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Friday, April 12, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pineg and Aberdeen, North Carolina
BROAD STREET PHARMACY
R. L. HART, Proprietor
The Week in Southern Pines
Plants, Cut Flowers, Corsages
Let Flowers Help Make This Easter
the Happiest Ever.
which she will visit her son, Dck
; Wilson in New York. Mrs. Wilson
; was accompanied north by Mrs. May
; and Mrs. Dri.scoll.
i Mrs. Lee Clark and her small son
’ Windham of Washington are visit-
j ing the former's parents at their
i home here.
I Mrs. Elmer Davis spent Monday in
Miss Ann Fenner has returned to
Chatham Haii in Virginia, where she
Our assortment is complete and
reasonable in price.
FALI.ON FLOWER SHOP
^^est IJroad Street Telephone 5722 Southern I*ines
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trousdall
have as their guest their daughter,
Mrs. Edward David of Croton-on-
Hudson, N. Y.
Mrs. John R. Milliken of Sanford
is visiting her son and daughter-in-
law. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Milliken.
Mrs. Lyle V. Wrenn and daughter,
Nancy Wrenn, have returned to their
home here after a visit with relatives
in western North Carolina.
Tommy Atkinson, student at Kings
Business College in Raleigh, visited
his parents here this week.
Mrs Thomas E. Thompson and her
daughter. Miss Marguerite Thomp
son have returned to their home in
I Annandale-on-Hudson, N. Y., after
: a two months’ visit with ther daught-
i er and sister. Mis. A. J. Drew.
! Mrs. Colin S. Carter of Bridge-
j hampton. I.. I., has arrived to spend
i some time' as the guest of Mr. and
j Mrs. Francis Robinson.
I Mrs. Rufus Chatfield was called to
: Charlotte this week by the death of
. her father.
leston, S. C., to visit the azalea gar
dens over the week-end.
A Collins, prominent attorney of
Evanston, 111., and Mrs. Collins, are
here for a few weeks golf and are
guests at the Johnson House.
Among recent arrivals at the Hol
lywood are Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Post,
Williston Park, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Valentine, East Williston, L. I.;
Mi.ss N. O. Pevear of Lynn, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Her of Brooklyn,
N. Y.; Mrs. A. B. Otaway and Mrs.
H. C. Aldrich of Westfield, N. Y.
Mrs. Richard Tarlton entertained at
a miscellaneous shower and four ta
bles of bridge last Thursday evening
at her home on Ashe street, honoring
Miss Emilie Richardson, whose en
gagement to John Adams Leland of
Charleston, S. C., was recently an
nounced. Miss Richardson received
many attractive gifts. Mrs. D. G.
Stutz and Miss Eleanore Barron were
high scoie winners at bridge. Mrs.
Tarlton’s guest included besides the
honoree Miss Dorothy Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Clemson Miss Elizabeth Grover, Miss Katherine
I left Tuesday for their home in Mid-
, dleton, N. Y., after spending the win-
: ter at the Mid-Pines Club.
I James G. K. Lawrence of New
! York has returned from Florida and
; is a guest at the Hollywood.
Mrs. Emilie Wilson has gone to
j Reading, Pa„ for a short visit, after
Time to Fertilize
We are unloading' this week—
A CAR OF NITRATE OF SODA
A CAR OF COTTON SEED MEAL
We have a complete stock of
the old reliable and dependable
Fertilizer that makes the crops.
GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS
FOR FARM and GARDEN NEEDS
McNElLL & COMPANY
Feed and Seed Store
Telephone 6244 Southern Pines
DON'T LET YOUR
SCREENS RUST AWAY!
Keep your screens well painted with LOWE BROTHERS
SCREEN ENAMEL and they’ll always stay as bright
and new as the day you bought them;
Just try a can of this glossy enamel before you install
your screens this year. You'll like the way it brushes
on. For it doesn’t run, or clog the meshes of the screen.-
And it dries in practically no time at all!'
SCREEN ENAMEL protects both wire and frame
alike firom rust and decay. Use it every year or two,
and you won’t have a new set of screens to buy for a
long, long time^
ABERDEEN HARDWARE COMPANY
ABERDEEN, N. C.
; is a student, after spending the spring
H; holidays with her mother, Mrs. Al-
Mr. and Mrs. Preston T. Kelsey
have as their guest Miss Emma E.
Lange of Montclair, N. J.
Mrs. D. T. Reed and her small son
David of Kinston are here for a visit
with Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Moore. <
Mrs. E. W. Merrill and small
granddaughter, Dolores Merrill, spent
last Friday in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Beckwith of
Brookline, Mass., are visiting the
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
H. Beckwith at their home in Knoll-
Mrs. Davis and niece, Mrs. Robert
Pottle, returned Sunday from a visit
to Daytona Beach, Florida.
Mrs. Buster Doyle spent Monday in
Mrs. Ketchum has arrived from her
home in Roanoke, Va., for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Stanley W. Burke, Jr., and Waring
Burke left Monday for Hill School in
Pottstown, N. Y., where they are stu
dents, after visiting their parents,
I Mr. and Mra. Stanley W. Burke, dur
ing the spring holidays.
Miss Dorothy Moore will arrive the
latter part of this week from Gar
land School in Boston, Mass., to
I spend the Easter holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore have re
turned from Kinston where they vis
ited during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Moss had as
their guests over the week-end Dav
id Bachelor of Raleigh and James
I Cobol of Durham.
Judge and Mrs. J. S. Manning of
Raleigh are expected the latter part
of this week to visit their son-in-law
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Mil
R. W. Brindel, superintendent of
the local A. & P. store, is ill in the
Moore County Hospitay.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McWaters and
Miss Esther McWaters of Toronto,
Can., and F. W. Smith of Quebec,
Can., arrived at the Highland Pines
Inn Monday for a visit. Among other
recent arrivals at the Inn are Col.
and Mrs. R. W. Day of New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Lee of Tuxe
do Park, N. Y., Dr. and Mrs. John M.
Wheeler of New York City, Mr. and
Mrs. I. J. Atwood of Melfors, Mass.,
Mrs. A. W. Bingham of New York
and Mrs. W. J. Ballne of Chester, Va.
Mrs. John Morrison, Miss Ruth
Louise Platt and Mrs. A. W. McNeill
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. McLeod of Lumberton this past
week where they attended the Fay
etteville Presbyterial meetings.
Mrs, Lloyd Woolley and Miss Mary
Scott Newton were the gruests of Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Taft in Lumberton
while attending the Presbyterial ses
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Beckwith
returned Saturday from a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. George Buttry, Miss
Helen Hartgrove, Mrs. . J. Canaday
and Pope Inman motored to Char-
Wiley. Miss Dorothy Pottle, Miss
Doris Eddy, Miss Helen Blair Miss Le-
nora Riggan, Miss Frances Schwarz,
Miss Eleanor Barron, Mrs. John Ho-
warth, Mrs. Earl Merrill, Mrs. John
Ruggles, Mrs. William Matchett, Mrs.
Clarence Edson, Mrs. Garland Pearce,
Mrs. D. G. Stutz and Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. George Buttry entertained the
Sewing Club Monday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trousdall
entertained at dinner Wednesday
evening at the Midland Club, Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mus-
ser, Mrs. Edward David and Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Moore.
Miss .Helen Blair was hostess at
bridge and a glass shower for Miss
Emilie Richardson, bride-elect, at her
home on Bennett street Friday even
ing. Miss Richardson was presented
with guest prize and high scores at
bridge were won by Miss Katherine
Wiley and Mss Frances Schwarz.
Mrs. H. G. Harrington and daught
ers and Mrs. Cornwell of Raleigh
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Harrington.
Mrs.Emma Chittendon left Satur
day night for her home in Hopkins-
ton, N. Y., after spending the win
ter at The Woodworth.
Mrs. E. K. Kane has as her guests
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Kent Kane
and Mrs. Johnson of Kushequa, Pa.
Yates Allen, student at Campbell
College at Buies’ Creek, will spend
the week-end here as guests of his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Vance McMillian.
Doris Ferguson, young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, is ill
at her home on New Hampshire ave
nue, suffering with bronchial pneu
Harry M. VaJe is spending several
days in New York.
We offer a wide choice of styles and fabrics in double
breasted, sport, and conservative models in Worsteds,
Gabardines, Chatham Homespuns and Tropicals all
White, Grey, Stripes and Checks
in White, Stripes and Checks
in White, Two-Toned and Brown Buckskin
For Boys and Students
Suits, Sports Coats and Flannel Trou.sers
FIRST SHOWING OF THE
NEW STRAW HATS
The Tog Shop
Broad St. and N*. H. Ave., Southern Pines
Lilies of the Valley
Order your Easter plants and
flowers now, and insure
Nrs. Chandler’s Greenhouses
South Bennett St. Telephone 6154 Southern Pines
Begins Tuesday, April 16th
Prices Reduced on Entire Stock
Store Well Be Closed Monday Afternoon