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THE PILOT. Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Caroltna
Basketball Tourney to
‘Open on February 27
Pairings Announced for County
Championship To Be Played
Pairings have been drawn for the
coming Mcore County basketball
tournament, and plans are under way
for what promises to be the most
successful one in the county’s history.
The Pinehurst gymnasium has been
Friday, February 21, 1936
Plan Short Wave Radio System
in State to Cut Forest Fire Loss
If Experiments Successful, Sou-'
thern Pines Obsrvation Tower
Will be Equipped
If experiments now being made by
the State Department of Conserva
tion and Development are successful,
the near future will see the observa
tion tower near Mount Hope Ceme-
Here March 1st
selected for the scene of action, and tery in Southern Pines equipped with
the dates set for February 27, 28,' short wave radio sending and receiv-
March 2. and 3. | ing set,
Thursday afternoon at 4:00 p. m. | Definit? steps have been taken to
the lassies from Southern Pines and j establish a short wave radio system
Carthage will square off in the op- ; throughout the state that heavy for-
ening tiff of the tournament. At 5:00
the Pinehurst quintet will take on
Farm Life, a dark horse in the race.
Thursday night the Vass boys and
Southern Pines will tingle to end ac
tivities for the first day. The lollow-
ing afternoon, Friday, will find the
Carthage and Cameron lads seeing ac
tion. after which the Elise and Vass
girls will take the court.
The first round of the tourney will j
be completed Friday night with the i
Cameron-Farm Life girls' fray, which ^
will follow the boys’ game between
West End and Elise.
Semi-finals will be played Monday,
March 2. starting at 4 p. m. in the
afternoon and ending with the 9:00
o’clock game. The final rou.ad is set
for Tuesday night ,the girls’ [fame
starting at 8:00 p. m. and the buys’ at
9:00. With these games the fireworks
will be concluded until n.xt year and
the new champion crowned.
The price of admission viH be 25
cents to everyone.
est fire losses may be curbed.
For almost 10 months the Depart
ment of Conservation and Develop
ment has been experimenting with
short wave radio in the Pasquotank
county section of the state.
Within another year the State
hopes to establish the short wave ra-
i dio system in operation throughout
"Experiments carried on at Wil
mington have proved more than sat
isfactory,” said W. C. McCormick,
assistant State forester in charge of
forest fire control. i
I Experiments carried on at the Wac-
' camaw forest tower at Wanonish
1 with radio as a means of checking;
I devastation of North Carolina forests'
I by fire were the first ones in the |
However, the United States For-
Rev. J. Fred Stimson, Pastor.
7 :ftO—B. Y. P. U. Service.
Ti*urpday, 7 :S0 p. m.—Prayer meetinff and
The Church of Wide Fellowship
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D.» Pftstor.
11 :00 a. m.—Morning worship.
4:00 p. m. — Junior Chrintian Endeavor
6 :30 p. m.—Intermediate C. E.
7;4f> p m.—The Community Hour.
Wednesday, 7:80 p. m.—Mid-Week meeting.
Wednesday—7:30 p. m.—ClMir Rehearsal.
New Hampshire Ave.. near A»he St.
Services are held every Sunday at 11:00
Church Reading Room open Wednesdays
from 3;00 to 5:00 p. m.
Evening meetings first and third Wednes
day each month.
UaBH will b« offered every Sunday at 8:00 Sunday Hasgei) at 6:80 a. m., 8:S0 a. n..
and 10:80. | ,nd 10:!}0 a. m.
^votions every Suntiay evenins at 7:80. j Week-day Masses at 8:00 a. m.
Confessions wiii be heard on Saturdays from j
4:30 to 6:30 and from 7:80 to 8:80. ; MANLY
Mass will be offered every weelc-day at 7 :S0. Presbyterian Church
Instruction class will be held for grammar : Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Young Peo-
srhool children on Sunday at 11:80. and for pUg nteetins at 7:00 p. m. Preachine second
High School pupils on Saturday at 10:00. • Sunday night at 7:80. Fourth Sunday morn-
■ . ing at 11 :00 o'clock.
Abtidten Baptist Church
Rev. Ernest M. Harris. Pastor.
Sunday School every Sunday morning at ‘
10:00 a. m. J. A. Bryant, Superintendent.
Preaching and Worship Service each second |
and fourth Sundays at 11:00 a m. and 7:45
p. m. H. Y. F. II. every Sunday at 6:80 p. '
m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7:45
The Little Symphony of the Uni-
I versity of Michigan will appear on
j the Community Hour program March
11st at the Church of Wide Fellowship.
, The leader, Thor Johnson, who con-
’ ducted so successful a concert tcur
last winter, will direct the concert
I here. The Little Symphony is now on
i tour throughout the South. The full
‘ program will be printed in next
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Kov. F. Craighill Hrown, li. A., H. D., Rector.
Sunday Services—The first Sunday in the
month. Church School 9 :S0 a. m.; Holy Com
munion and sermon 11:00 a. m.
Other Sundays, Holy Communion, 8:00 a.
m.; Church School, a :S0 a. m.; Morning
Prayer and sermon 11 a. m.
Saint's Days Service, Holy Communion,
10:00 a. m.
Bethrsda Presbyterian Church
Rev. E. L. Karber, Pastor.
Services cach Sundny morning at 11:15:
Survices each Sunday evening at 7:30. Pray- fifst and third Sundays,
er meeting services Wedne^ay evening
Rev. Clyde O. Newell, H. A., B. D.
9:45 a. m.—Church School.
11:00 a. m.—Preaching Service.
6:30 p. m.—Epworth League, Junior.
7:30—Epworth Leutue. Young People.
Deep Creek Baptist Church
Myron M. Adams, Minister. O'der of Services
Sunday School at 10:15 a. m. every Lord’s
Preaching services at 11 o'clock a. m., the
Page Memorial M. E. Charch
Rev. L. M, Hall, Pastor.
First Sunday—Preaching 7:80 p. m.
Second Sunday—Prearhing 11:00 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7:80 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m.
7:30 p. m.
Sunday Sch(M>l every Sunday at 9:45 a. m
BIRTHDAY AT CIVIC CLUB
Presbyterian Mission*^Civic Club
Rev. E. L. iiarber,
Rev. Marcus Rrownson, D. D.,
Adult Bible Class.
4:80 p. m.—Vettper Service.
teacher of ^
St. Anthony's CaihoHc Church
Rev. Thomas A. Williams. Pastor
(Continued from page 1)
the Civic Club, on Friday February
28th. The ladies of the club have di
vided iiito pairs to give parties or by
other means to raise a given sum of
money toward club expenses, and on
this day, Mrs. W. E. McCord and Mrs.
Earnest Morrell will set forth such
I an interesting array of foods that
I you will find it more to your own in-
and terest than a benefit to the club to
! be one of the early ones to attend the
7:16 p. m.—Young Peoples’ Worship I r\ .
8:00 p. m.—Evening Worship. I Sale. uunKg the afternoon home
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-week worship. | made ice Cream and tea and cake
will be served at a reasonable price.
The Village Chapel
Rev. Thaddeufl A. Cheatham, D. D,
9:00 n. m.—Holy Communion.
10:00 a. m.—Children’s Service.
11 :00 a. m.—Church Service.
Rev. A. J. McKelway, Pastor.
9:45 a. m.—Sunday: Church School
11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship.
Roman Catholic Church
Rev. W. J. Dillon, Pastor
Seven Local Horses
in Camden Races
Xoel Laing and Wallach to Hide on
Saturday in Washington
With seven horses from Southern
Pines running in the Washington
Birthday races at Camden, S. C., Sat
urday a lar^'e number of Sandhillians
plan to drive down for the meet.
Noel Laing will ride in four races and
Richard Wallach in one or two.
Laing and Wallach are leaving to
day for Camden with the following
horses which have been wintering
A. M, Hirsh's Crystal Dawn; Mrs.
Marion duPont Somerville's Manna
Blue, Laing's Navarino, Anderson
Fowler’s File Away, Carleton Palm
er’s Ghost Dancer, Miss Page Lewis’
Spartan Lad and Col. Frederick S.
Greene's Drill Master.
est service has bc'en experimenting | P r cent decrease in burned acreage,
for some tim with radio as a means “In my opinion this is the greatest
of forest fire contrcl, McCormick step that possibly can be taken by
said. t^he state in an effort to check de-
Equip Warden’s Cars vastation of forests by fire. I am
Radio sets will be installed in pleas:d with the experimental results
the mountains and in the lowlands, sure that through the use of
the forester said. A central point will »'adio in combating forest fires the
be selected in each district and a state will be saved a large sum of
sending and receiving outfit will be money.”
set up. A similar set will be install
ed in each county fire warden's au
Practical benefits tmm the use of i
radio in forest fire control. McCor-1
mick believes, will come through
“These sets are unlike the police I getting fire fighters onto fires more i
radio sets,” McCormick pointed out.; quickly. j
“The ones we plan to us? can be! '
used for sending and receiving- a BKIIXiE IWKTV OX MOND.VV |
two-way means of communication,” | !
The Pilot is read by 10,000
persons each week. Regular advertis
ing would drive yoiy message home
to these prospects.
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McCormick was asked if there will j The usual Tuesday evening bridge I
be a decrease in forest fires when party at the Highland Pines Inn hasii
the system i.<! installed. i been moved fonvard to Monday night j
“There’ll be just as many fires,” he 1 that it may not interfere with the |
said, "but there will be about a sojchambr of Commerce banquet. j
Mr, and Mrs. Ashley Haywood and Cameron Wednesday evening,
children of Candcr were guests Sun- E. B. Keith arrived Tuesday to
day of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson, spend several days with his family.
E, S, Webb of Raleigh spent thej C. T, Crocker went north Tuesday
past week-end in town, night for a short visit,
Mr, and Mrs, H. C. Lagefblade and A. E, ‘Mason has gone to Edenton
Mr, and Mrs, C. B, Beckwith of Bris-1 where he will spend some tilme with
tol. Conn,, are at the Pine Crest Inn his sons, C. R. Mason and Ellis W.
for several weeks golfing vacation. Mason,
Mr, Lagerblade is vice president ot Miss Sara Cobb had her parents,
the Horton Manufacturing Company, Mr, and Mrs, Cobb of Parkton as
Peter Haskins of New York City guests at the Teacher’s Club Thurs-
was the week-end guest of Miss Polly day.
Lovering at the home of her parents Mrs, Hurst Vincent Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs, Richard Lovering, her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wood-
George Howard of Halifax, Nova. ard have gone to Palm Beach to
' Scotia, has arrived and is occupying spend a month.
his home. Mrs. Ralph Sutton and Mrs. Frank
Harry Hogg was host at dinner DuPont spent Tuesday in Raleigh.
Monday evening at the Village Col. George P. Hawes returned
Court Grill for Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Wednesday from Palm Beach where
W. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ga- he spent a few days,
mache and Miss Irene Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Splane of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Sally announce Detroit. Mioh., have arrived and are
the birth of a son at the Moore Coun- occupying the cottage of Mrs. J. G.
ty Hospital, Monday, February 17th, Splane, who will join them later,
Mr, and Mrs, W, C. Fownes, Jr., Miss Jane Ervin, president of the
and Mr. and Mrs. H, J, Blue have re- Woman's Exchange, was hostess to
turned from a two weeks’ trip the thirty members who met at the
through Florida, ^ Berkshire last Friday afternoon for
Dr. and Mrs, J. W’, Weed of Ches- the regular monthly meeting, Fol.
ter. Pa., who were here earlier in lowing the business session tea was
the seasion have returned and opened served,
their home "Ideal.” Mrs, Harry Hogg has returned
Mr. and Mrs, E. B, Keith were din- from New York where she spent the
nrr guests of Mr, and Mrs, Gordon i past week.
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We can make sure that your Car is not going to cause
any accident. Our Expert Mechanics will see to that if
you will let them go over it regularly.
That will eliminate ONE FACTOR in motoring risk—
and a mighty important one.
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NIontHs to F^ay
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