Friday, October 24, 1941.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines, North Carolina
WOMAN’S CLUB AT
Cameron Orjicanization is Guest
at Party; District Pres
Honoring the Woman's Club of
Cameron, tlu? Viias Woman’s Club in-
tertainoii at a lovi'ly puriy at Hold
Charmella Wednosday evening with
-Mrs. W. K. Nichols of Coats, presi-
ilont of the Ninth District North Car
olina I'Vdt-ration of Women's Clubs,
and lady members of the Vass-Lako-
viow school 1 acuity as special guest.«.
Decorations of ferns, ivy and fall
i lowers made the reception ro(>ni niosl
The group joined in singinu "Amer
ica,'’ after which Airs. P. A. Wil.son.
president of the local club, wolccnicd
the guests an<l presentt\i the district
Maternal Welfare Committee
Supplies Lost in Carthage
Fire; More Needed
ji defense work. Mrs. I'ete I’hillip.s,
president of the C'anieron Club g.ive
highli.ghts of her organization’s work
lor the past year
The entertainment committee then
led the group in contests of variou.s
kinds, the outstanding one being a
hot making contest. Names were,
drawn, erepe paper of several colors'
and pins were distributed, and each
person was asked to make a fall hat
for the person whose name she had
drawn, keeping the person’s identity
a secret. When the hats were com
pleted, they were presented to the
owners and a fashion show was held,
complete with numbers of the en
trants, and judges. The "creations"
were modeled on a platform be.fore a
background of greenery and after
much eliminating at.d recalling the
judges finally declared Mr.s. J. D.
McLean’s hat the winner. Mrs. Mc
Lean, the model, and Mrs. G. W,
Br(>oks, thp designer, were iwarded
Other priz'^-winners during the eve
ning were Mrs H. Cone McPherson,
Mrs. A. K, Thomp.son and Mrs. Pete
Refreshments of jellied cheese sal
ad, Ritz crackers, sandwiches, cup
cakes and tea wore served. During
the refreshment period, Mrs. J. A.
Phillips of Cameron gave an original
poem as a toa.st to the hostess club,
to which Mrs. Wilson responded.
Guests of the local club wori?, from
the Cameron Club. Mrs. J. C Kelly,
Mrs. Georgia Matthews, Mrs. Jewell
Hemphill, Mrs. C. M. Voyles, Mrs.
Belle MfKeithen, Miss Mary McLeod,
Mrs. J. A. Phillips, Mrs. A. P. Phillips,
Mrs. J. D, McLean. Miss Vera Mc
Lean, Mrs. O. B. Pullen, Mi.ss Kath
arine McDonalth Mrs. L. B. McKeith-
en, Mrs. W. B. Parker, Mrs. J. E.
Snow, Mrs. H. D. Tally, Mrs. H. C
?.^cPherson, Mrs J. W. Rogers, Mrs.
A. M. Snipes and Mrs. Raymond
From the Vass-Lakeview faculty:
Miss W'. Worsley, Mrs. Krank Swett,
Miss Eva Kirkman, Miss Valeria Wo
mack, Miss Mary Emma Thomas,
Miss Louise Leslie, Mi.ss Katharine
Graham and Mrs. Ruth Lang Gard
Other guests were Mrs. W. FJ.
Nichols. Mrs. J. B. Harris, Miss Del-
cie Terry, Miss Nettie Pearl Tilly and
Miss Virginia Senter, all of Coats,
and Miss Mattie McDuffie of Vass.
Honor roll for the first month of
school at Cameron was ariounced
this week by R. F. Lowry, principal
of Cameron High School.
Following is the honor roll:
Fourth Grade: Betty Lou Thomas.
Rachcl Badgett, Kathenne Wood,
Joyce Hardy, Magdalene Johnson,
Sixth Grade: Nancy Thomas, An
nie Lee Hopkins.
Seventh Gradp; C:irolly Cuthrie,
Rachel Holder, Joyce Howell, Rebec
Eighth Grade: Clinton Cameron.
Dillard Hopkins, Bert Smith, Peggy
Comer. Fa.ye Marion, Estelle South
ern. Alex Thomas.
Ninth Gr.ide: J. W. Camer;-n. H.iyes
Harbour, P.illy Womack, Mary F.
C’iimcron, Olga B, Cameron. Sibyl
Cf oper, Ruth Hardy, Ruby Line jerry,
.Marjorie Smith, Rachel ThcVnas,
Wanda Tucker, Hazel McDonald,
Tenth Grade: Esther Bilyeu, Mabel
without biidly needc’d supplies, Contri-1 J'vce l.sgett, Johnsie K.'lly,
button.-^ t wards replacing these lost t MeDnnald, Evelyn Ptiitts, (Jpat
nrticles will be gratefully received by| Whitaker,
the Committee, and should be sent
to the treasurer, Mrs. I-’rank McClure,
2")e will buy 2 rubbi-r sheets.
30c will buy a kimona. i
.'SOe will buy a light crib blanket.
$1.00 will buy a warmer one.
OOe will buy a ba.‘<ket.
72c will buy a dozen diapers.
^)0 will pa.v for a basket com-
The Carthage fire of last week
was a great loss to many individuals.
There was, however, a loss not listed
in The Pilot which touched every
person in Moore County. The entire
supplies of the Moore County Maternal
Welfare Committee were burned up.
They lomprised 30 ba.ssinets com
pletely equippt'd with mnttre.ss,
blankets, and layette, many complet
ed garments and the material for
making more, as well as over ■'>00
.vards of diapi'r eloth.
This is a .serious loss. The money
to pay for these articles was contrib
uted by the people of the county, for
the people of the county. The loss
president, who spoke on women’s part i.-: theiis. ITnless it can be made up
many mothers and babies will di
Honor Roll Given
For Cameron School
iOUDON JOHNSTON Kl’NKH.XL
TO BK HKLI> IN IMNKlll IWI
Funeral for Gordon Johnston of
Washington, D. C., who died Wed-
r.esday of a ruptured appendix, will
be conducted by the Rev. A. J. Mc-
Kelway at the Pinehurst Community
Church Friday afternoon at 2:00
o’clock. Johnston was 26 years old.
and connected with United Ogar
Surviving are his widow, formerly
Miss Elizabeth McDonald of Pine-i
hurst, whom he married a year and!
seven months ago, his mother, Mrs.'
Bella Johnston of Chase City, Va., a!
sister and two brothers. Burial will
be in McDonald cemetery on Linden
Week’s Newsin Army Circles
Census nport shows that 370
bales of cotton were ginned in Moore I
County from the 1911 crop up to Oc-'
tober 1, as compared with 480 bales’
for the crop of iniO, it was reported:
this week by William D. Smith of'
Vass, special agent. I
Mrs. Philip P. DorrZ of Fort
Dodge, Iowa, arrived Thursday to vis-!
it her sister, Mrs. George B. School-!
craft and Capt. Schoolcraft. |
Mrs. Andrew Curitan left Tuesday
night for Covington, Ky., to attend
the dedication of an organ in the
F’irst Methodist Church there. The
organ has been presented to the
Church by Mrs. Curitan’s aunt and
uncle in memory of her mother.
The Army Officers' Wives met
Wednesday at the Southern Pines
Country Club for the semi-monthly'
lunc hiMin. About ‘10 membi-rs and
guests were present and six tables of
1)1 idge were in play after lunch.
The next meeting will be held No-i
vemlX'r at the Country Club. Pwoser-'
vations can be made by calling Jlr.^;.
A. E. Murphy at the Chib.
Lieut. George B. Schoolcraft ha*
been promoted to the lank of Captain.
Lieut, and Mrs. Harry CorrniUii rf'
Boston, Ma.ss., are at the Colonial lit*-
in Southern Pines. They were inur'
ried a .short time ago in Bt ston an^*
Mrs. Corman has just joined LIriit.
Cormiin, who is stationed at the Ai«
Mrs. Staunton F'atker ot Soiithrrfc
Pines .spent last week-end in Rm'fc
Hill, S. C.. with Lieut. Parker v\ho i>
on maneuvers in that ar<a.
Ml.s. P. J Grady entertained Mr
and Mis. W. J. Hawn, of OntaiMi.
Canadii, at dinner at The Gray Foa
last 1’hursday flight.
PUiit Aih'(rtismg Pays.
F’h'venth (Irade: Sallie Wicker, Fe
licia Craham, Evelyn .\nn Snow. Law-
nnce Cameron, J. W N.ill, L B. Mc-
Keithen, John V.’, Thomas.
of Moore Countv Girl
Lt. C'I. and \!rs. Alexander Pal-
pletely outfitted with a niattres=:, | Kellv of F'ort Doven.s, Mji.ss.,
olankets, and layette. I have announced the engagement of
In the six years during which th?jthrir dau<rhter, M.nry F:iizabeth, to
Moore County Maternal Welfare Com-i i,t. P.obort I.ee Thornton. Miss Flelly
mittee has been in existence, thejjs „ pmnddaughter of the late Mur-
naternal mortality rate in the coun-|,ir,ek McLeod and Lsabelle Palmer
ty has dropped from eight in .'iOO, i Kelly, for many years residents of
one of the highest rates in the world,
to no deaths in 1939 and two in 1910.
.Several factors went into the making
of this record: the prenatal clinics,
the cooperation of the doctors of the
county and the staff of the Moore
Moore County. She is a graduate of
Goucher College in Baltimore. Mary
land. where she was a member of
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
I.,t. Thornton is stationed at West-
over Field. Mass. He was graduated
County Hospital, the never-failing f,om the University of Akron. Ohio
vigilance of the nur.se-midwife, Mrs.'and was a member of Lambda Chi
Harris. The giving out of ba.ssinets
ind other supplies is incidental to
this, the main service of the Maternal,
Welfare Committee. It is however, an
important phase of the work. F'or it
is important, often vitally so, to the
health of the baby and. therefore, to
the peace of mind which will give a
poor over-worked woman a few
months of*happy motherhocKi.
Cameron Hi^h Boys
Know Their Hogs
Cameron High School last week
(arned a reputation as a place where
*he boys know their hogs.
Britton Page and Hubert Lee Phil-
bps entered the stock judging con
test at the State F'air last week and
won over 200 or more entering the
contest. Hubert Lee and Britton won
second place in the swine judging as
a team and Hubert Lee won third
flace in swine judging as an indivi
Both are members of the Failure
Farmers of America.
“Our boys made a good showing
ind we are proud of them,” comment-
'■d O. B. Puller, agriculture teacher
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Lt Col. Kelly is now in this State
on maneuvers with troops from Fort
The wedding will take place in De
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Belanger of
Berlin. N. H., have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Laura,
to Henry Nooleboom in the Village
Chapel, Pinehurst, on October 22.
The wedding took place at 11 a. m.,
with the Rev. T. A. Cheatham per
forming the ceremony. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Nooleboom are employed at
Holly Inn in Pinehurst.
Mrs. V. S. Mulford of Pinehurst en
tertained Mrs. J. Garland Buell of
Tulsa, Okla.. and Mrs. L. B. Babcock
of Pinehurst at dinner at The Gray
Fox last Thursday,
Mrs. Nathaniel Norris of New
York, Mrs. Alfred Norris of Law
rence. L. I., Mrs. Henry Howard of
New York and Mrs. Warren Thorpe,
Jr. of Cedarhurst dined at The Gray
F’cx last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee C Fuller iiava
closed their summer home in Water-
ville, Maine, and are expected to ar
rive here this w'eek for the winter.
The Pinehurst School Hallowe'en
carnival is scheduled for Thursday.
October 30 in the school gymnasium.
Many new' features are plai r\ed for
the carnival, and a dance will follow.
There will be a King and Queen con
test and a Sadie Hawkins Day race.
Mrs. F. L. DuPont will act as fortune
teller, dressed up as a gypsy. The af-
jfair is sponsored by the junior class
of the High School.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W'. McNeill. Jr., of
Maysville, Ky., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Tsham C. Sledge.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lacks, and son,
Stanley Lacks and bride, arrived this
week from Norfolk Dowtis, Mass.
Dr. M. W. Marr, Dr. J. S. Ruggles
and Dr. T. A. Cheatham have return
ed from fishing trips and report good
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Hobson arriv
ed Saturday to occupy the Den Daisy
Mrs. A. S. Cobum entertained at
bridge Monday evening. Guests were
Miss Mary MacLong, Mrs. James
MacNab, Mrs. S. A. Hennessee. Mrs.
J. M. Hagood, Mrs. Blanche Wescott,
Miss May Chapman, Mrs. Alec Innes,
and Mrs. T. A. Cheatham.
Mrs. E. F. Partridge. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Partridge and son, Edward, of
Belgrade Lakes, Maine, have returned
for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hotchkiss of Win-
iton-Salem were week-end guests of
Mrs. Howard P. Hotchkiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Sprigg D. Camxlen of
”arkersburg, W. Va., have returned
to their home.
Mr. and Ikfrs. Frank White and
laughter, Shirley, of Haverhill, Mass.,
Mrs. Sallie Matthev.s Culton of
Greensboro spent the week-<>nd with
Miss Julia McNairy of Greon.sboro,
was week-end gu-st of Miss Friinces
Mrs. William Cartc'r, Jr. is .spend
ing this we!; in Greensboro.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Bowman visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. FMgar Bowman in
Maxton last Sunday.
Mrs. Lula Ellis returned to her
home in High Point last week after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F:. P. Capps.
Mrs. George Blackmore, of Dallas,
Texas is visiting her father, H. A.
Mrs. George Martin was hostess to
her bridge club and several invited
guests at her home on Pine street last
Fligh score prize for the club was
won by Mrs. E. T. McKeithen. Guest
prize went to Mrs. .S. A. Wor.sley.
Mrs. R. S. Gwyn and Miss Janette
Leach came in for refreshments.
At a meeting of the Community
House A.ssociation, at the Commu/-
ity House last Thursday, plans W'ere
made for installing a heating system.
Mayor Forrest Lockey was made
President of the A.s.sociation and Mrs.
H. A. Page, Jr., was elected House
A get-together meeting for the sol
diers at the school auditoriumi last
Saturday evening was cpiite a success.
Games were played under the direc
tion of Mr. Batchelor, and the Rev.
FI L. Barber led the group singing.
The Ladies of the touTi sponsored
an Officers Ball at the Community
House last Saturday evening, which
W'as one of the most enjoyable af
fairs of the season. Around a hun
dred guests were present.
Mrs. Dan Farrell entertained her
bridge club at her home on Tuesday
Mrs. Gaither Crutchfield and Mrs.
Ralph Reynolds were special guests.
Mrs. Crutchfield won the guest
prize and Mrs. Robert Farrell held
high score for the club.
The Home and Garden Club, after
cMsbanding for the summer months,
held its first Fall meetings at the
Community Hou.se la.st Tuesday with
Mrs. R. S. Gwyn as hoste.ss. After a
fhort business session, the program
was given by Mrs. Lean Soymoui
and Mrs. W. T. Huntley. Mrs. Sey
mour talked on “Gardening," and
Mrs. Huntley's subject was "Clean
up, rake-up and repair." The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Leon Sey
a'(‘n ei’ine jnersoii I
Wishe.s to Announce
that her \voi*ksho])s are o])en
for the convenience of hei*
clients and that
Mrs. Margaret Gage
Mr. C. 0. Thompson
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The Village Chapel in Pinehurst is
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ach Sunday afternoon at 3;3(
'’clock. Robert Rodwell is organist
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