THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, August 31, 1934.
Miss Laura M. Jenks
Will Open A Private School for
Kindersarlen and I’rimary
On October 8th at Her Home
At the Head of Pennsylvania Ave.
Out of door classes, weather
She has had years of experience in
the New York City public schools
and in private work, both in Kin
dergarten and Grade work.
North Carolina Again Takes High
Rank As An Agricultural State
Soothern Pines, N. C.
Mon., Tue., Wed.,
Sept. 3, 4, 5
Sept. 6, 7, 8,
Only Texas. California and Iowa
Were Ahead of State in Val
ue of ( rops Last Year
For Check Books
A Sandhills resident spending the
summer in the north suggests the
following poem, copied from The Bos
ton Post, as a proper frontispiece for
North Carolina again took her
place as fourth state in the Union in
value of agricultural crops in 1933,
after dropping as low as to ninth
place in 1931, during which her main
crops, cotton and tobacco, were so
low, the “Farm Forecaster,” of the
State-Fed^ral Crop Reporting Service,
Only Texas, almost an empire, Cal
ifornia and Iowa, in the order named, |
were ahead of this State last year in I
value of farm crop.s. Last year North
„ 1 o I « The leaves return with the spnng-
Carohna rooted Michigan out i ^ ^ b
fourth place, which that state had
held for four years. Nebraska and |
Minnesota were up and down in fourth |
place, now held by Kansas.
In livestock, however, North Car- j
olina has held 23rd place for four j
years, including 1934, moving up from j
25th place in 1930. In total value of i .
all crops and livestock, this State i and give it to his wife.
jumped last year up to 8th place, af- j
ter having been in 15th place for;
four years, except in 1930, when she i
was 14 th. I
IT NEVER C OMES BACK
The billions roll back on the shore,
The ships return over the sea.
The child returns to its father door,
And the cattle wind home o’er the
And the light returns with the
But the money you blew, that you
might have saved.
Is gone forever and ayel
Or, he says, the Scotchman might
Influence of the “New Deal," with i
cotton and tobacco acreage reductions i With a powerful story of epic
and tobacco parity prices, is shown in sweep, one of the strongest casts as-
the figures for last year, and may be . ^lany moons and direct-
expected to show' an even greater ef-
comes the swashbuckler with equal
ly captivating dash. Prominent is
support of Miss Carroll and Tone ap
pear Deginald Denny. Siegfried Ru-
mann, Louise Dresser, Lumsden Hare.
Paul Roulien and Stephin Fetchit.
A bright, sparkling evenings en
tertainment *i.s promised for Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, September
6, 7. 8, with a Saturday matinee, when
Janet Gaynor and Lew’ Ayres will be
seen in their new romantic-comedy,
“Servants’ Entrance.” This is a dif
ferent kind of story for Janet Gay
nor. It presents her as a comedienne.
Essentially a light romance is the
story of an heiress who becomes a
servant in order that she may learn
how the folk downstairs live to tit
her to be the wife of the ideal whom
she hopes to meet. The cast is un
usually capable. With Miss Gaynor is
Lew Ayre.s, who appeared with her
in "State Fair.” In support will be
seen Ned Sparks, Walter Connoly,
Louise Dresser, Astryd Allwyn,
P. Huntly, Catherine Doucet, Doro
thy Christy and Buster Phelps. |
Janet Gaynor proves a genius at |
light comedy. Lew Ayres brings you |
a contagious youthful vitality and to- j
gether they give the happiest per- i
formance of their lives in this gay,
exciting escapade of a millionairess
I masquerading as a maid servant who '
goes through hot and cold water for
the man she loves. An important addi-
I tion to the film is a novelity W’alt
! Disney color dream sequence.
FOR SALE -Fresh Milk Cow. Priced
reasonable. T. L. Blue, Vass,
WANTED—A small furnished house
or apartment at yearly rental.
Must be reasonable. Address Box
906, Southern Pines, giving full in
formation as to price and location.
WANTED; Position as child nurse or
mother’s helper. Suzanne Inze. Tel
ephone 6922, Southern Pines.
FOR RENT: Three-room, furnished
apartment, with sleeping porch,
fully equipped' for house-keeping.
Modern convenience. Two blocks
from the school building. Address
S. A. G., Gen. Del., Post Office,
Southern Pines. *
IRIS FOR SALE: Fine named va-
rieties, all colors, cheap. Plant now
for Spring blooming. Mrs. McGee,
You get results from
printing done by us
j feet on crop values. Figures showing
j the acreage and value of all farm
I crops in North Carolina for five
I years follow:
I Acres Value, (est.l
‘ 1929 6,241,000 $257,955,000 ^
1930 6.364,000 213,647,000 j
1931 6,033.000 132.090,000 |
. 1932 5,913,000 104,167,000 '
' 1933 5.922.000 192,595,000
Total value of all livestock on
I farms in North Carolina January 1
: for five years, including 1934, fol-
' 1930 576,000,000
,1934 . §55,000,000
, Comblnea values of both farm
: crops and livestock in the State fol
I 1930 280,000,000
' 1931 183,000,000
I 1932 153,000,000
I ed by one of Hollywood’s aces, “The
World Moves On,” comes to the
j Southern Pines Theatre, on Monday,
I Tuesday and Wednesday, September
3, 4, 5, with a Tuesday matinee, her-
I aided as the “love story of a cen
tury.” Freh’a from a two-a-day $2.00
showing in New York, it has been ac
claimed ao the picture Hollywood will
have to beat for the 1934-35 award
of the Academy of Motion Pictures
Arts and Sciencc.s to “the best film of
Described variously by the New
York critics as ”a notable addition
to cinema's best.” “a worthy success
or to ‘Cavalcade’,” and “magnificent
drama,” the picture was produced by
Winfield Sheehan. Second only to the
production itself in striking a new'
note in screen entertainment is the
happy combination, as a romantic
pair, of Madeleine Carroll and Fran-
chot Tone. Miss Carroll was summon
ed to Hollywood from London for the
leading role and, besides gracing the
picture with her fresh, etheral beauty,
she contributes a performance that
will rank with the immortal por
traits etched for the screen by all the
great actresses of the past. Fran-
chot Tone ably shares the acting hon
ors with the glamorous Miss Carroll.
He handles his character with fine re
straint, notably in his love scenes;
yet when the occasion demands he be-
F.VTIIER OF MRS. NAT lU UI).
DIES IN NEW VOIJK
, Funeral services for Williamson
Whitehead Fuller, prominent New'
York attorney, who died last Thurs
day, August 23, at his home in Briaf-
cliff Manor, N. Y„ were hold there
Mr. Fuller was a native of Fay-
jCtteville, but had lived in the East
for many years. He was at one time
! general counsel for the American To-
I bacco Company. He was one of the
country’s leading lawyers.
Surviving him are his widow, Mrs.
Annie M. Fuller and one son, Thomas
Staple Fuller; and four daughters,
Mrs. Warren Auerbach, Mrs. Nat S.
Hurd, ?irs. Margaret Fuller Stein-
brugge and Mrs. William David, all
of Briarcliff Manor except Mrs. Hurd,
who resides at Pinehurst.
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You Can Get The Money
The Bank of Pinehurst is co-operating- with the Federal g*overn-
ment under the National Housing Act.
Improve Your Property Now
Stew Beef, lb 7 l-2c
Chuck Roast—good beef, lb 12 l-2c
Bacon—Our Slice, lb 27c
Hamburger Steak, lb 12 l-2c
Beef Liver, lb I5c
Nut Butter, lb 12 l-2c
Spare Ribs, lb 13c
All Pork Sausage, lb 15c
Fish—Croakers, lb 6 l-4c
Smoked Sausage, Ib 18c
Neck Bones, 2 lbs 15c
Good Brooms, special 25c
Sun Brite Cleaner, 2 for 9c
Good Ground Coffee, lb 15c
Pork and Beans, 2 for 9c
Pink Salmon, 2 foe 25c
Mackeral Fish, can 9c
Petted Ham, 3 for 9c
Palmolive Soap, 2 for 9c
Wilson’s Sausage (large can) I8c
Cheese, full cream 23c
Cigarettes, 2 for 25c
YOUR FOOD ORDERS
12 lb. Bag
Same as Cash with us—
24 lb. Bag
Same Delivery Service with them
We Will Have Treats for Your Children Saturday—Bring Them Along.
WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR LOANS
1. Any owner of improved real property—home or business building.
2. Whecher property is mortgaged or not—
3. Providing there are no past due obligations, interest, taxes, liens, etc.
4. Credit standing satisfactory to lending agency.
5. Owners must have annual income at least fiv'e times the annual pay
ment assumed under the loan,
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LOAN
1. Amounts—$100 to $2000 for any perio d up to 3 years.
2. To be repaid in equal monthly installments—except in the case of farmers, who
pay on crop income dates.
3. Cost of Financing—whether in form of i nterest, fees or other charges, may not ex
ceed in total an amount equal to $5 discount per $100 of face of monthly pay
ment note. Monthly payment notes running for periods longer than one year,
and farmers’ notes for other than equal monthly payments, carry' the same
proportionate rate. Banks and other lenders are permitted to make a lower
charge if they so desire, and in any case wi’.i be able to quote exact charges
on each transaction,
4. Security—Owner signs promissory note. No endorsers, co-makers or collateral re
quired (unless local or state laws require a mortgage or other form of security).
We will be glad to furnish you with estimate covering the cost
of the improvements desired and help you in every way we can to
secure your loan.
M. H. F'OL-.L-.EY
Lumber - Miltwork - Builders’ Supplies
ABERDEEN, N. C.