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Friday, February 14, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
PINEHURST VINEYARD CO.
GETS INCORPORATION PAPERS
Concrete evidence of definite plans
for the revival of the grape industry
in the Sandhills was revealed this
week in the Incorporation with the
Secretary of State at Raleigh of The
Pinehurst Vineyard Company of Pine.
hurst, "which will make and sell all
kinds of vinous products under 1,OOU
shares of authorized capital with 30
The Incorporating directors are W.
H. Reinhart of Sandusky, Ohio; F.
W. McCluer and J. Talbot Johnson of
Aberdeen. Mr. Reinhart was interest
ed in the grape industry in this
section before prohibition days and Is
understood to plan to again start pro
duction in the old Vina Vista sec
^BrHeresS Nteht The Week in Southern Pines
I Miss Winnie Alexander of Cleve-
Postponed Concert Scheduled for l land, Ohio is the guest of Miss Dor-
G^apkc Outfims of Kidfow
ty H.Ct. MCELROY
SIR WALTER RAI>EIGlf
In 1584, with a grant of land from
Queen Elizabeth, Raleigh formed
a settlement of one hundred col
onists in Roanoke, in the new land
named Virginia. Sir Walter intro
duced tobacco to the nubles of
England. In later years tobacco
passed as legal tender in Virginia.
The oliject o four welUequipiMHi
organization is to attend to every
detail of the ceremony with polite,
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
PHONE 6161 - SOUTHERN PINES
Community Hour of Wide
Colored musicians trom the A. &
T, College cf Greensboro will give
the postponed musical program at the
Church of Wide Fellowship Commun
ity Hour at 7:45 p. m. this Sunday,
February 16. The condition of the
r.ads at Greensboro last Sunday pre
vented them from coming. There will
be no admission fee but a collection
will be taken for the student aid
othy M;ore at her home on Massa
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Ruggles ot
Kingsport. Tenn., spent the week-end
in town enroute to Florida for two
Miss Dora Menzel cf Spring Lake,
N. J., arrived Saturday to visit her
n.phew and neice, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Virginia Kane of Duke Uni
versity was the week-end guest ot
Mrs. Bion Butler and Miss Helen
fund of the college. Four of the Butler.
grcup are teachejs and 13 are stu
dents in the college which is main
tained by the state to train colored
students in agriculture and the tech
nical arts. The following is the pro-
giai'n for Sunday night:
Hymn • “America." No. 415.
Call To Worship
Mi.ss Inez Thomas arrived Sunday
from Jon sboro and will be the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. Mcllie Burgess for
Mrs. Ro.'^a E. Gardner is seriously
ill at her home <>n Connecticut ave
Klmer Whipple who has been vis-
No. 516 (People I iting his sister, Mrs. B. Weaver for
the past several weeks left Thursday
The Doxology and Prayer of Invo- ; for Troy,
cation. j Miss Huth Raymcnd left Monday
Spirituals—“My Lord, What a ' for Melbourne, Florida where .she was
Morning,” “Swing Low, Sweet Char- i called due to the illness of her sis-
ict,” “Good News.”—The Choir.
Violm Solo “Hymn A. Sainlc Cs-
cile” Gourod. Bernaul Lee Ma.son.
Spiritual.s “You’re Going to Reap
What You Sow,” "Steal Away,”
“Said He W.uld,”- Male Chorus.
Soprano Solos “.\ve Maria.”
Gounod; “Life and D.ath”—Coler-
idge-Taylor, Mrs. Julia Y. Sessoms.
ter. Mrs. Oi ville D, Ulluni.
Billie Wilson, student at State Col
lege of the U. N. C. spent the week-
n.l in .SuiUhern Pines.
Mr. and Mi."!. C. Oliver Iselin, Jr.,
of Middleburgli, V'a., were recent
rucsLs of Ml', and Mrs. .Jackscn H.
D . J. L. Buiko and Taylor Burke
supper at the Church Tuesday even
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Clark spent
Simday in Raleigh visitimg Clement
V. Wrenn, student at State College of
the U. N. C. there.
Dr. and Mrs. George Proctor re-
tuined Friday from Florida where
they have been for the past few
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Eckert have
returned from a few days trip to Flor
Ml-, and Mrs. R. N. Olmsted of
Sanford were visitors in town Tues
Miss Esther Packard who has been
in New York City for the past sev
eral months is spending some time at
her home on Ridge street.
James Boyd is heme after spending
two weeks in Florida.
Mr. aiul Mrs. Fred Sphar have re*
tiunrd to Roscoe, Pa., after spending
several weeks in Southern Pines.
T. N. Barnsdall, Miss Mildred Hat
field and Mrs. Margaret Cameron re
turned Sunday from two weeks
spent in Florida.
Mrs. J. F. Buckley has returned
from Baltimore, Maryland where she
was a patient in the John Hopkins
Hospital for a few days.
.Mrs. Marguerite Creeni cf New
York City is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Millard Tompkins at her home in
Spiritual.s “Lord, I Want to be a of Washingtcm, D. C.. have ariived Mr. and Mis. R. S. iiurant and
Christian ’’ "Study War No More,” ^ ^ mid-winter vacation. Miss Eleanor Grover motored to
“Keep Me from Sinking Down,” The > Mrs. John M. Franklin of Glen Charlotte Wednesday.
Choir. j Cove, L, I., is si)entiing some time at m,.s. \<\ k. Travis has returned to
Violin Solo — “Adoration,” Borow-1 H'e Padiiock. her home in Greensboro after hav-
ski, Bernard Lee Mason. j Mrs. Winnie J. Dodge has returned ing- been th? guest of Mr.s. G. W.
The Offertory For the Student! to Southern F’ines from a few week’s Monroe for tlie past few' days.
Aid Fund of A. & T. i WMnston-Salem. I Mrs. Colin Carler is the guest of
Spirituals, “Wade in the Water,” I W. H. Barnum left V\ ednesday for : Mf. and Mrs. A. S. Ruggles.
“Fare You Well,” “Blow’, Gabriel.”—1^ day’s trip to Florida. Mrs. Winnie Dodge left Wednesday
The Choir. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ives left Wed- f_r Wiiiston-Salem where .she will be
Benediction and moment of silent | ne.sday for a ten-day tour of Florida, the guest of her daughter. Dr. Eva
prayer. ! Miss Gertrude Proudman of New Dodge for several weeks.
! York arrived in Southern Pines Tues- i Mrs. M. Sherwin and two daught-
C.XRI) OF TH.ANKS i <Jay and has opened her home on Mas-! pfs have leased an apartment in the
A. E. Mason and family wish to
express their thanks to neighbors and
friends for the many kindnesses
shown during the illness and death
of their beloved wife and mother.
The Pilot is read by 10,000
persons each week. Regular advertis
ing would drive your message home
to these prospects.
sachusetts avenue. Ilesthavon f<jr the remainder of the
Mrs. C. M. Maze is out again after | season,
having been ccnfined to her home by ; Noel Laing returned a few days
illness for the past two weeks. ago from a mot. r trip through South
Miss Mildren Roth has returned
from seveial days’ stay in Raleigh
where she was the guest of Miss
Katie Lee Lassiter.
We have just received a new
Fulghum St. 4
Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
E. E. Boone left Monday for a bus
iness trip to New Y.rk.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Harris and
The Baptist Brotherhood of the Mrs. BilKe Caldwell Milam motored
Baptist Church enjoyed a chicken pie to Fayetteville Sunday and visited
Mrs, L. M. Daniels who is still il in
the Highsmith Hospital.
H. H. Beckwith left Monday for
II Florida to spsnd a few weeks.
Hi Mrs. Gertrude Godwin is ill at tier
III home on May stre.-'t. Her .sister, Mrt-'. r*
** I Bertha Howell i ; expected lo arrive Jjj
from Portland, Mein in a fev.’ days.
I' Ralph W. Page oi Philadelphia, Pa., ^
'spent Tuesday in Southein Pines.
I Mrs. Stanley W. Buike i as return-
I ed to her home here, “Bye O.iys,” at-
i ter a trip t3 New York.
M! Mrs. liandolph Santini of Brook-
ville, L. L, is expected at the Pad
dock on Friday, to spend a week or
R. C. Enos of Cwagj stopped over
en route to Miami to visit his moth-
I er, Mrs. Rose Knos, at the Hollywood
,MR.S. ,\. FL .MASON DIES
HEitK AT A(JE 7!) YEARS
An analysis of the seed shows the
purity is 99.14 per cent and the g'er-
mination is 98 per cent. You KNOW
you are getting the Best.
The next few weeks is planting
time to insure an early spring
PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA
Mrs. A. E. Mason passed away Sun-
i day night in Pinehurst at the home
I of her daughter, Mrs. H. E. Conant,
with whom she and Mr. Mason hail
I made their home for the past 14
years. Mrs. Mason until her illness,
had led an active and useful life in
spite of her advancing years. She wa.s
79 years old on January 8th. During
her residence here she had made
many Icyal friends who affectionately
called her “Grandma Mason.” Before
her marriage 54 years ago she was
Miss Phoebe Ann Basnight of Wash
A short funeral service was held at
her late home Monday morning by
the Rev. A. J. McKelway. Her re
mains were carried to Edenton, her
former home, where funeral services
were conducted at the Baptist
church by the pastor, the Rev. E. L.
Wells, followed by interment in the
Mrs. Mason is survived by her hus
band; one daughter, Mrs. H. E. Co
nant of Pinehurst ; three sons, C. R.
Mason and Ellis W. Mason of Eden
ton, and James A. Mason of Coving
ton, Ky., and one brother, W. R.
Basnight, of Oriental.
TO ATTEND REGIONAL
A number of teachers of the South,
ern Pines School plan to attend the
Regional Art conference for teach
ers and amateur artists at Flora
Macdonald College in Red Springs to
morrow. Southern Pines is a member
of the conference, and will sponsor a
district art contest here on April
A penalty of only one-half of one per
cent, is being charged on 1935 taxes dur
ing the month of February, but on March
1st the penalty will rise to one i)er cent,
and will increase with each succeeding
f’ay your taxes during the I'emaining
days of February and save the additional
MOORE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
RED RIPE, FlIl.I- PACK
^ No. 2 Cans 19c
MILK EVAPORATED TALL CAN 6c
PEACHES 2 23*^
sm.TANA BROKEN SLICE
PiiiEAPPLE 2 29c
IONA TENDER CRUSHED
Mild and Mellow lb
ROUND ROLLS 2
I>t‘l Fruit ^ ^
Saiaa, iNo. 2 can
Ooldrn Maid ^
Oleo, lb 17c
Also In 25 lb. Bags
SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY
p]nglish Peas, 2 lbs. 15c
Spinach, 21bs. 15c
Lettuce, large, firm, 2 for 13c
Celery, well bleached, 2 for . .. 15c
Carrots, long thin, 2 bunches 15c
Cobbler Seed Potatoes, bag $3.65