North Carolina Newspapers

    Friday, Septembtr 25, 1936.
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, Nbrth Carolina
Page Five
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Clectcic Razors
Shave the Modern Way
Broad Street Pharmacy
Prescription Druggists
R. L. Hart, Proprietor
is sold
But we have two other bargains that are well worth
your inspection if yon want to save advancing rent.
R. F, Potts
Real Estate
Telephone 5881
Theatre Building
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hilderman
? Extend a Most Cordial Invitation
To Inspect
(Formerly Johnson House)
On East Massachusetts Avenue Southern Pines, N. C.
Now open for the Entertainment of
Milk Prices
Effective October 1st
Milk. 17c Qt.; 9c Pt.
)Cream, 40 Percent, $1.20 Qt.; 30c, Half Pint.
20 Percent Cream, 20c Half Pt.
Milk—14c Quart
Cream—40 Percent, $1.00 Quart.
Cream—20 Percent, 60c Quart.
Sandhills Dairymen’s
Mutual Association, Inc.
Royalton Pines Dairy, W. W. Olive
Lakeview Dairy, J. E. Caviness
Southbrook Dairy, J. M. Davis
Silver Springs Dairy, E. J. Austin
Southern Pines Dairy, K. D. Bristow
Leslie Dairy, F. W. Taylor
Osco Farms Dairy* R. L. Sugg
Niagara Dairy, Mary Snipes
The Week in Southern Pines
Mrs. E. J.
Barton has returned | dent this year at New York Univer
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ohland of Grand
Rapids, Mich, left Tuesday for Ashe
ville foljowing a few days stay with
friends in Southern Pines.
Dr. and Mrs- M. G. Simpson have
returned from several weeks stay in
the north.
Billy Wilson, student at State Col
lege in Raleigh spent the week-end
Little Pete Agnew returned Sunday
from several weeks visit with rela
tives in Hot Springs, Va.
Mrs. Margaret Carter and small
son Ralph of Washington, D. C. are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Crane
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant and
small son Billy spent Sunday in Var.
Alden Bowers of Raleigh spent the
week-end in Southern Pines.
H. W. Dorn is undergoing treat
ment in Dr. Matheson’s hospital in
Mrs. Joe DeBerry' and son Jimmy
have returned from a month’s stay
in Kentucky.
Mrs. Ted Kennedy Is in the Moore
County Hospital recovering from an
appendectomy performed there Sun
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chandler are
spending two weeks vacation tour
ing through the State of North Car
Mrs. Paul Barnum of Charlotte
spent some time in Southern Pines
this week.
Mrs. Clyde Ci i qt Corinth was
the recent guest of Mrs. W. C. Cou.
Mrs. Julia Chambers and Miss Jul
ia Kirwan have arrived for the sea
son from Wllliamstown, Mass.
Miss Carolyn Jenks returned Fri
day from Banner Elk where she spent
the summer months.
Miss Eleanor Shaw returned to
Miss Mary Savage of Greenville Is ^ Southern Pines Saturday following
spending a few days In Southern a few weeks stay in Cambridge, |
Pines. I Mass. !
Miss Sarah McCain and Miss Louise Elizabeth O’Callaghan returned ,
Young were guests of Mis.s Isobel Wednesday from Jersey City Med-
Pelton on Thursday of last week.
Howard Hassell has accepted a pos-
from six weeks stay in Maine and
Mrs. S. B. Milliken of Sanford is
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. S- Milli
ken for several days
Miss Theodora Ringwald of Chat
tanooga, Tenn. is visiting her sister,
Mrs. F. W. Goodwill.
Mrs. J. S Milliken was hostess to
the Afternoon Club at her home on
New Hampshire Avenue last Friday.
Mrs. F. W. Goodwill and children
and their house guest Miss Theodora
Ringwald spent last week-end at Car
olina Beach.
Mr. (and Mrs. D. S. Ray and child
ren spent last week-end at Myrtle
Mrs. Hoyt Shaw entertained at
luncheon at her home, Shawarden, on
Tuesday, honoring Mrs. Milliken,,
house guest of Dr. and Mrs. James
Milliken. After lunch the guests en
joyed a box party at the Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. James Hafey, parents
of the Most Rev. J. Hafey, Bishop of
Raleigh, arrived recently from Chic
opee, Mass. and will make their
home in Southern Pines.
William C. Mudgett, Jr. left Wed
nesday to resume his studies at Cho
ate School in Wallingford, Conn.
Mrs. A. S. Ruggles is spending a
few days in Raleigh.
Miss Millie Montesanti Is recover
ing from a recent illness.
Cliff Johnson has returned from a
week’s vacation in Florida.
Miss Blanche Sherman visited
friends in Siler City Sunday.
Miss Julia Mowry spent Wednes
day In Raleigh.
Mrs. Mary Green has returned from
two month’s stay in Michigan.
Miss Lenora Rlggan of Fayette
ville spent the week-end in Southern
Pines as the guest of Mrs. Earle Mer
stymie was a cruel break against Mc
Lean,” but the Atlantan still be
lieves in the stymie rule.
The Pinehurst Silk Mill, Moore
County’s large rayon concern, is be
ginning excavation for a new “throw-
'Ing-room” building, 210x165 feet,
which will adjoin the preparation
plant and office quarters- The steady
growth of the output of rayon goods
trom this mill has necessitated mov
ing the throwing room division into
'new quarters of its own. The new
building will be a one.story, brick
structure with the rest of the plant.
Mrs. Earl Merrill entertained at
three tables of bridge last Saturdsgr
evening. ■
Jtt iKentDriant
In loving rememberance of my dear
husband, Joe Fuller, who died one
year ago, September 23, 1935.
One year ago you left us.
How we, the lonely ones bear
A lonely home, a silent voice
And only a vacant chair.
In life we did our best for you,
In death we did the same.
Heart of our lives is buried deep
Under the sod where you are
So cold and still you are sleeping,
While all the world is gay;
Thy work is done, low sinks the sun
On thy mound this day.
Even death has its wonderful mis
Though it robs us of those we
love; j
It draws us from our surroundings I
To long for the meeting above.
—By his wife, Cora M. Fuller.,
Watoh For Panu-huteti to Be
Dropped Saturday
The following Merchants are
sponsoring a free ride at the
Knoll wood Airport Sunday:
Southern Pines
Clark’s Garage
Thrower’s Pharmacy
Elite Dress Shop
Williams Service Station
The Valet
L. V. O’Callaghan
Southern Pines Laundry Co.
Tot’s Toggery
C. J. Simons
The Pilot
Aberdeen Hardware Co.
Mid-South Motor Co.
South Street Service Station
Moore Motor Co.
Sandhill Citizen
Stewart’s Service Station
Carthage Electric Supply Co.
Baker’s Market
Reid Flinchum Department Store
Allen Drug & Sundry Co.
Moore County News-
Stutts Supply Co.
A. & P. Store
Gouger & Veno
Harold Bachman
ition with the Shaw Paint and Wall
paper Company.
Miss Mary Frances Cameron ot
Vass is visiting friends in town for
a few days.
leal Center where she has been for j;
several weeks. ^
Homes For Rent
Building Sites For Sale
southern Pines,
C. St
Mrs. J. W. Gibson visited friends ^ |j
in Siler City over the week.end.
The many friends of W'ill Bailey |1
will be glad to know that he has re- t:
turned from a Charlotte hospital In H
Mrs. Margaret Weaver of Alabama Charlotte where he recently under- H
is spending a few days in Southern went a major operation.
I Clyde Council is making a satis- H
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Routh and fam- factory r-'covery in the Hamlet Hos. ^
lly spent the week-end in Greensboro, pltal and will be able to return to his l|
Miss Ruth Atkins and George home in a few da vs. H
Christmas spent Sunday in Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Morse of Water-
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Sherman bury, Vt- were the guests of Mr. and ' «
have returned from a summer spent Mrs. Howard McNeill Wednesday. H
in Thousand Island Park, N. Y. | The Women’s Auxiliary of the «
Dr. W. C. Mudgett returned Sun- Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. 1|
day from a two weeks stay in New Lawrence Grover Tuesday night at §
York City. j her home on Grover Road. Ij
Leon Fields and Alex Fields, Jr. There will be volley ball and games H
spent Sunday at Kure Beach. I at the Church of Wide Fellowship »
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Weeks of Friday evening at 8:00. i|:
Tarboro, were the week-end guests - - ::
North Carolina
Stymie Decided Title.
Saj^s George Dunlap, Jr.
Former National Champion
Hold.s It Cheated Britisher
Out of Championship
of Mrs. Winnie Dodge at her home
on Ashe street.
Robert Henderson spent Thursday
and Friday of last week in Charlotte
on buslness-
Wade Stevlck and Mrs. Charles
Stevlck have returned from a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hall announce Johnny Fischer’s magnificent rush to (
the birth of a son, Leighton Carlyle, victory over Jack McLean of Scotland i
Jr. on Saturday September 19. | iii the National Amateur folf champ-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers ot ionship has been clouded last Satur-
Manchester, spent Thursday in Sou-1 •J&y by another heated controversy !
them Pines. They left Friday with over the stymie. j
Mrs. Jessie Rogers and Nettie Ayres ' Fischer defeated the Scotch final- i
for Nebraska. ^ ist last Saturday by squaring the i
Lieut, and Mrs. J. Johnson have match on the 36th hole and taking |
leased the Soperhouse on Ashe street the extra hole hole by dropping a 20-
and are now occupying it.
Miss Marion Johnson left this week
for Georgia where she will be a stud-
I ent at Valdosta College.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M- Grey are
again occupying their home on May
W. H. W'olnough has returned from
a few week’s stay in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Merrill are ex
pected to arrive Saturday from Bar
ton, Vt. where they spent the sum.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McNeill return
ed Wednesday from Linville where
they spent several days. They were
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foot putt for a birdie three
Pointing out the “Fischer’s finish 1
was the greatest I’ve ever seen” I
George T. Dunlap,Jr., of Pinehurst, |
National amateur champion in 1933, j
nevertheless declared that “the cham- \
plonshlp was decidcd on the 34th
green by the stymie rule”.
“There never was a better argu.
ment against the stymie than the
result of that hole,” Dunlap said.
“McLean played three perfect shots
and was a foot from the cup. Johnny
hit his first putt five feet past and
then hit a bad second putt which
stopped on the lip of the cup dead
accompanied home by Mrs. McNeill’s , McLean’s line. There was nothing
niece. Miss Florence Smith of Bir
mingham, who will visit them for a
Mrs. E. K. Kane, Mrs. Edgar John
son and small daughter Delaney of
Kushequa, Pa- are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Butler.
‘The Home School and Playground” will re-open October
5th for Kindergarten and Primary Grades
Director, Laura M. Jenks
McLean could do. He wasn’t reward
ed for hitting his three good shots
and Johnny wasn’t penalized for hit
ting a bad putt.
“McLean then played the bravest
shot I’ve ever seen. He tried to pitch
his ball over Fischer’s when the
Miss Mary Grace Pethick left last | chemcea were 95-5 that he’d either
week to resume her studies at Sweet
Briar College in Lexington, Va,
Mrs. R. F. Potts left Tuesday morn- ^
Ing for a few days stay in New York to sink a four footer to get a half.
knock Johnny’s ball Into the cup or
leave himself a four or five foot putt
coming back. As it was, he did have
Pilot Advertising Pays
Mr- and Mrs- E. C. Eddy and daugh
ter Alice returned Monday from
Lakeport, N. H- where they spent the
summer. Miss Ellenore Eddy Is a stu_ j ted after the tournament that “the
and believe me four feet at that stage
of the game looks like a mile.”
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experience with these things, admit-
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