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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, Nbrth Carolina
Friday, November 6, 1936.
Pinehuntt and Southern Ptnes
»KO KADIO J>ICIUItE
Monday, Nov. 16th,
3:00 & 8:20 P. M.
The Week in Aberdeen
Purvis Ferree has accepted a pos- the week-end with Mr. Huntleys par-
ition with the Pinehurst Country Club ; ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Huntley,
for the winter season. I Mis Bertie Goodwin went to Ral-
Henry Wilder returned to State eigh Tuesday where seh will visit
Tuesday, Nov. 17th,
3:00 & 8:20 P. M.
Wednesday, Nov. 18th,
3:00 & 8:20 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd of Car
thage spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Dock Byrd.
Miss Glorie Gray Medlin has been
confined ta her home with a severe
Bo bWllder attended the Wake For-
rest-Duke football game Saturday.
Mrs. B. G. Peterson spent the
Week-end in High Point and was ac
companied home by Mrs. C. L. Ccle.
her brother for a few days.
Dr. Clement Monroe tnd several
nurser of the Moore County Hospi
tal staff were dinne rguest of Miss
Theresa Zimmerman last Sunday.
Misses Clara Blue and Mary Ellen
Bethune spent last Friday night in
Vass where they were the guest of
Mis Irene Cameron.
Mis Vanessa McLean and Miss Reb
ecca Cock attended the North Cen
tral District Teachers Association
Thursday, Nov. 19th,
3:00 & 8:20 P. >1.
? ni'j-j': *0CHEUI HUDSON
I. . if;- SUM SUMMfRVtlll
Friday, Nov. 20th,
3:00 & 8:20 P. M.
“Go West Young Man”
Saturday, Nov. 21st,
3:00 & 8:20 P. M.
fw A/. MICHAEL WHALEN
A New Universal Picture
At Southern Pines
Mon., Tue., Wed.,
Nov. 16, 17, 18, 8:15
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00
Robert Reeves of Sanford former meeting held in Raleigh last Friday,
operator of the Western Union office ; Miss Margaret Lewis and Miss
here, spent Sunday in town. | Minnie Brewer have returned from
Mrs. Fannie Edwards is ill at her • Jonesboro after a visit with their
home on Lakeside Heights. Her brother, Henry Brewer,
daughters, Mrs. Mclntine of Raeford, j Mr. and Mrs, E. T. McKeithen and
and Mrs, Brooks of Hartsville, S. C. I gon Leland attended the Home-Com-
are with her. j ing at Davidson Saturday and wit-
Mrs. Ira B. Jones of Lancaster, S. ! nessed the Davidson-Carolina foot-
C.. a respresentative of the Home' ball game-
Insurance Company, was a guest of : Mis Ruth McLe anof G reensbcro,
Mr. and Mrs. Reid Page over the past' spent the week-end with her parents,
week-end. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLean.
Miss Gwendolyn Zimmerman, who i Monks, Misses Cliffie Williams,
is teaching at Rankin, spent the week Margaret McLeod and Mae Monks
end with her parents. j motored to Rosehill Sunday where
L. M. Clark of Fayettivelle has ac-1 they visited Miss Margaret Shaw,
cepted a position with Bryn Drug | Miss Elizbeth David, Miss Blanche
Company. I Sturdivant and C. W. Sturdivant
Mr. and Mrs. William Huntley, Jr. Igpent last Sunday in Charlotte,
and small son cf Greensboro, spent [ Mrs. Carolyn Kyles, of Charlotte,
was a guest cf Mrs. W’imberly Bow
man for several days last week.
Makie Caldwell attended the Da-
idson-Carolina football game at Dav
idson last Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Bryant left Monday for
Charlotte where she will undergo a
For storage charges due we will j treatment in a Charlotte Hospital,
sell at public auction at 12:00 o’clock, | Robert N. Page, Sr. was hos-
noon, Monday November 30th, in t^gg jq the Walter Hines Page Book
front of the Page Motor Company, | o^b last Thursday at her Home on
Broad street. Southern Pines, N. C., i page Hill. After the business meet-
one Model T. Ford car, motor num- j l M. Hall read a paper on
ber 12876502, owner unknown. j music appreciation and Mrs. E. T.
PAGE MOTOR CO., | McKeithen discussed the county Mat-
Southern Pines, N. C. |crnity Clinic. The subject of the meet-
N6-N27. ! jng was “Oklahoma” with Mrs. Geo-
FOR RENT: Centrally located, sun-1 Martin reading a paper. ‘‘Okla
ny three room apai|ment. ’ Also orge Martin reading a paper, Okla-
single rooms. Lillian Roberts, Cor-,homa, the Boomer State,’ and Mrs,
ner Penn. Ave. and Ashe street. IW. T. Huntley gave and mterestmg
; talk on the life of Will Rogers. Mrs.
SALE OF CAB
M MAUREEN O’SULLIVAN
IS ^rq (inkiuyn
At Southern Pines
Thu. & Fri., Nov. 19,
Matinee at 3:00
“'"an This Be Dixie”
At Southern Pines
Saturday, Nov. 21st,
8:15 P. M.
MAKE THAT LONG DISTANCE Rgid Pag closed the program with a
Trip by bus and save the differ-1 vocal s.lo, “Home On the Range-”
ence. Special round-trip rates New, xhe hostess severed refreshments
York $14.85; Philadelphia, $12.95; and was assisted by her sister, Miss
Baston, $20.25; fToronto $25.65.
Tickets and information at Postal
Telegraph Co., Southern Pines. n20
Mrs. Page has returned form a
visit with Mr. and Mr.s Jesse Page at
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Swaringen and
children of Sanford were in town
QUIET, restful country place for per
sons, young or old, nervously in.
dined. Special diets. Tender care.
Modern conveniences. Rates begin, Saturday.
at $12.50 per. week, incuding laun- ^he Kiwanins Club was entertam
dry, depending upon services re
quired and condition of guests.
Write Bex 332, “ Home”, Bennetts-
vile S. C.
HOSPITABLE plantation home op
en to aged and convalescents. Ideal
retreat for elderly parents and in
laws. Modern conveniences, near
hospital, telephone. Rates, includ
ing laundry, depending upon ser
vices required, begin at $9 weekly.
Write to Mimosa Plantation, Mc-
Ccll, S. C.
ed this week by the Parent Teachers
Association for the benefit of the Hot
Mr. and Mrs. E, T. McKeithen en
tertained at dinner last week for Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson C. Hyde of Southern
and Miss Mildred Petway of Pine-
EPISCOP.VL C'HI RCH NEWS
REEL TO BE SHOWN HERE
Motion pictures of various phases
I of the work of the Episcopal Church
BOARDERS WANTED. Terms reas- Diocese of North Carohna will
onable. Hot and cold water, steam
heat. Huntington Lodge, No. 75 S.
E. street. Southern Pines.
A Nice Kimball Piano for sale $60.00.
Apply Mrs. Hilton Kelly, Cameron,
TWO AND THREE room apart
ments at the BEVERLY. Steam
heat. Lights and hot water includ
ed in rent. Also use of large sunny
living r_om and telephone. J. B.
N. 13 ■
be shown at a meeting to be held
at Emmanuel Episcopal Church to
morrow, Saturday evening. The pic
tures. some in technicolor, will be ac
companied by brief explanatory re
marks by the Rev- David T. Eaton,
rector of the Church of the Holy
The bishop of the Missionary Dis
trict of Arizona, the Rt. Rev. Walter
A. Mitchell, D. D„ will be the chief
speaker at the meeting. Bishop Mit
chell, who is one of the outstanding
jleaders of the Episcopal Church, will
speak on the world-wide mission of
e'OR RENT TO COUPLE nice large ' ^^at Church,
first floor bed-rocm. Heat, private ' The Rector and Wardens of Em-
bath, meals reasonable. Phone 6902,
p. O. Box 454, Southern Pines.
manuel Church extend a cordial invi
tation to the public to attend the
meeting at 8:00 o’clock Saturday eve-
Order a Sandhill Ham, smoked with ning.
corn cobbs and hickory wood. They —
are different from any other hams. ^ ruMM.VGE S.ALE S.VTURDAY
Satisfaction guaranteed. Sold ex-
clusively by H. A. Lewis. Southern Rummage Sale will be held on
Pines. j Saturday, November 21, at Welch’s
FOR RENT newly furnished apart
ment, 4 rooms and bath, hot water
and heat included in rent. Goad lo
cation. Apply Highland Lod,(rj.
FAT PINE RAILS FOR SALE—C-
C- Moore, Carthage, Route 1.
Some bargains at the Trade Store.
One piano, in good condition. Sap-
erflex Oil Heaters. Cook stoves.
Coal and Wood heaters. Breakfast
set. Kitchen cabinet. Beadstead,
Springs. Sectional book case, Dres
sers, Chiffoniers, Chairs, Baby beds
Sewing machines and many other
useful articles- H. A. Lewis, Trad
Store in the Arcade Building, beginn
ing at 9:00 and continuing as long as
the stock lasts This sale is sponsored
by Grcup II of the Woman’s Society
of, the Church of Wide Fellowship,
under the direction if Mrs. Harry W.
Gage, Mrs. P- P- Pelton and Mrs. E.
C. Eddy, There will be just about
everything on display: clothes for the
men, women and children, house
hold furnishings and supplies, toil
et goods, and miscellaneous^—very
miscellaneous—articles. Everybody is
invited to contribute, or to buy. (And
just in time for the fall house clear
Emmett E. Boone, Sr., has gone
to New York on a business trip.
EXPERIENCED colored woman
wants work as cook, reference, ad
dress Goode, Route 2, B:x 97,
Aberdeen, N. C.
At Southern Iffiies
“The Man I Marry” a rollicking
romantic comedy from Universay
studios will be the attraction at the
Southern Pines Theatre Monday,
At Pinehurst j Tuesday, Wednesday, November 16,
On account of the P. G. A. tour- , j^g ^ Tuesday matinee at
nament at Pinehurst, the Carolina ^ night shows at 8:15. The star
Theatre will be open all six days ’ picture is ®oris Nolan, a
with a change of program daily and fjaming new screen personality who
with a matinee daily at 3:00 and previously scored a hit on the
nightly at 8:20 p. m. ^ Brcadway stage in “Night of Jan-
Tempestuous Katharine Hepburn ; jgth." The story relates the
rattles the dry bones of an archaic , adventures of a girl who runs away
social order as an intensely human j^om one wedding, to get entangled
heroine, with Herbert Marshall a , romance with a man who resents
sympathetic foil and comfort in her , women should shape his
ordeal of menaced romance that | jjpgtiny. The humor of the picture
comes to the screen under the title i ^gvolves about the resulting conflict
of “A Woman Rebels,” at Pinehurst, these central figures. Fur-
Monday, November 16th at 3:00 and comedy is contributed by three
8:20 P. M. Their co-starring photo-| comedians, “Chic” Sale,
play is heralded as an emotional gi^ggtg Gallagher and Cliff Edwards,
drama which gives both stars unus- i known character of mod-
ual scope for heart appeal. This fj^tion, cartoon and screen —the
new offering is especially calculated j popular adventure hero in all
to give Miss Hepburn’s following a jjjgtoj.y—the idol of untold millcns of
view of her in a heart-warming role of every race, color and
comparable to her “Alice Adams.” | delight of hosts of men
Dramatically revealing the secret* ^ women TARZAN is again to un-
of the world’s greatest jewelry cen-1 thrilling jungle life in a
ter, a district guarded as carefully ‘ Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. This
as the National Treasury against the - jg --Tarzan Escapes” and
hordes of thieves lured from all over j^^nny Weissmuller is Tarzan
the world, “15 Maiden Lane,” 20th again Maureen O’Sullivan is the
Century Fox's story of the famous j^er:ine. The eagerly awaited picture
Diamond Row comes Tuesday, No- attraction at the Southeni
vember 17th, at 3 and 8:20 p. m. to Theatre, Thur.sday and Fri-
the Pinehurst Theatre. Cast in the November 19, 20. with a Thurs-
role of a clever, silk-hatted crook ^j^^y matinee at 3 and the night shows
daring enough to attempt a robbery g.^ hordes of jungle
the rest of the underworld considers beasts, with enough thrills for a doz-
far to: risky, Cesar Romero achieves pj, pictures, and with a brand new
a polished performance in suavity romantic idea, the adventure yarn
and coolness. Claire Trevor, feaf ir- xarzan and his beloved Jane
ed as the niece of the head of the j^to the land of the giant bats where
company insuring the gem stolen by perils never before filmed are en-
Romero, turns amateur detective and countered. Als^ a Mickey Mouse,
determines to recoVer the millon “Donald and Pluto”
dollar loss as well as break up the
ring of jewel thieves victimizing Dia
mond Row. Pretending to fall in with
the plans of Romero, Claire leads him
on imtil she finds herself in a strat
egic position resulting in a whirl
wind denouement that not only re
covers the stolen diamond but loot
from several other robberies as well.
T.*Vit perennially popular form of
entertainment, the murder mystery,
takes its first real "kidding” in
“Mad Holiday” the attraction Wed
nesday, November 18th at 3:00 and
8:20, Despite the that “Mad
Holiday” pokes fun at the Philo
Vances and the S. S. Van Dynes and
even at previous mystery pictures, it
winds up as a real mystery itself,
full of suspense. The picture is the
first for both Edmund Lowe arud
Elissa Landi under new long-term
contracts, and both of them, cur
iously enough, practically imperson
ate themselves in their roles.
A new and great film star, in the
person of Gladys George, noted stage
actress who made theatre history last
season when she appeared in almost
700 successive performances of “Per
sonal Appearance,” makes her debut
at Pinehurst Thursday, November
19th at 3:00 and 8:20 in the motion
picture version of Barry Benefield's
best selling novel, “Valiant is the
Word for Carrie.” Miss George is
noted for her dramatic and emotion
al roles and the mother-role she
creates in “Valiant is the Word for
Carrie” is said to set a new high
standard for film portrayals. Assist
ing her are Arline Judge, John How
ard, Isabel Jewell, Harry Carey, Dud
ley Digges, William Collier, Sr..
Suspense gives way to heart-tugs,
pathos yields to hilarious laughter,
and dramatic strife alternates with
charming romance in “Reunion,”
heart-warming screen story of the ' |'
country doctor who summons his
3,000 “babies” back to him with all
their grown-up tears and troubles
and heart-pangs. ^’Reunion” is the at
traction at Pinehurst Friday, Nov.
20th at 3:00 and 8:20. In a story
rich and real in romance and emo
tion, high-lighted by the most up
roarious comedy the screen has seen
in years, we follow the inter-twinning
fortunes of the old doctor’s “babies”
as they come back to share their
j'ys and tears with the man who
brought them into the world. The
world renowned Dionne Quins are
starred with Jean Hersholt, Rochelle
Hudson, Helen Vinson, Slim Summer
ville and others make up the im
Glamorous Mae West goes rural in
her latest mirthquake, “Go West
Young Man,” a riotous comedy of
love on the farm, the attraction at
Pinehurst Saturday, November 21st
at 3:00 and 8:20. Cast as a high-
strung movie star whose romantic
life is curbed by a clause in her con
tract, Miss West meets and falls in
love with Randolph Scott, an automo
bile mechanic and inventor on a
Pennsylvania farm. Warren William,
cast as her press agent, has the en
viable job of seeing to it that she
lives up to her contract and the
means he employs to insure it, add
mucii to the gen«ral hilarity of the
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YOUR COAL BURNING HEATINQ
Laughs from the land of cotton,
songs with Southern charm and Har
lem pep and romance under the
moonlight and magnolias highlight
Jane Withers’ hilarious and tuneful,
new triumph, “Can This Be Dixie,”
the attraction at Southern Pines
Saturday, November 21st at 3:00 and
8:15. With the Irrepressible, peppery
and ever dynamic Jane demonstrat
ing her versatility and winning new
laurels In a picture that surpasses
even the best of her past hits. Slim
Summerville heads the outstanding
cast. As added attraction, the new
“Our Gang comedy, "Second Child
The winners In the duplicate bridge
tournament at the Pine Needles Inn
Tuesday night were North-South, Mr.
Jay Douglas cf Pinehurst, runners up
Dr. and Mrs. George Proctor of Ab
erdeen. East-West, Dr. Daniels and
Mr. Worsham of Southern Pines, run
ners-up Mrs. Emmett Boone and Mrs.
Emmett Boone, Jr. The tournaments
Stokol stokera bring auto
matic heat within everyone’*
reach. A small down pay
ment installs Stokol in your
preaent heatine plant—terms
to suit. Pays for itself out of
sartngt. Act while prices are
4till low. Guaranteed for two
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feea only stoker that feeds
frrmt any angle.
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FARRELL COAL CO.
Telephone 58 Aberdeen. Our repre
sentative will call without obligation
‘ V H.G. MCELR.OY
ANDREW JOHNSON’S T-\IL.OR
Andrew Johnson, of North Caro
lina, 17th President, was appren
tice to a tailor at ten. His fellow
workmen taught him the alpha
bet, and after he married, his wife
taught him to write.
Thoughtful consideration and good
taste mank each c«r(*mony where
we officiate. We perform this
promise—“.4 Service within your
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
PHONE 6161-SOUTHERN PINES
Looks Like Old Man
Winter Has Come For
a Visit. Well We Can’t
Stop The Cold Wea
ther, But We Have
Just the Things to
Keep the Chills From
Running up and Down
Fit Yourself With a Nice
New Pair of Shoes, Some
Warm P’leecy Uuderwear,
New Pants, a Good Wool
Sweater, and Top it Off With
a Chesterfield Hat.
Then Defy the Weather.
We Can Fix Up the Ladies
Too, Just as Well.
OUR PRICES ARE UjW
FOR STANDARD GOODS
Aberdeen and Southern Pines
M. H. FOLLEY
Lumber, Millwork and
C. G. FARRELL
Aberdeen, N. C.
Mrs. Eileen L. Healy
Free to call at residence or
Tel. 5492 office.
Tel. 7902 Southern Pines
J. Ma WINDHAM
Southern Pines, N. C.
Blanche Ea Sherman
Paul T. Barnum, Inc.
Insurance Agency—Tel. 51^1
DrSa Neal, Beard
Pinehurst Race Trace Phone 8046