North Carolina Newspapers

    THE PILOT, a Paper With rhnracter. Aberdeen, North CaroHna
Friday, March 27. 1931
Aberdeen’s Community
House is Christened
Uniform Development of San'dhills
Territory Is Aim of Landowners
(Continued from page one)
Speeches and Music on Program
Enjoyed by Large Crowd
at House Warming extreme western 3dge of
The new ATberdeen Community j what is now Southern Pines the in-
House was duly christened last Fri- tended development of the avenue
day night The house warming was a stopped because it was thought wise
career of I to await the coming of Manning and
villages can conceive what is ahead
now that the start has been made.
Fortunately Knollwood 'was planned
with regard for the future. Now
Manning will plan the intervening
territory for that development that
is certain to come aijd come like a
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THOMAS AND GRAHAM AT
MEETING OF EDUCATORS
County Superintendent H. Lee
Thomas of Carthage and J. W. Gra
ham, of Aberdeen, chairman of the
County Board of Education, atten<ied
At Pindiurst
In “Man of the World,” which is
scheduled for the Pinehurst Theatre j ^ g^ate-wide meeting of county sup-
this Friday afternoon and night, Wil-' |,oard members in
liam Powell gives another breath
less performance which makes it
Greensboro on Monday.
All classified Ads in The Pilot are
at the rate of 2 cents per word. Count
the words in your ad and send cash
or stamps with order.
WANTED TO BUY HOME
age in or near Southern Pines C
G. A., Care The Pilot office. *
ch^c^usefulnis^for^h^ remodeled* old j see if he would approve of a straight whirlwind. The settlement now go*- another screen sensation like “Street
McKe^then house on South street. } avenue from the village boundary j ing foward and the emphatic and in-I Chance,” and “For the Defense.” |
As a gentleman in exile, an out- ■
cast—loved deeply by two women, one
he loves and can’t have, the other he
can have and doesn’t want—Powell is
seen as the' man so enmeshed in
crime that he cannot free himself.
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A huge crowd gathered for the | farther to the west. His first sug-j creased^ interest on the part^of nr*'
party. Splendid talks were made by 1 gestion when ^ he went
the Hon. Robert N. Page, County
Commissioner G. C. Seymour and H. u- v 4.
W. Doab. Special music was enjoyed j land boundaries and everything but
over the
ground with the owners of the land
was. to forget about existing roads,
in the way of solos by Mrs. Grady
Burney and little Bettie Barber, the
latter accompanied on the piano by
just as iittle Jackie Page. Taylor
Brothers colored quartet sang, and
the Happy McFayden Trio of Raeford,
radio broadcasters, furnished some
the natural phases. He proposed that
where lot boundaries do not fit in
with the best scheme of development
arrangements should be made where
by land owners could exchange odd
corners after new roads have been
laid down in order that plots of
real string music. The fun was furn- ground could be determined accord-
ished by a committee composed by
the Rev. E. L. Barber, Dan I. Mc-
Keithen and Ralph Caldwell, who kept
somtthinj? doing all the time.
people tells what is ahead. It is im
possible for such volume of acreage
as has changed^ hands in the last
two years in the vicinity of Pine
hurst, Knollwood and Southern Pines
to change hands again, in the next
two years for no such is j demands the ulti-
left. That is the burning fact that
folks may as well realize. Tomipkins
at Edgemoore, Watson and White be
mate in acting t?ilent—and gets it.
In this story of love that comes too
the deck. Now we begin the transac
tions in acreages, not hundreds of
acres. Ten, twenty, fifty and maj^-be
ing to the advantage of natural con
figuration rather than by arbitrary
road lines. This seemed to make a
hit with the owners, and should make
The first community affair held I a hit with the whole community. One j an occasional hundred-acre lot will
in the new Community House since | of the unfortunate conditions that he bought, but the big lots are ?ronp.
its official opening last week was last confront too much land in the Sard- The big holdings will be stimulants to
ight’s annual Junior-Senior banquet hills is that rectangular blocks have j the purchase of smaller ones, but the
tween Pinehurst and Southern Pines I l^te, of the fight of a man to re es
and smaller acreage purchases here | tablish himself in decent socie y or
and there in the vicinity have swept] the sake of a girl he nows o e ar
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Sterling Midget
Telephone 7111
For a Home Demonstration
DAY & BRADIN ELECTRIC SHOP
New Hampshire Avenue, Southern Pinei
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of high school students.
been laid off and streets staked out
where right angles should have been
ignored and streets tabooed forever.
smaller ones are to be properly plan-
beyond his reach, romance and tense
drama are thrown forcefully into re
lief against the gay and enthralling
atmosphere of pleasure-ground Paris.
Powell’s excellence in romance and ! S
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heart-tugging drama, plus the fasci- li
nation of the Parisian setting, plus 2
the presence in the cast of two su- I ^
CAROLINA
PREACHING SERVICES AT
PAGE MEMORIAL SUNDAY Manning does not propose any mora
There will be preaching services at such atrocitie?. Yeomans escaped | Mr. Manning will designate proper
the Page Memorial Church this Sun- ‘ that disaster in planning Weymouth house sites for five acres, for ten
day at the morning hour. A special the effect is apparent,
choir of young people will sing and Development Certain
the Rev. Mr. Ball will conclude the Mr. Manning starts his scheme by
series of sermons he has been preach- , considering house sites. Some folks
ned for the future welfare of the | P^^'h actresses in Carole Lombard
country. i Wynne Gibson, plus an obsorb-
Small Acreage Sites
ing story make “Man of the World”
a picture to get excited about.
What is described as one of the
acres, for seventeen acres, for twenty- 1 funniest comedie^ of the year, Mr
odd acres, or anything else, all de- Lemon of Orange,” in which El Bren-
pending on the suitability of the place Dorsey are co-starred, is
for the acreage awarded to it. Then | ^^e attraction at the Pinehurst Thea
series 01 sermons ne uccii pi cavil- , vunoiviciiiig lUnnrlav affomnnn and Tiio-Vit In
ing on “The Meaning of The Oross! may think that is far into the fu- he will propose road sites _ reach ™ Monday an^ g •
In Christianity.” He will speak on the ture, but the way development has
general topic of “What Are To been going in the Sandhills it is not
Do About The Crucifixion ? ” All of i at all remote, and it is of the high-
these services have been well attend- est importance that the future be
ed and the church extends a most considered. Those who look back ten
Theatres
houses, and then lot boundaries to I picture Brendel plays two roles. ^ g
fit with house and road concessions, j that of Mr. Lemon, an in-
In that way the piece of ground cut ! offensive Swedish toy salesman, and
out to be improved by some one will ! other is * Silent McGee, hard
way affect the piece that is left, gangster chieftan. The^fun real-
cordial invitation to the public to years ago and see the'solid block of | ^^d when a number of homes are fin-I
worship with them on Sunday and blackjack from the experimental farm
hear this last topic. to Southern Pines and around the
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First Annual April Trot
First Annual North and South Class
First Annual Golfers’ Class
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ally established each will be a com-! sembles McGee, is mistaken for the n
plement of the other, and the com-1 ^^^der just after a truck-load of «
munity that is to arise will be a dream
of perfection in home construct!•'n.
The project is of the highest order
of idealism, just such a scheme as ’.he
Sandhills are adapted for, and ,vith
the start of any kind of development
under this proposition a confidence
in the outcome will be felt by every
body interested in the neighborhood.
A new comer will see at a glance that
he is entering a boundary that is as
perfectly engineered as the highest
liquor is hi-jacked and one of the
gangsters is killed. Fifi enters the
plot at this point. She invites “Mr.
Lemon” to visit the night club where
she sings, thinking he is “IfcGee.”
When he gets there the gangsters try
their bes^t to put him “on the spot.’
How Brendel outwits them and fin
ally accomplishes the capture of
both gangs afford hilarious enter
tainment.
Two years ago Jesse L. Lasky, fa-
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MAN OF THE WORLD
d Qmmount Qicture
At Pinehurst (Only)
Friday, March 27th—3:00 and 8:15 P. M.
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skill can devise, and he will know' film pioducei, sent a tall, Lin-
that the future is to be based on tech-! ™'nesque young man and his pretty
U nical soundness. Mr. Manning is lay- ! "''»'ld’s last unconquer- |«
♦J i ing the foundation for a rural home ' wilderness, the dark jungles of ’
81 neighborhood that starts with all of | capture a motion pic- a
H i the natural advantages and re-!
U ! sources of this favored section, to ' studio-made epic ever shot. The ad
Hi which his ability will add all that!§
Hi the skill of man can contribute toward | “Chang.” After eighteen |g
i making that pleasant place to live I months in the jungle, braving dangers | 8
5j: that our leaders in home-making are ^ unending, Shoedsack brought back a I g
jj! emphasizing. stiange
TatkrtTLTenthuSiTs'ttliiv* i i Mondfty, March 30th—3:00 and 8:15 P. M.
•• When this work is completed the Lasky to say enthusiastically,
I;: whole area will be mapped and plan- ' "I'’ I H
H I ned from out the Linden road west of ' ^ : R
« i Pinehurst, through the Midland ® entertainment | a
i| count. V and Knollwood to Southern present “Rango.” To a , K
At Pinehurst (Only)
Full Program of Equestrian Specialties
AT PINEHURST
FRIDAY (note change of day) April 3rd.
2: 45 P. M.
5 Box Seats on Sale at the Carolina Hotel Livery Desk.
:: I Pines, and over the Weymouth hills I '''' musicals, underworld ; g
tiffn ! thrillers, sex—the usual in all its fa- 1 H
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Hi on the Boyd estates, reaching well ' H
a i toward Fort Bragg. The entire region I novelty. This production 11
H i will be a vast park of homes, and i profound impression g
H 11 do not hesitate to predict that in the Sand- ! g
11 i another ten years it will be a park of . *hat the management is glad of
a occupied homes much of the entire I «PPort»nity to bring it back to
H distance from Verner Reed’s to the ' Pinehurst theatre when it will be
11 Fort Brafeg line. But it is important | Wednesday afternoon and night g
a I now that in _the whole belt the lines !
H be laid intelligently and for the fu-
ture. It is the one big important task ' , Southern Pines
now ahead of the Sandhills. ! choosmg “Doctors’ Wives” as
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FOURTEENTH ANNUAL
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Pinehurst Horse
Show
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Trotters and Pacers In Harness
The finest and largest classes in the history of the Pine
hurst Horse Show.
Saddle Horses, Hunters and Jumpers
Polo Ponies
Best Boy and Girl Riders
S8 E]*v’ents
AT PINEHURST
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
March 31st and April 1st
Forenoon and Afternoon
Boxes and Parking Spaces may be reserved with Chas.
W. Picquet, Secretary, Pinehurst. Phone 3493.
RETURN ENGAGEMENT
The sensational animal picture
“R A N G 0”
Human, humorous, daring, dynamic—blazing I
new trails of entertainment
At Pinehurst
Wednesday, April 1st—3:00 and 8:15 P. M.
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I the most suitable vehicle for Warner
I Baxter’s latest screen offering, which
i is coming to the Southern Pines Thea-
a^4. j- • 1 Thursday, Friday and Satur-
Atter spendmg their sprmg holi- j tt i j. j , ,
A 4. j-tT 1- ^ XI • .r i ^ox selected an unusual dra-
days at the home of their mother, 4-; i j • . i ,
,, A1 1 1 ^ ' matic theme played against a back-
Mrs. Alex Cameron, Ed and Crawson u ^ j? 4. j i.i_
^ ground never before featured on the
Cameron returned to the Umversity ; 3„een. The story revolves about their
* tempestuous romance and marriage
Willmm Phillips of Bladenboro ^^ich goes on the rocks when the
^ent the week-end with his sister doctor’s wife fall prey to the
r' suspicions sown in her mind by her
. mother, who insists that women pa-
Mrs C. S Vernon of Erwin, Tenn., ' tje„ts seek out her husband for other
IS visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. | than medical attention. She is final-
; « rJ JT T I ly understand that her sus-
o r. an rs. . . onroe, Leroy picions are entirely unfounded on fact,
1 years ol , were | aj,(j ^ doctor’s duty to humanity
very a y poisoned Monday after-jg justly greater than his- own per-
noon by eating arsenate of lead. A sonal life. “Doctor’s Wives” boasts
doctor was hastily summoned, anti- | «f an unusually clever cast consist-
dotes given and they are thought to ing of Warner Baxter, Joan Bennett,
T ^ i Victor Varconi and Cecilia Loftus.
rs. . . ergendahl is confined to : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has cram-
her home from the shock of a fa'l she , med a lot of laughs and a few sighs
received last week. | ,.The Tailor Made Man’ starring
r. an rs. W.A. Thames and William Haines which comes to the
aug er, rs. Lucille of Siler City j Southern Pines Theatre Monday,
guests Sunday of Mrs. J. Tuesday and Wednesday. And Haines,
T - aided by a splendid cast, consisting of
J. R. Chisholm and family visited < Dorothy Jordon, Joseph Cawthom,
Laurinburg Sunday. Marjorie Raml>eau, William Austin , -
Mrs. Estelle Cameron is visiting i and Joan Marsh, has more than done 11
relatives at Aberdeen. i his part. “Tailor Made Man’» is still ' ^
rs. C. D. Morse has returned from j remembered by many as a howling
^u Hill where she went to attend the : stage success, and some will recall
uneral of her father. j the silent version of this play starring
Miss Georgia Wilson has been con-1 Taylor Holmes. The picture is high
fined to her home with an attack of class light comedy and in this lies
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PICTURE ,
At Southern Pines (Only) |
Thu., Fri., Sat., March 26-27-28—8:15 P. M. |
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Presenting |
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WILLIAM HAINES |
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In the screen version of the hilarious stage |
success, I
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