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Friday, February 21. 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North CaroIin«
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$2.00 and $2.50
ASK FOR DUFF
For evening wear Arrow’s new dress shirt with Arosfct
The Week in Southern Pines
H. J. Maloney was called to Lan-, the regular Tuesday meeting. Meni-
caster, N. H. Saturday by the death ^ bets should bring lunch, thimble and
of his father, Thomas J. Maloney.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Durgin re
turned Sunday from several weeks’
stay in Florida.
Tha Gertrude Circle of the Bap
tist Church will meet with Mrs. Louis
Scheipers at her hame on Connec
ticut avenue Monday night at 8:00
Mrs. Julia C. Poate of Kaleigh Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Mr. and
spent Thursday in Southern Pines. Mrs. Harold C. Buckminster, Mr. and
Mrs. William Sillsby and Miss Mil- Mrs. W. W. Windle and Mr. and Mrs.
dred Sillsby of Littleton, N. H., were
guests last Wednesday of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Grey while en route to Summit, N. J., where she at
tended the wedding of her son.
Mis. Gioffrey Laing has returned
Local Composer Has
Works on Exhibition
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Leonard of
Ch;stnut Hills, Mass., have leased one
of the Lachine houses on Weymouth
Heights for the remainder of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Musser enter
tained at dinner Monday evening at
th?ir home cn Weymouth Heights for
Mrs. Jane H. Tow'ne has returned
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cocoanut Grove where she has
Adams, a graduate nurse from the been for the past few weeks.
Anson Sanatorium in Wadesboro, has
recently received word that she has
successfully passed the State beard
examination. Miss Adams is a grad
uate of the Southern Pines High
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patch spent
last Sunday in Raleigh.
Miss Gwendolyn Woodbury of Bal
timore, Md., has been the guest of
Mrs. Shields Cameron for a month.
Mrs. F. P. Starr of St. John, New
Clement V. Wrenn. studsnt at Biunswick is occupying her home
State College, U. N. C. spent the Weymouth Heights,
week-end at his home on Ashe street. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Doyle cele-
Mirs Sara DuRant, student at brated their first wedding anniver-
Qucen's Chico:a in Charlotte, spent sary at a buffet supper at the home
thi week-end with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merrill Sunday
and Mrs. R. S. Durant. night. Twenty guests were present.
M s. John M. FranJtlin of Glen Boylston A. Tomp-
Cove, L. I., has anived to spend some Glen Cove, L. I., entertained
Frederick Stanle.v Smith’s Com-
positions Shown at Ha.ves’
The published music compositions
of Frederick Stanley Smith are ex
hibited in Hayes B,ok Store window
this week. The list incluues five com
positions for organ, five for piano,
two vocal solos, one violin solo, five
anthems for mixed voices, and eight
four-part choruses for male voices.
The firms publishing Mr. Smith’s
works are G. Schirmer, New York;
M. Witmark & Sons, New York; Oli-
v.r Dit.son Company, Boston; Clay
ton F. Summy, Chicago; White-Smith
Company, Boston; Theo. Presser Co.,
of Philadelphia, and the C. Harold
Lowden Company, also of Philadel
Ml', Smith came to Southern Pines
in September 1932 to become music
.supervisor in the public school. In ad
dition to this work he is music di-
r.ctor at Emmanuel Episcopal Church
and maintains a private studio at his
home on the corner of New Hamp
shire avenue and May street. Mr.
Smith is also president of the N. C.
Public School Music Teachers’ Asso
ciation, which will meet in annual
convention in Raleigh next month,
and a director of the local Chamber
Cleaners and Pressers I
to the Sandhills |
Every garment insured from fire and theft from
the time it leavs your door.
Teephone .56.51 Southern Pines
This week marks the anniversary of the opening of
the Pinehurst Theatre, and the opening of the re-tnod-
led Southern Pines Theatre when its name was changed
from “The Princess” to ‘‘The Carolina.”
We have ntVer ceased striving to give our patrons
the best the market offered and the particular t.\ipe of
attraction we thought they would like best. If you think
we have done a fairly good job, we would appreciate the
opportunity to welcome you this week to all of our
Lime at The Paddock.
Frank Hughes of Wa.shingtcn has
leased th? George Monroe cottage on
Mrs. Etta M. Day is the guest of
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Day.
Mr. and Mrs, A, S. Ruggles had
as their guest over the week-end
their son, Edward Ruggles of Ral
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor of
New' York are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley W'. Burke at their home,
Saturday night at a fancy dress din-
ner-dance at The Paddock.
Mrs. J. S. Milliken and Mrs. E. V.
Perkinson entSftained last Friday at
the Mid-Pines Club at a luncheon and
bridge. Guests were Mesdanies Han
nah Jacks n of Jefferson, Maine,
Frank Pottle of Jefferson, N. H., Rob.
ei't L. Hart, Jam.s W. Dickie, D, G,
Stutz, Frank Goodwill, Hugh Bet-
terly, E. L. Prizer and Norris Hodg
Miss Thelma Metzbower and Miss
Anna Cameron entertained at three
tables of bridge at Miss Cameron’s
Brush and timber fences have beer
put in position on the Sandhills stee
plechase course on the Midland Road
( JOHN S.\IITH IN
In his Generali Historie, written
in 1626, Captain Smith tells the
story of the founding of his Eng-
li.sh colony in Virginia and how,
when the great Indian chief Pow-
haton had ordered him beattn to
death, the chief’s daughter, Poca
hontas, sprang between him and
the club and saved his life.
The understuiuling courtesj of our
slaff has fx-en made a matter of
favoralile <'omment. I)ignifie<l in
jM'rforniiinee, .vet attentive to the
«f«‘asion's every need.
THIS is an era of "Elegance" ... of luxurious fabrlcsl
and alluring lines .... demanding for their background I
a satiny skin and meticulous grooming.
Is your skin as finely textured, as it may be, your eyesj
sparkling through soft shadowy frames . . . your brows
Stanley Austin is rapidly recov- Indiana avenue. High scores
ing from an appendicitis operation Miss Mary Alice Weath
erly and Robert Dorn. Katherine
Buchan received cons:lation. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Healy of
Greensboro and Mr. and Mrs. William
Hall of Burlington wer; guests over
the past wesk-end of Mrs. Healy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Loomis.
Ml-, and Mrs. Biuce H. Lewis will
performed at the Moore County Hos
pital last Thursday.
Mrs, R, W, Tate, Mrs. Bertha
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H.
Lewis motored to Wilson Monday.
Miss Louise Gardner is ill at her
home on Connecticut avenue. \
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Jordan of
Wo-dbury. Conn.. are :he guests of' Greonsbor on Saturday, where
Mrs. Edson at her home on Ma.ssa- guests at a faculty re-
chusetts avenue. ception in honor of the students of
Mrs. Clara Lambert of Bakersville ( " omen s College w’ho made the
wa.« the week-end guest of her moth- *<^^1 during the first semester,
er, Mrs. Bertha Brown at her home Miss Caroline Lewis was one of tha
on Page street. horjor students.
Mr. and Mrs. ICrnest Lorenson are M's.s Birdil.a Bair and Mrs. H. H.
both i!! at their home on Vermont attend.d the State Sunday
School Convention in Winston-Salem
Mrs. Mabel Mann and nephew, Par--
ker Allen of Maine are stopping a
few days in Southern Pines while en
r„ute to Florida.
Mrs. Joe Fuller is confined to her
home by illness.
Mrs. Carmen Peat is out again af
ter having recovei'ed from a recent we.ks. Colby M. Chester
attack of influenza. of New York City was the week-
Miss Beatrice Cummings left Mon- guest of .Sanford Robinson at the
James How of Buffalo, New York
arrived at Mid-Pines on Friday for an
Mr. and Mrs, Hervey Thomps n and
Sanford Robinson of Greenwich, Con
necticut arrived at Mid-Pines Satur-
Lavy Adcox returned to Creswell
Wednesday after spending a few days
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Miss Dorothy Darby of Elmira, N.
Y„ is spending some time with Miss
Mr. and Mis. Marvin Kinlaw were
called to Lumberton last week by the
death of Mr. Kinlaw’s siste".
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Suttonfield were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Hu
bert Roberson Monday night.
Miss Sally Allison of Flora Macdon.
aid College spent the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. Hazel Allison.
June Howie and E, G. Adaws who
have been in Moore County Hospital
recovering from an automobile acci
dent leturned home last Saturday.
W. W. Carpenter has purchased the
home of Mr. Albert Pitsky on Balti
Hanford Fiddner of Danbury, Conn,,
spent last week with his brother,
Miss Ruth Journey and W. H. Jour-
ney of Gastonia were guests Monday
of their brother Ralph Journey.
day for New Yoik after spending a
few days at the Highland Lodge.
A. L. Adams and C. L. Austin mo
tored to Charlotte Saturday.
M^. and Mrs. B. C. Olney of Ro
chester, New York are at the Mid-
Pines for an extended stay.
Miss Illona Williams is recovering [ How of Buffalo, New York
from a recent illness at her home on Mrs. Graham Johnston,
'Joan Johnston and Graham Johnston
and Mrs. Harold Buckminster for
dinner cn Sunday at Mid-Pines.
Mr. and Mrs. F’rederick Stanley
W. H. Barnum has returned from a
few days’ trip to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Maxwell of
Monday, March 2
FI NEU.VL SERVCIES FOK
j Mils. LIZZIE SMITH «.\KIJXKK
Mrs. Liiizie Smith Gardner, 88, died
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R.
IW. Pleasants in Carthage after an
illness of two months, on Friday
morning, February 14th.
Funeral services were conducted
from the home with the Rev. W. S.
Golden, of the Carthage Presbyterian
Church, officiating assosited by the
Rev. I. N. Clegg and the Rev. D. W.
Durham' of the Carthage M. E.
church. Interment was made in
Cross Creek Cemetery in Fayette
Mrs. Gar dner was the widow of the
late John W. Gardner, a Confederate
veteran. They made their home in
Carbonton until the death of Mr.
Gardner, since which time she had
lived with her daughter, Mrs. R. W.
Surviving are Mrs. Pleasants of
Carthage, and one sister, Mrs. Mamie
Brant of Florence, S, C. A daughter.
Miss Mary Brant, preceded her to
the grave several years ago.
Washington, Pa., spent the week-end entertaining as their guests
j in Southern Pines emoute to Flor- week-end. Prof. and Mrs.
ida. Leslie P. Spelman of Raleigh. Mr.'
I Joe Hatch is confined to his home ®P‘^^>rian is Director of Music at Mer- j
by illness. edith College and Dean of the N. C.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ellsworth of ‘'f th? Amer-ican Guild of
Cooperstcwn, N. Y., visited friends Organists.
- in town Sunday. -
I Miss Bertha Howell of Portland, CHI lU'H NOTES
I Maine is the guest of her sister, Mrs. ' — I
I Gertrude Goodwin at her home on Raymond preaches Sunday;
May street. morning at the Church of Wide Fel-
! William Bryant is confined to his 'owship on “Tolerance and Brother-
home on Page street by a recent at- ’ Brotherhood Day is being ob-
tack of influenza. served February 22 and 23; and the I
j Carlisle Hall of Washington spent, National Conference of Jews and'
, the week-end with his parents. Mr. Christians asks that this year the
and Mrs. Reid Hall. preservation of civil and religious
' Mrs. Irvin Frye of Asheboro was rights in America be stressed. The :
I the guest of her sister, Mrs. George three major groups in America, Prot-
Rose last Monday. ' estant Christians. Roman Catholics
Miss Jeanette Welch of Siler City, Jews, are urged to, emphasize ^
is visiting her mother, Mrs. D. J.; those social and community tasks '
Welch. 1 which are of common concern and call
Miss Geneva Hall of Salisbury for cooperation. The Conference feels
spent the week-end at her home here, j that “the rights of free speech, a '
Mrs, L, M. Daniels has returned I free press and free assemblage, and
from Highsmith Hospital in Fayette-1 the basic right of freedom of con- !
ville where she underwent an opera-1 science face new threats today.” j
tion several weeks ago. i At the Southern Pines Baptist |
J. J. Stroud, student at State Col- ^ Church Sunday morning the Rev, J.,
lege in Raleigh, spent the week-end; Fred Stimson will preach on "Wealth j
at his home here. I of a Nation.” and in the evening on I
J. D. Hobbs visited his mother in "The Keys of Heaven.’’ I
Advertising in the Daily Nevra
increases sales '
Fayetteville Sunday evening.
Mrs. Frank V/elch left Monday to
Spend several days in New York.
The Willing Workers will hold an
all-day meeting next Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Ralpli Chandler.
This will take che place of
The Rev E. L. Barber of Aber
deen will preach Sunday afternoon at
4:30 o’clock at the Civic Club on
“Crucifying Christ Afresh.”
“Mind” is the subject of the les-
son-sermon Sunday morning at the
Christian Science Church.
MRS. MARY L. BRADBURN
'A Special Richard Hudnut Representative from New York’/
will be at our st- re all of next vveek to tell you about the
Home Method of
DU BARRY BEAUTY TREATMENTS.
Mrs. Bradburn comes direct from New York, where she
has taken special training in the DU BARRY Studio of
Beauty, and Is prepared to give expert advice on the care
of the skin in a professional way,
Mrs. Bradburn will also give you smart make
up hints that will enable you to wear a .new
variety of colors with added becorrJngness.
I AT CL'r. TCaZT CCODS C:CT[0
SANDHILL DRUG COMPANY, Inc.
Service and Dependability
SIXTH ANNUAL BAU
Benefit Southern Pines Volunteer Fire
Wednesday, Narch 4th
Fred Kibler and His 9-Piece Casa Nova