IHh PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, April 12lh, 1940.
Issues A Chailen«:e
Aspirant For Congress Wants
Opponents T<» Join Him ■ hurst
I*. T. A. MeetiiiR | ift-. and Mis. R. E. Cole and fam-
The Api ii meeting of the Pine- ^ ily were guests Sunday of Mr. and
AHsociation Mr.s. Thomas R. Cole.
•Xl'lUL 15 LAST DAY Kt)K
I’AK.M I'L.VN SKiN-l l*
“We still have a good many of the
I Farm Plans for 1940 in the office
I which have not yet been sjgncd up,”
in lour of District ^ was held in the school auditorium ; Mr. and Mrs. Cbsper McDonald | .«ays County Agent E. H, Garrison,
T, ^ ^ Tuesday evening with a large num. i had a-s week-end guests Mr. ana Mrs. jr. jf these are not signed by the
,1). C. Phillip.s, candidate for Con- her present. As an opening numiber ‘ William T. Barnes of Moncure. M">th nf thi month it will nfit bf nos
CoUc. B.c.aom Singer, „„s , Mr.. H. W. Ehrh.rm ,„a Mr.. A,.' Mb,. L par,'^
O B. Deane Giles ^ewto^ ar.d Bob introduced in a short devotional con-' visited relatives and attended a blr.| time. but we shall not he permitted ! |
Steele to meet him on a joint to'.ir of .jurted hv .Shulhv Hnrtnn .Tr at p> = u i. . ...
Z \ o.neeia sang « Mrs. H. W. Ehrhardt and Mrs. Al- sible for these parties to
terday i.ssued a public challenge to g,oup of songs. The theme of the ,en Watson and children have return-1 payment under the program
Ms opponents Congressman Burgin entire program was art, which was ed from Columbia, S. C., where they' I hate' to see anyone lose
ducted by Sh«Iby Horton^ Jr. M. P. ^ thday celebration honoring their mo-1 to accept any of these nfter the clos
• .u- ilson presented a group of ten pu- ther, Mrs. Alma Taylor. i ing date. E>'ery effort has been made
out into^tbp onen "'l^qprtrd harbour were to contact all paities, but there are;
Iitjs “and nvoi \ n renptifon nf the Week-end giiests of Mr. Barbour'S still a few in each County who have
inn «vf f h 1 r ' H dpr ' ^ udiod and participated in by ther, Mrs. Ida E. Barbour of Four not shown ud yet. Those who have'
pussyfooting, boondoggling and under- t^e nupils Miss Jane Gibbs e’ave a rum
, . , r , n, pupiifi. .uist. jane uidds gave a oaks. already signed up were given a copy
ground steam roller t.icticn of the .short talk “\rt In Colors" whirh ^ .
, TIM' ’ (-oiors, wnicn Nelson of neveinnri Dhin the form. Tnis should keep any-
f,»». tw. ,ve.,. " T.rp“ »■-" 'T
week of his brother, Eric Nelson and confused as to whether or not
they have signed. Please keep this
closing date in mind and come in
just as quickly as you can.”
.sues clearly stated and I Diink the famous artists
voters should have the opportunity of
hearing and sizing up the different a pantomine entitled. “Shortnin’'
candidates in the oia-fa.»hioned Amer. Bread” was given with the characters Klo‘se Wicker returned to
ican way. in lostume and blaik-faced while a '''"man’s College, Greensboro Mon-
“During the pa.st few days I have by Miss Choate Accompanying her were Mrs,
traveled right miich over the di.stnct the song “Shoitnin- Bread” E, F. Partridge f ’
and have di.scoverod th.n the lieu. ^urhault announced
tenant.s and capt.iin.s :uv bein^ tram- , *u ‘, %\av
' that the pre.school chnic would be
held Friday, May 3d at the school.
TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PIUS ONE CENT*
WEDNESMY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
MORE THAN 250 GREAT VALUES DURING THIS GREAT SALE
Millioni of thrifty ihoppin »tt (ai>
friends of 4hii giganfie druq ifor* mir>
chandiiitty avcnt, W* want mor*
(riandt for fhii bigqar, b«H*r lalt>
Watch for ifl AHend ifl
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Livermore
ed for an even great.-r battle than T m,. and Mrs David Coffev and in
fnday May 3d at the school, a™uavia (..ottey ana in. t^eir homo Bilveu Farm for the re
two years ago. There are concrete ev- , fqnt son snent Tupsdav in Durbim r.iini, loi uie
irtpnros no« ti,»t th. tu-n to have Tuesday in Durham. t,,,.
idence.s nou Uiat the tuo f.ghting Mr. and Mi-s. A. B. Sally enter. daughter Ju-
generals are determined to have an- „ ,i * » . tnine.i tiie «?et Rirk rinh nt th^ir uaut,iutr ju
piade ne.\t lall present at the clinic. the het-Back Llub at their Fayetteville arc spending sev-
Cabin Friday evening.
Wafeh fh* n«wipap»ri*-wateh euf
dowt for lafait nawi on our bi) ttiit
»how—^••luring Gl»« ©r»y •I'd
Caia Lom* Otcheifr*, Tony KfartlOi tn#
3 Rogu*t, «nd oth« top ngfeh ridio iflfft
f>thii- political war nt any price and
The nominating committ^'c com-i
I eral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
4 w^n feacr ^ndh”ri onv ^r^ A- ! Campbell. Mr. Cole i.s a patient in
eighth d" tS inri anr^LSd’^ B, .Sally and Mr. Horton presented the i the Moore County Hospital. Mr. ami
e.ghth distnct and I am confident p,,ty for the
that the people share my opinion.”
Mr. Phillip.s who recently opened
his campaign with a speech at Car
thage, promiseil hi.s audience that
year and thev were
unanimously and Mrs. T..
clected and will be in.stalled at the Mrs. S. A. D. Shep-j Pouch left Monday for hi.s
ing: Mr.s-. Eric Nelson, pre.s. home in Stamford. Conn.
BE HERE EARLY FOR VALUES
THAT HAVE NO EQUAL
APRIL 17, 18,19 AND 20
Vass Drug Store
VASS, K. C\
THI DRUG SIJSJH F0l^lOWEST>RICES IN TOWN
ident: Mr.s. s. R. Ransdell,
he would never vote to send an ,, . ’ -t' ■
ident; Mr.s. Thomas R. Cole, secre-
American youth to war across the TiWm^,
seas. He now calls upon the rank and treasurer.
file voters "to cast their ballot aginst An art exhibit of maps, flags, free
political war in the eighth.’ ’ hand drawing^ book bindings and
Mr. Phillips said his challenge to jackets, and handlchrafts was greatly
his opponents for the speaking tour *’rijoyed and appreciated by the par.
was Issued In all ^incerltv. ”1 would foiiowlng the meeting .which
... . _ . "as planned by the teacheis and
like nothing better than to appear i u-
* Mrs. J. \\. Harbison, program chair-
on the same platform with my op- naan.
ponents,” he said.
MACK DVVin MrlVKi:, 70,
OF XKAIt ( VMKltOX DIKS
Mrs. James L. Buckley of Grosse
Point Farm, Mich., is the guest of H
Mis. Helen Barns V'on Sohrenk. \ l|
Mrs. Blaine Ritter and infant son ||
have gone home from the Moore ||
County Hospital. i §
Mr. and MI's, Thomas R. Rudel j ||
entertained Saturday night at Mon-
tesantl's Spaghetti Camp In celebra
tion of Mrs. Rudel’s birthday. Guests'
were Mrs. C. M. ftudel, Mr. and Mrs.
A BEf VER
W. E. Rudel. Mr. and ^rrs. Frank W.;
McCUier, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. James'
Ml. and Mrs. Charles T. Crocker Tuft.s_ Mr. and Mr.s. John Evans Love, ||
1-^ave arrived from their home in Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkland, Mr i ‘
Fitchburg. Mass., for a few weeks and Mr.s. George London, Mr. and I
, 7 ^ estate, Plnewila , Mrs. Edward Bell Mr. and Mrs. Rob.
Fiineial .services for Jfack David ’ v. . *•. lu. ,
Mclver. TO. well known resident of II
Route 1, Cameron, were held on
March 29th from the Cameron
Presbyterian Church. The Rev. C.
M. Voyles. pastor and the Rev. M
D. McNeill of Sanford, a former pas-
ttir, officiated. Burial was made in
the C.wieron cemetery.
Mr. Mclver passed away in
Aloore County Ho.spital after an ill- ||
ness of several day.s. Ho was .-.i na- ^ }♦
live of Chatham county, but had liv- :S
ed in Moore countv for many years, j*
He was engaged in farming and was };
a member of Cameron Presbyterian , ||
Church. ; |j
Surviving are His second wife, ■
ifr.s. Kate Arnold Mclver and two ||
Sons, A. \V. Mclver of Fort Bragg
und E. J, Mclver of Washington, D. |;
A total of 111 persons wore kil’^d !S
in traffic accidents in Xortli Caro- ••
lina the first two months of 19-10. ||
SPEED SUITS A^e IN A RACING |
CIGARETre SLOl^-BURNING. j
CAMiLS BUR.N SLOWER — |
GIVE Ai£ TH£ 'EKTRAS' IN
■EXTRA SMOKING FOR MY
MONEY, Ton I
M/t/gef Auto Rau'ftg Champion
In recent laboratory tests,
CAMELS burned 25% slower
than the average of the 15 other
of the largest-selling brands
tested — slower than any of
them. That means, on the av
erage, a smoking plus equal to
Notice i.s hcreb.v jriven that the Board of Elections
oi Moore County, North Carolina, in rci^uJar meeting
oil the 2-> (lay of March, 1040, oi’ciorod a full new regi.s-
tration rtf voter.s in .Aloore Count.v, and pursuant to said
01 del and as by law provided, notice i.s hereby given that
the ieKi''tration books of Moore County wil be open at
the tisual^ iilaces in i\Ioore County for a period bepinniiiK
on the 27th day ol April, 1940, and ending on the 11th
d;i> of i'la.v, 1940. and that during said time all persons
who are otherwise <iualificd and who expect to vote in
the piiniary to be held on May 25, 1940, are required
to cause themselves to be duly registered by the Reg
istrar of their respective voting precinct.
Notice i.s further given that the Spies Precinct vot
ing place will hereatter, be at the Commuiiitj' Building
instead of the Public School Building
Notit<e is further given that the Precinct line be-
t\ywn .‘^peiicerville and Hemp, by order of the Board
oi hlections. has been altered and changed so that the
^iiid line hereafter will be as lollows: Beginning at
liowaids Jlill Bridge on Deep River running thence
T-,n'? Bridge Road to Curtis Garner’s
I'lllling Station on Highway No. 705, running thence in
a .straight line toward Haywood Morgan’s place to the
Spies Precinct Line, thence with the Spies Precinct line
to the line of the We.stmoore School District line; thence
with said line to the beginning, not including the Spies
This alteration has the affect of adding more terri
tory to the Spencer\'ille Precinct. And al! persons with
in the boundary aforesaid are required to register and
vote in the Spencerville Precinct. The voting place in
said precinct hereafter, by order of the Board of Elec
tions, will be held and conducted at the Westmoore
This the 6th day of April, 1940
MOORE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS,
A12, A19, By John A. Fry, Chairman,
• * *♦
Now You Cart REMODEL.
Your 1-lome on Your Income
You can build that new wing- right away, now that Federal Hous
ing’ legislation has made Property Improvement Loans available!
And pay for it out of your income . . . with convenient monthly
You can paint the house, too. Redecorate it. Beautify it with
shrubbery and landscaping. Invest in a new roof. Modernize the
plumbing or heating system.
That’s what Property Improvement Loans are for!
THe F" H A F»lan
reauees property improvement (repairs, remodeling,
etc.) to a few simple factors:
1. Decide on the improvements.
2. Get an estimate from a local firm (or individual.)
3. Apply here for a Property Improvement Loan.
4. Pay for improvements monthly .., out of your
We will be glad to explain the details of the FHA Plan
which makes it possible to enjoy modern home comfort
within your means.
BANK OF" F*INEHURSX
Aberdeen, N. C.
Pinehurst, N. C. Carthage, N. C.
For Each Depositor
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Washington, D, C,
> Maximum Insurance
•tPJUlA; For Each Depositor
By RUBE GOLDiin.iv<
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