North Carolina Newspapers

    “For Those Who Love Fine Things.”
REMEMBER MOTHER IN DEED
AS WELL AS THOUGHT.
Hollingsworth’s
UNUSUAL CANDIES
“LITTLE boy, little girl grown tall: Remember
Mother with these famous Candies which were
awarded the Grand Prix and Gold Medal at Paris.
We have a complete display of these famous Candies
in special Mother’s Day fittings."
Suttle’s Drug Store
WEBB
THEATRE
TONIGHT
LAST SHOWING OF
‘The BARKER’
DON’T MISS IT.
ADMISSION.
15 and 50c.
Tomorrow and Friday
RADIO \
PICTURES
OFFlfc. THE lOO%\
ALL-TALKING • ■ ALL-SINGING^
i Golden Voice of . . .
MORTON DOWNEY
he Rhythmic Feet of . . .
BARBARA BENNETT
he Dramatic Genius of . . .
OSGOOD PERKINS
’he Jovous Comedv of . . .
BOBBY WATSON
Supporting
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ALSO 2 VITAPHONE ACTS.
SHOWS.. 1 - 3 - 5 - 7 - 9.
ADMISSION .. 15 and 40c.
Webb Theatre
Coming Next Monday
AL JOLSON IN “SINGING FOOL.”
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LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Mrs. Laura Morgan. Weathers
sereet, had fresh home grown Irish
potatoes horn her garden yesterday.
Editor Lee B. Weathers will spend
Friday afternoon in Charlotte at
tending a meeting of the executive
committee of the N. C. Press asso
ciation to arrange the time and
place for the annual meeting. Mr.
Weathers is president of the .asso
ciation.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller Turner and
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ledford spent
Sunday in Asheville.
Misses Inna Elliott, Isabel Wil
iams and Eunice Westbrooks visited
Miss Mozelle Cornwell at her home
in Blacksburg, S. C., Sunday.
Miss Dorcas Cirigg returned Mon
day to Fort Wayne, Ind., where she
is attending school at Anthony and
Wayne Institute.
Mrs. Landrum Ross is improving
at her home in Charlotte following
a severe illness.
Mrs. Dale Laughinghouse, Miss
Willie Skinner of Greenville. This
state, and Mrs. Chas. Laughing
house, of Raleigh, visited Mr. arid
Mrs. J. F. Jenkins last week. Lit
tle Dale Laughinghouse, jr., who
has been with his grandparents for
some time returned home with his
mother Friday.
Mrs. Hugh Walker Is spending this
week with Mrs. George Hoyle,
Mr. and Mrs. Durant Crowder
visited relatives in Morganton Sun
day.
Mr. W. P. Ingram and Jerome
Liles are speeding this week in
Wadesboro and Morven on business.
Miss Ida Allen is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Tom Sweeny at FaUston
this week.
Wises Ruth Beam and Evelyn
Nicholson of Lincolnton, visited
Miss Marie Beam over the week
end.
Mrs. T. Bright Carriek is spend
ing this week with her husband in
High Point at the home ol his par
ent*.
Mrs. E. M. Gpicr of Canton is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Earl
Hamrick.
Mrs. Marion Putnam and daugh
ter, Mrs. R, Marion Ross of Char
lotte visited Mrs. G. P. Hamrick
and family last week-end.
Jack Childs of Columbia will
pend Mother's day with his moth
er, Mrs. Carrie Childs at the Isaac
Shelby hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grigg spent
Monday in Asheville.
I -
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gold
at the Shelby hospital Sunday
morning, a son. Mrs. Gold was for
merly Miss Ocic Cabaniss.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dover spent
Sunday in Kings Mountain with
Mr. Dover's sister, Mrs. Billy La
Rousey who has been quite sick.
R. L. Humphries of Richmond,
Va.. spent the week-end with home
folks.
Miss Ella Lipscomb visited Miss
Etta Graham and Mrs. Lawrence
Dlair at Hendersonville Sunday.
Mrs. Sam Thompson and Mr. and
Mrs. Beid Misepheimer are in Char
lotte today to see "Show Boat.’*
Mrs. Fred Dean accompanied Mr.
Dean to Charlotte yesterday where
he took the train for New York.
Mrs. H. E. Tindell of Gaffney
spent last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Wyatt Lipscomb.
Mr. G. N. Turner and son. Mr.
Miller Turner and Mrs. Turner of
Victoria, Va., spent last week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Kendrick.
Misses Mcrtie Aberncthy and
Grace Putnam visited in Gastonia
Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Ballard ary! Miss
Connie Lee, of Wadcsboro, attend
ed the nurses graduating exercises
here last night.
Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Jarrett have
gene to Greensboro to attend the
annual state board of the North
Carolina Chiropractors association.
Miss Pauline Hopper of Charlotte
and Mr. L. M. Hill, of Richmond.
V» , spent the week-end wjtli Mr.
and Mrs. Major Hopper
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hopper and
twp little boys. Frank and Dick, and
Mr. Matt Gouger of South Falfur
ias, Texas, arrived yesterday to visit
Mr. Hopper’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
«M. D Hopper for ten days.
Mesdames Basil Goode. John
Honeycutt and Carlos Grigs were
Charlotte shoppers yestenday.
Mrs. M. J. Binckwelder of Con
cord is visiting her son, Mr. D. E
Honeycutt and family ot N. Mor
gan street.
Mr. C O. Webster has come to|
Shelby from Sumter, S. C.. to takej
the position as assistant manager oi j
Montgomery Ward A: Co. He takes
the place of Mr Charles H. Walsh,
who has been promoted to the man-1
agershlp ot the Athens, Ga , store ,
Walsh had many friends in Shelby 1
made during his seven months stay
here. Mr. Webster comes after con- |
stderable service in many cities with i
Montgomery Ward, and says he likes
the Shelby look and the pep of the j
people.
At The Theatres |
The Webb is running (he final
showing of 'The Barker.'' Milton
Sills starring vehicle today. It is un
doubtedly the best picture Sills ever j
made, and an excellent film judged j
from any point of view. Beginning!
tomorrow Fred Wari/ng's Pennsyl-1
vanians in ‘‘Syncopation'’ tops the!
bill. It is an all-talking, all sing-!
ing. all playing drama of the caba-1
rets. Broadway's brightest stars in!
a glorious drama of hard boiled in- i
nooents. All the splendor of stage!
and cabaret —a picture in a him-;
dred.
“’Pay as You Enter ’ a comedy;
.starring our old friends Ionise Pa-■
rend a. Clyde Cook, Myrna Loy, is
the feature at the Princes* today .!
It is a comical romance of the car
barns—sprightly, entertaining, ex
ceedingly peppy.
Tomorrow's picture is unusual,
"Behind The German Lines," a UFA
released by Paramount. It' is an au
thentic picture of conditions be
hind the German front during the
war, entertaining as it is instruct
ive. Thrilling, because it is real;
scenes never to be forgotten.
BIRTHDAY DINNER AT
HOME OF COCHRANES
Among the pleasant events of
last Sunday was the surprise birth
day dinner given in honor of Mr
and Mrs, L. M. Cochrane of Shelby
by their daughters. A picnic tabic
was spread in the spacious yard and
everyone seemed to enjoy the ex
cellent food.
The out of town guests were: Mrs.
A. R. Yelton and daughters, Miss
Edna Yelton and Miss Venetia.
Waters of Rutherford ton. Mr. and
Mrs, J. B. Freeman and family and
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cochrane of
Westminister; Miss Cleo Cochrane
of Mt. Holly; Miss Higginbotham of
Belmont: Mr. S. C. Cochrane of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mr, IVf. G.
Cochrane of Detroit. Mich.
‘‘The Man That Smiles,”
There's a smiling little man
And his name I don't know
He sure loves to smile
As along the way we go.
He looks always mighty happy.
Or his appearance are deceiving
But to make other people happy
Just to keep them believing.
I know lie spreads sunshine
For those that arc blue
He's just the kind of fellow
That makes the day seem new
I always pass by him
Any way once a week
And when I'm lonesome
His smile I always seek
It's always howdy
How are you today?
That's the way to happiness
As you go along life's way.
That man is happy
I know' you would say Us true
If you would notice him smile
As every week I do.
Keep that, look forever
You don't know what it means
To home-sicken hearts
And to me it’s everything.
—Grace R. Huffines
Cleveland C. M. Hotel
AFFIDAVIT BEFORE T. C. ESK
RIDGE. J. V.
State of North Carolina.
County of Cleveland
James Lott being first duly sworn ,
before me deposes and says; that ;
he is between 30 and 35 years of '
age and is the son of Frazier Lott !
of Batesburg. S. C. and that he is i
now- confined in the bed of Cleve- !
land county. N. C.; that for the ,
past 13 years for reasons of his I
own. he has been going by the name i
of James Boykin and has told some
persons that he was the son of Rev.
T. M. Boykin, but that this was
false and he is not the son of Rev.
T. M. Boykin; that he makes this
affidavit without fear or compul
sion of any kind for the purpose of
correcting any wrong impression '
that may have been caused by the
illegal use of the. name of James
Boykin and to remove any reflec
tion from the name of Rev. T. M
Boykin by reason of his having ,
claimed to be the son of the said
T. M. Bovkin.
JAMES LOTT, Affiant.
Stvorn !o and subscribed before
me this the 8th dav of May. 1929 ;
T. C, ESKRIDGE Justice of the
Peace.
PIGGLV WIGGLY
No clerks.. no delays
choose lor yoursc
s*
JsfiL,
Crispo Fig Bars 2 lbs. 25c
CAROLINA MADE
Y~7f y~vj Plain or Self
rLUUK Rising, 24 lb*.
$1.15
SOUTHERN STYLE SLICED
BACON lb. 35c
THE PRINCESS theatre
Home Of The Best In Sound And
Talking Pictures.
— TODAY - (WEDNESDAY) —
“PAY AS YOU ENTER”
Starring Louise Fazenda, Clyde Cook,
Myrna Loy and William Demarest.
A comedy in which the hero wants his
woman not only fair but fair and warmer.
— THURSDAY —
“BEHIND THE GERMAN LINES”
A U. F. A. German war picture released
by Paramount. Lays bare secrets of the
War.
NEW STRAW HATS
They are here in all the new shapes j
and weaves. New grey.», sands, tans |
and white-—
$2.00 t0 $6.00
MEN’S COLLAR ATTACHED
SHIRTS
Made of fine grade white Broad
cloth; also fancy patterns including
the new green, blue and lavender.
SPECIAL $1*50 or 3 for $4*00
Blanton - Wright
Clothing Company
“SHELBY’S BEST MEN’S STORE.”
What Does Your
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Gives You The
Fastest Method to get
Money Ahead!
REGULAR deposits of a certain
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a plan have been proven again
and again to offer the quickest
and surest way to get money,
ahead. One of our officers will
gladly help you make a practical
savings plan. This bank pfferg
you safety and helpful co’-]5plrav
tion in saving to get money ahead.
First National
Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
RESOURCES FIVE MILLION
DOLLARS.
A SAFE BANK FOR YOUR
SAVINGS.
BETTER
BEDDING
For Less Money
Everything in Beds, Springs and Mattress
es to please you and suit your purse. All fin
ishes in beds to match your furniture at pric»
cs $4.95 and up.
SPRINGS $2.75 AND UP.
Campbell Dept.
Store
    

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