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GUARD YOUR BABY
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THE SPINNING WHEEL
OPEN ALL SUMMER
Curk market on Weclnesday mornings. All kinds of home
made Cakes, Breads, and Pastries fresh daily. Orders
taken for any Foods.
Armour’s Canned Meats
Red Mill Creamy
Fresh New Stock-Tasty
Plain or Self Rising
Kraft’s Miracle Whip
Colonial Fruit Juices
13 1-2 oz
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Toy Nall First From County to
Die in State’s Lethal Gas Chamber
I Jewell Edwards is
I Bride in Smithfield
Triangle Gherkin or Sweet
MIXED PICKLES tr 19c
Murdered of Geneva Crabtree to
Murderer of Geneva Crabtree to
Be Executed July 17.—Bean
Toy Nall, convicted slater of Ge
neva Crabtree, young Moore county
woman who was shot to death at the
home of her employer, Earl Mace, in
the Calvary section in February, was
the rust frcm Moore county to be
sentenced to die in the lethal gas
chambir in State’s Prison, this sen
tence being pronounced on last Fri
day by Judge F. Donald Phillips in
court in Carthage. July 7th was set
as the day for his execution and he
was carried to Raleigh on Friday. Nall j
gave notice of appeal to the Supreme
Mi.“s Ciabtree, housekeeper for the
Mace family, was shot in the back as
she fled from the heme with a baby
in h:r arras. She was alone with the
three Mace children when Nall called
at the home and according to Billy
To Address Seniors
Popular Vass Resident Weds
Clyde McMillan of Selma
at Sister’s Home
DR. E. M. POTEAT
Mace, eight years old, wanted her to ' of Raleigh, who will give some sound !
go off v.ilh him, which she declined ; advice to S.uthern Pines High School I
A wedding of interest in the two
Carolinas was that of Miss Jewell
Edwards of Vass and Mt. Olive and
Clyde McMillan of Selma, which was
solemnized in a beautiful ceremv-ny
which was performed at 8 o’clock Sat
urday evening, May 23, at the home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. Seth W.
Lassiter, in Smithfield with the Rev.
H. B. Baum officiating.
The living room was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. Long-leaf I
pines formfd the background of the '
improvised altar and a profusion of |
loses and ferns transformed the west- j
ern corner of the room into a garden |
scene, which was ligiited by cathedral ;
candles burning in candelabra.
Prior to the csremony, Mrs. O. M,
Spuriin of Sljaron, S. C., a sister of
the bride, sang “I Love You Truly,”
with Mrs. Lassiter accompanying at
i the piano. To the strains of the Bri-
I dal Chorus from “Lohengrin’’ the
bride and bridegroom entered the
Mother—heed the urgent ad
vice of doctors and hospKab;
do as they do; give youi toby a
daily body-rub with the «n<i-
eeptic oil that chases away
germs, and keeps the sitinSAFE.
That means Mennen Antiseptic
Oil. It’s med by nearly ali
maternity hospitals. It gHs
down into skin-folds —and pre
vents infection, chafing, chap
ping and roughness. Grt a bot
tle today. At any druggist.
MENNEN Antiseptic OIL
' Nall ent-errd a plea of not guilty,
but on the way to the prison after his
conviction, he made a complete con
fession it is said, telling everything
except what he had done with the
gun us d in the murder. On Monday
Jailer Lambert received a letter from
Nall, telling him just where to find
the weapon. Nall had thrown it into
McLendon's Creek near the bridge on
a certain road and it was recovered
The jury in Nall’s case was as fol
lows: fr m the regular panel, D. Mc-
Vickers and W. R. Lewis; from the
special venire of 75 men, Charles
Morrison. H. Cone McPherson, H. B.
Horne, C. F, Monroe, Frank Maples,
iw. C Morton, C V Comer, J. E. Mor
rison, Harry P. Goldsmith and J J.
Williams. J. W. Hunsucker was sworn
as a .special officer for this jury.
Ollie Bean .\ppeals
Schedule Changed For
Services Will Be Held Sunday
Night at Vass, at Lakeview and
.Manly in Morning
The attention of the public is called
to a change in the hour for the in
stallation service to be held in Vass
on this Sunday, May 31st. The Rev.
Mr. Calcote will be installed as pastor
of the Vass Presbyterian Church at
8:00 o’clock in the evening, and the
sermon will be preached by the Rev.
graduates at Commencement exer- j room togethsr and they were met at
I the altar by the officiating minister
who used the impressive ring cere
mony. Soft music was played while
the vows were being spoken.
The brid3, an attractive brunette,
was lovely in a handsome gown of
black net cut cn simple lines which
accentuated her beauty. She carried a
bouquet of regal lilies.
Mrs. McMillan is the youngest
daughter of the late Gibson Solon and
Mary Edwards of Va.ss. She received
her education at Guilford College,
where she specialized in expression
and languages, won many ho/iors and
took part in various college activi.
ties. Since her graduation she has
taught in Lucama and Mount Olive.
Mr. McMillan is the son of Mrs. Mc-
Malcolm Calhoun of St. aul, a brother
of A. M. Calhoun, principal of the Millan of Selma, formerly of Red
V''ass-LakePview school. i springs. He received his education in
The installation service at Lake- springs and will engage in bus-
view will be held at 10:00 o’clock in , jnrss in Vass, where he and his bridt
th" morning,the hour first announced j will be at home immediately following
In the case of Ollie Bean, w'ho w'as f’'" Va.ss. The service at Manly will be g, wedding trip to various points of
charged with the murder of Andrew at 11:30 and the service at Union at interest in the north.
Comer, the State asked for a verdict 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. I
of murder* in the second degree or The commission is composed of the |
Rev. C. A. Lawrence of Falkland, :
chairman; Dr. A R. McQueen of
Dunn. Rev. Malcolm alhoun of St.
aul and Elders J. W. Graham of Ab.
erdeen and Gordon McG. Cameron ot
Rev. L. M. Hall will preach in the
Vass Methodist Church at 11:00 o’-
McNeill & Co.
Feed and Seed Stores
Southern Pines and Fayetteville
Southern Pines, N. C.
A Country Day and
for children under fourteen years.
Open air classes, and all
Music - Art - Handicrafts
MILLICENT A. HAYES
manslaughter. The jury returned a
verdict of guilty of manslaughter
without mercy of the court. He was
sentenced to serve not less than
twelve nor more than fifteen years ir
Bean gave notive of appsal to the
Supreme Court. Appeal bond was fix
ed at $150 and appearance bond at | -lock Sunday morning.
$10,000.00. Bean is being held in jail
in Carthage. | VASS
A number of other defendants were ;
sent to State’s Prison for shorter i Rev. and Mrs. Dougald Monroe and
Little Lois Morgan and Gladys
Snipes spent the week-end with Fae
Marble of Southern Pines.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Spaulding, who
have spent the winter months here,
left lecently for their summer home
in Boston, Mass.
Mrs. G. B. Corbett, after spending
a few days with Mrs. H. L. Stonyan,
left the past week for Newport.
Miss H. L. Gay, Miss Lowe and L.
F. Martin, who spent a portion of the
winter here, have left for their homes
Mrs. Willard Reynolds, Mrs. L. M.
terms. Matthew Ratliff, colored, who j children Mack and Margaret Monroe,
was charged with going to the homeland Mrs. Christian of Greenbank, W.
of Charlie Short and assaulting hisiya.., made a brief stop in town on _
wife while she was sick in bed, of go , Wednesday of last week on their way ' Hatton and Miss Bertha Welch, who
ing heme and gettmg his gun and home from Florida. Margaret has spend their winter in their home here,
later returning and shooting Short as i been suffering from a heart ailment ,gft the past week for their summer
he left his home, seriously injuring | jqj. several years and her phy.sician
him, was given from eight to ten | ^ad advised a stay in Florida, but the
years in prison. |-hange made little improvement in
Paul and Goldie Cuffie and Ben | jjer condition. Mr. Monroe is a form-
George Harrington, colored, were, pastor of the Va^^s Presbyterian
charged with breaking and entering | church.
the store of C. C. Underwood in Ea- j Little Sara Ann Reece of Durham
gle Spings and stealing goods. Paul | ^as the guest of her grandparents.
Cuffie and Harrington were found
home in West Pembroke, Maine.
W. R. Wilson is away on an ex
tended trip to Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Irving of Wash
ington, D. C.. are spending a few days
Mis» M A. Williams and Miss Con-
dit left the past week for their sum-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Oldham, a part of' „^er home in West Orange, N. J
last week. She r=turned home with her q g Covington, who has been
par.nts, Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Reece w'rking in Durham for the past few
Evelyn M. Edson
John s. Ruggles
guilty as charged and given from tw’o
to three years in prison. Goldie Cuffie
was found guilty of receiving stolen Sundav . • < *•
, ^ - • u* iauiiuay. j weeks, Is Spending a tew
goods and sent to the roads for eight ^nd Mrs. E E. Eurey had as.jjome here
months. ; their guests or Sunday Mrs. Eurey’s | -he entertainment at the Village I
Pinehurst Laundry Theft | parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hartman, ohurrh last Thursday night attracted I
A number of jail sentences carrying | and Mr. and Mrs. M. S Hartman and a large number to see the lantern i
with them employment of the roads Harry Hartman, all of Lincolton. i slides of Japan. i
were meted out. Tom Hunter and | Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Beasley and | j ^ Blue and family, who have ^
Nezro Worthy, charged with break- j children, Mary and Franklin, of An- heen in Tennessee for the past year, j
ing and entering the Pinehurst Laun- sonville, visited relatives here Sunday. ^ are spending a few days visiting lel- j
dry garage and taking an automo- j Mrs. O. M. Spuriin of Sharon, S. C., atives in this section before going on
bile generator, were sentenced as fol- lis visiting Mr. and Mrs A G. Edwards. | jq Roanoke, Va., where Mr. Blue has
lows: Hunter, on the breaking and | Mrs. W. C. Byrd and children of a big contract.
entering count, was given a four | Albemarle are visiting Mrs. J. A.
months’ sentence and on the larceny; Keith and family. Eugene Keith ac
count twelve months, suspended upon ! companied them home and returned
C. G. FARRELL
.AlK*rdeon, N. C.
good behavior for two years. Wor
thy was given a 90-day sentence, sus
pended for twelve months upon con
dition that before the close of this
term of court he pay a fine of $25
and the costs, and upon condition of
good behavior for twelve months.
Eli Parson, James Jordon and Paul
Williams, colored, were tried on a
charge of breaking and entering Wlm-
berley’s store In Aberdeen. Parson arid
Jordon were found guilty and given
twftlve months’ sentences. Willlama
was found not guilty.
Flossie English, a colored spectator,
became so thrilled with the drama
being enacted in the courtroom that
she clapped her hands, whereupon the
Judge declared her guilty of contempt
and gave her three days in jail. A
colored witness was being examined
and was questioned as to where he
procured his liquor. When he replied
that he got it at the “ABC store,’* It
struck Flossie as being funny and she
applauded just once too often.
Court adjourned on Friday evening,
and on Monday It reconvened • with
Judge J. Will Pless, Jr., presiding over
the civil term.
MISS ALZ.\DA KI>IBALL
I BRIDE OF .I.4CK McR.\E
to Albemarle Wednesday.
Mrs. Monroe Chappell and little
daughter Joan have returned from a
visit with relatives In Blackstock,
Mrs. Ben H. Wood and children vis
ited friends in the Union community
Miss Jessie Brooks came home Fri-
day from Wilson, where she was a
member of the high school faculty.
Mrs. W. J. Cameron, who has been
ill for nearly five weeks, Is now able
to be up a part of the time.
Sergeant and Mrs. J. M. Boylau of
Fort Bragg came Friday to spend
several days with Paul Gschwlnd and
Mrs. Irene Byrd of Albemarle was
the guest of Mrs. G. W. Griffin from
Wednesday until Friday. _
Mrs. G. W. Griffin went to Ham.
let Sunday to visit her son, Richard
Griffin, and family.
Miss Elizabeth Keith of E. C. T. C.
in Greenville visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Keith during the
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Reynolds and
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson of Rocgingham
Jack McRae and Miss Alzada Kim
ball of Vass were united in marriage
recently, the ceremony being per
formed in South Carolina.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kimball. She was
formerly a member of this year's
eighth grade of Vass-Lake-view High
School. The bridegroom is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben McRae of
were guests of the Taylors and Miss
Florence Leslie Sunday afternoon.
Miss Pauline Thompson of Burling
ton came Sunday to attend the clos
ing exercises of the local school and is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Dun
Miss Margareta Edgar of Independ
ence, Va., came last week to spend
some time with her sister, Mrs. C. L
Calcote, at the manse.
Miss Eva Callahan and Miss Annie
Harris of High Point spent laat week
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Calla
Luther Byrd has accepted a peti
tion In Sanford.
Drs. Neal, Beard
Swinnerton Stables, Southern
Pines on Mondays
Race Track, Pinehurst on
PAINTER — DBCORATOK
E. V. PERKINSON
win M ia his offfc* over
Pioit Office, Saalord, N. C., •▼•ry
fmv 10:00 •. m.
4:00 p. m. Don’t ftdl to htaa If
roor «ytt an weak.