‘PLAYING THE PICK OF PICTURES’
SEE AND HEAR
RICHARD BARTHELMESS IN
With ALICE DAY and LILA LEE.
A FIRST NATIONAL 100% TALKING
& SINGING VITAPHONE PICTURE.
Better than “WEARY RIVER.”
Direct from a $2.00 Showing on Broad
way. Hear h;m sir»y “My Song of the
ADMISSION . 10 and 40c
ALSO OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
— ON THE SQUARE —
CLEANERS - DYERS
207 North Phones
GaFayette St. 105-100
“SEND YOUR THINGS TO THE WHITE WAY”—it’s a
habit that makes the proper clean inn and pressing of
\ our clothes a certainty.
Mrs George Thompson and Mis
Foy Moore of Shelby, and Miss
Mary Moore and Miss Ruth Moore!
of Forest City, have motored to
Washington and are at the Dodge
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thrift and
! two sons. Ora and Odell, and Mr
| Fred Thrift returned last week
! from Brunswick. Ga . where they
| had been visiting Mrs John Daw
Mr. Andrew Jackson and Mr.
| Frank Wilson returned Saturday
from Wilmington where they had
I been attending the Feast of the Pi
Mrs. Elbert Frady and two child
ren, Mary and Charles of Wilming
ton are spending a few weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thrift on
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips of
Boiling Springs had as their spend
the-day guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
J B. Phillips and children of Gaff
ney, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Terry
and children of Shelby, Mrs. O R.
Hendricks, Paul and Harold Justice,
Vick Lackey and Frank Morton, all
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips of
Shelby visited their parents, of
Boiling Springs last week end.
Boyd Elam of the Paragon de
partment store was able to resume
his work today following an opera
tion for tonsilitis. last week.
of Boiling Springs,
j Mr. C. A. Phillips and son. Max.
; visited Mrs. W. E. Poole near Cow
pens, S. C. Wednesday.
| Mrs. Cline Lackey and daughter
Barbara of Gaffney, are visiting
Mrs. Chas. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Young. Lamar
and Eloise Young, left Thursday for
'Sequoyah camp, near AshevviUe to
| attend the banquet of the closing of
the camp. Fields, jr., and Carles
Young spent the summer there.
Mr and Mrs. R. T. Elrod af
i Greenville, S. C.. have been spend
' ing a two weeks' vacation with Mr
, and Mrs. J. H Morgan at their
home on route 3. Mr. Elrod holds
\ a responsible position with the
Standard Oil company and Mrs
Elrod is a neice of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kathleen Herd spent the
week-end with Miss Dorothy Bostick
at Forest City.
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Frick of
Charlotte, spent Thursday in th°
J D. Lineberger was a business
visitor in Asheville Friday.
Mr and Mrs. R. T. Elrod ami
Miss Nannie Jones visited M.ss
Grace Wood, in Charlotte Monday
last. Miss Wood will be married in
the early fall to Mr Deal of New
Mrs, Willie Turner spent last
Wednesday in Charlotte.
Mrs. Ida Ledbetter of Alabama Is
' visiting her neice Mrs. George
Mr. Kenneth Tanner of Splndale
was a Shelby visitor, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J B. Lowery of
Patterson Springs motored to
Ridgecrest Thursday and brought
their Mother, Mrs. T. H. Lowery
back with them.
Miss Elizabeth Blanton returned
Friday from a month's visit to her
grandmother. Mrs. Lizzie Blanton,
in Greenville. S. C. She was ac
companied by her grandmother and
uncle, Mr. Arthur blanton. who
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Hershel Blanton.
Mr. and Mrs. Cnarlie William?
[spent Friday in Charlotte.
Miss Dorothy Renn of Durham,
motored to Shelby Saturday and
spent the night with Mr. and Mrs
Chas. Burrus. She was accompanisd
home Sunday by Miss Lois Sweancy,
who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Burrus for the past week.
Mrs. Joe Hill of Concord, is tire
Kurst of Mr. and Mrs. Will Line
Mrs. C. R. Hoey has returned from
a delightful visit to Mr. and Mi's
Clyde Hoey, jr., at Canton.
Col. J. W. Harrelson of Raleigh
was a visitor in the city last week.
Misses Millicent and Caroline
Blanton are spending a few days at4
j Mr. arid Mrs. H. F. Young and
I daughters, Misses Kathleen anJ
1 F’otse Young spent the week-end
11 in Chattanooga, visiting McCaihe
| School for Boys.
5 Mr. A T Phillips of Wllklnvllie.,
S. C., spent a few days last week j
with his brother, Mr. C. A. Phillips
Miss Maude Hightower and Miss i
Inez Ponder are visiting their uncle i
Messrs. 9 E. Jones, Harrison and ;
O. Z Morgan and W. M. MopT'j
motored to Hartsvillo, S. C, last I
Friday where they visited the noted,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion DuBo-e |
and young son, Marion DuBose, jr , '
of Athens, Ca„ spent the week-end
with Judge and Mrs. J. L. Webb,
enioute from Morehead City to
Greenville, S. C., where they were
joined by their mother, Mn. J. A
Darwin who accompanied them
Mrs. W L. Southerland Is rest
ing comfortably at the hospital, i
where she underwent an operation
for tonsilitis Saturday.
Mr. B D. Hulick motored to
Taylorsville, yesterday and was ac
companied home by Mrs. Hulick
and three children, who have been
visiting relatives there for a few
Mrs. P. R Rankin and son Bobby
of Mt. Gilead visited Mr. and Mrs
J T. Beasom a few days last week.
They were enroute to Brevard for
their daughter. Miss Katherinr
Rankin. who had been in camp
there during the summer.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Stoik and
family of Mt. Gilead visited Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. Lee Friday. They
were returning from Montreat.
Mrs. Deck Wilson of Rutherford-1
ton. is spending this week with her i
parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Stamr.v j
Misses Hfelen and Alice James
and Miss Bertie Crowder are spend
ing a few days at Wrightsvllle
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith and
children left this morning for their
home in Columbus. Ga.. after visit
ing relatives here for a week. They
were accompany by Henry Lee
Weathers who goes for a week's
Mr. John W. Doggett moves his
family from their home in the
Cleveland Springs Estate to the
beautiful little mountain town of
Trvon tomorrow. Mr. Doggett has
purchased the Ford agency at Try
Judge Daniel Russell of Mississip
pi. a friend of Dr. Zeno Wall of
the First Baptist church, spent the
Mrs. Josephine Hord returned
last week from Raleigh where she
spent a month with her grandson,
Mr. Eugene Hord and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Arey and Mr.
and Mrs. Ward Arey and thoT
children and their mother, Mr. W
J. Arey have returned from Blowing
Rock where they spent most of the
summer at the Arey cottage.
Miss Ruth Daniel, of Salisbury, 's
the attractive house guest this
week of Miss Ruth Hopper.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love and
son. C. W . of Blacksburg, spent
Sunday in Shelby.
Mr. Ben Kendall and daughter.
Douglas, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Green and daughter, Betty Jane,
of Charlotte, spent Sunday here
with the Riviere families.
Mr. Evan Houser of Dallas, fed
eral narcotic inspector, was a visitor
in Shelby today.
Mrs. D. C. Newton of Little Rock,
Ark., returns home this week after
visiting her brothers-in-law Messrs.
Frank and Clint Newton and other
The ladies domestic science club
of Earl will meet Wednesday after
noofl at 2 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. L. M. McSwain.
Mrs. G. P. Bostic of Luray, Va. Is
spending this week with Mrs. J. D.
Eskridge and Miss Bertha Bostic.
Mrs. Bostic and Miss Attie Bostic
spent today in Charlotte where
Miss Bostic made a talk to the
Mr. .and Mrs. R. S. Mathews re
turned yesterday to their home at
Chapel Hill after a visit to their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoyle.
Mrs. Graham Dellinger who un
derwent an operation for appendici
tis at the city hospital ten days
ago was taken to her home on W.
Warren street Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bettis and
children of Greer, S. C.. are spend
ing this week with relatives at Earl.
Mr. Bettis is manager of Efirds de
partment store at Orerr and is bar
ing a ten days vacation
WE WANT YOU
TO DRIVE THE NEW
WE CHEERFULLY DEMONSTRATE.
CRAWFORD CHEVROLET Co.
— CALL 265 —
WILL SOON BE HERE. LET US FIT YOU
WITH A FOUNTAIN PEN—A PEN THAT
IS GUARANTEED TO GIVE SERVICE—THE
BEST PEN IN S HE WORLD
WATERMAN’S IDEAL FOUNTAIN
THE COST OF THESE GOOD PENS IS
SMALL—THE SERVICE AND SATISFAC
10N LARGE. IF YOU NEED ONE COME
HERE AND GET JUST THE PEN THAT
SUITS YOUR HAND.
T. W. Hamrick Co.
— JEWELERS & OPTOMETRISTS —
Due to so many requests to allow a few more days
on price of waves, we are giving: the public the oppor
tunity to take advantage of these GUARANTEED
Until eptember first. Call in advance for appointments.
Also evening appointments made.
Knightengale Beauty Parlor
The Parlor With The Sincere Welcome._Phone 542.
COOL WEATHER, FOLKS, IS JUST
AROUND THE CORNER
■Get that fal clothing out and let us put it in tip-top
wearing condition for you.
They’ll look like new fall suits when they are re
turned to you.
SERVICE DRY CLEANING CO.
- PHONE 33 -
Graham Street, Next Door to Ideal Ice Plant.
WHAT DOES YOUR
DO FOR YOU?
It Helps To Give
You Credit Standing
WHEN your savings pass-book shows
regular deposits, it is proof that you
have assets and the ability to manage
your personal finances well. Regular
savings shows you are a person of
worth and character and so builds your
credit standing so necessary to success.
Make deposits regularly each pay day.
SHELBY, N. C.
A SAFE BANK FOR SAVINGS.
APPEARANCE DR^AWS COMMENT
and smartness was never more desirable
than in the modern sports dress—a fact
proven by the large number of sports
dresses coming into our plant each' day
Our process gives the fabric “feel” and
life—and skilful finishing restores the
chic lines and sets the pleats to stay.
Shelby Dry Cleaning
— 112 - PHONES 113 —
TRY STAR WANT ADS FOR RESULTS