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Friday, September 6, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Mrs. Moffett Dies
Here at Age of 85
Resident of Southern Pines Sev
en Years Was Bom in
Mass. in 1850
Mrs. Rosa Moffett, aged 85 years,
died at her home on Vermont ave_
nue on Monday morning, Septem.
ber 2d. Mrs. Moffett was the
daughter of the Rev. Butler Morley
and Ann Leet Morley, and was the
oldest living member of the First
Baptist Church of Fayetteville, N.
Y. With her daughter. Miss Eleanor
Moffett, she has been a resident of
gouthern Pines for the past seven
Funeral services were held at her
late residence at 4:30 o’clock on
Monday afternoon, the Rev. J. Fred
Stimson officiating, and interment
services in Fayetteville, N. Y., on
Wednesday. Mrs. Moffett was born
in Northboro, Mass., on June 22d,
1850. She leaves many friends here
to mourn her passing.
3 o’clock Sunday afternoon, the Rev.
J. Fred Stimson, assisted by Dr.
Green, officiating. The pallbearers
were R. W. Tate, M. Y. Poe, D. G.
Stutz, John Adams, Bruce Cameron
and R L. Chandler. Interment was
in Mount Hope Cemetery
IVIRS. S.\RAH FR.VNCES MANEE
DIES HERE AT AGE OF 71
Mrs. Sarah Frances Manee, aged
71 years, died in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Newton on Sunday,
August 31st. The widow of the Rev.
Abraham H. Manee, supply pastor
of the Baptist Church from 1906 to
his death in 1927, Sarah Frances
Hall and her sister, Mr. Manee’s de
ceased wife, came to Southern
Pines about 1904, and during the
many years of their residence became
well and favorably known to all the
older generation of residents. Mrs.
Manee was born in Bethel, Conn..
May 23, 1864.
Funeral services were held in the
Baptist Church of Southern Pines at
Miss Ella Mae Clark of Washing,
ton, D. C., spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
C. B. Garrett was home through
the week.end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Clark.
Mrs. D. A. Sneed of Raeford Is
visiting her brothers, W. L. Stuble.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Sox have re.
turned after being away for some
Mrs, Edgar Falls and son Mark-
ham of Gastonia are spending some
time with Mrs. G. P. Markhain.
Miss Ada Doughtry who holds a
position with the Carolina Power &
Light Company in Raleigh Is vis.
itlng her aunt. Miss Margaret Clark.
Miss Waldo Stubbs is In Raleigh
for a two.weeks’ stay.
Miss Lela 74cLeod has returned
iwith her sister, Miss Ethel McLeod
I in New York City.
I Dan McDuffie, Jr., is home for a
ifew days’ vacation with his parents,
I Mr. and Mrs, Dan McDuffie.
Russell Riece has returned to Rock,
ingham to resume his duties as man
ager of Myrlck's fruit store there.
i&cuthetn Pinrs, N. (L
Mra. Millicent A. Hayes, Principal
A COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL PGR
BOYS AND GIRLS
Kindergarten through the 8th
Tutoring Arranged for Older
Limited AccommodatioiM for
SI MMER BRIDGE CLLB
AT PINEHURST ELECTS
On Friday %venlng the Summer
Bridge club entertained at a sup.
per party at the Community Club
I House. After a delicious supper
I bridge was enjoyed, Mrs. Alex
j Stewart and J. F. Taylor making
I high scores for the evening. As this
was the last meeting for this sum.
mer a short business session was
held at which time Mrs. J. M. Ha.
I good was re-elected president and
;Mrs. W. L. Dunlop was elected sec.
;retary and treasurer.
Purchase of Watch With Rubber
Check Gets Snipes Three Months
MISS VIRGINIA HENSLEY
BRIDE OF HENRY L. Bl’TNEB
Italian Rye Grass Seed at the
WBiB»K««mHt»»:t»mi t:» »; i :t amin«mtmm:K:K«»»«»i»H»mmtHmHHm
WE WANT TO SELECT
Reliable young man, now employed, with FORESIGHT, fair
education and mechanical inclinations, who Is willing to train
spare time or evenings at home to qualify as INSTALLATION
and SERVICE expert in Electric Refrigeration and Air Condi,
tioning. New, profitable field. For interview write, giving age
and present occupation.
404 N. Wells St., Chicago, 111.
Purina Pig Chow Is
the Glad Word Now
JudRfe Rowe Has Heavy Docket
To Dispose of in Record
er’s Court Monday
An unusually heavy docket faced
Judge Rowe In Recorder’s court on
Monday, and the last case was not
finished until nearly six o’clock in
Z. S. Snipes, white, was arrested in
Wayne county and brought back to
face a false pretense charge which
resulted in his receiving a three
months’ jail sentence. Snipes was al
leged to have given B. F. Whitlock,
a Carthage jeweler, a check for for.
ty dollars In exchange for a 21.jewel
Elgin watch and the check proved to
be worthless. Upon advice lof the
county physician Snipes was assigned
to work at the county home or on
the public highways.
Steve Zeblo, white of Southern
Pines, was found guilty of an as
sault on Edward James with a pis.
tcl. He was given 60 days on the
roads, -suspended upon the payment
of $8 to the Moore County Hospital,
$40 to Dr. Willcox to cover medical
service of the prosecuting witness,
and the costs of the case.
Tom Garner, white of Hemp, fac.
ed charges of public drunkenness, dis
orderly conduct, disturbing religious
worship, using loud and boisterous
language, resisting arrest and as.
sault with a deadly weapon. He was
found guilty on numbers one, two,
four and five, and was given six
months on the roads. He gave notice
of appeal and bond was fixed at $300.
Hurley McBryde, colored of Pine,
i hurst, was bound to Superior Court
I under bond of $350 on a charge of,
I breaking and entering the dwelling
of Johnnie George and stealing some
bed clothing and a broom.
Ernest Hamlin, colored of South,
iem F*ines, was found guilty of aban.
doning and falling to provide ade
quate support of his three children.
He must serve 60 days or settle the
costs and pay his wife $3 per week
for the support of the children.
Robert Russell, colored of Pine,
hurst, was given a 30.day sentence
suspended upon payment of the costs
for assaulting Neill Kelley, Jr., with
For public drunkenness, disorder
ly conduct and disturbing worship
The Woman’s Auxiliary of the '
I Presbyterian Church gave a chicken Jennie Lee Hensley of Pine_
I stew for the Young People’s Circle hurst announces the marriage of her
j on Tuesday night in the home of daughter, Virginia Carolyn, to Hen-
Mrs, D. D. Eifort,
ry Lee Butner of Pinebluff on Sun_
D. B. Smith is spending the month j October 21, 1934 in Cheraw, S.
I of September with relatives and
; friends In Kentucky, Ohio and West
j J. A. Monroe left Monday for a
few days in Raleigh.
1 Mr. and Mrs. R, J, Bradley, Sr.,
Mrs. Butner is the only daughter
of Mrs. Jennie Lee Hensley and the
late D, W. Hensley. She was grad,
uated from Pinehurst High School
in the class of ’34 and attended Mer»
j their son, R. J., Jr., and Mr. Brad. College last year
! ley’s mother and sister from San-
I ford w’ere visiting Mrs. Bradley’s
I brother and sister. Bill Jackson and
I Miss Kathryne Jackson, Sunday.
I Mrs. John Hogwood returned
Thursday after spending a w'eek at
Mr. Butner Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. Butner of Pinebluff. He
holds a position with the Standard
Oil Company at Aberdeen,
Mr, and Mrs. Butner are popular
members of the younger set of the
Il’DGE J. V.ANCE ROWE
at Zion’s Grove colored church, Wil.
He Wright and Charlie Hus.-;e;/, col.
orcd of the Hemp section, were be
fore the court, Wright was given 30
days on the roads and a 60- day sus.
pended sentence was put into effect,
making a total of 90 days, and Hus.
sey was given 60 days su.spended
upon payment of the costs.
Fight Ov«T Flour
A fight was responsible for bring,
ing Jonah and Elsie Allen and George
S. Jordan, white of Leaman^ into
court. According to the charges,
which resulted from Allen’s being
given plain flour when he wanted
self-rising, Jordan, who is a miller,
threw a weight at Allen and Allen
beat Jordon with his fists and a
weight, Jonah Allen was given 30
days on the roads, suspended upon
pajTnent of a fine of $10 md the
costs and Elsie Allen was found mt
guilty. A motion of non.suit was al.
lowed as to Jordon,
On drunken driving charges J. E.
Mitchell, white of Carthasje, was
given 60 days, suspended on payment
of $50 fine and costs and his arivers
license was revoked for three
months: Raymond Wicker, whits of
near Carthage, was given 90 days,
suspended upon payment of a fine
of 575 and the costs and his license
to drive was suspended for two
years, and B, S. Sides, w^ite of rear
Aberdeen, was given 90 ilays sus
pended upon payment of $75 and the
costs and he Is net to drive for six
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
PINEHURST C HUIK H MEE’TS
. her estate. Recluse, near Cape Char. ' Sandhills, and their many friends
|les, Va. I will be glad to know they will make
On September 1 a son was born ' their home In Pinehurst.
to Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Von Canon, Jr. j ——
Morris Selgle of New York was a
guest In the home of Mr, and Mrs. |
Fred Von Canon Sunday night and |
, Monday. j The Woman’s Auxiliary of the
; Mrs. Hattie L, Sinclair and her ; Pinehurst Community church held its
! grandson, Lock McLean of Laurin. septen;jber meeting on Tuesdi^y even-
burg, spent the week here with Mrs. at the church.
I Sinclair s son, Frank Silclalr. After a short business session &
I Miss Jennie Everman, who has : delightful social in honor of the boys
Ibeen a guest of her sister. Mrs, D. B, 1 and girls who will soon go away to
Smith, left to take a position in Hen-
derson the first of this month.
Hobson Tucker and his brother,
Wayne Tucker from Bennettsvllle, S.
C., went to see their parents In AL
Misses Louise and Franqis Sin.
Clair are in Rowland for a few days.
They are the guests of Mrs. W. S.
Mrs. Martin Ferguson of Southern
Pines has been visiting her sister,
Mrs, Paul Von Canon for a few days,
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph W'allace, who
were recently married in Chester, S,
C., are in their new home in the
Lecester Furr and his sister. Miss
Cannie Furr, returned to New Lon.
don after visiting in the Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Von Canon home.
Announcements have been receiv.
ed here of the marriage of Miss Mary
Virginia pruton, \daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W, Bruton of Jackson Born to Dr, and Mrs. George G.
Springs, to Gratis Ewell Stallings, ^ Herr of Southern Pines on Fridayj
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Stallings August 30th, at the Moore County
of Spring Hope on Sunday, August Hospital, a daughter, Ursula Sieger
18th In Carthage. I Herr.
college was enjoyed. Talks were
made by the Rev. A. J. McKelway
and R, E, Denny and special musi.
cal numbers were sung by Mrs. Ray_
mond Johnson, Mrs, Casper McDon
ald, and Misses Letty and Ruth Hep.
ler. They were accompanied at the
Piano by Mrs, McKelway and on the
violin by Lewis Fry.
Refreshments were served by Mrs.
Hulon Cole, chairman of social ac
tivities of the auxiliary.
■\T ST.\TE CONVENTION
The following men of the Pinehurst
Fire Department attended the Fire
men’s convention in Wilmington laf^t
week: Ellis Fields, Sr., Ellis Fields,
Jr., Travis Wicker, Albert Vena,
Bob and Leonard Barrett, Charlie
Fry, Harold Kelly, Reggie and Xiivis
HERRS H.AVE DAUGHTER
It Is the feed that rounds out the pig, makes him eat
greedily of the feed you give him from the farm surplus, puts
flesh on his bones and makes the bones to put it on.
These days are the time to put the flesh on the pigs. A few
tveeks more and they will be heading for the pork barrel!, and
you want them to go there in form to make the barrell glad to
PURINA PIG CHOW
Puts sausage on the corn cakes, Ham on the egg plate, and
bacon with the tumlp greens.
Purina In the feed room means joy In the hen house. In the
cow bam. In the pig lot, and in the horse and mule stables.
Purina is compounded for all live stock, on scientific principles,
and of wholesome and nutritious materials.
Now is the time to plant Turnips and all FaU garden stuff.
We have a fine assortment of
NcNEiLL & CONPANY
Feed and Seed Store
The Carolinas’ stoi’eliouses of valuable minerals have been almost overlooked. These
states have the largest variety of minerals in the nation. Approximately 300 species
and sub species have been identified in the Carolinas.
More thorough research to determine the extent and value of minerals is needed. Possibilities of utilization
of these products in manufacturing enterprises in the two states are almost limitless. To fafl to exploit
these opportunities permits other states to reap the major benefits from our resources.
DEVELOPiMEAT POftiSIBILITIES INCLIDE:
ibiports fnmi 2SA<I| ;Jo
The (United St^
300,000 tons ti
that Carolina the highest «wi»d«t«j>.
North Carolina hfts residual - - ^
Carolina, sedime. 4arp ^ys.
Rare alioys present a new field of expansion
for the Carolinas’ mineral industry. Many
of-these, such as nickel, b«‘rylliuni, titanium,
tungsten, molybdenum, columbium and
tantalum have not been pros»»*g*^
New uses developed during last several years
have created a greater demand for this
mineraL The Carolinas have produced mere
than half of the nation’s output for the last
Electric Porcelain and Glass:
Principal raw materials necessary for the
manufacture of these products (clays, feldspar,
kyanite and quartz or silica) are producsd in
great quantities in the Carolinas. With their
large power developments and the develop
ment of a new tjrpe of heat unit, these States
should become the center of these industries.
The CaroUiMU, Inc.
Box 60, Charlotte, (I* C.
coaeerninc CarolinM, lac, aad
of tha CmoBimh
Tho new*p«p«rs of North and South Carolina
luiT« donated the space for thii and a i«rie*
of adrertuementa which will appear for tSa
parpocc- of bringing fact* about ijie CaroSna*
before thair paopl^ that they may be battar
iaformed to the rea^urcM, hiatory *>4
indoetrial Importance of the Carolina*, aoil
that Aay may kaow how thay can aaaSst
ia Uaa broad moyeoiant to adrertiee to ilw
worid tbe adraataca* of thi* faTor»<l