North Carolina Newspapers

    Friday, AprU 17, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. North Caroffrit
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Pinehurst P. T. A. Hears
Talk by Dr. Thomas
Mrs. Wilbur Currie Also a Speak
er at Meetinjf. Mrs. Cheney
Elected President
The last meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association was held in the
school auditorium Wednesday after-
neon. Miss Eunice Gibson, chairman
of the program committee, first in
troduced Dr. C. D. Thomas from the
Sanatorium who with Dr. Spence is
holding tuberculosis clinics in both
the white and colored schools of
Pinehurst district. Dr. Thomas out
lined the different stages of the di-
jsease and clearly explained the pro
cedure of the clinic.
Miss Gibson then introduced Mrs.
Wilbur H. Currie of Carthage who
spoke on “Pre-Natal Care," telling
the needs of Moore County for more
healthful conditions for mothers. A
committee composed of Mrs. A. P.
Thompson, and Mrs. Leonard Tufts
was appointed to cooperate with
health authorities in this work for
this community.
During the business session a vote
of thanks was extended Miss Gib
son for her efforts in arranging out-
jstanding programs throughout the
year. Miss Dorothy Cross reported
more than 3,000 free lunches served
during the school year. The officers
elected for next year were Mrs. True
P. Cheney, president: Miss Katherine
Blue, vice-president; Miss Vesta
Young, treasurer: and Mrs. I. C.
Sledge, secretary, Mrs. W. R. John
son, Mrs. T, R. Cole, and Mrs. Eric
Nelson served punch and cookies.
The Week in Carthage
Members of the Southern Pines
High School Dramatic Club, recent
victors in the State championship
contest, were honor guests at the Ki-
wanis Club luncheon in the Pinehurst
Community Church yesterday noon.
Those present wer? the Misses Ruth
Richardson and Winifred Kelly and
Thomas Hardwick and Lawrence Wil
liams of the cast, Miss Sara Falkener,
their coach, and Principal Frank
Webster of the hig’h school.
Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Muse and fam
ily of Raleigh spent the week-end in
Carthage with relatives.
Miss Gladys Watson of Albemarle
spent the Easter holidays here.
Among college students at home
for the holidays were Misses Mary
Frances and Myrtle Dowd, Miss Anne
McRee Roberts and guest Miss Louise
Kaiser of Queens-Chlcora; Miss Mary
Worthy Spence and guest Miss Susan
Caudle of Salem College; Miss Hlz-
abeth Anne Spencer of Tallahassee,
Fla.; Miss Mary Fowler Spencer of
University; Miss Nancy Butner of
Elon College; Misses Lorraine and
Margaret WUlcox and Miss Rose Un
derwood of Flora Macdonald; Charles
Barringer and James Muse of State,
Charles Sinclair of Duke, Hoover Car
ter cf Oak Ridge.
Miss Mary Wycoff of Columbia.
S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
Miss Alma Edwards of Charlotte,
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Edwards and
son, Newton, Jr., of Chicago spent
the Easter holidays with Mrs. Lucy
Israel Wainer of Valdosta, Ga.,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wainer.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McDonald of
Cciumbla, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
McDonald of Star and Miss Mary
Catherine McDonald of Flora Mac
donald College spent Sunday with
Mis. J. H. McDonald and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lachman and daught
er. Miss Shirley Lachman of Chester,
Pa., spent a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. M. Wainer.
Miss Catherine Britt, librarian at
Guilford College, and Miss Eva Camp
bell, head of the Biclogy department
spent Sunday with Miss Catherine
Arch Kelly is ill at the Moore
County Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Currie spent
Monday in Winston-Salem. Mrs.
Charles Worth and children accom
panied them and stayed for a visit
with leiiilives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barber of Er
vin are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Mrs. George Phillips and son.
Why Gulf IS the Gas
for April
George, Jr., of Wilmington are visit
ing Miss Maggie McLean.
Miss Margaret Clegg and Archie
Clegg spent the week-end in Snow
Hill with Mrs. George Hart.
Mrs. J. E. Muse is spending a few
days In Fayetteville.
Mrs. L. R. Sugg of Sanford and
Miss Margaret McLeod of Thomas-
ville visited friends In Carthage Fri
Judge H. F. Seawell of Washing
ton, D. C., spent the Easter holidays
with his family.
Mrs. John Currie spent Tuesday in
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bames and
Mrs. R. L. Phillips spent Sunday in
Tom Cole of Columbia, S. C., Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Mclver of Lumber
Bridge, Miss Julia Mclver, Dr. and
j Mrs. J. F. Davis of Hemp spent Sun-
I day with Mrs. M. J, Cole.
I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKelthen, Jr.,
of Lumberton spent the week-end
with Mrs. N. A. McKeithen and fam
Miss Sara Hurwitz of Raleigh and
Miss Eleanor Hurwitz of N. C. C.
W., spent the holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hur
Mrs. J. L. McGraw was hostess to
j the Book Reviewers last Thursday
j evening.
i Mrs. R. L. Felton was hostess to
j her bridge club last Thursday. Club
I prize went to Mrs. J. L. McGraw and
' guest prize to Mrs. Bill Headen.
I Mr.s. E. H. Morton was hostess to
j her bridge club on Tuesday after-
; noon. Mrs. John Beasley made high
; score for club members and Mrs.
I Bill Sabaston for gue.«ts. To Mrs. E.
, o. Adams, a recent bride, was pre-
I sented a beautiful tray. Special
1 guests to the club were Mrs. Bill Sa-
j baston, Mrs. F. H. Underwood, Mrs.
j Dan Carter, Mrs. S. H. Miller, Misses
: Mary Currie, Frances McKeithen.
j Mildred Cross and Mrs. E. S. Adams,
j The Glee Club of the Presbyterian
I Junior College in Ma.xton will pre-
I sent a program at the Carthage
I Presbyterian Church on Sunday at
' 7:30 o’clock.
Springs, N. Y., has leased the Hoi-.
brook property at corner of Phlladel-1
phia avenue and Currant street and
will arrive in a few days with his I
household goods, furniture, etc. Mrs. ^
prompted him to resign fi-om the of-'
come after school closes. Ill health
prompted hi mto resign from the of- !
flee of deputy assessor which he has
filled since 1927, and locate in Pine-
bluff. He served as City Hall and
general news reporter for The Sara-
togian, daily newspaper for eight
years prior to 1927. Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Proper have rented their cottage
to Je.sse Cavanaugh's mother and
brother for the summer.
cooking demonstration. The hostess,
assisted by her daughter. Miss
Blondell Poole, served refreshments
and on each plate was an Easter
Among the new books recently put
on the shelves in the High School li
brary are: 100,000,000 Guinea Pigs, by
I Arthur Kallet; Skin Deep, by M. C.
' Phillips; Birds of America, by T. G.
Pearson; Book of Old Ships, by H. R.
Cullen; Will Rogers, by P. J. O’Brian;
I Great Men of Science, by Grove WU-
j son; Troubled Pineland, by E. M.
I Poate.
The circulation for the seven
I months of school thus far is 3,577, ex-
I ceeding the total number of books
j issued last year which reached the
I mark of 2,377.
Mrs. M. M. Poole was hostess Tues-
day afternoon to twelve members of
the Jackson Springs Woman’s club.
Mrs. J. P. Clark, garden leader and
Mrs. M. M. Poole, home management
leader, made interesting talks on their
projects. Mrs. E. W. Bruton ,the pres
ident, urged all members to attend
the district meeting m Ellerbe Springs
on May 14th. 1
Mrs. Duncan Patterson was ap
pointed recreation leader. The first I
recreation meeting of the year was
planned to be held some time during
April. Miss Flora McDonald gave a ■
record of Joe Crane (below).
He says: "I'm a hearty eater.
Camels help me get more
enjoyment. They stimulate
digestion — set me rightl"
STUDYING the effect on digestion of smok
ing Camels Hurry and worry slow up
the flow of digestive fluids. Camels increase
this necessary flow. Try Camels yourself.
May flowers.” And warmer
weather, too. That means
a brand-new gasoline is
shipped to Gulf stations—
a gas especially made for
April driving. For unless
gasoline is changed to
meet Spring’s higher tem
peratures it can’t give the
highest mileage. Get That
Good Gulf—it’s “Kept in
Step with ^he Calendar”
so that all of it goes to work,
none of it goes to waste.
■5V' V y A '
Mrs. P. L. Johnson, Mrs. Frank
Clegg and Miss Effie Crabtree ot
Sanford called on Miss Henrietta Ris-
ley Monday.
I Miss Vivian Dennis of Troy was a
guest of her sister. Mrs. C. O. Newell
over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Dennis ot
Troy were guests of the Rev. and
Mrs. C. O. Newell Sunday.
Bishop Wallace E, Brown of the
i Methodist Church and Mrs. Brown of
• Palmerlee were guests at the Meth-
I odist Parsonage Sunday. Bishop
I Blown conducted the Easter services
I in the evening and delivered the ser-
! mon in the morning,
i Mr. and Mrs. Granland McCaskill of
! Candor visited Mrs. McCaslci!'''! par-
' ents, Mr. and Mi's. J. R. Lampley
I Suntlay.
j Mrs. Lawton Foushee and daughter
Joan wore guests of Mrs. Foushee’s
i patents Sunday.
' Prof. Berg of Greensboro was a
i guest of his son. Theo Berg during
( Mrs. Henry Bntner anJ Miss Vir-
|ginia Butne.- spent Thursday in Ral-
i eigh.
I Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Robertson have
j purchased the Dimmeick property.
1 Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pope, who have
{been spending the winter in Clear-
I water, Fla., were guests of Dean
Banton last week en route to their
j home in New Berlin, N. Y.
i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Van Boskirk
1 of Hamlet spent Sunday with their
Mrs. T, O. Olmstead and daughter
Frances of Hartford, Conn., are vis
iting her mother, Mrs. C. L. Jack
H. T. Williams of Clayton, N. Y„
hos purchased the Mary E. Perkins
Prof. Frank Rexford of Earlville,
N. Y., has built a two-car garage, re
paired and made extensive improve
ments to the house, cleared out the
brush and cleaned up the lots on
New England avenue, recently pur
chased from Mrs. Williams.
Doctors Gray and Perry of west
ern New York have purchased the
Lida Hutchings property at New Eng
land avenue and the U. S. Highway
and have made improvements that
add much to the appearance of the
The Town of Pinebluff has acquired
title to l*ie school property on Cur
rant street and Baltimore avenue,
and it can be used only for a Com
munity Center and meeting place for
the Civic Clubs of the town and the
citizens of the old Pinebluff School
Di.strict. and for no other purpose.
The boundaries are the same as the
corporate boundaries of the Town of
Jesse M. Cavanaugh of Saratoga
ifMitMmmiimriwmr i
‘‘The Ford V*8 uses less fuel and
oil for the power it gives than
any other car we have ever made
EntHUSI.\STIC sales talk often begins
and ends with gasoline mileage. Some
salesmen would like you to believe It is
the whole story of automobile economy.
But drivers ought to know better. For,
the fact is, it’s way down the list.
The big items of car economy are low
first cost, low up-keep cost and low de
preciation. Savings here can make a
great deal of difference in cost per mile.
Gasoline mileage is more of a talking
point than an economy factor.
Check up and you will find that the
difference between 17 and 19 miles a
gallon is less than $10 for a whole year’s
average driving (8400 miles at IS cents
a gallon). Here are the big items that
make the Ford the most economical car;
More value for every dollar you pay.
Lower cost for repairs and service.
Long life. Slow depreciation.
Quality means economy and the 1936
Ford V-8 gives you more real quality
than any other low-price car. No other
car under $1645 has a V-8 engine. No
other low-price car has Center-Poise
Riding, safe, sure mechanical brakes and
Safety Glass all around at no extra cost.
So welcome
Enjoy it at home
Aberdeen, N. C.

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