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DOROTHY MacKAILL and JACK MLLHALI
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COMING FRIDAY — “COLLEGE LOVE.”
FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE
Combination Lasts - Health Shoes
Paragon Dept. Store
Patent Leather and Black Kid
Comfort, Style and Fit are the outstanding
features of this new Enna Jettiek. Full range
of sizes from AAA to EEE.
A. good looking . hoe ' hnt fits and feels like the
footwear of the more expensive kind all widths
Paragon Dept. Store
Miss Winnie Whisnant spent par
of last week with friends . In Earl
and Patterson Springs. She was ac
companied home Friday by Misses
Odessa Patterson and Annie War
lick and Mr. J. Y. Patterson to
spend the afternoon.
Miss Anne Warlick spent last
week with friends and relatives in
Patterson Springs and Earl and at
tended the revival at New Hope
Mrs E W White spent Sunday
with Mr. and Airs. Will Patterson,
and Mr. and Mrs Yancey Patter
Messrs. Clem and Chesley Hen
drick spent Sunday and Monday at
Mooresville, with Mr, E C. Hen
Mrs C. K. Hendrick and family
spent last Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. Clarence Costner of Beam:
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kendrick and
children Miss Ella Rudasill and
mother spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kendrick at Bat
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Palmer and
children are on a motor trip to the
sea coast for a week or ten days
Mrs. H. L. Whlteley of Greens
boro returns home this week aPe:
visiting her sister, Mrs. S. C. Latli
more in No 8 township.
Mr. M. D. Hopper left yesterday
for Chimney Rock and Bat Cave
where he will spend a week fishing
and enjoying the mountain life with
his brother, Mr. Elijah Hopper, who
spends his summers there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramond Cline and
children of Kings Mountain spent
Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A, H. Cline.
Mr. Claude Webb and Harry Sut
tIt were Charlotte visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Green and
daughters. Misses Lena and Helen
Green of Hartsville. S. C., spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mis. J.
S. Willard. Miss Lena Green eft
Sunday afternoon for a visit to
friends at Morganton.
Miss Elizabeth Morrison is spend
ing tilts week with Miss Madge
Whisnant at Polkvillc.
Franklin Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Williams who has b.'en
spending two months in the West,
returned home Sunday night.
Mrs. Randolph Logan Is-visiting
relatives at Lumberton.
Mrs. G. P. Hamrick returned last
week from a ten days’ motor trip
through the Shenandoah valley and
Washington, D. C. She w-as ac
companied by her sister, Mrs.
Marion Putnam and Mr. and Mrs
Marion Ross and family of Char
Messrs. Paxton and Robert Elliott
are spending their vacation this
week at Wrightsville Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Jenkins of
Rocky Mount, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson
at the Isaac> Shelby hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cornwell
and mother. Mrs. Sue Cornwell, left
Monday morning by motor. for
Louisville. Ky„ to visit Rev. and
Miss Louise Morrison returned
Monday from a two weeks' visit
to Colerain Beach and Conway. She
was accompanied by Mesdames C E
Morrison, W. H. Sugg and daugh
ter, Miss Madeline, of Snow Hill,
who will visit here for a few days
before going on a trip to western
Mr. Earl Hamrick returned Fri
day from a business trip to New
York, accompanied by his father
in-law, Mr. E. <5. Geier, who has
been on a trip to Canada. Mr.
Hamrick arrived In Shelby Monday
from Canton, accompanied by his
son, Earl, who has been with his
grand parents for eight weeks.
Mr and Mrs. Z. J. Thompson and
son. Billy, Miss Mary Eliza oeth
Black and Archie Black left this
morning by motor for Lake Wnek
amaw and Wrightsvtlle Beach,
where Mr. Thompson will attend a
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Gold and chil
:!ren are spending some time with
heir mother, Mrs, G. M. Gold * in
he country, where Dr. Gold is re
Mr. and Mrs. Olan Gaffney of At
anta, arrived yesterday for a visit
:o their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Davis f.nd
mother Mrs. J. O. Poston spent last
veek-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
jyle at Spartanburg.
; Miss Kathleen Carpenter will >r
turn Friday from n vacation. «p"
with her parents near Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pearce of
Greenville, S. C., were visitors *n
the city Sunday.
Rc\. and Mrs. I? C. Campbell
who have been visiting friends and
relatives in and around Shelby, left
Monday night for tlicir home at
Belton, Texas accompanied by their
two neiccs of New House, who will
attend school in Texas this winter.
J6[. and Mrs. J N. Itobrrts and
daughter. Miss Blanche and Ray*
nron Roberts, of Vineland, N. J..
visited Mr. D. A Beam and family
last week enroute to the Rudrsill
reunion near Lincolnton.
B. M Melton, J. G. Gaddy, an.i
P. E. White of Morven were week
end guests of Mr and Mrs. W. P
Miss Frances Dedmon spent last
week with her cousin. Miss bare
Dedmon on route 8.
Miss Erie Cabaniss returned last
week from a visit to "Myrtle Beach
Dewitt Gaddy spent last week with
his friend. William Prentiss In
Ralph Hoey, Joe Cannon. Misses
Ann Elmore and Sara Dellinger
formed a motor party to Asheville
Miss Margaret Barkla left Mon
day for her home at Louisville, Ky ,
after a delightful two weeks' visit
with Miss Alice Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bettis and
family, of Greer. S. C„ Mrs. George
Washburn and little daughter, Bet
ty, Mr. Baxter Bettis and sisters,
Misses Sallie, Lethia and Kate, spent
Tuesday at Chimney Rock.
Mrs. George Washburn and daugh
ter, Betty, have returned from a
week's visit at Earl with her sisters,
the Misses Bettis.
Miss Oreon Bostic will arrive to
morrow to be the guest of Mrs. John
Eskridge two or three days before
returning to Meredith college. Rev.
and Mrs. Wade Bostic will also
visit Mrs. Eskridge here while at
tending the W. M. U. meeting at
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Hord and
son, Gene, of Raleigh, are spending
ten days with Mrs. Hord s mo'her,
Mrs. E. Miller Eskridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Thompson
leave today for Wrightsville where
Mi. Thompson will attend a con
vention of lumbermen.
Mrs. Walter Scott, formerly Miss
Cornie Winslow of Shelby, is here
from Hamlet on a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Riviere.
Mr. and Mrs. S A. McMurry, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Wall, Mrs. Lewis
Bailey and Miss Louise Bailey vis
ited in Asheville yesterday.
Miss Mamie Jones returned ’ast
week from Darlington, S. C., where
she has been visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Bright Williamson for some time.
Mrs. Ernest Hoey and Miss Vir- j
ginia Hoey were visiting in Char
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mauney md
Mr. Mauney's parents returned lust
week from a delightful visit to
Washington, D. C. and points in
Mesdames Ward Arey. R. Z. Ri
viere, Misses Lula Agnes Arey and
Elizabeth Riviere spent Friday last
Miss Betty Suttle end Mrs. Bre
vard Hennessa landed in New Zork
Sunday from a two months Euro
pean tour. They left by boat for j
Norfolk yesterday and are expected
to arrive home Friday.
Mr. William McCord motored to i
Ashboro for Mrs. McCord, returning !
Sunday night. Mrs. McCord has J
been visiting her parents for the
Mrs. C. G Weaver of route two j
spent, a few days last week with j
her children here.
Misses Vernir Morrison and Annie,
Mae Bobbitt are spending two weeks
with friends in Florence and Col
umbia. S. C.
Misses Margaret Crowder and
Egberta North attended a bridge
party in Gastonia last Wednesday
given by Miss Elizabeth Coble at
the country club.
Check These Values
USED CARS —
"With An O. K. That Count. ”
( hcvrolct ( oupc, 11>12. Model. Now tires; new
Ihii'o 1 inish, and in A-l niechaniea! condition.
Chevrolet Coupe. Ihl’d Model. New tires; new
( hcvrolet Light l>elivcr\ Truck. Closed body and
I'.sscx ( oaeli. I Ids ear in A-l mechanical condition;
good upholstering; good t ires.
1'ord Roadster, 102i Model. New tires; new paint.
Ford Coupe, 192(1 Model. See this one before vou
CRAWFORD CHEVROLET Co.
— PHONE 265 —
last chance to enjoy benefits of our
AH appointments must be made by Saturday. Call
-in advance. Evening appointments made.
AH lines of Beauty Culture.
Watch for our ad next week.
We wish to thank all new comers as well as old cus
tomers for wonderful patronage during these davs of
Knightengale Beauty Parlor
NEXT TO HOTEL CHARLES.
J. B. NOLAN CO.
— OFFERS —
— VALUABLE FARMS FOR SALE —
Mo. 1.—Valuable little farm containing 25 acres near
Beth-Ware school house. 1-4 mile from Highway No. 20.
This is good land._ Price $1,000.00.
No. 2.—204 Acres good fertile.land near Moriah school
and church. About 100 acres under cultivation. Good
pasture. Located fi miles from Casar. Price $3,000.00. _
.No. 3.—43 acres good land with improvements. Locat
ed on good road, 1 mile west of Grover, N. C. 7 room
house, good barn and outbuildings. 30 acres under cul
tivation.. Price $60.00 per acre.
No. 4.—53 acres good land in Burke county near Zion
Hill church, 3 room house, good barn and outbuildings.
53 acres under cultivation. Good farm for the money—
No. 5.—06 acres in Rutherford county, near Lee’s
Chapel and Moriah churches. Could cultivate 40 acres—
good land, 5 room house, good barn._ Highway, being
constructed through farm._ Price only $1,500.00.
No. 6.—15 acres—on Highway No. 20 between
Shelby and Kings Mountain, near Beth-Ware school.
Splendid improvements. Price $3,000.00.
J. B. NOLAN CO.
SHELBY, N. C.
Watch For Our
— 1 he New Ladies $2.95 Shoe Store —
Corner of Warren and LaFayette Streets.
“THE $2.95 STORE”
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.
A NEW AND
Extend you an invitation to inspect
their stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewel
ry, Silverware, Glassware and Gifts, Sat
urday Morning, August 31st, at 9 o’clock.
Our Watch Repair and Optical Depart*
ment is under the supervision of Dr. R. M.
Abernethy, a registered Optimetrist.
The price range of our Merchandise is
wide and there are styles to meet the de
mands of th most discriminating.
P. S.—The Fixtures in this store were manufactured
and installed J>y Morrison Manufacturing Co., States
ville, N. C., Manufacturers of “Better Built” Fixtures.
You are invited to inspect them.
NEXT TO CLEVELAND DRUG CO.
SHELBY, N. C.
(D. S. A>
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