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Friday, April 24, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pinca and Aberdeen, North Carolina
McNeill & Co.
Feed and Seed Stores
Southern Pines and Fayetteville
Southern Pinea, N. C.
A Country Day and
for children under fourteen years.
Open air classes, and all
Music - Art - Handicrafts
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because Goodyear builds
the most tires by millions.
0\ EU 22 MILLION
SOLD —THAT’S HOW
GOOD rr ISl
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PAGE MOTOR CO.
Cameron and Community
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A splendid Elementary program
was given in the school auditorium
last Friday evening to a large aud
ience. The opening ch rus by grades
1-4, numbering over 100 children,
dressed in costumes of white and red,
swaying in rythmic lime to the mus
ic, was quite spectacular. An operetta,
‘‘The Land of Dreams Come True,” by
the same grades, was well interpreted
and effectively rtndered. The Elves,
Roses, Blue-Bell.s and Daisies, togeth
er with Mother Goose and her house,
out of which came Little Bo-Peep,
the Queen of Hearts, Little Boy Blue,
Jack Horner, Jack and Jill and many
of her other children, made a scene
of rare loveline.ss.
“The Train to Mauro," by the 7th
grade was mirth-provoking, cieating
much fun and merriment.
The play ‘ Miss Minerva and Wil
liam Green Hill,” by the 6th and 7th
grades, was well received. Murdoch
McKeithen as William, with the bad
boy next doar, kept the audience con
vulsed with laughter by their out
rageous pranks, and many forms of
The Glee Club of Miss Yelverton
gave a number of pleasing selections
during the evening. A song and tap
dance by little Carolyn Guthrie,
made quite a hit and was much en
joyed. The program closed with a
choius, "Gcod Night Ladie.s.” The
music for the program was played by
Mrs. W. H. Abernathy. Some $35.00
was tidded to the school treasury.
Miss Mary Ellen Yelverton, opened
her school room, fifth grade, to pa
trons and friends, where she had on
display the work done by her child
ren this year. Booklets on Geography,
History, color combinations, calen
dars, miniature objects in wood, a
complete dining room suite, windmills,
bird houses, airships, rabbits and pigs
were well dene. A collection of ob
jects gathered on their field walks
were interesting. The girls exhibited
laundry bags, table scarfs and cush
Circle No. 1 of the W'oman’s Aux
iliary of the Presbyterian church held
its April meeting last Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. W. M. Wooten. Mrs. j
James McDonald presiding. Mrs. W.
G. Parker and Mrs. Jewell Hemphill
gave full reports on the Presbyterial
The Commencement Calendar of
Cameron School is as follows: Friday,
May 8, £:(K) p. m.. Music Recital; Sun
day, May 10, 8:00 p. m. Senior Vesper
service; Monday, May 11, 8:00 p. m.,
Class Day exercises; Tuesday, May
12, 8:00 p. m,, Graduation exercises;
Literary address, Dr. Clyde Erwin,
State superintendent of Public In
struction; Wednesday, May 13, 2:00
p. m., baseball game, Sanford vs.!
Cameron; Wednesday May 13, 8:00 p. i
m.. High School play, ‘‘A Poor Mar- ’
ried Man.” j
Little Miss Evelyn Ann Snow cele- ^
brated her 11th birthday Saturday af-!
ternoon with a picnic. The friends en
joying this cuting were Misses Opal
Thagard Cameron, Ella May Gsch-
wind, Mildred Thomas, Betsey Jean
and Marilyn Tally of Buffalo, New
York, Harriet McGraw of Carthage.
On Sunday the same friends were in-
I vited by Miss Snow to her home for
I the cutting of her birthday cake,
j Mrs. Anna Culberson of Sanford
j and Mrs. J. C. Walker of Concord
i spent Thursday with Mrs. W. M.
The Rev. and Mrs. M. D. McNeill
and Mrs. M McL McKeithen attend
ed Presbytery at Laurel Hill church,
near Laurinburg on Tuesday and
I Mrs. B. Spivey who has been nurs-
I ing her grandson, who is quite ill in
Sanford, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Georgie McFadyen i'j visiting
her sister in Manchester this week.
Miss Alice Tally of Bonsai was the
week-end guest of Mr. and rMs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tally and
daughters spent Sunday night in
Hamlet, guests of Mr and rMs. Arch
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hemphill,
leaving for Troy in the afternoon.
How To Reduce
lib OMrtly Uiwari TmwI Die HmtI
M1^ li ValM Fbwt That Way
Mknjr peopi* bare become dctpondent
b«cauM they have been led to believe
that there i« no remedy that will rcduc*
•wollen veini and bunchea. *
If you will get a two-ounce orttlnal
bottle of MooiM’a Enendd Oil (full
atrength) at any first-claaa drug store
and apply it night and morning a*
directed yon abould quickly notice an
Improvement Continue to apply Emer>
aid Oil until th« veina and bunchea are
Meoiie’a EmeraM OH ia a barmleaa,
yet moat powerful penetrator and two
ounce* laat a very long time. Indeed.
BO powerful Is EmeraM Oil that old
chronic sores and ulcers are often en>
tirely healed It has brought much com
fort to worried people all over th«
For generous sample send 10 centa
(sliver or stamps) to cover cost—mail
ing—packing to Dept. A.M., Interna'
Mrs. J. A. Phillips, Misses Thurla
Cole and Mary Ferguson were guests
Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Eugene Me-
Iver of the Pocket community.
Invitations have been received to
the graduation exercises of Appala
chian State Teachers College on May
1st from E. Bruce McFadyen, one of
the 42 four-year graduates this year.
Friends of J. A. Brown of Chad-
bourn will be glad to hear that he is
convalescing satisfactorily from an
attack of pneumonia.
The Cameron High School baseball
team defeated the Sanford nine 7-2.
Wcoten, Cameron pitcher, allowed
only two hits.
Miss Virginia Graham of Route 1
left this week for New York, where
she takes a position as governess in
a private home.
Now is the time to purchase your
new General Electric Range while
the campaign prices are in effect.
You get $10.00 allowance for your
old range. See C. J. Simons Electric
Shop. Southern Pines. Adv.
! Davidson Will Case
Dropped by Statlers
I .\ttorneys of Hotel Magnates Heirs
Withdraw .\ppeal from Car
thage Trial Verdict
The appeal to the State Supreme
I Court by caveators in the action to
set aside the will of Mrs. Elva Stat-
I ler Davidson and deprive her husband,
i H. Bradley Davidson, Jr., of the es-
j tate bequeathed him, formally was
j withdrawn in Superior Court in Ral-
: eigh last Saturday.
I Judge Don Phillips, who presided
over the trial in Carthage when the
I will of the heiress to a part of the
I fortune cf the late E. M. Statler,hotel
'magnate, wa.s held valid, signed the
J. M. Broughton of Raleigh, coun
sel in North Carolina for the cavea
tors, including other heirs of Statler,
said he had "no statement to make”
regarding the decision not to perfect
“There were several reasons why
the action was taken, but I should
not like to discuss them/
Brough- NO C LAIMANT FOR BODY OF
JACK SMITH IN C.ARTH)\G»
During the course of the trial, the
caveators proposed a settlement
whereby the estate would have been
divided between Davidson and the
Statler heir.<?, but the settlement was *
declined. The estate was valued at
I approximately $550,000, but of this '
amount, it was estimated David.son
would inherit only about $300,000, the
remainder being in a separate trust
set up by the late hotel man and re
verting to his other heirs.
Decision of the caveators to with
draw the appeal formally closes the
case. Broughton said no further ac-
' tion was cotemplated.
All efforts to get in touch with rel
atives of Jack Smith, whose bcdy Pies
in a Carthage undertaking establiah-
I ment, have been unavailing. Word
from the Department of Justice to
which fingerprints were sent ia
the effect that he has no record ther»
and nothing is known of him in thr
Navy and War departments. He i»
said to have claimed that he was a
W'orid War veteran.
ON HONOR KOLI.
j STOLE SLOT MACHINE
i No definite clues have been found
! as to the identity of the thief who
broke the lock on the front door of
^ Lswis' Filling Station in West End
a few nights ago and tarried away
three slot machines and a small quan-
i tity of cigarettes.
Pilot Advertising Pays.
At the end of the third quarter the
foll..wing students have met the re
quirements for the Honor Roll at
Southern Pines School:
Senior Class, Ruth Gillis and Ruth
Thompson; Junior Class, MilitreA
Powell; Sophomore ClaPs, Clara Hali,
Charles Phillips and James Ritchie;
Fre.shman Class, Louise Blue and Sar
ah Barnum; Seventh Grade, Hazel
Kelley, Ruth Swett, James Ross,
Marjorie Jeilison and Richard Plu-
.\berdeen, N. C., Announces a Clearance Sale of
Furniture - Rugs
and Home Furnishings
Sale Starts Thursday, April 23rd, at 3:00 P. M,
And continues, 2 sales daily at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. for 9 days only. Entire stock new select high grade quality
Furniture, Rugs and Home Furnishings of
ALTON D. McLEAN, Aberdeen, N. C.
To be hurled out over the auction block for cash in a few days at public auction—Selling piece by piece, suite by suite.
TWO BIG SALES DAILY! 3 P. M. AND 8 P. M. STARTING THTRS. APRIL 2.?rd
FREE! FREE! FREE!
A Handsome .‘M’iece Bedroom Sui'e to he Given away
at conclusion of sale.
Tc miss this opportunity would be a real lo.«s to evtry
home-lover. Come select what you want—You make the
price, we stand the loss.
C ARLOADS OF BEDROO.M SUITES
Living Room and Dining Room Suites. Secretarns,
Kitchen Cabinet.s, Springs, Mattresses, Beds, Porch
F'urniture, Rugs, Tables. Chairs, Ranges, Stoves — in
fact everything for the home.
Two Auctions Daily
Make An Offer For This Beautiful Suite?
Closing- May 2nd
How Much Will You Give For This Suite?
We are overstocked and determined to turn our surplus
merchandise into cash. To do so quickly we decided to
sacrifice our splendid stock at PUBLIC AUCTION.
Keep the OPENING DATE in mind—Thursday, April
23rd at 3:00 P. M., and don’t let anything keep you
To be given away absolutely free to first 25 ladies in
store before 3 p. m. and Sp.m.every day of this
STARTING THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd at 3 P. M.
store Open 8 A. M. TUI Closing Time. Come Early and malte your Own Selections. Chairs for Your Comfort. Beautiful
I^esent^ AI>solutety FREE. Courteous Treatment and Wonderful Bargains For All.
3 P. M. and 8 P. M.
ABERDEEN, NORTH CAROLINA