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0 / 75
Friday, June 26, 1936.
the pilot. Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Southern Pines Scout Troop Nc. 2
will hold its legular meeting Friday
night at the Scout Hall. A hike is
The Week in Carthage
Miss Dixie Smith of Raeford is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Morton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muse and Miss
being planned after the meeting and; ^otnie McI.rt)od were visitors in Jones-
special business is to be brought up. j Sunday.
All Scouts are reque.sted to be pres- j J. A. Lang, Jr., has returned tc
ent. j VVa.shington, D. C., after .spending a
! few days in Carthage visiting his par-
On Tuesday afternoon twelve hoys ■ ents.
with Ralph Chandler, Jr., Scc^ut Mas- AXu?o haJ5 I’eturnod to ^ew
ter left the Scout house for a hike to I Vork .Tfter a tv.’o week.s' visit with
the camp on Bethesda Road for a, pm ents.
night's outing. They were followed la-1 ^ ^
ter by Messrs Turner, Fry and Tom- L^,^
my Atkinson who arrived at the camp ^ McKeithen.
at 6:30 to find Mr. Chandler, and the
boys well advarced in preparing sup
per on three open fire.«i. The bugle
sound at 7:00 o’clock foimd everyone
ready for supper and such a repast.
With Chandlers sizzling .soup, Joe
Swett's pork and bean.s, several dishes
of fried potatoes, Tommy’s bread and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mohr have re
turned to their home in New York
after a visit with Mrs. Mohr's moth
er, Mrs. R. L. Burns.
Mayor Ginsburg is spending a few
days in Pn vience, R. I.
jv. D. Way, jr., left Monday for a
butter topping off with Mr. Turner’s Hamp.shire.
cake, it was a feast fit for a king. | Pinkerton of Fayetteville
I i.s visiting her parents. Mr-, and Mrs.
At dayhght the next ^ morning ; Bi„p_
things began to move--fires were
Mi.ss Alfr-eda Baker has returned
started and .soon the smell of coffee ^
was apparent. Kggs and potatoes, I ^,..ndell Kellv of Aberdeen.
toast and doughnuts made up the, Mrs. Bill Barnes has returned from
breakfa.st, after the di.shes were wash-^ a
ed and the housework done they all j vv'. H. Currie. .Secretarv of
left for home, .some the direct road. Kducation of Fayetteville
some cr-oss lots, and some by way of I p,p,hvterial and Mi.ss Katherine Blue,
Aberdeen. Anyway all reported at eoun.selor have returned from
therr respected hemes at noon for din- y. p. C. at Flor-a Macdonald College.
i Hugh Powell Kelly and Mr.s. Cecil
I Rllington of Richmond spent the
Through the generosity, and the j ,veek-end with Mr-. O. D. Wallace,
courtesy of the Rev. J. Ficd Stim-1 xhcv were accompanied home by Miss
son and Francis Robinson, troop 2 ! Biny Doyle Wallace,
has been given the privilege of us-. Miss Mary Worthy Spence left
ing for their camp the beautiful Thur.sday for New York where she
farm stead on the Old Bethe.sda Road. , vyjn join a party and sail for Europe
The house is new and there are two j to spend several weeks,
large airy rooms. The grounds com- | Mrs. L. R. Sugg, Mrs. M. J. Mc-
prize some 50 acres, and abound in ! Phail of Sanford spent the week-end
shade trees, blackberry bushes, and 1 with Mrs. J. E. Muse,
wild plum trees. There is a spring of Sue Bryant Hite of Flaleigh is vis-
pure water flowing near the camp I iting Elizabeth Thomas,
house. A low dam will affcrd one of j Miss Helen Rose Underwood has re-
the finest swimming places for begin- , tur ned frcm Roxboro where she was a
ners ever. ‘bridesmaid in the wedding of a cousin.
I Miss Agnes Evans of Greensboro
The camp house, however, is not 1 sp^nt Sunday with Misses May and
furnished. We desire to ask the 1 Bess Stewart.
Wilmington are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Ge .. D. Carter.
Miss Dorothy Cole of Greensboro
spent the week-end at her home here.
^^rs. H. F. Seawell Jr., and Miss
Betty Jane Seawell left V/ednc'di:"
for New Jersey where they will
spend several weeks.
Mrs. M. G. Dalryrnpl was hostess
to ner bridge club on Friday. Con
tract was played at two tables.
High scor-e prize for club members
wi'nt to Mrs. John Beasley. High
score prize for guests went to Mrs.
F. H. Underwoou. To Mi„. Budet,
guest of Mrs. Underwood, Mrs. Dal-
rymple presented a lovely gift.
Mrs. Dan Carter was hostess to her
contract club on Friday evening.
High score prize for club members
went to Miss Johnsie Redding and
high score prize for guests went to
Mrs. Andrew Appainitis.
Mrs. P'red P'linchunr and Mrs. Myr-
ton Stewart entertained jointly at the
home of Mrs. Stewart on Monday
h noiing Frances Mills of Southern
Twelve members of the younger set
vvet'e guests. High score prize went to
Mis--- Joyce Womack, low score prize
to Francis Golden for contests.
Delicious »home-made cakes and
cooJue.® at the Cirrb Market.
friends of our Southei-n Pines boys to
please donate for the camp folding
cots with mattresses, chairs, dressers,
cupboards for dishes, tables and etc.
Games such as crokinole, checkers,
dominoes, ping-pong, parlor billiards
Miss Frances McKeithen of U. N.
C. spent the week-end at home.
Miss Mildred Petway of Knfield
spent Sunday with Mrs. N. A. Mc-
Keithen and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of
Madison and little Miss Julia Henry of
KXIX'l TOU'S XOTK E
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has qualified as Executor of
I the Estate of Annie J. Blackburn of
I Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Pine-
' hurst. North Carolina. Any and all
persons having claims or demands
against the said estate are hereby
notified to present them to the un
dersigned at Pinehurst, North Caro
lina. on or before June 26, 1937, or
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons Indebted to said
estate are notified to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
JAMES B, BLACKBURN. Executor,
Care Paul Dana, Pinehurst, North
June 2G, 1936.
June 26, 1936. Jul31
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. F’itzgerald en
tertained an evening last week at a
buffet supper at their home. Mag
nolia C ttage. (Juests included Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Hudbon. Mr. and Mrs.
I. C. Sledge. Mr. anil Mrs, John J.
Fitzgerald, Miss Boll Fitzgerald and
George Kastman and Garrett J. De-
Kay f(f Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shaw, jr., who
were married on Juno eleventh in the
Sunberry Methodist Church have re
turned from a wedding trip and are
at home t their friends in one of the
Mrs. .V. J. McKelway, sr., who has
been a guest of the Manse for the
past month left Monday for Wash
ington, D. C. She was accompanied
by her little grandaughter-, Kate Mc
Kelway. who will spend s me time
Mr', and Mrs. Cecil Ritter of Wash
ington. D. C., bride and groom of the
month, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
B. U. Richardson. Mr. Ritter is a
brother of Mrs. Richardson,^
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Emery left early
this week for W'entworth. Mass.,
where they will spend the remainder
of the summer.
Miss Margaret Morton, W. P. Mor
ton, jr., and Wert .Sanders, who are j
attending summer .school at Boone,
spent the week-end at their heme
Mrs. R. ,S. Tufts and Mrs. George ;
Vail have returned from a visit of
several weeks in New York.
rMs. Albert Tufts and children, .
Emily and Leonard, and Mrs. Emily
Easton of Chapel Hill are guests of :
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCaskill were
Greensboro visitors a day last week. :
CO.MMIMTV VESPER SERVICES
The Community Vesper Service in ^
the Church Garden at the Church of
Wide Fellowship at 7:00 p. m. Sun- 1
day is for all, young and old. The j
worship service is led by the Chris- '
tian Endeavor Society. The music is 1
led by Prof. F. S. Smith. The address
will be by Dr. C. Rexford Raymond
who will give the second in the se- |
ries on the Life of St. Paul, using ma- j
terial from his course on this theme i
at Elon College School of Leadership j
Training to be held June 29—July 5.
.MKS. JESSIE HAVIJEN
DIES IN SI»KIN(i ur.\, I',\.
Mrs. Jessi? C. Hayden, aged 68
years, widow of John Hayden, died in
Spring Rirn, Pa., Friday. June 19th.
Funeral services were held in her late
home Sunday and interment in the
plot of her first husband, Maxwell
Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden were
proper ty (wner-s and residents of
Southern F’ines for many years until
his death la.st Npvembor.
DO FALSE TEETH
ROCK. SLIDE OR SLIP?
FASTEETH, a new. greatly im-
proved powder to be sprinkled or*
upper or lower plate.s, holds false
teeth firm and comfortable. Can not
slide, slip, rock or pop-out. Nr*
gunim.v, gooey, pasty ta.ste or fter-
ing. Makes breath sweet and plejia-
ant. Get FASTEETH
today at any good
"STAY PUT" /
LONG DISTANCE BUS RATES
greatly slashed, Wa.shington, D. C,
•■Sl.M; Philadelphia. $7.50; New
York, $8.95; Boston. $11.75. 10 per
cent off round-trip. Convenient
stop-overs. Tickets infcrmation at
Postal Telegraph Co.. Southern
Pinas and Pinehurst. Jul.3
NOW OPEN I'NTIL 10:00 o’clock
nights for the accommodation of
the p*ach men and other customers.
ITse Postal T legraph for cheaper
r-ates and quicker service. W'e can
handle your telegram to any des
tination and guarantee delivery.
Postal Telegraph Phone 6381. Jull7.
FiEFINED LADY would like place
as companion to lady or plain sew
ing in the home. References ex
changed. Miss M. McDuffie, Mars-
ton, N, C,
McNeil! & ( o.
Feed and Seed .Stores
.Southern I'ines and Fayellcville
THE R K
Southern Pines, N. O.
A Country Day aiid
for children under fourietn years.
Open air classes, and all
Music - Art - Handicrafts
MILLICENT A. HAYES
GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CC., Inc. ^
Loultvlll* • Owensboro
Largomt DIaUlltry In Kentucky
gAmember how you leU back
there in 1917 and ’18 when
you stood rigidly (yet ill at
ease) and waited to learn
whether or not it would be
Sunday K. P. for you? Sure
you do! WELL—
tnd il yo»v fail to pass this time you won’t get by with peeling
spuds on Sunday - - - NO SIH! £0 before that Bonus money is
spent see that the daeires of your “oCicer in charge” are mtt.
Have that Electric Range or Wclsr Heater installed, or p-
her with an Elec ic Refrigerator.
V O U IjJ
:f itc I Ric Ai.
D f ^ L C ft I
and the new CHEAP rates make comp?*:i«
electrification a real economy. Invv.^#»'l«’
POWER & LIGHT
Evelyn M. Edson
John S. Ruggles
We are determined to reduce our Used Car stock by
the end of June and in order to accomplish this objective
we have cut prices to the bone.
Your price will be our price and your terms will be
our terms during: this sale.
Come One—Come All—and join the happy throng
of owners of dependable used cars from
C. G. FARRELL
Aberdeen, N. C.
NID-SODTH NOTORS, Inc.
Drs. Neal, Beard
Swinnerton Stables, Southern
Pines on Mondays
Race Track, Pinehurst on
rxiNTER — DBCORATOB
WALL PAPEM i
Phone 6f22 I
E. V. PERKINSON
Iftlnni Pfaic% N. C. Td.
will be in bii Affica o\r«r tk«
Pott Office, Sanford, N. C., trtry
Wodncsday, fi)oa 10:00 ». bl, to
S:00 p. m. Don’t lifi to Um U
yonr e>M aro