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Tues3ay, July 28, 1935
Born to S. Ward, a
daughter, July 26th. ’ ■ I ’■ , i,
Harrisburg Personals. ’'
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Yates, Alrneda
* and Lizzie Yates of Harrisburg, have re
turned home after visiting relatives in
•Mr. and Mrs. Lelinauux, and children,
of Concord, spent Saturday evening with
Mrs. Ai/brey aYtes at Harrisburg.
Miss Pearl Wagner and Mr. Cabbins
spent Sunday wiTfh Mrs. Aubrey Yates,
of Harrisburg. *
Going on New England Trip.
Rev. W. A. Jenkins and family lift
Monday for a month's trip in thftlc.cnr
through New England and also a short
tr:p into Canada. Mr. Jenkips left Sun
day night after services at Central Meth
i odist Church, joining his family in
tlreghsbdro, where they had been visiting
■ several days. .
•On Sunday, July S^th,-file family, rel
atives and friends, about three hunderd
in all. gave John M. Safrit, of jßiiner,
a sumptuous birthday dinner at Ibe'pret
ty country home of his son, Rufus Safrit,
celebrating his 80th birthday anniver
A table between fifty and seventy-five
feet long was erected in the yard under
the large native oaks, an ideal place on
a hot day, and was literally loaded with
the most tempting viands, such as the
good women of that community know how
The blessing was invoked by the pas
tor. Rev. C. A. Brown, after which every
body was invited to help themselves.
The occasion was one long. tQ be re
tered by all who were present. • es
ly Grandfather 8a frit,
y Grandather Safrit live to see
ptany,. more birthday anniversaries and
each-one be spent as pleasantly as was
liis StltiS. X.
Surprise Birthday Event.
A surprise h'uthday anniversary party
was giveh to Mrs. ,E. A. Joyner Satur
day, July 2tlth. (’ini"hundred and fifty
people gathered at the home of Mrs.
Joyner to eelebrate her 55th birthday.
All enjoyed themselves until i) O’clock.
A large table was spread and filled
with good things to eat. Mrs. Joyner
was given present by eight of her ehil-j
dren. All enjoyed their supper and left i
wishing Mrs, Joyner many more snchl
. happy birthday anniversaries.
ONE PRESENT, j
Auto Smash at Kaunapolis Results, in
Injury to Two.
An anto crash which resulted in the
injury to two persons at Kannapolis oc
curred Monday when the Ford roadster
V driveii by Zeb Bradford collided with -a
Nash roadster driven by a Mr. Spencer.
*bf Islington. ,
A.- a result of the accident, Mr, Brad
ford received a fractured hip -and is now
'iu a Salisbury . Hospital. Spencer was
vfcr so seriously injured although he'was
painfuiy bruised and cut. Both the cars
were badly damaged.
CARD OF THANKS?
We wish to thank our friends for the
kindness shown us during the illness and
death of cur husband and father.
Also for the beautiful floral designs.
MRS. ,1. L. PVCKETT and
28-1 t-p. CHILDREN.
of nose or throat is made
more endurable, some
timesgreatly benefited by
applying Vicks up nos
trils. Also melt some
and inhale the vapors.
Over IT Million Jan CW Y«qr<y
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Day Phone MO
Night Phones MO-IML
Leonard Suther has returned from
n,ke L’niveraity, where he has been at
tending,'summer school since the com
meneembnt. • ' . . • •
.1 \9i ;• #' „
Mrs. Charles Cannon, who is spending
the summer at Blowing Rock, lias return
ed to her home here for several days.
• » •
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morrison and fam
ily, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Linker left
today for Fayetteville and Wilmington,
where they will spend some-time.
• • ■
A. R. Howard has returned from New
York, where he l has been for thfc past
week on a business trip.
. * • •
Mrs. Thomas Alexander has returned
from Atlanta, and Spartanburg where
she spent some -time visiting relatives.
She was accompanied home from Spar
tanburg by her daughter, Ainslee, who
had been visiting relatives there.
* • »
Homer IVineooff, of Winston, is visit
ing relatives in No. 4 township.
Miss Zana Stroupe, nurse at the office
of the county health department here,
has gone to Gastonia to take a patient
to be examined at the Orthopaedic Hos
* * *
Miss Pauline Joyngr, of High Point, is
visiting her grand-nether, Airs. Wallace
Cook, on McGill street.
* • »
Mr. ami Mrs. Howard Eaggart ate
leaving today for Schoolfield, Va., wherV
they will visit Mr. Faggart’s parents'
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Faggart.
« • •
Misses Era I,inker and Elizabeth
Hahn and Hoyle Carriker and Hubert
Seehler. of Landis, returned home Mon
day night after spending a few days in
Chimney Rock, .Asheville and other
places m western North Carolina.
* . * .•
Miss Lo\?. of Greensboro, is
spending a week heri? with Mies Wini
fred Blackwelder at her home on South
* • *
Kev. M. R .Gibson has returned from
Natural Bridge, Va., where he has been
assisting in a revival meeting which was
held there last week.
Mrs. J. J. Barnhardt and children left
this morning for Boone, where they will
spend the remainder of the Hummer.
• a %
Mrs. S. W. Rankin and children have!
returned to their home after spending
some time at Boone.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, and daugh
ter, of Hamlet, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Brown Phillips.
Miss Marie Jones is visiting relatives
in Charlotte this week.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barnhurdt, Jr.,
and children have returned from a motor
trip to Brevard and other points in
western North Carolina.
Miss Emily Weddington returned Mon
day from Raleigh, where she spent sev-.
eral weeks with relatives and friends.
Joe T. Green and family and Vir
ginia Hahn returned last Monday from
Wrightsville Beach. They made the
trip in Mr. Green's car.
W. Jj. Furr is spending the day in
Lincolnton on business.
Add the Comforts of,
to Your Home
Modern Plumbing will do as
much or more than any other one
thing toward making your home
a comfortable and convenient
place in which to live. It costs
you nothing to get our cost e»-'
North Kerr Street
To prevent freckles
Elizabeth Arden has created an
> exquisite finlahfc* lotion,
, VENBTIAN LILLE LOTION,
to -be used under powder.
’ Antiseptic end astringent, <
leaves a silky finish, flattering ’ i
> far day or evening. Prevents ,
V J*Wbum.sui>bani«nd freckling.
1 ‘ White, Gw*, NatunOe, Special -
, Spanish Rachel, o as.
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Gibson Drug Store
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE ?
KANNAPOLIS PERSONAL ITEMS
BY JAZZY MOORE
Kannapolis, N. C’., July 28, 1925.
Mr. and Mrs. Nell B. Overcash have
returned to the city after a bridal trip
to western North Carolina and are at
home on. Sycamore street. Mrs. Over
cash, prior to her marriage on the 15th
of July, was Miss Bertha Hampton.
Mr. Charles Maynard will leave short
-ITy for a musical trip in Virginia. Mr.
Maynard has a rich beautiful tenor and
’ is one of Kannapolis’ most gifted sing
Mr. Jake Widenhouse, who spent sev
eral months traveling in the west and
in ,Mexico, lias returned home to spend a
few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs;
T. M. Widenhouse. on South Main street.
Miss Vera Moore, who has been the
attractive guest of Miss Mary I/ee Hill
for the past week, has returned to her
home in Chattanooga, Tenn. During her
visit Miss Moore was accorded a round
of lovely parties by the many friends of
Misses Virginia Viola and Aileen
Moose are attending >a young girls’ con
ference in Salisbury.
Mr. John S. Carpenter will spend the
week-end at Blowing Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Brien and chil
dren, William and Inez, who have made
their home in Columbia, S. C., for two
years, have returned to Kannapolis and
wiji occupy their new home in a week
or so. They are registered at the Cubar
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Fuller arrived iu
the city yesterday after spending several
days visiting relatives at their old home
in Martinsville, Va.
The many friends of Mrs. W. A. Thom
as, of Danville, Va., formerly of this city,
will be glad to know that she is improv
ling after having been critically, ill for
Mr. Clayton Johnson, of Columbis, Ga„
is on an indefinite vjsit to friends here.
Miss Pauline Poplin left yesterday for
Albemarle, where s she will be the guest
of various friends for a week or longer.
Messrs. Fritz Torrence, Charles V.
Benson, anii James Peevie were week-end
visitors in Gastonia, stopping at the Ar
Mr. E. R. Boric returned Sunday from ]
Winston-Salem, where he has been a i
fortnight or more with relatives.
Mr. White Irby, popular member of (
the Winston-Salem baseball club, was a t
recent business visitor.
Mr. Herman Holshouser spent lust ;
week in New York as the guest of John i
McGrnw, manager of the Giants baseball J
club of that city. . i
Miss Blanche Walters left Monday for ]
North Wilkesboro to visit Miss Aileen (
Messrs. J. W. Moore and J. B. Fisher ]
motored to Pinehurst Sunday. <
Miss Nora Hopkins is on a visit to. j
friends at Charlotte.
Mrs. Paul Rhodes, of Hendersonville. I
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. K. Tur- ]
ner, at her home on West Avenue. |
Miss Bertha Moser, daughter of Rev. I
J. F. Moser, and Mrs. Moser, is getting !
along' nicely following an operation for
appendicitis at the Charlotte Sanatorium
Mrs. W. C. Jamison and children have
gone th Black Maintain forspend, the re
mainder of the summer.
Mr. James Flotee visited his parents
last week. While here lie received a
message asking him to come to Newberry
to play ball with the (earn of that city
in file Carolina League, and he accepted
the offer. He plays second base and so
far is batting around .400.
Mrs. W. H. Walters will depart Wed-j
nesday for an extended trip to New
Mrs. Billie Cobb, formerly of this city,
has returned to her home in Raleigh, as-i
ter passing several weeks with her moth-;
er. Mrs. M. O. Grant.
Harry Urebb, middleweight champion.? !
has been offered $35,000 to meet Bert •
Colima at one of the Los Angeles clubs
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected weekly by Gllne A Moose)
Figures named represent prices paid
for produce on the market:
Eggs 1 .25
Sweet potatoes , 1.50
Turkeys .25 to .30
Country Ham .30;
Country Shoulder .20
Country Sides .20
Young Chickens .25
Irish Potatoei 1.25
PUTTING A MODERN TUB
IN YOUR HOME
means a distinct increase in home
comfgrt 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
lot see us about it? ,
E.B. GRADY : 1
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room $0 E. Corbin St.
Office Phono SS4W
MT. PLEASANT NEWS.
Community Sing. Wednesday Evening,—
Various Personal Items.
Mt. Pleasant, July 27.—Mrs. tYiUiam
Fisher, who has been quite ill for the
.past week, is resting more comfortably
V Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Foil, Rev. and
Mrs. Aaron Tosh, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ev
ans Foil, and Mrs, A. W. Moose spent
the week-end at Blowing Rock.
Mis. Jennie Robinson and Miss Vir
ginia Robinson have returned from
Greensboro, where they spent two weeks
•i Misses Clara -Sullivan and Pauline
Cornwell and Mr. Blair Sullivan, of
Lincolnton, spent Saturday iere, the
guests of Prof, and Mrs. George F. Mc-
Mrs. L. S. Shirey, Julia Shirey and
Luther Shirey left this morning for New
ton, where they will be with relatives for
Misses Helen Seaford and Mable Me-,
Allister returned Friday night from
Boone, where they had been camping for
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher, of Kan
napolis, spent the week-end here at the
bedside of the former’s mother, Mrs. Wil
Miss Mildred Blomgmi is spending to
day in Oharlofte.
Miss Mary Peek has returned from
Asheville, where she has been for some
Mr. Lee Moose returned yesterday from
Mt. Airy, where he has been for several
Mr. D., H, McEachern is recovering
from a ten day’s iljness. >
Mr. Joe Warliek and Mr. Springs,
from Maiden, spent Friday night here
with Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Warliek.
Mr.?? Robert Patterson and family, of
Concord, spent Sunday here visiting
Mrs. DeWitt Barrier and Mr. and Mrs.
C. Liunpkin. of Danville, and Mr. and
Mrs. D. Ray McEachern and Children,
of Kannapolis, spent Sunday here, the,
guests of Miss Bess McEachern. |
- Wednesday, July 29th
, ~ x Y.ou Are Cordially Invited to Attend
at our store on Libby Evaporated Milk
We Will Serve Peaches and Cream
Also teach you how to whip cream with can milk
Don't Forget the Day Special Prices
■ CITIZENS BANK AND
Make Your Summer
Free From Ice Worry,
Install Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your
refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv
ery this summer.
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much colder
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go visiting it wffl stay cold while you are gone.
Kelvinator requires no time nr attention and is
trouble free. It usually costs leas to operate Kelvi
nator than to jbuy ice. Phone nr call lor detail*. ■
The Oldest Domestic Electric Refrigeration
Misses Katherine Barringer and Paul-i
ine Fisher and Mr. Horace Foil return
ed Saturday from Western ■ North Caro
lina, where they had been motoring for
% Mr. and Mrs. Clinton B. Smithdeal and
little son, of Winston-Salem, were here
for the week-end, the guests of Mrs. I).
D. Barrier. They were accompanied
home Sunday evening by Misses Stella
Misenheimer and' Mildred Barrier, who
will be in Winston-Salem for this week.
< Miss Laura Heilig is l visiting friends in
Mr. Blair Sullivan, of Lineolnton, is
spending the week here with Mr. Brown
Miss Ella Belle Shirey, of Corfcord,
will arrive this evening for a visit to
relatives here. >.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shankle and
children, of Albemarle, were here Sun
day, to spend the day with Mrs. Shankle's
father, Mr. A. C. Barrier.
Mr. Charles Walters, of tVtoleemee,
spent Saturday night with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bpger, and
children, of Concord, 1 were the guests on
Sunday of Prof, and Mrs. George F. Mc-
Mrs. Zeb Cox, of Jacksonville, Fla., is
spending some time with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Drye and Mr. and
Mrs. Prince Goodnight, of Landis, visit
ed relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Trip Drye. of Moores
ville, were guests of relatives here the
Mr. John H. McDaniet,is spending this
evening at Carolina Springs, with Mr.
Jay E. Schenek.
The Community Sing for this week
will he held on the Collegiate Institute
campus Wednesday evening, promptly at
7:30, with Rev. C. W. at the
leader. The children are. to assemble at
7 o’clock to piny games.
The world’s riffle championships will
be held at St- Gall, Switzerland, early
in August, under the auspices of the ,
International Shootingg Union. ,
_ All Suits Reduced i
25 to 50 Per Cent. |
Straw Hats at Half Price
I Including Panamas and Leghorns
CANNON BUILDING , : ;
FANCY DRY GOODS WOMEN'S WEAR j
SUGAR! SUGAR! SUGAR! f
Get Your Supply Now; It Cant Well Go Lower.
100 Lb. Bags $6.50; 25 Lb. Bags $1.75; 10 Lb. Bags 75c
We don’t sell it for lc under cost, but from 1-2 to lc over cost. You l
can get it from us any hour of the day any day of the week and any *■
week of the year. J
You don’t have to wear a dress or be a full grown man to buy our i
IV e sell to judges, lawyers, doctors, preachers! laymen, farmers chili!
dren, “niggers,” merchants and all other classes.
We do not offer you some staple article of dry goods at 20 per cent, un-
cost to get you to patronize us.
.Y e aro . iu the sr°cery business and solicit your patronage' solely on -
the merits of our goods and service.
__ C. H. BARRIER & CO.
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Light Plants and Batteries '
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter- | |
[ nating current and Washing Machines for direct or alter- 1
| nating current. j j
R. H. OWEN, Agent
| Plume 6ti Concord, N. C. ![!
I sboc values,
Take a look at your
I™] s, ioes, Mister Man! j
JIH mark of neat appear-
’ / ance? If you need j
I new Oxlofds in '
l swanky styles and
V..-’ want to save real
I * money, come here!
| Choice of tan, black,
jL / ar \ or brown. Ten dis-j .
J ,ferent models to , i
I $2.45 1
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