Today And Tomorrow
JOSEPH M. SCMEHCK
JERSEY CLOTH DRESS
need smartening up?
WE’KE doing some beautiful work
these days in cleaning dresses and
ensembles of jersey cloth and other
Shaped under sterilizing dry steam
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j Miss Annie Lee Spake from
Ervin spent Easter holidays with
Miss Frances Roberts in Jonesboro.
They spent Saturday in Raleigh to
attend the musical comedy. "The
| Vagabond King"; Sunday in Pine
; Hurst and Southern Pines.
Born Monday, April 1, to Mr. and
| Mrs. L. P. Megglnson, a son. Billy
Mrs. D. F. MeSwain of belbw
j Earl entered the hospital here this
week lor treatment. She has been
in bad health for .sometime and a
thorough examination is being made
with the hope that she might re
spond to treatment without, ail op
Mr. and Mrs H S. Stanley are
the proud parents of a baby girl,
born Thursday. Mother and babe
are doing nicely.
Mrs. J. E Ledbettei of Green
wood, S C.. spent the week-end
with her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Stan
Mesdames J. L. Webb and O. M.
Gardner spent Monday in Charlotte
Mrs. C. E Ratliff and children.
Chas. Edward and Mary of Mor
ven are visiting Mr and Mrs J. A.
Miss E Beverly accompanied Miss
Ella MacNichols to Charlotte yes
terday, where she was joined by Dr.
and Mrs. Misehhelmer, who ac
companied her on a trip to the
I magnolia gardens In Charleston, S.
1 B. P. Smith who has been with
Campbells department store for
some time has accepted a position
in the clothing department at Ed
Mellons in Charlotte, beginning
! work there Monday.
! Mr. anti Mrs. E. E. White spent
' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
; Harrlll on Cleveland Springs road.
Mr. and Mrs. Landon McSwain
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Law
son Kendrick and Fred Babington
of Charlotte spent Easter Sunday
j with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Babing
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Dellinger
of Cherryville spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Taylor.
Miss Ruth Turner returned yes
terday to Spartanburg after spend
ing Easter with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Turner. She also at
tended the dance at Cleveland
Springs Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore, Misses
Foy and Mary Moore of Forest City
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. George Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hendrick,
Miss Vcrta and Jean Hendrick
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bonnie Elliott Sunday.
Paul Lucas of Sanford spent
: Easter with his mother Mrs. W. L.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Osborne .and
, Garland Green spent last Friday
with Mrs. Madge Wilkins at Bre
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bridges
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Hamrick on the Fallston road.
Mesdamc''. R. L-. and Char. Hen
drick visited Mrs. J. L. Delahay m
| Forest City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Tiddy, Louis
King, Jean Tiddy spent last weel;
jend in Charleston visiting the mag
I r.olla gardens.
Lowery Suttle spent the Easter
| holidays with his mother, Mrs. Ida
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Keeling wno
i have been at the Hotel Victor lor
| the past month moved Monday to
Mrs. Ward Arey, Misses Ruth and
Ouida Mundy and Lula Agnes Arey
and Mr. Chappell returned Monday
night from a visit to the magnolia
gardens at Charleston, S. C. While
in Charleston Misses Mundy and
; Arey posed in a Fox news reel,
which will be seen soon.
Misses Evelyn Wilkins, Frances
McArthur, Meredith Hennessa and
Hackett Blanton, jr., attended the
! Moravian Easter service In Win
ston-Salem Easter morning.
Mcsadmes Alton Story', L. A.
Blanton and J. K. Osborne attend
ed the reception in Cherryville
Monday afternoon given by Mrs. L.
L. Sloop, and Miss Ruth Beam.
Mesdamcs Story and Osborne were
in the receiving line.
Misses Ann Johnsou, Joe Whar
ton and Dolly Moore of Queens
college in Charlotte are guests of
Miss Margaret Blanton. They at
tended the dance at Cleveland I
j Springs Monday night. J
Little Annie Austell. daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Austell was ear*
ned to the'Shelby hospital yester
day suffering with complication:
resulting from chicken pox.
Miss Elizabeth Anderson of Dallas
visited Mr. and Mrs. Banks Buttle
over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gordon of
Raleigh were guests of the Motel
Mrs. J Lee Taylor and Miss
There*a I'avlor of Rut herfordtdn
pent Friday with Mrs. Clyde Short
Mr and Mrs. R. S. Lipscomb and
Miss Jessie Lipscomb of Gaffney, S
C, were rucsts of Mr and Mrs,
George Blanton Sunday at the
Mr. and Mrs D. E Honeycutt.,
Muses Margaret Crowder and
Louise Honeycutt left this morning;
for Charleston, S. C. to visit the j
Mr. and Mrs. Mtal Tiddy spent
last week end with relatives at Elm!
Mrs. E, W. Worth of Columbia, S j
C is visiting Mr. and Mr. Morgan ;
Leach at the Colonial House.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mull and
family moved yesterday into the j
house witli Mr. and Mrs. H. L '
Hunt where they will live till their
new home is completed.
Mr. Geo. M. Vaughn, former i
bookkeeper at the Eastside Mill has i
moved with his family to Gastonia j
to live. Shelby regrets to give up ;
this estimable family.
Miss Margaret Bast who spent
the Easter holidays here with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bost
returned to Queen's college yester
Mrs. Max Gardner and son. Max ;
jr., left by motor at noon today, re- j
turning to Raleigh after spending j
the Easter holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCurry and
little daughter Nancy Caroline of
Wake Forest, spent Easter here
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Miss Ve.ette Elliott who has been
teaching in Wilmington will return
home Sunday to spend the sum
mer month with her mother. Mrs.
J. Y. Elliott.
Mrs, A R. Deese and children of
Pinevilie spent the Easter holidays
with Mr. J. A. Dycus on Cleveland
(By John F. Clark aud Co.)
Cotton was quoted at noon today
on New York exchange:
May 20.51. October 20.03. Yester
day's close: May 20.56; October
New York, April 3.—Spot sales
5000. Middling 1080 against 1090
yesterday. Forecast Carollnas and
Oklahoma fair, all other cotton
states cloudy. Southern weather
last night, partly cloudy. More in
quiry in Worth street, but large
buyers show little interest, prices
steady and generally unchanged.
Memphis cotton review in Journal
of Commerce says spot cotton sales
small but no pressure to sell. Sup
ply situation gradually tightening.
Weather favorable during the week.
Texas nearly normally advanced as
to land preparations and planting.
Deficit continues in fertilizers pur
chased, weevil survival high. Char
lotte and Spartanburg report spots
inactive. Probably easier today on
cables and good weather.
Mull To Speak To
Juniors At Belwood
Judge John P. Mull, of Shelby,
will be the main speaker at a reg
ular meeting of the Belwood coun
cil No. 84 of the Junior Order of
United American Mechanics on
Saturday night, April 6, at 7;S0
o'clock, it is announced by Coun
cilor C. A Ledford. All members
are urged to be present.
Dr. D. M. Morrison
Eves Examined, Glasses Fitted
Located In Webb Building:, Down
Stairs Next To Hanes Shoe
Telephone 585. Shelby, N. C.
LOT NUMBER 113
SELZ NEW ARCH LAST EIGHT
They come in black, imported calf
skin, medium toe* steel built-in arch—
REPORT OF CONDITION
* Cleveland Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
MARCH 27TH, 1929.
Cash and Due From Hanks -
Government Bonds and Stocks
Goans and Discounts - . __._
Banking House _________
Furniture and Fixtures_
Other Real Estate
TOTAL _______. .. 8616,405.42
Deposits ... _ $455,720.86
Surplus, F’rofits and Reserves_ 35,684.56
_ 27.988.56 i
__ 13,595.24 j
NEW BUSINESS CORDIALLY INVITED
A New Quarter Opened In Our Savings Department
April First—Deposits Made Through Friday, April
5th, Will Draw Interest For April First.
$1.00 Or More Will Open An Account In This De
OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY AND
SAVE — AT THE
CLEVELAND BANK & TRUST CO.
SHELBY, N. C.
OF SHELBY, N. C.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
RESOURCES NEARLY FIVE
Loans and Discounts —- $3,698,834.02
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation_ 250,000.00
U. S. Liberty Bonds ___ 204,389.90
Other Stocks and Bonds- 42,000.00
Redemption Fund -- 12,600.00
Real Estate Owned. 60,299.71
Cash on Hand and Due From Other
Banks _ 564,347.68
Undivided Profits_—_ 287,357.00
Accrued Interest Reserved_— 44,293.50
Reserved for Taxes___- 25,000.00
Circulation --— 260,000.00
The many friends and customers of
the First National will be pleased with
the above report as it is one of the best
we have ever published and reflects
SAFETY, SECURITY, CONSERV
ATIVE MANAGEMENT AND SER
We thank each and every customer
for helping us to make the fine show
ing in the statement above and for the
fine spirit of co-operation shown in
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY OF
— OFFICERS and DIRECTORS —
CHAS. C. BLANTON,
JNO. F. SCHENCK, SR.,
R. R. SISK,
C. S. MULL,
CHAS. C. BLANTON.
JNO. F. SCHENCK, SR.,
A. C. MILLER.
JAS. L. WEBB,
L. A. GETTYS.
CLYDE R. HOEY,
0. MAX GARDNER,
J. F. ROBERTS,