Friday, June 12, 1936
THE PILOT, Southern Pin— UMl Aberdeen, North Carolbw
is a ^ood fellow to
A friendly, helpful merchant is your Elcctric
Dealer . . . and his store is a trecsure-hcuse of
merchandise that will make life easier for you
and your loved ones . , . conveniences that tave
time, labor, worry and money.
'UJt kiiS&'utc, !
See the newest models of nationally known
Electrical Household Helps . . Electric Ranges,
Water Heaters, Refrigerators, Washers, Iron-
ers, Air Conditioning Units, Table Cookery Ap
pliances and a host of other useful, attr. ,!.ive
Bit Jum admAJL i/ou
Your Electric Dealer offers you a helpful, con-
.seienscious advisory service ... he will be glad
lo explain the uses of various appliances and
to aid you in selecting those offering the great
est benefits in your home.
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
The Board of County
will sit as a Board of Equalization and Re
view, as required by law, on Monday, June
15th, for the following’ townships: Carth
age, McNeill, Sandhill and Mineral
Springs; Tuesday, June 16th—Bensalem,
Sheffield, Ritter, Deep River and Green
Mrs. J. N. Powell and Mrs. Thom
as 1^. Black and children spent the
past week-end in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hemmer and
John, Jr., are spending several weeks
in New York.
Mrs. Marion Phillips and daughter,
Mary Evelyn, have gone to East Or
ange, N. J.
Donald J. Ross left Saturday night
for his home in Little Compton, R. I.
Miss Irene Maples has returned
from ChArlotte where she underwent
an opv^ration last week.
L. L. Biddle, II went to Baltimore
Friday night for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hagood and
niece, Dcrothy Wescott, are visiting
in Charleston, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Banks Richardson of
Atlanta have gone to Chapel Hill to
attend summer school. They were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rich
ardson the first of the week.
Mrs. E. B. Keith spent Monday in
Miss Helen Murphy is leaving Sat
urday for her home in Bethlehem, N.
H., for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Innes have gone
to Roaring Gap for the summer sea
F. H. Krebs left Saturday for his
home in New York.
Miss C. E. Ferree departed Tuesday
for her home in Chambersburg, Pa.,
and after a visit will go to Philadel
phia where she has accepted a posi
A party composed of A. B. Sally,
Frank Taylor, Tom Black and W. R.
Viall spent the week-end on the coast
Mrs. George A. Magoon and Mrs.
M. W. Marr left by motor Monday
for Oakmont, Pa., where they will be
guests of Mrs. W, C. Fownes, Jr.
George Elastman and Garrett J.
De Fay of Boston arrived Sunday and
will spend the month of June here,
while auditing the books of Pinehurst,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. MacNab have
gone to Harbor Beach, Mich., for the
Donald Stewart has gone to Fay-
ettevills where he has accepted a po
sition with Swift & Co.
Miss Laivora Sally spent the past
week-end visiting relatives in Dur
Miss Kitty Carter of Sanford is at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Co-
nant. Miss Carter will direct the ac
tivities of young people at the Pine
hurst Comriiunity Church during the
Miss Doris Tripp, of the Moore
County Hospital nurses’ staff is
spending a three weeks’ vacation
in Eastern Carolina.
Master Billy Keith is visiting his
grandmother in Vass.
Mrs. Violet Farrell has her son
Desimond of Charlotte visiting her.
M^rs Katherine Cagle of Carthage
I is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
j Miss Elsie Sperber has returned
; from Baltimore where she attended
j the graduation of nurses at the Uni-
I versity of Maryland,
i Miss Carol Hennesee has returned
I from school at Belmont Abbey and is
jat home for the summer vacation.
I Miss Sara Stewart is attending
I summer school at the Woman’s Col-
j lege of the University at Greensboro.
; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cole and Betty
j Cole spent Wednesday in Fayetteville
I and Smi hfield.
Amcng those attending the wedding
of Miss Dorothy Cross and Robert
Shaw, Jr., in Sunbury Thursday after
noon were Mrs. Rjbert Shaw, Sr.,
Misses Verdyn, Louise and Patsy
Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cal-
Dr. J. A. Ruggles is spending a few
days at Myrtle Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swoope of
Maderia, Pa., are visiting relatives for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Leavitt and
Mrs. Henery Butner spent last week
in Harrisonburg, Va.
Mrs. T. A. Cheatham left Thurs
day to visit Mrs. C. H. Cheatham in
Miss Alicia departed Thursday for
Pittsfield, Mass., and from there will
go to Pittsburgh, Pa., for an extended
Hairy Hogg and niece. Miss Pat
Burroughs are leaving today for New
York where they will join Mrs. Hogg
for a trip to Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carter enter
tained Saturday night at a buffet
supper for Mr. and Mrs. George Wal
lace, Miss Pat Burroughs, Dr. Clem
ent Monroe, and Harry Hogg.
Mi.ss Jane Baughn Gillett left this
week for Northport, Mich., to spend
Mrs. Paul Dana and daughter, Shir
ley, and Mrs. F. H. Gunning left
Tuesday for the north.
Mrs. Raymond Johnson and child
ren, Jean and Peggy, are spending
several weeks in Hillsboro.
David Coffee w^as called to States-
vills this week on account of the Ill
ness of his father, Wade Coffee, fol
lowing an operation in the Statesville
Mrs. A. J. McKelway, Sr., went to
Fayetteville Wednesday to visit for
1 a week.
j Dr. W. E. Overcash of Pinecrest
I Manor is spending several days in
New York and Philadelphia, planning'
FOR SALE- Fresh Honey, comb and , to return to Southern Pines on Mon-
strained. J. W. Frank, Niagara, N. i
c. tf.!. ‘ .
MEN WANTED for Rawleigh routes
cf 800 families. Reliable hustler,
should start earning $25 weekly |
and increase rapidly. Write today.'
Rawleigh, Dept. NCF 221—s!
Richmond, Va. |
FOR SALE We have several hun
dred bushels cf corn, one hundred
bushels field peas for sale. Apply
Growers Supply Co., Lumberton,'
N. C. J19.
WANTE:D COAT HANGERS — We '
will pay one quarter of a cent each j
for all those delivered in good con
dition to the Southern Pines Laun
dry Co., Wsst New York Ave. |
LONG DISTANCE BUS RATES |
greatly slashed. Washington, D. C ,
$4.95; Philadelphia, $7.50; New
York, $8.95; Boston, $11.75. 10 per'
cent off round-trip. Convenient
stop-overs. Tickets information at j
Postal Telegraph Co., Southern |
Pines and Pinehurst. Jul.3 i
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proved powder to be sprinkled oa
upper or lower plates, holds falsa
teeth firm and comfortable. Can not
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.MI.S.S LOVERING TO WED
IN MANCHESTER, MASS.
j Invitations have been Issued for the
j wedding cf Miss Mary Lovering,
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.
! Leveling of Jackson Springs, to Stan-
1 ley Graves Haskins of New York on
I Saturday, June 27th in the Emman-
I uel Episcopal Church in Manchester,
1 Mass., former home of the Loverings.
! Mr. Haskins is engaged in the brok-
lerage business in New York, and the
I young couple will reside there after
j their wedding journey.
FOR RENT—Cottage for three per
sons, furnished completely except
linen and silver. Electric range, hot
water heater and garage. Price five
dollars per week. Monthly rat:s
less. Call at 72 S. Ashe street or
write Box 297, Southern Pines.
PROPERTY IS MOVING in Southern
Pines. List with us for sales and
rentals. Moderate cost Mutual In
surance is worthy of consideration.
H. A. Lewis Agency.
McNeill & Co.
Feed and Seed Stores
Southern Pines and Fayetteville
Cl'B SCOUTS HOLD PICNIC
Delicious h'ome-made cakes and
cookies at the Curb Market.
Page's Pond in Aberdeen wa^ on
Wednesday afternoon the scene of
great rejoicing for Saint Anthony’s
Cub Pack Number 1. The weekly
meeting took the form of a picnic
with ice cream and cake, swimming i
and games. At this outing five cub
scouts passed their tests in swimming
and will receive their awards at the !
Court of Honor. i
Southern Pines, N. C.
A Country Day and
for children under fourtetn years.
Open air classes, and all
Music - Art - Handicrafts
MILLICENT A. HAYES
Pilot Advertising Pays
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Hot Summtr Davs Call ForG
D- P. Blend, lb. 23c
Yellow Front, lb. 19c
Golden Blend, lb. 17c
R. & H. Ale or Beer, bottle „..9c
High Rock Beverages, 3 bottles 25c
Triangrle Beverages, bottle 5c
Zion Pure Fruit
2 lbs. 19t
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Evelyn M. Edson
John S. Ruggles
C. G. FARKELL
.Aberdeen, N. C.
Dr S. Neal, Beard
Swinnerton Stables, Southern
Pines on Mondays
Race Track, Pinehurst on
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E. V. PERKINSON
SMtkcni Pfaiei^ N. C. Tel. ttlQ
Will be in hifl office over
Po«t Office, Sanfnd, N, C., eveiT
Wednesday, fmai 10:00 au to
8:00 p. m. Don’t fftil to see hia if
your eyei are wmk.