North Carolina Newspapers

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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, November 23, 1934.
SOUTHERN PINES
HOME OF MANY
LEADING WRITERS
Claude Hayes Submits List of
Best Known Works of |
Residents Here '
I Could Not Sleep, Delectable Moun-
j tains, Interpreter’s House, Entertain-
I ing the Islanders, When I Grew Up
j To Middle Age; Katharine NewUn
' Burt—The Tall Ladder, Snowblind,
Cock’s Feathers, The Branding Iron,
i “Q,” Beggars All, A Man’s Own
! Country, Hidden Creek; Katharine
Ball Ripley—Sand In My Shoes, Sand
Dollars: Clements Ripley, n’.imerous
thrillers; Walter Gilkyson, Lights of
[ Fame, Oil, Lost Venture, Tomorrow
Southern Pines is the home ot many Never Comes; Lawrence B. Smith—
prominent writers, some making their American Game Preserve Shooting;
year 'round residence here, others Bernice Lesbia Kenyon—Songs of
spending the winter months away Unrest, Meridian; John B. Sale, The
from their colder northern homes. To ^ Tree Named John; Dr. E. M. Poate—
make a complete list of all local au- Pledged to the Dead, Behind the
thors and their works would require Lock Door, The Trouble at Pine-
too much space. But Claude Hayes, lands; Ralph Page, Dramatic Mo-
of the Sandhills Book Shop, has sub- ments in American Diplomacy; Leti-
mitted the following list, with the tia McDonald, Young and Fair, Sil-
principal works of each: ver Platter, Lady Alone; Wallace Ir-
Maude Parker Child, Impersona- win. Lew Tyler’s Wives, The Golden
lion Of A Lady; Bion H. Butler, Old’ Bed, Letters of a Japanese School-
Bethesda; Struthers Burt, Diary ot boy. Mated; Hugh McNair Kahler,
A Dude Wrangler, Festival, They , Mclvor’s Folly, Father Means Well,
Shoe Repairing
DYEING SHINING
Ladies’ Soles Cemented by Latest
Process—No Nails.
Satisfactory work, promptly finished
B. & N. Shoe Shop
A Battle During Equestrian Gymkhana
PHOTOGRAPHY
Preserve the beautiful mem
ory of a friend, or a memor-
al^le scene, or home with a
fine photograph.
Artistic Views,
Fine Portraits
EDDY’S STUDIO
%
West Broad Street
Southern Pines
Get with this
V3lJ>VPHILCO
What a value! Striking new com>
pact of beautiful matched woods.
Guaranteed foreign reception in
addition to your favorite Ameri
can programs! A little gem with
such big-set features ?.i Auto
matic Volume Control, Tone Con
trol, Electro-Dyoamic Speaker,
etc. See and hear it now!
C. J. SIMONS
Electrical Contniftor
East ( onnecticut Ave.
Telephone 7151
Southern Pines
Hills Were Higher Then, Butel, The
East Wind.
James Boyd’s historical novels—
Drums, Marching On, Long Hunt;
James M. Neville—Mud and Glory,
Rich Irish; Milton P. Skinner and Dr.
John Warren Achorn, Winter Birds
of the Sandhills; Robert W. Winston
—Autobiography of Robert E. Lee,
Autobiography of Andrew Johnston;
Hallworthy Hall (Harold A. Porter),
Six Best Cellars; Temply Bailey—
The Tin Soldier, Wall Flowers, Mis-
H tress Ann, The Blue Window, Pea-
jj; cock .Feathers, The Dim Lantern,
HI The Gay Cockade, The Trumpeter
j» Swan, Contrary Mary, Glory of
K Youth, Silver Slippers, Burning Beau-
p ty; Ruth Burr Sanbord, Murder By
:j Jury Earl Derr Biggers—The Seven
j; ^ Keys To Baldpate, From There On;
H Eugene Jones—Who Killed Gregory?;
j« Joseph C. Lincoln—Cap’n. Dan’s
n I Daughter, Cap'n. Eri, Cape Cod Stor
ies, Cap’n. Warren’s Wards, The De
pot Master, Extricating Obadiah,
Fair Harbor, Mr. Pratt and others.
In addition a number ot short story
writers reside here, among them Al-
met Jenks, frequent contributor to the
Saturday Evening Post.
Orchids Raised Here
One of Largest Plants in
South Maintained by Judge
William A. Way
One of the interesting sights ot
the Sandhills to visitors as well as
residents are the orchid green
houses of Judge William A. Way in
Knollwood. This is one of the larg
est plants for the raising of oTthids
in the south. The greenhouses are
open to visitors on pa*>meilt of a
small fee which goes to the Ki-
wanis Club's Charity Fund.
TAXI
U-DRIVE IT
CLARK’S GARAGE
Specializing in
ELECTRICAL WELDING
AND
ELECTRICAL SERVICING
RELIABLE REPAIR SERVICE
GAS—OIL—TIRES—ACCESSORIES
Eaist Broad Street Telephone Southern Pines
PHILCO
45C
$49.95
n I Roque Featured on
HI Courts at Men’s Club i \l
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:: 1 Grounds Available for Use
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ROYALTON PINES
OAIAY PRODUCTS
UNIFORMLY
RICH,
PURE AND
^VHOLESOME,
THESE
PRODUCTS
REPRESENT
AN LWARYING
STANDARD
OF QUALITY
FROM AN
ALL JERSEY
HERD
Overlooking the City Park is the
comfortable clubhouse and roque
courts of the Southern Pines Men's
Club, an organization providing the
only standard championship courts
for this pastime in the state, and
upon which many national and state
champions play during the winter
season.
Organized in 1914, with one court
the original club was adopted in
the formation of the Men’s Club in
1925, the erection of the clubhouse
and the building of two more courts
following the amalgamation, thus pro
viding additional opportunity for res
idents and visitors in Southern Pines
to follow this popular pastime. Com
fortable seats in the well kept
grounds are provided for the many j
spectators of the daily contests.
The clubhouse is open every day |
except Sunday, and for a modest i
membership fee residents and season I
visitors are provided comfortable
quarters for bridge, chess, pool and
billiards.
U
OLIVE’S
Royalton Pines Dairy
Telephone 6092
Southern Pines
«:KnV.\NlS CLUB MEETS
pi W1EEKLV ON WEDNESDAVS
^ I The Kiwanis Club of Aberdeen,
g embracing in its membership resi-
g j dents of Aberdeen, Pinehurst, South-
^ ern Pines, Carthage and other villages
of Moore county, meets regularly
once a week, on Wednesday noons,
when affairs of the community are
discussed over the luncheon table by
leaders in various lines of business
and professionals.
McLEAN FURNITURE CO.
Complete Home Furnishers
SOUTHERN PINES
EVERYTHING for the BUILDER
FROM THE I
Brick in the Basement
TO THE
Piaint in the Parlor
CEMENT PLASTER
FRAMING LUMBER
INTERIOR TRIM
TILE
OUR CABINET SHOP
NATURAL GAS
makes
for cooking
Window and Door
Clean—
Screens
Econoinirai
to fit the opening
Always there
Breakfast Nooks
Over 150
Trellis
Enthusiastic users
Bookcases
in the Sandhills
Boats
Prefer this fuel
A PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE
We buy in quantities and base our prices accordingly ^
Southern Pines Warehouses
West Broad Street
Southern Pines
NOTARY PUBLIC
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
JOHN S. RUGGLES AGENCY
A NATIVE OF SOUTHERN PINES BY FORTUNE—LIVING HERE CONTINUOUSLY BY CHOICE, WE AN
TICIPATE REMAINING PERMANENTLY WITH SATISFACTION. YOUR PATRONAGE IS MOST EARN
ESTLY SOLICITED WITH ASSURANCE OF OUR UTMOST EFFORT TO MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION.
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Insurance
TELEPHONE 5721
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
BROAD STREET
    

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