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Friday, April 3, 1931.
THE PILOT, a Paper With Character, Aberdeen, North Carolina
A Quiet Home-Like Family Hotel
Pleasantly Located on Vermont Avenue Near the Pines
SEASON OCTOBER 1ST TO JUNE 1ST
MRS. W. N. GREARSON
6933 Southern Pines, N. C.
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 Hnes
The Week in Southern Pines
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INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS
ELECTROL OIL BURNERS
7 East Connecticut Avenue Southern Pines, N. C.
EVERY MODERN DEVICE
Handled by skilled mechanics for the rapid and ef
ficient conditioning of your car is at your service.
PAGE MOTOR COMPANY
DINE AND DANCE
Luncheon, Teas, Dinners, Banquets |
DORSON’S ORCHESTRA |
H A La Carte Service §
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S delicious Fresh Lobster and Genuine Southern Fried Chicken H
H Private Parties Catered to by Appointment H
H Telephone Southern Pines 7371 Open 12 Noon to 1 A. M. g
Miss Dbrothy Pottle entertained at
dinner and bridge at the Hollywood
Hotel Thursday evening. Miss Kath
arine Wtley won high score honors at
bridge and Mrs. Earle Merrill low
score. Guests included Miss Elizabeth
Southworth, Miss Dorothy Case, Miss
Dorothy Stutz, Miss Helen Blair,'Mrs.
Earle Merrill, Miss Evelyn Lyford
and Miss Katharine Wiley.
Invitations have been issued by Miss
Peggy Elliott for a party to be giv
en in honor of Miss Dorothy Moore
and Miss Margaret Ashe at the Civic
Club Saturday night.
The Eighth Annual Ball of the Ki-
wanis Club will be held at the Pine-
hurst Country Club on Friday, April
10th. The North Carolina State Col
lege Orchestra has been engaged by
the dance committee to furnish the
Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan had as
dinner guests at their home on Coun
try Club Drive Monday evening^ Mr.
and Mrs. William Feyfert, Mrs. Ed
ward Quier and Miss Edith Quier of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Vale will en
tertain a party of twenty at Lovejoys’
. Miss Flora Higgans of New York
entertained Wednesday evening with
a party of “Short Stories.” Prize win
ners were Mrs. J. Frederick Hussey
of Boston and Marblehead, Mass.,
Mrs. Bird Rees of Bronxville, N. Y.,
Mrs. Dyment of Toronto, and Mrs. B.
P. Bartlett of New York. Judges for
the affair included Hon. Edward, B.
Vreeland of Salamance, N. Y., Hon.
John Hinsdale Scheide of Titusville,
Pa., and Mrs. William Bayliss, also of
Mr. Warren Irish of Philadelphia
entertained at Lovejoy’s Saturday
night, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet French,
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Nichols and Dr.
and Mrs. W. C. Mudgett.
Others attending the suppper
dances at Lovejoy’s during the week
end included Virginia VanWie, Ber
nice Wall, Peggy Wattles, Edith
Quier, Walter Hagen, Johnny Far
rell, Henry Cuice, John Dawson, Tom
Boyd and John Golden.
Mrs. J. D. Sittersbn was a bridge
hostess Monday afternoon at her
home on Bennett street. Mrs. George
Buttry and Mrs. A. L. Adams were
prize winners. Guests included Mrs.
W. R. Lovejoy Mrs. A. L. Adams,
Mrs. Myron G. Adams, Mrs. C. L.
Worsheim, Mrs. L. M. Daniels, Mrs.
Virgil Clark and Mrs. George Buttry.
The Round Dozen Bridge Club was
entertained Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. Dorothy Adams at her home in
Among those attending the dance
given at the Pinebluff Hotel Tuesday
evening by the Misses Marion and
Adeline Salmon were Miss Eleanor
Barron, Miss Esther Packard, Miss
Ruth Cameron, Miss Mary Swett,
Miss Lois Swett, Miss Ruth Travis,
Miss Barbara Betterley, Miss Juliette
Vale, Fred Cole, Malcolm Grover,
Maurice Eadie, Jimmy Williamson
and Robert Abel.
Mrs. P. K. Wilcox of New York
gave a dinner Monday night at Love-
joy’s. Guests included Mrs. Sloane
Hilton, and Mrs. David Sloane of Mill-
brook, N. Y., M. A. Richards, Edward
McKenna and James McCormick Mit
chell of Buffalo and Robinson Cook of
Mrs. Ernest Bush and Mrs. Bob
Montgomery will entertain at bridge
Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Bush’s two house guests Miss Peggy
Arnold and Miss Ruth Fields of Bos
of Mrs. F. E. Beck on May Street.
All interested in the work of the
Guild are cordially invited to be pres
Mrs. Sloane Hilton of New York re
turned Friday from a trip to the
Mrs. E. H. Winslow and family of
Greenwich are at the Highland Pines
Inn for several days.
Hunter Eckert will leavfe for Read
ing nsxt week on a business trip and
will be away several days.
Miss Emilie Richardson of N. C. C.
W. is spending the Blaster holidays
here with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Townsend
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McLeod have
returned to their home at Kings
town, Ontario, after a three weeks
stay at the Woodworth.
Rev. Craighill Brown, Eugene Ste
vens, J. C. Barron and John Ruggles
were in Albemarle Tuesday on bus
Mrs. Lucile Seeley spent a few days
in town this week at her attractive
home in Weymouth Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Williams of
Raleigh were visitors in town Sun
Leonard Halliwell, a student at the
University of Virginia, spent the past
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter S. Halliwell at Pinenolm.
Mrs. Minnie Grosclose and Edward
Hall of Winston-Salem were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atkinson on
Miss Edith Poate returned Monday
from Highsmith Hospital where she
recently underwent an operation for
Miss Ethel Day of Meredith Col
lege spent the week end with her
mother, Mrs. Etta Day and had as
her guest, Miss Elizabeth Bomhour
of Raleigh who is daughter of the
Dean of Meredith College.
Mr. and Mrs. John Howarth spent
the week end in Raleigh.
Mrs. C. C. Edson and Miss Algene
Edson were visitors in Raleigh Wed
Fred Cole spent a few days in
Chapel Hill last week on business.
Mrs. C. I. Jordan of Middletown,
N. Y. accompanied by her grand
daughter, Peggy Moon has joined her
daughter, Antoinette Jordan who has
been spending the winter at the Wood-
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Chalmers left
this morning for New York.
The Stevens agency reports the
rental of the Harley house on Mas
sachusetts avenue near the Highland
Pines Inn to David R. Lewis of Chic
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jenkins and
family of Richmond, Va., have open
ed their winter home on Highland
Road and will spend the Easter seas
on in Southern Pines.
H. C. Vetterlein and family motor
ed north Monday and will pass the
Easter season in Atlantic City.
For the Boy’s Spring and Summer Wear
Shorts in Linen, Kahki,
Sport Shoes, Caps, Ties
THE TOG SHOP
Broad St. and New Hampshire Ave. Southern Pines
Homes and Lots
I have a very fine selection of various
properties in and ai’ound Southern Pines
for sale. Now is the time to buy or build.
EUGENE C. STEVENS
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Happy days NOW
for your colored clothes!
We wash everything
with safe, Chipso suds
DANCE APRIL 13 FOR
ST. ANTHONY BENEFIT
Highland Pines Inn
SEASON NOVEMBER TO, MAY
Highland Pines Inn with it>s Splendid Dining Room Service
and its Cheerful Homelike Atmosphere Caters to the Require
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: TU^ INN, Charlevoix-the-Beautiful, Miclfigan.
CREAM^ & TURNER, Proprietors
Mrs. Clara Pushee left Saturday
for Jenkintown, Pa., to spend three
weeks. Upon her return she will oc
cupy her home at Knollwood.
S. R. Smith and daughter, Mrs.
Marjorie Wallace and her two sons,
Stuart and Henry will leave Friday
for Freeport, L. I., after spending the
winter at their home in Weymouth
Miss Dorothy Moore who is a stu
dent at Salem Academy arrived Wed
nesday to spend the Easter holidays
here with her parents, Mr. ara Mrs.
Miss Peggy Arnold and Miss Ruth
Fields of Boston are houseguests this
week of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Bush at
Miss Margaret Ashe arrived from
Wilmington Thurs'day to be the
guest of Miss Dorothy Moore at her
home on Massachusetts avenue.
Miss Katharine Riggan returned to
Salem College Sunday after spend
ing several days her?- with her par
ents. Miss Lenora. Riggan was also
here over the week-end.
Mrs. George Elliott is the guest of
Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Sloan in Char
lotte this week.
Miss Helen Blair returned Tuesday
night to resume her studies at Smtih
College after spending the Spring va
cation with her parents.
The Parish Guild will meet Tues
day afternoon, April 7th, at the home
A dance for the benefit of Si. An
thony’s Church of Southern Pines
will be held at the Southern Pines
Country Club on Monday evening,
April 13th, from 9:30 to 1:30.
Music for the occasion will be fur
nished by the Club Skyline and Love
joy orchestras. Those who attended
the previous dance under the auspices
of St. Anthony’s Church will recall
that a most enjoyable time was had
by all. All are cordially invited to at
EASTER SERVICES AT
If you've used the flaked house
hold form of Chipso, you know
how kind it is to colored clothes.
Well, here is good news, then—
we are using a special laundry
form ®f Chipso that gives the
same safe Chipso suds you know.
So you can confidoitly send us
all your colored things.
In our modem washrooms,
your clothes %o through several
•ich Chipso suds-baths ... made
•ith rain-^soft water. As the suds
are swished through the clothes,
they take the dirt out without
harm to either fabrics or colors.
Honestly, could any washday
So put your whole blue Mon
day in your laundry bundle this
week and let us save you the
time and energy it has taken.
We haven’t raised our rates even
though we are using this special
laundry form of Chipso!
THE FAMILY LAUNDRY, INC.
Telephone 0101 Southern Pines
The Easter Sunday program at the
Emmanuel Episcopal Church in
Southern Pines calls for Holy Com
munion at 8 o’clock and Holy Com
munion and Sermon at 11 o’clock, the
sermon topic to be “The Ressurec-
tion of the Body, and the Life Ever
lasting.” The Rev. F. Craighill Brown,
I rector; will preach. Children’s ser-
; vices will be at 2 oclock.
Specials for Easter Week
Wilson’s Certified, lb. 25c
Swiffs Georgia Peanut Fed,
Armour’s Star, lb 23c
H. W. DORN
East Broad Street Southern Pines
D. A. R. MEETS TUESDAY
The April meeting of the Alfred
Moore Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will be held
on next Tuesday afternoon, April 7
at 2:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs.
M. J. McPhail in Sanford. The sub-
visiting Daughters are cordially in
vited. Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson in
Aberdeen and Mrs. J. B. Swett in
Southern Pines will be glad to provide
transportation for any of the mem
bers who have no way to go, if these
members will get in touch with them.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our neighbors and
friends for the many acts of sym
pathy and kindness shown us during
our recent bereavemeint. TV^e also
wish to thank our friends for the
many beautiful flowers.
—MRS. FRANCES McCRIMMON,
Special groups $1.98—$3.19—$5.00
Dobbs and Country Club Hats $8.50 to $16.75
IMPORTED DEAUVILLE SANDALS—THE VERY
SMARTEST STYLES MADE ABROAD ESPECIALLY
FOR US. ALL THE SMART COMBINATIONS OF
LEATHERS AND STYLES—
$3.98 to $12,00
Novelty white and black, white and brown pumps and
one-strap kid or buckskin $5.00—$10.00—$12.00
We are showing a very unusual line of novelty dress
shoe in kids, satins, moires, blonds and black $5.00
C. T. PATCH DEPT. STORE
Southern Pines, N. C.