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THE PILOT. Southern Piiiea and Aberdeen. North Carolina
Friday, February 14, 1936.
CIVIC CLUB MUSICAL
READING NEXT FKIDAV
KIWAMANS HEAR LUTZ
ADDRESS ON A. LINCOLN
There will be a business meeting
at the Civic Club today, Friday, for
members only, followed by tea, and
there will be matters of importance
to be acted upon.
N«xt week on Friday at 3:00
o’clock, Mrs. Thomas McGraw of
Aberdeen will give a reading from
one of Barrie’s books, and those who
have heard Mrs. McGraw are looking
forward to another great pleasure.
There will also be a group of Scotch
songs, and all visitors are invitei to
attend and join with the members.
A recent address made by Attor
ney General Philip Lutz, Jr., of In
diana, a frequent guest in the Sand
hills during the winter, made at the
grave of Lincoln’s mother, in which
he glowingly eulogized both Nancy
Hanks Lincoln and her illustrious
son, was read to members of the Ki-
wanis Club of Aberdeen on Wednes
day by Willard L. Dunlop of Pine-
hurst. The meeting was held in the
Aberdeen Community House and the
piogram an observance of Lincoln’s
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Malcolm | Mrs. Ralph Sutton entertained at
Prior of New Britain, Conn., are vis- a bridge-tea Thursday afternoon at
iting Mrs. Prior’s parents, Mr. and , her home in honor of her hcuse guest,
Mrs. Lawrence Barr. | Miss Dorothy Cooke. The living and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Walker of dining rooms were beautifully deco-
Bulk Food Sale
Eat bulk foods for extra energy. Dried Beans and
Evaporated F’ruits are featured this wetk at Bargain
prices. Stock Up!
3 lbs. 19c
3 lbs. 17c
4 lbs. 19c
Navy Beans, 6 lbs. 25c
Great Northern Beans, lb. 5c
Red Kidney Beans, 31bs. 25c
W'oodbury Forest, Va., former resi
dents, arrived Tuesday for a month’s
stay at the Pine Crest Inn.
Miss Frances Barnwell of B«irling-
ton is the house guest of Miss Thel
Miss Elsie Sperbar left Tuesday
for Florida for a week's stay.
Mrs. John Taylor Arms, who has
been the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Henry F. Noyes departed Tuesday
night for her home in Fairfield,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hensley of
Penn Laird, Va., are spending sever- ’
al weeks here visiting relatives and
are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McKenzie an
nounce the birth of a son on Febru- [
ary 7th. at the Moore County Ho.spi.
Miss Kitty Doyle ha.s returned to
the Pine Crest Inn from the Moore
County Hospital where she under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. P. C. Wingo of Roanoke, Va.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. AL
Miss Dorothy Cooke of Dunn is the
guest this week of Mrs. Ralph Sut
W. S. Cheek cf Columbia, Tenn., is
spending the week-end with his aunt,
Mrs. Ethel Journey, and uncle W. P.
Morton. He is coming especially to
bo with his mother, Mrs A. H.
rated with early spring flowers.
There w.re five tables of bridge.
Mrs. Lloyd Yost has as guests for
tea Wednesday afternoon at the Vll-
' lage Court Grill Mrs. Alex Innes and
I Mrs. Bert Nicolls.
Mrs. A. B. Sally and Miss Catherine
I Thomas have returned from Edenton
where they went to attend the fun-
I sral of Mrs. A. E. Mason.
Colonel and Mrs. Anthony J. Drex-
el Biddle have returned to their
1 home in Philadelphia after a month’s
visit with their son and daughter-
' in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston L.
* H. Newton Marshall left Wednes
day night for Newpcrt News, Va.,;
for a few days’ stay.
Dr .and Mrs. T. A. Cheatham en- ^
tertained Tuesday evening at dinner
in honor of the birthday of their
daughter, Mrs. Hugh W. Carter.
Guests w'£re Mr. and Mrs. Carter and
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruggles. Follow
ing dinner Dr. and Mrs. Cheatham
and their guests attended the party
at The Manor given by Mrs. E. C.
Monday afternoon Mrs. W. T. Mc
Cullough entertained at a bridge tea
at her home. There were four tables
Mrs. John Fitzgerald entertained
Wednesday at the Mid-Pines Club
with a luncheon followed by bridge,
in honor of Mrs. Charles Picquet,
whose birthday was on that date.
HEAD OF ST.4TE SCHOOLS
TO SPE.VK IN PINEHUIt.sr
The Pinehurst Parent-Teacher As
sociation will cbs.rve Founder’s Day
at its meeting in the school auditor
ium next Wednesday night at 8:00
o’clock. The speaker of the evening
will be State School Superintendent
and Clyde A. Erwin. The meeting is
being held in the evening in order
that both mothers and fathers will
have the opportunity of hearing Mr.
I At the Christian Science Church
Sunday morning the subject of the
lesson-sermcn will be “Soul.”
i Dr. C. Rexford Raymond will
preach Sunday morning at the
Church of Wide Fellowship on “Chris
At the Southern Pines Baptist
Church Sunday morning the Rev. J.
Fred Stimson’s sermon subject will
be “The Day Star." In the evening he
will preach on "Hearsay or Exper
Shields, who was taken very ill while Guests for this delightful affair were
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Sally have mov
ed from Southern F'ines and are oc-
cupj’ing the Vane? cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lovering,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Page and Pete
Pender were dinner guests Sunday
Mrs. Picquct, Mrs. Ed Fitzgerald,
Mrs, James Quale, Mrs. Eric Nelson,
Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mrs. C. B. Hud
son, Mrs. I. C. Sledge, Mrs. T. L.
Black and Mrs. Arthur Newcombe.
Mrs. Picquet was showered with sur-
pri.se birthday remembrances, and
4 cans 15c
Maxwell House Coffee, lb.
Baker’s Chocolate, 12 lb. Cake -
Medium Size Prures
3 lbs. 14c
2 lbs. 23c
Evaporated Apricots, lb. ....
Evaporated Peaches, 2 lbs.
D. P. Blend
No. 6 Special
evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lydig Hoyt. C. B. Hud.son was presented high
Mrs. James Barber of New York
arrived Saturday f.r several weeks’
stay at The Carolina.
• Parker W. Whittemore and 5>ouse
guest, Rodney Brown of Boston left
Wednesday for Palm Beach, Florida,
where they will be guests of Mrs. J,
score bridge prize. Low score award
went to Mrs. L. M. Murray.
Mrs. E. C. Bliss entertained Tues
day evening at The Manor with four
teen tables of bridge. Prizes were
awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Robertson, Miss Annabelle Hotchkiss
and E. S. Gamache.
Stiaka’s Billiard Parlors
SiCO o’clock Fiiday, Febiuary 14th
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