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Friday, April 24, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pliies and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Four in County Lose
Licenses to Drive
Reckless and Drunken Motorigts
Before Recorder.—Queen Es
ther Jaiied for Assault
TO GIVE DEMONSTRATION OF
FRUIT, VEGETABLE CANNING
The Week in Southern Pines
Miss Dicksie I^e Lewis o fthe Edu-
cwtional department of Ball Brothers,
and Mrs. Cornelia C. Morris, Exten
sion Food Conservation specialist, will
i give a demonstration on canning,
Four automobile drivers had their j fruits and vegetables. May 1st, at 2 i
licenses revoked for twelve months ] o'clock in the Home Demonstration I
each in Recorder’s Court on Monday.
J. Petz, white of Pinehurst; Pretice
Bruch, colored of Southern Pines;
Charlie Maness, white of Hemp, and
A. E. Cheatham, white of Southern
Petz paid his fine of $50 and the
We pay cash for second
hand clothes of all kinds
—anything from shoes up
—no matter what condi
tion—men’s, women’s or
children's. Blankets and
used house furnishings
SANFORD, N. C.
office in Carthage. This is a district
demonstration for Montgomery, Rich
mond. Lee and Moore counties.
costs for reckless driving; Burch ap
pealed from his 30-day road sentence,
imposed for drunken driving and to
be suspended upon payment of a fine
of $50 and the costs; Maness, convict
ed of reckless and careless driving at
an excessive rate of speed, was fined
$25 and the costs; Cheatham paid his
fine of $50 and the costs for drunk
en driving and driving without
Queen Esther Byrd, charged with
assaulting Izetta Malloy with a stick,
was given four months in jail. Queen
Esther is a colored woman of South
Marie Blue, colored of Southern
Pines, was sentenced to serve three
months in jail for assaulting John D.
Capel with a deadly weapon. She was
alleged to have thrown a brick at
him as he sat in an automobile and
to have broken the windshield.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation and thanks for the sym
pathy and many deeds of kindness
shown us during the illness and death
of our mother, the late Mrs. Mary
The Glee Club of the Southern
Pines School .sang at the State Sana
torium Tuesday evening. After the
concert they were entertained by Mrs.
E. P. McCain.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Stevens, who
have been occupying one of Judge
Way’s houses in Knollwood, have re
turned'to their home in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jackson re
turned Tuesday afternoon to their
home in Maine after having been the
guests of Mayor and Mrs. D. G. Stutz
fcr a month.
Charles M. Nes, Jr., has returned
to his home in Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. G. R. Crosby and Mrs. Carmen
Peat spent Thursday in Raleigh.
Delmar Twyman left Sunday for
his home in Amissville, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant and
small son Billy visited relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hatch of Dunn
spent Sunday in Southern Pines.
Mrs. R. H, Rose and Mrs. Linder
left Tuesday night for their home in
'Binghamton, N. Y., after spending the
winter months here.
Mrs. John Russell spent Thursday
in Charlotte visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner, who
have been in Southern Pines for sev
eral months, left Thursday for their
home in Connecticut.
death of H. W. Strickland, who died
suddenly at his home in Roslyn, Pa.,
on Thursday, April 16th. Mr. Strick
land is survived by his wife, two
daughters and a son, and his sister,
Mrs. E. C. Loomis of Southern Pines.
There will be no meeting of the
Willing Workers at the Baptist
Church Tuesday afternoon, but they
will hold a social at the Hollywood
Hotel Tuesday night for the purpose
of calling in the Holiday envelopes.
There will be a good program and
refreshments will be served. Any one
who does not have these envelopes
is welcome to attend.
Mrs. J. J. Spring entertained at
bridge at her home Thursday even
ing on Country Club Drive for the
benefit of St. Anthony’s Catholic
Church. Twelve tables of bridge were
Father T. A. Williams and Father
A. Hanretti spent Monday and Tues
day in Raleigh. Father Williams or
ganized a Scout Troop at the Sacred
There was a Social meeting of the
Catholic Daughters of the Local Court
at St. Anthony’s liall on Tuesday
Mrs. Sarah Ames and daughter,
Rosella Ames of Marshvild, Mass.,
have been in Southern Pines for two
weeks. They are leaving Saturday for
Mrs. Sarah McCuller left Tuesday | a two weeks' vacation in the Western
evening for her home in New Hamp-|patt of the State before returning to
shire following a winter here. j their northern home.
End of Season Sale
Breakfast and Dinner Sets China and Glassware
Hosiery and Underthinga
ALL AT COST
WELCH GIFT SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hosford of
Glen Ridge, N. J., spent Tuesday in
A group of about fourteen attend
ed a meeting at the Presbyterian
Church in Laurel Hill Tuesday even
ing. Dr. R. C. Thomas of Richmond,
Va., was the guest speaker and gave
an address on Presbyterian history.
Mrs. J. D. .Sitterson spent Monday
Mrs. Reid Healy and her house
guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Rey-
burn cf Washington, are leaving to
day for Washington where Mrs.
Healy will visit the Reyburns over
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ehler left last
week for Chicago after spending the
winter months here.
Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Simpson have
returned to their home here after
R. S. Baldwin attended a meeting spending the winter in St. Petersburg,
of tobacco growers in Raleigh Mon
The Presbyterian Auxiliary held a
meeting at the home of Mrs. R. S.
DuRant Monday afternoon.
Mrs. W. B. Anderson and her moth-
r, Mrs. A. Y. Diaconte of Richmond
were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W.
E. Cox on Monday en r-oute to Char
leston. S. C.
Mrs. J. P. Ouellet and Miss. Eugen-
The Misses Schwarberg after
spending the winter in Lincolnton
have returned to their home on New
Miss Alberta Johnson and Miss May
Biggins of Atlantic City were guests
of the Misses Schwarberg last week.
D. A. K. TO SEE HISTORIC
SPOTS OF F.WETTEVILLE
nie Ouellet have returned to their j
home in Canada following a two, All members of the Alfred Moore
months stay in Southern Pines. ! chapter, D. A. R., and visiting
Mrs. Colin Carter has returned af- ; Daughters are invited to go to Fay-
ter spending six weeks as a guest at' etteville next Monday, April 27, to be
the Columbia Bible College in Colum-1 shown the many points of historical
bia, ,S. C. I interest in and around Fayetteville
C. H. Bassett of Arlington, Mass.,; which in Revolutionary times was
spending two weeks vacation in' known as Cross Hill and the home of
Southern Pines. ' famous Flora Macdonald, the Scotch
Miss Joe Allen of Troy was the din-, Tory heroine. All who desire trans-
ner guest Tuesday of Mrs. Colin Car- | portation are requested to call Mrs.
ALTON D. McLEAN
Furniture and Home Furnishings
Aberdeen, N. C.
CASH OR CREDIT
ter at The Woodworth.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Miller, who
have been wintering in Palm Beach,
! Florida spent Monday in town en-
K j route to their home in Edgewater
:| i Park, N. J.
M ! Miss Florence Nagle and Mrs. John
X| I Raictel of Little Falls, N. Y. are
spending a week in Southern Pines.
§ Miss Mary Condit and niece. Miss
Hattie Condit are spending some time
at their cottage on West Vermont
avenue before returning to their
home in Roseland, N. J.
jj I Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Farmer of
j| i St. Johnsbury, Vt., are spending a :
I few days in town. |
l|' Miss Sarah Falkner entertained at j
S five tables of bridge last Friday af- ]
g ! terncon at the Southern Pines Coun- |
try Club for Miss Majorie Skinner of i
Elizabeth City. j
Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Leonard
have returned to their home in the
north following a winter spent here.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGraw and
family have closed their home, Cher
okee Farm, and gone to Oakmont,
Pa., for the summer.
A. N. Hayes of Connecticut is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. Ophelia Hayes,
who is very ill at her home on East
! Broad street.
E. J. Austin, student at Chapel Hill
was the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Austin over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. William Blymyer of
New York and George M. Blymyer of
Ohio are guests of their sister, Miss
Mary E. Blymyer at her home on
Mrs. Agnes Hamlin of Washington,
D. C., is visiting her daughter, Mrs,
Hugh Hall for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howarth of
Lynette, Ala., were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Howarth for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Royall of Rock
ingham were guests of Mrs. D. J.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilson Porter of
Milford, Mass., are spending two
Mr. and Mrs. Gleason Wood, who
have been in Miami for the winter,
spent Monday in town en route to
their home In Waltham, Mass.
Word has been received here of the
R. S. DuRant, Southern Pines. Cars
will leave Mrs. DuRant's at 1:30.
Now is the time to purchase your
new General Electric Range while
the campaign prices are in effect.
You get $10.00 allowance for your
old range. See C. J. Simons Electric
Shcp, Southern Pines. Adv<
Hitting a new high in
breaking new sales
records every day.
No wonder! It’s the
outstanding value in
the popular priced
field—with full fla
vor, full fragrance,
full body, full
strength. It's full
709 proof. If you
want ^ull sati^ac-
tion, simply ask for
16 MONTHS OLD
KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY’
GLCNMORE DI&TILLCRIES CO.,
* Loulsvlll« * Owentboi^
COOL SUMNER TROUSERS
We are showing a complete Hne of popular
fabrics including Crashes, Linens, Cords,
Seersuckers and Ducks, $1.50 up
Shorts, Knickers and Longs for the Lads
The Tog Shop
Broad St. and N. H. Avenue
Soft and Perfect in Size
Southern Pines Laundry Company, Inc.
Telephone 6101 W. New York Ave..
Beauties In The Kitchen
All that is modem in the house is personified in the 1936 F igid-
aire which recently went on display here. With the rcvolvti nary
“nieter-niiser,” a mechanical unit that cuts operating cost to tl.e lionc,
the new Frigidaire offers hitherto unheard of economy, sty’?, c:i; icity
and freezing ability. Lilyan Giafft, left, demonstrates it fcr Jtrry
Mitchell, a visitor to Frigidaire’s famous experimental kitchcn.
L V. O’CALLAGHAN
East Connecticut Avenue
Time to Fertilize
We have a complete stock of
the old reliable and dependable
Fertilizer that makes the crops.
GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS
FOR FARM and GARDEN NEEDS
SEE , I
McNEILL & COMPANY
i I I
FEED and SEED STORES
Southern Pines, Phone 6244 Fayetteville, Phone 455