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Fiiday, June 26, 1936.
TIIE PILOT, Southern Pines and AT)orrtocn, North rarofim
We Ai*e Having’ a
DRESSES and HATS
SHIRTS, SHORTS and SLACKS
THURSDA y, FRIDA Y
Nrs. Hayes Shop
The Week in Southern Pines
Casually — Life — Bonds
Aetna Life Insurance Company—American Equitable As
surance Company—American Surety Company of New York—
Employers Fire Insurance Company Employers Liability As
surance Corp. Ltd.— Great American Insurance Company—
Great American Indemnity Company Hartford Accident & In
demnity Company—Hartford Steam Boiler & In.spection Service
—New Brunswick Fire Insurance Company—Old Colony Insur
ance Company—Piedmont Fire Insurance Company (Aetna i Un
ion Central Life Insurance Company.
These old-line, financially-sound stcck companies are represent
ed in Southern Pines by the
GARLAND A. PIERCE AGENCY
(rhone 706‘J or (5291)
For its fullest enjoyment and comfort corr|Iete your
toilet needs from our extensive selection of .■standard
SANDHILL DRUG CO.
Service and Dependability
Telephone 6663 Southern Pines
FOR S.4LE I
Attractive Terms, 200 Building Lots
Various Locations in
SOI THERN PINES
Also several surburhan tracts. This is an opportuniiy.
BRUCE LEWIS. ATTORNEY
Otootan, Biloxi, Tar Heel Black and Tokio
, Brabham and Iron
Best for Planting Now
McNEILL & COMPANY
FEED and SEED STORES ''
Southern Pines, Phone 6244 Fayijtteville, Phone 455
Miss Dorothy Tate is visiting iTts.
Margaret Bradshtr in Raleigh f 5 a
few days. ,
Mrs. M. L. McLeod and two child
ren of Charleston, S. C., are the
guests of Dr. Vida C. McLeod.
Heed Bailey is visiting friends in
v'ass for a few days.
!Mi’. and Mrs. Louis K. Jilliaon, Miss
Ma:y E. Beale, and Miss C. Gates
-■ipent I'riclay in Southern Pines en-
r.jute to their home in Buffala, N.
Mr.’S. Mollie Buigess i.s spending
several days in Cheraw, S. C., visit-
iting her parents, Mr. ,l
Mrs J. Judge and fa;;'. Iv .v'-.!
Greenstone spent Th-jrEilay .:■>
ern Pines enrou'.e to Ih.r.r'.j..-
home from Miami Bench, r'cr.;;A
Mrs. Alex Aeschlimann an.l
er, .Mrs Adella Rorabaugh left Thurs
day for Johnstown. Pa., wheie they
will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Moore and
family left recently for Willoughby
Beach, Va., where they will spend
Miss Gertrude Dibble of Columbia,
C. was the guest of Mis. A. S.
Ha.ry M. Vale is spending s me
time in New York before going to
Xew Mexico for an indefinite stay.
'>Ii.“S P^leanor Darden of Fayette
ville is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mr.-5. B. F. Has.sell at their home
John Lambert, ministerial student
from the University of Loui.sville, Ky.,
is c nducting a class in a Sunday
School Teacher's course ai the Bap
tist Church this week.
Miss Mary Grace Pethick left re
cently for Philadelphia, Pa., where
slie will spend some time. '
Mr. and Mrs. Rvifus Cates of Ral
eigh were gue.sts of Miss Lillian Rob
erts Sunday. !
Congressman Walter S. Lambeth of |
Thomasville was a visitor in town re- :
cently enr ute from Miami, Florida
to his home.
The Rev. J. Fred Stim.son is at
tending the Kiwanis Convention in
Washington for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Paul and Mrs.
V. S. Getts of St. PetersbiU'g. Florida
visited friends in town Sunday en-
route to their hoi^e in the n>,rth.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Nichols and
davighter. Pauline Mae left Thursday
morning for Chautauqua Point, New
Mrs. Winnie Dodge, Miss Mary
Richardson. Miss Ruth Richardson,
Miss Bertha Fowler and Stanley To
bin have returned fr-m the Ben Lip-
pen Conference which was held near
Asheville last week.
The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey A. Cox
will be the guests of the Rev. and
Mrs. W. E. Cox for the week-end. The
Rev. Cox will have services at the
Emmanuel Church at 8:00 and 11:00.
j Peirine and Margaret Ray Bilyeu
j of Grtensboro aie visiting relatives
I Little E.squidge Kennedy, small son
; of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kennedy return
ed this week from the Mo. re County
1 Hospital where he had his tonsils re-
i moved last week.
! Miss Helen Bilyeu of Greensboio
I was the guest of her sister, Mrs. D.
i Wade .Stevick last week.
' Misses Alice and Kate Rumph have
I g ne to Blowing Rock after visiting
I their sister. Mrs. W^. H. McNeill.
Miss Mary Carson is leaving Thurs
day for New York and from there
she wiir sail for Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reynolds left
j Monday for their home in New Ilamp-
I shire to spend the summer months.
Miss Lenora Riggan left Thursday
mrrning to attend summer school at
Miss Maiy Ruth Bruton of Siler
City was the guest of Miss Sara Du-
rp"* ’a.'?t week.
Dr. Marcus A. Brownson left Mon
day for his home in Maine to pa.ss the
Mr. and Mrs. James Schwartz re
turned Thursday from a visit with
ihsir daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Swann in Alexandria, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. N. Hutt left last
week for Ellenville, N. Y., to spend
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Durant motor
ed 10 Charlotte Sunday.
Perry Starnes left last Friday to
attend a school of Chiropractics in
t'r Doyle left Monday morning
for Fayetteville where he will be as-
■oriated with the A. &. P. Tea Com
Miss Barbara Betterley arrived
I Thursday from W'heelcck School in
j Boston, Mass., to spend the summer
! with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Mrs. Elizabeth Sfarboro was the
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Loinuis enroute from Miami, Florida
to her h me in Connecticut.
Mrs. Haroltl Rush and children Ann
and Dick of Loiiisvill?, Ky.. are the
guests for a few weeks of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles I’icquet at their home on
Midland ftoad. The late Harold Rush,
who passed away recently haa many
friends in Southern Pines when he
fr quently visited his mother, Mrs.
Mr.s. Edith Wowes and Mrs. Nellie
F. Sanborn left yesterday morning tor
Boston, Mass., for the summer.
Misses Mary and Elizabeth Schwar-
berg left this week for Chautauqua,
N. Y., to spend the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Williams and
daughters have returned from the
north wheie they spent s'me time
with Mr. Williams’ brother J. R. Wil
liams, and al.so attended the ordina-
*.ion of their nephew, F’ather W'elch
FI E. V:ooman of Washington, D.
C., arrived .Sunday morning to spend
the day with John B. Muse. Accom
panied by G. C. Seymcur of Aber
deen they visited the peach section of
the Sandhills. They al.so visited Mr.
Muse’s daughter Miss Nellie Mu.se at
the Sanatorium. Mr. Vrooman is a
patent attorney and has obtained sev
eral patents for Mr. Muse.
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Spring and fam
ily have closed their h.me in South
ern Pines and will spend the .summer
at Hampton Beach, N. H.
Mi.ss Frances Esposito of Syracuse,
N. Y., is the guest of Aliss Irene Ma
ples for two weeks.
Harold McAllister of Charlotte is
spending a few days in town.
HK.MI’ MKX AUKESTEl) OX
ASSAULT t HAKGE
Astor Brown, white of Hemp, was
severely cut about the head and arm
late Saturday night, and Claud Rit
ter and Zebron Cassidy, also of Hemp
section, are out on bond awaiting trial
in connecti n with the assault which
is said to have occurred in the north
ern s ction of Carthage near the
Sandhill Manufacturing Company’s
plant. The men were drinking, it is
Dr. Felton put the necessary stit
ches in Brown’s head, 'out sent him
to the hospital to have the bad gash
in his arm tieated. B:own was releas
ed from the hospital on M nday.
The monthly mpf-ting of th? Sand-
hilN Ministers' Association will be
held n the 30th day of this month
in the jiarish house of the Church of
Wide Fellowship, and at 10:00. Ad-
journmer't will be at 12:3o. Business
of great importance must be acted
ur>cn at this meeting. It is, therefore,
ui'gent that all the ministers of the
Sandhills be present.
Rev. L. M. Hall. President.
Edwr-.rd F. Green, Secretary.
Pilot Advertising Pays
, Aberdeen ,N. C.
Curb Market every Wednesday
morning. All Kinds of fresh
fruits and vegetables, poultry
and home-cooked foods.
Gjapftic Outfine^ of KiJc-io
i-y H.G-. MCELROY
Gift of Rice to South Carolina
South Carolina progressed little up
to 1693. About that time, a sea
captain from the Far East pre
sented the governor of the colony
with a bag of rice. The rice was
raised as an experiment, and in
time, the state became the largest
state in the Union,
rice-producing and rice-exporting
.\ syinpathetk’ porcepution of what
is fit enable us to render a service
of IdndlinesN and charm.
24HOUR AMBULANCE S^VICE
PHONE 6161-SOUTHERN 0|NES
There Is No Difference
SUMMER or WINTER
FItriTS and VECiETAIH.ES FRESH
Tomutoe.'i. String Bean.s, Wax Bean.-^,
I’lant, Pepper.-^, Celer.M, Corn,
Turnip.-^. S(iiiash, Reet.s, Lettuce. Caul
iflower, Corn, Onion.-^, Carrot,‘<, Po-
(Jrapefruit, Orange.s, Leinon.’^, B.ri'ies. Banana.s, Wnler-
melon.^^, Cantaloupes, Peaches
S1*ECI.\LS FOR THK WEEK
•Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, cit. . 39c
Green Jar Peas, 2 for ,‘}5c
Lipton Tea. Special—1-4 lb.—-2.k'; 1-2 ]b.—49c, 1 lb 97c
1 Ice Tea Glass Free with 1-4 lb; 2 with 1-2 lb. and
4 with each pound.
Premium Grape P'ruit Juice, 2 for 25c
Kraft P>ench Dressing, regular size ! 18c
A small size given with ea..h large head of lettuce.
QUALITY .MEATS ' POULTRY
Finest in Foods
Deli.eiy Servi.'c Phone fOll
TODAY'S the DAYf K
To get the refrigerator that has
made millions of refrigerators
Model tllujtrakd is K5-36
9 If you've waited until now —
wait no longer. Cor.ic in to our
store tod.iy .ind see the 1936 Ktl-
vinator. \Vc assure ) ou that never
before have wc seen an electric re
frigerator which in one year lias
stcjvped out so far .'thcad.
I'isibie Cft/i/—Kelvinator gives
you a Buih-In Thermometer so you
can see how cold it is . . . Visible
I.-o«o7;/^'-Kc!vinator fives you in
advance a signed Certificate of an
as little as
a.-nazingly Low Cost of Opera
tion . . . ]’isibU' L^iUJo. iy— Kcl-
\iaator pvts you a Five-Year Pio-
In addition — a rubber grid in
iicij ice tray of this most bc.ui-
titui, most convenient, ir.ost hsai-le
K'.ivi.-i.iror ever built.
.See it for yourselt. You’ll be glad
to find out it's no higher in price
thanordin.iry ie;’;i“erato.s, and
buying terms aie easier than tvei. i
Gives you a 1936
L V. O’CALLAGHAN
East Connecticut Avenue Telephone 5341