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Saturday, July 25, 1925
ENGAGEMENT OF STATE-WIRE
INTEREST ANNOUNCED TODAY
Wedding of Mias~Mary York* Johnson
•nd Charles Wadsworth to Take Place
August lath. ,
Mr. and Mrs. ZHtiel Johnson, of Char
lotte. announce the engagement anil ap
proaching marriage of their daughter,
Mary Yorke, to Charles Henry Wads
worth, of Concord, the wedding to take
place August 12th.
Mr. Wadsworth is a son of J. O.
Wadsworth of this city. He is a stu
dent of the Dental College of Atlanta
and, during the next two years, they will
reside in that city 1 .
Mr. Wadsworth was educated at N. C.
State College and ■'was a member of the
Kappa Signa Fraternity. He was a
lieutenant during the world war.
t Miss Yorke is a graduate of Queen's
< otiege. Eater she attended the Amer
ican Academy of Dramatic Art at Car
negie Hall, New York. Her mother was
Miss Mamie Caldwell.
Miss Yorke is descended from two sign
ers of the Meektenburg Declaration of
Independence, Robert Hall Morrison and
John Ford. She is one of the most at
tractive young women of Charlotte and
has a wiije circle of friends. The wed
ding will be of statewide interest.
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Entertain at Picnic suppwv
Members of the various wonjen's
classes of the Sundhy School of the
First Baptist; Church entertained at a
most , enjoyable picnic supper Friday
evening' at the County Club
grounds. The supper was hi ranged for
Church and Sunday school members
over 14 years of age.
Readings by Mrs. A. N. Lentz. Miss
I.ela Bruton and Mrs. J. T. Howell
were enjoyable features of the program.
Rev. A. E. Tibbs, who is supplying as
pastor of the Church, this summer, was
heard with interest in a short talk.
About 200 iiersons were present for
the supper, which proved to be one of
the most interesting events staged by
members of the Church in a number of
Have Returned From Mountain Trip.
Mr. and Sirs. S. M. Butler and little
daughter. Dorothy, and Miss Mavgie
Troutman have returned from the moun
tains of western North Carolina, where
they spent several days. Sir. and Sirs.
Butler will spend a few days in Con
cord before returning to their home in
Cabarrus Still News.
The smnl! child of Sir. and Sirs. Frank
' Beecham died Wednesday and was buried
Thursday at Union cemetery.
Born to Sir. and Sirs. A. L. Kernon.
The small child of Sir. and Sllrs. Mar
tin Starnes has been sick.
Several of the employees of Cabarrus
are planning to Jake several days next
week fishing and taking trips f 6 the
Ging Davis and Sliss Dorotha Fletchyr
were married last Saturday. Sf.
Give Picnic at Bost’s Mill.
Mrs. N. K. Reid and Mrs. Sam Eudy
were hostesses at a picnic Thursday eve
ning honoring the birthdays of their re
spective husbands. The party motored to
Host’s Mill where an enjoyable evening
was spent. f
Only four states now remain without
a tax on gasoline for motor cars. They
are New York, New Jersey, Massachu
setts, and Illinois.
For all insect bites, red
bug, chigger, bee, wasp,
mosquito, etc., apply wet
baking soda or household
ammonia, followed by
coding applications of—
Omrtrwilkmjmn U—J Ymarf,
H - BELL-HARRIS FUN-
H ERAL PARLOR
In iW nm mo
IIH Night PhMMS MO-IML
Misses Alice and Oerrude Miller, of
Pittsburgh, arrived Friday to spend sev
eral weeks at the home of their sister,
Mrs. Joe A. Hartwell.
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Sir. and Mrs. W. SI. Sherrill and
daughter, Ellen Lewis, are spending the
week'-end in Greensboro with Sir. and
Sirs. Fred C. Correll.
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Miaa Margie Elliott will l£ave tomor
row morning for Asheville, where Bhe
will spend a week with relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Herring and Mr.
and Mrs* J. Leslie Correll have returned
from Greensboro, where they spent Fri
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Mrs. A. M. &hinn and son, Dowd, re
turned Friday from a visit to Lake Jun
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Mrs. John A. Rarnhardt has*,gone 'to
Lake Junaluska to visit her daughter.
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and Min. C. M. Sap
penneld have gene to Shelby to visit
Mr.| .and Mrs. O. M. Sappenlield. Jr.
Sir, and E. N. Brower and son,
Edwin, Jr., are visiting Mr. Brower s
pnrents, Sir. and Mrs. R. A. Brower.
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R. M- Richardson, of Rocky Mount,
was in Concord Friday.
Miss Eva McDouall and Miss Lillian
Oolite, of Charlotte, are the week-end
guests of Miss Georgia Elizabeth Callo
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H. G. Gibson lifts gone to Florida for
a stay of a week or ten days.
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Mrs. R. E. Ridenhour and Sir. and
Sirs. Farrell White have gone on a trip i
Sliss Pear! Love has returned from
Tampa. Fla., where she has been visit
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Harry Sumrow, of Mooresville, is
spending some time with his brother.
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Bayless Ridenhour, of Radio School,
Hampton Roads. Va., is expteJed to ar
rive in the .city today, where he will I
spend several weeks with his parents, Sir. |
and Sirs. C. G. Ridenhour. '
Sirs. J. F. Harris and Misses Mary and,
Adeline Slorrison have gone to Asheville
and Slontreat to spend several days. Sirs.
Harris and Sliss Slary Morrison are be
ing sent to Sfontrrat as delegates from
the First Presbyterian Church to the
Presbyterian Holiday School Convention
which will be held there next week.
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Mr. and Sirs. Alfred SI. Brower and
little daughter, of Raleigh, are visiting
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brow
er. ' "•
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected weekly by GHne A Moose)
Figures named represent prices paid
for produce on the market:
Sweet potatoes 1.50
Turkeys 25 to .30
Butter : .80
Country Ham- 1 .30
Country Shoulder 20
Country Sides .20
Young Chickens .25
Irish Potatoes 1.25
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When your Watch needs re
pairing, there is only one kind of
attention that will put it into cor
rect running condition—expert
attention such as we are prepar
ed to give it. Leave your Watch
here today for inspection.
Tor prevent freckles
Ebabeth Arden has created an
1 finishing lotion.
VBNBTIAN LILLE LOTION.
* * «■«* undsr ponder.
' Attbcpdo sad Mringent. .
, *““**■ md refine* the ekta.
**vw ■ dlky flDhh. fluttering 1
** d*y at evening. Prevents
Gibson Drug Store
the concord daily tribune
CABARRUS MAN ELECTED
TO FILL POST IN SEMINARY
John B. Moose to Take Chair of His
torical Theology at Maywood Institu
At a meeting of the board of trustees
of Lutheran Theological Seminary
at Maywood, near Chicago. Rev. John
B. Moose, of No. S township, was unani
mously elected to till the chair of his
torical theology in that institution.
Dr. Moose is the son of Mrs". Giles
Moose and was a resident of the county
for a number of years. For some time
he was a member of the faculty of the
Collegiate Institute at Mt. Pleasant and
was also pastor of Mt. Hermon Lutheran
For two years past he attended the
Hartford Theologicnl Seminary, where he
received his Pb. D. degree. - His work
at this institution was such that he
was graduated with highest honors.
Dr. Moose will leave to take up his
work in the early part of the fall.
PLANS BEING MADbTfOR
INTER-CITY BICYCLE RACE
Concord and Salisbury to Engage hi
Twenty-Two Mile Marathon From One
City to Other.
Preliminary details are being arranged
for a bicycle race, between boys from
Concord and Salisbury to take place at
some time in the future. The teams will
represent the Y. M. C. A. of each of
these two cities.
As planned at the present the race
will start in Salisbury. Eurii team will
be given a note which will be carried the
distance separating the cities and de
livered to the mayor of Concord, who is
to be found at some designated place.
The first team to deliver its note will
be declared winner.
The Salisbury team is being harked by
the Chamber of Commerce and the local
team has the backing of "the Y. M. C.
A officials. None of the final details
have been arranged nor have the person
nel of tlie two teams been picked yet.
Mr. Fesperman at Reformed Church To
Rev. Frank L. Fesperman, Missionary
of the Reformed Church in Japan, wiil
speak at tlic 11 o'clock service Sunday
at the Trinity Reformed congregation
This service will be held in the East
Corbin Street school.
Hev. and Mrs. Fesperman went out to
Japan in 1010. After spending a year
in the langunge school they were placed
at Yamagata. Japan, to assist in the
supervision of’ the evangelistic work of
They returned to the T’lprsl Statis
this month. During the past week they
were attending the missionary conference
of the Reformed Church in Catav.-ba Col
lege, Salisbury. Here they took part in
1 the program, renewed acquaintances, and
, helped to make a conference atmosphere.
Trinity congregation will lmve the
pleasure and profit of their presence dur
ing a part off their furlough; Concord
gladly them. Tlie public is
cordiallj invited '.to hear Mr. Fesperman
Irish sea hearing arc plj autumn
spawned. , ;
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North Kerr Street
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PUTTING A MODERN TUB
IN YOUR HOME
means a distinct increase in home
comfort and an improvement in
family health. It does not mean
any serious inconvenience or loss
of time or a big expenditure of
money if we do the work. Why
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PLUMBING AND HEATING DEXler'
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CONCORD AND KANNAPOLIS
CAFES GIVEN INSPECTION
Only Six Are Given Public Gradings
Others To Be Allowed a Week to Put
in Necessary Improvements.
In the rigid, inspection of cases and res
taurants conducted in Concord and Kan
napolis this week by J. A. McLeod# state
inspector of hotels and cases, and Q. E.
Smith, Cabarrus .County engineer, only
six' of the eating places were able to toe
the mark of seventy which is set as tlie I
All other cases failed to make the
grade and were not given a public rat
ing. pending improvements which will be
required before the next inspection, to be
held next week. «*
The ratings for the cases were as fol
Ideal Lunch Room, Barbrick street,
Fred Lippard, owner. 00 per -cent.
New York Case. West Depot street,
George Anthony, owner, !K> j»er cent.
Carolina Case, South Union street, L.
M. Martin, owner. 8,8.5 per cent.
City Case, Kannapolis, Anthanaelos
Brothers, owners. 83 per cent.
Church Street Case, South Church
street, X. L. Bwaringen, owner, 73.5 per
Sanitary Lunch. West Depot street.
George Anthony owner, 71.5 per cent.
The inspection of cases is conducted
monthly.so as to insure clean eating plac
es in the city. Requirements are as dif
ficult as they can he made with regard
to the proper sanitary conditions. Every
possible precaution is taken to maintain
places which will not act as a spreader
Employees in all the cases were su
jected Friday to a physical examination
which was given by Dr. g. E. Buch
anan, County Health Officer. This pre
caution :h also taken to keep the waiters
and employees in any way connected with
restaurants from carrying contagious di
As a result of the examination, one
case in the uptown section of Concord
was closed on account of; the fact that
the owner had tuberculosis. The name
of this case was withheld by Mr. Smith.
Another case, the name of this also
withheld, was Voluntarily closed because
the owners were unable to fulfill the nec-,
Legal proceedings were begun to force
the Liberty Lunch, a case on South Un
ion street, to close on account o’s condi
tions there. Tile owner, it was declared
by Mr. Smith, refused to close when or
dered to do so and as a result, steps were |
instituted to force him to shut, his place.
The total number of case employees ex
amined Friday was over, thirty.
SWIMMING EXHIBITION v
ATTENDED BY SLIM CROWD
Stale Champion Diver Creates Sensation
.With Performance.—Another Meet to
Be Held Soon.
Only a very few persons attended the
swimming meet which was held Friday
night ill the Y'. M. C. A. pool and which
was one of the most spectacular events
of its kind ever staged in this part of
Os special interest was the diving of
T. B. Houston, state diving champion,
who gave a very superior exhibition.
His performance was practically perfect
and was in itself well worth the price
of admission, it is said.
The swimming exhibition and stunts
were also of a very high order. It is
planned to have another exhibition at an
Because Russian farmers refuse to
sell grain to the Soviets for credit, there
is a struggle between the farmers und
the city inhabitants. •
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Lightens Kitchen Drudgery!
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in the long run because they weai 1 longer. And are also
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need now at a saving! Because of the enormous pur
chases made by this Company we can offer you unusual
Roasters <. Pa^
Tea Kettles f ftp i PA
1 zdc to bye
Double Boilers |
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We Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
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'■■■/A/ffife The Home of Good
Resources Over One Mil
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WEEKLY KIWANIS MEETING I
Excellent Talk by M. H. Caldwell.—Be-1
pert of I'ndcrprivileged Child Commit- !
An address by M. H. Caldwell and
reports of committees featured the regu-1
lar meeting of the Kiwanls Club held at
the Concord Y. 51. C. A. on Friday-
Dr. Morrison King, chairman of the
underprivileged child committee, reported
that the committee had taken two more ,
crippled children to the Orthopaedic Hos
pital at GastAnin for the proper treat-1
ment. This commitee is actively at 1
work in the endeavor to give every child
in this county the medical and ortho
paedic treatment that it should have;
The secretary read a circular from the
New York Kiwanis Club, informing Ki
wanians that it has established a service
bureau for the benefit of any member of
a Kiwanis family who intends to come
to New York. This bureau will give
advice and assistance when a request is
made of it, and will also aid in finding
a reliable business o|>ening for such
young men as coine to New York with
l.ee Crowell, Jr., introduced Attorney
Morrison H. Caldwell, who made a splen
did talk. He referred to the bequests !
of the late E. D. Latin, of Charlotte,
who made such splendid bequests to phil- 1
nnthropy, and declared that a man’s life
cannot be counted a success or a failure
until after his will has been read. Some!
men who have seemingly achiever! great
business success in this life, leave a will
which shows their true selfishness and!
littleness after they are dead.
The attendance prize, given by Lee
Crowell. Jr., was drawn by Kiwanian
Percy Lindley. ,
The program for, the meeting on next
Friday will be in charge of.Will Foil.
Burned Father’s Barn “To See a Big
Stanly News Herald.
News reached Albemarle Thursday
morning to the effect that the four-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hammy Al
mond. of the Bear Creek section of this
county, burned his father's barn late
Tuesday afternoon, with all contents.
Asked why he did it the little fellow
answered. “Recause I wnnted to see a
The boy got hold of some matches in
some way unknown to his parents.
Through precation they had kept the
matches hidden and didn't know the
boy knew where they were kept.
| The youngster would himself have
been burned but for the timeiy efforts
of his mother who saw him standing in
the barn watching the growing flames.
She ran in and snatched him out just
i 2 the nick of time.
Mr. Almond had just threshed out
17") bushels of wheat, 104 bushels of oats
tand thiswith all straw and other feed,
together with most of Mr. Almond’s
farming tools and machinery, were dc
j sfnoyed in the flames.
Mr. Almond is a well known young
farmer who resides about 12 miles west
of Albemarle to the North of the Red
Cross-Bloomington highway. It is said
that there was no insurance on any of
the property burned and that the loss
is a total one.
Finds Fine Pearl.
New Y’ork. —One of the finest pearls
in the world recently was found by a
boy diver off one of the Gnmbier Is
lands in the South Pacific Ocean. The
buyer of the pearl,is said to have been
offered $50,000 for it. It is a lustrous
A course in textile instruction is to
jbe introduced in the public schools of
j FINE TAILORING j i
! Conducted in Our Store Friday and Satur- ll tl J ijJ
day with the Co-operation of Humphries
representing * Yf
i A fashion event of not®-—-<lepip ts what well dressed men wMI be wearing 1
this fall. To those desiring to purchase, it affords a most unusual ©p
] port unity. We cordially invite you to attend.
| At this showing will be featured a pleasing variety of the many beauti- |
i ful and colorful wboiens. Also fabrics in staple colors and weaves— i
i the cream of foreign and domestic looms, and ALL IN FULL
PIECES. ■■ 4 • ‘ ‘ J
Mr. Humphries’ expert knowledge of styles and fabrics make this event !
! one »f outstanding interest. Together with Ed. V. Price & Co. quality,
i it means a wonderful combination of advantages for men realizing the
1 value of good tailoring. -
! See this showing. Call early.
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can get it from us any hour of the day any day of Hie week and any
week of the year.
You don't have to wear a dress or be a full grown man to buy our
We sell to judges, lawyers, doctors, preachers, laymen, farmers, chil
dren, “niggers,” merchants and all other classes. ■ ’
We do not offer you soiqe staple article of dry goods at 20 per cent, un
der cost to get you to patronize us.
We are in the grocery business and solvit your patronage solely on
the merits of our goods and service.
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Phone «6» Concord, N. C.
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