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THE PILOT, Southern Pinea and Aberdgep., North Carolina
Friday, June 26, 1936.
The Week in Aberdeen
the help of the many volunteer work' i|.EGALj NOTICES
ers of the community who asslsited,
and contributed to Its succeaa.
; NORTH CAROLINA,
Miss Nora Norris of the State Blind, Miss Thelma McFarland of Raleigh ' Miss Janie Garrett haa returned to' roilRT
=scliool, Raleigh, Is spending the sum-, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. McFar- Greensboro after a visit writh her fath- , NOTICE OF SERVICE BY
iier vacation in Aberdeen, visiting i lar^l last week-end. , er, C. B. Garrett here.
Ernest Harrif Jr., who has recent-' '
Vliss Minnie Pleasants.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leach, Mrs. ly graduated in Law from the George
Sadie Leach. Miss Janette Loach and Washington University in Washing-
Mrs. Rena Sims spent last Sunday at
Katharine Page and Rudy Page are
leaving for the western part of North
Carolina this week, where Katherine
will attend Camp at Greystone, and
ton, D. C., Is spending some time with
Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson attended
the Institute for Officers of Federated
Clubs In Chapel Hill last week.
Mrs. H. A. Gunter is visiting in
Rudy at Mondamln, both camps be- Durham this week where her mother
ing near Tuxedo. is very ill.
Chris Page ShamDurger and his ^rs. W. T. Huntley has returned
sister, Myrtle Alice, are visiting their f^om the Sanatorium In Charlotte
uncle. J. R. Page. Jr., at New Bern y^rhere she has been undergoing hospi-
thls week. tal treatment for several weeks.
Woodrow McDonald, a member of j^jrs. E. P. Blackley and Mrs. H. C.
the CCC Camp at Burlington, spent gherren of Hamlet were guests of
last Sunday with his parents near ^ ^,.3. Lizzie Thomas last Tuesday.
Aberdeen. Miss Margaret McNeill celebrated
Mrs. G. A. Charles is in Flaleigh tenth birthday at her home on
visiting Dr. Charles, while taking a Tuesday afternocn with a delightful
Teachers Extension Course at State party.
College. Miss Martha Lou Bryan entertaln-
Mlss Frances Wimberly Is leaving | ed a large number of her friends on
this week for Dixville Notch, New : Wednesday afternoon at her home,
Hampshire, where she has accepted a ; the occasion being her ninth birthday,
position for the summer at The Bal- Mrs. Charles E. Pleasants, Jr., was
sams Hotel. j hostess to the Walter Hines Page
Mrs. J. R. Page and Mrs. Frank Book Club and a number of addltion-
Shamburger left Wednesday for Lyn- ai guests at the Community House
- - At this
Lindsey H. Cameron, Plaintiff vs.
Lula Brown, widow, Nora Bowman,
widow, Muriel Bowman, Lula Bow
man, Ruth B. Oam^^on, T. C. Bowman,
Willie Bowman, and Nora Bowman.
Guardian ad litem of Muriel Bowman
and Lula Bowman, minors, defend*
The defendants, Lula Brown, T. C.
Bowman and Willie Bowman, will
take notire that an action entitledf as
Rev. J. Fred Stimwn.
m D Y p TT SCTViC^
Thurnday. 7:30 p.' m.-Pray#r meeting and above has been commenced in the Su-
Lesson Study. perior Court of Moore County. North
I Carolina, to foreclose a certain tax
The rhnrch of Wide Feiinwihio i aales certificate issued to the plantiff
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D., Faator
11:00 a. m.—Morninit worship
7 :00 p, m.—Intermediate C. E.
Wednesday. 8:15 p. m>—Cboir Rehe«r»*l.
Left to Wishes of People
^rhoHe Desirous of VV. P. A. Pro
gram Should Write In Iheir
An important letter concerning all
W P A Projects has been received at
the Moore County Public Health De
partment anc^ we give it as follows;
"The continuation of the Community
Sanitation program in ycur county
After July first will be largely the
responsibility of your W P A district
director. It Is to be expected that in
aelecting the projects to be continued
by the W P A that the W P A district
director will be guided largely by the
wishes of the people who are directly
affected by the project. In fact, the
W P A officals in Washington have
indicated that this work will not be
continued unless the need and value of
such projects can be affirmatively de
“Inasmuch as you and I are desirous
«f having the Community Sanitation
Program continued by the Works Pro
gress Administration in your county,
we believe it is highly important for
the local health workers and influen
tial citizens to make known their pre
ference of projects by writing the
WPA district I chburg and Lexington, Va.. motoring I last Thursday afternoon.
this type on file in the WPA district ■ shenncdoah Valley, and meeting Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson gave | R<-v. Marcus a, i TION.
from heaUh worker., influen- “ by «'m.msbu,g ’ a ,.po« on her vlM, to the Club In-' H. Caih.ron PlaMift,
tial citizens and others Interested, ju;,i o. u ' ^ula Brown, widcw, Nora Bowman,
claims or demands against the said
estate arc 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
ELLA J. HECKART,
Aberdeen, N. C. June 12, 1936. Jull7
New Hampshire Ave.. near Ashe St.
Service* are held every Sunday at 11:00
Emmannrl Epiuo^al Chnrch
Rev. F. CraiKhiil Hrown. B. A.. B. D.. Rector.
Sunday Services—Thj (irat Sunday in the
month. Church School 9:30 a. m.; Holy Com
munion and sermon 11 :00 a. m.
Other Sunday.*). Holy Communion. 8:00 a.
m.; Church School. »:30 a. m. ■ Morninn
Prayer and sermon 11 a. m. j t,,-„ or Tull7
Saint's Days Service. Holy Communion, j JUne M JUIK.
10:00 a. m.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
'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
o . . J is plaintiff and J. W. Smith, Admin-
cnSeptember 10th 1934; and the said of the estate of Emery
defendants. Lula Brown, T. C. Bow- smith, deceased, et al, are defend-
man. will further take notice that
they are required to appear before the
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
County within thirty days from the
service of the Summons, and answer
cr demur to the Complaint in said ac
tion, or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in said
Dated this 22d day of June, 1936.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Prfsbylerian Church in The Civic Clab
E. I.. Barber, Pastor |
Services Second and Fourth Sunday morn- j
ings 11:00 a. m. |
First and Third Sunday cvenniKs 8:00 p. m. I
Cl.urch School each Sunday morninit 9:45. |
W. E. Blue. Superintendent. |
IX THE SVPERIOU COURT
NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS CL.AIM-
INO ANY INTEREST IN THE
sub.if:ct matter of this ac-
will show the necessity and desirabil
ity . f Community Sanitation projects.
And will, therefore, be of much value
in securing the continuation of the
sanitation pi'ojects in your county.
It is felt, therefore, that letters from j
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leach are mov- stitute In Chapel Hill. The program , st. Anthony-, C^thoiir tnurch , Bowman, Lula Bow
ing to Fayetteville this week. ,was a .study cr tne state or soum ; *, .00 man, Ruth B. Cameron, T, C. Bowman
Billy Bethune left Wednesday night. Carolina, with an interesting paper io:»o. » 7.«n 1 Willie Bowman, and Nora Bowman.
* J ^ I ^ ^ ^ I npvotiona everv Sunday eveninz at 7:30. i ^ ^
aci litem for Muriel Bowman
Bowman, miners. Defend
leave shortly for the Naval Training and another interesting reading by
Instruction class will be held for Krartiinar j
Mi <? H W Doub on “Authors of i »''>’ooi children on Sunday at 11 ;30. and for j All other persons claiming anv in-
• • • lHi.rh School pupils on Saturday at 10:00. subject matter of the
piNEHi'RST ! above named action, will take notice
.or Raleigh where he was enlisted at given by Mrs. Forrest Lockey on, Srjns wuUeTard^
the Navy Recruiting Station. He will , ‘ South Carolina, the Palmetto State" i ‘7:30. i
. ’ . Station, Norfolk. Va.
you and many others m your county | pjeasants, cashier of the South Carclina. The musical hour,
as you and ycur sanitarian can induce ^ pmehurst, Aberdeen branch ^ with Miss Ruth McFarland singing
to write will be of inestimable value ^ vacation, and Dwight and Mrs. E. T. McKeithen accompany-
in promoting commumty sanitation, the Carthage Branch is sub-' ing her at the piano was much en
in your county after July 1. We should ,
have copies of these letters on file n who .. , - v w .•
this office, since they will be of help Metropolitan Life Insurance birthday last Thursday, June 18th.' m.-Even.n« Worsh.p.
associated Mrs. Lillie Blue was honored on her
to us in contacting the WPA officials.,
Company in Chicago, isjrspending his when she was 81 years old, by a large
that an action entitled as above has
Community Church j been commenced in the Superior
Rev. A. J. McKelway, Pastor. m i ^
9:4.^ a. m.—Sunday: Church School and 1 <^onrt rf Moore County, North Caro
11:00 a. m.—Morninjr Worship.
7:15 p. m.—Vounif Peoples' Worship
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-week worship.
Roman Catholic Church
Rev. W. J Dillon, Pastor
Mass each Sunday morning at 9:00.
■The present WPA Community j jjjg parents. cake present*”* to ’ f b;,he Woman’s
Sanitation projects, as you know will Charles B. Thomas, Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church,
expire on or betore July 1, 1936. This Stewart Weaver, Mr. During the day many friends and i-el-, o’clcck during summer months,
makes it important that the above ^nd Mrs. George Martin and Fred’wea- atives called. | Weck-day Masses at S:oo a. m.
mentioned letters be dispatched , ^er have leturned from a fishing trip ^ Aberdeen
the WPA district director i^med- ^ JACKSON SPRINGS I Aberdeen Baptist Church
. J Melvin Jernigan is making a satis- at
"Please send your letter to District factory recovery at the Moore County Jackson Springs Home Demonstra- i«:oo a. m. J. a. Hryant. Superintendent.
Director, H. J. Thurman Greensboro, Hospital following a recent appendl- tion club met Monday afternoon wirh ' 8nrt"'fou"^h"sun^yTat'' n-oo''a m*'and*?:45
and a copy t Warren H. Booker, citis operation. Miss Dorothy Fishel as hostess. Elev-[ ^ every
Director Collaborating Sanitary En- The Rev. John R. Williams, evange- en membeis and two visitors were p. m.
^neer, Raleigh N.C.’* | ijgt, went to Norton, Va., last Satur- present. Miss Flora McDonald gave Kcthesda Presbyterian Church
^^ I day to conduct a series of services, af- an interesting account of her trip to , Hours o”*“''wo^r»h\-p :”“s!Tnyiay“^^^^ each
VASS DEWBERKY M.ARKET I ^gj. closing a most successful meeting Wa.shington to the Farm W §ien’s | Sunday 9:4r> a. m.; Worship First and Third
closes rOR the SE.ASON Aberdeen Presbyterian Church, convention. Missc McDonald urged j Fnurt”h S'JTda'y'rveninBs'*8;M p.^m^
I John D. Thompson of Winstou-Sa- the women '« try attend the Short
The Vass dewberry auction mar- jg spending some time in Aber- Course in Raleigh this year.
ket, which for the fourth season was ^s the guest of his brothers, I. A. Miss Floyd Richardson, a student
operated by the Chadbourn Market- Thompson and Jesse D. Thompson. nurse in the Thompson Memorial Hos
ing Company, closed on Tuesday. Con- j yy Newell and daughters, pital, Lumberton, is spending a two
gidering the quantity and quality of ^is. J. D. Ellis and Mrs. J. A. Sturdi- wesks’ vacation with her parents, Mr.
the berries which the growers had to vant of Florence, S. C., are visiting and Mrs. O. S. Richardson,
offer, prices were very satisfactory, ^^s. Joe Pleasants. D, H. Matheson is home for a few
much more so than would have been yiy ^lud Mrs. Dill, n Jordan are vis- days from Raleigh. He had as his
received by the old system of mar- iting in Newark, N. J., the guests of guest through the week-end, C. A.
keting. their daughter. Mrs. John Schafer. , Shelly, a student at State College.
The spring drought cut the crop Misses Jane Holcombe of Fayette- ' Misses Lucille Barber, Sarah Ruth
«hort ar}d the berries failed to develop ville and Nina Ferguson of Pittsboro Cuirie and Sarah Margaret Clark are
to their full growth, many of the last are guests in the home of Mr. and attending the Yeung People’s Confev-
ih some fields drying up. The heavy Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson. ence at Flora Macdonald,
rains cf the past several days pro- Mrs. B. Deaton and daughter. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Huey Autry from Au-
kmged the season and helped quite a Dorothy, visited K. G. Deaton last tryville visited Mrs. O. S. Richardson
bit. but. were too late to bring the week. . Sunday. Miss Eva Richardson retum-
■crop to normal. Mrs. Sophia Hicks of Raleigh was ^ ed home with them after a visit of
] the guest of Miss Elizabeth David for ■ two weeks with her grandfather. J.
HEAL EST.ATE TR.ANSFERS several days last week. V. Autry of Autryvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Byrd, with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas and son
Charles Jackson Dellinger to W. V. W. M. Byrd and Miss Julia Hardister Gerald of Southern Pines spent Sun-
Williams and wife, property in Moore of Asheley Heights, attended the fun- ■ day atemoon with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Chartes Jackson Dellinger to Walter
Silyeu aaid wife, property in Moore
Catharine E. Aeschlimann to Rob
ert Alex. Aeschlimann. property in
eral of Tcmmie Talbert at Mount Gil- C. Thomas. Joe, Jr., returned home
ead last Thursday. with them after having spent the
Miss Mary Harrington of Winston- , past week with his grandparents.
Salem spent the past week-end in Miss Zelma Clark o New York City,
town visiting her father, John T. Har* is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
rington. ' M. A. Clark.
Mrs. Jesse Carter of Raleigh arriv- Mrs. C. E. Russell from Greenville,
ed last week to be the guest of her Miss., is visiting her son, Willard C.
' Johnson here.
Robert Johnson, a student at Elise Irvin Markham spent last week-end
W. R. Clegg. Commissioner ,to G, ^ ^ ^ barter. Sr.
J. Thomas, property in Carthage
township. I High School. Hemp, was the gviest of , In Greensboro.
Richard W. Lachlne to Elizabeth June Campbell last week. j The Daily Vacation Bible School
Hanna Davidson, property in Moore Miss Flora Lee Freeman of Wash- closed last Friday night. June 19th.
ington, D. C., is spending two weeks Forty diplomas were given for at-
" in Aberdeen, visiting her parents. tendance and accomplishments and
Professor R. C. Zimmerman and the school wa.s regarded by all as a
I family are spending some time visit- very successful one. Charles Garrett
I ing relatives at Duncan, S. C. presented the diplomas. He was the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown cf Mur- jptincipal cf the school and the Bible
I freesville were guests of Mr. and Mrs.; teacher. The pastor, the Rev. R. G.
' Jack Taylor last Thursday.
Breads and Pastries
Cakes sind Candies
Paice Memorial M. E. Charch
Rev, L. M. Hall, Pastor.
Kirst Sunday—I'rearhin* 7:30 p. m.
Second Sunday—Preachinif JI :00 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7 :JIO p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m. and
I ::10 p. m.
Sunday Schoo! every Sunday at 9:45 a. m.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m Young Peo-
pleii meeting at 7:00 p. m. Preaching second
Sunday niicht a 7 ;30. Fourlh Sunday morn-
intr at 11 :00 o'clock.
Rev. Clyde O. Newell. B. A., B. D.
9:45 a. m.—Church School.
11:00 a. m.~Preachinp Service.
b:30 p. m.—Epwurlh Lca^uo, Junior.
7:30—Epworth Leaeue. Youns People.
"Christianity versus Communism”
is the topic of Dr. Raymond's sermon,
Sunday at 11:00 at tne Church of
Wide Fellowship. At the Commun
ity Vesper service at 7:00 p. m. He
will give tho second in the series of
addresses on “The Life of St. Paul.”
At the Emmanuel Episcopal Church,
Sunday, June 28, Holy Communion will
be at 8:00 a. m., Church school at
9:30 a. m. and Morning Prayer and
Sermon at 11:00 a. m.
The Rev. Harvey A. Cox of St. Sa
viour’s Church, Raleigh, will have
charge of the service.
There will be a meeting of the con
gregation of the Southern Pines Pres
byterian Church immediately after
the morning worship, Sunday, June 28.
This meeting is called for the purpose
of deciding upon a name for the
The lesson-sermon at the Christian
Science Church Sunday June 28, will
Matheson expressed his gratitude for be “Christian Science."
lina, to foreclose a certain tax sale'<
certificates and lien for taxes held by
I indsey H. Cameron, the plaintiff, for
the year 1933 mentioned in the Com
plaint against that certain lot of land,
lying and being in McNeills Town-
."hip. S"uthern Pines, Moore Countj',
North Carolina and more particular
ly described as follows:
BEING LOT NO. 6 In Block L&13.
as shown on a map entitled “A Map
of the town of Southern Pines, N. C..”
pnd recorded in the Moore County
And all of whom will further take
notice that they are required to ap
near before the Clerk of the Superior stake corner in the
Court at his office in the Court House
in Carthage, Moore County, and pre
sent and defend their res^'ective
claims within six months from the
date hereof, or be forever barred from
any and all interest therein or claims
in or to the proceeds from a .sale
Dated this 22nd day of June, 1936.
J26Jull7 Clerk of the Superior Court.
ants, the undersigned wlU offer for
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 Moore County, North C^r^
olina, and In Mineral Springs Town*
ship, described as follows, to wit!
(1) One tract of land beginning
at a stake beside the peach orchard, a
few yards South of the Old Morgan-
ton Road, In the original dividing line
between J. R. McQueen and after
wards Ehrnardt, and Page lands, and
running thence as the line of the or
chard, North 14 3-4, Eaat 10 88-100
chains to a stake, a corner of the
orchard; thence as Cracker's line,
South 73 West 20.17 chains to a stake
Corker's corner; thence South Four
West 5 chains to a stake Corse Burna
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.
(2)—Second Tract. Beginning at a
stake the original corner of the Page
'ind 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. Begimiing 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
NOTICE OF SALE OF L.AND
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the Interlocutory Order of
Foreclosure made and enter“d by the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Moore
County on the 18th day of May 1936
in the matter of the TOWN OF
SOUTHERN PINES. Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA LUTHER WILLIMS and hus
band. JOHN WILLIAMS and A. J.
BUIE. Defendants, same being record
ed in Land Tax Sales Judgment Dock
et No. 1, at page 109, in the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Moore County, the undersigned Com
missioner, will on
MONDAY, JULY ISth, 1986 at
12:00 O'CUOCK NOON
at the Court House door in Carthage,
Aloore County, North Carolina, sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described
BEING LOT No. 2, in Block N &
12. as shown on a map entitled “A
Map of the Town of Southern Pines,
N. C.,” and recorded in the Moore
Dated this 12th day of June, 1936.
J. VANCE ROWE,
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
At.'! N.ov? Whf> TK« Ba’T4anasT
\ Come -To
AFTCR » WALldtl>
Ampriran New» Fontiircn Irvc
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 12 chains
and 84 links; (2) North 58 West 1
chain and 25 links; (3> North 36
West 2 chains and 70 links to the
center of the dam across the supply
branch used as a bridge by said
road Dr. Kingsley’s South East cor.
ner; thence up the various courses of
the supply branch to the beginning,
containing 14.6 acres more or less.
(4) Fourth Tract. Beginning at
a concrete block at the southwestern
intersection of the Sandy Run Clay
Road and the Pinehurst-Jackson
Springs Clay Road; thence with the
Scuthein 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-
riginal tract known as Peachland,
(51 Fifth Tract. Bee'uning at a
stake on the North edge 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 said six acres South 56 1-2 East
15.45 chains to a stake in A. S. New
comb’s line; thence as Newcomb’s
line South 26.8 East 10.20 chains to
a stake in said line; thence North 5(i
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 space
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.
J12 Jy3. Commissioner.
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, , l
Southern Pines, N. C.