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Friday, May 29, 1936.
THE PILOT. Southern Pines and Aberd«n. North Carolina
Lots Auctiond Off
at Jackson Hamlet
Goldston Twins Perform at Op
ening of New Subdivision
For Pinehurst Colored
Jackson Hamlet, near Pinehurst, ex,
perlenced probably the most tumul
tuous and €xhllarating day In its en
tire and varied career on Saturday
when the Goldston Twins, auctioneers,
offered to the ecstatic multitude of
colored folks a-ssemtled an astonish
ing property in the form of delectable
lots in this flower-strewn paradise.
Being there we could hardly resist
the compelling and forceful oratory
of the Goldston Brothers and pretty
nearly bought a lot, what with the
heat and one thing and another.
Working from the end of their pala
tial sound truck the auctioneers were
extremely active and threatened to go
Into a song and dance routine at any
By the exercise of extraordinary
will power and the fact that our car
was inextricably bogged down in the
sand of this charming spot we man.
aged to resist these spell binders and
not even the possible acquirement of
a huge jar of money, subsequently
discovered to be heavily padded with
•wadded paper) could change our pur
pose—which was to get away from
there as quickly as possible and have
a couple of bottles of beer.
Anywa.’, many lots were sold in the
new subdivision, ranging in price from
$8.00 to $48.00.
The Week in Aberdeen
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McLeod and
Mrs. Sara Jane Blue visited in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLean
of Aberdeen Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. A. L. Blue and daughters, Mil
dred, Nellie, and Bernice, and son Ed
win, and Mrs Dalph Blue of Carthage,
visited relatives in West End, and
near Jackson Springs Thursday.
Mrs. H. M. McCaskill is spending
a few (lays with her sisters. Miss Kit
tle Blue and Mrs. Lula Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Blue and baby
Peggie Joyce visited relatives near
Union Church and Vass Sunday.
Mrs. A. A. McCaskill, Tom, June
and Catherine McCsiskill, and Mrs. J.
B. Ray visited relative* in West End
and Jackson Springs Sunday.
Mfss Bertie Mae Strider of Carth
age is visiting Miss Lillie Blue of this
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Blue and chil.
dren visited Mrs. Blue’s pareuts, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Evans of Vas-, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith and
children of near Aberdeen were guests
Sunday of Miss Kittle Blue and Mrs.
Lula Palmer. *
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Horne had as
their guests Sunday Mis. Kate Mark-
um of Greenville, Mrs. Clyde Keith
of Addor, Mr. and Mrs. John Keith of
Rcckingham, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Horne and Children of Vass Route 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Currie Home of Carth
age, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Horne of
Hemp, and Oscar Caddell of Carthage,
Miss Lucille McLeod has returned
to here home here from West End,
where she has been recovering from
a tonsil operation which she under
went at Red Springs last Thursday.
ALICE M.4Y HOLMES IS
ELEt'TED W. C. T. U. HEAD
Miss Alice May Holmes of Southern
Pines was elected president of the
newly organized Sandhill Women's
Christian Temperance Union at the
recent meeting held at The Lantana
in Aberdeen. Other officers are: Mrs.
C. O. Newell, Pinebluff, vice-prcsi.
dent; Mrs. Claude Johns;n, Aberdeen,
recording secretary; Mrs. Beatty,
Southern Pines, corresponding secre
tary and Mrs. R. P. Gibson, Pinebluft,
Another meeting to complete the
organization is to be held at 3:00
o’clock tomorrow, Saturday, after
noon, at the heme of Miss Holmes, 48
Vermont avenue. The charter mem
bership list is being kept open until
all women In the Sandhills interested
in temperance work hav^ had an op
portunity to join the union.
BITTEN BY CAT
John Thomas McKeithen, Vass col
ored man, is taking the Pasteur
treatment after having been bitten
by a cat which it is thought was
rabid. McKeithen was spending the
night with "Uncle” William McKeith
en, who is ill, and while watching
over him fell asleep. He was awak
ened by a bite on the hand and op
ened his eyes just in time to see the
animal dash from the room.
DEWBRRIES NEED RAIN
Dewberries are beginning to ripen
and first shipments are expected to
go out by express the last of the
week. Dewberry growers are hcping
for rain at an early date as the
crop will be cut short unless the
drought is soon broken.
George Martin, C W. Seymour and
R C Zimmerman, with Colin Osmorne
of Southern Pines enjoyed a fishing
tilp to the coast last week
Mrs. Frank Shamburger and daugh
ter, Myrtle Alice, and Mrs J. R. Page,
Sr., spent the past week.end in New
Bern visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Page,
Miss Ruth McFarland, who has
been teaching music in the Randle-
man Schools for the past term, is at
home for the summer vacation.
Misses Mabel Bethune, Betsy Jean
Johnson, Kate and Lena Stewart and
Frances Wimberly have completed
their school year at Flora Macdonald
College, and are now at home for the
Mrs. E. M. Medlln and daughter,
Gloria Gtay, are spending some time
at Davis with Mrs. Medlin’s mother.
Mrs. W. T. Huntley returned to
the Charlotte Sanatorium at Charlotte
last Sunday for a few days treatment.
Mrs. W. A. Blue is joining Mr. Blue
at Myrtle Beach, S. C., this week
where they are taking a cottage for
Henry Covington of Rockingham
spent the week-end in Aberdeen visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Ernest Byrd.
Miss Julia Brown of Greenville was
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. C. Sey
mour last week.
Richard Page and Millie Page of
Statesville visited their grandmother,
Mrs Robeit N. Page, Sr., last week.
Mrs. W. C. Carter, Sr., visited her
son, Jesse Carter, at the Fort Bragg
Infirmary, Jesse is being transferied
shortly from the CCC Camp at Pclk-
ton to a camp at (Jlen Rock, Pa.
Miss Mildred Campbell has complet
ed her work as teacher in the schools
at Lincolnton, and is spending her
vacation with her moth;r, Mrs. Maiy
Mr.s. R. C. Zimmerman and ilaught-1
er. Miss Roberta, spent the past week-1
end at Richlands, S. C., visiting rel
Misses Dee Batchelor and Marcella
Folley, students at Peace College, j
Raleigh, have returned home for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell, Mrs.!
Maiy Campbell of Aberdeen, with ^
Mr. and Mrs. J H Suttenfield of Pine-
bluff and Mr and Mrs. Geoige Mo-
g.r of Southern Pines attended the
Commencement exercises at Elise
Acadtmy, last Tuesday, at which time
June Campbell graduated.
Mrs. Frank Page of High Point and
Miss Emma Page of Greensboro were
guests of the T. B. Wilders last Tues
. Patrolman W. C. Kelly has been
transferred from Lexing'ton to Aber
deen and he and his family are oc
cupying the Foy Cottage on Poplar
Mrs. Murdoch M. Johnson of Cam.
den, S. C., spent last week-end visit-1
ing relatives .
Cooper Gretter of Aberdeen, Miss-,
issippi, is visiting the Rev. and Mrs.
E. M. Han is. Mr. Gretter has been a'
teacher In the Thomasville High j
School during the past session. j
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carpenter of;
Smithfiild visited relatives in town
last Sunday. j
J. K. Melvin and family attended;
the graduation exercises at James
Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilming
ton last week, at which Miss Katha
rine Melvin was a member of the
James Adams of Linden, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fagan and Miss Gen-
levieve Macon of Goldsboro have been
recent guests of Mrs. E. J. Macon.
The Rev. E. M Harris preachcd the
Commencement sermon at Randleman
Ernest Byrd who is new located in
Wadesboro, spent last Sunday in
Aberdeen visiting his family.
The Sandy Creek W. M. U. Associa
tion will hold its meeting at Rocky
River Church near Siler City on
[Thursday of this we:k. Among the
delegates attending from the Aber
deen Baptist Church are Mrs.
Claude Johnson, Mrs. R. G. Farrell,
Mrs. Jack Taylor, Mrs. Marvin Kin-
law and Mrs. E. M Harris
Mrs Charlie V. Miller was hostess
to the members of the Walter Hines
Page Book Club and a number cf ad
ditional guests at the Community
House last Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
^ George Martin read a paper on Ten
nessee, The Volunteer State, with
Mrs. Leon ’Hall giving a paper on
Writers of Tennessee. The musical
part of the program was most enjoy
able under the direction of Mrs. Reid
A. Page, with Misses Jean Chester
and Katharine Page rendering piano
At this meeting a portrait of the
Jate Ambassador Walter Hines Page,
for whom this club is named, was
presented by Mrs. Robert N. Page,
and hung over the mantel of the
Club’s Living Room.
M. Folley of Siler City arrived Wed
nesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Folley for several weeks.
Miss Susan McLean has returned
home for the summer vacation from
Nashville where she taught for the
CR.ADLE ROLL DAY .\T o i
BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY j
j Cradle Rcll Day was observed at
j Southern Pines Baptist Church last
I Sunday with 21 mothers there with
their babies. The church was beauti
fully decorated with baskets of pink
I and blue flowers, the symbol of baby-1
' land. A welcome was given to the'
I mothers and children b ythe pastor,
I the Fiev. J. Fred Stimson, followed by
j a special program by the children of
I .‘he Sunday School. Enrollment certif-
' icates were given tc the 21 new
I youngsters and promotion certificates
from the Cradle Roll into the Begin-
' ners’ department were presented to
' the following: Albert Lewis Adams,
' Lewis Allison Phillips, Nella Ruth ;
Johnson, Fennel Thomasson, William i
Baker, C. L. Worsham, Jerry Thomp-'
son, Myron Adams, Jr., Betty Eat-'
man and Betty Leu Reneger.
Mrs. D. C Phillips, who is in
charge of the Cradle Roll, deserves
,great credit for her splendid work.
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
for partition of the proceeds thereof
among the tenants in commcn owning
said land, the parties to this proceed
ing, as alle!?ed in the petition, and the
said defendants will further take no
tice that they are required to appear I
at the office of the Clerk of the Su-;
n rior Court of Moore Ccunty, North '
Carolina, at the courthouse in Car
thage. not later than ten days from
the date of the service of this sum
mons and notice and answer or de
mur to the complaint and petition In
said special proceeding or the plain
tiff petitioners will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said peti
tion and complaint.
This 13th day of May, 1936.
J5 Clerk Superior Court.
P. O. OPEN UNTIL TEN
The Southern Pines Postoffice will
be closed tomorrow, Saturday, after
10:00 a. m. In observance of Memorial
GET YOURSELF SOME NEW
PINEBLUFF i Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned has qualified as admlnlstra-,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Suttenfield spent j tor of the estate of H. A. McCallum.
Tuesday in Elise attending com- Any and all persons having claims or
mencement exercises. | demands against the said estate are
Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Royce have re- 1 hereby notified to present them to the
turned tc Pinebluff from Florida en. j undersigned at Southern Pines, on or
route to th:ir home in the north. ' befo’.e May 2, 1937, or this notice will
Maj. Gen. Butner of Fort Sam be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Houston, Texas spent the week-end All persons indebted to said estate are
with his brother, M. F. Butner. Gen. notified to make Immediate payment
Butner has been transferred from to the undersigned. i
Fort Sam Houston to Panama. M. DAVID McCALLUM, |
Mrs. W. R. Jeffry and son and her i Administrator. !
brother, George Matthews of Scran- May. 2. 1936, i
ton, Pa., are occupying Mr-s. Pope's | Southern Pines, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. War ner are spending ' COUNTY^
a few days in the mountains
Julia Lampley returned home Sat
urday aftJr a visit with her sister,
Mrs, Lawtcm Foushee of Sanford.
Willie Ray Lampley of Laurinburg
•=ipent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lampley
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
Harvey B. Jones, W. A. Jones, Nan
nie Jones Mclv:r and husband, R. R.
Mclver, Bessie Jones Shaw and hus
band, A. W. Shaw, J. H. Jcnes, Mattie
McIntosh Chears and husband, W. F.
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Mr.. and Mrs. H. A. McNeal left '
„ . , . , I husband, Frank Street, Ola McIntosh
Saturday for their h-me in College Husketh and husband, HusKeth, Em-
Point, N. Y ma J. Kimrey and C. A. Jones, Plaln-
R H. Delano and daughter Octavia ] tiffs
of New York spent last week with
I Kenneth A. Jones, Anderson Mc-
I Pherson, Alex McPherson, Ralph R.
Mr. and Mrs, Douglas David are McPherson, Edgar H. McPherson,
Dccupying Ollie Adcox's cottage .Edna McPherson Vestal, Swannie
Clyde Simpson, Jr„ of Mt. Gilead
. , , Lou MayBerry, Rome Woodccck,
spent several days last week with Geor'gia Harris, Eva Woody, Alice
Miss Ella Backus, Cox, Wiley Reynolds, Ollie Johnson,
Mi.sses Florence and Jo.sephine Tal- York, Bjssie Fry, Esther Dees,
fold left Monday for their home in '
“' Melvin Purvrs, Edna Purvis, Annie
Maine after spending the winter here. Arnette, Annie Yelvertcn, George
Mr-s. Francis Childress and her Smith, Jones Smith, Alton Campbell,
•father J,' B. Zerkles cf Jacksonville,' S. Annie. M. Jones, widow, Mrs.
ciq 1 . lu n 'William J. Winfield and husband, Wil-
Fla.. spent last week with Mrs. Pope.' j Winfield, Mrs. Lloyd Cr-ock-
Mi.ss Nancy Wallace spent several ett and husband, Lloyd Crockett, Mrs.
dai'3 last week In Sanford visiting Julius Ferry and husband, Julius
Mrs. Lawton Foushee ' Ferry, Mrs. Herman O’Steen and hus-
n- 1 I . .u band, Herman O’Steen, Mrs. Charles
Reece and Craig Pickier spent the husband, Charles Pond, A.
week.end at Williamston.
Miss Mildred Brooks has accepted
a position in High Point.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Carpenter and
Mrs. Luther Tyner spent Sunday in
Miss Nancy Wallace left Tuesday
for Lake Owassa, N. J.. where she
will assist Mrs. Ellen Buger in a
Miss Helen Little left Monday for
New York where she will visit rela
L. Jones. Jesse H. Jones, Jr., and
Kenneth A. Jones, Defendants.
The deftndants above named, Mrs.
S. Annie M. Jones, Mrs. William J.
Winfield, William J. Winfield, rMs.
Llcyd Crockett, Lloyd Crockett, Mrs.
Julius Ferry, Julius Ferry, Mrs. Her
man O’Steen, Herman O'Steen, Mrs.
Charles Pond, Charles Pond, A. L.
Jones, Jesse H. Jones. Jr., and Ken
neth A. Jones will take notice that a
special proceeding entitled as above
has been commenced in the Suprior
Court of Moore County, N-orth Caro
lina, to make sale of the lands de
scribed in the petition in this cause
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