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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, September 6, 1935.
Miss Miriam Laird of the Moore
County Hospital staff of nurses has
gone to Citronelle, Ala., to spend a
three weeks’ vacation with her fam
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts re
turned home on Monday from Mer
edith, N. H.
Mrs. True P. Cheney and daught.
ers, Dorothy and Sally Ann, are in
Vidalia. Ga., visiting Mrs. Cheney’s
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Meadows.
Mrs. Randolph Grimm, Mrs. Foster
Kelly and Miss Gertrude Kelly went
to Washington. D. C., Wednesday
morning for a few days’ visit with
relatives. Miss Gertrude Kelly will
remain in Washington this winter
and will attend the Modern Beauty
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKenzie ac
companied their daughter. Miss Dor.
othy McKenzie, to Milligan College,
Tenn., Thursday, where she will
enter the Junior class.
Miss Betty Dunlop has returned
from Salisbury where she spent a
month as the guest of her grand
mother, Mrs. R. L. Flannigan.
Mrs. D. B, Swaringen has return,
ed to Charlotte after being a guest
In the home of her son Ed Swarin
gen for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Cunningham
and young son Bert have returned
from Tennessee where they spent
the past six weeks visiting relatives.
While away Mr. Cunningham at.
tended summer school at Peabody
University in Nashville.
Mrs. Willard Dunlop has had as
her guests her mother, Mrs. R. L.
Flannigan. and sister, Miss Johnsie
Flannigan of Salibury, who returned
home on Suuday with Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Terry, who were week-end
guests of Mrs. Dunlop.
Mrs. D. P. McKenzie and Mr. and
Mrs. Tom McKenzie left Thursday
for Bethel, Vt., and Bar Harbor, Me.,
where they will visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Hamor of
Bar Harbor, Me., announce the arriv
al of a son, Richard McKenzie Ha-
mor, on Friday, August 30th. Mrs. Ha
mor, formerly was Miss Idell Me.
Kenzie of Pinehurst.
Miss Carol Hennessee returned
home last Thursday from Bridge
port, Conn., where she has spent the
summer. Miss Olive Hennessee re
mained with her grandmother for the
winter and will attend school in
Friends of Donald Quale will be
Interested to know of his appoint,
ment to Annapolis. He has passed
all entrance examinations and en.
tered the freshman class last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sutron and
children have returned from a va
cation spent at Virginia Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wicker and
daughter, Miss Melba Wicker left by
motor Tuesday morning for Hot
Springs, Ark., for a stay of a month.
Miss Sadie Stewart of Charlotte
was a week-end guest of Mr. and
Mr.s Alex Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Banks Richardson of
Atlanta will return home on Friday
after being guests in the home of
Mr. Richardson’s brother, B. U. Rich,
Donald Stewart has returned af.
ter attending summer pchool at
Chapel Hill, and will spend a short
vacation with his family before le-
turning to Davidson College.
Alex Stewart. Jr., of Fayetteville
spent the past week.end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Powell of
Wsishington, D. C., were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Black and Mrs.
J. N. Powell last week, returning
home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Whitney re.
t’”'Tied to Boston Monday after
spending several days in Pinehurst,
coming here from Asheville espec-
ially to enjoy golf.
Mrs. John Hommer, Mr.s. Charlie
Fields, and Mrs. Ellis Fields enter,
tained the American Legion Junior^
Baseball team and the advisory com.
mittee at a bountiful picnic supper
on Saturday evening at Broadhead
Lake. About 35 enjoyed this occa.
Sion. • - -
Mrs. E, B. Keith and children have
returned from Asheville where they
visited relatives and while away were
also guests of the Rev. and Mrs.
Murdoch McLeod in Montreat.
The Rev. A. J. McKelway attend
ed Synod which met at Flora Mac.
donald College, Red Springs, Wednes.
day and Thursday. j
The Cradle Roll, Beginner’s and
Primary Departments of t’le Sunc’JTy
School of the Oommunity Church,
which suspended during the Infan.
tile paralysis epidemic, will resume
Classes on Sunday morning, Septem
ber 8th at 9:45 o’clock.
Mrs. A. McN. Blue of Carthage
returned home Wednesday after vis.
Iting her sister, Mrs. E. B. Keith.
Mrs. Blanche Wescott and daugbt.
er, Dorothy, have returned from
Baltimore, having spent the past
ten days there.
Mrs. E. L. Scofield returned Sat
urday from Cape May, N. J.
The Tobacco Market Opens on Sept. 17th
That’s Only 10 Days Off
LETS MAKE 1935 THE BIGGEST YEAR IN THE
HISTORY OF THE ABERDEEN MARKET
Both Big Warehouses Will Be Operating. Both in
Charge of Men Well Known, Highly Respected
in the Tobacco Marketing World.
Let's Get Behind Them
Talk Up the Aberdeen Market as You Travel About the
State. Talk Up Aberdeen. It’s a Good Town, Has
Everything to Offer.
In the Good Old Days We Led the State in Prices Paid
for High Grade Leaf. No Better Tobacco is
Grown than in This Section. No Section of the
State has Better Farmers.
LET’S RETURN TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS
TOBACCO FARMERS -- TOBACCO BUYERS
ABERDEEN BIDS YOU WELCOME
Aberdeen Chamber of