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Miss Edna Shaw Bride
of Hinton M. Patterson
Ceremony Performed Las^ Sun
day in Brownson Memorial
Church by Rev. Mr. Barber
Charming in its simplicity was the
wedding of Miss Edna Shaw and Hin
ton Matthew Patterson, which was
solemnized last Sunday afternoon at j
3:30 o’clock at the Brownson Mem- ,
orial Presbyterian Church. The Rev. :
Ernest Lowry Barber, pastor of the
bride officiated, using the impressive
ring ceremony. The improvised alter,
lighted on either side by tall candel
abra, was banked with southern smi-
Itix and autumn leaves, and tall floor
backets held yellow and white chry
Prior to the ceremony Mrs. Cla
rence H. Edson rendered a program
of nuptial music, and accompanied
Miss Ernestine Bailey, niece of the
bride, who sang “At Dawning” and
“Ah Sweet Mystery of Life”. During
the ceremony. “To A Wild Rose” was
played softly. The bridal chorus from
Lohengrin was used for the proces
sional and Mendelssohn’s Wedding
March for the recessional.
The maid of honor, Miss Eula
Weatherspoon, who was the bride’s
only attendant, entered wearing a
dress of rose taffeta, with silver ac
cessories and carried an arm bouquet
of Talisman roses tied with silver rib
The bride entered on the arm of
her brother, D. Ernest Bailey who
gave her in marriage, and was met
at the alter by the groom and his
best man. Dr. J. H. Patterson of
Broadway, brother of the groom. The
bride was attired in a white satin |
dress made along fitted lines with
cape effect, white turban with ebort
nose veil and white satin slippers.
Her bouquet wa.*: of white chrysan
themums and lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Patterson is the daughter of
Mrs. Catherine McQueen Shaw and
for for the last several years has
been connected with the Citizens
Bank and Trust Co. of Southern
Pines. Mr. Patterson is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patterison of
Broadway. He is a graduate of Wake
Forest College and a member of Kap
pa Phi Kappa fraternity. He is a
prominent young business man of
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson left im
mediately after the ceremony for a
trip through Florida. For traveling
the bride wore a suit of rust, trim
med with polo wolf with brown ac
cessories. Upon their return they will
be at home at 609 Summitt Drive,
TlHiS Southem Pines and Aberdeep. Nbrth Carolinft
The Week in Aberdeen
Friday, November 13, 1936.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carter and
Miss Margaret Miller attended the
funeral of their uncle, William Mar
in, in Greensboro last Friday,
The Rev. E. L. Barber attended the
meeting of Fayetteville Presbytery at
Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church last
brother, William Rice, at Hopewell,
Va. on Monday.
Miss Frances Pleasants, teacher in
the Sedgefield School near Greens
boro, spent the past week-end at
David Melvin, a student at Louis-
burg College, spent the past week-
Civic Club Meets at
Higrhland Lodgre Today
Announces Jacques Busbee of
Jugtown as Guest Speaker
on Friday, Dec. 11th
Billy Bowman is being transferred I end at home,
from Rochester. N. Y. to Washington, j Troutman,
D. C. by his employer, the Eastman : j Robbins, Mr. and
Kodak Company. i Caldwell. Sr., S. L. Wind-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Page, Jr. J ham, Sidney Windham, Howard Rus-
had as their dinner guests on last; sell, J. C. Robbins, Dr. E. M. Medlin
Thursday evening Mrs. Grace Hard- ! and Dr. H. E. Bowman were among
wich, Mrs. Fred C. Page, Mr. and ‘ those from Aberdeen attending the
Mrs. Edgar Ewing and L. E. Pender. | DukeCaroline game at Chapel Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Page. Jr. last Saturday,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Page s > Miss Vera Edwards spent the past
father, George C. Graves in Carthage week-end in Wingate visiting home
last Friday. folks.
Colin Bethune, U. S. N. and a ship. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rogers and
male, Jimmy Windsor, of the crew , children of Fayetteville were guests
of the U. S. S. Keywadin, now sta- of J. T. Land last Sunday,
tioned in Norfolk. Va. spent the past i Columbia, S C. spent
week-end in Aberdeen as guests of , week-end at home, and at-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bethune. .1 i- *
tended the Duke-Carohna game at
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Walters of j Chapel Hill on last Saturday.
Charlotte spent the past week-end in i Maynard spent Sun-
town visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Vance ^ ^ Maynard's
Mrs. Bertie Mclnnis. Mrs. Joe | ^ 3
Pleasants and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I ^ ^
Mclnnis motored to Columbia, S. C.
last Sunday to visit their kinsman. Campbell, Mrs. Jess Thompson, Miss-
John Pleasants, who has been ill. ' ^3 ^ ^
Miss Susan McLean, who is teach- ’ j ^ Matthews, Miss Hazei Wind
ing at Nashville, spent the past week-| Easterly and Mr. and
end in Aberdeen visiting Mr. and ^ j^^oert Farrell.
Mrs. T. D. McLean. \
Misses Margaret Rice and Kath
arine Johnson, students at Wingate
Junior College, were at home for the
Mrs. John T. Ellis of High Point
is spending some time in Aberdeen
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Elvyn Capps
and Miss Lillian Pleasants. Mrs. El
lis’ many friends here will be sorry
E.\T>I.AX TELLS KIW.4NIS
OF RESETTLERIENT U’OKK
(Continued from page 1)
future. The hatchery would be used
for replenishing the lakes and ponds
of this section.
, He further stated the administra-
to learn that she recently broke her | found thousands of acres
S. G. Hinsdale, liquidating agent
of the Page Trust Company, with
headquarters at Sanford, was a busi
ness visitor in Aberdeen on Monday.
Miss Lida Duke Blue, student at
St. Mary’s School, Raleigh, attended
the dances and football game this
past week-end at Chapel Hill, and
spent Sunday and Monday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blue.
Miss Nacmi Melvin spent the past
week-end in Raleigh where she vis
of land which were once covered with
virgin pine practically exhausted of
seedlings. The project will also in
clude the growing of many thous
ands of seedlings for the Sandhill
belt. He predicted the project over a
period of years would be self-liqui
In conclusion he extended invita
tions to the members of the club
to visit his office and guides would
be supplied to carry them over the
land in order that the public might
have a better understanding of what
A benefit and bridge for the bene
fit of the Civic Club will be held at
I the Highland Lodge today, Friday,
j starting at 10:00 o’clock this mom-
^ ing with Mrs. Maude Grearson and
j Mrs. E. A. Tracy as hostesses.
I Next Friday the members will
; meet in the clubhouse, which has
j been redecorated, and the occasion
will be an open-house with visitors
I welcome f:r cards and the spelling
j bee which is scheduled for 3:00
I o’clock. Tea will be served. That
■ night. Civic Club members will chap-
I erone a Thanksgiving Holiday dance
I for the young people of Southern
Pines of high school and college
' age. Permission to bring guests other
than local residents must be obtained
fr. m a chaperone at the dance or an
officer of the club. Twenty-five cents
from each guest will be used to de
fray the expenses. Th chaperones will
be Mrs. Stevick, Mrs. Spaeth, Mrs.
Chandler, Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. Milliken,
Mrs. Chester Tracy. Miss Mary Boll-
man. Miss Carolyn Bollman and Miss
The Civic Club takes great pleas
ure in announcing that Jacques Bus
bee, the artist and master of Jug-
town, will be the speaker at the
meeting on Friday. December 11.
This assures strangers a most artis
tic and profitable afternoon, and
Mrs. Busbee’s friends will be over
joyed at his acceptance of an urgent
invitaticn to come to the club. Around
his history of pottery Mr. Busbee
weaves many a tale, and the club
cordially invites the public to share
the rare privilege of hearing him.
Mr. and Mrs. McNeil and son ar- Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCcrmick.
rived in town last week and will Mr. and Mrs. Warner Veazy arriv-
spend the winter with Mr. McNeill’s ed at their home here Thursday af-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McNeil, ter spending the summer at Hume,
W. R, Wilson returned home last N. Y.
week after spending a week in Flor- Dr. Boseman spent last week in
ida. Baltimor eon business.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Home and Mr. Miss Annie Kate Lentz of Hoffman
Scoff of Aberdeen spent Sunday in gpgnt the week-end with Mr. and
DAriintrtnn .<5 n iUvB. Henry McCormick.
Darlington, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Landon
arrived here Saturday after spend
ing the summer in Guilford. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Warner arrived
Clyde Simp,son of Laurel, Md., is
spending the winter with his aunt.
Miss Ella Backus.
Miss Polly Adcox of Durham spent
r\jny AuijuA oi i^urnam spent
at their home here last week aftei Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
spending several weeks in Pember- nj^s. J. D. Adcox.
ton. N. J. , I ^
Margaret Rice of Wingate JuniO'f of Laurinburg were guests of
College spent the week-end with her Theo Berg last week,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice. , Miss Bessie Wallace spent Mon-
' Dr. and Mrs. H. Leon Halbert of day in Durham.
Stapleton. Staten Island. N. Y., ar- Thanksgiving services will be held
rived in town Monday and will occu- Thursday morning. Ncvember 26tb
py the Blue Bird this winter. at 10:30 o’clock in the Baptist church,
Mrs. W. D. Shannon and Miss Hel- with the Rev. Q. V. Amberson. offi*
en Dearbon spent Monday in Fay- ciating.
etteville. ' j. Townsend was a representative
Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Williams at at the Grand Commandry, Knighta
Clayton, N. Y.. arrived in town last Templar, held in Salisbury last week,
week ater spending the summer in Mrs. Townsend was among the group
the north. entertained at the Country Club by a
Miss Lcuise Britton and brother, H. committee of Salisbur 1 ayei.ds
R. Britton of Great Kiles. States Is- committee of Salisbury ladies,
land arrived here Saturday and will
occupy Mrs. Lotz Cottage for the
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
FOR PINEHURST SCHOOLS
HEL1*FUL SCHOOL PKOJEt T
The girls in the Southern Pines
High School are getting a valuable
course not listed in their regular
course. Mrs. E. L. Prizer comes each
Monday morning and gives instruc
tions to two girls in the art of mak
ing a bed and in keeping a room or
derly. Mrs. Prizer has begim with the
Seventh Grade girls, using two dif
ferent girls each week. The teachers
room is used for this very practical
and excellent training.
lAcvvc: o> ucrttci
Miss Elizabeth P'tvid spent the past ■ ^eing done
week-end in Raleigh, retuining home; Curtis Wiggs and David S. Pack-
Monday and bringing with her as her ■ attending
guest Mrs. Jack Hicks. meeting.
R. E, Sparks, who suffered a brok
en colar-bone in a recent accident, is
able to return this week to his duties
as Western Union operator.
Mrs, Jim Cameron and A. T. Rice
were notified of the death of their
At a meeting in the Scout Hall in
the Pinehurst Community Church the
following officers for the Pinehurst
Scout troop were elected: Dr. Tom R.
Cole, president; Ed Swaringen, vice
president; John F. Taylor, treasurer;
S. R, Ransdell, secretary; W, P, Mor
ton. commissioner, W, E. Hardison
was again elected as scout master,
The Pinehurst Scout troop has been
doing some fine work for the past
few months and the new' officers
express their appreciation to Scout
Master Hai-dison, They plan to hold
another Court of Honor within the
next few weeks.
Mrs, M. F. Butner. Mrs. Purvis
Ferree, Misses Virginia Butner and
Cora Wallace spent Thursday in
High Point. I
N. B. Sayer and friends, Mr. and
Mrs. Morse of Warwick, Conn., ar- '
rived in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Clark and
sister. Mrs. Nora Palmer of Orleans,
Mich. Mrs. Palmer expects to spend
the winter here.
Mrs. W. F. McMaster. Mrs. Earl
Lampley and Miss Julia Lampley
spent Thursday in Candor visiting
Mrs. Grolan McCaskill.
Miss Sue McCormick spent last
week her brother and sister-in-law,
Blanche E. Sherman
Paul T. Barnum, Inc.
Insurance Agency—Tel. 5151
C. G. FARRELL
Aberdeen, N. C.
A Quiet Home-Like Family Hotel
Pleasantly Located on Vermont Avenue Near the Pines
SEASON OCTOBER 1ST TO JUNE 1ST
Nicely furnished comfortable apartments for rent
Mrs. W. N. Greasoon
Telephone 6933 Southern Pines, N. C.
BUM>L\GE SALE SATl RDAY
IN ARC.ADE Bl'ILDING
Remember the Rummage Sale! To
oe held tomorrow^, Saturday, in
Welch’s store in the Arcade Building
on West Broad street, beginning at
9:00 o’clock and continuing all day.
The sale is being conducted by
Group II of the Woman’s Society of
the Church of Wide Fellowship, under
the direction of Mrs. Harry W’. Gage,
Mrs. E, C, Eddy and Mrs, P, P. Pel-
ten. The committee in charge will be
grateful for contributions of every
possible kind Among the articles par
ticularly needed is a coat for a 13-
year-old girl. There will be some one
at the store this forenoon, as well as
tomorrow, to receive gifts.
SALE OF C.VR
For storage charges due we will
sell at public auction at 12:00 o’clock,
noon, Monday November 30th, in
front of the Page Motor Company.
Broad street. Southern Pines. N. C.,
one Model T. Ford car, motor num
ber 12876502, owTier unknown.
PAGE MOTOR CO..
Southern Pines. N. C.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Southren Pines now open until 10
o'clock nights. Use Postal Tele-
graphfor cheaper rates and quick
er service. Some of our rates are
20 per cent cheaper. We can handle
your telegram to any destination
and guarantee delivery. Phone 6381.
FOR RENT; Centrally located~sun-
ny three room apar|nient. Also
single rooms. Lillian Roberts, Cor
ner Penn. Ave. and Ashe street.
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UNION TH.\NKSGIVING SERVICE
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The union Thanksgiving service in
Southern Pines will be held in the
Episcopal Church. The Rev. E. L.
Barber will preach the sermon and
the ministers of the other churches
will have parts In the service. The
service will follow the cusltom of
previous years and be held on Wed
nesday night at 8:00 p. m. The pub
lic is invited to share in this service
in accordance with the custom of
many years and in observance of
the proclamation of the President of
the United States.
MAKE THAT LONG DISTANCE
Trip by bus and save the differ
ence. Special round-trip rates New
York $14.85; Philadelphia. $12.95;
Boston, $20,25; fToronto $25.65.
Tickets and information at Postal
Telegraph Co., Southern Pines, n20
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION for
Thanksgiving Dinner at the Wood-
worth, one o’clock—one dollar.
BOARDERS WANTED. Terms rea
sonable. Hot and cold water, stetim
I heat. Huntington Lodge, No. 75 S.
I E. street. Southern Pines.
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The census report shows that 407
bales of cotton were ginned in Moore
county from the 1936 crop prior to
November 1st. as compared with 821
bales ginned to November 1st from
the 1905 crop, William D. Smith,
special agent, reports.
PLEASE MAKE reservations early
for your Thanksgiving dinner at
Magnolia Lodge, price $1.00.
TWO AND THREE room apart
ments at the BEVERLY. Steam
heat. Lights and hot water includ
ed in rent. Also use of large sunny
living room and telephone. J. B.
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