week of Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tally and son,
John Tucker Tally of Siler City
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. H.
William Parker of Washington,
D. C., is visiting his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Abernathy
are at home in an apartment over the
G. M. McDermott made a business
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McNeill ar.
rived in town Sunday after spending
the summer in the north.
J. L. Deyoe left Friday "or New
York state where he will rpend his
i vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Wells
1 will return with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith of
Waxaw were in town Saturday.
Mrs. M. F. Butner and daughter
Virginia and Mrs. Freeman of Aber.
deen spent Friday in Fayetteville
Mrs. Ralph Leach cf Aberdeen
spent the week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. But^ier.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Clark and
Miss Delia Williams of Atlanti
spent the week-end with Mr. Clark’s
aunt, Mrs. J. H. Suttenfield.
Miss Sally Clark of Greensboro
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Suttenfield.
Miss Elizabeth Hampton of Chap.
el Hill arrived Monday to visit her
aunt, Mrs. Joe Suttenfield. j
Miss Carlotta Porter arrived at the
Suttenfield’s Tuesday to spend some |
Miss Elizabeth Fletcher of Raleigh |
spent the week-end with her parents.,
Miss Edith Howie left Tuesday for
Fayetteville where she will enter
training in the Pittman Hospital.
Miss Hazel Adcox left Monday for
Raleigh where she will take a course
in King’s Business College.
Aubrey Pruett nf Danbury, Conn.,
spent two days last week with Mr.
and Mrs. John Fiddner. His son, Au
brey, Jr., returned with him after
spending the summer here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pickier and
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Carpenter are
leaving Friday for a week’s visit
in Portland, Ind., with James Tarl-
ton, brother of Mrs. Carpenter and
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vanboskirt
of Aamlet spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vanboskirt
and family and Mrs. Elmer Austin
spent the past week in Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Youngs of
Canaseraga, N. Y., who have been
the guests of Mrs. Mary Eldridge
the past week returned to their home
a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Young,
with their hostess, Mrs. Eldridge,
spent several days in visiting places
of interest in North and South Car.
olina and may in the near future de
cide to have a winter home here.
Miss Kathryn Barry of Rocking
ham spent the week-end with her
Miss Kathryn Barry of Rocking
ham spent the week-end with her
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Eldridge
Mrs. Mary Eldridge and her
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young,
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Poole, Miss Ma
rie Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Barry and family of Rockingham
held a family picnic in Chesterfield
Park, South Carolina last Sunday.
Misses Cornie and Janie McLeod
are visiting the Rev. and Mrs. E. R.
Billups in Kernersville.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Welch have re
turned from a trip to New York and
Mrs. U. L. Spence, Mrs. John
Beasley and Mrs. L. W. Barlow
visited Mrs. Paul Tillery in Raleigh
James Stutts of Newport, News,
Va., is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Stutts.
C. C. Kennedy and children have
returned from a visit with friends in
N. A. McKeithen Jr., and Miss
Margaret Biggs of Lumberton visit,
ed Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKeithen
and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Seawell, Jr.,
and Miss Betty Jane Seawell have
returned from a trip to Nova Scotia.
Frank Cake of Pittsburgh is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L McGraw and
children visited relatives in Rock
Hill last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Denning of
Lakeland, Fla., who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Muse, left
last week to visit relatives in Ben.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McDonald
left Monday for Columbia, S. C.,
after spending a w’eek with Mrs. J.
H. McDonald and family.
Miss Louise Bartlett has return,
ed to her home in Richmond after
a visit with her sister, Mrs. O. D.
The Rev. F. S. Blue of Burlington
is spending a few days in Carthage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Watkins of
Rock Hill are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. McGraw
E. T. Smith of New York spent
the week-end in Carthage.
Mrs. Fred Downing and daughter
Miss Sue Downing have returned to
their home in Knoxville, Tenn., after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Douglas Frye is at home and re
cuperating from an operation for
Miss Mary Wyckoff of Columbia,
S. C., Is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Misses Ruth Mclver, Betty Bar.
linger are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
F. M. Hester in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Crutchfield
of Wadesboro spent the week.end
Misses May and Bess Stuart are
visiting friends in Concord.
Miss Regina Blue of Raleigh spent
the week-end with Miss Bess Me.
Miss Fannie Roberts and Mrs.
Goodwin of Oriental spent the week
end with Mrs. C. C. Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watson and
daughter, Virginia and Miss Kathleen
Watson of Charleston, W. Va., visit,
ed Mrs. J. E. Muse Sunday.
Mrs. Jimmie Morgan of Fayette.
viUe and Mrs. T. L. Riddle and Mrs.
Henry Roberts of Sanford spent
Tuesday with Mrs. W. I. Barnes.
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy and children
left for their home in New York City
Wednesday. Mrs. Kennedy has been j
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. K.
Kennedy for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Spence enter
tained Sunday evening at a buffet
supper honoring Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Griffin, Rica Frances and Wil
lard Griffin, who are soon moving
to Roxboro. Enjoying Mr. and Mrs.
Spence’s hospitality were Mr. and
Mrs. Griffin, Rica Frances and WiL
lard, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barlow,
Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley, Mrs. W.
J, Adams of Raleigh and W. D.
Mrs. Ed Simpson is visiting friends
in New Jersey.
NcLean Furniture Co.
CASH OR CREDIT
Drs. Neal and Stewart
Swinnerton’s on Mondays
Carolina Pharmacy, Pinehurst,
The Citizens Bank and Trust Co. I
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
D. G. STUTZ, President N. L. HODGKINS, Cashier
GEO. C. ABRAHAM, V.-Pres. ETHEL S. JONES, Ass’t. Ca.<3hier
U. s. POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITORY
A SAFE CONSERVATIVE BANK
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
i WASHINGTON, D. C. ^
FOR EACH DEPOSITOR
Will lease, sell, or accept a half interest
MONTESANTl’S SPAGHETTI CAMP
Located Midway Between Southern Pines
Inquire A. Montesanti, Southern Pines, N. C.
Time to plant
CARTHAGE SCHOOLS OPEN !
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IB
The Carthage School opens Sep.
tember 16th with Prof. O. B. Welch,
who "has been in Carthage eleven
years, as superintendent. F. Y. Blan.
ton’s place as athletic director has
not yet been filled. Mr. Blanton re-!
cently resigned to accept a position
as vocational advisor at the C.C.C. i
camp at South Port. |
The faculty will be made up of the ;
following: Miss Eula Blue of Car. j
thage, Latin; Miss Katherine Sham,
ble of Mt Gilead, English; Miss
Thompson of Haw River, Home Eco
nomics; Miss Estelle Kelly of San.
ford, French; Mrs. L. P. Tyson and
Miss Vera Thompson of Norwood,
seventh grades; Miss Lucille Farron
of Pittsboro and Miss Odele Blue of
Laurinburg, sixth grades; Miss Mat.
tie Kate Shaw of Carthage and
Miss Mildred Cross of Sanford fifth
grades; Miss Francis Hunter of
Charlotte, fourth grade; Misses
Frances McKeithen and Mary Ham
ilton, both of Carthage, third
grades; Misses Mary Currie and May
Stuart, both of Carthage, second
grades; Miss Janie McLeod, Miss
Kate Bryant o? Carthage and Miss
Esther Seawell of Merry Oaks, first
trip to Olivia-Monaay.
The Presbyterian Woman’s Auxil
iary held its regular monthly meet,
ing at the church on Monday after
noon, with the president, Mrs. J. E.
The Rev. M. D. McNeill will talk
at Ihe Presbyterian church Sunday
t© the young girls and boys of the
town 8md community who will attend
college this fall.
It’s tha Quality in Grass Seed
that counts. Pinehurst
The summer of 1935 marks a new era in the Sand
hills, for the foliage and vegetation were never as
charming and extended and as massive as this sum
mer. The growth of years is beginning to show.
But be certain
it’s QUALITY SEED
Is one of the best winter grasses for the Sandhills
and the best Italian Rj'e Grass that grows is the Ore
gon type, developed out there in that soil and climate
that is unusually adapted for grass of its character.
An analysis test shows:
Name and Variety—Oregon Rye Grass
Date of Test—August, 1935.
Note that in the germination tests 90 seeds in
ev^ry hundred grew* and over 99 seeds in the hundred
were pure Oregon Italian Rye Grass. The weed con
tent is very small.
We Have A Carload—1000 Bags—Of
This Seed In Our W'arehouse Now—
Ready For You, and It Is The Best
We Have Ever Had To Offer.
As to Pinehurst Special Grass Mixture
You know about that. It is a mixture originated at Pinehurst, and it fits this sec
tion perfectly. A composition of Red Top, Red Fescue, Rye Grass and Meadow Fescue
with Dutch White Clov'er to give it the substantial Clover cast.
It is the grass seed for this section wh ire particular results are je|sisential, and
worth all it costs.
Pinehurst Warehouses, Inc.
Pinehurst, N. C.
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