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MARY EVELYN de NISSOFF TELEPHONE OX 2-6512
Start Of 47th
T rials Is Saturday !
The 47th renewal of the Pine- 1
hurst Field Trials gets underway
next weekend with four stakes on
This is one of the oldest triai
meets in the country. Drawings |
for the three amateur events ;
scheduled wiH be made at 9 p. m . |
Frdiay, January 3, at the Holly
Inn, headquarters for field trial- i
ers. Drawings for the open stake i
will be held there Sunday.
The Amateur Derby leads off, I
the first brace going down early j
Saturday morning. Heats are a !
half-hour, and the stake is open '
to all bird dogs whelped on or j
after January 1, 1962.
The Amateur All-Age and the
Amateur Shooting Dog, both
open to all bird dogs handled by
amateurs, follows with heats of
one hour for the Ail Age and 30
minutes for the Shooting Dog.
Perpetual trophies, which the
owner retains upon his third win,
are offered in addition to trophies j
in the fir^l two stakes. The Hoag- j
land Memorial Trophy, given in |
the All-Age. honors Raymond !
Hoagland of Cartersvilie, Ga., one
of the founders of Ihe Pinehurst
Fieid Trial Club. The Dr. T. W.
Shore Memorial Bowl is given in
the Derby in memory of the late
ardent trialer from Boonville,
N. C. |
Concluding stake, the Pine- |
hurst Open Shooting Dog Classic,
carries a $750 guaranteed purse,
to be divided $500 and $250. With
one-hour heats, this stake is open
to all bird dogs.
Judges are Claude Crawford of
Binghampton, N. Y. and J. Wil
liam Andrews, of Greensboro. '
Suitable mounts from the Pine
hurst Stables are available for
those ,who wish to follow the trials 1
on horseback. All arrangements 1
may be made by writing James '
W. Tufts, Secretary, Pinehurst, N.
Airman 1/C James Roy Smith
and his wife are the parents of
a second son, Jonathan Charles,
born December 15 at the base
hospital of the U. S. Air Force in
Northern Italy where Airman
Smith is stationed. The baby's
brother is James Roy, Jr., 13
months old. Paternal grandpar
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smith of Pinehurst. The infant's
mother is the former Joan Cooke
of Everett, Mass.
Theatre Ph. OX 5-3013
Coriiinuous Shows Dally J
THURSDAY, JAN 2 through TUESDAY. JAN. 1
k FUN AND FANTASY!' SONdS AND SORCERY!
egular Admissions )
Wk. Days? 3:20 5:15-7:10-9:05
Sun. ? 1 : 30-3:20-5:15-7:10-9:05
Sal. ? 11:30-1:30-3:20-5:15-7:10-9:05
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
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Shows ? 3:00 - 5:00 - 7:05 - t:10
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
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I'ri. ? 3:20 - 5:00 7:00 - 9:05 ? 8??. ? 11:90 . l:-3i-5:-7:.8t05
Young Riders From- N. C. And Other
States Take Prizes In Horseshow
Judges Newton Mayo oi South- \
era Pines and James McKenna
of Eimira, N. Y. awarded prizes
in the following classes in the
Mid- Winter Horseshow held Sun
day afternoon in the riding ring
of the Carolina Hotel (winners
one through four listed in order):
Beginner's Horsemanship ? Sus
an Pomerans, Carolyn Chappell,
both of Sanford; Chris Blake of j
Pinehurst; Susan Gernold of Pine '
Intermediate A Horsemanship ? j
Gregory Goff of Southern Pines; j
Jane Willett of Sanford; Ede
Grav '* oi Statesville; Joan Blane
Advanced Horsemanship? Bea
ver Tate of Cockeyjvjlle, Md.;
Dottie Brinii of Sanford; E!=a
Gaebl of Luthersviiie, Jvfd.; Nelie
Wilkinson of Sanford.
Green Working Hunters ? In
this adult class, juniors defeated
the advanced riders, taking all
prizes: Star Patches, owned and
ridden by Gregory Goff; Blue
Moon, owned and ritiden by Bea
ver Tate; Termite, owned and |
ridden by Carolyn Chappell; Hey
Mister, owned by Lakelawn
Farms and ridden by Jan Graves
Intermediate B Horsemanship
? Jane Womble erf Sanford; Mary
Virginia Morton of Southern
Pines; Barbara Wadsworth of
Southern Pines; Tia Blake nf
Green Conformation Hunters ?
Blue Moon, Beaver Tate; Weed
Sneed, owned and riden by Nelle
Wilkinson; Hey Mister, Jan
Graves; Midland Road', owned and
ridden by Beaver Tate.
Junior Working Hunters -Blue
Moon, Beaver late: Hey Mister,
Jan Graves; Sideslip, owned and
ridden by Dottie Brinn. Rajku
mar, owned and ridden by Bar
bara Hitchie of Southern Pines.
Ringmaster for the show was
John Cotter, a Southern Pines
The next in the series of Mid
South Horseshows will be held
at Lakelawn Farm in Southern
Pines on January 19.
Forum To Present Goya And Malteo
In Dance Program At Carolina Hotel
Members of the Pinehurst
Forum and their guests, and visi
le.-;. a*, the hotels, will have the
opportunity of seeing Carola
Goya and her dynamic partner,
Matteo, who will present "A
World of Dancing" in the Carolina
Hotel ballroom on Thursday, Jan
uary 9. beginning at 8:45 p.m.
Members planning to attend are
asked to note that this third in
the Forum's current concert-lec
ture series, will be at the Carolina
instead of at the Pinehurst Coun
try Club, where the performances
are usually held.
Those who wish to have dinner
before the concert may make re
servations ahead' of time with ihe
lead waiter for the regular din- J
ler, which begins at 7 p.m. Caro
ina manager Daniel O. Delany
suggests that those expecting to
mtertain large groups of friends
irder a set menu to facilitate
ierving so they will be out of the
lining room in time for the open
ng number on the Forum pro
Carola Goya, who illuminates
he Spanish dance in all its beau
:y, is as renowned for her playing
)f the castanets as for her danc
ng. Her supremacy in this regard
Caroto Goya and Matteo
is recognized by critics of all
countries of Western Europe in
which she appeared for three
years as leading female dancer
in the Jose Greco Spanish Ballet
company in London, Parts, Brus
sels, Barcelona, Geneva, Amster
dam and other capitals of the
"In Carola C-oya's hands," wrote
Svencf Kragh-Jacobson in the
Berlingske Tidende of Copenha
gen, "the castanets are not a mere
rhythm marking device as in the
case of many dancers. With her
they live, they sing, they speak,
they weep, they rejoice, creating
many moods, thus becoming as
mi"-h a part of the dance as
physical movement." Writer Terry
of the New York Herald-Tribune
says, "She weaves dreams of
One of the most interesting
numbers on the current program
is the charming and unusual Cast
anet duet, to the music of Albeniz,
played by Miss Goya and Matteo,
who is also a past master and
authority on the castanets. His
forthcoming book informs us tha*
these fascinating instruments are
(actually thousands of years old.
having their origin in ancient
Egypt where they were used not
only for dancing but also in fun
eral and religious rites and by
soldiers while marching
Recently Miss Gova and Matteo
were stais of the CBS television
program, "Camera 3," which en
joys nationwide coverage. The
program was entitled. "Castanets
.More than Mere Rhythm," and
dealt with the history of the in
strument and displayed a dozen
or more examples of the castanets
of many widely diversified coun
tries and eras, all of these being
only a part of Matteo's extensive
collection which has been gather
ed from all over the world. Matteo
also has been starred' on the wide
ly seen television program, "Cap
Indeed, Carola Goya and Mat
teo are unique in their artistry
and are unanimously acclaimed
to be the finest virtuosos in this
Mrs. McKean, Son.
Are Tennis Winners
j In the parent-child tennis tour
nament held Sunday afternoon
at the Pinehurst Country Club
courts, Mrs. Q. A. Shaw McKear.
and son, Robbie, walked off with
the first prize.
Runner-up in the contest was
i the team of I)r. Francis L. Owens
land hi* daughter. Linda, a ?tu
dent at Pennsylvania State Col
lene, here for the holidays with
Between 1955 and 1957, the j
North Carolina flue-cured tobac
co allotment was reduced by 29 ;
BEAVER TATE, with his horse. Blue Moon, winner uf a first ]
in the Green Conformation Hunters class at the Mid South j
Horseshow Sunday, receives his prize from Carolina guest Mrs. j
Fraser Webster ol Washington, D. C. (Hemmer photo) j
GREGORY GOFF, winner of the Intermediate A Horseman
ship class in the Mid South Show, gets his prize from Mrs. L. 3.
Bain, a Carolina guest from Hatboro, Pa. (Hemmer photo)
Prizes Awarded In
Two homes situated next to
each other on Airport Road won
first and second prizes in the
Christmas outdoor decorating con
test sponsored annually by the
Pinehurst Lions Club.
Winning first were Mr. and
Mrs. Lolyd Davis (she is the
former Mrs. Dana Cameron), and
runner-up was the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Adelbert Cameron.
Moore Memorial Hospital's
lighted and decorated Christmas
trees, one on the roof, brought to
that institution the first prize in
the commercial division, with
the Holly Inn taking runner-up
Dr. J. C. Grier, Jr. again won
the prize in the religious category.
Hobert Williams, chairman, and
his committee were judges.
ENGRAVED Wedding Announce- !
ments and Invitations. Quick
service, reasonable prices. I
June Cockman of Robbing Rt
' wiio has served a s a Moore
County ABC law enforcement j
off iter, and' also as a deputy !
sheriff, has been appointed con- ;
stable of Ritters township by the j
He succeeds Roy Brown, who '
was t lectod constable in 1962 but
who resigned to take a full-time
Cockman was cut off from the
ABC staff in March 1962 because
of declining revenues, which fore- !
ed a reduction from three to two |
men. He worked for several
months with the sheriffs depart- '
ment on a temporary basis.
Last fall he accepted employ- ?
rrent with the Southern Pines j
police department, then changed !
his mind as he said he preferred j
not to leave his home. He has a j
large poultry farm near Robbins. j
His son, D. A. Cockman, is an I
outstanding 4-H member, presi |
dent of the Mot.r County 4-H I
Council, who recently was c !
state winner, then a national win
ner, with his 4-II poultry project. I
Tittie is no Southern Pines
muiuci(?nl court report this week.
iio court Jersion was held during
Christmas week, and this week,
court was postponed from Wed
nesday to Thursday on account
of the New Years Day holiday.
CARD OF THANKS
All members of the family of
?rthur P. Allen wish to extend
:i net rest thanks to friends and
neighbors for their many kind
nesses and expressions of sympa
thy at his passing. We are very
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Willie Baker
takes this opportunity of express
ing sincere gratitude to all
friends and neighbors for all
deeds of kindness and expressions
of sympathy shown during our
The Baker Family
'he national honor, along with a
scholarship, was recorded hirn at
the National 4-H Congress held
at Chicago in November.
w ve made a resolution to thank you
for your friendly patronage which has
made the past year so nleasant. Happy '61!
Pinederte Supply Co.
U.S. Hy. 1 South Ph. 695-8482 Southern Pines. N. C.
Next to Jackson Motors and Southern Auto Paris
Whore Every Customer Is An Appreciated Individual
QUESTION: How's Business?
ANSWER: Best Ever!
Q. Are stores in smaller cities
supposed tc be on the way out?
A. We expect to be around tor
a long time.
Q. What about competition from
discounters and so forth?
A. "When in Rome do as the Romans
do" . . . and maybe a little bit better.
Q. What is your basic business
A. To sell the most goods at the
lowest price consistent with
quality and helpful service.
Q. How was business in 1963?
A. Wonderful! The biggest of
our 28 years.
AREN'T CUSTOMERS WONDERFUL PEOPLE!
OUR ENTIRE STAFF JOINS IN WISHING YOU THE VERY
BEST IN 1964 AND IN THANKING YOU FOR THE PRIVI
LEGE OF SERVING YOU.
';Es? T? il-SpfSSs
C. L.. TYSON. Mgr.
throuqh Ihe yearj