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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Our Policy Now and
AT MODKKATK I’KK'ES
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and Uniforms 95c
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Silk Dresses in a big variety of
colors and sizes . $3.95
Ladies’ Silk Hose, full fashioned,
special - ^Oc
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Thread, 48 Guage, Ringless,
Ladies’ Hats, all newest styles
and colors 98c to $1.95
Oet Your inter Supplies Now .
Prices Are Low, ana Wholesale
FrUes are Advaneing.
ABERDEEN, X. C.
Monday, Dec. 2nd,
3:00 and 8:15
Wednesday, Dec. 4th,
3:00 and 815
Friday, Dec. 6th,
3:00 and 8^15
Added: Our Gang Comedy,
“Follies of 1936.”
At Southern Pines
Mon., Tue., Wed.,
Dec. 2, 3, 4,
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00
Dr. McDonald Talks |
To Educo Members!
Friday, November 29, 1935.
I Gubernatorial Candidate Out-
i lines Platform Before School
Men of County
Packing human Interest punch,
, aglow with natural comedy In ac
tion, situations and dalogue, tiHged
i with just enough drama, and spark-
Dr. Ralph McDonald, Democratic -jjg operatic and modern topl-
candidate for governor of North -i Dream Too Much,” the
_tiruiina. was guest speaker at the j jqjj Pinehurst Theatre
meeting of the Educo Club of Moore \ionday, December 2nd, matinee and
1 county held in the Carthage hotel onl^ight, is potentially promising of be-
I Thursday evening of last week. Mr. jjjg delight. It presents a newcom-
McDonald in his address advocated Lily Pons, whose vocal ability
larger appropriations f'r education,, jg known but whose flair for comedy
; is certain ta prove a pleasing sur-
I prise to picture fans. Miss Pons’ sing-
I 'ncreased salaries for teachers, a de-
5 crease in the teacher load and sick
j leave for the instructors of the
ing of several operatic arias and
anti-sales tax forces in the last Gen
eral Assembly were the real friends
of education, and that they consist
ently supported the higher appropria-
i ticns for schools. Dr. McDonald was
Introduced by \V. R. Clegg of Car
states youth. He asserted that the topical numbers is an entertain
ment asset. Henry Fonda is con
vincing as the romantic hero.
One of the foremost novels of the
year, “So Red The Rose,” has been
I made into a motion picture by Par-
! amount, and with Margaret Sullivan
i in the starring role will be seen at
Frank Webster of the Southern Wednesday, December 4th,
I Pines schools presided over the meet- | ,„atjnr,e ,and \iight. Stark Youngs
ing and the following new members , ^ovel, adapted ^o the screen by Law-
, were welcomed into the organization: | Stallings and Edwin Ju.stus
Robert R. Hardy of Carthage; Olin^j^ygj. jg romantic and stirring
Nivens of Cameron, Worth L. Kiser ; g^^^y of the South during the War
of Eureka. William E. Gladstone of! between the States.” That is the
Vass, W. L. Cunnmgham and Albert | background, but specifically it tells
C. Hall of Pinehurst. G. Titus Rog-1 ^
ers of Eagle Springs and Philip Wea- j ^y prejudice and bitterness. It
ver of Southern Pines. , ^ jgtgrmi-
“ “ , nation to ignore the high feelings of
KIWANIS CLl-B HONORS ,
ITS K)K\IKK PKhSIDENTS, ijfj, without resorting to actions in
j which he docs not believe. Miss
(Continued from puge 1) I Sullivan recently seen in "The Good
in Decembei', 1922. t^ld of the organ-1 Kairy” and "Only Yesterday’ ’is the
ization meeting at the Mid-Pines | star, expeitly cast as Vallette the
Club. There were 35 charter mem-j beautiful Southern girl who is faced
bers. Mr. Vail paid a tribute to Rob- j with the loss of her sweetheart when ^
ert N. Page, who, in addition to serv- | the War casts a barrier between
ing a term as president was later : them. Randolph Scott plays opposite.
Not since his “Bulldog Drummond”
lieutenant governor of the district,
and presented a past president’s but-| r„jgs has Ronald Colm^n had a part
ton to Mr. Pages son. Robert N., Jr. j particularly suited to his talents
A button was given each of the past , ^ ^^ory so in keeping with his
Also at the meeting Dr. T. A.
Cheatham and Dr. Dickie made pleas
for Kiwanis support for the Christ
mas Seal Sale. “If we had more
workers like Mrs. Cheatham in the
tight against tuberculosis this di
sease would soon be entirely stamped
flair for the suave and debonair as
"The Man Who Broke the Bank at
Monte Cailo,” the attraction at
Pinehurst Friday, December 6th, mat
inee and night. Romance and comedy
go hand-in-hand in this picture, in
which Joan Bennett has the leading
feminine role. Cast in important roles
rol and Alice White are in the sup
porting cast. As an added attraction
Is the “Our Gang Follies of 1936.”
Will Rogers’ last and greatest pic
ture, ‘‘In Old Kentucky,” Is the at
traction at Southern Pines Thurs
day, Friday, Saturday, December 5,
6, 7„ with a Saturday matinee, play
ing a return engagement. Adapted
from the play whose humor, suAny
romance and tingling horse race
drama have made it a favorite of
three generations of American, “In
Old Kentucky” stars Rogers in a role
that presents his rich down-to-earth
character in its most lovable light.
Rogers enacts a shrewd and genial
trainer of horses, whcEe homely phil-
oscpliy and k:en wit sgts right all
the troubles of the impulsive people
about him. Russell Hardie and Dor-
' othy Wilson play the romantic
youngsters of “In Old Kentucky.”
Robers’ able assistant in the picture
is Bill Robinson, the tap dancing
j genius, who teaches the comedian
enough of his foot artistr yto win a
handsome widow, and thus provides |
one of the comedy punches of the■
picture. Reserve seat tickets are on ^
' sale at the Broad Street Pharmacy, j
I AIJ.-ST.VTKS ASSO( lATION |
HOLDS EN.IOYABLK .’\1KKTIN(J |
I ... :
The All-States Association meeting
at th’ Hollywood Hotel on Monday
evening was just the kind of “get |
together" that was the ideal of the ,
founders of the club. W'ith Mr. and i
Mrs. Pottl3 as the genial hosts in-1
their spacious r:oms. which were
roon filled with guests in gala at
tire ready for the program, the spir
it of friendliness was very appar
A short program preceded the card
games and was opened by all singing
“America.” Mrs. Hafer played two
beautiful solos on the piano, and the
audience was mcst enthusiastic in a
demand for an encore. Real com
edy was introduced into the program
by the president. Mr. Turner, hy call
ing on Mr. Lewis and Dr. Green to !
lun a race on hor^e trading stories, ^
and although each promised to speak j
the truth and nothing but the truth,
the audience was left breathless In
trying to keep up with the chase.
It was a happy evening, and all visi
tors are urged to join with the club
I at its next meeting in December.
RE.4L E8TATE TRANSFERS
Tessie Williams, Burrll Williams
and Clyde Williams to C. Alton Wal
lace and wife, property in Bensalem
P A T C H’S
STOCK REDUCING SALE
This Is An Event Worth Your
FRIDAY anl SATURDAY
The Chi istmas Store Is Ready, Shop Early
C. T. PATCH DEPARTMENT STORE
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
lyW.'Ar,,, ^ fj.
SN • i. fcTizr
out in Moore county,” Dr. Dickie, are also Colin Clive, Nigel Bruce and
I Montagu Love. Ronald Colman plays
CIIIUSTMAS SEAL SALE
goes to Monte Carlo with his meagre ^
savings and runs the stake up to
10,000,000 francs at baccarat, break- i
ing the bank at the Sporting Club. |
Miss Bermett has the role of the girl :
hired by the gambling syndicate to
lure Colman back to Monte Carlo for
another session at the tables, but she
falls in love with the man she is paid
to deceive. As an added attraction
is another of the Major Bowes Ama
At Southern IMnes
Lavishly garnished with catchy
tunes and bringing two new youth
ful and talented players to the
screen, **Coronado,” the attraction at [
the Southern Pines Theatre Monday, |
Tuesday, Wednesday, Decer^'ier 2, ]
3, 4, with a Tuesday matinee, is a
film worth anybody’s time and mon- i
ey. Eddy Duchin and his orchestra, i
Mrs. Mamie Tyson Dixon, 82, died j provide the musical background for ;
last Saturday night at the home of, the film and this popular dance'
her nephew. J. T. McBryde in Ral-1 band’s first motion picture engage-!
i ment is auspicious, to say the least, j
Last rites were held on Monday | The performance of the two leading J
from Ephesus Baptist Church, near: players, Johnny Downs and Betty,
Sanford. Mrs. Dixon is survived by 1 Burgess, indicate that Hollywood has ;
OPENS TIBERCLLOSIS FIGHT
(Continued from vnge 1)
Addor, Mrs. Henry Addor; Cameron,
Miss Johnsie Cameron, Miss Mary
Bess Irvin; Eagle Springs, Mrs. Jes
se Page; Eureka, Miss Mary Black;
Glendon, Mrs. W. I. Stcckton; Hemp,
Mrs. Edwin A. West; High Falls, Miss
Edith Howard; Jackson Springs. Miss
Lola Carter; Lakeview, Miss Mildred
Sumpter; Niagara, Mrs. C. L. Dut
ton; Pinebluff ; Pinehurst, Mrs.
Chester W’illiams; Southern Pint«s,
Mrs. H. H. Pethick; Silver Springs,
Mrs. W. D. Shannon; Vass, Mrs. R.
L. Oldham; W'est End, Mrs. B. U.
Richardson; County Colored School
Chairmen. Mrs. Gilliam Brown and
One Cent m word each insertion. Minimum
rharxe, 25 crnts.
All Want muat bt paid for b«for«
FOR SALE OR liENT Modern five
room cottage, garage. Address Y.
care The Pilot.
POSITION WANTED, as Private ;
Chauffeur by reliaMe and exper- j
ienced man. Will go anywhere.;
W'rite C. J. McCaskill, Jr., Box 122, |
Pinebluff, N. C.
After Dinner Thanksgiving Tune in
o’l your Fniko Radio for world-wide
C. J. SIMONS
Telephone 7151 Southern IMnes
I two brothers, J. M. Tyson, Vass, and
Jim Tyson, Cameron, and two sis
ters, Mrs. Fanny Lemons and Mrs.
Lula McBryde, both of Sanford.
discovered something refreshingly j
n£w. These two young people not only i
act competently-they are talented'
singers and dancers as well. Leon Er- j
COMPLETE LINE OF TYPEWRIT
ERS and Adding Machines includ- |
ing Portables. Phone 5223 H. L. '
Brown, Representative of the Un
derwood Elliott Fisher Co., for
demcnstration. Sales and Service,
P. D. Box 872, Southern Pines, N.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
63 East Broad St. N29.
SPECIAL BUS RATES TO FLOR
IDA. Jacksonville, $6.25, St. Peters
burg, $8.75; Miami, $9.95; Orlan-
da, $8.50. Less 10 percent round-1
trip. C:nvenient Stop-Overs. Tick
ets and information at Postal Tel
egraph Company, Southern Pines
and Pinehurst. D6.
I; Southland Hotel
I Sp£cial Turkey Thanksgiving Dinner
From 1:00 to 2:30 P. M.
Southern Pines, North Carolina, U. S. A.
A Country Day and Boarding School for children under four
teen years. Thorough preparation for leading schools.
All out-door activities in sunny, bracing climate.
OPEN-AIR CLASSES MUSIC, ART, HANDICRAFT
References Illustrated booklet.
MILLICENT A. HAYES, Principal
Limited number of Reserved
S.ats on Sale at the Broad
At Southei n Pines
Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
Dec, 5, 6, 7,
Matinee Saturday at 3:00
Why not send a box of berry-laden
Christmas Greens to Friends?
HOLLY, MISTLETOE, LONG LEAF
PINE PLUMES, and CONES
One Bushel Box—$2.50
Half Bushel Box—$1.50
With 4 pounds of Paper Shell Pecans included
One Bushel Box—$3.50
Half Bushel Box—$2.50
Parcel Post Prepaid in U. S. East of the Mississippi
James B. Swett
uhe JuHetiLi Scufo^ 6(Wt So6i
SIXES and EIGHTS
AS LOW AS
l.Utprice*nt P<*nfiac^ hegin at
$615 for tlM» Six ami $7‘>0fot Kight
rhangm trithnnt nolire).
Standard group o/ avrenHoriea vxtrn.
23 S. Bennett St.
Southern Pines, N. C.
IVIartirt IVIotor Company
Sycamore Street Aberdeen, N. C.