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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, December 13, 1935.
Hospital to Receive
New Station Wagon
PinehurHt Auxiliary Holds An
nual Meeting, Elects Mrs.
■ A new staticn wagon for the Moore
County Hospital and new curtains
for certain parts of the building were
outstanding results pf the annual
mseting of the Pinehurst Chapter
of the Moore County Hospital Aux
iliary held Wednes-^ay. The former is
^ gift of the Auxiliary and the lat
ter a gift of Mrs. Fred Powdrell.
A report of the nominating com
mittee of which Mrs. Leonard Tufts
was ^ chairman, was unanimously
adopted, the following officers being
chosen for the ensuing year: Mrs.
Norwood Johnson, president; Mrs.
Paul Dana, first vice president; Mrs.
A. J. McKelway, second vice presi
dent; Mrs. Walter Hyatt, secretary,
and Mrs. Frid Powdrell, treasurer.
Reports for the year by each com
mittee chairman showed that the past
year under the devoted leadership
of the outgoing president, Mrs. J.
Pryor Williamson, was the most suc
cessful since the organization of the
The meeting adjcuijied after giving
a vote of thanks to the retiring of
MRS. MrI>ON.\LI> ENTERTAINS
j.\c;kson sfiungs cli b
Members of Jackson Springs Wo
man’s Club had their first reminder
of the approaching Christmas season
when Mrs. M. C. McDonald of West
End was hostess Tuesday afternoon.
An exchange of gifts was a feature
and a miscellaneous show'er was giv
en Mrs. Ada Henderlite. In addition
to club members Mrs. Blake Lewis,
West End and Mrs. Earl Skeen of
Biscoe were guests. The hostess was
assisted by Mrs. T. B. Graham,
in serving refreshments.
Gl.^IKHAN.V WILL BE
HELD SIND.VV AFTERNOON
On acnount of the nunib r of horses
needed for the field trial events this
week, th9 gyn l'.hana planned for Fri
day is p )stponcd to this Sunday at
three in the afternoon in the riding
ring at The Car linn. Th? feature
event wi'i h' p tiltinp; tournament be
tween Pi’iehi'.rst and Southern Pines
entrieri. Other events scheduled are
the pig ra e. potato ra-'c, water race
and ribh -r. ra’'3.
Mrs, Helen Barns von Schrenk has
arrived for the season from North-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seibert of
Rye, N. Y., have returned for the
season and have opened their home
on the Midland Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Bsrt Nicoll of Ar
lington, Mass., returned Saturday
for the season and are occupying the |
Willows cottage. j
Mrs. Tom FrydeJI and two young |
sons of Washington arrived last week |
to join Mr. Frydell and are occupying |
the Vance^ cottage.
Mrs. Harold Calloway, Mrs. T. R.
C-l3, Mrs. John Capello and Mrs. H.
A. Campbell spent Monday in Greens
Mr. and I^Irs. L. Y. Souders have
gone to Rocky Mount to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hurd have as
their guest Mrs. Hurd’s brother, T.
S. Fuller of New York.
Mrs. Harry B. Emery has return
ed to her home from the Moore j
County Hospital, where she under
went an operation several weeks ag'\
Harry W. Morris has arrived from
his home in Bridgewater, N. H., and
is making preparations for the open
ing of the Holly Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fownes, Jr.,
and Mrs. Halbert J. Blue went to
New York Monday night for a few
John S. McNamara of Bridgeport,
Conn., is the'guest of Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. Jellison for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson and Mrs.
Alrc Innes spent Thursday in Char
Dr. Alice Presbrey,arrived Wednes
day from her home in Greenwich,
Conn., to spend the season.
Mrs. F. L. DuPont, Mrs. Tom Cole
.ind Mrs. Hermon Campbell spent
Wednesday in Fayetteville as guests
cf Mrs. F. M. Harris.
Mrs. C. B. Hudson entertained for
bridge and tea Thursday afternoon at
her apartment in the Carolina Cha.^n-
Mr. r.nd Mrs, Roy Grinnell were
dinner guests Friday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Calloway.
Miss Helen Waring, who has been
ill at the Moore County Hospital, is
The annual "Stunt Night” by the
^ Pinehurst school w'as presented
jTui.sday evening in the school auc^-
itorium to a packed house. Each
rade from the first grade tots to the
seniors put on an act that brought
credit to themselves and the school.
Miss Eunice Gibson, chairman of
the program committee has announc
ed a very interesting program for
the Parent Teacher Association meet
ing, which will be held next Wednes
day afternoon, December 18th in the
school auditorium at 3:15 o’clock.
An outline of the program fol
lows; Music in the school. Miss Kath
erine Blue; Music in the Home, Mrs.
G. M. Cameron; Violin Solos by Miss
Margaret Bishop; Vocal Solos by Mrs.
Herbert Beck; String Quartet com
posed of Miss Margaret Bishop, Miss
Ruth Raymond, Miss Mary Yeomans
and A. B. Yeomans.
The members of the quartet and
Mrs. Beck are from Southern Pines.
The public is extended a most cor
dial invitation to attend this meet
300 LOST LICENSE TO
DRIVE I>1 RINO NOVEMBER i
Nearly 300 automotive drivers
lest their licenses to drive cars in
November. One woman was included
in the number. The licenses are au
tomatically revoked if a driver is
found guilty of drunken driving.
Many of them have been revoked be
fore the drivers actually received the
licenses. About 400,000, or nearly
half of the 800,000 to 1,000,000 have
received their licenses, but it will bs
far into December before all who
have applied are actually supplied.
Officers are not enforcing the law
strictly requiring the license yet,
since all have not been mailed, but!
are enforcing the part requiring re- |
voking licenses of those convicted of |
driving while drunk.
NF:W MEN’S SHOP OPENS
S.A^TURDAY IN PINEHI RST
The new men's wear shop in the
Village Court Building, Pinehurst, to
be known as “Esquire,” will open
tomorrow, Saturday, Edgar A. pjw-
ing announces. Associated with Mr.
Ewing- in the shop, which w’ill carry
an Exclusive line cf men’s sports
wear and haberdashery, will be Mr.s.
Herbert Vail and Townsend Latting.
The shop will occupy the former
Gammack & Company brokerage of
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Our pa.'nts tire always fresh; we keep only a limited
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Dressed turkeys and poultry at the
curb market tomorrow.
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AN EVENING WRAP OR DRESS
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Two Tone Wool Blankets with
Double blankets, all wool $9.50
Wool Filled Puffs $9.50
VVocl Filled Quilts, cretonne
covered $6.50 up.
Other blankets $2.75 up
The Vaicuna Knitted Gar
ments are most attractive.
Won’t Wrinkle, Stretch or
Sag and are washable. Beau
tiful shades, two styles—
Other Knitted Garments—
$5.00 to $29.50
the F iricst
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Shorties w'ith Back Button,
Shorties with Babk Button,
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including white and brown,
$3.50 to $5.00
Black Kid $2.25
White and Eggshell Washable
FOR EVERY DAY
DOBBS HATS, SLATER SHOES
Daniel Green Slippers, Kid, Satin, Felt.
Children’s Slippers, Quilted Satin,
C. T. Patch Department Store
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
HAiVDMADE SILK and SATIN GOWNS,
PANTIES. PAJAMAS and SLIPS
Nicely B< xed in Holly lioxes
NEGLIGEE^ and ROBES
Hostess Gowns of MaHinsons, Satins, Silk Crepe,
Tailored or Lace Trimmed $6.50 to $18.50
Silk Velvet Gowns and Pajamas $15.00 up
Cut Velvet Robes $6.50
Moire Silk Tailored Robes, all shades, special , $2.25
Quilted S.Ik, Angora, Challis and Flannel Robes $1.95 up
Few Corduroy Pajamas at Special Prices
Our Handbag selection is most outstanding. Smart
styles in the new leathers $3.50 to $10.00
Special Group of Bags $1.00—$1.39
See the Last Word in Luggage for
Men and Women
A NEW DRESS
Makes a pleasing gift—Visit our Ready-
For Daytime or Evening Clothes
Full Fashioned Pure Silk Hose, all,
the wanted shades—
Service—Semi Sheer and Sheerest
Chiffon 59c to $100
Full F'ashioned Lisle Hose $1.00
Lisle Sox, all colors ....25c and 39c
Angora Sox $1.50