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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolinw
Friday, Decsmber 6, 1936.
Ladies Bath R bes of Blanket
Cloth. Quilted Rayon Satin
and Corduroy $2.98 and $3.50
Undies’ Bengr.linc Gloves, black
and brown at
Fancy Wool Gloves 50c
aiildren’s W.ol Gloves 29c
men’s Wool Gloves 50c
EAdies’ Hats 98c, $1.48. $1.95
Twin Sweater Sets $1.98, $2.98
Hand Bags 59c, 98c
Handkerchief, per box 25c
Beautiful Lingerie, bloomers.
Panties, Gowns. Pajamas, all
Many other items for Men, Wo
men and Children.
Watch for the opening of our New
Stoie in Southern Pines,
Friday, Dec. 20.
ABKRDEEN, N. C.
MAW HORSES ARRIVING AT
THE PADDOC K NEXT WEF^K
Fourteen hors:s from the stables
of Mrs. Landcn K. Thorne and Mrs.
Lawrence B, Smith ,at Millbro.’.t,
Xew York, in charge cf Joe Bernal-
fo. are expected to arrive at The Pad
dock next we k for the remainder of
the winter season.
Ernest I. White of Syracuse, New
York, who has spent the past sev
eral seasons at The Paddock, ship
ped f ur hunters down from Middle-
burg, Virginia, this week in charge
.if John VIossopolis. T. W’. Girdler of
Cleveland, Ohio is shipping a num
ber of hunters to The Paddock next
wfck. Mr. Girdler has taken the Dr.
Hivnsay hou.'-e on Weymouth Heights
for the season.
O TLS’ H(':!OOL MOVES
Miss Valeria Deuchei* and the pu
pils of the Southern Pines School for
C.irls, who have been occupying one
wing of Th? Paddock for the ppt
two months, moved this week to the
John Y. Boyd residence on Weymouth
Heights which they will cccupy for
the rem.ainder of the school year.
Fresh cut flow'ers at the curb
maiket in Southern Pines tomorrow.
We can ease some of your gift problems with our new and
extensive showing of
GIFT V.’ARES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
Fine CanJics in Atlraclivc B( xes^,
Be!ber Week End Cases
Tobacco and Cigars in Gift Boxes
Sandhill Drag Company
♦ S r ic.-Dependability
Bread Sired Southern Pines
’I ’ ■
A & P Famous Mellow
CHEBi Pound 19c
Ddsibie Ricii Evap.
Wmm BUEAO 8°
5*iiuare Rolls, [)oz. 5c
.Vinus I’i;;;. i Citron, I.eiiiuii or OrjiigK
Lux Soap, 4 for 25flPeel, *4-Ib 9c
.\tniore’«i i Olace
iV'ince Meat, lb. 19c Cherries, Vi-\h. .13c
Pineapple, ^,4-lb. 12c
Dates, pkg 10c
Sauce, 17-oz can 17c
Cake Mix pkg... 39c
Raisins, 2 lbs. . .25c
‘ Cocoanut, lb. ... 19c
Cocoa, 2-lb. can 17c
> Ann Page
I Ketchup,2 25c
. Drops, 2 lbs. ... 35c
i Candy, 2-lb. box 29c
Hot House Tomatoes, Ib. 35c
Endive, lb. - 45c
Celery, large, 2 lor 25c
Lett’jce; head — 10c
Enjjjsh Peas, lb. - 2Gc
Br. cclli, 2 lbs. - 25c
Bri'ss^ls Sprouts, qt 32c
“Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the
attraction at the Pinehurst Theatre
Monday, December 16th, matinee and
night, is an achievemsnt in artistic
endeavor. In the editorial columns cf
Motion Picture Herald some weeks
past, a reviewer observed in substance
that whil3 Shakespeare had had the
notion ever 300 years ago, it had
really been brought to completion
this season in Hollywood. The Mo
tion Picture has been able to present
Shakespeare's fantasy with a com-
pl.teness and fluid facility of perfec
tion beyond anything that the play
wright could have dreamed in 1596.
With propK.»r deference and reverence
did Warner Brothers approach their
task. Max Reinhardt, whose standing
in the W'c rid of the spectacle and the
theatre should require no outline
here, was engaged as general pro-
ducticn overseer. The entire resour
ces of the W'arner Studio were turned
loose and the result now comes to
verify the initial judgment and the
fortune spent in obtaining it. Its act
ing is supplied by virtually the en
tire roster of W'arner stars and fea
tured players. There is, for instance,
Mickey Rooney as Puck. Mickey
gives a remarkable performance for
a youngster of his tender years.
There are, further, Voctor Jcry as
Oberon, King of Fairies; James Gag-
ney as Bottom; Hugh Herbert as
Snout; Frank McHugh as Quince;
Joe E. Brown as Flute; Anita Lcuise
as Titiania. Queen of the Fairies;
Dick Powell as Lysander; Ross Alex
ander as Demetiius; Jean Muir as
Helena. The slight story, if it must
be told, concerns a comedy of love
errors involving as it does Lysander
and Heimia (Olivia de Haviland),
Helena and Demetrius, Oberon and
Titiania and tells how the love juice,
administered by Puck, amusingly
confuses the emotional issue with
serio-ccmic consequences until the
mischief is undone and the heart
beats directed in the channel appar
ently ordained for them.
Dealing with jewel thieves, plots
and counterplots and with an inter-
e.oliii^ romance between Myrna Loy
and Spencer Tracy, "Whipsaw,” the
attraction at Pinehurst Wednesday,
Dec. 18th, make? good entertainment,
being a whacking action thrill-packed
story. Spencer Tracy is cast in the
role opposite Miss Loy in a yarn that
bristles with romance—romance at
timrs somewhat racy, but neverthe
less a fetching love interest. There
are dramatic situations which build
suspense and comedy as potentially
promising as was the comic quality
of ‘‘The Thin Man.”
“If.? a Great Life,” at Pinehurst
Friday, December 20th, matinee and
night, deals with the influence of the
Government C. C. C. Camps and the
manner in which th.y not only assay
but actun.lly succeed in effecting the
physical and mental regeneration of
thousands of boys caught in the vor
tex cf financial chaos. It is a newsy
action-packed drama of real life that
premises to be unusual entertain
ment. It deals with two young fel
lows. One decides to join the C. C. C.
scrvice because he believes that
through it he can make something
of himself. Another joins him, going '
along because he has no other place
to go. Both are bebellious to chc icu'.i-
military discipline. The service suc
ceeds in making men cf both, but
woven in is an appealing story or ro
mantic conflict and sacrifice as well
as personal heroism in a forest fire, j
Joe Morrison and Paul Kelly are the
two central characters, Rosalind
Keith the girl, and the supporting
cast includes Chic Sale, William
Frawley, Baby LeRoy, Dean Jagger
and David Holt.
.\t Southern IMnos
One of the foremost novels of the
year, “So Red The Rose,’ ’has been
made into a motion picture by Para
mount, and with Margaret Sullivan in
the starring role, will be seen as a
return engagement at the Southern
Pines Theatre Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, December 16, 17, 18, with
a Tuesday matinee. “So Red The
Hose” w'ritt:n by Stark Young and
adapted to the screen by Lawrence
Stallings and Edwin Justus Mayer, is
the romantic and stirring story of
the South during the days of the
War between the States. It tells the
story of a girl’s love tried and test
ed by prejudice and bitterness. It
reveals also a young man's determi
nation to ignore the high feelings of
those days, and to make iiis place in
life without resorting to actions in
which he does not believe. Randolph
Scott plays opposite Miss Sullivan.
Heralded as the funniest picture to j
come out cf Hollywood in years, “A
Night at the Opera,” playing a re-
tiun engagement at Southern Pines
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Decem
ber 19, 20, 21, with a Saturday mat
inee, with the world-renowned Marx
Brothrrs, Chico, Groucho and Harp^,
cast in three of the most unroarious
characterizations ever devised for any
trio of comics either on stage or
screen. The new picture represents a
departure for the celebrated Kings
of Laughter inasmuch as it does not
depend alone on madcap antics and
insane gaga but tells a straight, cred
ible story enlivened by musical in
terludes and an engaging romance
between Kitty Carlisle ,heroinc of
several Bing Crosby musicals, and
Allan Jcnes, who made his film de
but with Jean Harlow in “Reckless.”
Of special interest in connection
with “A Night At the Opera’ ’is the
fact that it has the unique distinc
tion of being the first motion pic
ture to be previewed on the stkge.
Before a foot of film was shot the
production was taken out on a legi
timate stage tour with the Marx
Brothers playing the same roles in
which they are seen on the screen.
On« Cent m word each Insertion. Miniafioia I
charge* 25 centi. |
All Want Ads mu»t be paid for bcfort i
Postal Telegraph Company, Southern
Pines now open until 10 o’clock
nights. Send your telegrams and.
cablts by Postal Telegraph where
the rates are cheaper and the serv- i
ice is quick. Phone 6381. D13. |
VOUNG MAN WANTS A HOME in
Southern Pines or Aberdeen. Well |
experienced in any home duty. Can
come at any time. Salary no ob-1
ject. Nursing ability. Write Bex
614, Lenoir, N. C. '
More and better articles for sale or j
to rent at the Trade Store: sewing
machines, stoves of all kinds, both .
new and used, bedsteads, springs, ^
new mattresses, chairs, dressers,
ice boxes, lounge chair, Morris
chair, living room set, breakfast
set, oil burning refrigerator, victro-
las and radios. Will sell, rent or
trade anything in the store.
H. A. LEWIS.
!! Margraret B. Hagrood
ijMarket Square Pinehurst
PINE TREES DAMAGED
The Kiwanis Club is looking into
the burning over of the right-of-way
of the Norfolk Southern Railroad be
tween Aberdeen and Pinehurst be-
I cause numbers of small pines plant-
, ed by the club along the highway
have been damaged, some killed by
; the fire. The matter was referred to
the Highway Committee at the club’s
meeting Wednesday noon at Mrs.
Grearson’s Highland Lodge.
Have you visited the curb market
in Southern Pines yet? It’s Saturday.
FOR SALE:On easy terms, a brick
bungalow on Vermont a’'enue. Six
years cld, 4 bed looms, furnace
heat, large lot. Price $700, balance
payable monthly for 11 years, like
rent.. Fire insurance only $6 year
ly. Open for inspection. See R. F.
Potts, Agent, Theatre Building,
FOR SALE: One cow for sale or
trade for fresh cow. Four Duroc
pigs wean January 1st. Two
shoats about four months old.— j,
W'. N. Weaver, Aberdeen, N. C.
FOR SALE OR RENT—Two houses
on Highway No. 1 Southern Pines.
Eight rooms, two baths, garage,
maid’s room, wash house. Steam
heat with oil burner, other electri
cal equipment. Seven i\;oms, bath,
hot air furnace, radio, piano.
Would rent fiist floor as apart
ment—one two or three bedrooms.
Living room, kitchen both. Both
houses have electric business signs,
sleeping porches. Will put in con
dition to suit reliable tenants or
buyers. Mrs. Ruth Barkmer, 32
East Pennsylvania Avenue, South-
erri Pines, N. C. D13.
lost — F^our Suitcases between
Aberdeen and Laurinburg Monday.
If found return to The Pilot, South
ern Pines and receive reward.
A Slenderizing Sheath
That Will Give You
Figure Lines To Rival
A Hollywood Beauty
Elastic fabric that cleverly
matches the texture and pat'
tern of the rayon figured ba
tiste front panel ... is ingeni'
ously used at center back with
the stretch up and down, at
the sides with the stretch
around. Truly a masterpiece
of the designer's art. The
rounded lace uplift very defi
nitely moulds and divides the
CHRISTMAS TREES- -All sizes in
Cedar and Lawsoa Cypress. Small
trees for the table in Spruce. All
trees delivered. Southern Pines
Nurser>, Youngs Road. D13.
FOR SALE: 25-acre tract located be
tween Southern Pines and Aber
deen on U. S. Highway No. 1, with
612-foot-road frontage. Attractive
ly priced for immediate sale. Ap
ply S. J. Hinsdale, Sanford, N. C.,
or Gentry H. Womack, Aberdeen.
What could be nicer when you order
your Sand Hill Ham for Christmas
than to send one to a friend, also.
I will pay the tax.
1 inehurst—Southern Pines
Tlia Majesty of Shakespeare I
The Melody of Mendelssohn I
The Mastery of Reinhardtl
By Wm. Skakesp«are>Misic by Mtifchtih
15 stars ii cast el 1000
THE QUALITY STORE
B. J. Simonds, Proprietor
Telephone 6131 Free Delivery Southern Pines
For Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines by the Bushel, Peck,
and Dozen. Prices right.
A wonderful line of
Royal Scarlet Coffee,
1 lb. 28c, 3 lb. can,
Northern Apples, sever
al fine varieties by the
Bup^hel, Half Bushel,
Peck, Box or Dozen.
Large stock of Paper and Soft Shell. Fancy Stewart, 5 lbs. $1.10.
Money Makers, 5 lbs. for 85c; Schleys, 5 lbs. for $1.25; Small nuts,
2 lbs. for 10c. The finest Christmas present you can give your
fi-iends. We pack them ready to ship free.
Fine stock of fresh candies in 1, 2 1-3 and 5 lb. boxes, and loose.
2 lb. boxes Northern Ribbon Candy, the real kind, special prices on
all candies to Churches, Schools, etc.
Extra nice Pop Corn Cakes, Peanut Butter and Potato Chips.
Fresh Downyflake Dough Nuts Daily, 25c a Dozen.
Come In and Look Over Our Stock—You Are Welcome. '
At Pinetiui st
Monday, Dec. 16,
3:00 and 8:15
Wednescay, Dee 18,
3:00 and 8:15
“IT’S A GREAT
Friday, Dec. 20th,
3:00 and 8^15
-•“"S-ST' - -
At Southe? ii Pines
Mon., Tuc., Wed.,
Dec. 16, 17, 18,
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00
At JSouthein i'ines
Tliurs., Fri, Sat.,
tec. 19, 21,
Matinee Saturday at 3:00