YOU’VE HEARD OF IT FOR
Now You Will Have The Privilege Of
This was a great story—many con
sider it O. Henry’s best—“A Retrieved
It was a great stage play---It thrill
ed vast audiences for year?.
Now it has been made into a great
movie which is being enjoyed by mil
The hero of “Alias Jimmy Valen
tine” actually lived, and was a pal of
O. Henry’s in the Ohio State Peniten
tiary. The great short story writer
wrote it out of the heart.
To put it over in the movies the
greatest cast available was assembled.
Such names as Haines, Lionel Barry
more, Karl Dane, Tully Marshall and
Leila Hymans add lustre to the pro
Paul Armstrong, one of the country’s
best dramatic authors, wrote the vers
ion: JacJ: Conway directed it, and Me*
tro-Goldwyn-Mayer produced it.
You simply can not afford to miss it.
SHOWING TWO DAYS ONLY
TODAY AND TOMORROW
COMEDY AND NEWS REEL ALSO
ON THE BILL.
j Personal And Local
Mr- George Moure and Mi,n>
Is; pci Robens spent Saturday in
| Charlotte with Mrs. Aaron ltob
Mrs. J, H. Dover is .spending this
week in Lincoln tori. with l.er daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Love.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mc.Murry
visited Mr. and Mrs Chas. Wall in
Lexington, over the week-end.
Mrs. Mamie Scarborough and
son, Groff in of Newton were dinner
guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge
Miss Frances Hendrick and t’aul
Whisnant spent the wec«c-end in
v n.arlotte with Mr and Mrs. J.
Miss Ruth Leary accompanied
i' s Mary Neal Davis to her home
Gastonia Friday tor a week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Stainback
of Henderson, announce birth of
a daughter, Jean, at the Henderson
hospital. January 2. Mrs. Stainback
| was formerly Miss Lois am.
Mr. Evans Hartgrove of Clwr
lotto spent the week-end with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Miss Ruth Dixon of Limestone
college spent the week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cline are
spending -a few days with their
son. Mr. Zeb Cline and family
about eight miles east of town.
Miss Madge McCoy spent the
week-end in Gastonia arid Char
lotte with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L R. Cornevin and
family and Mr. and Mrs. R. J,.. Ar
mour and family spent Sunday at
Mrs. Eleanor Theall of Cleveland.
Ohio, is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
W. C. Peake.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben McBrayer
and family of Forest City. Mrs.
Corrie McBrayer and Miss Bessie
McBrayer were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lackey Sunday.
Messrs. Roy Newman and Ralph
Gardner spent the week-end at tne
executive mansion In Raleigh as
the guests of young Gardner's par
ents, Governor and Mrs. O. Max
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Chandler an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Louise Katherine, at their home in
Miami. Fla.. January 16. Mrs.
Chandler was formerly Miss Paul
ine Ingram of Shelby.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Lector Eskridge of
New York, who are spending the
winter at Finehurst, spent the week
end with their mother. Mrs. Sarah
Eskridge and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Professor Elliott of Mars Hill is
spending a few days here in the in
terest of Mars Hill college.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner arc
moving today into their newly
built home on West Warren street.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roach, jr. left
Friday for Mooresville where they
will visit Mrs. Roach's parents for
Miss Kathleen Hord of Brenau
college. Gainesville. Ga.. is spend
ing a few days at home on account
j of the illness and death of her
grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Mc
Miss Minnie Eddins Roberts of
Gastonia visited 'the home folks
i over the week-end.
Mr. Ladd Eskridge of Newberry,
i S. C. '-isited relatives here over tire
| Mr,. M \V. Parrish and daugh
ters. Misses Ida Mae and Mabel
Parrish of Asheboro returned to
(heir heme yesterday after several
days visit to Mr. and Mrs. William
McCord at their new home in Bel
Mesdauies 1. W. Hamrick, F. R.
Mar *«n, a. S. Uortop and Miss
Sttf, never'.' leave tomorrow by
motor lor Atlanta to spend a few
Judge and Mrs. J. L. Webb re
1 tinned from Raleigh where Mrs.
Webb spent a month with Gover
nor and Mrs. Gardner. While away
Mrs. Webb was the recipient of
many social courtesies, having won
the Raleigh people by her hand
some personality and sweet friend
Judge and Mrs. E. Y Webb and
two children. Lillie end Jimmie
Taylor, returned Saturday from
Mrs. J. H. Hull is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Thompson Daniel,
in Tampa. Florid*.
Mr, and Mrs Toni Moore motor
ed to Smith held Inst week. stop
ping over m Raleigh for lunch with
Governor and Mr Gardner
Miss Mtllicent Blanton Uit Sat
urday for New York city white
She will lake a course in inferior
Judge J 1 \Vrb!> t- holrftn .
rourt till week at V.Vd.-sbmo
Mis , Rltrabet h M. Brnyi 1 relitrti
rd yesterday from a week's visit to
Mr and Mrs Odus M Mull in Ra
Mr. Rim Austell. Mr and Mrs
Jim Austell of Blacksbuie Mr‘and
Mrs, O F. Austell of Karl, Mes
dames Kalp Aydlotte and Man
Sarratt. ill sister-' and brothers of
Mr. Joe Austell spent Sunday in
Greenville, S. C. with him
Mrs. Flay Hcey-is spending this
week in Monroe visiting friends
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Mr. lltll Hudson left yesterdav
for a busirio - trip to Balliinori
which will keep him away for a
Mr. and Mrs. Win.. Bomar, Mrs
Louise Wideman and Billy VVide
man nf Spartanburg', S. C. and Ur
and Mrs. Han rein af Blacksburg
were here Sunday for the funeral
of Mrs. R. 13, McBrayer.
Messrs. Ralph Hoey and FMe>
Pendleton left yesterday tor a
motor trip ol a we< k in ■ Florida.
Messrs. Ed Week and Jack Bar
ker spent the week-end here with
Mr. and Mrs W 1*. Ingram.
The Messrs. Are>. Will and
Ward, with Mr. R. G Honeycutt,
returned the last of the week fro;:,
a Frigidaire^ convention in Atlanta
According to wove! brought back J
from the convention, it was some
event, attended by a thousand
Frigidaire enthusiasts from' all over j
the south. Ward Arey said a new
model Frigidaire. ■ surpassing any
thing yet seen, evasion display) and
ultimately will be brought to Shel
by, to be shown to the local ptibjly
Messrs. W. L. Wright and Evans;
McBrayer were Charlotte visitors j
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Riehbourg.
accompanied by Mr. Howard Spry
and -Mi-. Hack Minis, motored to;
Augusta. Georgia, yesterday to,
visit Mrs. Richbourgs sister. Mrs.:
Hatcher, who is ill in an Augusta |
LEGION TOST TO MEET
TUESDAY IN C OURT HOUSE
Members of the Warren Hoyle;
Post of the American Legion are'
asked to meet in monthly session tv
the court house Tuesday evening a, j
7:30 o'clock. Refreshments will b<
Garnet Cox Wrecks
Auto This Morning
Mr. Garnett Cox. former mem- j
er of the Riviere Drug store firm
here but now located in Spencer,
wrecked his Buiek Coupe at an
errlv hour this morning on the,
Cleveland Springs road just across
from the Dr. J. R. Osborne resi
dence. When Mr. Cox. reached
down to pull up a laprobe. lie said
'.he ear swerved out of the road
struck a telephone post, cutting the ■
p^le down, end then turned over
Mr. Cox received slight, injuries and ,
bruises although it seemed almost .
impossible for him to escape with-'
but serious Injuries. The ear v. a •• j
Regardless of What
Mr. Groundhog t
Cinderella Shoes for ;
Spring are here to \
suit the most critical, j
Hose to Match. I
On The Square.
At t he Theatres
A flashy wi.-tein a picture ol
thrill and action 1 ’list-' Hatton in
the Orphan ol the So-.- it thr
headline at traction at ■ ir 1 't m,. ..
today 1! t a new oft ut west mi.
tin- pter hittkliii; bat!: t> Uic stu
rmi days ol 'ill H.vrton 1;> ii dash
ing 'taut;: trader, who holds vout
interest nrt minute with lllsHlsr
Tlx beaut it ul .tar Olive Harden
iii 'S.title: in j.ove tops the bill
tomorrow I'he pir11ire was made
from a Time Story tale ol Met mil d
Mo hidden It t reitl and nipping
The thread et the story t . son!:, on
the auction block 6i midnight
whoopee It Is very modem, revoal
11)': life a. it •. lived today, .splen
didly p:roue. -I* ..nil idily acted.
Hunity Gordon is in the cast.
"Alins Jininn Valentine " Is the
big feritur irt t ho Webb today, at id
tomorrow This is a very celebrat
oil play. It got Its initial start
front tfco O Henry short story "A
Retrieve! Reformation." Manx
think it was the greatest short
story O. Henry wrote. it was then1
produced as u stage piece. and had
a howling .Micro •• Now d has been
made into a movie, which is said i
to be excellent. Such stars ns Wtl- i
ham Haines <who plays the lead
role as .Timmy) I.ionel liarrymore
Tully Marshall Karl Dane are lti j
thecas;. .Timmy Valentine actually]
lived, and was a fellow prisoner j
with Q. Henry in the Ohio State
penitential.'. It. is the first time
lately that Haines, lias essayed a
serious roll It is said he does,
Mr. Robert C Miller bought a
pretty new brick house on. the
Cleveland Springs road recently.
Which was owned by Mr. Cicero
Lut? Mr. Miller say. he bought it
lor an investment.
j mi; \m» mu>. ii. i «iiis\ \Ni
\N\Ot N( I IIIKTII ol t.lltl
j Iliiii to Mi. and Mrs. II Is Win ■
| muni. Jioumrj 31, a dainty dinrli
jlii. I.lrljtc Lull Mother and bal^j
r." (IoIth: i iicr!; Mr WhlMi.m!
before iviarriam wits I he nlti’netirc
diuivllt'"- ul Mr and Mr, I? J.
j I'endJt d n
Bib Danger Signs
For “Baby Kissers”
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i JJt w uk. N J. Health OftIrrr
1 oKitrle-, V Drafter ol Newark, foe
| of tivfhienirn and kissing, Invented
a new one today Hr department
started mmluip. to the parents of
each new horn child, baby bibs on
which were printed the words- "l
don't want to be .sick Do not
kiss me *
Order To Police
Is Shoot To Kill
Memphis C hlrf Promises Promo
tion To First M:ui \\ ho
•llas-s ,\ llamlil.
Memphi.- Ti'tui A flurry of
crime in Memphis brought orders
••From. Ghiet of Police Will Lee to I
tits force to "shoot to kill and the
tirst man to bag a bandit gets pro-;
Meanwhile, a roundup was started
of all vagrants and suspicious char- j
acters, and those arrested were held
without bond until they could be
A young man who attacked Miss
Floy Helen Buford. eolle*>* student
and a niece of aiienti Will S.
Knight, continued to elude cap
ture Miss Buford was robbed of
jewelry before tier screams frighten
ed the man away, and the suffered
a beating at ins hands.
A group of soybean growers in
Carteret, county recently sold an
order ol 1.000 bushels of seed soy
beans to farmers in other sections
of the state.
The amount you spend for clothes
oesn’t matter so much as the way you
ake care of them. Keep them in re
pair and have them cleaned and press
Hard on them? Bless you, no. It’s
goc/d for them. It’s only neglect that’s
hard on them.
Shelby Dry Cleaning
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