THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen., North Carolina
Friday, June 12, 1936
"World’s Fair’’ by Ark |
Pupils Great Success'
The Week in Vass
The Presbyterian Y. P. C. invited Anna Regers and Fred Ray.
Mrs. Hayes Announces Reopen- tjjp public to worship with them at! Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wilson of
ing of School for Fall Term
on October 6
the evening hour on Sunday, at which Mooresville are spending some time
time an enjoyable musical program with Mrs. Wilson’s mother, Mrs. D.
, was given under the direction of C. McGill.
Southern Pines has recently had a ^ Gladstone. A choir com- ; Worth McMillan of Fort Bragg visi
"World’s Fair, though the 'posed of Vass and Lakeview people j^ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
public may not have heard a ou i . ^ several numbers and there was McMillan last week-end.
It was presented by the pupils of The|^ ^ j Calcote.; . Marearet Bettina were
Ark^hool. Mary Frank McHU.an and W. „„r Sanford (rom
the Sprmg term, and was adjudge ^ Gladstone. Miss Marian Cameron p til Sunday
a brilliant success by the parents and Catherine McMillan sang „ t i, at home af
friends of the children who were selection. Two numbers of B- ^a^bert
^ “ . ■ . „ , ter undergoing treatment in the Lee
especial interest were a violin solo , ^
by Robert Rosser and a piano solo by. ^
Miss Cameron. Both performers are' Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bailey and chll-
talented young musicians, members d«en and Mrs. Kate Shaw of South-
of the 1935 class of Vass-Lakevlew ern Pines visited Mrs. W. J. Cameron
High School. The program concluded Sunday afternoon,
with request numbers. | Mrs. J. J. Parker went to Chapel
A physician from Duke University, Hill on Friday to attend the com-
Hospital will speak In the Vass Meth-' mencement exercises, and to see her
odist Church next Sundey evening on son, Herman, receive his M. A. degree
the ministry of healing and an of-! from the University of North Caro-
ferlng will be received for the Golden ^ llna.
Cross work. The public is cordially in-' Richard Grlfln, jr., of Hamlet Is
vlted to hear this speaker, who is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
SCOUTS T.\KE n-MILJE
HIKE TO PASS TEST
The countries represnt«d were
China, Russia, Sweden. Mexico, Hol
land, Switzerland, the Phlllipplnes,
Alaska and the United States. The
children collected and contributed an
amazing amount of products and
works of art from these various coun
tries which, with the flags of the na
tions floating above maSe the stalls
most attractive. Many of the exhibits
were In the nature of foodstuffs which
were later presented to the Moore
A large and appreciative gathering
•enjoyed the folk dancing on the lawn
which was a part of the program.
The Ark, of which Mrs. Mlllicent A.
Hayes Is principal, will reopen on
Tuesday, October 6th. Enrollments
for the Fall term are very promising
for all classes, from kindergarten
though the eighth grade. Including
re.sldent pupils. Clyde Wilson will a-
gain direct the creative English which
was such a feature this season. Mrs.
Rev. J. Fred Stimiion. P«*tor.
7:00—B. Y. P. U. Service.
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.—Prayer meetinn and
The Church of Wide Fellowihip
iiev, C. Rexford Raymond, D. D., Paator.
11:00 a. nti.—Morning worship.
6;.10 p. m.—Intermediate C. K
7:00 p. m.—Intermediate C. E.
Wednesday, 8:15 p. m.—Choir Rehearsal.
Union Service. 8:00 p. m.. alternating here
nnd at Kaptiat Church.
New Hami>»hire Ave., near Ashe St.
Services are held every Sunday at 11:00
Emmanuel Episcopal Charch
Kev. F. Craighill Brown, B. A.. B. D., Rector.
Siinday Service*—The first Sunday in the
month. Church School 9:80 a. m.; Holy Com
munion and sermon 11:00 a. m.
Other Sundays. Holy Communion, «:00 a.
m.: Church School, 9 :S0 a. m. • Morning
Prayer and sermon 11 a. m.
Saint's Days Service, Holy Communion,
10:00 a. m.
to occupy Rev. Mr. Hall’s pulpits on Mrs. G. W. Griffin.
In their northern
Sunday while he Is in Durham at- Marilyn Wood has returned from a
tending summer school. I visit with her grandmother Shaw on
Mrs. W .D. McCraney was hostess cameron route,
to the Presbyterian Auxiliary for the, Privette of Bailey and
June meeting and Mrs. C. I. Calcote Matthews of
Korea. The Bible study was con- ^ ^
ducted by Mrs. D. C. McGill. | daughters during the past week.
Mrs. S. R. Smith and Miss Kath
arine Graham, superintendent and pi-j l?TTl>l?ir A
anlst of the children’s department of I U IvHilvA
the Methodist Church school, were [
Hayes states that most gratifying re- j hostesses to children of their de-1 Lawrence McLeod, who holds a po-
porta have been received of all the p^rtment at a social held on the sitlon in Raleigh, and J. B. McLeod of
pupils who were graduated from the. church lawn on Monday afternoon State College visited home folks here
school last year, the majority being celebration of the closing of an Sunday.
attendance and new member contest. I John Tillman of near Sanford vls-
Games and relay races were enjoy- ited In the home of Mrs. Nettle Me
ed, after which refreshments were Rae Sunday.
served. Mrs. Herman Davis assisted Mrs. Walter McCasklll and children
the hostesses in serving. have returned home after a week’s
Miss Mary Florence Rtedford of visit with her parents near Sanford.
Hoffman was the guest of Miss Exie Mr. and Mrs. John McCasklll and
Beasley a part of last week. children of Durham visited relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Blue of Eureka here during the week-end.
were visitors in the J. B. Evans home , Mr. and Mrs. Alton Blue and baby,
Sunday. Peggy Joyce, visited relatives in Vass
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Griffin and Sunday,
the new daughter. Carolyn Elaine, of William Arnette of the U. S. Navy,
Sanford, spent the first of the week who is stationed in California, Is
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffin. spending .some time with his parents),
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. McMillan visited Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Arnette.
relatives in Selma Sunday and Miss Mrs. Tilton Hardy and daughters,
Margaret Lassiter of near Smithfield Ozelle and Maydaline of Cameron vls-
came home with them to .spend a ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
week or two. Verge Hardy Sunday.
■Miss Glennie Keith of Raleigh Mi.ss Mildred Blue who has been
spent the week-end here and Miss sprnding some time with her grand-
Elizabeth Keith returned to Raleigh mother, Mrs. Bob Short of near
with her for a week's training be- Doubs Chapel Church, hdS .eturned
fore taking up her duties as a rep- to her home here,
resentative fcr a book concern for Mis.ses Lillie Hardie and Lela Evans
th: summer months. 'f Winston-Salem are visiting Miss
Miss Minerva Thompson of Lemon Hardie’s relatives in this community.
Springs is vi.siting in the home of Buna Blue, who has been visiung
her nephew, T. Frank Cameron. her grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Evans of
Mrs. A. G. Edwanis and small Vass returned to her home Sunday,
sons. Max and Baxter, visited Mrs. The following are leaving this week
Presbyterian Church in The Civic Club
E. 1.. Barber, Pastor
Services Second and Fourth Sunday morn
ings 11:00 a. m.
First and Third Sunday evennigs 8:00 p. m.
Church School each Sunday morning 9 ;45.
W. G. Blue, Superintendent.
Rev. Marcus A. Brownson, D. D.. Teacher
Adult Bible Class.
91. Anthony's Catholic Charch
Rev. Thomas A. Williams. Pastor
Mass will be offered every Sunday at 8:00
Devotions every Sunday evening at T :I0.
Confessions will be heard on Saturdays from
4:S0 to 5:80 and from 7:30 to 8:S0.
Mass will be offered every werk-day at 7 :J0.
Instruction class will be held for grammar
school children on Sunday at 11 :iO, and for
High School pupils on Saturday at 10:00.
On Monday afternoon Saint An
thony’s Troop Number 1 went on Its
first official hike of the summer
months. Led by the scoutmaster the
boys walked to Thagard’s pond, a
round trip of 17 miles. This hike
served a two-fold purpose. All the
boys passed their requirement of a
14-mlle hike and several passed such
requirements as cooking and fire-
making. When the troop arrived at
the pond Charles Phillips set to work
and soon had a most delightful "Hun
ters Stew” that tasted better than
even Mother could make.
At the last troop meeting two con
tests got under way, one for profi
ciency In plaster of parls work with
the reward a scout watch, and the
other a contest In woodcraft with a
Scout knife as the coveted prize.
These awards will be made at the
Court of Honor to be held Monday,
June 22, at Pinehurst,
OBSERVT': FE.AST OF CORPUS
CHRISTI HERE OX SUN'D.W
This Sunday, June 14th the Fesist
■of Corpus Christi will be solemnly
•tommemorated at Saint Anthony’s
Catholic Church. The Holy sacrifice
th? Mass will be offered at 8:00
«nd at 10:30 and a sermon on the
Blessed Sacrament will be given at
ftach mass. In the evening at '.'tSO the
Corpus Christi Procession will be
formed in the church and wend its
way through the parish grounds.
For the past week the Dominican
Sisters from Raleigh have been train
ing the children for this procession,
which will be a gr;at .source of edi
fication to all in Southern Pines.
■Everyone is most welcome to attend
and invited to pay honor to God in the
MI.SS BAIR PRE.SENTS POOL
T.XBLE TO .MEN’S C'Ll B
Rev. A. J. McKelway, Pastor.
9:45 a. m.—Sunday: Church School
11:00 a. m.—Morninu Worship.
7:15 p. m.—Young PeoplcB* Wornhip
8:00 p. m.- Evening Worship.
I WedncBday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-we«k worship.
Roman Catholic Church
Rev. W. J Dillon, Pastor
Mass each Sunday morning at 9:00.
o’clock during summer months.
We«'k-day Masses at (f :00 a. m.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has qualified as Adminis
tratrix of the Estate of Mary John
son. Any and all persons having
claims or demands against the said
estate are hereby notified to present
them to the undersigned at Aberdeen.
N. C., within twelve months from the
date hereof, duly attested. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are not
ified to make immediate payment to
ELLA J. HECKART,
Aberdeen, N. C. June 12, 1936. Jull7
a concrete blo'^k at the southwestern
intersection of the Sandy Run Clay
! Road and the Pinehurst-Jackson
Springs Clay Road; thence with the
S:uth:rn edge of the Sandy Run Clay
Road North 72 3-4 West 580 feet to
a concrete block, a corner of Peach-
land. Incorporated; thence parallel
with the peach orchard Peachland,
Inc., and 16 feet East of the nearest
row of peach trees South 33 1-4 West
230 feet to a concrete block; thence
with a line of Peachland, Incorporat
ed, South 78 1-4 East 588 feet to a
concrete block on the Western edge
of said Pinehurst-Jackson Springs
Road; thence with the said road
North 35 3-4 East 17.3 feet to the
beginning, containing 2.68 acres,
more or less, being a part of the o-
riglnal tract known aa Peachland,
(5) Fifth Tract. Beginning at a
stake on the North ,€dge of the Old
Morganton Road and the Southeast
ern edge of the Pinehurst-Jackson
Springs Clay Road, a corner of the
six acres now owned by Frank Smith
and runs thence with the first line
of aald six acres South 56 1-2 East
15.45 chains to a stake In A. S. New
comb’s line; thence aa I^ewcomb’a
line South 26.8 East 10.20 chains to
a stake in said line; thence North 56
1.2 West 24.2 chains to a stake be
side the Jackson Springs and Pine
hurst Clay Road; thence with the
road North 34 East 5.2 chains to the
beginning corner excepting a apace
25 feet wide along the road way to
be reserved and kept for a park way,
walk and planting space containing
over and above 10 acres. Excepting a
small lot one acre more or less deed
ed to L. A. Dunn this year.
This 28th day of May, 1936.
U. L. SPENCE.
NOTICE OF LAND S.VLE
Ab«rdc*n Baptist Churrh
Rev. Ernest M. Harris, Pastor.
Sunday School every Sunday morning
l«:«0 a. m. J. A. Hryant, Superintendent
Prcarhinif and Worship Service each second
and fourth Sundays at 11:00 a m. and 7:45
p. m. H. Y. P. U. evciy Sunday at 6:30 p.
m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7:45
Rethrsda Presbyterian Church
Rev K. L. Barber, Pastor
Hours of worship: Sunday School each
Sunday a. m. ; Worship First and Third
Sunday mornings 11:00 a. m.: Second ind
Fourth Sunday evenings :00 p. m.
Paxe Memorial M. R. Church
Rev. L. M. Hall, Pastor.
j F'irst Sunday—Preachini^ 7:30 p. m.
! Second Sunday--Preaching 11:00 a. m.
I Third Suntiay—PreaohinR 7 :30 p. m.
I Fourth Sunday—-Preaching 11:00 a. m. and
7 :'^0 p. m.
1 Sunday School every Sunday at 0:45 a. m.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Young Peo
ples meeting at 7 :00 p. m. Preaching second
Sunday night at 7:80. Fourth Sunday morn
ing at 11 :00 o’clock.
Through the generosity of Miss Bir-
<ilia Bair of Southern Pines, the
Men’s Club has a new combination
fcilliard and pool table. The gift was'Edward’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. attend summer school: Miss Mary
Min.unced this week by Charles Mac- Bundy, in Raleigh during the week- Kelly to Wake Forest, Miss Lucille
auley, secretary of the club, and the end. Mr. Bundy who recently suffered McLeod to Boone, and Miss Myrtle
mnouQcement was followed by the a stroke of paralysis, is showing grat- McCaskill to Chapel Hill.
arrival of the table at the clubhouse ifying improvement and is now able —
itn Pennsylvania avenue, where Ted to walk s:me. NIAGARA
Kennedy has been busy during the Franklin and Mary Beasley of An-
week setting it up. Miss Bair s gift sonville are spending a few days Mrs. J. V. Snipes and children mo-
also mcluded several sets of ivory with their aunt, Miss Mary Beasley, tored to Chapel Hill and vicinity Sun-
4ialls and a number of cues. The Men s Will Crook of Chapel Hill was the day.
dinner guest of Vick Keith Sunday. Little Bettie Dunlap of Pinehurst
E. B. Keith and family of Pine- spent the week-end with Patricia
hurst and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keith Ray.
Mr. and Mr,s. C. E. Lee left Satur-
Sunday. day for Biltmore where they plan to
Ml', and Mrs. W. E. Gladstone .spend a few weeks.
Mrs. B. J. Costello and son of New
Rov. Clyde O. Newell, B. A., B. D.
0:45 a. m.—Church School.
11:00 a. m.—Preaching Service.
6:30 p. m.—Epworth League. Junior.
7 :30—Kpworth League. Young People.
•Club now has two tables.
ED'S CAFE MOVES TO NEW
BKO.AD STREET LOtJ.XTION of Raeford visited Mrs. Jane Keith
One of Southern Pines well known
flbstitutions. Ed's Cafe, removed this went to Raleigh the first cf the week
week to its new location in the Lew- to attend summer school at State York state have leased a cottage and
^ Building on East Broad street, ad- College. plan to spend the summer months
/oining the Carolina Th.atre. The Jo.seph Matthews and Ben May- here.
tuilding until recently occupied by the field of Murphy, student at State L, D. Williams and family left on
■Curb Market, has been completely ai d College College, spent the week-end Thur.sday for Bethleham, N. H. for
attractively remodeled by Ed Starnes, College, spent the week-end with the summer months,
owner of Ed's Cafe, and opened for Jos?ph’s parent.s, Mr. and Mrs. W, D. J, w. Frank remains critically ill at
business the forepart cf the week. In Matthews, leaving Sunday evening his home here,
Mrs. C. L. Tate of Chadbourn
'^P’nt a day last week h:re with Mrs.
Ben H. Wood.
M . and Mrs. J. A. Hayes. Miss Ber- J. Vance Rowe of Aberdeen, judge
The Stat: Highway Department has tha Dickens and Roy Womble of San. of the County Recorder’s Court, will
tad a crew busy this W3ek repaii ing fojxl vi.sited at the G, W, Griffin home be the .speaker at next Wednesday’s
me double road between Pinehurst ^'unday evening. meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Aber-
<ind Southern Pines, damaged last Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Temple went to deen. discussing law enforcement and
winter by snow and frpst, '’•'riford on Thursday evening of last related subjects.
iddition to his cafe and restaurant
business, Mr. .Stafnes plans to fea
ture private dan'’ing parties,
KIOPAin DOl BLE IIO.VI)
n IXJE KOWE TO SPEAK
-\T KIU.WIS MEETING
Deep Creek Baptist Church
Myron M. Adams^. Mininter. 0-iier of Service**
Sunday School at 10:15 a. m. every Cord's
Preaching services at 11 o’clock a. m.. the
f’rat and third Sundays.
Mr. Stimson’s sermon subject at the
Southern Pines Baptist Church Sun
day morning will be “The Tower of
The Rev, F, T, Klcman, chaplain of
St. Mary’s School, Raleigh, will have
charge of the service and preach the
sermon at 11 o’clock Sunday morning
at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church.
Sunday school will be at 9:30 In the
Time of services Sunday mornings
in the Sacied Heart Church, Pine
hurst, has been changed from 8:00
o’clock until nine.
“God, the Preserver of Man’ will be
the subject cf the lesson-sermon Sun
day morning at the Christian Science
The Rev, John R, Williams, evan
gelist, of Atlanta, Ga., will preach at
the Presbyterian Church services In
the Civic Club Sunday afternoon at
Under and by virtue of a judgment
of the Superior Court of Moore Coun
ty, North Carolina, In an action
therein pending wherein L, E. Smith
Is plaintiff and J. W, Smith, Admin
istrator of the estate of Emery
Smith, deceased, et al, are defend
ants, the undersigned will offer for
■t sale to the highest bidder for cash, at
‘ the courthouse door or Moore Coun
ty, North Carolina, in the Town of
Carthage, on Monday, the 6th day of
July, 1936, at twelve o’clock Noon,
those certain tracts or parcels of land
situate in Mooie County. North Car
olina, and in Mineral Springs Town
ship, de.scribed as follows, to wit:
(1) One tract of land beginning
at a stake beside the peach orchard, a
few yards South of the Old Mcrgan-
ton Road, in the original dividing line
between J, R. McQueen and after
wards Ehrhardt, and Page lands, and
running thence as the line of the or-
I chard. North 14 3-4, East 10 88-100
chains to a stake, a corner of the
oichard; thence as Crocker's line.
South 73 West 20,17 chains to a stake
Corker’s corner: thence South Four
West .5 chains to a stake Corse Burns
corner on the Morganton Road;
thence as Burns line along said Mor
ganton Road, South 78 East 15
chains to a stake; thence as another
line of Burns land South Four West
9 chains to a stake, in the Old Mc
Queen line. North 71 East 10.22
chains to the beginning, containing
34 1-2 acres more or less,
(21- Second Tract, Beginning at a
stake the original corner of the Page
and McQueen, later Ehrehart lands,
and running thence as another Page
line by its corner North Four East
18,38 chains to a stake beside the
Morganton Road, Emery Smith’s
corner; thence as the Emery Smith
line South 78 East as the Morganton
Road 15 chains to a stake Smith’s
corner; thence as another Smith line.
South Four West 9 chains to a stake
In a Page line; thence as said line
South 71 West 16 chains to the be
ginning, containing 20 acres more or
(3) Third Tract. Beginning at
the run of the Supply Branch Dr.
W. L, Kingsleys North West corner
and running thence as the original
line of the J. R. Page Agent South
.56 East 3 chains and .50 links to a
stake corner In the Emery Smith
line; thence as Emery Smith line
also and original line of the J. R.
Page Agent land South Four West
123 chains and 45 links by a stake at
the edge of the Pinehurst Sandy Run
Road to the center of the road; thence
North said road three calls as fol
lows; (1) North 80 1-2 West 1*2 chains
.and 84 links; (2) North 58 West 1
chain and 25 links; (3) North 36
We.st 2 chains and 70 links to the
centcr of the dam across the supply
blanch used as a bridge by said
road Dr. Kingsley's South Eant cor.
ner; thence up the various courses of
the supply branch to the beginning,
containing 14.6 acres nore or less,
(41 Fourth Tract. Beginning at
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has qualified as administra
tor of the estate of H. A. McCallum.
Any and all persons having claims or
demands against the said estate are
hereby notified to present them to the
undersigned at Southern Pines, on or
before May 2, 1937, or this notice will
be pleaded In bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
notified to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
M, DAVID McCALLUM.
May, 2, 1936,
Southern Pines, N. C.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority vested in. the undersign
ed Commissioner in a certain judg
ment rendered in the Superior Court
of Moore County, North Carolina, In
an action entitled, “Pinehurst, Incor
porated vs Gould Sbt>w.’ and pur.suant
to the terms of said judgment, the un
dersigned Commissioner therein li.
ccnsed and appointed -vill offer for
sale, for cash, to the highest bidder, at
the Court House Door in the town of
Carthafre, North Carolina, at the hour
of twelve o’clock Noon, on Monday,
June 29, 19.36, the following described
Lyin*^ and being: in Moore County,
North Carolina, Beginning at a stake
on Leonard Tufts’ southeastern boun-
line north of the Norfolk-South-
pn Railway spur track, said p int be
ing the northern boundary line of
Yadkin avenue thence with Tuft’s
line and Lindley’s dividing line N, 3
d£g, 45 min. East 2906 feet to an iron
pipe. Lindley’s and Bilyeu’s corner;
thence with Bilyeu’s line S, 80 deg.
30 min. East 749 feet to a stake;
thence S, 3 deg, 45 min. West 2936
feet to a point in the northern line of
Yadkin Avenue; thence in a westerly
direction 754 ft to the point of begin
ning, containing .50 acres, together
with all the right, title and Interest In
and to that part of Yadkin Avenue
l.ving and being immediately .south of
the above described prope^,ty.
The above *s a portion of 750 acres
deeded to J, Van Lindley Orchard
Company by Benjamin Douglas and
wife, dated April 15. 1891, and Is a
acres grajited to P, C.-
Shaw, Grant No, 4820 and deeded by
the J, Van Lindley Orchard Co, to
Paul C. Lindley and wife, Helen Gunn
Lindley. by deed dated May 19. 1919,
to which deed reference is hereby
ular description of the property,
made for a more accurate and partlc-
This 26th day o./« May, 1936,
FRANK W McCLUER, JR,,
June 5, 26 Commissioner.
They Alwavs Come Baclc for More
By RUBE GOLDBERG'
I Ask: .sQTie-
Oife -Tts SIT
u)rm He it
UiO/OfT BG AA^
\ fc*yO>'T OJGR
'-vVVmt to -SBE
HouJ CA/O I
THIS IS THe
•I Bn N
. ..u itorTI
At a regular meeting of the Mayor
and Board of Town Commissioners of
' the Town of Southern Pines, at the
1936, the Board unanimously adopted
City Hall, held on the 20th day of May
the frilowiiig amendment to the
Standard Milk Ordinance which was
adopted by the Board of Town Com-
mi.ssioners on February 3rd, 1926,
this amendment to be in.serted in the
said Ordinance at the bottom of page
18 and at the end of Sub-section ONE,
Section 7, of said ordinance, immed
iately after the^ following: “Herda
showing reactors on any test shall be
retested within six months, but not
before the lapse of sixty days.”
(B) “Bangs DISEASE — CONTA
GIOUS ABORTION. A three tube di
lution serological blood test of all
herds and additions thereto shall be
made before any milk therefrom is
sold, and as often thereafter as the
h.alth officer may direct, A certifi
cate identifying each animal and sign
ed by a licensed veterinatian and
filed with the health department shall
be evidence of the above test.
Dat. d this 2nd day of June, 1936.
H, F, BURNS,
J12 Town of Southern Pines.