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THE PILOT, Southern Pineo and Aberdeen, North CaroHiw
Friday, April 10, 193ff,
Wiedersheim to Build \County TolGet $3,900 Aid For
Near Hi^and Pines Regular PubUc Health Program
Acquires I’roperfy For Residence
from E. W. Reinecke.—V. P,
Clark in New Location
Commissionersi Approve Budget
Item of $900 to Qualify for
State and Federal Funds
Two important Southern Pines real
estate transactions, one in the busi-
nesa section, one residential, were an
nounced this week.
R«v. J. Stim»on. Pastor.
7 :#0—H. Y. P. IT. Service.
Thursday, 7 ;30 p. m.—Prayer mwtinjr and
The Thorch of Wide Fellowahip
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D., Pi
11:00 a. m.— Morninit worship.
6:30 P. m.—Intermediate C. E.
7:45 p m.—The Community Hour.
Wednesday, 7:20 p. m.—Mid-Week meetinu.
Wednesday, t;15 p. m.—Choir Rehearski.
New Hampshire Ave., near Ashe St.
Services are held every Sunday at 11:00
I A group of women headed by Mrs.
i Wilbur H. Currie and Mrs. A. P.
I Thompson representing several coun-
E. W, Reinecke, contractor, starts ■ ty groups presented resolutions to the
ugxt week construction of a residence ^ Board of County Commissioners at
for Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wiedersheim j its meeting Monday recommending
of Philadelphia on the 90 by 20 feet j that the appropriation for public
lot on Highland Road, between Miss health work in the county be increas-
Catherine Pierson’s log cabin and the ^ ed by $900 to make available for the
Highland Pines Inn which they re- I county extra funds from the State
cently acquired from Mr. Reinecke. J and Federal governments in the
The house, a North Carolina type amount of $3,900 for a complete pub-
frame bungalow, will face Highland ' lie health program for the county.
Read. The plans call for a living ' Mayor H. L. McGraw presented simi-
room, kitchen, three bedrooms and lar resolutions from the County Board
three baths, with garage and ser-! of Health and Dr. R. E. Fox of the
vants- quarters adjoining. The resi-j State Board of Health addressed the , oViock,^^ Wednesday,
dence is to be completed by Augrust group on the need for a complete pub- jfrom 3:00 to D;oo f. m.
1st. > iJiC health program. ^la^each''m"inlh"‘"* ^ednes-
Mr. Weidersheim is vice-president The board went on record as fav- |
cf the Ketterlinus Lithographing oring the including of $900 additional | e "b “a‘'"7 d , Rector,
company of Philadelphia, and both in the July budget - order to secure ;
be and his wife have been coming this g'overnment appropriation which . Church schot)i 9:30 a. m.-, Holy Com-
„ Mrs Wider- will enable the county to have the“I'd • a .
here for many winters, mis. l other Sundays. Holy Communion, p:00 a.
; ^ —^ « Church School. 9:30 a. m.; Morning
er and sermon 11 a. m.
Saint’s Day# Service, Holy Communion,
idencT on* Ridge street. They were carried out. Dr. Symington will be io:oo a. m.
^ests at the Highland Lodge this: relieved of the medical practice, p„,Hyteri.n Mi..i.n-Civic ciub
'Vir.rrpi is to landscape among the county poor in order that i Rev. F.. L. Barber.
season. Ernest Morrel IS lO mnuov y o . v, ' 9:45—Sunday Schw.l.
r^rooertv cn completion of the i he may devote his entire time to the | r^v. Marcus Urown«,n. n. D.. teacher of
tne p p O' I preventive work, and the practice that' Adult nibie class.
^°i^nwntown Virgil P. Clark this! he has been handling will be taken g,. Anthon^^-s Catholic Church
■ ’ 1 rvianasrpment Of the I Care of otherwise. It is felt that this Kcv. Thomas a. Williams, Pastor
week acquired managemem l , Mass will be offered every Sunday at S':00
, i i etatinn and earage ' health program which is planned to and i0:30.
StandardOllflhngstatlonanO garag p 6 ^ ^reat for- Sunday evening at 7:30.
at the corner of West Broad street P g ConfeHsions will be heard on Saturdays from
^ ... o nnd is mov- w'ard step for the county and those 4:3o to :Ho and from 7:30 to «:30.
and Connecticut avenue, ana is JHuv , Mass »i!l be offere<i every week-day at 7:30.
inz his garage equipment and per-^ who believe that “an ounce of pre-
soLel to the new location this week. | vention is worth a pound of cure”
Lrdcn Brown is to occupy the build- | will consider the county s investment
Se on East Broad street vacated by of $900 to secure this appropriation
M?. Clark, continuing his garage bus-; of J3,900 forjhe health of its citi-
s. p. Chamber of Commerce
Passes Resolution Lauding
The Chamber of Commerce at its
directors* meeting on Tuesday
passed a resolution of congratula
tion to members of the Southern
Pines High School glee and musi
cal clubs and the dramatic club
for again this year winning State
championships. It was voted to ex
press the appreciation of the
Chamber in concrete form by the
presentation of prizes in some form
to all the clubs who sa successful
ly represented Southern Pines in
the State contests.
here lor many
lister of Mrs. Marion Gay- . services of an additional nurse and a ; (
!ey, former owner of the Wicker res- sanitary inspector. If this plan is
Instruction class will be held for jrrammar
school children on Sunday at 11:30, and for
HiRh School pupiU on Saturday at 10:00.
zens a wise one.
>IRS. HAFER’S PI PILS
IN PLAXO RECITAL
MI.SS DEK HER TO SING AT
SUNDAY’S (OMMINITY HOVK
The Villace Chapel
Thaddeus A. Cheatham, D. D., Minister
9:0« a. n*.—Holy Communion.
10:00 a. m.—Children’s Service,
n ;00 a. m.—Church Service.
Mrs. Claud Hafer’s piano class gave
a most enjoyable recital Friday even
ing at the home of Mrs. George C.
Moore. The spacious rooms decorat-
Rev. A. J. McKelway, Pastor,
i 9:45 a. m.—Sunday: Church School and
The Community Hour this Sunday Sandhills Brotherhot>d.
„ . . ^ 11:CK> a. m.—Morninjr Worship.
at . .40 p. m. at the Church of Wide 7;15 p. m.—Youni; Pei^ples’ Worship
8:00 p. m.—Evening Worship.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-week worship.
Roman Catholic Church
Rev. W. J. Dillon, Pastor
Sunday Masses at 6:30 a. m., 8:30
and 10:30 a. m.
Week*day Masses at 8:00 a. m.
Fellowship, will have as its chief fea
ture a song recital by Miss Valerie
T"‘^th“yr*inr7lowers provided Deucher, with soprani solos appro-
cLming place for a musical. Par-; Priate for Easter.
«nts and friends listened with inter- ! Miss Deucher. the principal of the
est and pleasure to the young peo- Southern Pines School for Girls, has
, I sung with signal success in the larg-
^The^puSfs on the program were ‘ est cities of America and France. The
T T oo Hart Joan Sil- P^^'is edition of the New York Her-
Jane Moore, Lina Lee iiart, joau on
ver Davis Greeson, Dorcthy Phillips, .^Id says of her; Miss Deucher poss-
•Mai^ O’Callaehan Catherine Prizer, l osses real histronic talent. Her eight- L u. y. p. u. every Sunday at 6:30 p
Jane Mann Edward Prizer, Gladys ®enth century selections were given Prayer meetins every Wednesday at 7:45
Snipes of Southern Pines, and Ruth with a grace and lightness truly vo- ’
Page. Teensie Shamburger, Louise native of the period.” The Utica (N.
Martin Kathryn Page. Gloria Medlin, i Y-) Da,iy Press says: "Miss Deucher's
Marv Margaret Burney, Helen Capps, qualifications as a concert singer are
Joan Chester and Rebecca Doub of of the highest type. Endowed with
I broad experience received in her Par-
Aberdeen. I. . . , , ,
, isian study and her appearances in
DK. SYMINGTON TO ADDRESS | foreign concerts she should soon rank
* MISSION.A.RY SOCIETY ! among the foremost sopranos in this
On Thursday cf next week the 1 Her accompanist Sunday night is
women’s Missionary Society of the j Mr^ Norris L. Hodgkins
Church of Wide Fellowship will hold , ^he recital will be interspersed
its regular meeting when Dr. J. pith Easter hymns sung by the con-
Svmington of Carthage will relate gregation. This is a community serv-
some of his experiences as a medical and all are invited to share in this
missionary in India. A short business | Easter Song Service,
program will include election of of- i
"leer, tor the ensuine year. The meet- HOSPITAL MAKES CHAPIN
Ing will be at the home of Dr. and | ITS HO.NORARV PRESIDENT
Mrs. Prizer on April 16 at 3:00 |
o’clock. Both residents and visitors in ! (Continued from page 1)
Southern Pines are cordially invited Jr., Quenton Reynolds, G. C. Seymour,
tff hear Dr. Symington.
Aberdeen Baptist Church |
Rev. Krnest M. Harris, Pastor. |
Sunday School every Sunday morning »t !
10:00 a. m. J. A. Bryant, Superintendent.
Miss Deucher poss- 1 Preaching and Worship Service each second!
« and fourth Sundays at 11:00 a m. and 7;45 ,
Bethesds Preshy^rian Church
Rev. E. L. Barber, Pastor.
Services each Sunday morning at 11:15:
Services each Sunday evening at 7:30. Pray-
er meeting services Wednesday evening Ai
Page Memorial M. E. Church
Rev. L. M. Hall, Pastor.
First Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Second Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7 :80 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at 9:45 a. m.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Young Peo*
plea meeting at 7:00 p. m. Preaching second
Sunday night at 7 :30. Fourth Sunday morn
ing at 11 :00 o'clock.
Rev. Clyde O. Newell, B. 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 League. Young People.
Have Narrow Escape in
Church Falls in as Pastor’s Fam
ily is SeekinK Refuge in
The cyclone which devastated the
cities of Gainesville, Ga., and Tupelo,
Ga., early this week was brought home
to two families in Aberdeen, the Rsv.
E. L. Barbers and the Angus McDon
Mr. Barber’s brother-in-law', the
Rev. Marshall Dendy is pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church in
Gainesville .He was in his home near
the church when he heard the cy
clone approaching. Seizing his wife
and child he rushed from the house
and into ths basement of the church.
They had no sooner slammed the door
leading to the basement behind them
when the blow struck in all its force,
and they h;ard the edifice tumbling
down abave them. Though the church
was almost completely destroyed, they
were unharmed, but the house which
they had fled in quest of shelter was
destroyed, leaving th:m homeless. Mr.
Barber had no word of them for two
days after the stonn due to impair
ment of communications facilities and
was greatly relieved to hear of their
safety on Wednesday. Mr. Barber
had planned to occupy the Gainesville
pulpit during his brother’s vacation
period this summer. Mr. Dendy has
preached in Aberdeen,
Mrs. Angus McDonald’s family re- i
sides in Tupelo, Miss., whare more
than 100 were killed when the cyclone
struck there. They escaped, the Mc
Donalds learned during the week.
PINEHURST DOG SHOW AT
REED ESTATE SATURDAY
Tw'o hundred and thirty-eight dogs
of 35 breeds entered from 21 states
will be judged in the various classes
in the fourth annual show of the location by the Duke Endowment of
Pinehurst Kennel Club on the estate ^ $6,010 toward the support of charity
U. L. Spence, D. G .Stutz and Rich
Plans w'ere completed by the board
for starting construction of the new
wing withing the next few weeks,
cortracts for wnira have been sign
Announcement was made of the al-
DAM.AGE TO PE.ACH CROP
Varied estimates of the damage
done the Sandhills peach crop by last
Friday’s freeze have been made, rang
ing from five percent in some or
chards to 90 percent in others. The j
most seriously affected are said to !
be those in the Hoffman-Marston '
section. The Pinehurst Peach Com
pany near Pinehurst also reports a I
heavy loss. The orchards in the West '
End-Jackson Springs section were the
least damaged. The Boyd orchard here
suffered about a 20 per cent loss.
of Verner Z. Reed, jr., on Saturday.
Everything from the little Pomeran
ian to the great St. Bernard will ap
pear in this event held under the
auspices of the
patients in the local institution dur
ing the past year. Duke contributes
one dollar per day per patient for
the non-paying patients, so that the
American Kennel sum represents 6,010 free patient
days during the past year.
This year the Pinehurst show is for j The Duke Endowment trustees ap-
the benefit of the Moore County Hos- propriated $962,49 to 103 hospitals
I , J 1, orphans homes at their meet-
— I ing in Charlotte last week, bringing
PICQUET DELEG.4TE TO j to $10,586,387 the sum allotted hos-
KI\V.\NIS COT'TVENTION j pitals and orphanages in the two Car-
olinas since the establishments of the
Charles W. Picquet w'lS elected of- j endowment in 1924.
ficial delegate of the Kiwanis Club of j
Aberdeen to the International conven- ^ TELLS KIW.4NIS OF FLOOD
tion in Washington in June at Oie j CONDITIONS IN HARTFORD
club's meeting held Wednesday in the j
Aberdeen Community House. Alter-1 Dr. O. L. Beach, a member of the
nates are the Rev. J. Fred Stimson | Kiwanis Club of Hartford, Conn., told
and Willard Dunlop. local Kiwanians at their Wednesday
Ralph Chandler announced at the [ meeting of the recent floods in Hart-
meeting that a radio “trouble car’
■would be in Southern Pines within a
few days to attempt to locate troubles
causing static here.
TO PREACH AT MANLY
The Rev. C. I. Calcote, new pastor
of the Vass and Manly group of
churches, will preach Easter Sunday
night at 7:45 o’clock at the Manly
Presbyterian Church. The singing of
old Gospel hymns will be a feature of
ford and vicinity, painting a vivid
picture of the devastating conditions
following the rise to overflowing of
the Connecticut River. One sidelight
mentioned which reflects the general
condition was, that guests in Hart
ford’s leading hotel, on departing, had
to descend the» stairs half way from
the second floor, climb into rowboats
In which they were rowed out of the
hotel to the railroad station. The loss
in Hartford he estimated at nearly
$20,000,000. Only three lost their lives.
Mr. Stimson will preach on “To |
Meet the Resurrected Lord’’ on Eas
ter morning in the Southern Pines |
Baptist Church. In the evening his
subject will be: “Immortality Brought
to Light.’’ I
“Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?” I
will be the subject of the lesson-ser-1
mon at the Christian Science Church ;
on Sunday morning. ]
The Rev. Ernest Barber of the ^
newly organized Southern Pines
Presbyterian Church will preach Sun
day morning at 11:00 at the Civic
At the Church of Wide Fellowship, |
the pastor. Dr, Rajmiond, will preach '
on “Eternal Life’’ and there will be j
special Easter music by the choir at,
Sunday morning worship at 11 o’clock.
At the Community Hour at 7:45 p.
m. there will be an Easter Song ser- j
vice with a song recital by Miss Va
leria Deucher, soprano soloist.
Winners at the Thistle Club bridge
last Saturday were Mrs. Elizabeth'
Davis. Mrs. Morrel, Mrs. Wiley, Mrs.
C. L. W’arner, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs.
Spring and Mrs. Spaeth.
V H.G-. MtELROY
IH Mother, most hospitals now
protect their babies against
germs and skin-infection by
rubbing Mennen Antiseptic Oil
all over the baby’s body—every
day. This keeps the baby’s
sldn smoother, softer, lovelier
and SAFER. mother, do as
hospitals do, as doctors recom
mend. Giveyour babyasafety-
rub with Mennen Antiseptic
Oil daily thruout his diaper-
days. See your druggist.
MENNEN Anh'septic OIL
This home, located in Montpelier,
was, at one time, in danger of be
ing taken by an invading army.
As Mrs. Madison was escaping she
snatched up a portrait of Wash
ington which now hangs in the
Blue Room of the White House,
The immediate assumption of all
responsibilities by an experienced
und c,ourteou.4 staff is the result,
if the service is placed in our
24 HOUR AMBUL<i^NCE SERVICE
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SI.ICED OR I'SSLICED
PULLMAN LOAF 7c
SI.U'El) OK INSUCEO
ROUND ROLLS 2-8°
CHEESE 2 Pounds 35c
COFFEE Rich & Full Bodied lb. 20c
ANGEI.IS OR KEt'lI'E—In Cellophane
Marshmallows 2 < «>29°
SOUPS With Exceptions ^ Cans 25°
JEWEL 2 Pounds 25c
NUCOA Pound 20c
C AMI'BELL'S TO.MATO
SOUP 3 oms 20c
Egg Dye, pkg.
Egg Dye, pkg.
Soap, 3 bars ..
OLD FASHION GINUEH
Snaps, pkg. .,. 19c
Tissue, 4 rolls 17c
Candies, 3 for 10c
STALEY’S BLl'E LABEL
Syrup, No. 5 can 33c
Asparagus, fresh South Carolina 35c
STRAWBERRIES, Florida, pt lOc
Bananas, 5 lbs. 27c
Lettuce, iceberg lOc
Oranges, half box - $1.60
Cole slaw, lb - 19c
Potato Salad, lb. 19c
Baked Ham, lb. — - 09c
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