FLOYDS CREEK NEWS
Forest Cfty, R-l, July B.—Rev.
G. Melton filled his regular ap
pointment at Floyd's Creek last Sun
day. He delivered a splendid sermon
using as his subject, "Looking a
There was one hundred and
twenty-two present for Sunday
school and we hope to have more.
On July 4th a crowd motored to
Irene Park, Gaffney, S. C., on a
icnic. Those going from this com
munity were: Mr. Gordon Toms and
family, Mr. E Phillips and family,
Mr. F. E. White and family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Toy Summers. All re
i orted a fine time.
Mis* Gertrude Tate and Miss Ruby
Phillips spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Tan Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. White had as
their dinner guests last Sunday, Mr.
rnd Mrs. W. J. Edwards and little
daughter, Jannita, Mr. Gaston Wall
and Miss Pauline Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tate are the
proud parents of a new baby girl,
born last week. Mother and baby
are getting on nicely.
Mr. and Mrs., McGinnis
.-pent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chatman, of
Spindale, were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Tate last Sunday.
Mr., and Mrs. F. E. White and
family spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Smith and family, of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Honey cutt and
children visited relatives in this com
munity last week.
Mrs. Morea Taylor and little son,
Jesse spent Saturday night, with Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Toms.
Mr. Jesse Honneyeutt and mother
cf Cliffside, visited relatives and
friends in this community last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henson, of
spent last Sunday "with
Mr. Sherman Tate and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weaver and
Mr. Weaver's father, of Boiling
Springs, spent last Sunday with Mr.
Carl Weaver's sister, Mrs. Charlie
Scruggs and Mr. Scruggs.
Mrs?, M. J. Toms and daughters,
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ANNUAL JULY SALE !
Commences Friday Morning, July 11th
THE LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN THE SOUTH FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS
I Men's Palm Beach Men's Overalls Heavy Flat Crepe Fine Hose Ladies' Shoes $1.65 Men's Newest Welt
Suits Cut in Price Men's full cut blue denim Best quality all rayon flat Nebel's and Hudson's all pure Ladies' patent pumps, cut- Pullman Oxfords
Men's genuine Palm Beacfe overalls, $1 value crepe in all the newest light thread silk semi-chiffon and outs, one straps and arch sup- gtyle 353 men > s black calf
suits e-ood stvles well tailor- shades, $1.50 value during the service weight hose, white and port shoes, some of all sizes blucher welt plain toe oxford !
ed r'egular one Q „ balance of this sale, per yard new summer colors On bargain table* for July sale
pair pants, Efird's July sale
Boys Overalls _ 79c sl.lO at 5,Z yb \[
§ price fU " CUt bloe 1 • c , c C/) Sheer quality printed voiles $1.65 Style 339 men's black bluch
sß.7s oveialls s P° rt Satin, 54c
in new summery printed pat- I ler Skowhegan last welt ox- 1^
5 T • 1 wr I. J 45c 36 inch all rayon 0r SP ° rt terns, sale price Children's Low ford C
S iropical Worsted «y, , IT • c slip satin, original $1.25 quaii- p OO Lmiaren s low qc; c
I Suits Men S Unl ° n Su,ts ty per yard 22c Shoes £
Men's new tropical worsted S] ™ion"suit"' a' ijrarT'that 54c -Urtain Marquisette Special close out lot child- Silk Dresses at a 5
suits in the season's newest we cannot mention the name. r, . r ,_ 1C one table P erfeet short «»'s one-strap pumps and nov- Big Bargain C
patterns, values worth up to r lat f 1.10 lengths of curtain marquisettes elty low shoes , a
818.50, sale price 6P " cc AH silk washable flat crepe Ea le price DC- , w Summ * r , D ff"' m " S
S io 7 C 65c reduced to per yard . 33C cludin S P rinted flat crc P egs 'g
Men's Yale 55c shorts 1 K sport combinations pastel g
Men's White Pants 25c quality fine marquisette • Beautiful Dresses Shades, as well as dark dress- g
Men's white twill full cut m » • kk H I Cannon Towels I 17c I at $2 85 l es s " ltable f , or ,, eai ? y fall, p
GJ ~ , . Mens swiss ribbed pullover ... . dl worth almost double the price, Q
ISi well made pants • , . „ Cannon snow-white large • h n rp(!! aintrh*™* . i
S SI 45 « size colored border 15c Turk- Der va d Gmghams, A „ Rayon Flat Crepe in t0 „„ sa le at g
B .35 c I per yaid plain shades and prints and ®e QC B
SI Youths ' white d " ek P ants nprss CH|DT; i n 5c novelty sport dresses, includ- 5
* 95c and sl.lß L,K£,3a onmia tuc
Genuine Father George Sheet- ing Rose Garden prints. Sale I Bloomers at 25c §
One lot men's dress pants, i Seamless Bed ing price One table misses', children's §
I assorted styles, some of all broadc ot shirts, $1 va ue, qi . o Q - and ladies' rayon bloomers to 5
sizes to clean up pa e P liee on S p ec j a j table at a clean- B
CI QC 68C 81x90 Sparta * eaml f s bed Palmolive Soap, per cake ice Fri(Jay morning g
sheets, $1.25 quality sale price a n rx rt _ S
Men's good quality khaki or s**3s All Day Dresses 25c §
pants Men's gray work sox, per #3C 27x27 Universal Hemmed New print dresses> fast co l- §
95 c P air Wash Goods Diapers, per dozen or> beautiful styles, sale price Yard Wide JrercaleS Dj
Men's $2.00 quality khaki 5c 15c quality soft finish Long 95c £| * I Full 36 inch percales, new |S
riant* C*ll D OT Cloth tt • summer patterns, 17c quality |w
«i oe Sllk Pongee, 27c 10c All Silk Hose 10c yd. j
_ JM.-JSJ _ Friday Morning Yard wide Quality 2000 Pa- Ladies' pure thread full Happy Home .. Nt ft , e 1240 3
KriSS Kross Curtain 12 Momme all silk imported jama checks fashioned silk hose, silk from DreSSeS " full cut blue work shirts @
Full 2 1-4 yard length Kriss Jap Pongee, 65c quality for ia top to toe, in the season's new- . . „ ••!/.« 1! Ifi
V -4. • tf-. AA 1 17 -J • i f., .. 10c , ! T Tlllv o a ip New styles in fast color Hap- original 69c value, Efird s sale g
Kross curtains, SI.OO value, Friday morning and while it est colors, Efird s July saie _ 0 IE,
sale price lasts, per yard Yard wide Broadcloth price Home d ™ Sale |
65c 27c 14c 79c 84c ||
Misses Ossie, Mottie and Pauline
. Toms spent last Sunday with Mr.
(and Mrs. Gordon Toms. Mr. and Mrs.
I Joe Randall and children and Mr.
Mrs. Toy Summers were also
, pleasant visitors in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin White, of
■ Cliffside, were visitors in this com
imuiaity last week.
j Mr, and Mrs. D. E. White spent
jlast Sunday and Sunday night with
•Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. G. V. Ham
jrick and Mr. Hamrick, of near Shel
Forest City, July B.—Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Pinson and children spent last
week with ]\Jrs. PimsoTl's parents
Mr., Clarence James and family
spent their vacation in Georgia.
Miss Edna Padgett, of Spindale,
spent several days last week with
Mrs. Sallie James is ill at this
Mr. Plato Daniel and family spent
the week end in Gastonia.
j Miss Emma Sue and Master Char
ges Daniel of the Oakland commu
nity spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
| Albert Blackburn.
Mrs. C. S.t Condrey and children
left Sunday for a visit to Greenville,
j Mr. C. L. Owens and family spent
part of last week in Wadesboro.
Misses Eugenia and Annie Black
burn spent Saturday night with Miss
Emma Sue Daniel in Oakland com
Miss Emma Crawley returned hom°
from the Rutherford hospital Satur
Mrs. W. A.i Sisk of Pineola v*
ed her sister, Mrs. J. D. Owens part
of last week.
Mrs. J. D. Owens and children,
Willie, Walter, Mallie, Nadine and
Mrs. W. A. Sisk spent the week end
in Enka, near Asheville, with Mr. C.
J. Sisk and family.
Mr. A. C. Yelton and family spent
last week in Golden Valley.
I June is the favorite month for
weddings, but any of the other
eleven is good for divorces.
THE FOREST CITY COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1930.
Union R-l, 7.—The
weather continues very dry in this
section.- Field and garden crops are
suffering for rain.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Morgan
and two children, of Charlotte, spent
Sunday at home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elliotte are
the proud parents of a fine son, born
June 29. Both mother and child do
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller an
nounce the birth of a fine eight
pound girl, born Sunday, July 6th.
Both mother and child doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hemphill are
congratulations upon the
birth of a fine 10 pound girl, born
July 6th. Both mother and child do-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burgess and
family and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Nan
ney spent last Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edgerton of Mt.
Mrs. Norris Hemphill returned
Thursday to Forest City after spend
ing several days with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Laughter and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A A E. Parker.
GREEN'S CREEK NEWS
Mill Spring, R-3, July 7.—The
crops of this section are needing rain
Green's Creek ball team played
Columbus Friday morning. Columbus
defeated Greens Creek 6 to 8.
The children of Mr. Otis Jones
gave him a birthday dinner Friday.
In the afternoon they had music and
John Purser gave a party Friday
night. A large number attended.
Misses Ruby Blackwell and Myrtle
Foster of Spartanburg visited Mr.
snd Mrs., J. D. Blackwell Friday.
They went to the mountains on a
picnic that day also.
Mr. Bailus Collins who has been
irV Delaware, is home on his vacation.
Miss Temple, one of Green's Creek
'school teachers of 1927 was in this I
J section Sunday.
i Mr. William Cantrell visited Clar- i
jence Jones Sunday. !
j A number from Green's Creek at-)
itended the ice cream supper at Mills!
\ Springs Saturday night.
j Mr., Clifford Fagan and family j
visited his parents Sunday.
Miss Minnie Jones who has been!
working in Charlotte, is home on i
[her vacation. !
i Mr. Otis Henderson is home on j
• ; bis vacation. j
l Miss Vernell Barnett spent Sunday I
\afternoon with Miss Virginia Fagan.!
| Mrs. Mark Miller still remains on
Uhe sick list. Her friends wish her a
Miss Gladys Green spent Sunday |
afternoon with Irene Giles.
Pauline Bridges spent Saturday j
night with Eulora Bryant.
Mr. Kyle Fagan spent Saturday!
night with Mr., Paul Blackwell. \
J Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fagan and *
J son, Irvine, of Forest City, visited)
;Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blackwell Sun-j
j The Sunday afternoon guests of",
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bridges were., Mr.
jand Mrs. Hattie Bridges, of Colum
bus, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Bridges and
| children, Mliss Clifford Tallent, of j
Tryon and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wil-]
lard and son, T. J.
The old men of this section had a
i marble game at Fagan's store Fri
'day. Alonzo Whiteside and John
| Weaver against Landrum McEntire
l and J. D. Blackwell. Whitesides and
| Weaver had challenged the county,
j McEntire and Blackwell won. They
singled out and played.
Mr. J. D. Blackwell won the
Six farmers of Onslow) county
made a cooperative shipment of
lambs to eastern markets and re
port fair prices.
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