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Friday, December 21, 1934.
THE PILOT. Southern Plne« and Aberdeen. North Carolina
GIVE, TAKE OR SEND
25c to $7.50
BROAD STREET PHARMACY
The Week in Southern Pines
Shopping Headquarters for the
Like Santa’s Bag, We’re Loaded Chock
Full of Tempting, Distinctive Items.
Priced at Levels That Makes Shopping
HEllU il^ress S^opfe
East Broad Street
For any friend, anywhere, there’s no gift like a plant
or cut flowers. They’re thoughtful gifts, the kind that
speak well for the person who sends them. Drop in
today and see our display, or phone us with your order.
You can always depend on the selection made by us—
and we will telegraph or send your selection anywhere.
All native young turkeys,
29c Per Lb.
Also, native roasting chickens.
Everything for the Children’s Stockings,
Oranges, Apples, Tangerines, Nuts, Candies, Raisins.
East Broad Street
Mr. and Mrs. John J. McHugh have
returned from Greenpboro where
Mrs. McHugh arranged for naturali
zation papers this week. She la a na
tive of Canada. Their son, John An
thony McHugh, has returned from
Lackawanna School in Buffalo, N.
Y., to spend the holidays with his
Charles Pier, formerly of Southern
Pines, is here for the holidays from
New York. Mr. Pier, one time cel-
loist with the North Carolina Sym
phony Orchestra, and an instructor in
music at Greensboro College, left the
state last summer to join the New
York Opera Company.
William Fuller, III, will arrive in
a few days from Briarcliff Manor,
New York, to spend the Christmas
holidays with Mrs. Fuller, who is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Carl Thomp
Carl Thompson has arrived from
the north to spend the holidays with
Miss Dora Menzel returned to New
Jersey recently after spending a few
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Menzel. Miss Menzel will return after
Christmas to spend the next few
months in Southern Pines and Pine-
M. G. Goodwin and grandson, Rob
ert Goodwin, arrived last week from
Bloomfield, Conn., to spend the win
Mrs. George Buttry was hostess
Monday afternoon to the Sewing Club.
Mrs. F. Copeland of Boston will ar
rive Friday to spend the holidays with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Moore. Mrs. Copeland
will be accompanied by her grand
daughter, Miss Dorothy Moore of Gar
land School in Bo.ston, who will spend
Christmas with her parents.
Among the students from the Un
iversity in Chapel Hill who will be
home this week to .spend Christmas
will be Malcolm Grover, Carl Thomp
son, Jr., and Gordon Gifford.
Miss Birdelia Bair is motoring to
Chapel Hill today to bring Miss Irma
Fisher home for the holidays.
Miss Katherine Riggan arrived .sev
eral days ago from Salem College to
spend the Christmas holidays with her
grandmother, Mrs. Junge and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Tariton
have returned from a short wedding
trip and are residing in the Bredbeck
apartments on North Ashe street.
Bob Gifford, Katherine Buchan and
Edward Cox will be home this week
from Louisburg College to spend the
holidays with their parents.
Ed Rose and Mr, and Mrs. Dudley
Saunders of Charlotte were visitors
in Southern Pines Tuesday.
Miss Leone Currie is expected Fri
day from Roxboro to spend Christ
mas with her parents.
Carlton Rine of Whitefield, N. H.,
is at the Highland Pines Inn for the
The pupils of Miss Sara Busbee’s
dancing cla.sg entertained their friends
and families Wednesday evening at
Odd Fellows' Hall with a recital and
Miss Barbara Betterley will arrive
Friday from The Wheelock School in
Boston to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Betterley.
Harry Buckley has arrived from
the north to spend the winter in
John Pottle will be home Friday
1 from Brown University in Providence,
i R. I., to spend the holidays with his
The Misses Bollman, who have oc
cupied one of Mrs. Grearson’s apart
ments for the past few months, left
Monday for Florida.
Misses Mary, Lois and Susan Swett
arrived this week from school in
Greensboro to visit their parents over
WILL YOU DISREGARD THE TYPE OF TREE YOU ARE GET
TING AND BUY ON PRICE ALONE OR WILL YOU TRY AND
SECURE A WELL GROWN THRIFTY TREE AT A FAIR PRICE?
The kind of tree you start with can mean the ultimate success or fail
ure of your new orchard. THE AMOUNT OF PEACH TREES AVAIL-
ABLE THIS YEAR IS FAB BELOW THE AVERAGE SUPPLY AND
BECAUSE OF GENERAL CONDITIONS MUCH INFERIOR STOCK
may HE OFFERED. We have kept up our production of trees and are
fortunate in having a normal growing season so that our trees are
as fine as it is possible to produce. WE HAVE ABOUT 250,000 PEACH
TREES IN ALL GRADES AND VARIETIES THIS YEAR, including
WHICH BIDS FAIR TO BECOME THE LEADING EARLY PEACH
OF THE SOUTH. Our personal supervision has enabled us to bring
the varieties to their highest state of perfection by bud selection from
large bearing orchards. WE KNOW OUR TREES ARE TRUE TO
NAME AND FREE FROM ANY INJURIOUS DISEASES. We
OFFER THE BEST IT IS POSSIBLE TO GROW AT A FAIR
PRICE. Remember that a poorly grown, cheap tree is expensive at any
price. WE HAVE A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF ALL CLASSES
OF FRUIT TREES, BERRY PLANTS AND ORNAMENTALS. SEND
FOB FREE CATALOGUE AND SUBMIT YOUR LIST FOR QUOTA
Boontiful Ridge Nurseries, Box P, Princess Anne, Nd.
Ralph Chandler last week-end, hav
ing come here to attend the wedding
of his niece. Miss Elsie Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chandler and
Mrs. E. C. Eddy motored to Davidson
Sunday to take Ralph Chandler, Jr.,
back to school. Ralph will return
the latter part of this week to spend
Ml', and Mrs. William Huntley are
expected from Greensboro to visit rel
atives in Southern Hines and Aber
deen during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrington will
be down Saturday to spend the win
ter. The Southland Hotel opened for
the season on Thursday, December
Friends will be glad to learn that
Mrs. J. S. Milliken is very much bet
ter after a long illness.
Mrs. H. H. Pethic will leave this
week for Richmond to bring Dick Pe
thic, who is a student at St. Christo
pher’s School, home for the holidays.
They will return by Sweet Briar Col
lege for MI.SS Mary Grace Pethic, who
is a student there.
Bob Peck, student at Duke Univer
sity, will spend the Christmas holi
days with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Abraham.
Mrs. Howard Butler has gone to
Kushequa, Pa., to be with her father
who is seriously ill. She will be join
ed later by Mr. Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Tompkins of
Glen Cove will arrive at The Pad
dock tomorrow for over New Year’s.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Morell and their
daughter have taken one of the apart
ments in the Arcade Building for the
Lambert McAllister, prominent at
torney of Cleveland, Ohio, was a vis
itor in Southern Pine.s this week.
James Schwartz will return Friday
from Alexandria, Va., where he has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs. W.
E. Swan, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Beckwith left
Saturday to spend the holidays in
Ml', and Mrs. H. M. Dingley, Jr.,
will return to Southe rn Pines and
Pinehurst Sunday after spending the
past six weeks in Palm Beach.
Mrs. R. E. Wiley will leave in a
few days to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Eugene Schaefer, in Asheboro. Miss
Katherine Wiley will spend Christ
mas day in Asheboro.
F. W. Mathews of New Hampshire
is at the Smilax for the winter.
Mrs. Cynthia Lamm has as her
guest Mrs. Cole from New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Richardson
and Carol and Jimmie Richardson of
Norfolk, Va., will arrive in a few
days to visit Miss Mary Richard
Miss Louise Hinds of Boston will 1
be here in a few days to spend!
Christmas with the Richardsons. |
Mrs. Jamie W. Dickie entertained j
.the Afternoon Club at her home on I
Pee Club Road this week, |
Miss Laura Jenks will entertain I
today at a Christmas party at the
home of Miss Southworth.
Miss Elsie Chandler was honored
at a shower last Friday evening by
Misses Emily and Dorothy Richard
son. During the evening Miss Chand
ler was given a key which led her
into a room where many gifts were
surrounded by candles forming a
huge heart. The dining room was dec
orated with holly and mistletoe, and
in the middle of the table was a
bride’s cakc. jUcfcs were Miss Chan
dler, Misses Ourothy Pottle, Fran
ces Schwartz, Helen Blair, Doris Ed
dy, Katherine Wiiey, Emilie Mae Wil
son, Mary Richardson, and Mesdames
John Howarth, Earle Merrill, Lloyd
Clark, Greer Stutz, D. G. Stutz,
James Swartz, Dwight Hoskins and
William Fuller, III.
Mrs. Millicent Hayes is entertain
ing today for students and friends of
Mrs. Eva Holmes Owen of East-
port, Maine, is spending the winter
Miss Elsie Chandler is
Bride of R. F. Tariton
Ceremony Performed Last Sat
urday at Home of Her Par
ents in Southern Pines
The wedding of Miss Elsie Chand
ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
L. Chandler of Southern Pines, and
Richard F. Tariton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. V. F. Tariton of Aberdeen, was
solemnized at the Chandler home on
South Ashe street last Saturday at-
ternocn. Only relatives and a few in
timate friends were present.
The bride was attractively attired
in a gown of brown with a turquoise
velvet blouse and turbine to match.
Wearing a corsage of gardenias she
entered on the arm of her father.
The ceremony was performed before
an improvised altar banked with
ferns and lilies. S. J. Tariton, broth
er of the groom, served as best man.
The Rev. Mr. Kellar of
the ring ceremony. Miss Dorothy
Richardson sang “At Dawning,” ac
companied by Mrs. Claude Hafer at
Following the ceremony an infor
mal reception wa.s held after which
Ml', and Mrs. Tariton left for a short
BROTHERHOOD DINNER AT
WIDE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
The Brotherhood of Wide Fellow
ship held its first dinner last Mon
day night. Fifty men sat down to a
dinner prepared by the men under
the leadership of H. Ashley Jack
man. Herbert Cameron, president of
the Brotherhood, presided and intro
duced Dr. C. Rexford Raymond a*
toastmaster. The music was in charge
of J. B. Gifford. The Rev. A. J.
McKeyway, Robert L. Denny, Frank
McCaskill and Raymond Johnson,
guests from the Brotherhood at the
Community Church of Pinehurst,
Sanford, a 1 were present and told of the work of
former Aberdeen pastor, officiated at I the men in Pinehurst.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Whitaker with Miss Roberts at her home on
of Lenoir will be the guests of their ^ Pennsylvania avenue,
son-in-law- and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E. V. Perkinson, on Christmas.
Carlton H. Palmer of New York who
has taken the Vrebster Knight house
on Bethesda Road, has arrived to
take possession, bringing with him
twelve horses to be stabled in South
ern Pines during the winter.
Mrs. Cora B. Swann of North Tona-
wanda, N. Y., is spending the win
ter at the Highland Lodge.
Ernest I. White of Syracuse, N. Y.,
arrived last Thursday to spend some
time at The Paddock.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Smith
have arrived from Miiibrook, N
The Southern Pines School will be
suspended at noon today, Friday, for
the Christmas holidays. The new term
will begin Thursday, January 4, 1935.
This morning one of the most orig
inal, most interesting and most col
orful programs of the year will take
place in the school auditorium. At
10:00' o’clock the grammar grades
will file in, bearing their gifts for
the needy of the community. As each
child pa.sses the Christmas tree he
will place his gift. Carols will be sung
Y., under the direction of Professor Fred-
to occupy the Bair home on East
Connecticut avenue for the season.
Miss Birdelia Bair has taken an
apartment in the Mudgett building
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bayard Reeves, Mrs.
Emily Laurence and Miss Mary Pol
lock are among prominent New York
ers who are spending the holidays at
the Highland Pines Inn.
Mrs. Donaldson Clark of New York
is expected in a few days to be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Almet Jenks
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard War-
at their home on Youngs Road,
ren are spending the Christmas holi
days in Southern Pines.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Swift of
Cornwall, Conn., and James G. K.
Lawrence of New York are recent
arrivals at the Hollywood.
Mrs. F. F. Travis and daughters.
Misses Dorothy and Ruth Travis will
arrive in a few days to spend Christ
mas in Southern Pines. Miss Dorothy
Travis is a student at Fassifern in
Hendersonville. Miss Ruth Travis
will be the guest of Miss Mary Judd
Welch while here.
Charles Spencer has recently mov
ed to Southern Pines from Hamlet
and has an apartment in the McBray-
Tom Atkinson, who is a student at
Kings Business College in Raleigh, is
home to spend the holidays with his
Dr. Charles McArthur of Cordell,
Ga., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
^HECK! Invariably you’ll find that
the Laundry returned to you will
agree in count with your figures. That
because your Clothes were washed in in
dividual bags, thus eliminating any
chances of being mixed with your neigh
bor’s. You’ll like this service.
does it best
THE FAMILY LAUNDRY, INC.
Telephone 6101 Southern Pines
erick Stanley Smith. At 11:15 the
high school will repeat the same pro
Tuesday night at the Southern
Pines Gymnasium, the Southern Pines
basketball teams encountered Camer
on in their first games of the sea
son. The Cameron .sextet took the
Southern Pines lassies over to the
tune of 52 to 28. The home town boys
fared a little better in spite of their
defeat, the score being 21 to 25 in fav
or of Cameron. The next game on
Southern Pines schedule is with Car
thage, January 8 at Southern Pines.
The Misses Cameron, Harloe, Eddy,
Fowler, F. Sparks, Stevick, Pethic
and Clarke played for Southern Pines,
the Misses McLean, Horton, ’Thomas,
Cooper, Hicks, Snipes, McDermott,
Swett, McPherson and Wicker for
In the boys’ game, Newton, Fowler,
Pettle, Boney, Winter, Lowell,
Stroud and Beck played for Southern
Pines, McFadyen, Wooten, Hunter,
Coner, Bruner, Smith and McDonald
The Southern Pines High School
Hi-Y Club met at the home of Mr.
Webster on Monday evening and Dr.
E. Levis Prizer gave a very interest
ing talk on Health and Efficiency.
The meeting was the last of the cal
endar year. All members were pres
ent and several alumni who were
members while in high school. The
next meeting will be held in the school
library on January 14.
Potted Plants continue to say “Merry Christmas” long
after the other symbols of Christmas are gone. Let
your greeting stay to prolong your message of Christ
mas cheer. We will deliver any order without additional
The selection of potted plants includes poinsettias,
cyclamens, geraniums and tulips.
For Flowers Grown by a Woman
Telephone 6154 South Bennett St.
An Attractive Showing
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HigHland F^ines Inn
(WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS) SOUTHERN PINES
SEASON DECEMBER TO MAY
Highland Pines Inn with its Splendid Dining Room Service and its
Cheerful Homelike Atmosphere Caters to the Requirements of those
Occupying Winter Homes in the Pine Tree Section. The Hotel is
Situated on Weymouth Heights (Massachusetts Avenue) Amid De
lightful Surroundings. Good Parking Space is Available for Motorists.
All Features of First Class Hotels are Included at Highland Pines Inn.
Best of Everything.
W. E. FLYNN,
M. H. TURNER,