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He! -day Activities
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Nat- 1
ter entertained a number of their j
friends at a buffet dinner party |
or December 19.
Mr. and Mrs Victor Wade were
hosts at j cocktail party on De
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Nat- )
ter. Col. and Mrs. L. H. Mc
Culley, Mr and Mrs. Gaither Ed- !
wards, ana Mr. and Mrs. A. B. !
Hardee honored James B. Black j
at a progressive birthday party i
on December 20.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Black :
welcomed a number of their j
triends at a brunch on Dccembei I
22. Bridge was also enjoyed by j
Mr. and Mrs. Don W Heppes j
entertained a group of their j
friends at a brunch on December j
Col. and Mrs. L. H. McCulley ,
arranged for a Christmas Carol I
s'npine party on December 24. |
Th..:r guests made visits to the :
various homes in Whispering
Pines singing Chrjstmas Carols
and then ended up at the Mc
Culleys' home for cake and cof
Mr. and Mrs George N. Adams
entertained friends at a cham
pagne breakfast at the Dobbs
House Restaurant, Whispering
Pines, on New Year's Morning.
A group of about 25 couples,
residents of Whispering Pines,
welcomed the incoming year at a
dutch party at the Dobbs House
Restaurant. New Year's Eve.
Home for Holidays
Miss Janet Heppes, daughter of
j Civil Service
A Civil Service examination for
the position of Food Service
Worker, WA-1, $1.25 per hour,
is now open, it was stated today
by the Executive Secretary, Board
of U. S. Civil Service Examiners,
Veterans Administration Hospital,
Fayetteville, N. C.
The examination is being con
ducted to fill positions at the
Fayetteville Veterans Administra
tion Hospital. The registers may
be used to fill vacancies in other
federal agencies in the area. The
examination will remain open
until ihe needs of the service are
Complete information and ap
plication blanks may be obtained
at the Civil Service Office, Vet
erans Administration Hospital,
Fayetteville, or at the local Post
Mr. and Mrs Donald Ileppes, *
student at Colorado University
Boulder, Colo., spent the holidays
with her parents at their home
on Spring Valley Lake. The Hep- 1
pes' son Bill, who is in the Navy !
met his wife In San Juan for the i
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Black
and Col. and Mrs. L. H. McCul
ley spent Christmas Day with i
Mis. McCulley's mother, Mrs. ?
Lloyd P. Dees, at her home in
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hardee, with
their dat'^hter Martha and son
Ronnie, spent part of Christmas
day with Mr. Hardee's father in
Greenville, and part with Mrs.
Hardee's sister, Mrs. Will ism 1
iiaigftt, in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs, George N. Adams j
spirit part of the Christmas H oh- j
days with their daughter, Mrs. :
William W Fetner, in Hamlet.
Ladies Goli Association
The members of the Whispering
Pines Ladies Golf Association will j
resume their regular play on i
January 7. These weekly meetings ;
are well attended and the com
petition is spirited. New members j
Children of deceased veterans
may be eligible for pension until
they are 18 years of age, or 21
years if attending school, provid
ed that they are unmarried and
that their own personal incomes
or estates are not greater than
the regulations allow.
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STAR CONCRETE CO., INC.
U.S. 1 Souih Southern Plans
400 TAHBELL ABERDEEN. N, C. WI 4-1581
COLONIAL FUHNITURE CO.
290 S. W. Broad St. OX 2-6083
Southern Pines, N. C.
Open Year Round
ABERDEEN ELECTRIC SHOP
Phone WI 4-1370 Aberdeen. N\ C.
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Phone 294-8122 Pinehurst, N. C
AIR & STEAMER TICKETS
'?Vfl ^ CRUISES ? TOURS
McLEAN'S STYLE SHOP
If It's Fashion News ? It's Her?l
! Aberdeen, N. C.
Windsor 4-1181 ? 1C3 South St.
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11 A. M. - 11 P. M. Dally
US 1 between So. Pine* & Aberdeet
Construction And Forestrf
Phone OX 5-7391
Southern Pines, N. C.
I COLLINS DEPT. STORE
Official Boy & Cub Scout
Ph. WI 4-1213 Aberdeen. N. C.
CLARK & BRADSHAW
N. W. Bros* Si. Ph. OX 2-7171
TATES HDW. & ELEC. CO
H. W, Broad St Phon? 89S-1891
Sou. Plnai Recapping Co.
Pb. OX 4 6273 3. W. Broad St Ex*.
So-ithara Picm. N. C.
SOCIAL STATIONERY : GIFT PRINTING
A!1 Types of Business Forms
Prompt Service ? Reasonable Prices
Phone 3-7271 Southern Pines. N. C.
THE PILOT. Inc.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
M A.RK LTDDELL. Realtor 695-5122
Major USAF Fi?&erv? 694-0222
U.S. Highway 1, South, Southern Pine*
Fri.-Sat. Evenings 7:30 ? 10:30 pan.
Sal.-Sun. Afternoon 2:30 . 5:90 p.m.
Sun.-Thurt. Evenings 7:30 . 10:00 p.m.
JONES ROLLER SKATING
Ilwy. 15-5G1 Suuih SuUlii?rD Fines
Complete Tire Service
Recapping 6 Hours
ALMOND'S TIRE SERVICE
S. 1 South Southern Pines Ph. 695-0741
HAWKINS ELECTRIC SERVICE
Large or Small
U. S. I -A South Phone 69S-83S5
BOZICK & COMPANY
210 S. W. Broad Si.
Phon? OX 2 6154
HEAT PUMPS ? AIR CONDITIONERS ? APPLIANCES
Sales GLENN NEWBERRY CO. Servic.
212 S.W. Broad St. Phone 695-1481 Southern Pinet
Sandhills Bonded Warehouse, Inc.
AERO ? MAYFLOWEF
Craling . Packing . Storage
OX 5*5691 U. S. 1 North
Southern Pines, N. C.
HOBBS INSURANCE AGENCY
YOliS/ty Insurance and Service
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118 N. W. Broad St. Southrn Pines
MILL OUTLET STORE
Dress Materials and Accessorial
Draperies and UpholisterT
650 S. W. Broad St
LONG MEADOW FARMS
Country Fresh Dairy Products
Call 69V5602 For Homo Delivery
POWELL FUNERAL HOME
Phone OX 2-6161
Southern Pines. N. C
Southern Piaee Warehouse*
Quality Building Supplies
Our 33rd Year Phone OX J-7131
^ FIELDS PLUMBING Sr HEATING
Plumbing - Hosting ? Atr Conditioning
: Ph. CY 4-5952 Plnehunl. N. C.
HALLTJM FURNITURE CO.
Aberdeen - Rockingham
8ii*w pfciftJ p VfViijjfj-sr Co.
?. t. Brcmd St Ph. OX 2-TKS1