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Friday, November 29, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pine^ and Aberdeen, North CaroHia
MacN^il Design for Monument
in Madison Square is Accepted
Memorial to Late Dr. Parkhurst
of New York, Foe of Crime,
To Be Erected
Plans submitted by Herman A.
MacNeil, sculptor, of Pinebluff and
New York, for a memorial monu
ment to the late Dr. Charles H.
Parkhurst, long president of the So
ciety for the Prevention of Crime,
have been accepted, it was announced
last week in New York, and a cam
paign to raise $30,000 for the statute
is to be launched at once. The me
morial will be placed in Madison
Square, New York City.
Mr. MacNeil’a plans were accepted
by the Park Department of New
York City, and a preliminary model
of the statue and its pedestal won the
necessary approval of the Municipal
The statue, cast in bronze, eight
and a half feet high, will represent
Dr. Parkhurst preaching from his
pulpit. It will stand on an octagonal
pedestal of pink Dunn Mountain
granite, set on a bajse platform inlaid
with colored granites in a geometri
cal design. The height of the monu
ment will be fifteen feet, the diame
ter of its platform twenty-five feet.
The front of the pedestal block
will carry this inscription: “Charles
Henry Parkhurst, Preacher of Right
eousness, Militant Foe of Civic
Wrong.” The city seal will be on the
back. The south inscription will read:
"Minister of the Madison Square
F*resbyterian Church, President of
the Society for the Prevention of
Crime.” The north inscription will be:
"From the pulpit of the church across
the way he summoned his fellow
townsmen to the achieving of a no
The figure of Dr. Parkhurst will
look toward the former site of his
church, the southeast corner of Mad
ison Avenue and Twenty-fourth
Street. It was in that church, on
February 14, 1892, that Dr. Park
hurst launched the one-man crusade
which wrecked the powerful Tam
many machine of Richard Croker.
In speaking of the plajined memor
ial to Dr. Parkhurst, the memorial
“It behooves the citizens of our
city to honor him by placing a like
ness of him where the public will be
inspired. His work might easily be
forgotten. As long as bronze shall
endure and iniquity flourish, this sta
tue of Dr. Parkhurst will remind
the citizens of New York of their
personal daily responsibility for hon
Mr. MacNeil recently completed a
new studio in Pinebluff and is doing
much of his work here.
Sanatorium Patients Depend
on Benefit Bridge and Do
nations for Santa Claus
The annual Benefit Bridge party
for the Christmas Cheer Fund for
needy patients at the State Sana
torium will be held at the Nurses’
Home at Sanatorium, near Aber
deen, on Wednesday evening, De
cember 4th at 8:00 o’clock This
year there are 55 adults and 48
children among the white patients,
100 adults and 23 children among
the colored patients, and 41 pris
oners looking to this fund to see
that Santa Claus remembers them.
In addition to the receipts from
the bridge party donations to the
Chi!£tmas Cheer fund will be most
wclcome, and should be sent to
Mrs. P. P. McCain at Sanatorium,
Five in County Lose
Licenses to Drive
Convicted of Driving While In*
toxicated and Each is
Fined $50 *
The Week in Aberdeen
Miss Sallie Matthews, who bolds a
position with the WPA in Greens
boro, spent a couple of days in town
last week visiting her parents.
„ ... , „ j 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, who
Four white men and one colored ...
.. _i i.1. • j . .14 1 have spent the tobacco season in
man had their driver s license revok- .. . ^ . .
BEOS RIDE, KNOCKS OUT
AND ROBS DRIVER, CHARGED
John H. Ingram, colored of the
White Hill section, was in before the
Recorder's Court Monday to answer
charges of assault and battery and
robbery from the person of H. M.
Cox of the sum of $22.50. He was
given three montha on the roads on
the assault and battery count and
boiAid to Superior Court under bond
of $500 on the other, probable cause
According to the evidence, Ingram
asked Cox, a white man, for a ride.
He then knocked him off the wagon
and removed the money from his
pocket, it is claimed. Ingram gave
notice of appeal to Superior court
from conviction of assault and bat
Miss Margaret McLeod of Flora
Macdonald College spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mis.
W. M. McLeod.
ed for ninety days in Recorder’s
Court Monday upon conviction of
driving while intoxicated. They were
given 30-day sentences, suspended
upon payment of fines of $50 each
and the costs. Those drawing these
sentences were Jack Black of the
Eastwood section, Edward Palmer of
the Aberdeen community, Baxter
Maness of near Hemp, Dr. W. N. Mc
Duffie of Hemp and Otis Martin, col
Kirk Scott, colored of Aberdeen,
charged with firing a pistol "hot
through Emma Kendrick’s window
while she was in her house, was giv
en six months on the roads and he
gave notice of appeal to the higher
court. Bond was fixed at $200.
Herbert and Bill Horton, colored of
Aberdeen, were in court to answet
charges of assault with a deadly wea
pon, Paul Malloy charging that Her
bert drew a one-half gallon fruit jar
on him and that Bill threw a brick.
Herbert was found not guilty and
Bill was given a 30-day suspended
B. C. Hinshaw, white, pleaded nolo
contendere to a charge of careless
and reckless driving. His 60-day
Aberdeen are returning to their home
in Clarksville, Tenn., this week.
Miss Mildred Osborne, a former
member of the Aberdeen school fac
ulty, now teaching at Candor, spent
the week-end with Mrs. G. A. Char
Miss Lillian Barber is convalesc
ing nicely following a tonsil opera
tion last Saturday in Fayetteville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart at
tended the quarterly musical recitai
at Flora McDonald College Monday
night, in which their daughter, Miss
Lena Stewart took part.
Mrs. John H. McQueen, who has
been in Pittman Hospital, Fayette
ville came home last Saturday.
Colin C. Bethune, U. S. N., now . birthday.
Leod spent last Sunday in Albemarle
where they visited Miss Sarah Belle
H. W. Doub was called to Tobacco-
ville this week on account of serious
illness of his father.
Jack Taylor and his family are mo
toring to Fort Valley, Ga., this week
for the Thanksgiving holidays, where
Mr. Taylor will act as best man in
his brother’s marriage on that day.
Mrs. G. C. Seymour has returned
from a week’s visit to her mother
Haney Harris has been appointed
Deputy Game and Fire Warden un
der Alex Fields, for this district.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Keith an
nounce the arrival of a son last Fri
day, November 22nd, at their home
Miss Roberta Zimmerman -enter
tained at a dinner and theatre party
Monday evening celebrating her I4th
Miss Bernice Blue, who has visited
relatives in West End for the past j jggntence "was to be suspended upon
week, returned to her home Sunday, j payment of a fine of $25 and the
Mr. and Mrs. Hervly B. Horne of j costs.
Hemp visited relatives in this sec
Miss Velma Carpenter, member of
the Farm^ Life school faculty, and
Misses Helen and Mavis McLendon
and Elaine Prichard, and June Mc-
attached to the Destroyer, U. S. S.
MacDonough, at the Navy Yard, Bos
ton, Mass., is visiting his parents.
Mrs. Maud Wilkins left Wednes
day to spend the Thanksgiving holi
days in Petersburg, Va.
Miss Blanche Sturtivant spent the
past week-end visiting friends in
Craig Johnson, who has been sta
tioned at the C. C. C. Camp No. 411
at Smokemont, is being transferred
this week to Post No. 5 near South
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Windham mo
tored to Richmond, Va., this week to
spend Thanksgiving with relatives
and on their return will be accom-
WHAT SHALL WE EAT?
Miss Mary E. Thomas, Nutirtion
Specialist, will give a demonstration
on “What Shall We Eat” in the of
fice of the home demonstration .
Caskill, Ben Arnette and Kubert Me-1 ^gent in Carthage on December 2nd ing relatives.
Leod witnessed the play at West | ^ .^q o’clock in the afternoon. Misses Edna Maurer and Lois Me
End Friday night sponsored by the j
Eagle Springs school faculty.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Fields and Al-
lie Mae and Edith Blue were shop
ping in Raleigh last week.
Mr and Mrs. R. S. Bogar were
luncheon guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McDonald of Carthage.
Mrs. Nettie McRae has been spend
ing some time with relatives near
Mrs. Furman McCaskill is in the
Moore County Hospital receiving
treatment and her many friends wish
for her a speedy recovery.
Miss Lucile McLeod, teacher in
West End School, visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin McLeod on Sat
Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and child
ren have joined Mr. Ferguson, who
is with the CCC at Southport.
Several from this section attended
the funeral of Mrs. <Mag Thomas of
Sanford Route 3 Monday at Eu
phronia Church. Mrs. Thomas was a
sister of Mrs. Nannie McCaskill and
Mrs. Nettie McRae of this section.
The Parent-Teachers As.sociation
gave a benefit card party at the
home of Mrs. J. R. Page last Friday
evening. There were 22 tables in
play. A prize was given to the one
making the highest score at each ta
ble, these prizes being donated by
merchants of the town and friends
of the association. About $25.00 was
made which will go towards the
maintenance of the hot lunch room in
the Grammar School. The Associa
tion wishes to gratefully thank all
those who so generously helped in
making the party a success.
Mrs. W. L. Poole and Mrs. Thom
as Sinclair of i^aeford entertained
last Friday evening Mrs. William
honoree, those attending from Aberw
deen were Mrs. E. B. Maynard and
Miss Edna Maurer.
The Ladies of the Baptist Church
gave Mrs. James Land, who former-
I ly was Miss Sarah Hendricks of Ham-
j let, a surprise shower at her home
last Friday evening.
! Little Miss Beckie Edge gave A
I delightful party Tue*day afternooa at
her home, it being the occasion of her
The Rev. Bunn Olive, a returned
j Missionary from China preached* at
the Baptist Church here last Sunday
evening. Mr. Olive is spending some
j time in this vicinity visiting relatives
I while on furlough, and afterwards
I he will return to China under the
I Foreign Mission Board of the South-
I ern Baptist Church.
I The Annual Union Thanksgiving,
Service will be held at the Metho-
j dist Church Thursday morning at 8
o’clock. Rev. E. M. Harris will preach.
Offerings will be received for or
phans at this service.
The Men-of-the-Cnurch will hold
their monthly meeting on Friday eve
ning of this week. Supper will t>«
served at 7 o’clock. Every man bring
TEN ON HONOR ROLL IN
SOUTHERN PINES HIGH
panied by Mrs. Windham’s mother, Maurer, of Aberdeen, who until re-
who w’ill spend the winter with them, cently was Miss Thelma McKeithen
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Maynard of Raeford, at a delightful dinner
spent last Sunday in Durham visit- party, followed by bridge and a mis
cellaneous shower at the home of
Mrs. Poole in Raeford. Besides the'
Ten students of the Southern Pines
High School made the honor roll for
the first quarter’s work. This means
that these students have averaged
above 90 in all their subjects for the
first term. These students are: Sen
ior class, Mary Jane Woodward and
Ruth Thomp^n; Junior class; Mildred
Powell, Edythe Smith, Joyce Twom-
bley and J. D. Sitterson; Sophomore
class, Edward Prizer and Jamea
Ritchie: Freshman class, Sara Jane
Barnum and Louise Blue.
Melvin’s is the store for you to shop
HOME AGENTS’ CONFERENCE
Mrs. Estelle T. Smith, District
Home Demonstration l^gent, con
ducted a district home demonstra
tion agents’ conference in Carthage
in Friday with the following home
agents in attendance: Miss Julia Mc-
Iver, State Specialist; Miss Cornelia
Simpson, Lee county; Miss Martha
McKinnon, Jtfontgomery county;
Miss Martha McKinnon, Montgom
ery county; Mrs. Anna Lea Harris,
Richmond county and ' Miss Flora
McDonald, Moore county.
Have you ever visited the Oirb
Market in Southern Pines on Sat
Heads** you low — tails’ you
lose, too. ’'Heads and tails’’ are
the firet and last of the "run
when gin ia being distilled. Gin
excellence demands their extrac
tion. Burnett’s White Satin Gins
nevec contain the heads and tails
a good reason to name your
gin, to enjoy the best.
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