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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, September 6, 1635.
See Us Before you Plant
Your Winter Lawn
It’s Time To Start
Preparing for School
Get your child’s school dresses
here. We have a big variety
of print dress goods at 10c,
Print Dresses at 59c, 75c, 98c
Anklet Sox 15c, 20c, 25c
Shoes for Children 98c to . .$1.98
We can supply all your school
needs—pencils, tablets, note
books, fillers, ink, all the
small items necessary for a
Women’s Fall Shoes „_.$1.98, $2.98
Men's Fall Shoes $1.98, $2.98
Men’s Fall Shoes
Friendly Five Shoes $5.00
GET IT AT
.\BERDEEV, X. C.
(The coolest place in the
^ FRAN'CES dee
Added: Mickey Mouse in
“Pluto’s Judgement Day.”
Mon., Tue., Wed.,
Matinee Tuesdav at 3:00
Thu., Fri., Sat.,
Sept. 12, 13, 14,
Matinee Saturday at 3:00
The Week in Aberdeen
! The Rev. E. M. Harris has return. Portsmouth, Va.. spent Monday with
1 ed from a meeting at the Baptist ; Mrs. Robert Gwyn.
Church in Ansonville.
C. L. Adams, manager of the A.
in Sandhills Urged
Attorney Denny Wants South
ern Pines, Aberdeen, Carthage,
Pinehurst to Work as One
Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Smith
of Asheboro announce the arrival of
i & P. store has been transferred to j & son, Charles N. Jr., August 20th.
! Raeford, and Mr. Glover has been I Mrs. Smith was formerly Miss Vera
sent here to take his place. ^ o k f or slashed asunder by the steel of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parrish of | Mrs. Robert Gw^yn was hostess to, ^ bullets of the blun_
Mullins, S. C., Mrs. Mary Farmer - her bridge club last Thursday after, i
and son of Wagram and Mr. andl*ioon, at her home, entertaining at'
Mrs. D. C. Wallace of Greensbgjl^ five tables. The high score prize was
were week end guests of Mr. and awarded to Mrs. John Sloan and a
Mrs. Mack Wallace. I guest prize presented to Mrs. Wim.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fowke and son berly Bowman,
of Apex were Sunday guests of ; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Melvin and chiU
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Edge. | dren spent last week.end in the
Miss Joanna Johnson, who has! niountains of North Carolina.
been visiting Mr and Mrs. H. A. j "
Gunter, returned to her home in <
Lemon Springs this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Page and
children of Statesville are guests of i
Mrs. Robert N. Page this week. j »pj,g effervescent charm, intriguing
Miss Emma Page, who has been ^ remarkable comedy thirthe‘story’' o7‘the'Th7eV Mus!
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. B.; Francis Lederer are the ^eteers written by that master,
Wilder, has returned to her home in attraction at the Southern Pines
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Creel .|U
tended the Thomas reunion at Clover,
S. C. last week.
Mrs. Chas. B. Davis left for Sal.
isbury Monday, where she will con.
duct a Beauty Parlor.
Theatre, Monday, Tuesday and Wed.
nesday, Sept. 9, 10, 11, w'ith a Tues
day matinee, where the romantic
(Contmued from page 1)
controlled and either held together
"Today, after three hundred years,
we find that the absence or presence
of selfishness, which was confined
exclusively neither in the King,
Queen or the Cardinal, determines
the value to France and the world
of all their activities, and whether
they resulted In what was thought
then to be success or failure makes
but little matter.
The Three Musketeers
"Perhaps I could get a large ma.
jority agreemen t that out of this
period of history came no finer thing
"The swordsmen of the French
Army were in the service of the j
King, Lords, Dukes and the like.'
France but the allegience to their
immediate Duke and the many in.
Czech star is heading the cast of >pj.u|y they were all fighting for
"The Gay Deception.”
In this light.hearted comedy,
^ tj which sweeps you along in its gusty giant gave often an ample
Mr. Mrs. Edward Harrison; roni6dv s6QU6nc6S Lcdcrcr has re it ^
I ^ sequences, ims ‘*^-|test of their real loyalty to France
and Mrs. Frank Page ox Hig'n Point !rQr)tni'Gd for the scr66n that intan « * *. •
lui me ociccu 1.110,1. lui-an. 1 again the contest is self.
visited Miss Floy Martin last Thurs- gi^jg something which created his (gjjjjgggg
sensational success when he first
day while enroute to Myrtle Beach.
Miss Frances Wimberly, •accom.
versus helpfulness. |
"In one company of the King’s
, made his appearance on the Broad- j ,
f ^u' 1"^^ stage. .member, were three swordsmen j
,W. H. Goldsmith to Beckley, U . Mounted and dressed with lavish I ^oth |
\ a last week on a visit. , beauty and color of a Jesse L. Lasky I
Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley and production. "The Gay Deception” j fire.arms caused them to
whirls its principals, Lederer and , ^hree Musketeers,
Frances Dee, through a hilarious se. jthem; Porthos,, a large,
ries of comedy adventure to a Joy-| tail man, handsome, forceful; Athos,
serving the advancement of the
United States of America.
“Back into history and the story
we find the advancement of civili
zation three hundred years ago de.
pending not upon the success of the
King or the Cardinal or the Queen,
and in the Three Musketeers and
their added companion from the out.
side we acclaim their devotion to
the one compelling purpose expressed
in their immortal motto, ‘All For
One, One for All.’
The Sandhills Musketeers
“And now this gathering of men
living as we do on peculiar ground,
land that has been so long in the
making that there hovers over it
a climate so desirable that life here
is sought for by those who are weak
and would be strong, by young and
old who would live long and happi.
ly. Our purpose is their comfort,
their comfort is our accomplishment.
"If today you were seated by
town or community groups there
would be three from the Sandhills
and one from the hills of clay. And
Porthos would be Pinehurst; Athos,
Southern Pines; Aramis, Aberdeen
and D’Artagnan our County seat,
"Many separate interests do we
have. Our four groups each have
problems which some men would
work out on the doctrine of self-
preservation, but may it be proposed
and not opposed that our best ad.
vance, best preservation and surely
the happiest and most pleasant,
lies in the adoption In our Individual
lives, among our business associates.
in our community groups and for
our entire county the motto of the
Musketeers, ‘All For One, One For
Little Jean Overton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Overton, cele.
brated her third birthday at a party
Thursday afternqon, August 29th.
Her guests were Delores Merrill,
Nelia Ruth Johnson, Agnes Ann
Buckley, Lewis Allison Phillips,
Sonny Baker and Sonny and Buddy
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pethlc, their
daughter Sylvia and son Richard, are
expected to arrive In town this Frl.
Cyrus Butler of Kingsport, Tenn^
was a week.end visitor In town.
Pee Dee Monument Com|Miny
C. O. Funderburke, Mgr.
Marble and Granite Memorials
Rockingham, N. C.
C. A. Gillis, Rep., Rockingham, N. C.
Irene Downer, Raeford, N. C.
(Retirement Income and Annuities)
Life and Accident Proteetion
Carl G. Thompson
Phone Southern Pines 7363
The Travelers Insurance Co
(Life-Accident and Group Dept.)
children spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Campbell enroute to
Mrs. J. Talbot Johnson and chil.
dren, who have been visiting In the
ous romantic climax.
i older, much beyond the average size
^ ^ r V deceivers of the film are : ^ attitude and se.
E^ns’land States and YorK tviio nair* L^dprcr a Princc mas . » i_- *. j *. •
. u 1 pan. i^euerer, a r-iince renity which made him stand out in
I City, are returnmg home this week, querading as a member of the staff .
Jesse Carter of the CCC Camp at' an ultra-luxurious hotel, and Miss
Polkton, spent the Labor Day holl. 1 Dee, who is having a fling on some
; days at home with his parents. j xnoney she has won and pretending to
j The Rev. E. L. Barber, John D. n,g an heiress. Lavishly produced, the
McLeod and John D. McLean are pj^^m-g tells the story of two light.
: delegates from the Presbyterian | hearted pretenders, who manage to g^me to Paris with the
, Church here to the Synod of North penetrate each other's bluff, and in strength of his hills In his fine body,
' Carolina being herd at the Flora [time pach other’s dream of romance ^ a, ■
J ,1 r. J c • I ’ owners uream 01 romanue. dashing of their streams in his
1 Macdonald College in Red Springs added attraction is the latest of
any group; Aramis, medium, Immac.
ulate, very handsome, dashing and
of good breeding.
"By what appeared to be a series
of most unfortunate circumstances
a young man from the mountains of
use of the sword and a letter of m-
j company of the Three Musketeers,
to seek his fortune. And although'
^ Mickey Meuse’s offerings, “Pluto’s Captain of the |
Edwin McKelthen, Jr., of New Day.” *
York City Is spending bis vacation
with his parents here. , Ten years ago a timid, bewilder, j j
James A. Cockman of .North gd Swedish girl-Greta Louvlsa Gus.,^^ ^
I East, Pa spent last week-end visit, tafson-began her first screen role ; j^g I
ling relatives here. 'at the Metro-GoldwTn.Mayer Studios, ;
I Allen Gibson spent last week.enu Thi<j week this same woman now , , . *. »_• i*? i
I. ^ “ wecK, Lnib same woman, now . aggressiveness got himself
I in Jonesboro. ; known as Greta Garbo and the most
j Nat Weaver has been quite ill for discussed woman in the world, ap.
j the past week. pears here on Thursday, Friday and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKeithen Saturday, Sept. 12, 13, 14, with a
. and son of W Inston.Salem have been Saturday matinee, In her tenth an.
j recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. nlversary picture. This production of
McKeithen. Tolstoy’s immortal “Anna Karenina”
into separate duals with all three of I
the Musketeers during his first day I
in Paris. j
The law against dueling and the j
enmity of the Cardinal’s guards re-'
suited in five of these calling on the |
Three Musketeers to submit to ar. ■
Mrs. W. H. Rose and Miss Pauline
Quillen of Norfolk, Va.. spent the
rest, which the three were able to ; S
‘‘Even if I had the time I would
E. V. PERKINSON
Mrs. C. Ij. Williams of Hemp spent jg Garbo’s twentieth picture for M.
last Monday in Aberdeen visiting her q.m, a conslstant average of twP , resist very successfully when the
cousin, Mrs. Alex Brewer. 1 films yearly for the same studio , ^ ^
^ 1:' nr TiTaHi „ or,^' yeany lor me same siuaio yomjg unknown D Artagnan joined
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Medlin and gjnce her fli-st arrival in America., forces with his enemies against
Gloria Gray, spent the Labor Day ^ evidenced by the first scenes | lYieir common foe
holidays at Davis. j ^^hich Garbo appeared for "Anna
Francis Harris has been visiting Karenina,” the new picture is the
friends In Norwood for the past most dazzling, colorful and dramat.
... , , .. not dare attempt to spoil your pleas.
1C production of her entire career. 1 f f j
^ „ f 4. ' ure In re.readlng just how' it came
The Garbo supporting cast is one “
, ,, , , ,, , , about that the Three Musketeers be-
of the largest ever assembled around ,
week.end at the home of Mrs. Rose’s the first lady of the screen. Heading'
I brother, H. J. Edge, whUe Mr., Rose ’ it are Frederic March, her co.star; 1 unselfishness gave to the world
I played in the Seaboard golf tourna- Freddie Bartholomew, who played Dumas perhaps
Iment at Southern Pines. the title role in "David Copperfield”; 1°“*’
j Miss Edith Stanton of Dillon, S. Maureen O’Sullivan. Mary Robson i
iC., spent Tuesday in Aberdeen visit. I Rathbone and thirty.four other well-i ^ before,
; ing Mrs. Mack Wallace. known players, including Phoebe Pronounce the et.ern. I
I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wiley and Foster, of the Broadway stage; motto, theirs was the greater |
■Miss Mabel Lawrence spent the La- Reginald Owen and Reginald Den. j building within themselves J
! bor Day holidays at Morehead City. »<■.. character which subdued and dis_
I Miss Sadie Sutton of V^aldosta,
Ga., has returned to Aberdeen to re.
sume her work as secretary to B.
B. Saunders during the coming to
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Byrd and Miss I directed by Chester Hale, famous for I when his might often
Marguerite Hunt have returned from his great ensembles at’the Capitol' obtained much more,
a vacation trip to the western part [ Tfieatre, New York. I "Athos used his superior knowl
edge and the fine organization of |
his personality for the elevation and '
strengthening of the weaker places
of those with whom he was associat.
Within the picture is a Russian baL: Introselfishness of their
let, directed by the famous Viennese ’ hearts.
choreographer, Margaret Wallman, | “Porthos curbed the power of his
and the Mazurka, which takes place, strength and took for himself
in the grand Moscow ballroom, was
of the state.
Mark Davis has returned home af.
ter spending a month at the CltL
_ _ . zens Military Training Camp at Fort
BMthem Pines, N. C. Tel. 6038 gragg
I Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Thomas
I of Raeford and Mr. and Mrs D. G.
I McFaydPU 'of Fayetteville were
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Free.
! man last week-end.
I Mrs. W'. R. Creel and daughter,
Miss Edythe, have returned from a
I visit with relatives in Selma and
! Mr. and Mrs. Fairley Bay of San.
I ford spent last Tuesday afternoon
; in Aberdeen,
Mrs, Dare Wetmore and daughter,
Will be in his officc OT«r ih«
Po«t Office, Sanford, N. C., %wtirj
Wednesday, from 10:00 a, m. to
S:00 p. m. Don’t fall to see him if
jrour eyee are weak.
A. Li. ADAMS
PAINTER — DECORATOm
J. N. POWELL, INC.
Punera! Directing Embalming
Day and Night rhoce 6161
East Broad St., Southern Pines
Service Since 1896
WANT E D
WANTED—Your old furniture. We
give the best trading price. Get
new furniture easily. We also buy
your old furniture for the highest
possible price. McLean Furniture
Co., Southern Pines.
WANTED—Someone to take over
a practically new upright piano in
this locality and finish payment on
small balance now owing. Prompt
action essential. Write Credit Mana-
Marlon Dare, of Durham vvere’ggr^ 1124, High Point, N. C.
guests of Mrs. Robert Gwyn and j Aug. 16—Sep. 6.
Mrs. G. G. Martin last Sunday. j —
Mrs. C. V. Miller and daughter, | BARGAINS at the Trade Store this
Miss Charlotte have returned from
a visit with friends in Carthage.
The Rev. L. M. Hall is assisting the
Rev. D. P. Waddell in a series of
revival services at the Methodist
Church of the Fayetteville district.
Miss Bettie Guilds of Washington,
D. C., is visiting in Aberdeen as the
guest of Mi.v^ labelle McDonald.
Mr. and Mr. C. S. Montelth of
week Include the New Electrolux
Oil Burning Refrigerator, New
Nesco Oil Stove, Congoleum Rugs,
new Mattresses a®d used articles
too numerous to mention. Ex
change what you don’t want for
something you need, or buy at a
small profit for cash.
H. A. LEWIS, Trader,
Southern Pines, N. C.
‘‘Aramis spent the prestige of his
Influence at Court and the power of
his lineage to the advancement of
his fellows, and his beautiful cloak
never hid an advantage that was
not used for the common good.
"And D’Artagnan, who made his
way to the side of the King and
Queen and to the very throne of the
Government, ever extended his great
political and physical strength for
all and even parted with the gift
ring of the Queen that his fellows
might be better equipped to serve.
“But what has all this to do wltU
this group of genial gentlemen who
are se kind to listen to these bor_
rowings of mine?
“Let’s go back. We found that
the two houses of our present Con.
gress, the President and the Supreme
Court, made a group of four, each
with separate interests, sej-.arate
duties, ^nd separate obligations, j
succeeding or falling in all of their j
several purposes in proportion to
their adherence to the one pi*-pose of i
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