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    DON’T MISS TODAY’S NEWS REEL,
FEATURING GOVERNOR AND
MRS. O. MAX GARDNER
WEBB
THEATRE
Today & Saturday
BLOT UP ALL YOUR TROUBLES—
SEE BUSTER KEATON IN
“SPITE MARRIAGE”
WITH SOUND
Bouquets and brick-bats! The wildest,
funniest honeymoon the screen has ever
shown! You won’t know whether to laugh
or gasp—and you’ll end by doing both to
gether! Brand new gags, gurgles and gig
gles! The Laugh-Buster at his best!
Also Two Vitaphone Acts, Comedy
and Fables.
Don’t miss this big special.
— COMING MONDAY —
“CHILDREN OF THE RrTZ”
Shows: 1:00 - 3:00 - 5:00 - 7:00 - 9:00.
Admission: Children ..15c Adults .. 40c
Webb Theatre
THE HOUSE OF REEL HITS.
SUMMER APPAREL
Our Men’*, Womens’ and Children’*
Ready-to-Wear Department* are crowd
ed with new summer apparel of every de
scription. Women’* and Misses’ Hats and
Dresses for every occasion and undergar
ments of every description.
Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Straw Hats,
Caps, Shirts and Ties, Bathing Suits and
Footwear for the entire family.
We invite you to visit our stores and
see for yourself the wonderful values we
are offering. We are always pleased to
show you without obligating yourself to
buy. T
Campbell Dept. Stores
SHELBY and LAWNDALE.
LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. Putnam I
and family and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Spake and family spent Sunday:
afternoon at Lake Lure and Chim
ney Rock
Prof, and Mrs. M. G. Latham of j
Patterson Springs are on a motor
trip, visiting the historic spots in
and around Charleston, S C.
Hon. and Mrs. Spurgeon Sperl
ing of Lenoir attended the Spoil
ing wedding Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Ab Eskridge and
daughter, Mls> Linda Lee will leave
Saturday for their home in LaFav
ette, Ind., after a two weeks visit
to their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. C
Eskridge
Mr* Russell Poole of Union, S. C.
arrived yesterday to visit her cous
in, Mrs, Will Lineberger.
Miss Margaret Hamrick of Grover
is attending the summer school at
Mars Hill college.
Miss Helen Campbell of Colum
bus, Ga. and Miss Corinne Parker
of McCrca, Ga., arrived last night
for a visit to Miss Kaihcrin Dover.
Mr. Joe Suttle and daughter, M’ss
Mary Suttle motored to Atlan'a,
yesterday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Bailey.
Marvin Hamrick of Grover, was a
Shelby visitor yesterday.
Some Shelby people who attend
ed the funeral of Miss Frances Mc
Arthur in Gaffney Wednesday aft
ernoon, Mr, and Mrs. Cepli Blan
ton, Misses Margaret Blanton, Myr
tle Harris, Agnes McBrayer, Kath
leen Nolan, Mesdames Hugh Plas
ter, R. M. Laughridge, Rush Thomp
son, A1 Bennett Shem Blackley, W.
H. Blanton, Beuna Bostic, Frank
Hoyle, Bush Eskridge, Bob Hord,
Forest Brackett, Forest Hamrick. Dr.
Tom Mitchell, Clyde Nolan and a
number of the children who were in
her grade at school.
Mrs. Jack Dover and children
returned Wednesday from a weed’s
visit to Mrs. Robert Larey of Mon
roe.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hinton of Cor
pus. Texas, and Mrs. LeMoyne Cat
field of Montgomery, Ala,, stopped
over Wednesday for several days
visiting their sister. Mrs. Jesse
Washburn at her home on Cleveland
Springs road.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gee and fam
ily left today for Keysville. Va . to
visit Mr. Gee's parents, Mr. ond
Mrs. E. N. Gee. They will also visit
at Virginia Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Beam are on
a trip this week to Oklahoma :o
visit relatives. They will return in
a week.
Mrs. J. D. Lineberger visited in
Asheville this week where her hus
band is having a S. & W. cafeteria
building erected.
Mrs. Thomas Allen of Charlo'te
spending today with Mrs. W. C. Lutz
in celebration of both their birh
day anniversaries which came to
day.
Mrs. Hugh Walker who has been
spending some time with relatives
here left this week for Mt. Clemens,
Mich., to join her husband who has
charge of the broadcasting station
WGHP.
Mr. J. Q. Boyer, eldest son of Dr.
and Mrs. H. K. Boyer, returned this
week to his home in Texas, after a
ten days visit to his parents, rela
tives in Charlotte and Wilmington.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson will
return today after a ten days visit.
Mrs. Wilson hating visited Miss
Margarite Leverett at Sanford snd
Dr. Wilson attending a school of
optometry in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Hugh Graves Boyer and son
Billy, of Charlotte will arrive today
for a few days visit to Dr. and Mrs.
H. K. Boyer. They will be joined
here by Mr. Hugh Boyer tomorrow
for the week-end.
Mrs. Sam Johnston of Rock Hl l
and brother, Mr. Givens Mitchel
and daughters, Misses Glenn and
Martha Mitchell, of Corsicana,
Texas, visited Dr. and Mrs. W. F.
Mitchell Monday of this week.
Miss Ora Upshaw, of Covington,
Ga., came up for the funeral of
Miss Prances McArthur in Gaff
ney Wednesday and also spent a
few days with friends here.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Morrison at their home on a La
Fayette street this morning. an
eight pound son.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Webb and son
Bill are on a trip to Atlantic City,
N. J.
Misses Vernie and Gillette Morri
son, Aileen and Abbie Ray Jones
are spending a few days with friends
in the Mount Sinai section.
Mr. George Dover mid family!
spent Wednesday at Blowing Rock !
and other points in the mountain? j
Mrs. Mollie Homesley who is well !
known in Shelby as a sprttely and
gifted pianist despite her advanced;
years, is visiting friends hereabouts
for a few days
Troy and Mildred McKinney and !
Lillian Crow returned today from!
Raleigh where they attended the;
B. Y. P. U. convention.
Mrs. Pat tic Blanton and Miss
Maud Hightower arc spending sour |
time at Chick Springs, S C.
Mr. nnd Mrs Wiseman Kendall |
and Mr. Henry Kendall will arrive!
Saturday to attend the Thomas-;
Kendall wedding Tuesday evening
at Ridgeway, S. C.
Mrs Anderson Hord. of Lawndale, j
had new corn from her garden for j
dinner on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Shull, of
Passaic, N. J. are here spending
their honeymoon visiting his fath
er Mr. C. H. Shull on N, LaFayePe
street. Mr. Shull was married cn
June 12 to Miss Marion Stonebrnk,
a pretty young lady, of Hawthorne,
N. J.
Little Vernon Frances, child of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Francis of the
Cleveland Cloth mill who recently
underwent an operation for tonsil
removal, is getting along nicely.
Misses Margaret and Mildred
Jordan, of Hartsville, S. C. are here
visiting their sister, Mrs. Jesse
Washburn.
Mr. Ralph Hoey left today for
Blowing Rock, where he will spend
a few weeks at the mountain re
sort there.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Nash returned
Monday from a weeks vacation and
visit to relatives over the state.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pender, jr. of
Charlotte, spent Tuesday with
Judge and Mrs. E. V. Webb.
Miss Mildred Thompson of Char
lotte visited in the city the first of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Stephenson at- 1
tended the druggists convention ir
Asheville this week.
Mrs. Ralph Royster and son left
Wednesday for Greenwood. S. C
for a visit to her parents there.
Dr. J S. Dorton. Louie Lattimore
and Durham Moore were in Rale1 n
this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts Sams
of Kinston are viaiting Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Nash at their home in
Cleveland Springs Estates.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Jones and
children returned Saturday front a
weeks visit to relatives at Lynch
burg, Va.
Mrs. Chas. Hoey is spending this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoey,
jr. at Canton.
Dr. L. V. Lee of Lattimore under
went an operation yesterday at the
Rutherford hospital foi tensilitis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Blanton and
Miss Mlllicent Blanton returned
yesterday from Northampton. Muss,
where they attended the graduation
of Miss Caroline Blanton at Smith
college. Miss Millicent also has re
turned from several months stay in
New York city where she completed
a course in interior decorating.
Mesdames B. B. Morgan and R.
S. Lipscomb of Gaffney attended the
party given by Mrs. F. R. Morgan
yesterday.
Dr. H. K. Boyer left this morn
ing for Wilmington, where he s'ill
perform the wedding ceremony of
his grandson, Dr. George Boyer
Clendenin to Miss Marie Morrhon,
of Wilmington, tomorrow at high
noon.
Miss Sara McNeelv of Charlotte
is visiting Misses Elizabeth and
Augusta Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. R S. Mathews of
Chapel Hill arc spending this work
with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hoyle
Lloyd Lutz and J9I111 Lineher rel
ief t this morning for a weefc-c id
visit in Rocky Mount, going espec
ially for the June German there to
night
Misses Myrtle and Margaret Bar
ron, of York, S. C. are visiting
friends in the city tills week.
College girls and state societies
organize red head clubs, but so far
no one has Ventured a sliiny nose
club.
WANTED TO GET INTO TOUCH
with someone with bass Violin or
cello. R. J. Hamrick, phone 117
Ai SicJ
“THE PERFECT CRIME”
ALSO
TWO HEEL ALL-TALK IK COMEDY
TODAY
SATURDAY
non steki.e in
“LAUGHING AT DEATH”
WITH TWO-REEL ALL-TALKIE COMEDY.
Clive Brook, Irene Rich. Edmund Breese and Tully Mar
shall star in “The Perfect Crime.” A stirring melodrama
of love and mysler>.
Princess Theatre
Home of the Best in Sound and Talking Pictures, and
the Coolest Place in Shelby.
You Are Invited To
Hear
DR. CHAS. E. a
BREWER
President
Meredith College,
Raleigh, N. C.
High School
Auditorium
Shelby
Monday Night, June
24th, 8 O’Clock
Subject “The Junior
Order and Citizen*
ship.”
Music by Good String
Band Double
Quartette.
PUBLIC INVITED.
MEN’S SHIRT
SPECIALS
These shirts are made of fine grade
broadcloth. Plain white and fancy pat
terns. Cut full size, and seven button
front. All guaranteed fast colors:
SPECIAL
$1.50 01 3 rw $4.00
Interwoven Sox
Big stock just received. Plain and fan
cy patterns—
35c to $1.00
Blanton - Wright
Clothing Company
SHELBY’S BEST MEN’S STORE.
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On the strength of the friendly*
helpful and personal interest that we
feel for each of our customers* you will
be benefited by a BANKING CON
NECTION WITH US.
First National
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SHELBY, N. C.
RESOURCES OVER FIVE MILLION
DOLLARS.
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BRAND NEW ’29 MODEL NASH
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we sell, has worlds of service for the
second o wner.
LITTON MOTOR
CO.
    

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