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NEWS AROUND NORTH
Friends of Mn. Ben Long are very
#\cA to know tbat she la improving
n.cely at ber home after several
tiuys of sickness.
Miss Martba Reynolds baa return
?d 'to ber boine after spending seveial
days wilb ber brother, Mr. War
ten Reynolds and wife of Greens
Miss Mary Alice Bridges has as
her guest her cousin, Miss Earllne
Rrnandez of Lando, 8. C.
Mr. Guy Hart of Mooresville Is
spending this summer with friends
Rev. and Mrs. C. C Parker, Mrs.
John Gladden, Mrs. Bessie Ham, Mr
J J). Plumley, Mrs. .1. H.^Carroll and
Mrs. Clemmie Langford spent Wed
nesday and Thursday in Rldgecrest
Miss Irene Gladden Is spending
two weeks with relatives In Gastenia.
Miss Lucille Gladden spent the
wet-k end with Margaret Huff*teller.
Master J. W. Gladden, Jr., spent
the week end with. Johnnie Neal of
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Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Huffatetler had
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and*
Dod|? ia tha only
IHB track with 100%
caba, bodies, fenders, hoods, radiator
sheila, ate. Preserves tha
finish, protacta trade-in value.
h Dodge ueaa 7 differ-oaf
for tba dlffarant
track capacities from ?,4-ton to
S-too, ao aach Dodge Truck la
powered juat right for biixidiuh
performance and economy/
The Aniola Steel in
! Dodge Truck axle
ahafte and aprings
combines hardneaa and strength
far in excess of ordinary steels.
One of the reasons why Dodge
Tracks last longer, aave on reEASY
Ware & Falls Motor Co.
24 N. Railroad Ave. t
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THE WEATHER IS HC
But? People still Have 1
to serve the very best to 1
?and don't forget we del
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Mrs. Marvin Sty era ud daughter,
Helen; and Mr and Mm. Neeley
Ut.to a!.* of Oastonia.
t'r'ends of Mr. A. R Huffstetler
are glad to know that be la Unliving
nicely at ht? home after tet I
t rul week* of sickness. % Th
M'ss Ala Moore of Shelby spent 1
Monday night with Mise Juanlta :
Huffatetler.. y\ ,10
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hartaoe have l.t
as their quests this week. Misses '
Knnlce and (irate Robinson of For- j
est City. MIm
Darcas I^oranee of Shelby
Is spending this week with relatives <
SJisa Mary McOill left Sunday for ry
lie .-New iorK worm s ruir. he
Miss Elisabeth Davis of Shelby
spent Tuesday afternoon here with
'kAMK OF FRIENDSHIP.
NEW YORK.?The "flame of ,
friendship" burning In the Japanese gu
ravUIpp oL.the. New. York World'sl-'uir
was kindled from the 1,600 year |
old fires of the grand shrine of I suit.o
in Japan and curried half way in|
across the world by land, sea and
aii by denture Aklko Tsuklmoto,
z-i year old Japanese miss.
Ciun of Railways at the New York ...
Wotxls Ku.tr. The dirlvinc mechan- '
kiii i'on&iais ofa pair of liuge jointed Sj_
lion legs designed to give the engine
locomotion like a Jack rabbit. Tgiat
vas beiore anyone thought of book- Da
,ii ilie legs io the wheels as driving
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,Y. M. C. A. AT FAIR . S/
New York.?The Y. M C A Building
at tue New York World's tsalr Is
I'lie ol ihe most popular exhibits.
Ttiere are several comfortable loup- ;
::c mums tor men and women, a cafe j
tort*. si popular priced coffee- shop
mi .? terrace restaurant.
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BEGIN THIS SUMMER
NEXT WINTER I j*.
Simmer Is in Ideal time to prepare
yourself to make more mosey?-wd
you eon do It right at home! ho
Yosur oarafsi depends upon your
looming w? you training. Because ,
of Use sfldoepread realization of this
Carl, (Ma year thousands will eupital- *v
iae on vocation months hy enrolling
far International Titers* sndipit
Schools Courses. In the' pslsoey pf
their osns homes or camps, they will
study under the competent guidance
of L C 8. instructors. This instruction
mill pay them the tost o/ thair ??
fires. Why not follow their example*?
Mark and mail the coupon ? for <
complete information, free. *
IMTUNtTIMUl COM(ISeHD(NC( ICNSOlt
ax III SCXANTON. eCMMA.
Ktploifl fuilj About tout COUTM La I bo iiibjort
TECHNICAL AND INOUtTJIIAL SUBJECT*
Aormuituro Hmnnml oI
O Aw ftrtliRi - lavoBtloeo
Air CoodHionlmg end MaMiiaf Moo ol Work
CooJiac O Mnnolocturo of Pulp
Q ArchitocWral Dmftlnp Popor
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v Q AuW Taeholctao o sfeckaaiaaJ fajiatarii
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issfcrfc ; gasu^art^u. ?
SOMSSTIC SCIENCE SUS_?:CTS
AdftncftJ Dii?>hl?a Pro/?Ml?Ml DnMak- _
BF?AudCM?> iac u>d "nmlii T(
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Name Age Ai
Address .............i. ?!
City State H
Local. Representative: *
P. L. PIERCY, ?*'
409 Emerson Ave. Fi
Gs?toni?, N. C. rr
4> Eat, and we are ready
be had in Quality Foods Gl
liver?We are as near as Vl1
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ery & Market ?
We Deliver , 2
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KINGS MOUNTAIN HBUU T?
K<< >' u. I'HUIU, I'iimui
>:45 A. M. Sunday School. C. F.
11:00 A M. Morning Worship.
jeriuon h> Kev. J. S. Garner, pasof
First Pveab> teiian church of
nnettsvllle, S. C. '
r: 15 P. M. Youug Peoples' Vespers
t:(M? F. M. Woman's Auxiliary
r:30 F. M. Hoys Scouts Troop 1.
Carl Davidson, Scoutmaster, HarPage
and \V. B. Thomson, Asst.
Her. E W- Fox. Pastor
B. N. Waggoner. Supply Sgstor
Sunday School 9:46, B. S. ..Peeler,
Morning Sot vices 11:0?
Evening Service 6:00.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even'
L. Bo>d Hantm. Faster
liible school 10:00, L. Arnold KJs
Services (or the 7th Sunday alter
Morning 11:00, sermon: Jesus tc
Evening 6:00 in the Parish Audi
rium the closing program of the
illy Vacation Bible School. The
ibllc is Invited.
Mouday Evening 7:00 Boy Scouts
The Service 9:00 A. M.
Bible school 10:00, James Lackey
First Baptist Church
Angus G. SHfcennt. Pastor
Sunday School and Genera) As
nibly 9:40-11:30. There will be t
iptismal service at the cloee ol
c worship hour.
There will be no Sunday nigh I
W. 11. Boyce Pastor
Bible School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship at 11:00. The
stor will speak on "A LOOK AT
Evening Worship at 1:00 o'clock
The minister's 'message at thlt
ur is on. "A Manv-SMed Man."
YPCU meets st 7:15.
(id-Week Service each Wednesday
enlng at 7:50.
Second Baptist Church
Rev. c C Parker. Pas tar
8unday School 9:4S each Sends?
Presetting 11 s. a end 7:?? o. m
cb Sunda 'ark-Crace
M. E. Church
C. P. 8eW. Pastor .. .
Sunday 8chool 9:45 A. M.
Morning Wryshlp 11:00 A M.
Epworth League 5:50 P. M.
Evening Worship 7:80 P. M.
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:90 P. M
Macedonia Baptist Church
J, V. Fredlark*. Pastor .
Sunday School 9:45 a m
B. T. IT 5:45 n. nt
Evening Worship 7:00 p. m.
90 p M
Preaching 11:00 A M and 70 k
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MINUTES OF GOLD
wo or three minutes?two or thre?
hat do they mean In this life of
>t very much if but counted se
it minutea of gold and hours sub
only we'll use them once in a
make someone happy ? make
minute may dry a little lad's tears
a hour sweep aeMe trouble of yean
Inutes of my time may bring t<
opelessnen somewhere, and brlni
me a friend." ?Selected
>0,000,000 IN ART
New York.?The 500 paintings 01
r.play in the Masterpieces of Ar
useum at the New York World'i
?lr are valued at 130,000,000. A'
e great artists in history are rep
tented 'in the collection.
ANT MEDICINE CABINET
New York.?A giant medicine cab
st. 20 feet high, forms the proscer
in arch of the stage In tne Hall of
isrmaey at the New York Werld'i
ilt and -symbolizes the family'!
at line of detenee In the battle a
rt TO ROYALTY
New Yoilt.?During their reeeai
Lit to the New Yorg WocLA'e JTeir
di George VI and Queen KHsdbetl
?re presented with a cold tflrtw
d crystal peria#here M * ? assent*
the theme of the expedition.
Pelade -a dka ?at
" c we Nw
p published in The Menatd may hi
cured ?er e seminal sharps fees
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IU Re DAT, JULY 80, lWf ^
Farm And Home Week m
Offers Much Variety
. KATJCIOH, July 17.?Mention - aliniat
any subject on fanning and
t>omeinakthg. and you'll find itt ou
the program of State College's 36th
mnunl Farm and Home Week, tby
j.rural, family's "educational vacation'.
Kid)) the registration on Monday,
July 31. until the clcsing feature Frl
I Cay.August 4, the program has beano1
t lit! lift it 111 filliwl %t*H ti is ura)l hlnnit.
I rri mixture of entertainment and !&
"We don't want those who have
never attended a Farm aud Hofe
Week to tret the Idea that the program
Is stiff and formal," John W.
tioodtnau. usristaut extension dlreciot,
said "because we have tried to
si tike a good balance between class
. rcom work and lectures and the
> lighter side."
I Officials arc looking tor a larger
attendance of men at thle year's
event, since the program for thle
group has been changed considerably
so as to include topics and exh.bits
clasely associated with the
average grower's work. For example
an excellent dtsptay of farm machinery
will be on exhibit. In addition.
arailmis Imms tel-eM
, lege have been arranged at which
the visitors will see tine blooded cat(
tic. swine, poultry, and woritatock.
A wide variety of. subjects has
been planned for the separate see>
slons of fen and women during the _
i :rornlngs. gome of the topics include |
farm Income. btHldlng soils, fertlll- .
xer placement, single variety cotton
(-.immunities. and the AAA program
. for men, and handicrafts, care of,
mothers and babies, menu planning.
. home beautlficatlon, and style hints
for the women.
For ftve dollars or less, not Includ'ng
transportation, the average farmer
or farm women can attend all
. I five days of this event.
f GUESS YOUR WEIGHT
New York.?rThe men who guess
your weight at the New York World#
j Fair work on a straight commission
bn?ls. but they're ttood. They earn
from $40 to $9R a week.
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?Booklets and Pamphlets
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l^cJybA WMV1NO ME J. I THE CHILDREN HAVE Ejh^| '
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Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy, or
when the vegetables burn, or when the Jelly won't "Jell?"
Some mothers are Just naturally cranky. Some mothers are
cross and impatient because they are nervous.
If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE wont
do much for you. If you are irritable because your nerves
are overtaxed, DR. MILES NERVINE wiU.do a lot for yeu. 1
I Do you suffer from SleeDlessness. Restlessness. Nervous
Irritability, Nervous Headache, or Nervous Indigestion? Do
you worry over trifles, start at sudden noises? Overtaxed
nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR. MILES NERVINE
will help you to relax those overtaxed nerves.
Why don't yourgive It a trial on our guarantee of satisfaction
or your money back? Your druggist can tell you about
DR. MILES NERVINE. He has been selling it ever since he ^
started clerking In a drug store. Dr. Miles Nervine omasa
%? two forms?Liquid and Effervescent Thbtete. < , ; - <7
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A oojio# excels hi pti fwiiNNK# os oil os conomy*
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Thousands of motorut# h?*? ?ib)?ct<d ism chtfroM* to tio
Mil?go Meter teet. In care with gaugee feeding a meneored quantity
of fuel to the engine, theee thoueande hare aaan how the l^M
Chevrolet etretcbee out each gallon of fuel to make It go farther?rrtro
What about oil? The fact la that the ISM Chevrolet la unbelievably
economical of ail?hecauee the ell irtyi in the engine.
Ae to upkeep and tlree every motorlet knowe of Chevrelet'e traditional
record far low coat of maintenance.
See your Chevrolet dealer today! Take the wfpal fad learn el
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