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THE PH^T. Swathern Pines and Aberdeen. North CaroHat
Friday, April 24, 1936.
This is Good Farming:
Weather if it’s not
Come in and get your
Pefi£ince Chambray Work Shirts,
Men and Boys 49c
Red Kap, Covert Shirts, they
have stood the test of time and
made good 69c
Red Kap, Hong Kong Twill, a
long wearing shirt at $1.00
Pants to match Twill Shirt $150
Blue Denim Pants $1.00 and $1.35
Big Bsn and Blue Bell Over
Sed Axe and Lookout Over-
Boys Overalls 50c. 69c, 75c
A.11 leather Shoes $1.75 to $4,00
Aberdeen and Southern Pines
Added; Mickey Mouse in
Monday, April 27th,
3:00 and 8=15
Wednesday, April 29th
3:00 and 8‘-15
COLMAN • COIBERT
MtlAGlEN • RUSSEll
AMD CAST or 10.0001
Friday, May 1st,
3:00' and 8:15
At Southern. Pines
Mon., Tue., Wed.,
April 27, 28, 29,
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00
! Added: March of Time
Magazine No. 13.
t At Southern Pines
Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
. Apr. 30, May 1, 2,
I , 8:15
i Matinee Saturday at 3:00
“Absolute Quiet,” the attraction at
the Pinehurst Theatre Monday April
27th, matinee and night, promises a
welttr of adventure, action, romance,
laughs, intrigue, drama and thrills.
A ranch owner, ordered by his doctor
to an isolated ranch to rest his nerves,
takes along only his pretty secretary.
In cn them arives a pair of ex-vaude-
villians, freshly escaped from jail; a
plane crashes and out of it staggers
a pompous governor, his slick tongued
campaign manager and a newspaper
reporter. Come along also, a passe
movie actor and his hero worshiping
girl friend. The convicts cut the
ranch off from all outside communi
cation. What happens thereafter is
bedlam, building to a whole host of
unanticipated situations and surpris
ing thrills. Lionel Atwill as the ranch
owner ami Irene Hcrvey as his secre
tary, turn in good performances, while
I Stuart Erwin as the newspaper re-
; porter heads an exceptionally good
; supporting cast which includes Wal
lace Ford and Ann Loring. As added
attraction, Mickcy Mouse in “Grand
Sf. Anthony’s Catholic Church j Opera.
8,00 I For the countless Will Rogers fans
ami 10:30. . I who have always maintained that "A
Devotions every Sunday evening at 7:30. i
Connecticut \ankce was the great
est of the great comedian's pictures,
there is good news in the announce
ment that 20th Century-Fcx have re-
released that ribtickling comedy and
that it is the attracUon at Pinehurst
Wednesday, April 29th, matinee and |
night. Featuring Myrna Loy and ,
Maureen O’Sullivan in the excellent,
supporting cast, the picture presents
Rogers as a 20th Century Yankee, j
raising hob in old King Arthur’s I
Court. Mark Twain’s delicious satire I
has been modernized in this version to j
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Mid-week worship. inclusion of speeches and
Rev. J. Fred Stimson, Pastor.
7:00—B. Y. P. U, Service.
Thursday, 7 :30 p. m.—Prayer meeting and
The Church of Wide Fellowship
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D. D., Pastor.
11:00 a. m.—Morning worship.
6:30 p. m.—Intermediate C. E.
Wednesday, 7:80 p. m.—Mid-Week meeting.
Wednesday, 8;15 p. m.—Choir Rehearsal.
New Hampshire Ave.. near A»he St.
Services are held every Sunday at 11:00
Church Reading Room open Wednesdays
from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Kvening meetings first and third Wednes
day each month.
Emmanuel Kpiscopa) Church
Kev. F. Craighill Hrown, H. A., H. I>., Rector.
Sunday Services—The first Sunday in the
month. Church School 9:30 a. m.; Holy Com
munion and sermon 11 :00 a. m.
Other Sundays. Holy Communion. 8:00 a.
m. ; Church School, U:30 a. m.; Morning j
1‘rayer an<I sermon 11 a. m. I
Saint's Days Service, Holy Communion, j
10:00 a. m.
Presbyterian Mission—Civic Club
Rev. K. li. Harber,
0:45—Sunday Sch<x)l. |
Rov. Marcus Urownson, D. D., tenchcr of i
Adult Bible Class.
Confessions will be heard on Saturdays from
4:30 to 5:30 and from 7:30 to K:30.
Mass will be offered every week-day at 7 :30.
Instruction class will be held for grammar
school children on Sunday at 11:30, and for
ni«h Schot>l pupils on Saturday at 10:00.
The Village ('hapel
Rev. Thaddeus A. Cheatham, D. D., Minister
9:0<i a. m.—Holy Communion.
10:00 u. m.--Children’s Service.
11:00 a. m - Church Service.
With New Pastor
Mr. Calcote Enters Enthusiasti
cally Upon Duties in Lar^e
January 1st, 1936 found the group
of Presbyterian churches comprosing
Vass, Union. Lakeview and Manly
party motored the yast week on a
Lawrence having resigned owing to
ill health. A pulpit committee was
appointed by the various churches,
and after several meetings, the Rev.
Clarence I. Calcote was called from
Richmond, Va., to the work. The
field is large, the work heavy, but
having looked the field over, he felt
the urge to acccpt the call. He has
been in the field for several weeks,
and the committee should be con
gratulated cn the good w'ork they
have done in bringing this young man
to the community.
On Sunday morning at the Manly
Church, the Sacrament of the Lord’s
Supper will be observed. One of the
features at the Manly church is the
congregational singing of the old fa
miliar hymns, and music by the jun
ior choir. The public is cordially in
vited to all oi' the services.
Cooperate to Get Them
Here, Boone’s Advice I
Hotels \\ill Win I'air Share Once
People t’onie, Needles Man
ager Tells Kiwanians
White Flannel Skirts, several styles $6.75
Flannel Coats, navy, brown, and checks $9.50
Angora Swaggei Coats in pastel shades ..$6.75 to $18.50
Silk Organdie in smart patterns $6.50
Linen Blouses $1.95—$3.50
Organdie Blouses, white and colors, special $1.59
Cotton Dresses for the larger woman, very smart
styles $6.50 and $7.75
\\o aif* offoriiiK' v<’ry attni<*tivc rotluotioiis on fh<‘ balunrp ot our
riarkt’r silk drosses for Quk'k salo. Styles are ^ood and woarabh*
materials are the t>esf. I'rices are unbeatable.
C. T. PATCH
Rev. A. J. McKelvvay, Pastor.
9:45 a. m.—Sunday: Church School
11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship.
7:15 p. m.—Young Peoples’ Worship
H:00 p. m.—Evening Worship.
actions that show the Will Regers
Roman Catholic Church ^
Sunday M*aMeY Ht fi“:3o° a. :30 a. m., I talent at its greatest. Rogers, as a
and 10:30 a. m.
Week-day Mas.'ses at S :00 a. m.
Aherdern Baptist Church
Rev. Krnest M. Harris, Pastor.
Sunday School every Sunday morning
Connecticut small-town merchant, is i
transported back through the ages to |
the rude times of King Arthur and \
his round table. How this whimsi- i
cal Yankee revolutionizes the busi-1
10:00 a. m, J. A. Hryant, Superintendent.
Preaching and Worship Service each second nesS of knighthOOd, iZlStElls b3.thtubs
and fourth Sundays at 11:00 a m. and 7:4ij
p. m. H. Y. P. U. every Sunday at 6:30 p.
in medieval England and astounds
m. Trayer moetinR every Wednesday at 7:45 ! them all with magic is revealed in
Rcthesda Presbyterian Church
Rev, K. h. Harbor, Pastor.
Services each Sunday morning at !l:lf>;
Services each Sunday ev*»ning at 7:30. Pray
er meeting services Wednesday evening at
I the film.
Motion picture fans who breathless
ly followed Ronald Colman in “Beau
I Geste” and who adored Claudette Col
bert in “It Happened One Night,”
j have a great treat in store for them
in “Under Two Flags,” the attraction
at Pinehurst Friday. May 1st, mat-
Emmett E. Boone ci the Pine Nee
dles Inn told members of the Kiwanis
Club of Aberdeen something about
the eighth leading industry of Amer
ica. the hotel business, at their week
ly meeting held in the Aberdeen Com
munity House Wednesday noon, and
duiing the course of his remarks
stressed the need for fuller coopera
tion in the Sandhills between hotel
interests, merchants, etc.
"Our primary purpose should not be
to get people to our particular hotel,
but to the section,” he said. “We
should all work together toward this
end, because it means so much to ev
eryone. Once we have them here,
each hotel, each boarding house, will
get its fair share of business. And
each merchant his share of the busi
ness of the hotels and of the guests
in the hotels.”
WIND I P TllK FKSTIV.XL
(Continued from page 1)
again with Mrs. Moss riding, and she
was second with her stablemate,
Moonfixer, in the pair jumping, Mrs,
Moss riding alongside Miss Nancy
Wrenn. It was Lady Durham’s day.
Moonfixer, under Nancy Wrenn,
was second in the amateur jumping,
and Fine Fellow, ridden by youthful
Wilbur Scheipers, second in the open
jumping. Joe Bernalfo, trainer for
the Thorndale Stables of Millbrook,
N. Y., rode Mconfixer to second in
the triple bar event.
Miss Louise Cosgrove of Duxbury,
Mass., and William J. Stratton ot
Princeton, N. J., won the pair jump
ing on Black Bottom and Miss Har
vey, and Miss Cosgrove captained
the winning team in the exciting po
tato race which saw seme eight rid
ers on each team. Wilbur Scheipers
gave a fine exhibition of pony jump
ing as part of the program and won
a special award, and Corbett Alex-
! ander showed a trick pony that bow-
I ed and corkscrcwed and even pushed
•a colored boy, who interfered, clear
I out of the ring. A “pet race” was
' another feature of the program, with
lambs and goats and puppies and
I what-not racing about the ring. Wil-
I bur Scheipers won this event with his
I Five glee clubs, from Cameron,
^ Carthage, Pinehursi, Southern Pines
and West End, gave a fine program
: in the Municipal Park last Friday af
ternoon, Festival’s Music Day. That
' evening the “Amateur Hour" at the
High School auditorium scored a big
hit before a capacity crowd. Winning
the awards in the various classifica
Soloists, Miss Theresa Montesanti;
, Grcup singing, Misses Eleanore Har-
; loe, Mary Cameron and Bertha Fow-
.ler; Acting, Miss Dorothy Richardson,'
Juveniles, Johnny Wilson, Manly.
Page Memnrial M. E. Church
Rev. I.. M. Hall, Pastor.
First Sun<iay—Preachirin ♦ :30 p. m.
Second Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Third Sunday—Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday—Preaching 11:00 a. m
7:30 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. ’ brings these tWO titans of the SCrecn ;
1 inee and night. It is the picture which
C Hl'RCH NOTES
I together in roles that surpass even ,
! the most magnificent of their past;
triumphs. Miss Colbert plays the part |
Probation After Death will be ; “Cigarette,” in this adaptation of
the subject of the lesson-sermon at ■ oudia’s immortal story of the French
the Christian Science Church this poreign Legion. A lovely flirt, she
Sunday morning. | affections of Victor
At the Southern Pines Baptist McLagien, Legionnaire major, until
Church Mr. Stimson will preach in 1 Colman, a member of the
the morning on The Strength of ranks. She impulsively loses her heart
Sin.” Dr. Raymond preaches at the | ^he drama gains in power
union service in the evening. intensity with the appearance of
“Christ Crucified, the power of' Rosalind
God,’ ’is the topic of the sermon by beauty
Dr. Raymond at the Church of Wide j ' Southern Pines
Russell, fragile English
Fellowship at 11:00 a. m. The union |
Color films, for years the dream of
evening service at 8:00 p. m. is at pictures, have finally arrived,
the First Baptist Church, Dr. Ray- finished product as demon-
mond preaches on “What Gambling paramount's all-Techni-
Means. | production of "The Trail of the
The Rev. E. L. Barber announces Lonesome Pine,” playing a return en-
the following changes in time of ser-' ^^gement at Southern Pines Monday,
vices: At Bethesda Presbyterian, Tuesday, Wednesday. April 27, 28.
Church, Aberdeen, first and third 29, with a Tuesday matinee, far sur-
Sunday mornings at 11 o’clock, sec-1 passes all the claims which ardent
ond aiid fourth Sunday evenings at publicity men have been making of it.
7:30: in Southern Pines, second and j The producers have taken an immor-
fourth Sunday mornings at 11:00, | tai story, beloved by two generations,
first and third Sunday evenings at I selected a superb cast, headed by
7 ‘^0 '
I Sylvia Sidney, Fred MacMurray, and
THI.STLE CLUB ELECTS j Henry Fonda, and have added the
OFFICERS TOMORROW ' of outdoor Technicolor photog-
The Thistle Club will elect offi-' lifelike, so natur-
cers tomorrow, Saturday at the an-' perfect that one loses the
nual meeting at the Southern Pines' being in a theatre, but is
Country Club. The usual bridge-tea'convinced that the action
will also be held on the same day All place before his eyes!
members should be present. i Sidney. Fred MacMurray,
The picnic will be held at the Coun-
try Club on Wednesday, April 29 at 1 cast bring the immortal
1:00 p. m. Last Saturday prizes for'classic to
high scores were awarded to Mrs C.! feels all the intensity
L. Warner, Mrs. Rachel Richards,
Mrs. H. A. Gould. Mrs. H. E. Throw-1 heritage of the sim-
tr and Mrs. J. S. Milliken. mountain folk.
' If you like real entertainment with
thrills, laughs, tears and action then
see “Small Town Girl," playing a re
turn engagement at the Southern
Pines Theatre Thursday, Friday, Sat
urday, April 30, May 1st and 2nd,
with a Saturday matinee. “Small
Town Girl,” brings a new team to the
SAVE MONEY: Travel by bus going
north. Special rates: Washington,
D. C., $4.95; Philadelphia, $7.95;
New York, $9.55; Boston, $12.90;
Convenient stop-overs. Tickets and |3„een.'janet Ga^or and Robert Tay-
information Postal Telegraph Co.,|,„,. ^ team who will win the hearts
Southern Pines and Pinehurst. A24. any audience. Taken from Ben
FOR SALE: 1931 Chrysler 8 Coupe, ^mes Williams’ famous novel, “Small
in A-1 condition. Tires all new. Town Girl.” concerns a country girl
Reasonable for cash before Satur- marries a handsome doctor while
day. Call Clark’s Garage, Southern intoxicated. Her efforts to win
Pines. h'® affection after she has fallen in
love with him, brings tears and
REWARD for the return of silver j laughs alike from the audience. Miss
rim spectacles. Finder please re- Gaynor was never more lovely in her
turn to Robert Bruce Lewis, South-1 successful career than she is in this
ern Pines. new produc«on. . u ,u i
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