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— MATINEE —
CHILDREN . 15c
(UNTIL 6 O’CLOCK.)
— NIGHT —
COME EARLY TO GET A GOOD
Miss Lula Moore Suttle attended
the Junior League dance at the
King Cotton hotel in Greensboro.
William Harris has accepted a
position with the Union National
bank, of Charlotte, beginning work
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Matthews ot
Chapel Hill spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hoyle. They
were accompanied by Miss Mar
guerite Leverett who visited Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Wilson.
Mrs. J. A Harmon of Charlotte
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Knox
Hardin and attended the memorial
at Sulphur Springs Methodist
Mesdames C. B. Alexander and E.
T. Switzer spent Thursday in Win
ston-Salem with Mrs. Switzer's
mother, Mrs. Mary Brandt, who had
a painful fall last week, at the home
of her grand daughter, Mrs. Sidney
Allen, breaking two ribs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McBrayer, and
Mrs. Mary E. McBrayer attended
the funeral of Dr. Raglan in Salis
bury Saturday afternoon Dr, Rag
lan is the father-in-law of Mrs
Miss Frances McArthur, who was
in the automobile accident, was able
to be taken to her home in Gaff
ney, S. C., last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Green and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Francis of Charlotte spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. Y.
Crowder on North Morgan street.
Mrs. James Fassaux and two chil
dren of Gastonia visited her broth
er. Mr. Paxton Elliott, over the
week-end at the home of Mrs.
Miss Flora Petit spent the week
end at her home in Gaffney.
Mesdames A. M. Toms, E. A
Smith and Miss Katie Mae Toms
of Lattimore, and Miss Clara Green
spent Friday in Charlotte, shopping.
Mrs. Jap Suttle and Mrs. J. H
Grigg were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee B. Weathers at lunch in Char
lotte, Friday and they also saw
“Show Boat” at the Imperial The
atre in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Beam had
as their week-end guest Mrs. Beam's
niece, Miss Lucy Almetta McCraw
Mr Ostar G. Wilson of Alexan
dria, La., arrived yesterday to visit
hi6 mother, Mrs Will Wilson who
recently underwent a serious opera
tion at the Shelby hospital and is
getting along very nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sweatte, of
Cherryville, Miss Gladys Connor and
Mr. Dwight Sweatte spent Friday
In Boone attending the commence
ment of the Appalachian State nor
Messrs. J. C. McNeely and Gene
Burgess returned Friday from a
business trip to Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. John Byers and
children of Charlotte spent the
week-end with Mrs. Byers father,
Mr. Sam Austell at Earl.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Limmcr took
charge of the Hotel Victor last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Limmer came
here from Charlotte where they
had charge of the Walton hotel for
the past six years. The Victor hotel
has been redecorated and is most
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Austell and
family of Greenville. S. C.. and Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Bettis and family
of Greer, S. C.. attended the mem
orial at New Hope church at Earl
Misses Annette and Elizabeth
Sweet, J. E. Butt and H. Downs of
Charlotte visited Miss Lottie Mae
Messrs. Charlie Austell and L. R.
Willis of Gaffney and Misses
Beulah Hammond and Ressie Dil
lard of Limestone college attended
tlte memorial at New Hope yester
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Landrum of
Charlotte spent Mother's day with
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Ltmmer at the Hotel Vivtor.
Mrs. Georgia Hickson was pain
fully though not seriously injured
Saturday morning when she was
run over by an automobile in front
of the Home Provision Co Mrs.
Hickson is confined to her bed at
her home with her daughter, Mrs
Russell Laughrldgc on North Mor
Miss Sara Richbourg who gradu
ated from N. C. C. W. this spring
in a commercial course arrived
home yesterday and has accepted a
position witn the Chickasaw Thread
! Co., beginning work this morning
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Dorton and
daughter. Miss Betty, spent Moth
er's day In Forest City with Mrs.
Louis Roberts of Davidson college
spent Mother's day with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs J. F, Roberts.
Mesdames J. L. Lackey, Oscar
Palmer and Rush Thompson were
Charlotte visitors Thursday.
Miss Loss'e Petty visited Miss
Austell and Eugene Bettis of Boil
ing Springs Junior college spent the
week-end with relatives at Earl.
Miss Elizabeth McBraycr, Forrest
Eskridge, Dr. and Mrs Pitt Beam
went, to Charlotte Friday night to
sec "Show Boat."
Mr and Mrs. J. C. McNeely and
family spent Mothers day with
Mr. McNeely's parents, Mr and
Mrs. R. F McNeely In Greensboro.
Miss Eftie Propst visited her
home folks near Hickory over the
Bill Beam and William Harris at
tended the Virginia-Carohna ball
game, in Greensboro Saturday.
Mr. Evans Hartgrove of Char-1
lotto spent the week end with his;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hart- 1
Miss Fatnie Harrill of Charlotte :
spent the week-end with her sister.
Mrs T. G. Hamrick and Ur. Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Pendleton
and family and Mrs. V. A. Pendle
ton attended memorial services yes
terday at Laurel Hill church and
visited Mrs. Pendleton's father, Mr.
A. C. Sain, who has recently re
turned from the hospital and is
very much improved. Little Dorothy
Pendleton also visited her great,
great aunt. Mrs. Eliza Hudson in
Catawba county, who is 88 years
of age and does not wear glasses to
Miss Rosa Lee Scruggs of Ruth
erfordton is visiting Dr. and Mrs.
Bobo Scyuggs and Miss Adelaide
Cabaniss this week.
Mrs. C. S. Harbison and littif
daughter. Ruth Vemell, of Ports- j
mouth, Va are visiting Dr. and j
Mrs. J. W. Harbison.
Dr. H. K. Bojer weni. to Char
lotte today by invitation where ne
spoke at 10 o'clock at the meeting
of the ministerial association
Bill Pendleton of Chapel Hill
spent the week-end with home folks :
and visited in Atlam Saturday
Dr. and Mrs. Zeno Wall are
spending today with Dr. Wall s i
mother at. Henrietta, who remains
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Boyer and
son. Billy, spent Mother's day with
their parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. K.
Misses Winnie Blanton and
Josephine Blanton spent the week
end in Greensboro.
Rev. T. B. Johnson and daughter,
Miss May, are visiting his son in
Oxford, this week. They will be ac
companied home the last of the
week by Mrs. Johnson who has
been spending ten days there.
The pageant given at the Central
Methodist church at the morning ;
service was very effective, and
much credit is due Mrs. J. W. Har- ■
bison who arranged it. Mrs. Flora
Clarke, mother of Mrs. Haxbison. i
posed as the mother, dreaming of !
her past life. Mrs. Karry Hudson
came in with her little baby, rep- !
resenting the mother with a little '
rr.ila. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott and
two small children, Edward and
Caroleen, held a family devotional,
these were followed by Mrs. John
McClurd, who knelt, and her son
John, jr., found her ii this atti
tude. Mrs. May Wells Conner bade
her son, Lee. goodbye, while Mrs
John Lovelace sang “Absence.” Mr.
Vernon Mason represented the
wandering son. who had been re
claimed by his Mother's prayer
Mrs. c. R Hoey and son. Charles,
came in together and stood while
“Little Mother Q’ Mine" w»s sung
by Mrs. Thaa Ford. Mrs E. O. Mc
iGowan entered and waked the
mother, and assisted her in leaving
the stage. Miss Carobel Lever gave
a number of appropriate readings
during the pr.geant and beautiful
and appropriate music was rendered
by the choir with Mrs, P. L. Hen
nessa at the oigan
Miss Elizabeth Morrison lias been
elected president of lier Sundaj j
school class at N C. C. W.
Mrs- Dover Mull visited W. 1
Mull and family Sunday at Vale
Miss Louise Morrison spent the
week enci in OrecDshoro with her
j sister at N. C. C W. and attended
the Carolina-Virginia ball game
John Ramsey of State college j
jspent the week end with W D '
Mr and Mrs. J A. Dye us and son. j
j Harry, Miss Lillian Mayze and j
Esther Allen have Just returned
from Washington. Baltimore and
Norlolk on a ten day pleasure trip'
Gerald McBra.vcr. of Penney*, is
home from a two weeks' course in
window trimming at the Charlotte
school, operated for the training ol
the brilliant young idea, ol the
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Pleasant Grove And
Flint Hill Memorial
Memorial services at Pleasant
Grove. Sunday. May 26. At 10:30
memorial address by Hon. L. S.
Spurting of Lenoir. Sermon at 11:15
by Rev J W. Suttle. Decoration of
graves at 13:15 and dinner on the
ground Musical program In after*
Meet Friday May 17 lo clean off
Memorial services at. Flint Hill
Sunday, May 19 Mothers' Day pro
gram at 10 o'clock. Sermon by pas
tor. iie\ G. P. Abernethy at 11
o'clock Dinner on ground and musi
cal'program in afternoon
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