Friday, April 12th, 1940.
THE PILOT, Soiidiern I’iiu's and Aberdeen. North Carolina
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Broad Street Pharmacy
R L. Hart, Proprietor
Phone 5411 Southern Pines
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East Broad Street Telephone 6852 Southern Pines
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Give your table the colorful touch that only fresh, crisp vegeta
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your menu plans.
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Miss Mary Blymyer of Highland
Grove has as her guest Mi.ss Chris
tine Sturges of Ann Arbor, Mich.
Miss P^dith Poate left Thursday
night for Glenside, Philadelphia, Pa.
lo attend the wedding of a cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collings-
torU and family spent the week-end
in Charl9tte visiting friends and rel
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Potts returned
Saturday from Daytona Beach, Fla.,
where they spent the month of
Mr. and Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson
of Chicago, 111., are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F^rnest L. Ives for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of
Raleigh spent the wek.end with Mrs.
Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H,
Mrs. D. J. Welch spent Sunday in
Raleigh visiting her mother, Mrs. W.
Miss Frances Mills spent the week,
end in Raleigh visiting her friend,
Miss Jewell Eatrnan.
Mi.ss Ruth Burr San'jo:n, who
has been in Moore County Hospital
for several weeks, returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walker and
daughters Jean and Joan, and Mrs.
Clyde Taylor of Sandy Lake, Pa.
were guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank E. W'alker.
Mrs. Ernest Hintz left last week
for Spring Lake to join her husband.
Mr.s. L. B. Rorie visited her dau.
ghter, Mrs. Einest Hintz at Spring
Lake over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs and
Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs spent
Sunday in Linden visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Hobbs. Sr.
Mrs. Charles H. Krauter, mother
of Mrs. Emmett French, and her
sister, Mrs. John H. Long of Youngs
town, Ohio, who have ben the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. French for the past
month, returned home Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Willetts
and son George, who have ben spend
ing the winter months in Cuba and
Florida, arrived Sunday night lo be
the guests of Mrs. Reid Healy for a
few days, en-route to their h^Tke in
Roslyn, N. Y. They were entertained
at tea on Monday afternoon by Mr.
and Mrs. Almet Jenks, and Mrs. Healy
gave a dinner for her guests on
Miss Becky Neil returned to
Green.sboro Monday to resume her
studies after spending the Spring
holiday with her parents, Di. and
MI'S. J. I. Neal.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerome W^ May of
New York City and Sunnyside are
the guests of Mrs. H. Sylve.ster Bar-
wood for a short stay. Mrs. May was
formerly Susanne Green.
Miss Geneva Hall of Greensboro
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr .and Mrs. Reid Hall.
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell G. Sim-
son returned Friday from St. Peters
burg, Fla., where they spent the
Mrs. William B. Montgomery of
Lynchburg, Va. ,and Mrs. John Dock,
ery of Rockingham left for their re
spective homes last week after spend
ing several days as the guest of Miss
Mrs. Lucille Peak and son David
of Binghamton, N .Y., who have
been visiting Mrs. G. C. Abraham
returned hom(e the latter part of last
Morell Bentley, 3d of Ann Arbor,
Mich., and his friend, N. Stewart
■Robson of Rochester, N. Y., are vis
iting Mr. Bentley’s mother, Mrs.
Carlton Wicker for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Moore
and daughter Jane are spending some
time in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T.. Barnum left
Saturday for Ashtabula, Ohio to be
with Mrs. Bamum’s mother, Mrs.
Sarah George who is seriously ill.
M!rs. Thomas Walker and Small
son John left Tuesday for Indiana
polis. Ind., where they will visit Mrs.
Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
T. Moore for two or three weeks.
Master Harry Raymond returned
home from Moore County Hospital
Wednesday where he underwent an
operation for tonsillectomy.
S. B. Richardson was taken on
Wednesday night to the Moore
County Hospital where he underwent
an operation for appendicitis.
Tinmiy Ives ,.son of Mr. and Mrs.
f.rncst L. Iveg celebrated his twelfth
birthday Tiio.sday afternoon by tak
ing IS of hi.s friend.s to the movies.
After the movies they all returned to
Timmy's home and played games. A
large bu thday cake was cut and seiv.
ed with ice cream.
Miss F:ieanor Grover and Miss Lu-
cille Grover were joint hoste.s.ses to
tJie membeis of the Jun|>r Civic
Club at bridge on Tuesday night at
the clubhouse. Four tables were in
play, the first phze being awarded
to Mi.ss Katherine Buchan and the
booby prize to Miss Iris Tate. 'Re-
freshments were sei-ved after prizes
Mi.ss Helen Ten^le Cook of the
Dana Hall Schools, near Boston,
Mass., was a visitor at The Ark
School heta thi.s week.
Mrs. Cyrus Butler and son Bobby
who have been visiting Mrs. Bion
H. Butler for the past week for An
derson, S. C., where they will visit
Mrs. Butler's mother.
The Woman’s Missionary Society
of the Church of Wide Fellowship
will meet at the home of Mrs. E. Levis
Prizer on Wednesday^ April I7th. Mrs.
William E. Wisstman, president of
the Congregational Mi.ssionary Socie
ties of this district, will be pre.sent
and will give a review of the book
from -Tragedy to Triumph.”
Mrs. Edgar Johnson and daughter
Delancey of Kushequa. Pa., are vis
iting Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Ho
ward Butler for a few weeks.
Miss Nancy Wrenn has returned
to her studies at Duke University af
ter spending the Spring hc’idays here
with her mother, Mr». V. Page
George C. Abraham, who has been
ill in Moore County Hospital for the
past month undergoing treatments,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mr.<?. Drake and their
niece of Smethport, Pa. .have rented
the VanCamp apartment for two or
Mi.ss Adeline Cook has rented her
house for the balance of the season
to Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Ellis.
for Boys and Men—Slacks and Shirt to match of light
weight summer fabrics, per set
$2.95 — $3.95 — $4.95
For the little boys, too, with Shorts or Longies,
Solid colors, fancies, lisles, silks, English Ribs
35c and 50c per pair
All Spring merchandise .....
SUITS, DRESSES, SWEATERS
.... reduced for immediate clearance
Mrs. S. A. Worsley spent Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leace and
children left Monday for Asheville
where they will make their home.
Mrs. Alton McLean and litttle son,
Dudley left Monday night for a vis
it with relatives in Wa.shington, D.
Mrs. Knox Matthews entertained
at three tables of bridge at her
home on W'ednesday afternoon, high
score prize going to Mrs. Purvis
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Caviness an
nounce the arrival of a daughter,
Glenda Deretta. on Saturday, April
6th. at Moore County Hospital.
W. B. Warner of the Ford garage
has entered Moore County Hospital
Miss Frances Pleasants entertain,
ed at three tables of bridge at her
home last Wednesday night, honor
ing Mrs. Ralph Leach who Is leaving
to make her home in Asheville.
Mrs. Leon Seymour has returned
home after spending some time visit
ing her mother In Baskervllle, Va.
Mrs. Victor Tyler and son Henry
Park have returned from Morris
Lyle J. Murphy spent the week-end
at Myrtle Beach.
Mrs. Lois Sharpe Baker of New
York City Is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sharpe.
HONORS FALL THICK .AND
F.AST ON IVnSS LOUISE BLUE
I Miss LoUisQ Blue, daughter of
' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blue of Southern
Pines, won high honors In student
I elections at Queens College In Char-
I lotte on W’ednesday. She was elected
president of the Sophomore class,
! tre'isurer of the athletic council, won
her letter as a member of the ath
letic council, and a block letter for
having attained 400 points In var
I lous sports .
Fresh fruits and vegetables at the
Saturday morning Curb Market at
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A HOME FOR WINTER GUESTS
AT REASONABLE RATES
New Equipment and Furnishing
MRS J. F. MORRIS
Bennett Street One Block from Library |
Big 6 cubic foot new Hotpofnt
Refrigerator with Stainless Steel
Speed Freezer — never rusts or
corrodes • Famous Vacuum
at In more expensive models •
Entire mechanism lubricated
under pressure and cooled by oil
• Sixteen Point Temperature
Control • Pop-lce Trays.
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East Connecticut Avenue