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    THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, February 22, 1935.
New Shipment
Lrficliea’ Silk Dresses, Spring Styles,
in Solid Colors and Prints
All Silk Dresses $3.95
Rayon Dresses $2.95
House Dresses,
All New Styles, sizes 14 to 52, 98c
The New White Shoes
Are Here
All White and Combinations, in
Pumps, Ties and Sport Oxfords,,
exceptional values $1.98 and $2.98
Beacon Shoes
Just a Good Shoe for $4.00
Natural Bridge Shoes, one ot the
Best at $5.00
Several Good Lines $2.98
Men'fi and Boys’ Shoes $1.98
CHILDREN’S SHOES IN A
VARIETY OF STYLES and
PRICES.
Buy Them at
NELVIN BROTHERS
ABERDEEN, N. C.
Anniversary Week
THE
Carolina Theatres
Pinehurst-Southern Pines
PRESENT
At Pinehurst
Monday, Feb. 25th,
3:00 and 8:15
CARL BRISSON and
MARY ELLIS in
“ALL THE KING’S
HORSES”
At Pinehurst
Wednesday, Feb. 27th
3:00 and 8:15
itet
. \ JM/ll VII
V ^ PICTI.M
At Pinehurst
Friday, March 1st,
3:00 and 8:15
At Southern Pines
Mon., Tues., Wed.,
25, 26, 27—8:15
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00
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SHIRLEY TEMPLE
LIONEL BARRYMORE
LITTLE colonel'
Southern Pines
Thu.-Fri.-Sat.,
Feb. 23th, March 1, 2
Reserved Seats for this at
traction on sale at the Broad
Street Pharmacy.
Matinees Saturday at 1:00
and 3:00
(Special Children’s Matinee
at 1:00)
SOUTHERN PINES
Baptist Church
Rev. J. Fred Stimson, Pastor.
10:00 a. m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a. m.—Sermon by pastor.
Morning, "Misunderstood-Misunder-1 “Twenty Million Sweethearts,” la the
stood.” ! attraction at the Pinehurst Theatre,
6:30 p. m.—Senior and Intermed- i Monday, February 25th, matinee and
"Sweet Music,” starring Rudy Val-
lee and Ann Dvorak, and bfised on
Jerry Wald’s story which is said to
be stronger in plot, more romantic
and more hilariously funny even than
iate B. Y. P. U.
Evening, “The
Goodness.”
Fascination . ol
night. “Sweet Music” parallels Val-
lee’s own career insofar as the pro
fessional angle is concerned, and
brings to the screen, not only his own
famous Connecticut Yankees, but the
Frank and Milt Britton band of in
strument wreckers. A new Ann
^worsh^p,^^^Dn I jg discovered in the picture.
i Since she made a distinct hit in
The Church of Wide Fellowship
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D.,
Pastor.
Church School, 10:10 a. m.
11 a. m.. Morning
Raymond preaches
hood.”
7:30 p. m. The Community Hour, j “Scarface,” w’ith Paul Muni, she has
The Guilford College Choir will sing, been cast only in dramatic roles, Hol-
Forty-six in the chorus. | jyvv-ood seemingly having forgotten
Wednesday, 3 p. m. Silver tea at i ^ u- j
i the home of Mr Ld Mrs. George C. I ‘hat she first achieved success as a
: Abraham. | dancer and singer.
' Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. Monthly Others in the large cast are Helen
meeting of the Brotherhood aiid the greatest of torch singers,
service preparatory to Coccunion. ° ° ^ a j •
Thursday, 3 p. m. The Women’s So- : Ned Sparks, Robert Admstrong, Al-
ciety meeting. Visitors from Vermont len Jenkins, Alice White. Joe Caw-
and Massachusets will be guess of thorn, A1 Shean, Philp Reed and Wil-
honor. liam B. Davidson.
Friday, 7:30 p. m„ Dr. Ida Scudder, i
president of Vellore Medical College ‘
WARREN OLMSTED ADMI’TTED
TO BAR BY JUDGE SHAW
Warren F. Olmsted of Southern
Pines and Edgar Davis Kuykendall,
Jr., of Sanford were admitted to the
bar during the term of Superior C<jurt
In Carthage last week. Judge Thom-
' as J. Shaw was presiding and the
' oath was administered to Mr. Olm-
' sted by W. Duncan Matthews, and to
Mr. Kuykendall by J. C. Pittman.
I The final report of Gurney P. Hood
I on the Bank of Va.ss was submitted
to the court and the same was ap-
' proved by the court and the commis
sioner and his agents were relieved
from all liability by virtue of the li
quidation.
the leading characters, Sir Percy
Blakeney, the gallant English gen-
tleman who risked life, love and self-
for Women, India, will speak.
“All The Kings Horses,” another
brilliant unit in the recent Paramount
success parade and a sparkling con
coction of mirth and melody, is the
attraction at the Pinehurst Theatre,
W'ednesday, February 27th, matinee
Lavishly mounted and
Knimanuel Episcopal Church
Rev. F. Craighill Brown, B. A., B. D.,
Rector.
Sunday Services—The first Sunday
in the month. Church School 9:30 a.' and night
I m.| Holy Communion and sermon, dressed, the production reveals a sur-
1 '00 a. m. , ^ . prisingly accomplished Carl Brisson
Other Sundays, Holy Communion ^
i m.; Morning Prayer and sermon, 11 : ^ positive new box-office per-
I a. m. ; sonality in Mary Ellis, the Metropol-
1 Saint’s Daj’s Service. Holy Com- itan Grand Opera Star. The story,
I munion, 10:00 a. m, ' adapted from the musical stag play
! C'hristian Science same title, is localed in a my-
j New Hampshire Ave., near Ashe St. thical kingdom and has Brisson in
; Services are held every Sunday at the dual role of an American movie
11:00 o’clock. Also the Wednesday star on a vacation,
j evening service is held the tirst and i
I third Wednesday of each month.
I Lesson Sermon Sunday, February ward Everett Horton. Eugene Pal-
I 24th is “Mind.” lette. Katherine DeMille, Rosita, Ar-
I The Reading Room in the church is nold Koroff and Mariana Schubert,
open Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p. m.; contributes class performances.
The entire cast, particularly Ed-
I The public is cordially invited to at
tend the services and use the Read
! ing Room.
C'athollc Church
Sunday Masses 8:00, 10:30.
Daily Mass, 7:30,
All are cordially invited to attend night. Both ranking stars, and both
any of these services. equally adept at dramatic and light
I comedy characterizations, the team’s
Manly Presbyterian
respect to direct the dangerous secret
work of the League of the Scarlet
I Pimpernel, a little band of Regency
bloods pledged to rescue French
aristocrats from the guillotine; and
Marguerite, the beautiful French
wife, w'ho was estranged by the un
manly masquerade he assumed to con
ceal his reckless exploits.
I Shirley Temple, sensational baby
star, endears herself again in a ve
hicle especially tailored to her ex
traordinary talents in “The Little
Colonel,” which plays a return en
gagement at the Southern ^ Pines
Theatre, Thursday, Friday, Satur
day, February 28th, March 7, 2, with
a Saturday matinee. Charming, lova
ble, without the slightest trace of
precociousness, Shirley captures the
audiences affections with her amazing
ver.satility. W'ith Bill Robinson, she
tap-danced to the salvos of a preview
audience. She sings, weeps and is
adorable in hoop skirts and poke bon
net.
j There will be a slight change in our
policy during the engagement of
“The Little Colonel,” in that there
will be two matinees on Saturday.
The first one at 1.00 p. m. and the
second one at 3:00 p. m. the children’s
admission will be 15c. This change
is necessary because so many adults
from out of town were turned away
from the matinee of “Bright Eyes.”
Knitted Suits
Two and Three-Piece, reg-. $26.75, Special
$19.50
Novelty Weaves, Smart Styles, Special
$10.95
SATURDAY ONLY
GROUP OF DRESSES
Values to $16.75, Choice
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No Exchang-es
No Approvals
C. T. PATCH DEPARTMENT STORE
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
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! Clark Gable and Constance Bennett
. are co-starred for the first time in
: “After Office Hours,” the Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer production which is
; the attraction at the Pinehurst Thea- H
tre, Friday, March 1st, matinee and LEGAL NOTICES I
ing at eleven o’clock.
^ . initial appearance is being launched
Sunday School at ten a. m. Young ... t ,
Peoples meeting at seven p. nf., with great enthusiasm. In a lusty
Preaching second Sunday nijint at I comedy-drama of New York Society
seven-thirty. Fourth Sunday morn-' and the Press, Gable is cast as
Branch, managing editor who always
gets his story through though it may
mean resorting to the methods of the
Northwest Mount'd. The co-stars en
joy the support of a brilliant featur
ed cast, which includes Stuart Er
win, Billie Burke, Harvey Stephens,'
Katharine Alexander, Charles Rich-
man and Hale Hamilton.
The “Best” of the man who pro
duced such superlative screen enter
tainment as “The Private Life of,
PINEHURST
The Community Church
A. J. McKelway, Pastor
Sunday— Brotherhood and Church
School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11:00 a. m.
man by pastor.
Young People’s Service, 7:15 p. m.
Evening service 8:00.
Thursday, Mid-Week Worship, 7:30
p. m.
The. Village Chapel |
Rev. T. A. Cheatham, D. D., Minister'
Sunday Services: I
Holy Communion, 9 a. m. I
Children’s Service, 10:00 a. m.
Church service, 11 a. m.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Services each Sunday morning at
6:15, 8:30, and 10:30 o’clock.
ABERDEEN
Bethesda Presbj-terian Church
Rev. E. L. Barber, Pastor.
! Services each Sunday morning at
11:15; Services each Sunday evening
; at 7:30. Prayer meeting services Wed-
; nesday evening at 7:30.
Henry The Eighth,” and “Catherine
The Great” implies high praise, in
deed. Yet, “The Scarlet Pimpernel.'
the attraction at the Southern Pines
Theatre, Monday, Tuesday, W’ednes-
day, Feb. 25, 26, 27 with a Tuesday
matinee, has been so judged. One of
the best known and widest read
stories of the English language, this
thrilling tale of adventure in Regen
cy England during the French Revo
lution, makes superb screen material.
Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon
bring to a vibrant and colorful life
.\DMINISTR.\TRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Ancillary Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Ella A. |
Calderwood, deceased, of York Coun-:
ty, Maine, this is to notify all per-,
sons having claims against the es-'
tate of the said deceased to exhibit;
them to the undersigned on or be- ^
fore the 22nd day of February, 1936, |
or this notice will be pleaded in bar ,
of their recovery. All persons indebt-1
ed to the said estate will please make !
immediate payment. j
EVELYN THOMAS, j
Ancillary Administratrix of the es- I
tate of Ella A. Calderwood, deceased.
This 21st day of February, 1935. |
F22-M29.1
PENDER’S
You’ll Always Find The
BEST V AL.UES
AT PENDER’S
Page Memorial M. E.
Rev. L. M. Hall
j First Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Second Sunday—Preaching 11 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11 b,
: m. and 7:30 p. m.
I Sunday School every Sunday
i 10:00 o’clock.
at
One Crnt • word »»rh insertion. Minimum
charge, 25 cent*.
All Want Ads most be paid for before
liiMrtion.
FOR SALE—Invalids chair in excel
lent condition. Miss Louise Blue, !
Aberdeen, N. C. Ml
PInebluff Methodist Church j
I Rev. Clyde O. Newell, B. A., B. D., i
I 9:45 a. m- Church School. | FOR SALE OR RENT: Eight room
11:00 a. m.—Preaching Service.
6:30 p. m.—Epworth League, Jun
ior.
7:30—Epworth League, Young
People.
CARS DER.VILED
A loaded coal car and two tank
cars of gasoline of a Norfolk-South
ern train were derailed near Pine
hurst yesterday. No one was injured.
house on Poplar Street, Aberdeen, i
Terms very reasonable. Apply j. i
L. Pickier, Albemarle, N. C. Ml
CHOICE
EVAPORATED
Apples
LBS.
25c
RAEFORD THEATRE
Raeford R. C.
Friday, February 'i'i
Shows at 3:30, 7:15 and 9
Vastest train
•n earth. . .
s/Lven
in an epic race for life I
Radio Picture
MAXWELL
HOUSE
Coffee
32
Saturday, February 23
Shows at 2, 2:30, 7:15 and 9
lb
N'ORTHERN
GAUZE 4 Rolls 15c
N'ORTHERN
TISSUE. 2 R»iu 11c
DROMEDARY
- GINGER BREAD
.WHEN A MAN.
SEES RED
WELL KNOWN PIANO MANUFAC-
turer has small upright piano in
this locality. Will sell at bargain
rather than ship back. Terms can
be arranged. Write Factory Dis
tributor, Box 1124, High Point, N.
C.
Marl5.
Monday, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 26
Miitlnet; Monday 3:.S0
ANN HARDIM6
ROOMS FOR RENT—Furnished or
unfurnished.—Mrs. D. D. Cameron,
Aberdeen, N. C. Bethesda Road. i
Explains the marvelousIVrf/tonrf
Treatment which is bringing
amazing; reUel. SoW onlronclati
mot%cy-back guarantee.
PRICELESS INFORMATION
—for those sufToring from
STOMACH OR DUODENAI.
, IILCEKS, POOR DICFS-
TION, ACID DYSPEPSIA,
SOUR STOMACH. GASSI
NESS, HEARTBURN, CON
STIPATION, BAD BREATH
SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEAI1
ACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID.
Atk for acopy of WWard’s Messngt. \\-
axe Autliuri^ed Willard DcalcrB.
BRYAN DRUG CO.,
Aberdeen, N. C.
I FOR SALE: Pier Mirror, gold frame, '
6 ft. wide, 12 ft. long. Can be pur
chased for 1-20 of cost. Particulars,
address S. P. P. O. Box 807. '
i
B'’OUND—In Pinehurst on February
14th. Brown and white fox terrier, !
male. Owner should telephone Pine- i
hurst 2621. ;
FOR RENT: Centrally located sunny
apartment, comfortabble and con
venient. Pleasant porch. 15 Penn.
Ave., East. Opposite Municipal
tennis court. Lillian A. Roberts.
WtMlnesday, Thursilr.y, Feb. 27, 28
Shows Daily at 3:30, 7:15 and 9
MIX
19c pkg.
VAN CAMPS
TUNA FISH Cans 25c
SOUTHLAND BULK
MINCE MEAT i JOc
LIBBY’S HOME FLAVOR
SAUERKRAUT
LARGE
CAN
10c I
COLONIAL FRESH
PACKED
STRING BEANS
19c I
FLUFFO
SALAD OIL
9 PINT
L CANS
SOUTHERN MANOR
BARTLETT
PEARS
No. 2 1-2 9Q*
Can uOij
MORTON’S IODIZED
SALT^ 15c i:
RIPPLED
WHEAT..., 11c
BETSY BESS
Cake Size
OUR PRIDE
IX mZji -/-V. U
D. p. BLEND
COF"F"EE
L^e 3S‘
io<
Large
Loaf
lb
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