North Carolina Newspapers

    Legion Praised Rv
Local Service Man
*'A comradeship of men who have
memories of squads right. sub
marine infected seas, and trenches
of Prance, are enjoyments of men
who belong to The American
Leglcn,” said Dr. T. B. Gold, M D.,
D. S. C. member of the Warren
Hoyle, Post No. 82 today.
"By paying dues and taking part
in the Legion, a veteran engages
in greai national projects of serv
ice. The Leg.on works for relief of
disabled comrades, their depart
ments, aj.d orphaned children of
veterans. The Legion, through a
great network of ten thousand posts,
is engaged in tpe promotion of na
tional defense, aviation a safety
campaign, a junior baseball world
series, emergency relief, community
service, and scores of worthwhile
jrojects The Legion stands in the
front line tuner of every field
where the interest of World war
veterans Is at stake.
“The Legionnaire receives free
upon payment of his dues to the
organization The American Legion
Monthly. This magazine, produs.
of one of the largest publishing
plants in the- world, is well illu
strated. It commands the writings
of leading authors. It is one of the
most quoted magazines in the coun
try. It is a delightful visitor tc
every man who shares the common
memories of World war service.
'•Membership in the Legion in
most communities, entitle the vet
eran to club privileges as most posts
own then homes. Whenever a vet
eran travels over the United States,
and foreign countries, he finds fel
lo.v Legionnaires. They are friend
ly end need no introduction beyond
a l.egion membership card.
“The Legion is democratic. Its
meetings afford a forum for sell
expression In the Legion there is
no rank. Millionaires associate with
men of the moderate circumstances,
memories of World war days.
"Legion Posts enjoy assistance
and companionship of the Ameri
can Legicn Auxiliary, consisting of
approximately three hundred thou
sand patriotic women. Legion mem
bership carries the privilege of
joining the Forty and Eight, the
play and honor society of the
Legion.
“There are deeper benefits de
rived from membership in the
Legicn. The veteran soon falls
into the swing of things. He soon
catches the spirit. He begins to
ask ‘What can I do to help?' The
men of the Legicn serve in peace
as they did In war."
i WEBB THEATRE
Tuesday & Weineslsy
PR'CES:
20 & 40c
UNITED -
ARTISTS PICTURE
The great master of dramatic art in the se*
quel to “The Three r*'us1,~etee s.” Doug’s
Best, crit;cs decTare. An attendance record
breaker in New York.
— THE CAST —
The Qv.een Mother_E^’e
Coa?taree__Margue-‘*e d-> la Motte
YTdy de Winter_D~r*t’-y Ravi^r
Mad-ma Peronre_Vera Lewis
I o”is XHI-Ro’fa Sedan
I o:»ig XIV and Tvrn B ">4he’‘_WiVa-i Ba’-ewcll
Young Pr'd^e a”d Twin Brother _ _ Go-don Thorpe
Cardinal Richelieu _ N'^l de B-uPer
De Rochefort___ Ulrich Haurt
T-ther Jos*?-h_Lon Po'f
P’-.r^et. DM -^"nsn’s ‘"errant __ rt^-ns
TV King's Valet_He*>rv O'to
Athoa_Lean B-rry
Parkins ____Stan’ev S^ndford
Aranrs___ G’no Car’aJo
D’Artagnan_Douglas Fairbanks
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— TODAY — MONDAY —
Lya De Putti, Jan^ngs co st?r in “Var'ety,” with
Zasu P.'tts in
“BUCK PRIVATES”
A Dra~iatic Co— 'v, Pro^'cei by U.iversr’
WEBB THEATRE
! Personal And Local
I
i
I Mrs. Clyde Hoey, Jr., of Canton]
Is spending two weeks with her
parents here while Mr. Hoey has
gone on a business trip to Connecti
cut.
Miss Abble Jane Wall spent the
week-end with Miss Marlon Car
michael at Wcavervllle.
] Mrs. Sam Blanton Is doing nice
ly at the Shelby hospital, following
an operation Saturday morning.
Mrs. Wilbur Baber leaves Wednes-1
day for Hallettesville, Texas to spend
two or three months with her
mother.
Mrs. Zeno Wall. Misses Laura
Wetherspoon and Pearl Tweed visit
d friends and relatives at Mar
ihal over the week-end.
Mrs. J. C. Smith arrived home •
Friday night from a five week's
stay in Jacksonville, Fla.
Miss Irene Price of Bolling
Springs Junior college rpent the
week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Letter, Misses
Virginia Letter and Ntta Benton
spent Sunday with friends In Con
cord.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wall of Lex
ington were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harris were
Charlotte visitors Friday.
Mrs. Dargan Grlgg was a Shelby
shopper Saturday.
Misses Lottie and Myrtle War
ren of Gastonia, and Miss Fannie
Paul, piano teacher of Boilings
school were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Hoey.
Mr. Chas. Wilkins remains quite
ill at the home of his sister, Mrs.
lee Dover.
Mrs. W. W. Mauney attended the
funeral of her father, Mr. Bechler.
in Rock Hill Friday.
Some Shelby shoppers Saturday
were: Misses Eloice and Martha
Sue Royster of Fallston, Prof, and
Mrs. Ledford of Belwood, Mrs.
Fred Washburn of Lattlmore and
G. M. Gold of Lawndale.
Mrs. W. L. Lucas underwent an
operation on her eye In Charlotte
last Tuesday by Dr. A. M. Whis
nant. She will return lor a sim
ilar operation this week.
Mrs. A. E. Gregory is spending
this week in Gastonia with Mrs.
Wilks Gregory.
Miss Oveida Dedmon is spending
this week with her aunt, Mrs. W. L.
Lucas.
Bill Hatley of Hendersonville was
a Shelby visitor over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. William Osborne
and Mrs. J. R. Osborne visited Dr.
Joe Osborne in Raleigh over the
week-end.
The following relatives accom
panied Mrs. W. L. Lucas to Char
lotte last Tuesday: Mesdames H. D.
Wilson. B. Williams, Misses Gaz
zie Botts, Mary Lucas and Henry
Lucas.
Mr. Frank P. Moses and family
have moved from Cherry ville to the
farm of Mr. Carl Spangler.
Mr. E. G. Brandon spent the
week-end hi York with his chil
dren and mother, Mrs. W. L.
Brandon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McCoy and
the latter’s brother and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Spratt and Mrs.
James Riley of Ypsilante, Mich.,
spent the oast week-end at Char
leston, S. C.
Representative O. M. Mull and
Miss Montrose Mull who were here
from Raleigh for the week-end with
Mrs. Mull and Mr. Julius Smith
who had been quite ill, returned
this morning to Raleigh. Mr.
Smith’s condition is much im
proved. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith
and children who arrived from
Columbus, Oa., will remain over for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Bablngton
attended the funeral of their niece
Mrs. Chas. Patton in Salisbury
S-nday, Mrs. Patton was formerly
Mirs Elizabeth Kendrick, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Kendrick
and was reared in Shelby.
Miss Fan Barnett of Charlotte
spent the week-end with Gov. and
Mrs. O. M. Gardner in Raleigh.
Mr. Garland Green of Boiling
Borings accomoanled Mrs. J. R.
Osborne and Mr. and Mrs. William
Osborne to Raleigh over the week
end. ‘
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cost
ner at their heme on Lee street, a
son, Saturday, March 9.
Miss Mary Ida Whitworth, of
Gastonia, is soendtng the week
with Miss Ferrell Lemmons.
Born to Mr. and Mrs R. K. Pon
der. March 4. a fine daughter.
Bleeka Jane, Mother and baby arc
doing nicely.
At The Theatres
Hoot Mon. Sir Harry Lauder Is j
now In the films. You will have ;
the privilege of seeing the great
comedian at the Princess today In
his first bow before the camera—
"Hunt'.ngSower." Of course Sir
'arry is a scream on the silver
sheet. The plot of the picture ties
up closely with the recent visit to
this country of the woman claim
ing to be Princess Anastasia,
daughter of the late Tsar. The
book of the same name, by Col.
John Buchan had a wide sale.
Sally O'Nell comes tomorrow' in
''Hardbolled,” a picture from the
Arthur Somers Roche story. Lilyan!
Tashman Is In the cast. It depicts
the adventures of a show girl.
“The Iron Mask,'' with Douglas
Fairbanks, Tuesday and Wednes
day, and Greta Garbo Thursday1
and Friday, are two outstanding
specials offered this week at the
Webb.
Meantime Lya De Futti. cp-star
with Emil Jannlngs, tn the great
tragedy “Variety,” In a comedy
drama entitled “Buck Privates”
tops the very good program today.
“The Iron Mask,” is the sequel to
“The Three Musketeers,” with which
Douglas Fairbanks thrilled thei
world a year ago. He plays D'Artag-1
nan in thi6 play as in the former. |
Critics everywhere say it is the
best picture Doug has made. It lias
broken box office records In New
York.
Cotton Market
(By John F. Clark and Co.)
Cotton was quoted today at noon
on New York exchange:
March 21.26; October 20.39. Sat
urday's close: March 2141. Octo
ber 20C6. ,
Middling 1113 against 112 Friday
Sales of print cloths and sheetings
In Worth street past week ran to
the heaviest volume in many weeks.
Manchester cable says rise In raw
cotton restricts cloth sales. China
most active buyer, India demand
smaller. New York Herald Tribune,
Memphis special says, curtailment
cf cotton acreage likely. Bales of
fertilizer 40 to 70 percent below
last year. Some farms In Georgia
and Alabama, abandoned because
of flocd and credit conditions.
Steady demand for spot cotton,
southern weather clear over week
end. Forecast fair east rain west.
Bather buy on reactions.
CLEVENBURO.
Plans have been completed for the
construction of a three-story glass
house on top of a New York build
ing. It will be made of glass
"bricks," translucent but not trans
parent. They will be connected by
concrete and steel reinforcing. In
teresting eftects In lighting will be
produced at night, when the house
is Illuminated from within, the
architect promises.
One reason why the moon Is not
fit for human habitation, besides
the two well known facts that it
has no atmosphere and is subject
to unendurable extremes of tem
perature, is that it undergoes the
Incessant bombardment of innum
erable meteors. The majority of
these bodies are no larger than
grains of sand, but have great
penetrating power, as they fly at
speeds ranging up to forty miles
or more a second.
Cream shipments from a small
valley station id Surry county have
increased from IS gallons to 95 gal
lons in one year.
PERMIT 47-4
MORE THAN 1000
MILE OIL |
Republic 100% Paraffine
Motor Oils. A grade for
Every Car and Tractor.
Distributed By
SUPERIOR OIL
CO. |
I Phone 90. Shzlby, N. C.
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EASTER
JEWELRY
In our large display of fine new Jewel
ry you will find the Ideal Easier Gift. We
have just put on display all the newest
items for Spring wear, including Neck
chains and Bracelets to Match, set with
Amethyst, Topaz and Sapphires. Beauti
ful Vanities in colored enamel. Mesh Bags,
Bracelets—decidedly the prettiest ever
shown here. And these new items are not
expensive. Every woman can afford a new
piece for Easter. Please come in and see the
new goods.
T. W. Hamrick Co.
— JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS —
! THIS DAINTY BOTTLE OF EXQUISITE
mm\\ PERFUME i\m
WITH A PACKAGE OP
JHREE FLOWERS FACE POWDER
Thro* Floworm Perfume breathes the
fresh fragrance of living flowers—the
perfume of youth and springtime
Cleveland Drug Co.
PHONE 65
THE PRINCESS theatre
HOME OF GOOD PICTURES
Sound-Talking-Singing Picture*. WE
LEAD - OTHERS FOLLOW.
— TONIGHT— —TOMORROW —
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iNrtw*sr«
vtMvoaOf<^
Also Good News &
The “Toy Shop.” A
Singing Picture.
Admission .. 10-25c
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Also News Reel And
Added Singing Pic-]
,ture.
.Admission.10-30c
COMING FRIDAY - RICHARD DIX IN |
“REDSKIN.” SOUND PICTURE.
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WE ARE NOW
‘BACK HOME’
AM)
Doing Business
At The Same
“Old Stand On
The Corner”
The same location, but a new build*
ing, new fixtures, new equipment* new
vaults— and ’ •
We Want NEW BUSINESS
The public is cordially invited In
come in and inspect our new quarters.
Our officers and clerks will be delight
ed to welcome you and show you every
courtesy.
BANK
SHELBY, N. C.
RESOURCES FIVE MILUON
DOLLARS.
No doubt you have been waiting >'
for the first breath of spring to
‘ *
have those light weight spring
it-' ■ ■
dresses and coats cleaned. Send
them to us now. If you are not
already a patron, of ours, yon
too, will be pleased with our
quality work, reasonable prices,
and dependable service.
THE
WHITEWAY
“QUALITY”
CLEANERS - DYERS
207 N. PHONES*
L&Fayette St. I0S • 106
    

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