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iYiday, December 4, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Rev. J. Fred StimBon, Pastor.
7:00—B. Y. P. U. Service.
Thursday. 7:30 p. in.-^Prayer meetinc And
The Church •( Wide Fellowship
Rev. C. Rexford Kaynond, D. Pastor*
11:00 a. m.- Mornintf worship.
7:00 p. M.—IntermediHte C. K.
7:00 p. m.—Pilgrim Fellowship Forum,
Wedne8day> € s30 p. m.—Chotr RehearsaJ.
Wednesday. 7 :30 p. m. Prayer meelnig and
New Hampshire Ave.. near A;>he St.
Services are held every Sunday at 11:00
E)iMftanual EpUcopal Churcli
Rex. F. Craighill Hrown, U. A., U. D.» Rector.
Services—^irst Sunday in month: Church
School at 10:00 a. m.. Holy CoaMRonion at
11:00 a. m. Other Sundays: Holy Commun
ion. 8:00 a. m.; Church School, 10:00 a. m.;
Morning Prayer and Sermon at 11:00 a. m.
Sttint's Day and Holy Day^, Holy Commun
ion at 10:00 a m.
Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church
E. L. Barbcr» Pastor
Services Second nnd Fourth Sunday morn
ings 11:00 a. m.
Firdt and Third Sunday «vonlnga 7:30 p. m.
Church School each Sunday morning 9:45.
W. E. Hlue, S iperintendent.
Rev. Marcus A. Hrownson. D. D., Teacher
Adult Bible Class.
8t. Anthony'-s CafhoUc Church
Rev. Thomas A. Williams, Pastor
MaB8 will be offered every Sunday at 8:00
and i0:30. Devotions every Sunday evening
at 7:30. Daily Musa at 7:30 ^ Sessions will
be heard on Saturdays frc»i. <«:30 to 6:30
and from 7:30 to 1i:30.
Rev. A. J. McKelway, Pastor.
9:46 a. m.—Sunday; Church School and
11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship.
7 il6 p. m.—Young Peoples* Worship
6:00 p. m.—Evening Worship.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-week worship.
'The Village Chapel
The Rev. Thaddeus A. Cheatam, D, D.,
Sundjiy Services as follows:
9:00 a. m.—Holy Communion.
10:00 a. m.—^Children’s Service.
11:00 a. m.-Church Service.
Roman Catholic Church
Rev. W. J. Dillon, Pastor
Aberdeen Baptist Church
Rev. Ernest M, Harris* Pastor,
Sunday School every Sunday morning at
1U:00 a. m. J. A. Bryant, Superintendent,
preaching and Worship Service each second
and fourth Sundays at 11:00 a m. and 7:45 |
p. m. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at 6:10 p. |
m. Prayer meeting every Wedneaday at 7:45 1
p. m. !
The Week in Vass
Bclhesda Prrsbylrrian Thurcli
Kcv E. li. Kai ber, Taetor
Hours of worship: Sunday School each
Sunday 9:45 n. m. ; Worship First and Third
Sunday morninKs 11:00 n. m.: Second and
Fourth Sunday evenings »:00 p. m.
Pajr* Memorial M. K. .Church
Rev. 1,. M. Hall. I’ustor.
Sunday Sch<Mil every Sunday at :4.*> a. no.
First Sundiiy—Preaching 7 :30 p. m.
Second Sunday—i'rearhmK I I ;(K) a. m.
Third Sunday—I’reuchinB 7 ;30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Pinehluff Haptist ('hurrh
Rev. Ernest M. Harris, Pastor
Sunday school every Sunday tnurniug at
10:06 a. m. Irving Ci. Wylie, acting superin
Preaching and worship service each third
Sunday at 11 :U0 a m. and each fourth Sun
Ucv. C. I. Calcote, i'astor
Second Sunday—Preaching 8:00 p. ra.
Fourth Sunday—I’reaching 11:00 a. m.
Sunday School—Every Sunday 10:00 a. m.
Christian Endeavor—Every Sunday 7:00 p.
“Permanent Investments” will be
the theme of the sermon by Dr. C.
Rexford Raymond at the Church of
Wide Fellowship at 11:00 a. m. Sun
day. He will preach on “The Central
Miaaion of the Church” at 8:00 p. m.
at the Union Evening Service at the
Flrsi Baptist Church. i
At the Christian Science Church i
Sunday morning the subject of the ;
lesson-Bermon will be “God the Only |
Cause and Creator.” The public is I
cordially invited to attend the ser-1
At the Baptist Church on Sunday
morning tlie pastor, Rev. J. Fred
Stimson, will preach on “The Use
lessness of Unmisrtakable Evidence."
The subject for the evening sermon
at the Brownson Memorial Presbyter-
Ian Church, in the Civic Club, is “Old
Paths." This message is in keeping
with the Diamond JJubtlee Celebra
tion of the Presbyterian Church
which is being held throughout the
General Assembly. The Presbyterian
Church in the United States was
formed at Augusta, Ga., on Decem
ber 4th, 18861. This year has afford
ed an opportunity to rethink Pres-
byterianism and its rich heritage.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt
gratitude to our friends and neigh
bors for their kind assistance so
bravely rendered us in saving our
home when our b'lin, cotton house,
garage, leed, etc.. were destroyed by
fire Saturday night.
—Kate and Eva Graham
Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Gladstone spent
the week-end with relatives in
Miss Jessie Brooks of Wilson and
Miss Eloise Brooks of Buie’s Creek
visited their mother, Mrs. G. W.
Brooks, from Friday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and family
of Lumberton called on Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Tyson and daughter Sunday.
After spending several days with
Mrs A. G. Edwards, Mrs. Ethel Kir
by returned on Sunday to her home
at Mullens, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Graham, Miss
Katharine Graham and Albert Gra
ham spent from Wednesday until
Sunday in Norfolk, Va., as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Futrell.
Miss Elizabeth Keith of Wallace
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Miss Marian Cameron was at home
fiom Louiaburg College fcr the
Thanksgiving holidays. She, with her
parents, Mr. and Mis. A. M. Cameron,
and A. Mac Cameron spent Thursday
with Di'. and Mrs. J. F. McKay at
Relmond McCraney of Wallace
.spent a part of last week at home and
on the return trip Sunday was ac
companied to Fayetteville by his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D, McCraney,
and Billy McGill. Other guests in the
McCraney home for Thanksgiving in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hemphill
and baby of Aberdeen and Alton
Greene of Sanford.
Robert Laiibscher, who is working
in Georgia, and Mrs. Laubscher of
Cameron visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jeffreys on Thanksgiving Day.
Recent guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Griffin included Mr.
and Mrs, Richard Griffin and child
ren of Hamlet and Mrs. Irene Byrd
Misses Eva Callahan and Emily Laub
scher, senior nurses at Guilford Gen
eral Hospital in High Point, visited
home fclks a sliort while Sunday.
Mis.s Gertrude Winstead of Jones
boro was the guest of Miss Pansy
Abernathy a part of last week.
Miss Mary Davis Westcott of Man-
leo was t hegeust
teo was the guest of her .sister. Mrs.
D. A. Smith, from Wednesday until
Miss Helen Klingenschmidt went to
Cameron last week to nurse Mrs. Ju
lia McDougald at the home cf Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Tails’.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith and chil
dren. Curtis and Margaret Bettina,
spent Friday in Fayetteville
Misses p;xie Beasley and Mabel
Coghill of Candor spent last week
end w'ith Misses Mary and Katrina
Earl Edwards of Raleigh was the
weeKeii'l iiiest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mrs. Dan Cameron, Mr. and Mis.
Fairley Cameron and Miss Cornelia
Cameron spent Sunday with Airs.
James Thames near Fayetteville.
The Rev. C. I. Calcote and family
returned on Monday from a visit
W'ith relatives in Richmond, Va.
Mr. and Mrs C. P. McMillan spent
Thanksgiving Day with relatives in
Mrs. Bertie L. Matthews and Mrs.
George W. Brocks visited their aunt,
Mrs. Dorcas Matthews, of Lemon
Springs Sunday afternoon.
Thanksgiving visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thompson in
cluded the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur L.
Thompson and children of Roseboro,
Clary Thompson of Chapel Hill and
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Brown of
Misses Mary, and Katrina Beasley
an J. R. P. Beaslev spent Thanksgiving
witn their brother m Ansonville.
Mrs. J. D. McLean of Cameron was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs-
N. iJ. McLean.
Mrs. G. W. Griffin visited Mr. and
Mrs. Bryce Griffin of Sanford Satur
Joseph Matthews and Bernice Gra
ham of State College and Franklin
Matthews of Louisburg were among
the college young pe:ple in town dur
ing the week-end.
Mrs. W. C. Byrd and children of Al-
bemarlo visited Mrs, J. A. Keith and
family Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Corbett and
Faye visite<l relatives in the Culdee
community Thursday. Mrs. McKenzie
and children returned home with
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Scarboro
annotmce the birth and death of a
son on Thursday, November 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keith of Rae-
ford and Mrs. E. B. Keith of Pine-
hurst visited Mrs- Jane Keith Sunday
Mrs. J. W. Atkins'n was called
from her home in Southern Pines last
Friday morning to nurse her mother,
Mrs, Jane Keith, who suffered an at
tack of angina pectoris.
Sergeant and Mrs. Boylan of Fort
Bragg vi.sited Paul Gschwind Sunday
Mr, and Mis- Herald of West Vir
ginia and Miami, Fla., called on Mr,
and Mrs. Georsfe K ustenis Monday.
Caught in Salisbury
“Geech” Boasts of Knocking
Down Carthage Officer and
Lands in the ug
Spinning a Major Hoople yarn
about how he had knocked down a
policeman in Carthage before an aud-
j ience cf Salisbury Negroes led to i
I the arrest of Willie Shaw, commonly |
j known as “Geech,” and he is now in i
I Moore county jail awaiting trial on *
I charges of assault on Policeman Neill |
I Stewart and Otis Baker, and stealing
the officer’s blackjack and pistol. j
; One of Shaw’s hearers informed a
I Salisbury officer, who called Moo-re
I county to ask if the man was want
ed here. Upon receiving an affirma-
, tive reply, he picked Shaw up Friday
I night and Moore county officers went
for him Saturday.
The assault occurred aboiilt two
weeks ago as Stewart and Baker
were taking Ed Marley, colored, to
jail following his arrest in Carthage.
A second man who took part in the
assault and Marley are still at
der for cash, the following described
Lot No. 27 in W, A. Blue’s Sub-di
vision situated between Southern
Pines and Aberdeen on State High
way No. 50, containing 1.77 acres,
and shown cn a map recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds of
Moore County, North Carolina, on
page 591 in Book 88.
A large number of lots, center
squares and alleys in the Town of
Southern Pines, N, C., described as
foil ws; Lot No. 7 in Block C & 1, lot
No. 15 in Block C & 2, Lots 10, 20,
21 & 23 in Block E & 3, Lots 15 &
16 in Block G & 3, Lots 8 & 9 in
Block, F & 3, Lot No. 11 in Block J
& 3, Lot No. 17 in Block I & 6, Lots
13, 14, & 16 in Block K & 6, Lot No.
18 in Block K & 7, Lots 17, 18, 19, 20,
21, 22&23 in Block E&3, Lots 15 &
12 in Block P & 8, Lot No. 11 in
Block Q & 5, Lots 1, 20, 21, & 22 in
Block Q & 6, One center square in
Block C & 1, One center square in
Block C & 2, One center square in
Block D & 3, One-half center square
in Block E) & 3, One center square
in Block F & 3. One center square in
Block I & 7, One center square in
Block J & 8. Three-fourths center
square in Block K & 6, One center
square in Block P & 8, One center
square in Block Q & 6. (The half
center square in Block E & 3 abuts
Lots 21 & 10. The one-half center
square in Block I & 6 abuts Lots 22
& 11. The three-fourths center .squar»
in Block K 6 abuts Lots 22, 11 & 10.)
Four alleys in Block C & 1, Four al
leys in Block C & 2, Four alleys in
Block D & 3, One alley between LotJi
4 & 5 in Block E & 3, One alley be
tween Lots 10 & 11 in Block E & 3.
Four alleys in Block F & 3, One al
ley between Lets 10 & 11 in Blocfc
H & 2, One alley between Lot.*} 10
& 11 in Block H & 6, Three alleys in
Block I & 7, One alley between lots
10 & 11 in Block J & 6, One alley be
tween lots 16 & 17 in Block J & 7.
One alley between lots 10 & 11 in
Block J & 8, one alley between lots
16 & 17 in Block J & 8, One alley be
tween lots 10 & 11 in Block K * 6,
one alley between lots 16 & 17 ia
Block K & 6, one alley between 1 ts
22 & 23 in Block K & 6. one alley
between lots 16 & 17 in Block K &
8, one alley between lots 16 & 17 in.
Block L & 7, one alley between lots
22 & 23 in Block L & 7, one alley be
tween lots 10 & 11 in Block P & 5,
one alley between lots 22 & 23 in
Block P & 5, one alley between lots
4 & 5 in Block P & 8 and one alley
between lots 10 & 11 in Block P & 8.
Dated this 24th day of NvVember,
J VANCE HOWE,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M, McCaskill and
childien, Carolyn and John, Jr., vis
ited Mr. and Mrs, H, M, McCaskill
during the week-end.
Miss Margaret Kelly of Va.ss School
faculty spent the Thanksgiving holi-
day.s at her home here.
Miss Louise Primm has returned
from a visit with friends in Paikton,
Mr, and Mrs, A, A, McCaskill and
children visited Mrs. Sally Rowles of
Jackson Springs Sunday.
Mi.s.« Estelle McKenzie cf Pinehurst
visited Mrs, Jennie McK.enzie and
Miss Lydia Ray Sunday.
Mi.ss Elaine Pritchard of Eureka
dormitory spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with Mrs. J. B, Ray.
Misses Mable and Mary Ruth i'lsn-
cr of White Hill were week-end
guests of their aunt, Mrs, R, S, Bo
Among those from thl.s section at
tending the funeral of George Arnette,
in Jone.sboro on Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. X. H, Arnette and family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J Blue, Mr and Mrs.
J M Blue, Miss Allie Mac Blue and
Z V, Blue,
Nelson Blue of El ^ College visited
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Blue during the
Mrs. Dave Mortem and daughtei's,
Joyce of Raleigh visited relatives in
this section during the week-end.
Robert S. Blue of Columbia, S. C.,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
his family here.
Misses Myra Blue and Gladys
Primm of Hemp spent the week-end
at their hot»'s hcie.
FIKE ( HIEFX MEET HERE
TO FORM ASSOC I.VTIOX
A meeting of a number of Fire De
partment Chiefs was held in the Sou
thern Pines Fire headquarters at
10:00 o’clock on Monday morning for
the purpose cf forming an associa
tion of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs
of the Sandhill territory, the central
and eastern section of North Carolina
having already perfected their organ
izations. with some 51 members.
The general purpo.sf; of these assoc
iation: is to pi’omote general interest
in the fire fightersi cf the state. The
Piedmont and Western Association
when formulated will make a total
membership of 150.
I Present at the meeting here were
Sherwood Brookwell, State Fire Mar
shall; W. E. Holland, president of the
State Association, and Chiefs T. C.
Worley, Hamlet; R. B. Leonard, San
ford; W. H. Palmer, Charlotte; H. L-
Miller and H. W. Jackson Carthage,
L. V. O'Callaghan, Southern Pines.
NOTH E OF FOUEC LOSl RE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain deed
of trust executed by Pinehurst Realty
Company to J. Talbot Johnson, Trus
tee, under date of December 15, 1928,
which deed of trust is recorded in the
office of the Register cf Deeds for
I Moore County, North Carolina, in
I Book 52 at pa^e 17, to which record
reference is hereby made, default hav
ing been made in the payment of the
indebtedness secured by the said deed
of trust, and the power of sale there
in contained having become operative,
3nd the holder cf the bonds thereby
secured having requested and de
manded the undersigned ti'ustee to
foreclose the said deed of trust and
offer the real estate therein describ-
o'd for sale in order to sati.sfy the
'nd“btednes.s due, as in said deed of
Now, therefore, pursuant to ;aid
Icmand and request, and .necause of
said default in the payment as afore
said, the undersigned trustee will sell
for cash, at auction, at the main en
trance of the Court H.use in the town
of Carthage, N, C., at the hour of
Noon on the 28th day of December,
1936, the following described real es
-■Ml that tract of land in Sandhills
Township, Moyre County, North Car
olina, adj ining the lands of Marr,
Mrs- Hoover, Fred C, Page, et als,
and bounded and described as fol
Beginning at a stake in the South-
West edge of the Pinehursit-Linden
Clay Road, at the corner of Pinehurst
Fruit Company’s orchard: runs thence
with that line .S. 21 deg. 15 min. West
M60 feet to a stake, said to be
Mprr’s corner; thence as his line
South 5 deg. 19 min West 1404 ft. to a
staki; thence .S. uth 82 deg. 15 min.
E. i94 feet to a stake; thence as the
Hoover line N, 4 deg, 45 min E. 763
feet to Hoover’s corner; thence with
the Hoover line and past his corner
S- 85 ileg. 15 min E, 2020 feet to a
slake by the side of the first men
tioned clay road; thence with it the
following calls: N. 51 d. 15 m. W. 665
feet to a slight curve; thence con
tinuing with said road N. 45 deg, 5
min. West 365 ft,; thence continuing
with said road N, 39 deg. 20 min.
West 615 ft. to the beginning, con
taining 41.3 acres, more or less.
Being the third tract described m
said deed of trust from Pinehurst
Realty Company to J. Talbot Johnson,
Trustee, hereinabove referred to.
This 21st dav of November, 1936.
J. TALBOT JOHNSON,
NOTIC E OF S.\LE OF L.\ND
The Grist Mill
Is now g:rinding Corn on
TUP:SDAYS and FRIDAYS
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the Interlocutory Order of
F’oreclosure made and entered by the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Moore
County on the 23rd day of November
1936 in the matter of the Town of
Southern Pines, Plaintiff, vs. A. Dun
can Reid and wife. Rose M. Reid, de
fendants, same being recorded in
Land Tax Sales Judgment Docket No.
1, at page 123, in the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Moore
County, the undersigned Commission
er, will on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 28th, 1936,
at 12 o’clock NOON
at the Court House door in Carthage,
Moore County, North Carolina, sell
at public outcry to the highest bid-
One Two-Horse Tho’^n Hill Wagon
One Ox, thoroughly broken
Two IMilch Cows
Will be offered at the Stable in Pinehurst, |
Tuesday. December 8th,
L. R. GRIMM
Pinehurst Farms Sausage
Pinehurst Deptirfment Store
A. & I*. Market
Southern Pines (iroc-ery
ABERDEEN Spinninjr Wheel
Pinehinst Farms Packiner Plant
Pinehurst, N. C. P>one 2613
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