THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. North Cwolina
Friday, June 5, 193®.
Published each Friday by
THE PILOT, Incorporated,
Southern Pines, N. C.
NELSON C. HYDE
DAN S. RAY
One Year $2.00
Six Months 11.00
Three Months .50
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em Pines, N. C., as aecond.clasa mail
Tomorrow is Primary Day,
and with contests for practically
every nomination for the slate to
be offered the voters by the
Democratic part\( there is every
reason to believe that the vote j
will be heavy. There is no Repub-!
lican primary. ^
Moore county is fortunate in i
having a choice of splendid men |
to vote for for county positions.:
Regardless of who is nominated, j
the county should be in safe i Mrs. W. C. Leslie was hostess to Beasley and R. P. B;asley Sunday,
hands. It will be unfortunate, j the Methodist Auxiliary on Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Tickle and lit-
how'ever—in the opinion of The: day evening ,at which time an im- tie daughter. Maxine, spent the week-
Pilot—if the Democratic elec- j pressive program was presented un- end in Mt. Airy.
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CONVtNTlOH EVEN TO (ON-
The Week in Carthage
Miss Frances Muse of High Point the week-end at her home near Car-
The Week in Vass
CARTHAGE FACULTY NAMED
FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
torate fails to register its appre
ciation of the efficient service
der the leadership of Mrs. W. H. Mi', and Mrs. Arch Poe and son.
Keith with Misses Marjorie Leslie, Lewis, of Sanford and Miss Mildred
rendered by the present mem- Katharine Graham, and Louise Leslie Crowson of High Point were guests
bers of the Board of County 1 Mrs. C. J. Temple and Mrs. C. L. Ty- of Mr. and Mrs. G. . Suttcn in the
Commissioners. The county has i son taking part. Mrs. G. W. Griffin I Beasley Apartments Sunday.
The Carthage faculty has been elec
ted for the coming ye^r. Professor O.
B. Welch was again elected as super
intendent of the schools. Mr. Welch
has been in Carthage twelve years.
Miss Eula Blue of Carthage, Miss
Catherine Shaukle of Mt. Gilead, Miss
Sara Louise Thompson of Haw River
is spending her vacation at her home
Miss Maty Worthy Spence of Salem
College is spending her vacation at
home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
U. L. Spence.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter of Wins
ton-Salem are spending the week with
Miss Montie Muse.
Miss Montie Muse returned home
Sunday after a visit in Cullowee.
Mr. and Mrs. Watty Bridges of
Florence, S. C., are visiting Mrs. Ful
Israel Wainer left Sunday for Val
dosta, Ga., where he will accept a
Mrs. John Blue of Timberland is the
guest of Mrs. H. F. Seawell, jr.
Miss Margaret Kelly of Pinehurst !
spent the week-end here.
Miss Nancy Butner of Elon College
is at home for the summer.
Miss Eleanor Hurwitz is at home
from W. C. U. N. C. for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. McGraw and
children, Harriette and Lioyd have
gone to Sullivan’s Island, S. C., where
they will spend the month of June.
S. B. Bartlett of Elizabeth City
is vifiiting his daughter, Mrs. O. D.
Miss Margaret Clegg is spending
a few days at Myrtle Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Black of Jones
boro spent Sunday with Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Taylor of Rocky Mount is the
guest of her daughter Mrs. H. Lee
I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Seagroves and
s:n of Raleigh are visiting Miss Dora
Mrs. Myrton Stewart and Mrs.
Frank McDonald entertained at the
home of Mrs. Stewart on Friday ev_
Mrs. W. J. Kelly is visiting Mr, and jening honoring Mrs. Claude Kennedy
Mrs. W. B. Kelly in Aberdeen. of Durham.
Mrs. Margaret Penn is visiting in Miss Elize Greene entertained at
Charlotte. ^ Dutch supper at Juniper Lake hon-
Mrs. M. B. Brown of High Point oring her guest. Miss Anne Elizabeth
has returned home after visiting Mrs. > wegger of Lake Waccamaw. After
W. G. Brown. 'supper the guests enjoyed a theatre
party at the Carolina Theatre in
Miss Elise and Su Hunter of Char
lotte are the guests of their sister,
Mrs. E. S. Adams
Mrs. J. E. Muse is visiting in
Miss Mamie Bryant of Greensboro
spent Sunday with R. W. Pleasants.
Miss Anne Elizabeth Wesser of
Lake Waccamaw is visiting Miss
Miss Frances McKeithen, Miss Mary
Currie and Miss Judith Wainer at
tended a bridge party on Saturday
evening in Sanford at the Legion Hut
given by Miss Milderd Campbell an
nouncing the engagement of her sis-
of Moncure, 1st grades.
About sixty of the younger set in
Southern Pines enjoyed a dance at
Lynch in Sanford
Lee Campbell has returned home
from the Veterans’ Hospital in Col
Mrs. O. B. Welch has returned from
Bath, N. Y„ where she spent several
Mrs. Jim Broadie and Mrs. Will
Waddell of Henderson spent Sunday
Miss Rica Griffin has returned to
this summer. Miss Campbell formerly
was a member of the Carthage High
OLIVES OPEN STORE TO
H.\NDLE D.VIRY PRODUCTS
I ter, Miss Wilma Campbell of San-
kept its finances in excellent COn-I read the Scripture lesson. W. C. Byrd and Eugene Keith of R-P-Hardie of Montgomery make j Eliza Greene. Iford to Kenneth Whithall of Albe-
dition during their incumbency,' Music games and a debate on the Albemarle visited in the home of Mrs. |the high school faculty. Grade | Miss Ruth Barringer and Miss Mary marie. The wedding will take place
and at the same time has taken ' relative importance of man and wo-1 J. A. Keith Sunday and Mrs. Byrd and teachers chosen are Mrs. L. P. Tyson Jackson Yow are visiting Mrs. J. R
numerous forward steps, steps man furnished amusement at a de.' the children returned to Albemarle of Carthage, Miss Julia Thompson,
for the good of all sections of lightful outdoor party held by local; "’ith them. th grades; Miss Adele Blue of Laur.
the COUntv. The Pilot can see ’ young people at Manly Springs on i Robert Rosser, Davidson College mburg. Miss Louise Farrell of Pltts.
no reason‘for any change in the ' Friday evening of last week. Man was'student, is with his parents. Dr. and boro. 6th grades; Miss Mattie Kate
board declared to be of greater importance M»-s. R. G. Rosser, for the summer, Shaw of Carthage, 5th grade; Miss
We also believe that Moore than woman, but a glance at the Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Eurey and chil- Mildred Cross of Sanford, 4th grade;
countv has an able solicitor in! guest list will satisfactorily explain l dren, Joyce, Deanie and ••Buddie,” Miss Frances McKeithen and Miss
Mr Bovette It believes that how such a decision was reached. Sunday to visit relatives in Hen- -lary Hamilton of Carthage, 3rd
ShiVlds Cameron is entitled to Weiners were roasted and marshmal- | Person and Franklinton for several grades; Miss May Stuart and Miss
the nomination for Register of i lows toasted by the following n ; weeks before going to Ruffin, S. C.. to Mary Currie of Carthage, 2nd grades;
DeedsThrPOsition^^^^^ and 17 young men:>ake their home. Miss Kate Bryant, Miss Janie McLeod
held since his appointment fol- i Katharine Graham, Myrtle McMillan, | ~
lowing the death of Will Har-j Agnes Smith, Marian Cameron, Helen CAMll-KON
rington. Mr. Cameron is the only j KUngenschmidt, Jessie Thomas, Clar-1
candidate in the primary from ' ice Thomas, Annie Thomas, Edith The Womans Auxiliary of the Cam-
Soiithern Pines larcest munici- Matthews, Margaret Lambert andieron Presbyterian Church presented
pality< in the county, and both j Ethel Kirby; Vick Keith, Franklin its annual birthday pageant Sunday the Montesanti Cabin Wednesday eve
he and his home tovvTl are entit- Matthews, Ernest Clayton, Marshall evening at the church under the di-
led to representation on the tick- McRae, Edgar Oldham, Champion : rection of Miss Rachel Gilchrist, Aux-
■ Fresh, Bernice Graham, Preston Mat- iliary president. The program was op-
The polls will be open all day i thews, Clifton Blue, Harold Eastwood,
tomorrow — until sundown. iJim Evans, Louis Williford, Wilbur
Don’t fail to express your pref-! Edwards, Teddy KUngenschmidt,
erence for the Democratic can-i Henry Borst and Emerson Oldham,
didates. State and County. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Keith and Lin-
— wood Keith went to Greenville on
ONE OF THE NATION’S .Monday to attend the graduation of
GREAT MINDS their daughter and sister. Miss Eliz-
Miss Margaret Neal and Jean Mc
Donald are visiting in Jonesboro.
Miss Alma Edwards of Queens Chi-
cora College is at home for the va
Miss Regina Blue of Raleigh spent
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Olive of the
Royalton PineS Dairy are opening tor
business this morning in the store ad
joining Pender’s on E^st Broad street
a new luncheon service specializing in
dairy products, ice cream and home,
cooked foods. Mrs. Olive and Mrs.
Martha Hoskins will welcome their
Delicious home-made cakes
cookies at the Curb Market.
One cannot help but admire i «^eth Keith, who was completing a
the senior United States Senator' four-year course at E. C. T. c. Miss
from North Carolina for stick-, Keith returned home with them,
ing to his post in Washington After spending several days with
while his opponents for the her niece, Mrs. C. I. Calcote, Mrs.
Democratic nomination for his Robert Hail returned on Tuesday to
position have been attacking him her heme in Richmond accompanied
from Manteo to Murphy. It is ^y Miss Margaret Edgar, who had
typical of a big man, and Sena-: ’^een visiting in the Calcote home for
tor Bailey is a big man. It takes, three weeks,
a big man to vote his convictions; Miss Marian Cameron returned last
in these days of party politics, i Louisburg College for the
Most of the attacks made! summer vacation,
against the Senator have been I The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Lawrence
upon his failure to uphold Pres-! and children, Lewis and Evelyn, of
ident Roosevelt on every con-! Falkland were here from Saturday
ceivable issue. He is, in short,' Monday and weie guests in the
being condemned for not being and Mrs. N, N, McLean,
a rubber stamp. Were it not for McNeill returned Sa^r-
a few Senator Baileys of inde- a visit with relatives at Rae-
pendent and courageous minds, Springs commun-
what need would there be of
House of Representatives or a Leon Byrd of Albemarle and Ed-
Senate? W'e would have had,i'^ard Griffin of Sanford visited Mr.
during the past few,years with and Mrs. G. W. Griffin Sunday.
Congress overwhelmingly Dem- Davis Westcott of Man-
ocratic, purely a government by and Mrs. Harry Midyette of Nor-
executive decree, the autocracy | visited Mrs. d. a. Smith this
which our forefathers fought to |
prevent in America. I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chappell and
In Washington Senator Bail-little daughter of Sanford spent the
ey is looked upon as one of the I week-end with Mr. and rMs. J. E.
great minds of the Senate. He|Ryrd.
has been an exceptional member' Miss Ossie Edwards returned to
of the upper house. It is seldom i Garner on Friday after visiting rela-
that a man in his first term in tives here.
Mrs. Bertie L. Matthews underwent
a nasal operation in Fayetteville last
week, but she is now able to be in
her place in the postoffice.
G. W. Griffin has been a semi.in-
valid for several years, but that does
not keep him from being a ‘Polly-
anna” in spirit.
In telling about a hard fall he suf
fered while walking a few days ago
he remarked that it was a good
thing that he didn’t have his teeth in
as he would have bitten his tongue
all to pieces. Luckily,,Mr. Griffin was
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. McMillan re
turned last week from their wedding
trip and are located in the Edwards
home here. They have opened a dry
goods store in the EMwards building.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Beasley and the
new member of the family, B. F. Jr.,
and Mrs. Nan Jennings o Raleigh,
Alex Wilson and Mr. Maiigum of
•New Hill were guests of Miss Mary
the Senate is given important
posts, important assignments.
The senior Senator from North
Carolina has been given both. He
is already a leader in the capital.
There is no telling how far he
will go in national councils in six
years more of Washington serv
ice. To defeat him in his party
primary at this time would be a
DR. RAYMOND PREACHES
AT CHURCH CENTENNIAL
Dr. and Mrs. C. Rexford Raymond
are visiting in Bellevue, O. Dr. Ray
mond preaches the sermon Sunday
night, June 7, at the First Congrega
tional Church in Bellevue which cel
ebrates its centennial June 6, 7. This
is the church in which Dr. Raymond
began his pastoral ministry. They will
return home in time to share in the
Children’s Day services at the Church
of Wide Fellowship, June 14th.
ened with a duet, "What Will You
Give to Jesus ” by Misses Mary Spiv
ey and Jeanette Wooten, after which
Mrs. J. M. Guthrie made an explana
tory talk about the pageant which
was entitled ’‘At the End of the Rain
bow,’’ and the cause it represented,
the church home, Montreat.
Mrs. D. C. Britton and Mrs. L. B.
McKeithen were hostesses at the
home of the former Friday morning
at a shower for Mrs. Loula Muse an
Mrs. Jewell Hemphill. After the
guests had assembled, little Carolyn
Guthrie entered vwth an umbrella
bearing several cards. On these cards
were instructions for finding various
gifts hidden in the rooms.
Arch McNeill of Florala, Alabama,
spent last week with his brother, the
Rev. N. D. McNeill.
Mrs. Loula Muse and Mrs. Jewell
Hemphill are spending some time in
Henderson with Dr. and Mrs. John
Miss Montie Pearl Bullock celebrat
ed her birthday Sunday and had as
dinner guests Miss Jessie Thomas,
Frank Loving and Ernest Badgett.
Miss Margaret Mcl^an of W. C. U.
N. C., Greensboro, and Mrs. J. D. Mc
Lean of Vanceboro have arrived to
spend several weeks here.
Miss Janie Muse has returned from
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Car.
lyle Gibson, in Rockingham.
Misses Idell Thomas and Flora
Philips spent Thursday in Raleigh.
Miss Mary Ellen Yelverton of
Farmville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W..
E. B. McNeiJl of Raeford spent
Monday with the Rev. and Mrs. N.
D. McNeill. |
Mrs. J. A. Rosser and daughter.
Miss Hazel, Miss Flora Phillips, Mrs.
M. D. Mclver and Miss Mamie Ar
nold left Saturday morning for Wash
ington, D. C. j
Miss Helen Cooper and Francis
Thomasson of^ Campbell’s College,
Buie’s Creek, arrived Wednesday to [
spend the summer vacation at their
SIXTH GRADE PUPILS
Norma Jean Palmer and Pamela
Goodwill of Mias Huntington’s sixth '
grade won certificates for perfect at- j
tendance this school year in Southern
Pines. Bonnie Woodell, Lois Morrison,
Jsyie Maloney, Winifred Harwell, Ma
rie Porter, Joyce Wilson and Phil
Danty Goodwill earned the Zaner-
Bloser grammar grade writing cer
tificate. Nearly all the grade won
the opening: of the
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