IIAT I V CDDTMrC MI7IUC McDaniel and teacher, Ljllie Robbins.
HULL I Ijl KlWillJ WlJi II Misses Maudie and Ina Robbins
visited their grandmother Cole Sat
Harris, R-l, June 17. —There was.
a large crowd at Sunday school Sun- 1
day. We are glad tlfe folks are com- \
ing back after having so much sick
ness. We welcome everybody to
our Sunday school.
There was a large crowd at the
B. Y. P. U.'s and prayer meeting Sun
day night. Following thg. B. Y. P. U.
and prayer meeting Rev; pavid Rob
ers, of Caroleen, preached an inter
esting sermon which "tfas enjoyed
The Senior B. Y. P. U. reorgan
ized Sunday night. The following of
ficers were elected: president, Rev.
Arthur Henderson; vice-president,
Floyd Owens; Bible reader leader,
Ina Robbins; recording secretary,
Lemuel Henson; corresponding sec
retary, Arthur Cole; treasurer, Lloyd
Owens; choister, Lillie Robbins;.pi
anist, Maudie Robbins. Group cap
tains: Clara Allen, Rosa Splawn,
Beryman Hamrick and Paul Hopper.
The general officers are as follows:
president, Garland Roach; secretary,
The Amoma Sunday school * class
re-organized Sunday week with the
following officers: president, Ella
Henson; first vice-president, Rosa
Splawn; second vice-president, Clara
Aylleh; third vice-president, Mary
Motte; secretary, Myrtle Matheny;
treasurer, Ina Robbins; reporter, Mae
Women Do This
I , *
B JDhSKk I Daily...more than 2,000-
m women turn with com
plete confidence to their
' A&P stores for their fami-
lies ' food needs *
This amazing happening is the direct result
of A&P's value-giving policy and steadfast de
termination to always purvey good foods at a
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PEACHES 3 - 50c
Eellogg's Bran Flakes, 3 pkgs. 25c
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mlLlv Evaporated Can 42 G Can Jj||
MASON JARS, Doz. Qts. 90c
MACARONI or Noodles 4 Pkgs 25c
CERTO. Bottle 30c
, 1 1
CHEESE - 29c
r VINEGAR, Gal. Jug. 73c
/ ■ 1
GOLDUST 6 ~ 25c
TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
1 1 «
"dot Soap 6 «• 39c
GRAPE JUICE, Pint Bottle . 23c
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Nectar Tea or India Seylon 'illlc
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Miss Roxie Tanner and Miss Ezell,
also Mr. Jolley, of near Chesnea* vis
ited at Mr. J. T. Robbins Sunday af
Mr. Grover Splawn attended the
preaching service at Holly Springs
Mrs. Jim Splawn and children, of
Valley Falls, are visiting relatives in
this section at present.
Forest City, R-l, June 18.—Rev.
Narvel preached at Sulphur Springs,
last Sunday morning. There will be
preaching Sunday morning by the
A large crowd of relatives and
friends attended the Robbins' re
union, Sunday. Re\. T. C: Harris was
present and made a talk.
Mr. Summie Bland and Mrs. Bax
ter Haynes visited Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Bland during the week end.
Mr. Marion Eaves of Charlotte
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. B. E. Hawkins of Cliffside,
spent Thursday night with Mr. W. B.
regret to note that Mrs. R. L.
Robbins is in the Rutherford Hospital,
ako Master James Bland, who under-
THE FOREST CITY COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1928
Senior Dramatic Club Cool Springs High School
l§|f y; 11
Checkerboard sandwiches for the
bridge luncheon is the dernier cri of
fashionable society. Dainty morsels
of white and whole wheat bread, made
to look like mosaic work, appeal not
only to the palate but the eye.
Spread them with any filling you
like, or simply serve them in their
pristine innocence with clear-tea and
a portion of lemon. Either method
is quite correct. And then there's
cheese and parsley, rolls and layer
loaf sandwiches, both companion fa
vorites of the hostess with a taste
for the Individual.
Here are some suggestions on the
easiest and most artistic method of
making all three:
Aiake three-iayer sandwiches of al
ternating one-half Inch slices of whole
wheat and white br#ad; spread gen
erously with margarine or butter.
Slice the three-decker down in one- j
half-inch slices. Combine three of these,
slices to make cubes, using first a
slice with the whole wheat bread in
the center, then the white, then the
whole wheat. Spread each layer with
margarine or butter, press, and slice
thin. These sandwiches are pic
turesque as well as delicious.
Cut away the crust from a sand
wich loaf and slice lengthwise of the
loaf in tliin sections. Spread the
whole slice with outter or margarine,
then with a filling made from cream
cheese, softened with cream or salad
dressing and mixed with lots of
chopped parsley. Roll each long slice J
up like a jelly roll, let stand a few
minutes, and slice thin.
Layer Loaf Sandwiches.
Remove crust frota a sandwich loaf
as before and cut \u five lengthwise
slices. Spread with margarice or but
ter. Put bread together like a layer
cake, then cover the entire loaf with
softened cheese after the manner of
frosting a cake. Decorate the top.
Make twelve hours before using and
press before covering with cheese.
The first layer may be filled with
chopped sweet pickles and parsley,
moistened with dressing: the second
with hard-cooked egg y«.!k mixed
with margarine or butter; the third
with hard-cooked whites chopped, j
mixed with cream cheese and dress
ing: and the fourth with finely chopped
boiled ham or tongue with dressing.
Forest City, R-2, June 18.—Rev.
Fikes filled his regular appointment
Sunday with a good attendance.
The farmers of this section are
making use of this pretty weather
as so much rain had gotten them be
; hind with their wo?k.
' Mr. and C. Chapman vis
ited Mrs. Chapman's sister at Av
ondale Sunday night. .'
Mr. andJMrs. D. L. Smith visited in
Erwin, Tenn., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, of Shelby
spent Sunday with their son and
family, Mr. and" Mrs. John Rhodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl ThacKston, of
Converse, S. C., were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Harrill
Sunday, this being their first trip in
Rutherford county. Their home is in
Lynchburg, Va., but they say this
part of the country is a beautiful
place and like it fine.
Mr. George Horn, of Shelby was
the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Chapman one day last week.
| Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith and
; daughter, Elizabeth left Sunday for
- Norfolk, Va., to spend some time with
! their daughter, Mrs. Sara Lawrenee.
Mrs. Sam Harris, of Caroleen, vis
ited her mother, Mrs. J| L. Harrill
Mrs. B. E. Price, of Shelby, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. L. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Lancaster and
went ah operation for appendicitis
and is doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Hopper and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rob
bins and family visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Hopper during the week end.
HIGH HONOR FOR !
MISS FLOY JACKSON
Graduate of Cotinty Teachers'
Training Course Wins
Scholarship For Best
Miss Floy Jackson of Inmah, S. C.,
who was president of the Rutherford
County Teacher Training class the
past year, conducted at Central High
school, also honor student of that
class has been announced winner of
the Mabelle Johnston Scholarship for
the best all-round teacher training
family, of Avondale, also Mr. and
Mrs. George Matheny and family, of
Alexander, visited their grandmother
Sunday afternoon, Mrs. J. L. Harrill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brandle were the
dinner guests Thursday of their
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Harrill.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith visited
Mr. and Mrs. F: Costner Sunday af
Several from here visited the Flat
Rock park Sunday to hear the band.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandle, of
Henrietta, visited Mr. Brandle's uncle
Sunday, Mr. A. Brandle.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bradley and
family spent Monday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brandle.
If it is a Question of Clothes
We Can Answer It
Y\| The Fit?
' The Pattern?
IjT ImM The Service?
P r * c c?
S Be assured all these im-
B| r portant questions can be
answered to your entire
iji I satisfaction here.
CARROLL & BYERSCO.
"BETTER MERCHANDISE FOR SAME MONEY"
Forest City, N. C.
| student in the state. The award is a
scholarship of SIOO to be used for
professional training in some teacher
; training institution in the state.
: Miss Jackson will also be granted
1 a loan scholarship of $l5O, if she
desires to accept it. This loan schol
l arship has also been extended to Miss
i Annie Hodge of Rutherfordton, on
i the recommendation of Mrs. T. E.
! Johnston, supervisor of teacher train
ing in standard high school of the
The first factor in the work of a
' student of teacher training is the
1 scholastic record made for the entire
j year. Miss Jackson lead in this. This
| is a high honor and Miss Jackson is
receiving congratulations of her many
Misses Jackson, Hodge and Nell
Mcßrayer, the latter of the Shiloh
section are attending the summer ses
sion of the Appalachian State Normal
at Boone. The two former, who grad
uated last May will remain through
the entire session at Boone, doing
work toward graduation. '
Miss Jackson had to stand four
professional examinations, which |
were very exhaustive. She made an j
excellent grade on all these. This also
shows that the work being done here j
by the instructor, Miss C. Frances j
Whitney is thorough and satisfactory. |
It reflects much credit on the County J
Teacher Training Department and j
Miss Whitney. -
, MRS. JOHN EDWARDS
Passed at Home of Daughter
at Chimney Rock—Funer
al at Mt. Creek
Chimney Rock, June 18.—Mrs.
Louisa Edwards, widow of the late
John Edwards died at the home ofs
her daughter at Chimney Rock last
Wednesday, June 13th. Funeral serv
ices and interment were held at Mt.
Creek Baptist church Thursday af
ternoon with Revs. E. B. Jenkins, M.
L. Buchanan and M. L. Lennon in
charge. A large crowd of sorrowing
friends and relatives attendted. The
various speakers paid a true itribute
to her noble life. The floral offer
ing was large and beautiful. The male *
quartet of the Rutherfordton Baptist
church composed of Messrs. C. W.
Keeter, W. W. Nanney, J. F. Orders
■ and N. L. Hampton sang, to the de
light of all.
1 Pallbearers were Thos. J. and Thos.
H. Edwards, Wade Geer, Judson and
Carl Koone and Herbert Wilson.
Flower girls were: Misses Eliza
beth and Maude Rueker, Clara and w
Emma Koone, Dorothy and Ruth El-
wards, Catherine Keeter, Hope and
1 Fay Erwin, Gertrude McMahan, Dor- ✓
tha Stewart, Lela Morris and Alma
J Mrs. Edwards was 76 years, four
I months and twenty-seven days old.
: She was converted at the age of 16
! and joined the Baptist church
lived a devoted member for 60 years.
She married John F. Edwards in
1870. Two children survive, Dr .A.
M. Edwards of Taylorsville and Mrs.
Hattie Williams, Chimney Rock. Mr.
Edwards preceded her to the grave'
some years ago.
Mrs. Edwards was a kind mother, a
j devoted Christian and a good neigh
bor. She made friends everywhere
I she went. -
I A blind man in Kansas City is
! involved in a divorce suit.. Prob
| ably as a result of not keeping an
j eye on his wife.