MISS MAYME ROBERTS
5 Social Editor Phone *.56
5 fjew nems phoned to Miss Roberts will be appreciated
Benefit Card Tarty
To Be Given Soon.
No. 2 Division of the Woman’s
club will give a tenefit card party j
at the club room at an early date.
Lovely prizes end refreshments will
Miss Lana Greene entertained a 1
number of her friends on last Sat
urday evening at her home on
South LaFayette street. Progressive
conversation and dancing v ere en
joyed throughout the evening. After
which Miss Greene assisted by her
sifter, Mrs. W. L. Sisk, served de
Tuesday 3:30 p m.—The Wom
an's Democratic club will meet at
the court house.
Thursday 3:30 p m.—No. 2 Di
vision of the Woman's club will
meet at the club room, Hostesses
Mesdames J. T. Beason, Chas. Wash
burn and M. P. Coley.
Thursday 8 p. m —'The evening
Division of the Woman's c'ub will
meet at the club room. Mrs. Chas
The following handsome invita
tions have been received:
“Mr. and Mrs. Dock John Keeter
request the honor of your presence at
the marriage . of their daughter.
Mary Helen, to Mr. William Charles
Pearce, on Thursday evening, Nov
ember first, nineteen hundred and
twenty-eight, at six-thirty o'clock.
First Baptist church. Grover. North
Carolina. Reception immediately
after the ceremony at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Keeter.
Mrs. O. M. Suttle
Hostess To Chicora Club.
Mrs. O. M. Suttle was a cordial
hostess to the members of the
Chicora club Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock entertaining at her home
on N. LaFayette street, which was
arranged with gorgeous roses and
chrysanthemums from her own
The subject of study for the aft
ernoon was, “Famous Madonnas.”
Most interesting, papers were read
on the subject by Mesdames L. A.
Gettys, L. F. McBrayer, and J. F.
Jenkins. A social hour followed at
which time the hostess gave her
guests a delightful treat by serv
ing a Mexican dish. “Hot-ta-ma
les” with buns and accessories, fol
lowed by an ice course and nuts.
Mesdames Henry Kendall and L,
F. McBrayer assisted Mrs. Suttle in
Miss Sue Andrews
Gives Bridge Party.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. O.
Andrews on S. Washington street
was beautifully arranged with quan- j
tities of lovely fall flowers, when!
Miss Sue Andrews, of Charlotte, j
who is a member of the Ishpening i
club gave a lovely bridge party Fri- j
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in !
honor of the Ishpening club and
Mrs. Shem Blackley, a recent bride,;
and cousin. The guests found their j
places with the most attractive tal- j
lies to the five bridge tables which i
were graced with bowls of mixed
The high score prize, a fancy tea !
bell, was won by Mrs. Draper Wood l
and the low- score prize, a deck of
cards went to Miss Elizabeth Ebel
toft. The honoree. Mrs. Blackley
was presented with a lovely table
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing beautiful plates of chicken salad,
sandwiches, punch and nuts by her
sisters-in-law, Mesdames William I
and Robert Andrews and Mrs. Tom
shower For Bride-Elect
Given Bv Mrs. C. F. Harry.
On Thursday afternoon : of lac
week, one of the prettiest parti'-.-;
Grover has ever known was a linen
shower given by Mrs. C. F, Harry
at her handsome new home, in
honor of Miss Mary Helen Keeter. j
whose marriage to Mr, Charles 1
■Pearce of Greenwood, S. C will!
take 'place November l. The mag
nu* -nt lower floor of the Harry j
home was thrown ensuite and pro- 1
lusely decorated with- lovely fall'
flowers. ,phe guests were greeted on
their arrival by Mrs. Harry, Miss.
Keeter and mother, Mrs. D. J
The bride-elect who is a perfect
blonde was gowned in orchid chit- !
fon and velvet with a wrist cor- j
sage of rosebuds.
Punch was served throughout the ;
afternoon by Misses Minnie Frances '
Harry and Mary Hambright.
A unique musical romance con-;
test was engaged in. Mrs. Hill Hud
son and Miss Keeter winning the J
prizes which they in turn present- i
ed to the honoree.
Shortly after the contest a call j
bell was heard, and the bride-elect1
was requested to answer,jwhich she!
found to be suspended in the "den' I
where Geniveve Tate, dressed like]
a little fairy queen was perched
high among daintily wrapped pack
ages of lovely linen. which the
bride-elect unwrapped and passed to
each admiring gu?st.
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing a delicious sweet Course by
Mesdames Joe Wharton. J. H. B.,
Jenkins and Mrs. J. ,B. Ellis.
The guests were then summoned ;
to the dining room, elaborately dec- j
orated The dining table was cov-:
ered with an exquisite hand-made
cover, centered with the bride s cake
in three tiers, decorated in pastel i
shades of pink and yellow. The
honor guest cut the first, each guest
in turn enjoyed the varying fore
casts of fortune, which it is ihe
way of a bride's cake to bring.
Favors were given in the form
of pink rosebud parasols bearing
the date of the wedding.
The out-of-town guests were:
Mrs. Joe Wharton, of Greenwood.
S. C. Mesdmes J. B. Keeter, Carl
Davidson, Lona McGill and Miss
Zona Herd, of.Kings Mountain. Mrs.
H. P. Keeter. of Bessemer City;
Mesdames Kate L. North. Chas.
Washburn, Hill Hudson and Miss
tnby Ellis, of Shelby; Miss Bessie
Turner and Mrs. T F. Oates, of
Rutherfordten. Miss Ruby Keeter
cf Gastonia, and Miss Chas. Love
end Miss Wilma Cettys of Blacks
Mesdames Boyce Dellinger and
John Dorsey were Joint hostesses at
rn elaborate Halloween party, Fri
day night entertaining about fifty
children at the club room in honor
cf their- children. Miss Constance
Dellinger and Master John Dorsey,
The club room was gaily decorat
ed with jack’o’ lanterns, black-cats
and all kind of spooks, ghosts and
witches could be seen. Many games
and contests were enjoyed. Mrs.
Winfred Dorsey, dressed as a ghost
told an interesting ghost story. Miss
es Louise Dorsey and Mildred
Laughridge dressed in Gypsy cos
tumes were the fortune tellers. Miss
Mildred Laugliridge gave an ap
propriate reading “The Goblins will
i get you. if you don’t look out.” The
hostesses were assisted in entertain
ing and serving the children with
witches brew, ginger snaps and
chocolate cake by Mesdames Win
fred Dorsey, Kate L. North, Misses
Mary Helen Lattimore, Louise Dor
sey and Egbert a North.
The Garden club Will hold its
Floral Fair Tuesday afternoon Oct
ober 30, beginning at 2 o'clock, and
in the evening also at the Wake
field Floral Shop.
First and second prizes will be
given for the following chrysanthe
mums. Best yellow, white, pink,
Best vase of six yellows.
Best vase of six whites.
Best vase of six pinks.
Best vase of six creams.
Best vase of six bronzes.
Best vase of six. or more of dif
ferent colors, or shades.
Best bloom of any color.
Best vase of roses, any colors.
Best, vase of dahlias, any color,
Also for the most artistic arrange- j
merit of four or more varieties of
any fall flowers.
Prizes will be awarded for the fol- 1
lowing cakes; pound, angel, choco
late layer and caramel layer.
All those who have flowers to
exhibit, regardless of whether they
are members of the Garden club or
not, are asked to telephone Mrs.
Fred Wagner this week.
All who wish to enter the cake
contest are asked to telephone Mrs.,
John McClurd this week.
Miss Mary Adelaide Roberts
Gives Large Bridge Party.
The home of Miss Mary Adelaide
Roberts on W. Marion street was ar- |
ranged throughout with a profusion |
oi lovely fail flowers on Saturday!
afternoon, when Miss Roberts de- j
rightfully entertained with a large )
bridge party, honoring Miss Evelyn ;
V1 • t r who will bo married this
week, and Mrs. Joe Hamilton of.1
Charlotte a house guest of Miss Rob- j
erts, Sharing honors with Miss Dover [
and Mrs. Hamilton were the recent;
Shelby brides. Mesdames Roy Wri
Morris. Shem Blackley, Jesse Wash- |
burn, Robert Wilson and Herbert '
Whisnant and Miss Isabel Morgan j
of Ea Grange, Ga., guest of Miss j
Evelyn Dover. The guests were wel
comed on their arrival at the front
door by Mrs W. J. Roberts. An in
formal receiving line was formed
just inside the reception room head
ed by Miss Roberts, gowned in a
navy blue afternoon gown, Miss
Dover in black velvet, Mrs. Hamil
ton in black satin, MBs Morgan in
blue chiffon, Mrs.. Morris wore brown
crepe with accessories. Mrs. Black
ley wore black velvet, Mrs. Jesse
Washburn wore blue georgette and
velvet, Mrs. Wilson wore blue trans
parent, velvet and Mrs. Herbert
Whisnant black satin with lace
The guests found their places at
the eighteen bridge tables which
were centered with bowls oi nas
turtiums. with the most attractive
The high score prize was won -by
Mrs. Durham Moore and • the low
score prizte went to Mrs. Will Are'
Each of the honor;es were present
ed with lovely gifts, and <l.<io the
recent brides were presented with
The hostess was assisted by her
mother. Mrs \V. J. Roberts, and
sister. Miss Minnie Eddins, Misses
Rosalind Nix and MilhcetU Blanton
in serving a salad course with, ac
Byrd Says Goodbye
Here's one of the marvels ot a
modern age: Commander Ricli
ard E. Byrd phoned a last good
bye to his mother in Winchester,
Va., and his brother in Rich
mond,: after which an Interna
tional Newsreel cameraman tele
phoned the pictu. ing of hint
phoning from stateroom aboard
We'd hate to have the ;ob ot
sweeping out campaign headquart
ers the morning after election.—
Santa Ana (Cal.) Register.
And if both the candidates win
all the states they claim, the White
House will have to be remodeled
into a duplex —San Diego Union.
Nowadays when the skirt reaches
the ankle the deduction Is that
something has slipt.—Norfolk Vir
She toy (Joes !)own
In Charlotte Game
I ipt Gold's *’la > Vntl tight Of
Morris’ Eleven Thrilling
Although losing hero Friday to
Churto 19 to 0. Capt. Milky Gold,
plunging, driving, fullback’, and his
st*r,: pjH -liuk’-ylovon of .cripples nave
I Shelby fans a thrill that could have
been surpassed only by a victory.
On two occasions the. charging
Gold and the wiry Zeno Wall be
fore the .latter was knocked out,
threatened to make a victory of a
defeat, but fumbles at critical mo
ments robbed them of their chance
Generally speaking it was a poor- ’
’ !y played game with fumbles break
mg out on both eleven and c nly the
brilliant play of Funderburk speedy
: Charlotte quarter, the all-around
consistency of Gold, and the stub
born stone avail the Shelby line set ’
up. when its goal was threatened
kept tt.: game from being a poor
Charlotte scored two touchdowns
:n the first, quarter, both by breaks
of the game as Shelby displayed a
two-to-one offensive ability during,
the quarter. The second and third
-manors were scoreless, but in th
final Funderburk ran a punt back
48 yards for a touchdown.
Shelby Snaps I p.
On the kick-off Shelby .started,.?
. march fer a touchdown that' was
halted or. Charlottes five-yard line,.
Zeno Wall, displaying his old-time’
cunning and .speed before a spill
upset .hitti. grabbed the kick and
; raced back to mid field. For two
downs he ar.d the lanky Gold ran
the ends and tore through the line.
On the next play Wall dropped
I back and tossed a beautiful 25
: y. rd pass into Gold"s outstretched
arms. A Shelby touchdown seemed
. cert; m for on the next play Gold
ripped through,the heavy Charlotte
line for eight more yards. But there
: Charlotte held. Wall and Gold
weakened by their two-man drive
across the field could go no farther:
Even after Charlotte punted back
. Shelby had the upper hand, but
Wall fumbled and Hunter. Char
lotte center, scooped up the ball,
and chased 56 yards for a touch
down.: Shortly later the dazed Wall
fumbled again and Hunter recover
ed and on the next play Woodside
ran 40 yards for the second touch
down. A tackle a little earlier in the
game had injured the nervy little
Shelby quarterback and he was
keeping in only on his grit. How
i ever, he w as removed a short time
lute ' and the Shelby bark field
winch had only two regulars in to
:.,i;. how Had only one.
1 ightinjc Hard.
In the second quarter Shelby kept j
the ball the major portion of the,
tune but with Wall out of the of-:
h-tse could not muster itself and
"Gold was Overworked- in trying to1
carry the entire burden of 1 tinning, 1
plunging., passing and kicking 1
Meantime up in front of him the '
experienced Shelby forward wall be- [
gin to hold like veterans:
In the third quarter the Shelby:
lads, with their backs hunched un
der the shadow of their own goal i
posts, beat back fdtir consecutive1
Charlotte attacks m a mariner that
seemed superhuman, and brought
the Shelby 'sidelines up cheering
The first time it didn't seem pcs-1
sible as Charlotte drove for the ,
four-yard line and had four downs'
to make it m But led oy Ralph
Gardner, whose ..play at center, was.;
the. best performance of his career; >
by the veteran .Wilson, and by. Big \
joe Singleton;, who came.-to himself'
m the final half, the little Hue,held f.
steadfast. Richards, playing one of j
his first varsity games, was also a
big factor m the goat 'line .defense...'
A few minutes later "Charlotte was ‘j
back cn the six-yard l;n?.
Well, the 'kids held ence but it's
:u-t top much to expect, that they ;
can clo again, ‘ file fans whisper.- | j
ed on. the sidelines.
But with the high, school band !
foiling into its favorite "Shelby ,
high" air the little line, which no j
one had thought ci comparing with .
famous Shelby lines of years gone : j
by. held the second time. Then a ;
third., and on the fourth desperate'
attempt to hold the line not only i
held but threw the Charlotte backs j
for a loss.
However Charlotte with the'
jumping, hurdling little. Funder- j';
burk seemed able to score almost !
at will from mid-field as the wiry j
youngster slipped through weak
tackling attempts by Shelby ’play
Gold Brings ’Em I p.
In the final quarter, even after
Charlotte had scored a third touch
down. both sidelines—-Shelby and
Charlotte—came to their feet in
admiration of the Shelby pluck.
Zeno Wall, who had limped back in
the game in the last half, started j
a final, desperate rally to bring j
Shelby one score. He juggled passes
through the air. one of which Gold v
snagged. Then as the Charlotte line ;
stiffened and it seemed as if Shelby
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was through for the day. Gold
.tpped across lett tackle, tore away
from two tackier*-, muf-anned three
more and seemed to be gone when
the Charlotte safety man pushed
him out. of bounds. One bit of in
terference in getting out the last
man would have meant a touch
down. but the crippled little Wall
couldn't get there, and the other
backs and line players had sprawl- j
ed across the field in getting their
captain that far. Yet the play, the 1
longest Shelby made during the
game, gave the crowd a big thrill. |
And in the final minutes of play as 1
Hoffman, sub end. and Bill I.utti
more, playing ins first year at
tackle, tore through the Charlotte
line to toss their backs for losses
the Shelby sidelines received their
Incidentally, on real toot ball
drive Shelby outplayed Charlotte
making five first downs to Char
lotte's four. Gold with the aid of
Wall accounted for tottr of the five
downs On end runs and forward
The line up:
[ harlotte : 1!)>
Charlotte . _,...13 0 ti 6-10
Scoring touchdowns: Charlotte -
Hunter. Woodside. Funderburk Ex
tra point; Laslie First downs
Charlotte-—4. Shelby 5. Sub titu
tions Chariot te Wilson for Wood -
side. Laxton for Tull. Daniels for
Hunter. Landis tor Wilscri, era vet
for Funderburk. Shore for-Laney.
Peabody for Craver. Lax; on for
Shore . Shelby Rippv tor Wall.
Hoffman for Mauney. Posit n for
Washburn. Mack for Lattnuore Of-;
fic'ia.l.s Rawson (-Georgia1, referee: '
Morehead. 'Carolina', umpire: Lo-;
pan 'N C. State' headiineshir,.). j
Eminent physician has written a,
book oil v by we misbehave, Practi
cally ta rry modern novelist has writ- !
ten dhe on how.--Arkansas Oazette
What can the purist in the use of
words do when he discovers that
applesauce and boloney mean the
same thins?--Shoe and Leather Re
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EGGS -TO MAKE MONEY OUT'
if poultry von have to <jet eggs
when they are high. Feed Secur
j tty laying mash and till the e g
pail We carry nil kinds ol feeds
and supplies A B Suttlc Hatchery.
FOK SALE: POT FLO VEH3.
choice ferns and begonias. On old
highway No. 20G. Mrs. W. H Lon*.
FEED SECURITY D AIRY
feeds and get more milk. We car
ry complete line. A. B. Buttle
Hatchery It 22c
FOR SALE: ONE HOT DOO
and drink stand in good location on
Trade Street See Joe Washburn.
IF YOU NEED HAY SEE ME T
Can sell you a ear or a bale A B.
Suttle It 22c
FOR SALE: SPLENDID LOT
on West side of S LaFayettc street.
Ideal business or residence proper
ty Call 245-J. 3t 22o
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An assortment of colors.
A regular $2.25 value. Bought at a
bargain and priced the same way.
Absolutely all wool. Comes in all the
new shades for fall.
For skirts or dresses. Neat plaids
Velvets and Velveteenj
$1.95 to $4.95
The season’s most popular fabrics in
six or eight new and wanted colors.
40-INCH CREPES AND
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Absolutely your money’s worth in
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The fall patterns are different and as
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This material comes in lots of shades
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