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Friday, November 29, 1935.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. Norlh Carolina
Never Treat A
Never send a boy to do a man’s
work. That’s why we say to you, go
today to Broad Street Pharmacy
and get a bottle of that famous-,
smooth, creamy, cresoted Emulsion
known to pharmacists as Bronchuline
Emulsion. It’s a medicine for grown
ups for coughs that hang on i»'d
never seem to let go. No sweet sy
rupy concoction that simply plays
with a cough—no dope or habit-
forming drugs—it quickly strikes at
the source of the trouble. Get a bot
tle and enjoy a good night’s rest.
The Week in Southern Pines
15 PEKINGESE SPANIELS
Bench Show Dec. 5—Thursday—3 P.
M. at Civic Club. Adults 23 Cents,
Children 10 Cents.
From Grandfather Sun-Pai-Chi, ten
years old, to Baby Lo Lo will be
glad to greet you.
We have the famous
■lED STAB CO.XL
Al5 Other Good Grades
C. G. FARRELL
Aljerdeen, N. C’.
Drs. Neal, Beard
R. A. WARREN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
West Broad Street
Clark’s Funeral Home
Tel. 7401 Southern Pines
ALTON D. McLEAN
CASH OR CREDIT
A. L.. AOAIVIS
PAINTER — DECORATOB
Will be in his office over the
Post Office, Sanford, N. C., every
Wednesday, fttom 10:00 a. m. to
8:00 p. m. Don’t fail to see him if
yoar eyes art weak.
J. N. POWELL, INC.
Funeral Directing Embalming
Day and Night Phone 6161
East Broad St., Southern Pines
Service Since 1895
The Home School
Under the Direction of
MISS LAURA M. JENKS
K’g’n. First and Second Grades.
Mr. and Mrs. George Graff spent
Sunday in Durham.
Miss Lucille Rorabough of Johns-^
town. Pa., is the guest of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aeschli-
mann for a few weeks.
Mr.s. B. Weaver and daughter El
eanor arrived Thursday evening fi'om
Newport, Rhode Island and have op
ened their home on Page street.
Dr. R. L. Hart and P. T. Barnum
attended the Duke-State game in
i Raleigh Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brown return
ed a few days ago from Maine and
have opened their home on Massa
Harold Dillehay of Fayetteville spent
the week-end in Southern Pines.
Frank Maples and the Misses Mary
Hall, Millie Montesanti, Irene Maples
and Margaret Gifford attended the
Uuke-State game in Raleigh Satur
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Buckley mo
tored to Charlotte Sunday. ^
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, Jr.,
jof Sanford spent Sunday in town.
I Miss Marguerite Swaringen is
I spending a few days in Charlotte.
I Miss Mary Whitt and Pete Bow
man of Greensboro are the guests
I of Mr. and Mrs. William Roth over
I the Thanksgiving Tolidays.
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Macaul-
' ey and son, Robert of Larchmont,
j New York are guests at the Park
i View for Thanksgiving week,
i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Corser of
i Vineland, New Jerrjey spent a few
‘days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
i E. Goddard en route to Orlando, Flor-
Miss Helen Calhoun arrived Friday
from Connecticut to spend the win
ter with her'sister, Mrs. E. M. Hayes.
Phillip Weaver spent Saturday in
Mrs. Jackson Boyd spent the week-
■ end in W’ashington, D. C.
' Mi.ss Alice E. Smith has returned
' to Southern Pines after spending the
summer at Campobello, New Bruns
wick, Canada, and has taken a room
at Mrs. Celeste Edscn's home for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. McMillen for
many years residents here, have re-
j cently purchased the Butterfield
' cottage in Pinebluff and v.’ill occupy
it for the winter.
Mesdames Harry Lewis, Irene
Mills, Clyde Council, Winnie Dodge,
Hugh McElroy, (IJertrude Goodwin,
R. L. Chandler, Yates Pue and the
I Misses Mary Elizabeth Lawrence,
Bertha B'owler and Charles Phillips
I visited the Baptist Orphanage in
I Thomasville Saturday,
i' Mrs. L. H. Jenkins of Richmond,
' Va., is expected this week-end to
; open her home on Highland Road for
I Mrs. Charles Everest left Tues-
1 day for Windsor, Conn., where she
! will spend the Thanksgiving holidays
I with Mr. Everest.
I Mzs. R. R. Scott and brother,
I Frank T. Hutchins of New York are
I spending a few days as guests of
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson while
en route to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Laing are
down from Amissville, Va., for the
winter and have leased an apart
ment in George C. Abraham’s resi
Mrs. Reid Healy is expected on
Saturday and will open her home on
Mr. and Mrs. Pope Inman will
spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Inman’s
parents in Ha#let.
Louis and Charles Scheipers arriv
ed in Southern Pines Monday night
from Laurence, Mass.
J. D. Shelton will spend Thanks
giving in Hamlet.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stronfi
of New Town, Conn., are spending
a few days in town.
Mrs. Dorothy Adams is spending
a few days in Georgia.
Mrs. Charles Cist has rented one
of the Highland Lodge apartments
for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fortescue,
who have been occupying Mrs. Pu-
shee’s house in Weymouth Heights
for the past month, left Tuesday for
Florida where they will .spend the
O. R. Hegness has leased the Sad
dler house on Ridge street for the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and
Miss Dorothy Pottle are spending a
month in Hot Springs, Arkansa.s.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pierce left
Monday for Leominster, Ma.ss., to
spend the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Doris Eddy was the week-end
guest of Miss Virginia Kane at Duke
Mrs. Elmer Davis and Mrs. Ray-
mand Kennedy spent Monday in
Mrs. LoistHall has as ner guests
for Thanksgiving Miss Josephine
W'eaver of Aberdeen.
Miss Katherine Wiley and Mes
dames Dorsey Stutz and Clarence
Edaon entertained at a bridge and
shower honoring Miss Doris Eddy,
bride-elect, at the home of Miss Wil
ey Monday evening. Miss Lenora Rig-
gan, Mrs. Richard Tarlton and Mrs.
John Howarth received high score
prizes and Miss Mary Swett received
Miss Eddy was presented with a
trunk filled with hosiery and lin
After bridge was played the guests
were invited into the dining room
where Miss Eddy cut the bride’s
cake. Mrs. Eddy and Mrs. Stutz
poured coffee. Guests included Miss
Eddy, honoree and the Misses Elean
or Barron, Elizabeth Grover, Lenora
Riggan, Mary Swett, Dorothy Moore,
Emilie Mae Wilson, Frances Schwartz
and Emma Fisher and the Mesdames
John Howarth, Richard Tarlton, Earl
Merrill, John Ruggles, Dwight Hos
kins, William Matchett, George Rose,
Emmett Golden, Howard Burns, E.
C. Eddy and Vincent Johnson.
Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Simp.son are
spending the Thanksgiving holidays
in Ashbtiry Park, New Jersey.
The Willing Workers of the Bap
tist Chijrch will have their monthly
Missionary meeting at Highland
Lodge next Tuesday, December 3rd
at 3 o’clock. All women cordially in-
3() TO 5« I'KIU ENT SAMXG
TO rSEIIS OF ELECTKU ITV
E. V. PERKINSON
iMtlieni Pines, N. C. Tel. 6uS8
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
Get your entry blank now
from your Electrical
T)enler or the CaroHna
Power & lilRlit Company.
Nothing to Buy—
Nothing to Sell—
\ . Nobhlnc to Collect—
Advertiae in THE Pn,OT|
(Confmued fro\n pnr/c 1)
may be earned by customers who
make a»more liberal use of electric
ity than during corresponding
months of 1934, is as follows:
5.5 ccnts per KWH for first 50
KWH used; 3.0 cents per KWH for
next 50 KWH used; 2.0 cents per
KWH for next 150 KWH u.sed; 1.5
cents per KWH for all KWH in ex-
ce.ss of 250 KWH used. Monthly min
imum - $1.00.
‘‘It may be seen by comparison of
the above rates with those which are
being superseded, that the customer
who uses less than 50 KWH per
month will receive an immediate re
duction of his bill for a correspond
ing number of KWH used during any
month of this year, or for a lesser
amount of money such customers
may make a msre liberal use of
electricity,” says Mr. Chandler.
The Rev. R. F. Brown of Sanford
will preach in the Lakeview Presby-
iterian Church at 11 o’clock Sunday
morning, December 1, and at Un-
i'.n chui'ch at 3 o’clock in the af
ternoon, according to an annour%ce-
nient made by the pastor, Rev. C. A.
Lawronco. The Presbyterians of this
seclion are especially invited to hear
The Methodist Auxiliary met at
the home of Mrs.. W. D. Matthews
on Wednesday evening. An interest
ing program on Methodist missions
in Koiea was presented by Mrs. C.
L. Tyson, Mrs. H. A. Borst and Mrs.
S. R. Smith. Mrs. Hollifield Fry read
the Scripture and Mrs. W. C. Leslie
conducted the Bible study. An inter
esting social hour followed and at the
conclusion, Mrs Matthews was as
sisted by her daughter. Miss Saia
Edith, in serving refreshments.
The Presbyterian Auxiliary met at
the manse on W'ednesday for a spec
ial study on the Holy Spirit with
Mrs Loula Muse of Cameron con
ducting the study. Mrs. Muse took a
special course in Montreat last sum
mer, and was well prepared for pre
senting the subject in an impressive
way. A plate lunch was enjoyed by
the group at the noon hour.
Mrs. Lawrence Brittain and little
son of Atlanta, Ga., spent two weeks
with their grandmother, Mrs. Jane
Keith, leaving Saturday for a brief
visit in Southern Pines before return
ing home. Mrs. Brittain was former
ly Miss Josie Lynn Keith.
Mrs. C. L. Tyson, Miss Marie Ty
son and J. M. Tyson visited Mrs.
Mamie Dixon in Raleigh Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLauchlin of
Fayetteville spent Sunday with Mrs.
J. A. Keith.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ellis of
Ramseur visited D. A. Cameron and
family the first of the week.
I Dr. T. T. Spence and son Talmadge,
‘ and J. T. Westcot of Raleigh called
on Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Pi r'icr
and Tommy G.schwind of near Rock-
fish spent Friday night with Paul
Gschwind anti family.
Miss Eloise Starr of VVilkesboro
! and Miss Virginia Gib.son of Lemon
' Springs called on Miss Eloi.se Brooks
' I wigl.t WhUcsell of Burlington
;sp£iU SiLiday ;.t fi3 home of Mr.
I and Mrs. J. E. Byrd and Mrs. White-
seM. who iiad bee:i visiLinjj her par
ents for a week, returned home with
him on Monday.
Mrs. Jane Keith and Aubrey Keith
were Sunday ilinner guests of Mr.
and I\Irs. Harold 'i'hompsj.n at Pine-
Mrs. ,S. M. McNeill vi.'-ited Mrs.
Belle McKeithen of Cameron on
Thursday and Mr.'^. N. N. McLean
spent the day with Mrs. J. E. Snow.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Griffin and
children of Hamlet WiS e v*2k-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffin.
W. A. Smith was given a surprise
birthday party on Sunday at his
home in Vass, with a number of rel
atives from near and far in attend
Our be.st recon.structive tonic and stimulant. An effec
tive aid in increasing and maintaining body tone.
Beneficial in run down conditions and especially indicat
ed as a nutritive nerve and blood building agent.
pricp: one dollar
A RELIABLE DKUG STORE
C’H.XS. ,1. S.VDLER, Mirr.
FINE LO( \TION
OPEX ALL YEAR
Fresh cut flowers for sale each
Saturday at the Curb Market.
Before Cold Weather Arrives
Heating Plant and Plumbing System
Estimates Gladly Given
(Airicnial.’c Coal Burner)
ESSOHF.^T FUEL OIL
. V. OTALLAGHAN
FinGJOAlKK SALES AND SF:uV1CE
Ti'ii p’iotif .vs n
All country produlce at the Curb
p Fliglilend 1-^odge I
ij A Quiet Home-Like Family Hotel
;♦ IMeasantly Localcd on Vermonl Avenue Neir the Pine.s
II SEASON OCTOBER 1ST TO .JUNE 1ST
p Nicely furnished comfortable apar-ments for rent
i Mrs. W. N. GREARSON
Telephone 6933 Southern Pines, N. C.
ARE NO SAFER BRAKES MADE
than ths Super-Safety Brakes of the 1936 Ford V-8
4 INDEPENDENT BRAKE-RODS
FORD PERMANENT WHEELBASE
Radius rods  brace the front
axle like a pair of giant arms.
Radius rods and Torque-tube 
give triple bracing to the rear
asle. This means that the front
and rear axles of a Ford car are al
ways held equi-distant—in perfect
alignment. On this permanent
wheelbase any braking system now
in common use could be used. Only
with this Ford-type wheelbase, can
mechanical, Super-Safety brakes
be u.sed to the fullect advantage.
Four brake-rods  of strong,
tempered steel link the pressure of
your foot on the pedal with the four
big brake-drums on the wheels.
They do this positively, surely,
under all road conditions. Note
especially that no one Ford brake
has to depend on the other three.
Failure of one—practically impos
sible—would still leave you three
Tear out this chart and check it
with the car you are driving now.
NO other car in America has the same
basic design as the Ford V-8. Because
of this design, the Ford could use any
type of braking system now in common
use. (Diagram at left shows why.)
With the whole field to choose from,
Ford stands by mechanically-operated
Super-Safety brakes as safest, surest, and
most positive for the Ford V-8.
This is the type braking system used
on many of America’s costliest cars and
most racing cars. Because of unique
chassis design, Ford can use it to bettes
effect than any other car built today.
All in all, no safer brakes are made
than you get with the 1936 Ford V-8.
Drive it tpday—and see for yourself.
CAROLINA FORD DEALERS
AND VP, P. O. a DETROIT,
StMiarti accessory group inclmd-^
:ng bumpers and spare tire extrm.
r.Msy terms :hr^ftiO> Vnivtrsal
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