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Friday, December 13, 1035.
THE Pli Smiihern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
WM AFTER SKIING,
HOW GOOD IT IS
TO ENJOY A CAMEL.
AS A CAMEL
SMOKER OF LONG
THAT SMOKING A
CAMEL RENEWS /WY
PEP AND I GET A
AWAY AS CAMELS
UNLOCK MY STORE
OF ENERGY. ANOTHER
NICE THING; CAMELS
DON'T BOTHER MY
THE FLAVOR TOO!
CJIMCLS COSTLIER TOBACCOS
The Week in Aberdeen
IMiss Schicpers Wins
I in Gymkl ana Jumping
Mis.s LoiiiHO Moore of Anrlrewa, S. : ('oiinty Writers" \vit)\ Uobcrl ,, < •• o
C.. was the guest of Mrs. L. C. L;iw- , giving a reading, "Tlie Sand- !
h«„ ovor the pa»t „r,. C. ! l.ii,',?
J'hn Knox McLood of nea'’ Pine- , ,,r^, ,> ■ I riouinirn i ic.
» ,1 ' E. Pleasant.s. Jr. “The Review ot a i
bhiff 13 doing very well following an . r, , ■ /■ t
operation at the Moore County Hos-| Short Story.” The progr.im closed Mias L nns Schiepc.s of L.iwrcnre,
pital last week with an interlude of uiano selection.s ' ’^y
M1«3 Mary Johnson has been ill tor ! by Mrs. K. L. Pleasants. 1in the op-
the pa.st week. j Mrs. Jack Smith was hostess to the
Miss Alicc Wilder is spending some Afternoon and Night Biidgo Clubs
time in Charleston, S. C., visiting her ! and a number cf guests at the Com-
brother, Frank Wilder. | munity House last Thursday night.
Miss Nancy Wimberly visited her ' Mrs. George Martin and Mrs. Jack
sister. Miss Frances Wimijferly at , Taylor were awar<led prizes for mak-
Flora Macdonald College, Ked ' ing the two highest scores tor the
Springs last Monday. j clubs, Mrs. R. C. Zimmerman was
Mrs. Melvin Creel spent the past | presented with a guest prize, and
week-end in Raleigh visiting her sis- ' Mis. Kdgar Bowman, recent bride
ter. was al.so presented with a prize.
There was a man in our town
And he was wondrous wise;
He had a little motor car
Which he did highly prize.
To Guifluhe Winter Grade ;
The finest 5c oil that anyone has made!
I-ATEST EQUIPMENT FOR
Change now to
MOTOR oil 2Sc. QUART
SOUTH STREET SERVICE STATION
ABERDEEN, N. C.
ening .Southern Pines Gymkhana on
W. O. Moss of Durham, riding
Moon Fixer, took honors in the open
A Pinehurst team captained by
Charles .Swoope of Madeira, Pa., wcm
over a Southern Pines team in the
tilting contest. j
Honors for pair jumping were
won by Jack Johnson cf Southern
Pines, riding Fine Fellow^ and Miss |
Schi.pers, ;riiiing Grey Mist. Mis.'? i
Nancy Wrertn of Southern Pines was
winner in the musical stail event. j
A large gallery watched the events. |
He Good News!
’^ilE Pl'KlNA Kfscarch I'arin
■ (,»t just workul out iinit
} <1 a .spt'Ciiil (low (.how
milkiikjt rjliixi for this locaUly.
It's juM the thing to help you
use your home-grow n feed to an
advantage. Not only wdl it cut
your covt of niakinK milk, hut
it will protect your cows. Yi>ur
cow trouble.s will be fewtr and
your net profit.s per cow will be
bigKcr. (a>me in and let us tell
you more about this special
Cow Chow milking ration.
Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian
Mi.ss Grace McBride is making a 'j’jjg Aberdeen Branch of the Moore
satisfactory recovery from an appen- ' County Red Cross chapter, under
dicitis operation performed at Moore I the direcUon of Mrs. H. A. Gunter,
County Hospital last Saturday. | chairman and Mrs. W. D. Caviness,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W'eaver and secretary, reported a successful ter-
family have moved from the Herring i mination of their drive in Aberdeen
house in Lakeside Heights to the virJnit.V. $16.73 was collected, one-
house formerly occupied by Mr. and third of which wiU ‘oe used for the
Mrs. Alex Brewer. , Cross needs of Aberdeen and its
Mrs. E. B. Maynard is spending ^ sur rounding community. Mrs. Gun-| ® Auxiliary met on Tuesday
few days this week in Durham visit- ter wishes to express her thanks tor Mrs.
ing her mother. , the .splendid co-operation of the. McKeithen, Mrs. W. G. Par-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chandler of Abt^rdeen people, and their helpful I I’resbyterial Secretary of Christ-
Greensboro spent last Sunday in , support in making this drive the sue- I Education and Ministerial Relief,
j Aberdeen visiting Mr, and Mra. J. , f^c,g jt vvas program leader. This course was
D. Wimberly, Mrs. Claude Hafer, music teacher
Mrs. Robert F, Stewart has been a u j o v. ■ ^ ,
„ , , , *^he Aberdeen Schools presented
confined to her home for the past ... j
^ hsr music pupils in an enjoyable re-
(utal at the Community House last
, Saturday afternoon. Those taking
jor operation for injuries received in ' .. ., ,
, •' ' part in the recital were Misses Ruth
an automobile accident last August , „ o .u ^ •
Reandan, Ruth and Katharine Page,
and a prolonged stay in the Moore ., ... .
„ , ^ , „ , . , Myrtle Alice Shamberger, Gloria
1 County and Hamlet liospitals, was » /-.i. ^
1 ., / ^ ^ ^ I Medlin, Jean Chester, Mae and Kath-
able to be brought home last Satur- ,
^ j leen Rhyne, Rebecca, Dorothy and
^ , , Maiian Doub, Margaret and Katha-
Mrs. Slewart Weaver is ■viaiting ,
, , „ J . ^ ^ , rine McNeill, Helen Clarke and Anna ^ i ^ » . ■
• relatives in Camden and Orangeburg,!,^, , ^ ^ ^ ,Ellen Yelverton. Christmas stories
„ ^ I Clarke Capps, Uanie Ruth Gunter, ^ . v, t
C. I ™ . ' were told by Mrs. M. D. Mclver,
Kathryn Charles. Louise Martin, I,.,. r-., v, . . , ,,, u
Miss Sallie Matthews is confined grtty Barber, Mary Margaret Bur-i f ‘ “■
to the -Lee County Hospital in San- ngy_ ^lara Kirk and Esther Farrell. i
two weeks with influenza
Miss Elizabeth David, after a ma-
ably presented by her and Mrs. Spi
vey. Stockings for the Christmas Joy
gift were to be distri’outed this week.
Circle No. 2 of this auxiliary met
on Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. D.
McLean, with Mrs. J. M. Guthrie as
program leader. Three contests were
presented, in which Mrs. W. H. Aber
nathy, Jewell Hemphill and Miss
Anne Borst were winners. A most en
joyable feature was a vocal duet by
Mrs. W. H. Abernathy and Miss Mary
Before Cold Weather Arrives
Heating Plant and Plumbing System
Estimates Gladly Given
(Automatic Coal Burner)
ESSOHEAT FUEL OIL
L V. O’CALLAGHAN
FRIGIDAIRE SALES AND SERVICE
Telephone 5341 Southern Pines
ford where she is recuperating from
a recfpnt appendicitis opera:tion.
Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Grice and chil
dren of Goldsboro visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Epps last Sunday.
Miss Frances Smith of Maxton has
accepted a position as assistant to
Edgar Bowman, bookkeeper at the
Mid-South Motor Company here.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. McFayden of
McNeill and Company
Feed and Seed Stores
Southern Fines, Phone 6245
F'ayelteville, Phone 455
R. A. WARREN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
West Broiid Streit
The Woman’s Club held its reg-
The Aberdeen Hi-Y Club is giving monthly meeting Thursday af-1
a church program at the Baptist ternoon of last week, with the pre.s-
Church Sunday night at 7:30 o’clock. ^ ident, Mrs. Raymond Thomas, presid-
This will be a union service. jt voted to postpone the ;
" . minstrel show until after Christmas.
HAS X.AUKOW ESC.XPE .V.S Mrs. Geraldine Stutts presented the.
The 1936 Ford V-8 is the finest Ford
ever built. It goes farther than ever
beyond the accepted standards of its price
class. In engine performance, riding com*
fort, roominess—it may be compared with
cars costing hundreds of dollars more;
Today’s Ford is backed by over 2,000,-
000 Ford V-8’s on the road in America
alone. Here are its most outstanding
values—many brand new this year.
v-8 ENGINE PERFORMANCE—smoothness, pick-up
and power with proved V-8 economy.
25% EASIER STEERING—the result of two new
rolier-type bearings, a longer steering knuckle-
arm and an increased steering ratio.
SUPER-SAFETY BRAKES—with exceptionally large
braking surface (186 square inches),
EASIER, SYNCHRONIZED SHIFTING — QUIETER GEARS
—Silent, helical gears for all speeds.
NEW FREEDOM FROM NOISE — Specially insulated,
welded-sceel t>ody, reinforced with steel.
NEW DRAWN-STEEl WHEELS—add comfort to rid
ing—are easier on tires.
Arr.:nge a aemonstratwn today ti'tth
YOUR FORD DEALER
AL'TO CATCHES ON FIRE American Home program, which op
I ened with an informing talk on
Riley Dunlap of Hemp had a nor- | Modern Architecture by Mrs. Georgie ;
Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Wis-1 cEcape from serious injury on McFadyen. An unusual spelling -
hart of Lumberton, Mr. and Mrs. Monday afternoon when flames shot match was pre.sented by Jessie ,
Crawford Thomas, Mr. B.nd Mrs. I uP by his head from the footboard Thomas, in which Mrs. J. M. Guth-1
Ryan McBride and daughters, and his automobile as he was driving winner. A splendid talk on i
Miss Allworthy Upchurch of Raeford ^ ^long the highway toward Carthage. "The American Heme of Today” w'as,
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Throwing open the door of the car given by Mrs. W. H. Abernathy. j
W. E. Freeman last Sunday night. ! he leaped lo the ground and the ' Misses Mamie, Minnie and Jack-!
Miss Laurabel Johnson of Hamlet ■ <*i j^^ertess Chevrolet ran off a fill Muse entertained the Alerry-;
is the guest this week of Mr. and ^<3 in less time than it takes to tell Makers last Friday evening.
Mrs. James Land. « was a flaming mass. Dunlap was : Bridge was enjoyed throughout the \
Orman Grice cf Mt. Olive visited siightly burned. He is an em- evening, Mrs. Loula Muse holding top,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Epps on last Sun- ployee .of the Pinehurst Silk Mill. | score, while low score prize went to
day. - _ Mrs. J. D. McLean.
Ralph Buchan is home after a re- STILL. CAFTURED ' McNeill assisted
cent operation for appendicitis .at - in the funeral services of Mrs. Kate
Moore County Hospital. j CtfHcers Grimm and Lambert went i Mclver in the Buffalo Pres-
Mrs. S. E. Sloan was hostess to on a rai<l Sunday night and captur- Church last Sunday after-
the members of the Walter Hines ed a 40-gallon copper distillery near Mesdames M. D. McNeill,
Page Book Club and a number of in- , the county home. The operators had Muse and Jewell Hemphill at-
vited guests last Thursday afternoon I not been away very long when the funeraL
at the Community House, where a officers arrived, as the fire had not i Columbus,
most interesting program W£is enjoy- been entirely extinguished by the nursing Marv’in
ed. The subiect of study was “Moore ^ rain which was falling. i Thomas for the past six weeks, re-
I turned to her home last Monday. Mr.
I Thomas Is much improved and his re
Cameron and Carthage played bas-
I ketball at Carthage last Friday even-
I ing. Both the girls and boys of Cam-
I eron were winners,
j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snodgrass of
I Charlotte were guests Friday of Mr.
I and Mrs. L. B. McKeithen.
I Mrs. A. L. O’Brient of Sanford
was dinner guest of Mesdames Loula
Muse and Jewell Hemphill Monday.
Miss Flora Phillips of Flora Mc
Donald College spent the week-end
Mrs. O, C. Britton and Miss Mar
tha Britton spent Monday in Greens
On Thanksgiving morning the
Sunday School Class of Mrs. Jewell'
Hemphill, composed of 13 young
boys, carried a box of "good things”
to Nettle Johnson, colored, the effi
cient and faithful janitor of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hartaell of
Chicago are visiting the Rev. and
Mrs. J. W. Hartsell.
Clark’s Funeral Home
Tel. 7401 Southern Pines
Wi!l be in his office ov«r th*
Post Office, Sanford, N. C., every
Wednesday, from 10:00 a. m. to
< 00 p. m. Don't fail to ge« him if
four eyes are weak.
J. N. POWELL, INC.
Funeral Directing Eiubalniiai;
Day and Night Phone 6161
East Broad St., Southern Pines
Service Since 1895
Why not get your 1936 FORD V-8
in time for Christmas?
The Home School
Under the Direction of
MISS L.\UR.V M. JENKS
K'g'n. First and Second Grades.
^ M i I DETROIT
M Standard ac-
mcludmg bumpers and spare
tire extra. Easy terms thmagi
Universal Credit Co., Author-
ixed Ford Ptnatut Plan.
E. V. PERKINSON
jMithern Pines, N. C. Tel. 5038
SEABOARD PUTS ON MOTORIZED
TR.XIN NORTH O FR.VUEIGH
The first motorized train to be
placed on a main line in this section
of the South will begin operation be
tween Raleigh and Richmond over
the Seaboard Air Line on Sunday
morning. The train will make all lo
cal stops between the two capitals.
ALTON D. McLEAN
CASH OB CREDIT
A, L.. ADAMS
PAINTER — DECORATOE
THE AIR —Fo7<1 Symnhony Orchotia, SuadvT Ev*nin*»—Fred W»rlng, Tundiv Evaoinsi — ColaabU Network—Unlud P!r»«* New* OridT CoW,6.15p.®-*"^®T
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