NEW BOOKS HERE IT PUBLIC UBBffl Tine Shelby Public library has received the following new books: The Winston Universal Refer ence, the Pilgrims Progress, by John Runyans; Da\id Copperfield Charles Dickens; The Yemassee, W Gilmore Linns; Conciliation With the Colonies, Edmund Burke; Washington's Farewell Address; Webster's First Bunker Hill Ora tion and Lincoln Gettysburg Ad dress, by William F. Foster; Oliver Twist, Dickens, The Hoosier School Master, Edward Eggleston; Ivan hoe, Scott'; The Virginians. Wm, Thackeray; The Mill on the Floss, George Elliot; Masters of the Guild, L. Lamprey; None the Goat Boy and OthcraStories, Kurry; the Boy Scientist. Fredrick Collins; A Tale of Two Cities, Dickens; Scot tish Chiefs, James Porter; The Spy, J. F. Cooper; Westward Ho, Charles Kingsley; Henry Esmond, Wm. Thackeray; Dccrslcyer, J. F. Cooper; Kenilworth, Scott; Quen tin-Durruard, Scott; Old Curiosity Shop, Dickens; The Choir Invis ibie, J. L. Allen; Ben Hur, Lew Wallace: Northanger Abbey, Jam I Austin. Last of the Mohicans !J. F. Cooper: The Blue Bird. Mau !ruicc Marterllnck. Boys Books. Sense and Sensibility, Jane Aus tin ; Sentimental Tommy, J. M Barrie; Treasure Island. Robert Louis Stevenson; Gay Neck. Dhan !g. Milker, jr ; Little Norman, Louise Alcott; The Luck of Roar ing Camp, Bert Harte. Young Children's Books. Inger Johannes Lively Doings. Twilgmeyer; Children of the Moun tain Eagle. E. C. Miller; Peter Pocket, Nay Justus; Little Lame Prince. Mrs. Nulock; Pepptno, Johanna Spyri; The Story of Mrs. Tubbs. Huck Lofting; Susanna's Auction; The Voyage of Doctor Do little; Hugh Lofting. Donated by Miss Elizabeth Blanton, Nell Flow ers. Temple Bailey. Herman Therman of Chicago "bawled out" a policeman hoping to get a respite in Jail from the nagging tongue of his wife; was Arthur G. Richardson of Liver pool was fined because he left his dog outdoors on cold nights. Donal Berwyn of Edinburgh will ed to his nephew a pipe he had used for 20 years. THE PARAGON DEPT. STORE Better Furniture Makes A Better Home The safe and sane way to transform your house —any house—into a dignified home is to put better furniture into it. We can transform your ‘•dream-rooms” into realities. We are mighty proud of the furniture we have to offer—we feel perfectly safe in saying that our present showing is the best values we have ever offered furniture for every room—built to endure years and years of service—at prices astonishingly low. Come in—we are anxious for you to see the beautiful things we are showing to MAKE HOME OUT OP' “JUST HOUSES.” A New Shipment BRIDGE LAMPS AT ONLY $1.95 Remember those pretty $1.95 Bridge lights we had Christmas? Well, these are just as pretty and attractive as those. We had a rush on those and the lot sold out with in a few days. So come early if you want a good light at small cost. A NEW PILLOW HERE AND THERE ADDS CHARM TO YOUR HOME Attractively Priced They are very unusual and attractive as can he. Plain and fancy velours and many organdies with lace borders and inser tion. Various colors and combinations. to Hand Decorated WICKER MAGAZINE RACKS VERY SPECIAL AT $1.48 Far the porch, sun room or wherever you may care to use them, these Wicker Magazine holders will be as useful and at tractive as can be. THE Paragon Dept. Store LOCAL and* •PERSONAL News Miss Kathleen Huai, of Shelby. I was elected circulation manager of I the Alchemist, the Brenati college students' newspaper, at the recent student government election Mr. Evans Mangrove of Char lotte spent the week-end with his i parents, Mr." and Mrs. J. W Hart ; grove. ; Miss Willie McGill of Gastonia [and Miss Claudia Spencer are visit ing Aletlia Hoyle lor the Easter 1 holidays. — I Mr. and Mrs. Htiss Cline and j children will return home tills aft ernoon from eastern Carolina where ; they spent the Blaster holidays with | Mrs. Cline's people. | Mr. and Mrs. Mac Wilkins and son Mac spent the Easter holidays here with liis parents, Mr and Mrs. D D. Wilkins. They live in Green ville, S C Miss Louise Roberts who has been I teaching at Gaston county will be home from her school this week , and be with her parents. Mr. and j Vernon Roberts at Patterson ; Springs. I - Mrs. J. A Darwin, who has been j spending the past three weeks with her brother, and sister. Judge and i Mrs. J. L. Webb, left yesterday for her home In Atlanta, Gu. Mrs. Fred Dean is visiting Mrs. John Schenck. while Mr. Dean has gone to Indianapolis on a business trip. Clyde Thaxtou has accepted a | position a.-, bookkeeper at Eastside. and he and Mrs. Thaxton moved here last week from MooresMllc. _ Miss' Margaret Cornwell spent last week-end with Miss Lucile In gle In Asheville. Harry Speck Jr., Is spending the Easter holidays with his parents, here after a three months business stay in Texas. Miss Iva Watterson was a brides maid in the wedding of Miss Sadie Severs in Charlotte Saturday eve ning. Miss Mildred Thompson spent the Easter holidays with her parents, in Charlotte. _ j Mrs. W. G. Wilson of Asheville I and Miss Fannie Dickerson of ; Rutherfordton were shopping in the city Friday. Mrs. M. K. Wilson of Hopewell, Va . is visiting Mrs. L. D. Estes on West Gardner street. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hewitt of Hendersonville, spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Dellinger. Misses Blanche DePriest, Ruth and Janie Irvirt, and Rebecca Aus tell of Boiling Springs junior col lege spent the Easter holidays at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Lipscomb and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tendall in Gaffney. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Smith and two children of Charlotte, spent the week-end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burrus and Chas. jr„ spent Easter Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. A. J, Burrus at Rutherford college. Mrs. Roscoe Lutz spent Friday with Miss Sava Austell in Kings Mountain. Miss Margaret Cornwell who teaches at Ellenboro, spent Easter with her parents at Lawndale. MLss Sara Burton Jenkins of Cornelius spent Easter at home. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Harris of RuWierfordton were Shelby shoppers Friday. Miss Mildred Moss of Kings Mountain was a visitor in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mitchell, Burton jr., and visitor, Miss Louise Rodriquez of Mt. Holly, will be din ner guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. F, Mitchell this evening. Mrs. *J. J. Burnette and daughter. Miss Annie Ruth of Soartanburg are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T W. Lattimore this week Mr. and Mr,s. Thurman Simmons of Charlotte were Shelby visitors yesterday. Rev and Mrs. W. E Lowe spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. A- E- T. PechUer at Earl. Dr. and Mrs. Kemp Funderburk of Monroe were Shelby visitors yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen, of Charlotte, spent Easter with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Allen, on the Fallston road. I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bettis of Greer, S C spent yesterday with Mr and Mrs. Brady Lowery at Pat terson Springs. Governor O Max Gardner left tliis morning ior Raleigh after spending the Easter holidays at home Mrs, Gardner will remain until the middle of the week. Mr B F Spangler is resting as well as could be expected at the Shelby hospital today, following a serious operation Saturday after noon at 6 o'clock. Dr and Mrs. R L. Ramseur oi Winston-Salem spent Easter with relatives here. MfS. Ramseur ac companied her sister. Mrs. Lizzie Blanton to Greenville, S C. today for a few- days visit. Mr and Mrs. Leroy Ledford. I Eians Dellinger and G. B. Kend rick returned last night from a motor trip to Washington, D. C.1 and Virginia points, Mr Ralph Hoov was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs Joe Cannon at Concord Mr. mid Mrs. Paul Orton who j have been living at the home of Miss Mayme Jones moved today to the home of Mrs. Ollivcr Anthony where they have taken rooms. Mr and Mrs. O. B. Cabaniss. i Miss Martha Wray Cabaniss, Miss | Fannie Barnett of Charlotte and Mrs. Cora Latttmore of Gastonia were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Kendall and Dr. and Mrs Pitt Beam yesterday. Prof, and Mrs. A C. Lovelace at tended the opening of Baptist church yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford and children of Chffside spent yes terday with Mrs. W. L. Packard. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Dorton and daughter. Betty, spent Easter Sun day with Mrs. Dorton's parents at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wray of Gas tonia were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R Doggett yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Brady Morgan, of Gaffney, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Morgan. Dr and Mrs. Darling and Mrs. Darling's mother, of Athol, Mas*., will arrive tomorrow to take charge I of the C. W. Laughrldge house on E. Warren street which will be a room apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Flay Weathers, of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Weathers and family and Mrs. Mary Wiseman were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. A. P. Weathers at the Hotel Victor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Baker of Kings Mountain attended the Eas ter service at the Baptist church yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Laitimore of j Polkville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J Lattimore Sunday. Miss Minnie Eddins Roberts who teaches in Gastonia spent the Eas ter holidays at home. Mr. S. F. Wall of Henrietta, fath er of Dr. Zend Wall attended the opening of the Baptist church yes terday. He was a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Wall for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eskridge and daughter. Miss Betsy of Ridgewood, N J. arrived Saturday for a weeks visit 10 their mother, Mrs. Sarah Eskridge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eskridg«. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Carroll attended the funeral of their uncle. Mr. Kim Weathers in Raleigh yes terday. Miss Virginia Hoey is in Raleigh attending the Easter dances at; State college. Mr and Mrs. Wiseman Kendall j of Rocky Mount and Mr. Henry j Kendall of Danville, Va., Spent \ Easter here with their mother, Mrs. j H. E Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Webb of Gas tonia and Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter of Kings Mountain were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs, J. O. Lutz Easter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Love of Lincolnton vrrp dinner guests of Mr and Mrs DeWitt Quinn yester day Mr. and Mrs. Deck Wilaon of Rutherfordton were Shelby visitors yesterday. Miss Marion Carmichael of Wea verville visited Miss Abbie Jane Wall over the week-end. Mr. Ladd Eskridge of Newberry, S. C.. visited Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Eskridge yesterday. Ms and Mrs Harold Show alter spent Easter with Mrs Kate L North. Mr and Mrs. Char Wall, ot Lrx ' nig ton ■’spent Easter wifij their par jcuts. Mr and Mrs L P Holland. Mr and Mrs Max Francis of Charlotte spoilt Easter with Mr and Mrs. W Y. Crowder. Mr ami Mrs Eugene llord and i son Eugene, Jr of Raleigh, are ! i'.siting Mr and Mrs. W NT Do;-! soy. Some of the college set who •re ; spending the Easter holiday s at j home are: Miss Katherine Dover ! of Brennu college. Gainsville, Oa Misses Sara Rjehbourg, Kara Best I allace Shull. Dorothy McKnlght, I May Conner and Elizabeth Morn- 1 son, of N C. C W. Greensboro, | Roy Self. Milton Loy, Alex George. Troy McKinney and Harris Llgon ; of Duke University. August Clarke of Chicago was tin- , cd $.">0 for disorderly conduct be- i cause he insisted on wearing his lint , m church llaniis Interest: Anxious To Wed Raleigh —Judging from the num ber of inquiries received at the secretary of stnte's offices, there are quite a few matrimonially Inclined persons in North Carolina All want to know when the marriage banns law takes effect The date Is July 1. Couples marrying tn June will be free to do so without publish ing banns, but five days’ notice will be required of all minors seek ing wedlock after the conventional month of brides. Notice of intention to marry may given through announcement in the press or posting notice of register of deeds in the county where ap plication for license Is to be made. Miss Gwyneth Hereford of Lon don was awarded a medal for res cuing a drowning cat. Rev C A rage ot London Ul a sermon denounced the ringing of ehurch bells as worse than cats singing at ntght. Miss Elisabeth Gadstay, 91. of Glasgow “has been w orking at the same job with Turner A- company since she was 9 years old. SMART WATCHES TO SUIT EVERY WOMAN'S TASTE Farisiennes for those who would he up-to-date —plainer eases for those who are more conserva tive—sport watches for the tailored type. Elgin has created a new line of watches that covers the whole range of tastes and preferences. Every watch is dainty and feminine—delicately engraved or enameled, or set with sapphires and diamonds—and every watch is time true, sturdy, capable of long, faithful service. We know the excellent craftsman ship that goes into Elgin watches—we know they represent sixty years of priceless experience. They are exquisite in style, and exact in their timekeep ing. We will fce happy to show you our complete line of wrist watches in a wide range of prices. T. W. Hamrick Co. ... — JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS — ... C. E. ISLER Plumber Announcing his launching in business on his own account. Mr. Isler says: “f have disposed of my interest in the firm of Isler & Vickery, and will henceforth conduct business under ihy own name of C. E. ISLER. PLUMBING-CONTRACTING “I am engaged in a general plumbing and plumbing-contracting business, guaranteeing prompt and satisfactory service, basing this guaranteed up on years of experience in this line of work. "When in need of a competent plumber, gi\e me a call. TELEPHONE 697-J. Addre..: SUMTER STREET. IT PAYS In a business and social way io be '.veil dressed. Neat looking clothes not only makes people like you, but there follows an alertness and optimism that makes the wearer of clean and well pressed clothes a success in whatever he or she undertakes. LET THE WHITEWAY help you take a keener interest in life by doing all youp dry cleaning and pressing. Send us your Coats, Suits, Dresses, Hats, Gloves’—we’ll make them look new again. THE WHITEWAY .“QUALITY” Cleaners — Dyers 207 N. LaFAYETTE ST. ' PHONES 105 - 100 What Will Your Savings Account Do For You? IT WILL GIVE YOU A RESERVE FUND—IN CASH Regular deposits in your Savings Ac* count will build a reserve fund in a sur prisingly short time-a fund'IN CASH, always at hand in case of opportunity or need. A New Interest Quarter In Our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT begins April 1st. All deposits made in this department through April 5th will begin to draw interest APRIL 1ST. Our Savings Department is growing every month. Come and join the ranks of those that save a part. Don’t SPEND IT ALL. FIRST NATIONAL BANK SHELBY, N. C. RESOURCES FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. WEBB THEATRE To-Night & TUESDAY — EASTER SPECIAL — Jcanic Macpherson k_ S With Marie Prevoat, Lina Basquette, Eddie Quillan and Noah Berry. Also Comedy. NO EXTRA CHARGES. SHOWS AT 1 -3-5~7-9~ Beginning today we will run continuously from 1 o'clock to 10:45 at the requeat of many of our Patrons. WEBB THEATRE

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