North Carolina Newspapers

    Friday, March 27, 1931.
THE. PILOT, a Paper With Character, Aberdeeti, North Carofina
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A Quiet Home-Like Family Hotel
Pleasantly Located on Vermont Avenue Near the Pines
I SEASON OCTOBER 1ST TO JUNE 1ST
I MRS. W. N. GREARSON
§ 6933 Southern Pines, N. C.
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Enjoy Radio as You Ride With a
Philco Transitone Automobile Radio
Can be installed the day you buy it.
C. J. SIMONS, Electrical Contractor
Office Telephone 7151' Southern Pines
1 100% PROTECTION—NO INJURY
§ Tear Gas Fountain Pen Gun
H A safe effective substitute for dangerous firearms,
H needed in stores, banks, theatres, filling stations and
§ homes. Ideal protection for motorists and women. In-
2 stantly stops, stuns and incapacitates most vicious man
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II Southern Pines, N. C.
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I EASTER OUTFIT
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The Week in Southern Pines
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See the new Suits, Dresses, Coats and
Hats we have to show you.
Our prices will attract you.
Exclusive Agents for
The Gossard Line of Beauty
LADIES’ STYLE SHOP
Aberdeen, North Carolina
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I DORSON’S ORCHESTRA
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u A La Carte Service
H One of the Outstanding Features in the Unique Service is the
H ’delicious Fresh Lobster and Genuine Southern Fried Chicken
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H Telephone Southern Pines 7371 Open 12 Noon to 1 A. M.
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Social
Mrs. Vinson Johnson entertained at
bridge Wednesday afternoon at her
home in compliment to her house
guests, Mrs. Richard T. Raymond of
Orange, N. J., and Miss Margaret
Raymond of Madison, N. J. Guests
included Mrs. John Howarth, Miss
Ella Louise Waterbury, Miss Doris
Eddy, Mrs. Shields Cameron, Mrs.
Charles Davis, Mrs, John Jordan, Mrs.
E. C. Edwards, Mrs. Howard Burns
and Miss Doris VanCamp.
Miss Marion Bennett, Miss Edith
Quier, Miss Bernice Wall, Miss Vir
ginia Van Wie and Miss Maureen
Orcutt, honorary members of the
Thistle Club, were honor guests at
luncheon Thursday at the Southern
Pines Country Club.
Mrs. James Milliken will entertain
at bridge Friday afternoon at her
home on New Hampshire avenue.
Mrs. F. W. VanCamp entertained
at a bridge luncheon Friday at her
home on Ashe street in honor of her
house guest, Mrs. Florence Holmes of
Redwood, N. Y. Guests included Mrs.
Holmes, Mrs. Harry Gage, Mrs.
Charles Grey, Mrs. Maxwell Grey,
Mrs. A. McNeil Blair, Miss Eva Cald-
erwood, Miss Dorothy Holt, Mrs. Hol-
linshed, Mrs. Hoyt Shaw, Mrs. Al
bert Vittum, Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson-,
Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald, Mrs. Craig-
hill Brown, Mrs. Maude Grearson and
Mrs. Andrew Creamer.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Van
Camp was again a bridge hostess in
compliment to Mrs. Holmes. Mrs. H.
A. Gould won the high score prize and
Mrs. Pruden second prize. Guests be
sides the honor guest were Mrs. Hugh
Betterley, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Frank
Welch, Mrs. H. A. Gould, Mrs. Chad-
v^ick, Mrs. Pruden, Miss Dorothy
Holt and Mrs. Anderson of Provi
dence, Rhode Island.
Mrs. R. A. Olmstead entertained
the Contract Club Monday afternoon
at her home in Weymouth Heights.
Pupils of The Ark will hold a Gar-1
den Sale in aid of the Southern Pines
Library from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m.
at the school Thursday, April 2nd.
Mrs. Myron Adams, Mrs. Albert
Adams, Mrs. R. T. Mills and Mrs. W.
H. Mumford were joint hostesses at
biidge in honor of Mrs. Virgil Clark
on her birthday Tuesday evening at
the home of Mrs. Myron Adams. Five
tables were in play. High score hon
ors were won by Mrs. R. A. Johnson,
Albert Adams, Mrs. Virgil Clark and
David Hoskins. Guests included Mrs.
Virgil Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Battle, Mrs. George Buttry, Rupert
Dalrymple, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wor-
sheim, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mumford,
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Adams, Mrs. Irene Mil
lar, Mr. and Mrs. David Hoskins, Mrs.
R. A. Johnson, C. W. Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Mills and Mrs. Clyde Coun
cil.
Mrs. C. L.Worsheim was hostess to
the Round Dozen Bridge Club Thurs
day afternoon at her home on Ashe
street. Mrs. George Buttry won the
prize for high score, Mrs. R. A. John
son second prize and Mrs. Ned Mc-
Gaffaghan low score prize. Guests
present were Mrs. L. M. York, Mrs.
R, A. Johnson, Mrs. E. C. Clark, Mrs.
R. T. Mills, Mrs. B. L Henderson,
Mrs. G. H. Buttry, Mrs. S. V. Hoker,
Mrs. Ned McGaffaghan, Mrs. J. D.
Sitterson, Mrs. Dorothy Adams, Mrs.
W. H. Mumford and Mrs. Elsie Lor-
enson.
S. PL Stone of New York and Dr.
and Mrs. Jaffer of the New York
Medical Center have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E Bernstein at
Crescent Lodge. Dr. and Mrs. Jaf
fer left this week for Baltimore to at
tend a convention there. At present
Mrs. Bernstein has as her guests
Michael Erlanger and his son, Mich
ael, Jr. The former will motor from
here to Erlanger, N. C., to survey his
mills there ,the latter returning to
Princeton next week.
Highland Pines Inn
and Cottages
(WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS)
SOUTHERN PINES
SEASON NOVEMBER TO MAY
Highland Pines Inn with its Splendid Dining Room Service ^
and its Cheerful Homelike Atmosphere Caters to the Require- g
ments of those Occupying Winter Homes in the Pine Tree Sec
tion. The Hotel is Situated on Weymouth Heights (Massachu
setts Avenue) Amid Delightful Surroundings. Good Parking
Space is Available for Motorists. All Features of First Class «
Hotels are Included at Highland Pines Inn. Best of Everything. «
Summer Hotel: THE INN, Charlevoix-the-Beautiful, Michigan. H
CREAMER & TURNER, Proprietors p
Personals
Miss Margaret Raymond of Madi
son, N. J., and Mrs. Richard T. Ray
mond of Orange, N. J., are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Vinson L. Johnson at
their home on Connecticut avenue.
Mrs. John Ruggles has gone to
Winston-Salem accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. John Plummer where
they will visit relatives until after
Easter.
Mrs. Verdie Wiley returned home
Monday after spending several days
with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Shaffer.
Miss Helen Blair, a student at
Smith College, is spending the Spring
vacation with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. McNeil Blair.
Miss Margiaret Silver returned
Sunday from a week’s visit in Ashe
ville, where she was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Coursey.
Miss Martha Campbell of Raleigh
spent the past week-end here with her
mother, Mrs. Hattie Campbell.
Dr. Walter G. McLeod is ill with
pneumonia at Highsmith Hospital.
Mrs. Florence Holmes of Redwood,
N. Y„ who has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W, VanCamp for
several weeks, will return home Wed-
neday.
Mrs. S. B. Richardson, who has been
ill at her home, is very much improv
ed.
Mrs. James Boyd and Miss Julia
Scott Butterfield have returned from
a trip to Camden and Aiken.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Carpenter
of New York are house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Gilkyson. Mr. Car
penter is a prominent New York
playwright, author of “The Cinderella
Man” and other successes.
Miss Cora A. Harris, daughter of
Wade H. Harris, editor of the Char
lotte Observer, is at the Highland
Pines Inn for the Spring tourna
ments.
Miss Mena Balmforth has returned
to her home at Westford, Mass., after
being the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Moore at their home on Mas
sachusetts avenue.
Cy Butler of Kingsport, Tenn., will
spend the week-end with his parents.
Representatives of the Fox Movie
tone arrived Wednesday for the Wo
men’s Mid-South Medal Championship
being played at the Southern Pines
Country Club this week. They expect
to remain over for the exhibition
match Saturday afternoon in which
Maureen Orcutt, metropolitan cham
pion, Virginia Van Wie, Bernice Wall
and Edith Quier will play in a best
ball foursome.
Moultrie Moore of Mt. Pleasants
spent several days with Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Bariteau this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Plummer and
Miss Helen Plummer of Wilmington
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ruggles at their home on May street
over the week-end.
George Arnold, who has been at
Highsmith Hospital for an appendi
citis operation, is expected to return
home Wednesday.
Miss Alice Stutz will arrive Sat
urday from N. C. C. W. to spend
the Spring holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Truman of
Pennsylvania are visiting Mrs. Tru
man’s grandmother, Mrs. John Chil-
cott.
Edward L. Prizer, Jr., is at the Eye,
Ear, Nos^ and Throat Infirmary in
Charlotte undergoing treatment.
Mrs. H. E. Peterson has returned
to Pittsburgh after spending the win
ter at the Woodworth.
KILLS BILL FOR LICENSING
OF AUTOMOBILE OPERATION
QUALITY CLOTHING
and
FURNISHINGS IN BRIGHT ARRAY
AT LOWERED PRICES
THE TOG SHOP
Broad St. and New Hampshire Ave. Southern Pines
EVERY MODERN DEVICE
Handled by skilled mechanics for the rapid and ef
ficient conditioning of your car is at your service.
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PAGE MOTOR COMPANY
Broad Street Southern Pines
Homes and Lots
For Sale
I have a very fine selection of various
properties in and around Southern Pines
for sale. Now is the time to buy or build.
EUGENE C. STEVENS
Southern Pines,
North Carolina
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(Continued from Paere 1)
Representative Garibaldi, of Meck
lenburg, beat the senate bill in the
house when the weary body was con
sidering the automobile drivers li
cense.
“The biggest intellects in the house,
not all of the first raters to be sure,
but some of them, went to the rescue
of the bill which had as one of its
major objectives the licensing of re
sponsible drivers. The old city abom
inations which come around cach
June would have gone away with
this bill and the dollar license taxed
against each driver would have lasted
two ^ears. But the house was suspi
cious and Mr. Garibaldi was torren
tial. He gained the floor after Messrs.
MacLean, Spence and Connor had
spoken and Mr. Spence had made a
tremendous impression.
“But not on Mr. Garibaldi. To him
the thing meant more taxes and more
officers. Mr. Allen, of Granville, said
even more of that. He was ready to
table, but the politeness of Mr. Con
nor intrigued the Granvillian who is
disposed to settle the fate of the na
tions by laying them on the table.
The 10 commandments would have a
hard time passing Mr. Allen if there
was a new executive officer required
in their administration. He would
move to table them if they were not
introduced with ample safeguards
against extra expense.”
EXHIBITION MATCH
r AE T. BARNUH, Inc.
Insurance of All Kinds
—At The—
Citizens’ Bank Buildingr
Southern Pines, N. C.
Successors To
PAUL T. BARNUM S. B. RICHARDSON, INC.
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Fixed Flavor—25 cents per pound.
Georgia Peanut Bed—30 cents.
Half or Whole.
Leave your order early for Easter
VERMONT MARKET
H. W. DORN
(Continued from page one)
Wilson, Dorothy Pottle, Emilie Rich
ardson, Helen Blair, Dorothy Richard
son, Doris Eddy, Lillian Johnson,
Dorothy Case, Barbara Betterley
Eleanore Barron, Mary Swett, Ruth
Cameron, Doris Swett, Esther Pack
ard, Barbara Pierce, Elizabeth Grov
er and Ruth Travis, all of Southern
Pines; Mrs. Nelson Courtway, Mrs.
Grady Burney, Mrs. Forrest Lockey,
the Misses Effie Leland, Mary Mc-
Keithen, Alice Wilder, Martha Page,
Jannette Leach and Miriam Johnson
of Aberdeen, and the Misses Eliz
abeth Rudel, Virginia Burrage, Betsy
Betts and Carol Hotchkiss of Pine-
hurst. The committee in charge of
the affair comprises Mrs. E. Ells
worth Giles, chairman; Mrs. J. Tal
bot Johnson, Mrs. W. C. Mudgett,
Mrs. Paul Dana, Mrs. Herbert F.
Seawell and Mrs. G. H. Maurice.
Southern Pines
East Broad Street
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ELECTROL OIL BURNERS
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Telephone 5341
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