FOR YOUR BETTER QUALITY
One Hundred and Twenty-Five Crepes
PRICED FOR THIS WEEK AT
ONE HUNDRED BEAUTIFUL
Attractively priced for this week’s
selling. Dressy Coats, gorgeously fur
trimmed in blacks, browns, tans and
the new shades of blue. Also a nice se
With genuine Beaver and Fox Cuffs
and collars. Priced from
$19.75 to $97.50
Our line of Hand Bags, Kid Gloves,
Underwear, Hosiery and other Acces
sories has never been more complete.
You are cordially invited to look at
our merchandise. You will see the
newest creations in fine Ladies’ Wear
J. C. McNeely Co.
Personal And Local
Miss Mildred Thompson and Mrs.
A1 Bennett went to Charlotte Sat
urday to attend a sorority meeting
at Queens college.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Quinn were
in Charlotte last week to see A1
Jolson at the Broadway.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Showalter of
Knoxville, Tenn., were week-end
guests of Mrs. Kate L. Worth. Mrs.
Showalter was formerly Miss Marie
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Austell of
Earl spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Austell in Greenville, S. C.
Messrs. Louis Roberts, Billy Mc
Knight and I. C. Griffin, jr., of
Davidson college were week-end
visitors. Dan Stephenson also of
Davidson accompanied them home
and was a guest of Billy McKnight.
Mrs, Mary Mundy returned Sun
day from Newton where she had
visited the past week. She was ac
companied home by Mr. and Mrs.
*T. C. Clifton and three children
who spent the day with her.
Mr. Chester H. Bond, manager of
Montgomery Ward company return
ed Saturday from a business trip to
Mrs. M. D. Hopper and Miss Liz
zie Turner spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Hopper at Bat Cave.
Mesdames Raleigh Haynes and
Yates Miller of Cliff side were
Shelby shoppers Friday.
Miss Ruth Dickson of Limestone
college spent the week-end at home,
accompanied by two friends, Misses
Elia and Pauline Sanders of Lime
Miss Dickson has recently been
elected president of the North Caro
lina club at Limestone college, Miss
Grace Sarratt of Earl, vice presi
dent and Miss Evelyn Mullinax of
Grover, secretary and treasurer.
Mesdames Kate L. North, Chas.
Washburn, W. H. Hudson, Misses
Egberta North and Ruby Eilis at
tended the linen shower, given by
Mrs. C. F. Harry in Grover Thurs
day afternoon, honoring Miss Mary
Helen Keeter, a bride elect.
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Ferguson of
Charlotte stopped over for a few
hours visit to Mr. and Mrs. George
Blanton Friday afternoon tn route
to Chimney Rock for a week-end
Misses Ora Upshaw', Grace Reid,
Messrs. Hackett Blanton and Wade
Hoey attended the ball game in At
Mr, and Mrs. George Blanton and
family spent Sunday in Gaffney
with Col. A. N. Wood and Mr. and
Mrs. Chas Hames.
Frank A. Hamrick, Jr,, and Mr.
and Mrs. Coy C. Morrison leave
Monday morning for a ten day
motor trip to Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia and New York
Misses Mary Brake and Myrtle
Harris spent- the week-end in
The three following Western Un
ion boys, W. D. Willis, Fairly Moore
and Lee Wright took a long bicylcle
ride yesterday to Fallston, Belwood,
Casar and Lawndale, taking dinner
with Lawrence Walker near Casar.
Miss Eflie Propst spent Sunday
Miss Isabel Morgan of LaGrange,
Ga„ is the charming guest of Miss
Mr. Joe Hamilton of Charlotte
joined Mrs. Hamilton here yester
day for the day. Mrs Hamilton had
been visiting Miss Mary Adelaide
Roberts and was an honorec in her
party on Saturday.
Miss Mildred Thompson and Mrs.
A1 Bennett attended the installation
dinner in Charlote Saturday given
by the Kappa Delta sorority of
Queens college at the Hotel Char
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore spent
Sunday with relatives in Grover.
Misses Ora Upshaw and Grace
Reed and Messrs. W. H. Blanton,
jr., and Wade Hoey atended the
Georgia Tech-Notre Dame football
game in Atlanta Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Camp and
family, Mrs. C. R. Gibson and son,
Edwin, spent Sunday in the moun
Mesdames W. B. Nix, J. Y. Irvin,
and Miss Lucille Nix spent Satur
day in Charlotte and also saw A1
Jolson at the Broadway.
Mrs. Lee R. Mayhue was carried
to the Shelby hospital last night
where she underwent a slight op
Misses Kate, Sallie and Leitna
Bettis, Ophelia Moss and Mrs.
George Washburn were visitors in
Dr. H. K. Boyer and Mesdames
P. L. Hennessa, C. R. Hoey, and
George Hoyle leave Wednesday
morning for Charlotte to attend the
annual conference there.
Mrs. F. L. Sanders of Marion, Va„
is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. K.
Boyer and will accompany her to
Charlotte the last of the week to
attend the annual conference.
Miss Mae Elmore spent the week
end with friends.
Mr. A. V. Harrill and son, Newson,
of Charlote, visited Dr. and Mrs.
T. G. Hamrick Sunday.
Miss Ollie Bomar of Charlotte
spent the week-end with Miss Ruth
Hopper and attnded the Charlotte
and Shelby football game Friday.
Messrs. Bill Latimore, Tom Dor
sey, Stanley Hall, Rudy Blanton
and Zeb Butler of Forest City were
Shelby visitors Sunday.
Messrs. Jim Parham and Jack
Grosse of Charlotte spent the week
end with Mr. Earl Wolfe on N. La
Fayette street and attened the
football game Friday.
Miss Dorothy McKnight of N. C.
C. W. spent the w'eek-end at home
and had as her guest, Miss Christie
Maynard of Winston-Salem.
Miss Eugenia Adams of Richmond.
Va., is spending a week with Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. McKnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Bergeron and two
daughters, Misses Charlotte and
Carrie Bergeron of Charlotte at
tended the ball game here Friday.
Miss Charlotte remained ever for
the week-end visiting Miss Eliza
The Princess Theatre
WHERE THE CREAM OF PICTURES ARE BEING
WE INVITE COMPARISONS.
SPECIAL TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
See CLARA BOW
IN HER LATEST
“THE FLEETS IN"
Now playing Broadway at
IT’S HER BEST PICTURE
YET. DON’T MISS IT.
COMEDY — NEWS.
— SAVE YOUR COUPONS! —
CASH PRIZES EACH MON.-WED.-SAT. NIGHT
PRIZE WINNERS LAST WEEK:
Mr. Woodrow Davis, Mr. Hayes, Miss Estell Harrill,
Miss Louise Cottle, Master Bobbie Cabaniss, Mr. Odis
With Each Paid Admission You Have A Chance — 6
Prizes During The Week.
COMING THURSDAY — “THE DOCKS OF N. Y
So That’s How It Happened?
Dr. Hugo Eckener, commander of the great Graf Zeppelin, and
his son, Knut Eckener, a member of the crew, were too busy
with the details of landing the dirigible to pay much attention
to the spectacle they were creating. So they read about it the
next day over their breakfast coffee in the Hotel Warwick,
where they are making their residence in Mew York City,
international Newsreel Photo f
We have just received and put on display many
of our holiday watches. We have selected an es
pecially pretty Bracelet Watch in White Gold to put
on sale this week at the special price of $9.50. Be
sure and come in and see our large line of Watches
for men and women. We have never had a larger
line of quality watches and our prices are very low.
T. W. Hamrick Co.
JEWELERS & OPTOMETRISTS.
With Eve Southern and Malcolm Mc
Gregor and a brilliant cast of young
A story of a woman without a soul,
who knew all the wavs to win a man’s
Also a funny comedy and Tarzan
— TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY —
Look! That D. W. Griffith’s big spe
cial made by United Artists—A brand
new picture, is here.
“THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES”
With Phyllis Haver, Belle Bennett,
Jean Hersholt, Sally O’Neil and a
whoopee of a cast of young flappers.
Beautiful Settings. A dressed up pic
ture. A masterly production bv a mas
ter producer. A picture for Mother,
Father, Son and Daughter. For all who
hearken to the call of romance.
Come early and get a good seat. A
ALSO NEWEST NEWS REEL.
WHY CARRY A WALLET or a purse
filled with money, subject to loss?
A CHECK BOOK is so easy, and such
a safe method of handling personal fi
nances, besides you will have a receipt
for your transactions.
COME IN and start your checking ac
count, and once you have it, you will
never want to be without its conven
ience and safety.
BRING IN YOUR COTTON CHECKS
AND DEPOSIT THEM.
First National Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
RESOURCES OVER FOUR AND A
HALF MILLION DOLLARS.
We consider dye
ing a very serious
business, but with
we have found that
it can be done in a
We do our dyeing
work with the
care that charac
terizes our clean^
ing, pressing ands
It pays to dye care
Shelby Dry Cleaning
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