THP] PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
r'riday, April 12th, 1940.
At the Church of Wide Fellowship
Sunday morning at the 11;00 h. m.
morning worahip the pastor will
preach on the theme, "Come Unto
Me.” At the 8,00 p. m. evening hour
there will be spirituals, plantation
melodies, and dialect reading by the
“Cotton Blossom Singers” from the
Piney Woods School in Mississippi.
Church School at 9:45, O. L. Broom,
Superintendent, John \V. McMillan,
teacher of the Men's cla.ss. Youth
League at 6:30 for High School Young
People. Mr-s. E. Levis Prizer counse.
lor. The Fellowship Forum Evening
Wor.ship at 7:00 p. m.
“Arc Sin, Disease, and Death
Real?” is the subject of the lesson,
sermon at the Christian .‘Science
Church Sunday mpi’ning nt 11:00
o'clock, Sunday School convenes at
the same hour. The Wodiie.'iday even,
ing meetings are on the fir.st and
third VVednesdiiy.s of the month at
8:00 o’clock. The Re:iding Room,
which i.s locnt".! in tho church, is open
AVedne.^day afternoons froin 3:f>0 to
.’i :00 o'clock.
Dr. I. a. Oreer of tli' Baptist Or-
phan.'>go at Thoni.TRvinp. will preach
fit the 11:00 o'clock .=:>nvico i5tinday
morning at the Eapti.st rhuvi’h.
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Dr. T. G. Greer. C.onoral Superin
tendent of the B.iptist Orphanage of
Tlionia.sville. will preach at the Sou.
them Pines Baptist Church Sunday
morning. Dr. Greer will bring with
him the Orphanage Trio which ha.s
won statewide honors. Rachel, the or.
phan girl supported by the women of
the Southern Pines church, will accom
pany the group. Dr. Greer is one of the
most attractive platform .speakers in
the state. He i.s known and remem
bered here for his present.ation of
Club la.st spring. The public is cor-
Alountain Folk Lore at the Civic
diaily invited to hear him Sunday
Bentley Here, Tells of
(Confirm'd frmn page one)
passenger. The home trip was made
in the remarkably fast time of six
days despite the fact that the ship
was zig-zag:ed every eight minutes to
avoid submarine dangers. It made
about 25 knots an hour during the
daytime. The vessel carried 695 pas
sengers, most Canadians and Aus.
tialians returning home.
Describing a London blackout,
Bentley said "the street lights are cov-
I ered so that only a tiny light is vis-
1 ible through a .slit In the covering.
The trams and all motor cars carry
! only one small blue light. To guide
j traffic during a blackout, the curb.s
1 and street cro.ssings are paijited
■ white.” He spoke of how odd it seem
ed to .see no children in such a large
city as London, following the evacua.
The young man was particularly
distres.sod at the news this week of
the Gomian occupation of Denmark
r.n,i Xnr\v:iy. He visited in homes in
Copenhagen and was impre.ssed by
the people and their hopeful atti
tude that peace might remain for
them through .strict obsei-^-ance of
neutrality. “I feel deeply for them," he
Morrell, whose father, Lieut. Alvin
Morrell Bentley, for whom he was
named, died overseas during the
Woi'ld War before he had ever seen
hi.s .son. will he graduated from Mich,
ignn this .June. Following graduation
he will be married in Coronada, Cal.,
to Miss Mary A. Paterson of Coron-
rida. the engagement of the young
couple having been announced two
Miss Lanie Ruth Gunter, .\berdeen.
has a leading feminine role in the
Greensboro College Players' produc
tion of Si.ai:“speare'.‘! Mid-summer
Nights’ Dream," which will be pre
sented the evenir.g.s of Friday, April
19 and Satun'.ay. Apjil 20 at 8:15
o'clock in Odel! Memorial auditorium.
j In rliiehurtit
I "Wholehearted respon.se of a case-
^ hardened Hollywood preview audience
' to this strikingly unusual and brll.
liantly handled subject stamps it
I outstanding entertainment on any
i basis of judgment," is what the crit-
‘ ics say of "My Son, My Son,” the at-
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A. Carlton MacDonald of South
ern Pines, deputy commi.vsioner of
the Unemployment Compensation
Commission, has been appointed "full
time field worker " in J. M. Biough-
ton's campaign for governor, il was
announced this week by State Man
ager E, B. Deniiy of (iastonia. H? has
obtained leave of absence from the
UCC in order to devote his time to
MacDon.nld is the son of the late
Dr. A, A. MacDonald of Jack.son
Spring,-; and a graduate of Oak Riilge
Institute and Duke University.
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traction at the Pmehurst Theatre
Sunday night, April 14th at 8:30 and
Monday, April 15th, at 3:00 and 8:30
p. m. Howard Spring's best selling
t.ovel of a coddled son's malevolent
influence upon the life of the father
who has sought to give him all ben.
cfits of wealth and culture denied in
his own youth is by no means typical
niatetial; it is superlative in every
one of its 115 minutes. The group of
brilliant performances, with little to
choose in degree of excellence, offers
Brian Aherrr. Madelainc Carroll,
Louis Hayward. Henry HuP, Laraine
Day, Bruce Le.-ster and Josephine
Hutchin.son. It is entertiinment of a
high Older, a credit to all concerned
in its effeitual transition from novel
"It All Came True," the attrac-1 ||
tion at Pinehurst Wednest! ly, April
SOUTHERN PINES, N- C-
Yes the New
Our Ready to Wear Sale in on in full
swine’. We are offering- values you cannot
.afford to pass.
We are also having a
of bl’oken sizes, Red Cross, Slater and
other Rood brands ‘ire included ’n this
New low ])rjce on Hosiery.
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Southern Pines will have a “Bow
ery Ball" next Tuesday night at the
Civic Club, arranged by members of
the Junior Civic Club, and everyone
i.s invited to go in costume and en
joy the fun. Prizes will he preFented
for the most original costume and for
the school pupil who sells th<' most
tickets. The admi.ssion is to be one
dollar per couple for the general pub.
lie, .50 cents a couple for high school
.students. Nine to 1:00 will be the
hours, and Baxter's Orchestra will
furnish the music.
Judges of co.stumes will be Miss
Florence Campbell, Mrs. F, Levis Pri
zer and Mj’s. Norris L. Hodgkins.
Saturday, April 13
M.VTIN'EE 3:no P. M.
Ni>*hl at 7:1.) and 0:00
“THE OKLAHOMA KH)”
.lame,'^ Ca.crney Humphrey FJogart
Rosemary I.ane Donald Crisp
.\I>:o Chapter No, 13
“DICK TRACY’S (l-MEX”
R.VLPH HYRD — PHYLIS ISLEY
Monday and Tuesday, April 15, 16
Niprht at 7=30 and 9:15
Frank MT Thomas
It’s GEN'E and JANE at their BEST!
Wednesday, April 17
Night at 7:30 and 9:15
CASH AWARD NIGHT
“KING OF THE LUMBERJACKS’
Thursday and Friday, April 18, 19
Night at 7:30 and 9:30
Errol Flynn Miriam Hopkins
(Conti»\(rd frnm nnrio nvr)
ant colonel and in 1935 was made a
colonel. Only two years later he at
tained his present high rank as u
(5en, Bi-yden's first post upon grad
uation from VVe.st Point was at Fort
Russell. Wyoming, but in 1908 he wa.s
tiansferred to the Philippines. Re-
tiu-ning in 1908, he became an in.
.‘tructor in mathpm,aties at West
Point, a position which ^e held until
1912. He then went to the Army’.s
field artillery center at Fort Sill,
Okla. During one interval away from
Fort Sill he served as aide to Maj.
General Thomas H. Barry and as a
member of general staff corps in
Chicago short’y after the outbreak of
the World War.
He was ordered to Europe in May.
1919. and attended the cour.se of the
army center of artiller.y studies at
Tieves, Germany. Returning in Au.
gust of 1919, he served in the War
Department as a member of the Gen
eral Staff. He then attended the
command and general staff .school at
Fort Leavenworth and at the conv
pletion of his cour.se remained as
an instructor until 1927. He then
returned to Washington to attend the
Army War College, and upon grad
uation entered the office of the Chief
of St.Hff a the executive officer in
the rffice of the Chief of Field Ar
General Brvden went to Hawaii in
1931 as executive officer of the 11th
Field Artillery Brigade. Shortly af
ter his return in 1934 he was arrign.
ed to duty with the operations and
training division of the War Depart
ment general staff. On September
16, 1937 he assumed command of the
16th Field Artillery Brigade at Fort
George G. Meade.
Less than a year later he was or
dered to Fort Bragg to command
the 13th Field Artillery Brigade and
arrived there on May 11, 1938. In ad
dition to his duties as Fort Bragg’s
Commandant, General Bryden has
been in command of the Civilian
Conservation Corps District since
July 1, 1938.
WIIXI.XM G. SW.XN DIE-S,
WINTER RESIDENT IIERK
17th at 3:00 and 8:30 p. m. is real ttmiUXltti:
entertainment, with a handful of ex
cellent cast names ,a lively stijry and
a well.told, swiftly-paced .story i
.ndaptnble anywhere as good all .aud
ience effective screen fine. Much of
the interest, of cnnrno ,is apt to cen
ter about Ann Sheridan, who turns
in a fine job in a style r^'miniscent of .
the late Jean Harlow, but much is |
contributed by the characterizations j
of the boanling house "regulars,” who j
are Zasu Pitts, as a FpinEt.ei’, Una
O'Conner. Grant Mitchell a? a poet,
t.nd F’elix Bressart as a broken-down
vaudeville magician . |
An unu.sual attraction, and a decid.
cdly worth-while one, i'> 'Florian.”
the attraction at Pinehur.vt Friday
April 19'.h, which, by-the-way. is a
premiere showing, and the one which
had to be postponed from its original
ly advcrti.sed date because it was not
fini.shed in time. It is of particular
interest to all lovers of finf horses.
The Lippizan stallion named in the
title is one of six of his b'-.^ed in
Ain'terica. A descendant of a long |
Ime of cavalry mounts bred by the
Hapsburg for the defence of .\us.
tria and him.self a product of the
world-famous Spani.sh riding school, |
To any horse conscious audience this
.splendid animal'.s performance, high-;
!ighted by his superb demon.stration
of trained ability, is a rare treat,
quite independently of story plot and
biped ca.-3t. The cast is headed by
Robert Young and Helen Gilbei t. The
Pinehurst showing of this attraction
will be the only one in this country
lor some time.
In Southern Pines
The attractions at Southern Pines
are again return dales of the out
standing attractions, beginning on
Monday and Tuesday, April 15, j|[
with a Tuesday matinee, of that'«
pranid attraction, “Rebecca." with > |»
Deanna Dvirbin in "It's A Date" on ;
Wednesday and Thursday, April 17,
18, with a Ti-.ursday matinee; fol
lowed on Friday and Satiu'day. Ap.
lil 19, 20, with a Saturday matinee
by that hilarious comedy. "Too Many
Husbands,” with Jean Arthur, Mol-
vyn Douglas and Fred MacMurray.
GONE WITH THE WIND
will not be shown anywhere
except at advanced prices...
at least until 1941
BUY RESERVED SEATS NOW FOR
HIGH! SHOWS & SUKDtr MtTIKEE ($1.00 plus tax)
WEEKDAY MtTS. Continuous NOl RESERVED (7Sc lncl.taxi
CAROLINA THEATRE — PINEHURST
Sunday, Monday, Tue.sday and Wednesday (t Day.s)
April 21, 22, 23, 24—8:00-P M
Matinees Monday, Tuesday and Wedne.sduy at 2.00 P. M,
Price.s: Nights—Main Floor and Balcony $1.10
Prices; Matinee.s—Main Floor and Balcony 75c (not re-
Pinehurst - Southern Pines
At Southern Pines
DR. TOWNSEND OF “PL.\N”
TO SPEAK IN ST.ATE
William Gardner Swan, 85, a patient
in the Moore County Hospital for a
month, died in that institution‘last
Mr. Lrt'an, the son of Reuben Swan
end Mary Wilson Swan, was born in
Charlestown, Mass., May 11, 1854,
and for many years was engaged In
the grain business in Milton, Ma.ss.,
where he was also assistant t»-easurer
of the Milton Savings Bank until his
retirement IK years ago.
At the time of his illness Mr.
Swan was residing with his daught
er, Miss Florence Swan, the recent
purchaser of a winter home on Ver
mont avenue, Southern Pines. A son,
Durelle Swan of Amherst, Mass., also
Funeral services were conducted
in the village church of Dorchester
Liower Mills, Mass., on Sunday.
Mbre than 25,000 drivers’ licenses
have been revoked by the Highway
Safety Division since 1935.
Townsend Club No. 1 of Southern
Pines extends an invitation to the
public to hear Dr. F, E. Townsend
speak at the following towns in
North Carolina; April^I7th^ States
ville Courthouse; April 18th, Concord
armory: April 19th, Salisbury court
house: April 20th, Goldsboro Court,
house, afternoon and evening .
LOST: Pocketbook and watch, last
Thursday on Indiana ave., South
ern Pines. Reward for return of
either or both to Mrs. Howard
Butler Indiana avenue. A,26
FOR SALE: One eight foot Frigi.
dalre. Phone 7264, Southern Pines,
N. C. tf.
buy your eggs THE DAY
THEY ARE LAID. Dan S. Ray,
1 mile South of Southern Pines.
First road right, beyond Suggs
SOR RENT; Pleasant centrally locat
ed apartment, also single rora.
Lilian A. Roberts, comer Pennsyl
vania avenue and Ashe street, op
posite public tennis courts.
FOR RENT: Two and three room
apartments, very reasonable. The
Ellington, 31 West Vermont Ave.,
Sunday NijrM. Anril
Monday, April 15th
S.'OO and 8:30 p. tn.
Story le T«ni
1 IKOS Fitt* hctvt
JOHN UTEL • h LEWIS SEILER
Pbv by FtMiM tad Kiabto
Wednesday, April 17th
S:00 and 8:
Also: The New March of
Friday, April 19th
3:00 and 8:30 p. m.
Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK
who mode "GONt WITH THf WIND"
Released thru UNITtO ABTISTS
Mon. and Tues., Apr.
15th, 16th, 8:15 P. M.
Matinee Tuesday at 3:00 o’clock
Wed. and Thu., Apr.
Matinee Thursday at 3:00
battle in years!
Fri. & Sat., Apr. 19
Matinee Saturday at S:00