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THE P1T.OT. Snuthern Pines and Aberdeen. Nbrth Carolina
Friday, October 23, 19S6.
Hallowe’en Supper To
Miss Mary J. McLong has returned , Herbert Ehrhardt, who is in the
Pinehurst Parent-Teacher As* | after spending the summer at St. office of the H. O. L. C. in Greens.
sociation Plans Enjoyable Oc- ! john and Littleton, N. H. Miss Me. I boro, spent the week-end with his
casion Next Thursday Night | Long will be w-'th Mrs. A s. Coburn j parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. ESir-
i until the opening of the Carolina Ho- hardt.
On Thursday night, October 29, the , tel. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Powdrell and
Pinehurst Parent-Teacher Association, Robert E Denny at-, children, Fred and Dickie have re
will have its annual benefit supper meeting of the turned from Great Neck. Long Island
Cor undernouiVshed children. This
year it will be a Hallowe’en supper.
Mrs. D. A. Currie is chairman of
the supper committee and she and her
committee have already planned a
delicious menu. The supper will be *’'rye
State Bar held in Raleigh last week. ' opened their home for the winter.
Lewis Fry, who is attending busi
ness school in Sanford, spent the
week-end here with his parents, Mr.
served by the lady tft.ichers of the
Pinehurst faculty and the men teach
ers will act as cashiers.
This annual supper by the Parent-
Teacher Associotion is a social event
of the early fall. All the people of
Pinehurst and community look for.
ward to this event with the keenest
pleasure. They not only expect to
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Tate and sons,
Billy and L. L., Jr., returned last
week from Blowing Rock where they
spent the summer.
Miss Catherine Coe has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Fuller, of Wa
terville, Maine, have left their home |
in the North, and are expected to ar- |
rive in Pinehurst Sunday for the ^
Miss Kittie Blue spent Thursday :
1 and Friday with her brother, Lonnie :
from New York City and is agam , carthage.
with Miss May Chapman at the Cot- '
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Guin of near
' Raeford are spending a few days with
Mrs. Georgia Powell had as guests ^ ^ ^
enjoy a delicious repast and a happy Miss Minnie Stencil and Miss Mar. ^ |
social evening but they are glad to . jorie Ginter of Rochester, N. Y. j ^
contribute to such a worthy cause. | Arch Currie who is ill at his home , Philadelphia, Pa. spent a few days j
The proceeds of this supper will be here, went to Duke Hospital last gig^g^, Mrs. Joe W. '
used to furnish a hot lunch to the week for several days. | ^ B |
undernourished children of the Pine- Mrs Dora Patterson with her dau- ^ Nelson Blue, a student at Elon
hurst schools. Those who cannot con- ghter. Miss Laland Patterson of Jack-1 spent Saturday night with
veniently attend may send contribu- son Springs has taken an apartment' ^^d Mrs. Z. V. Blue,
tions to Mrs. True Cheney, president in the Willow Oaks for the winter, j ^ucHle McLeod, a member of
of P. T.-A., or Mrs. Donald Currie. Miss Frances Ehrhardt, sophomore , faculty, was at
chairman of the supper committee, at Queens-Chicora College, camr>
The supper will be served from 6:00 home for the w'eek-end.
o’clock until 8:00 o’clock in the base- Mrs. Alma Taylor has returned af-
ment of the Pinehurst Community ter an extended stay, with members i F>inehurst
Church on Thursday evening. October of her family in Asheville, Columbia j Ferman McCaskill
29. All have a cordial invitation to and Greenville, S. C. | ^^orth Blue
cortie. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Thompson were
High Point visitors last week.
“JEM” BOYD T.\LKS POLITICS Ellis Fields, Jr., student at the Un.
home here for the week-end.
Mrs. John B. Ray is spending some
time with her cousin, Mrs. Will Black
IN’ INTERVIEW IN >L4INE iversity. Chapel Hill spent the week-
end at his home here
(Cmtinued from page 1) ! Cheney and young dau-
Its shell would hold our whole dinged ghters Dorothy and Sally, and Mrs.
solar system Calloway and little daughter Sylvia
Nor ever know ’twas there. visited relatives in Vadalia, Ga., the
last of the week. Upon their return,
speeches Mrs. Calloway found a message in-
And frenzied henchmen chant their I forming her of the death of her sis-
battle hymns. 1 ter at La Grange, Ga.. and left im-
My thoughts drift out across the cos- mpHintPiv
mic reaches meaiaieiy.
To where Canopus swims. -^^^er a summer spent at Kerners.
fW" ville. Miss Mamie Leak has returned
When men are calling names and for the winter.
AnH 1 Robert Gerry of Franklin, N. H,
And all the world s a-jangle and
1 meditate on interstellar spaces
And smoke a mild cigar.
For after one has had about a week
arrived Monday and will be associat
ed with the Pinehurst Printing Co.
Miss Gladys Primm. who. is work
ing in Hemp, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Toip McCaskill an'’
Mr. and Mrs. John Blue were lunch
eon guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
W'orth Blue and Sunday afternoon
visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Black of
Mrs. L. H. Blue spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs. Anna Fry near
J. B. Evans and Ernest Clayton of
Vass called on Mr. Evans’ daughters,
Mrs. C. B. Blue and Mrs. Alton Blue
Mr. and Mrs- John M. McCsiskill !
of Durham spent the w’eek-end with ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Whitcomb and, McCaskill’s parents, Mr. and '
Dick Bland, Mrs. Whitcomb’s broth- |
er, of Bethlehem, "'T. H.. have return-
Mrs. H. M. McCaskill.
The politics of friends as well as ed to their apartment in the Clover-
A star that has no parallax to speak
Conduces to repose. i
“That, then, is your opinion of the
Mrs. Harold Newnham of Colum
bia. S. C., is the guest of her grand,
mother, Mrs Alma Taylor.
Mrs. Catherine McNeill, who spent
the summer in Linville with her
SOrrHERX PINES GIRLS WIN
PINEHURST TENNIS M.\TCH
The Southern Pines High School
girls tennis team defeated the Pine- i
hurst team on the Southern Pines |
courts on Monday, three matches to |
Single matches were played by
Nancy W'renn, who was defeated by
Miss Dorothy Earhart, coach for the
Pinehurst team, 6-2, 8-6, and Sara
Barnum who defeated Eloise Wicker
of Pinehurst, 6.0, 6-1. Two doubles
matches were played, Winifred and
Hazel Kelly defeating Clarice Richard
son and Kathrye Sledge of Pinehurst,
6-3, 6-1, and Louise Blue and Helen
Cameron defeated Eloise Wicker and
Margaret McKenzie, 6-1, 3-6, 6-0.
Those contesting for positions on
the Southern Pines tennis team,
which is coached this year by Miss
Todd, are Bonnie Barnum. Jane Mus.
“Precisely. Maine will go heavily daughter and son-in-law', Mr. and
this year for Canopus.” Mrs. John R. McQueen, returned
early this week. Mrs. McQueen ac-
COl'NTY LENDING AID IN companied her mother back and will
R.\ISING OF MULES HERE visit relatives for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Calcutt mov-
By E. H. Garrison, Jr, ed this week from Franklin Flats to
Count)’ Agent an apatment in The Thistle for the
For some time there has been talk winter,
of some one keeping a nice Jack in Mrs. Rassie E Wicker, Mrs. A. B.
the county and raising some good Sally, Mrs. Foster Kelly, Mrs. A.
mules. At one time I understand that , J. McKelway and Mrs. Alex Stewart
it was quite common to see many nice attended the Group Conference for
colts, both horses and mules. For the the 6th district, of Fayetteville Pres-
last several years this has not been byterial held at Culdee Church on
true. In one part of the county, above Friday of last week.
Hemp, some nice mares are being Miss Ruby Samuels of Washing-
brought in again. ton. D. C., has joined the staff of • r-.- . • o o
f t T ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ser, Clarice Dickmson, Sara Barnum,
Through the cooperation of L. R. the Coburn Beauty Shoppe and will t
Grimm and the E. R. A. we were able make her home with Mrs. A. S. Co-
to borrow a good Jack. At the pres- burn while here.
ent time this Jack is out from Pine- Mr. and Mrs. Halbert J. Blue and
hurst but will soon be moved to a sons, Richard and Bill, have returned
permanent location, either out from to their Knollwod home from Pitts-
Carthage or near Hemp. There isn’t burgh. Pa.
any reason why a good many colts Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Ewing spent
could not be raised in this section the week-end on the Carolina coast,
every year. Some mules as line as Mrs. A. M. Oglesby and daughter,
any I ever saw were raised here in Miss Betsey Oglesby, left Monday
the upper end of Moore county. These night for New York City.
people keep good horses and mules "
and they take good care of them. At'
the present time we are hoping to
get this Jack placed at the McLean ■
place with Mr. Ragsdale. Later on he
will be moved somewhere in the up
per end Of the county.
Nancy Wrenn, Louise Blue. Helen
Cameron, Hazel Kelly, Winifred Kelly.
Sue Milliken, Helen Hilderman, Cath
erine Hilderman, Betsy Jean Backer,
Dorothy Doub, Rebecca Neil, Caro,
lyn Backer, Mary Johnson, Joan
Spring, Phyllis Harwell, Katherine
Ferguson, Margaret Rowell and Jane
When looking for fresh dressed
poultry try the Curb Market first.
MIIXE^ MoDONAUi DEES
I AT HOME NEAR CARTHAGE
Miller McDonald, 80, of Carthage,
Rt. 2, died on Wednesday October 14,
at his home at heaf t trouble.He is sur
vived by his wife, formerly Miss Mary
Bell Phillips, and by the following
children; Trude. Mary C.. John W.,
Ruth, Ollie, Bessie and Hubert, all of
whom live at home. He leaves a bro
ther, Mr. W. K. McDonald, and one
;«ister, Miss Annie McDonald, both of
After services &t the home he was
burled in Union Church Cemetery on
Many think they are eligible to
vote on November 3d because they
have voted in municipal and school
district elections. They aren’t. If you
have not previously registered for
state or national elections, see your
registrar tomorrow, the last registra
tion day I
S. A. RAZOOK, OWNllR
Next to Bank
Open for Business with
^ ■ Full Line of the Latest
FOR SPORT, AFTERNOON and EVENING
Present the Following
For Commissioner of Insurance
H. F. Seawell, Jr. of Carthage
For County Commissioners
A. B. Sally, Pinehurst
George W. Case, Southern Pines
Baxter Paschal, Glendon
W. P. Copeland, Bensalem
A. F. Boyette, Carthage
For State Senate
Howard G. Phillips, Pinehurst
For State Legislature
Dr. R. G. Rosser, Vass
Charles A. Hussey, Hemp
For Solicitor, Recorder’s Court
W. Clement Barrett, Carthage
For Register of Deeds
Clarence Gordon, West End
Dr. J. W. Willcox, West End
John M. Fields, Carthage
These Men are All Worthy of Support of the Voters of Moore
County. They Have Made a Success of Their Own Private Affairs
and Can Therefore be Entrusted to Handle the Affairs of State and
Republicans in Moore County Pay Approximate
ly 50 Percent of the Taxes of Moore County, and
' " are Entitled to Representation.
We Urge You to Support These Men
Republican County Conunittee