Monday, Dec. 28, .1925
SO CIE TV
IS BEAUTIFUL AFFAIR
Miss Eltna Gordon Married to Aasbtn
Towtll on Friday Evening.—To
Make Heme in Concord.
A marriage of much interest in the
community was solemnized Friday
evening at 7 :43 o'clock at Calvary
Lutheran Chjurch when Miss Elma
Gordon became t'ae bride of Ausbin
Towel 1. The ceremony was perfomed
*by Rev. M. L. Hester, pastor of the
Prior to the ceremony Miss Grace
Ridenhour sang “Oh Promise Me,"
accompanied by Miss Dorothy Rob
erts. Following this, the bridal party
entered to the strains of the wedding
march from Lohengrin. Harry
and Fred McEachern Entered first, and
were followed by the bride atjd groom.
The bride was dressed in a going
away suit of Ashes of Roses and car
ried a corsage of narcissus and srpet
The ring ceremony of the Lutheran
Churctf was used.
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
T.iweU left for a short trip. On
their return, they»will make their
home ia Concord.
Spending HoMnvs With Mrs. Gor
Miss Cathedine Boykin, of Wash
ington, D. C„ daughter of the late
Edwin T. Boykin, who was a step
son of Airs. William H. Gorman, will
Arrive Tuesday night to spend a part
of the holiday season with Mrs. Gor
man at her home on Franklin Avenue.
To New York For Week.
Miss Catherine Boykin, of Wash-
Eiiznbet'li Smith, Mrs. R. S. Young
and T. T. Smith left Christmas aftfr
noon for New York where they will
spend a week. They will return to
Concord next Saturday.
Dance at Myers Park Club.
Charlotte, Dec. 28.—The Charlotte
Inter-Fraternity Club will give its
usual and unusual holiday dance on
'Tuesday. December 21)tli, at the My
ers Park Club, Charlotte, X. C.
An attractive figure has b.'cn ar
ranged, which will take place at 32
Mark Goffs new Miami Club Or
chestra, originally from Erie, Pa.,
will fr.rnMi the music for the dance.
Tois orchestra has just «enij» : .efe«i an
engagement on Keith's circuit as a
' Fraternity men of other cities, who
ar> not numbers of the club, will be
admitted on proper identification.
This Club, organized in 1023. was
the first, of its kind in the South.
These dances bring together various
Greek-Letter men and yoiyig ladies
from all over the South, and they re
semble a college ball more than a Club
affair. Several cities repadly follow
ed our plan of organizfiatioh.
The officers of .the club for 1925-
4)26 hre: '
1 “resident: John I). Shaw, S. A. E.
Vice-President: S. T. Henderson,
Pi Kappa Phi.
Secretary-Treasurer: Thos. G. Chap
man, A. T. O.
Ball Manager: Win. .T. Yates, K. A.
Asst. Ball Manager: Jack Mil stead,
S. A. E.
Matrimonial squabbles should not
be ehterotl in a diary. The place to
record them is a s (.'ratebook.
As a preventive melt and
ishale Vicks night and
meaning. Apply m» nos
trils before minglidg with
crowds. If feverish, call
a doctor at once.
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Thomas R. Smith, of Chickamauga,
Ga., has returned to bis home after
spending several days in Concord with
hm father, T. T. Smith.
William Branson, of Miami, Fla.,
is spending the Christmas holidays in
the city visiting his mother, Mrs W.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Allman, of
Lando, S. C., spent Saturday in Con
cord On a business trip. J
Miss Katherine Wolff, Miss Muriel
l Wolff and Luther Wolff spear" the
week-end" in Salisbury as tha guest
of their sister, Sirs. Rob Roy Perry.
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Sir. and Mrs. Charles Wadsworth,
'of Atlanta, are spending the Christ
mas holidays in Concord as the guests
of Dr. and Sirs. W. H. Wadsworth.
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.Toe Si. "Sills, of Lebing, Fla., is
spending the holidays in Concord.
Walter P.. Ritchie and family, of
lia'eigh, were visitiitg relatives here
Paul Parks aVd family, of Dur
ham, spent a few days here last week
with Mrs. Parks’ mother, Sirs. John
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Howard C. Cosby, of Greenville,
spent the holidays in Cohcord.
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George Slurr, of CoolAetnee, was
here Saturday visiting his father, D.
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Sirs. H. .P. Gnffy and (laughters,
Slisses Edith and Lois Gussy, of Ox
ford, are visiting Sir. and Sirs. L. L.
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Sir. and Sirs. J. Clyde Gaither, of
Statesville, arrived Saturday to visit"
Sir. and Sirs. L. L. Slaulden.
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Sir. and Mrs. A. S. Brower and
daughter, of Raleigh, spent Christmas
here with the former's parents, Mr.
and Sirs. R. A. Brower.
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J. Lee Carpenter returned Sunday
niglit to his home in Greenville, S.
C.. after spending several -days here
with his daughter. Sirs. \V. SI. Sher
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Sir. and Mrs. Hugh SI. Propst and
son, of Pamplico, S. C„ spent Christ
mas here with home folks.
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Mr. and Sirs. Ec N. Brower and
sen, of Rooky Slount, returned Sun
day after spending ChHstmns here
w.th Sir. and Sirs. It. A. Brower.-
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Sliss Luey Richmond Lentz re
turned Sunday night from Greens)
boro, where she spent Christmas with
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Slips Emily Pounds is spending sev
eral days with Sliss Sarah Reynolds
, in Asheville. .
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Sliss Minnie Hill Davis is the guest
of Miss Ora Lee Jenkins, of Greens
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Sirs. Parsons Eubanks and children,
of Charlotte, and Miss Loon Gaul, of
Chester, S. C.. spent Sunday at the
home of Mrs. T. B. Sturgiji, on Acad
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Sir. and Sirs. M. F. Crooks hnd
children, of High Point, spent Sunday
in (he city with koine folks
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Sirs. Howard Cline and 1 ittle
daughters, Slarguerite and Betty Jane,
visited relatives here Saturday.
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■Sliss Stella Slisenheimer is visiting
bed sister, Sirs. J. D. Siillef, in Dal
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Sir. and Sirs. J. R. Meredith, of
Thomasville. spent Sunday in the city
as the guests of Sir. and Mrs. G. W.'
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Sir. and Sirs. Luther Bangle, of
Wilmington, spent Sunday in Concord
as the guests of Sir. and Sirs. G. W.
Petrea, of North Church street.
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Mbs Zaun Stroupe. who spent the
Christmas vacation at her home in
Alexis, X. C.; has returned to the city
to resume her duties at countv liurse.
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Sirs. George Host, of Charlotte, was
a visitor at the home of Sir. and Sirs’.
G. W. Petrea "On Sunday.
Sir. and Sirs. A. W. Smith have re
turned from Rockwell and Stanfield,
where they spent the Christmas va
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Sliss Beulah Courtney has returned
from Charlotte aftev spending the
holidays with relatives.
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Sliss Elizabeth Henderson, of
Charlotte, is visiting Sliss Dorothy
Blnek for several days. Sly? is Sliss
Black’s roommate at North Carolina
College for Women.
Miss Xytnena Smith, of Hunders
ville. spent the week-end in Concord
at tiie home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. H.
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Sirs. Sam Petrea, "of .-Miami, Fla.,
is visiting her parents. Sir. and Sirs.
G. C. Griffin.
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Mr. and Sirs. Xathgn Krimiuingcr,
of Charlotte, spent the week- end in
Concord at the home of Sir. Krim
mingpr’s mother, Mrs. W. V. Krim
minger, on East Corbin street.
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Miss Fan Cavin. a student at the
Eastern Carolina Training College at
Greenville, Is spending the holidays
as the guest of Mrs. Homer Bollinger.
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Sir. and Mrs. lYank Dusch Mid
sfin left Sunday for their home in
Xorfolk after visiting some time at
the home of Mrs. Dusch’s fa tiler, D.
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Sir. and Mrs. Robert Jonee and son
have gone to Franklin, Va., to visit
Mr. Jones' relatives.
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Dr. D. A. Garrison, of Gastonia,
liaß returned to his home after spend
ing several days in the city at the
home of D. B. Coltrane.
IB keeping with the desire for things
mannish la this very feminine varla,
tion of the man's evening waistcoat.
Os white sakin broadcloth. It carries
cut the lines of the tailored coat
A scarf, folded to resemble a nook,
completes the effect. (
Miss Lois Crowell and Ernest Robin
son Wedded Here on Christmas
A wedding which came as a sur
prise and which will be of State
wide interest, was solemnized here
Christmas morning when Miss Lois
Crowe.l and Ernest Robinson were
The ceremony was performed by
Dr. J. C. Rowan, pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church at his home on
North Spring street. There were no
ntteudnnts, duly members of the
families and a few friends being
Mrs. Robinson is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 a-e Crowell and is
a teacher in the Central Grammar
.School. She graduated last year from
Shlem College and is widely known
throughout the state. Mr. Robinson
has made his home here for several
yenrs, being manager of Robinson's,
a successful woman’s apparel shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will fiave
rooms at the home of Mrs. B. E.
Harris upon their return from their
Mrs. Gibson Entertains at Tea.
Mrs. W. H. Gibson was hostess at
an informal tea at her home on North
Upton street Saturday afternoon at 4"
o’clock. 'Thirty people were present at
Entertain at Buffet Supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Canaan enter
tained Saturday, evening at a Buffet
supper for their families and a few
friends at their home on North Un
Halls, Tenn., Graphic.
The marriage of Miss ,Winogene
Love Miller and W. # C. Walked in
Ripley, Tenn., November 14th came
as a surprise to t’aeir many friends
iicde and elsewhere.
Miss Miller is the charming and
talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. and granddaughter of
Mrs. C. A. Love. The bride is a
very popular member of the younger
Mr. Walker holds a very respon
sible position with the State highway
department with headquarters *in
Halls, Tenn. He comes from a proih
inent family in Concord, N. C. He
has a wide circle of friends hire. The
bride and groom are making t’aeir
hpme at the bride's mother for an in
definite period, on West Ligret street.
Dance Tonight at M. and M. Club.
What will probably be ilie meat
elaborate dance of the Christinas sea
son in Concord is to be given tonight
at the Merchants and Manufacturers
Club when the club is host to its
friends. Hal Kemp's Orchestra will
play for the dance.
Club officials have announced that
a strict adherence to the “admit by
card only" rule will be followed in
We thank you for
your very liberal
patronage for the
Wish you a Merry
Christmas and a
happy New Year
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
W. G. FERRELL DEAD
AT HOME IN CONCORD
Funeral Services Were Held "This
Morning at Smith’s ChapeL—Ten
W. G. Ferrell, 79, , died at his
home on Mfeenheimer Avenue Sat
urday night at 11 o’clock after a
prolonged illness for over 15 years,
death resulted from kujney trouble.
Funeral services were held this
morning at 10 :30 o’clock at the home
and barial was made at Smith
Chapel, Rec. Mr. Reeves officiating.
Mr. Ferrell was born in Mecklen
burg County on May 5. 1846, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Ferrell
He lived on Misenheimer Avenue for
three years He was a member of
Surviving are 10 children, three
Sons and seven daughters: Mrs, Min
nie Sherrill, Mrs. George Ooly, Mrs.
O. C. Harrison, Mrs. Francis Sell
ings, all of Concord; Gene Ferrell, of
Kannapolis; "Rne Ferrell, of Moore,
ville; Rev. E. M. Ferrell, of Cpsar.
N. C.; John Ferrell, of Iredell
County; Mrs. Gussie Fringe and
Mrs. May Long, : both of Cabarrus
County. There are a number of
grandchildren surviving. *
R. J. W. HITT DEAD AT
SON’S HOME IN CONCORD
Passed Away After/”lllness of Three
Weeks. —Body to Be Sent to Tar
e6a, GA. For Buriel.
R. J. W. Hitt, 87. died at the home
of his son, Harry J. Hitt, on West
Corbin street, at 2:30 o'clock Monday
morning after aiT illness of 'three
Funeral services will be held? at
Tacroaf'Tjn.. no hour having been Set
yet for burial. The body will be heel
to Taoeoa and train No. 33 Wednesday
Mr. Hitt was born in Greenville, 8.
O. the son of the late Mr. and Mr.-.
Wiley Hitt. He has resided in Con
cord at the home of his son for a
number of years.
Surviving him are three sons and
one daughter: George W. Hitt, of
Houston. Texas; John W. Hitt, of
Houston. Texas, and Harry J. Hitt,
of Concord, and Mrs. B. C. Moore, of
HAS BICYCLE STOLEN
WHILE IN STORE
Charles Ivey Loses New Gift From
Santa Claus When He Goes in
Father’s Storo Saturday.
Charles Ivey, Che son of Mr. and
Mrs. C- A. Ivey of South Union
street, is having hnrd luck these
Santa Claus was good to him and
brought a nice new red Columbia
bicycle for his Christmas present.
Saturday afternoon, he stopped in
front of his father’s store for u
short while and parked it on the out
side While lie went Inside.
On coming out a few moments
later, there was no trace of the
bicycle. An effort was made im
mediately to recover the bicycle. The
lea# was reported to .the police who
followed clues available but they
were unable to find out anything
Marriage Licenses Issued.
Register of Deeds Elliott has issued
marriage licenses to the following cou
ples: Arthur J. Lentz and Miss Mat
tie Blackwelder, both of Concord,
Route (i; Thomas Carter, of Waco,
Texas, and Miss Esther Myers, of
Tennessee; Burwell Fincher, of
Charlotte, and Miss Treecie Under
wood, of Concord Route 7 ; Will Lowe
and Miss Bertie Pope, both of Con
cord ; Lee Roy Litaker and Miss Wil
ma Blnckw-ekler , both of Concord;
and “James F. Harwood, and Miss
Effie Furr, both of Mt. Pleasant"
Route I. , i
In addition licenses were issued to
several colored couples last week.
Miss Vera Hopkins and EverrUo Host
Miss Vera Hopkins, of No. fi : own
ship, and, Everette L. Host, of Silen
cer, were married Thursday evening,
the ceremony being performed in York,
"S. C., where the couple had motored.
After spending the night in Char
lotte. Mr. aud Mrs. Rost returned to
Mr. Bost's father’s. D. G. Dost, where
they spent Christmas day.
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
MONDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1923
Cotton seed 40 1-2
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At The Star Theatre Today
ARE YOU A PENCIL WHIT
The old fashioned cedar lead
pencil is too long when it is
view aud too shorU-when it is
old, ahd half its use goes to
waste In the whittling. Every
toy and girl starting to school
next week ought to have a
FTNE rOYNT pencil and so
save the wAste and time Os pen
cil whittling. We sill them.
S* W. Preslar
TO BUILD ADDITION
TO ICE PLANT HERE
A. B. Pounds Announces Ten Thou
sand Dollar Addition to the Local
Plant. Work to Begin Immediately.
Announcement was made this morn
ing by A. 8.. Pounds that he would
enlarge his ice plant immediately and
would put new machinery in the
building to replace old uiachinery, the
improvements to cost about SIO,OOO.
A new brick addition, 33 feet by
33 feet, will be detected by John R.
Query to house the new machinery.
All the old steam plant is to- be dis
carded and new electrically driven
machinery will be installed, a total
of 200 horsepower to be used when the
plant is finished.
The new output, when the plant is
completed, will total 55 tons per day.
The present plant was constructed
in 1914, eleven years ago. Since it
was built, it has had a number of
improvements made to it and the in
stallation of machinery will mark the
discarding of the last of the machin
ery installed at that time. Mr.
Pounds has been in the ice business
for a period of 24 years.
According to present plans the
plant will be finished and ready for
operation by April Ist of next year.
The machinery has been purchased
from .the-Frick Company, of Waynes
boro. Pa., and the motors have been
purchased from the General Electric
Co., of Charlotte.
J. G. Johnson, of Roanoke, Va.,
will be chief engineer and will move
his family to Concord this week.
Mr. Pounds declared this morning
that lie had been increasing the
amount of business in Concord but
that his largest increase had come in
the county where he had been mak
ing a special effort to procure regular
No man w a hopeless fool until he
has made fool of himself twice in
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Combined with Ours
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man wisely reinforces
his own judgment
with that of his banker
in financial questions*,
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>fRS. DAVID BCHENCK DEAD.
Widow of Distinguished Judge and
Sister of Famous Confederate.
Greenaboro, Dec. . 26.—Funeral
services will be held "for Mrs. David
Scitfnek, widow op the distinguished
judge of that name, in Holy Trinity
church this city, Sunday afternoon
at 3 o’clock. The body will be laid
to rest in Green Hill cemetery here.
Mrs. Schenek died at her home here
Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. She
was 35 years of age.
She was born in Lincoln tori, at
Ramseur, the sister of Maj. Gen.
Stephen D. Ramseur, of the Confed
eracy, whose likeness will be carved
on the Stone Mountain memorial.
She and her husbapd moved here in
1882 and she has resided continu
ously since. She leaves a daughter,
Miss Rebecca Schenek, of this city,
and five sons. Judge Michael Schenek
of Hendersonville; J. S. Schenek, of
Fayetteville; Dr. D. R. Schenek, of
Rutherfordton; Paul Schenek, of
this city, and W. E. Schenek, of
Neil M. Alexander Dies in DeLand
Charlotte, Dec. 27.—Neil M. Alex
ander, 63 years old, former Oharlot
tean and prominent in Florida for
the last quarter of a century us a
developer of the citrus industry and
as a packer of fruits, died at his
home in Deland, Fla., a few days ago
and was buried at DeLand.
Word of Mr. Alexanders death
came in advices to friends here.
Mr./-Alexander' was born and rear
ed in the Hopewell section of Meck
lenburg County and lived in Char
lotte for a while. In 1881 he left
Charlotte to join his father, the late
A. H. Alexander at Bresfinrd, Fla.,
where the latter had been for some
The new dresses are straight
enough, even if they are cut by de
jlp ; €
Some men have bought clothing here for years as a mat-|
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what we are getting at • .
If both classes compared—we’d still have the men •we]
have now—and we’d be very apt to be serving you}
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