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All these Phonograph Records are
Brand New — never been played — to go
on sale for 50c each. Come early and get
SALE STARTS THURSDAY AND
LASTS THROUGH SATURDAY,
FEB. 27-28 Through MARCH 1st.
Pendleton’s Music Store
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COMING NEXT MONDAY-TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
— COMING SATURDAY —
Mrs. Lula Carpenter and Miss
Jessie Ella Roberts visited relatives
at Cherryville Sunday.
Misses Ella Rudislll and Sue Rob
erts spent the week end with friends
and relatives near Crouse.
Mrs. J. L. Stroup Is spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. Wellle
Hamrick In Asheville.
Misses Vera and Lillian Yar
borough visited Misses Alta, Clara
and Zula Grlgg Sunday
Dr. A. B. Holland and son, Hul
ton, and Mr. Max E. Phillips cf
Boiling Springs spent Friday ji
Charlotte on business.
Mr. and Kirs. Alon'o Grlgg and
little daughter, Betty Sue, visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M
On last Saturday little Rebecca
Lee, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. L. V
Lee enjoyed her second birthday
with her family and sister by hav
ing a nice cake with two candles.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Grlgg and
sisters, Misses Eula and Dovie Grlgg
of Llncolnton visited their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Grlgg Sunday.
Mr. L. M. Lattlmore Is in Prov
idence, R. I. on business and whib
he is away Mrs. Lattlmore is visit
ing relatl ’es in Gastonia
Miss Ella Rudislll attended the
funeral of M. L. Rudislll at Cherry
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Lee ant!
daughters, Martha and Rebecca
and Mrs. Lee’s mother, Mrs. Lew j
Green of Vale motored to Asheville
on Monday for a short visit to Mrs.
Green’s daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hou
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Showalter of
Charlotte and mother, Mrs. W. A
Showalter of Harrisonburg, Va. vis
ited Mrs. Kate L. North Tuesday
Mrs. Showalter spent the winter In
Florida and Is en route home.
Mrs. H. T. Hudson returned the
last of the week from a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson Daniel at
Mrs. Tom Fulton and Miss Pearl
Fulton of Kings Mountain were
shopping In the city Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Waldrop and
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Cline were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z»b
Miss Maude Ava Hord, who
teaches at Casar spent the week
end with her parents at Waco.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whlsnant who
were recently married in Green
ville, S. C. spent Sunday with Re,
and Mrs. H. E. Waldrop.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jen
kins at their home at Patterson
Springs Sunday, February 16, a
son, William Homer. Mrs. Jenkins
was formerly Miss Ruth Gladden.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morgan re
turned Sunday from a delightful
trip to St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kincaid and
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dodd motored to
Chimney Rock Sunday.
Miss Thelma Earl, Mr. and Mrs.
Winnie spent Sunday at Ninety
Miss Marie Gibbons of Gastonia
was a week-end guest of Miss Vio
Mrs. J. H. Hull returned Fridiy
last from an extended visit to her
daughter. Mrs. Thompson Daniel at
Rev. Frank Snider of Fort Wortn,
Texas was a dinner guest of Rev
and Mrs. H. E. Waldrop Sunday.
Mrs. George Blanton and Miss
Mlllicent Blanton spent today in
Mrs. Terry Moore and Miss Ruth
Moore of Forest City attended the
book club meeting yesterday.
Misses Myrtle Harris, Ruth Hop
per, Mesdames W. A. Pendleton,
Major Hopper and T. J. Ramsaur
attended the banquet and cere
monies at the white shrine of Jer
usalem at the Masonic temple in
Charlotte Tuesday evening.
Miss Caroline Blanton will spend
the week-end in Charlotte guest of
Miss Mary Louise Wardsworth.
The teachers training class of th*
Central Methodist church is hoii
ing their meetings in the class
rooms of the church every night
this week closing Friday night.
Miss Margaret Anthony who .lad
an operation at the Shelby hospi
tal is able to sit up part of the
Try Star Want* Ads.
Dr. A. B Holland anu Mr. Max K.
Phillips of Bolling 8prlngs «peut
Sunday In Greenville, b. C.
At The Theaters
‘The Marriage Playground” la the
feature picture at the Carolina to
day and tomorrow. It'a an all talk
ing Paramount, with Mary Brian
starring. This picture la given first
rating by the big national reviews,
and Shelby la fortunate to be able
to see It. No less a person than
Edith Wharton wrote the story;
Lotha Mendes directed It. and the
cast Includes such notable players
la Lllyan Tashman, Huntley Gordon
and Fredrlc March. The Caroltr"
Is now advertising ‘The Love Pa
rade." one of the biggest special* of
The Webb is |o be congratulat’d
upon running this week two pic
tures of such merit, that It la hard
ly too much to say, there are few If
any better. Monday night that no
table star. Ina Claire gave a per
formance in ‘The Awful Truth, ' al
most one might aay. without paral
lel for excellence and last night
Ann Harding charmed an audience
In an unforgettable performance
Today the Webb is presenting
“Lucky In Love.” Tomorrow Regin
ald Denny in ‘‘One Hysterical
Night.” And the theatre la adver
tising “Sally” for next week.
The Lyric Is advertising an ex
traordinarily good Paramount all
talking picture—“Past Company"
for today and tomorrow. It's a Ring
Lardner comedy riot, starring Eve
lyn Brent. The cast la the highest
class, the story is excellent, the di
rection good—and altogether It Is
an excellent production, you should
not miss. A spicy vaudeville com
pany Is advertised for the last three
days of the week, playing "Good
Morning Dearie," The company In
cludes fifteen players, headed Dy
BilUe LeRoy .
As To Complaints.
(Prom The London Answers.)
Abe owned a well known race
horse, for which Ikey offered him
$10,000. Abe accepted the offer and
a check, promising to send the
horse on next day.
Overnight, however, the hore
died. But Abe could not bear to
lose his bargain, so he cashed the
check and sent the horse on.
He heard nothing further and did
his best to avoid Ikey Unfortunate
ly the day came when they mrt
face to face. Abe took the bull by
the horns end asked Ikey what had
become of the horse.
•‘Veil,’ said Ikey, "ven I found k
vos dead, seeing that everyone
knew vat a vonderful horse It vas. I
raffled it, and 25 people bougot
tickets at $500 each.”
“But,” said Abe, “didn't anyone
“Only the man who irn it,” re
plied Ikey, “so I gave him his
Owl Pound In Stove.
New Port, 8. C—W. C Roach, of
near here, started a fire and ex
tinguished a screech owl
In some 'aahlon the creature had
found its way into ths Poach stove.
When the smoke and the flame
flared up the flue, he retreated to
the sootbox. There he perished.
Spartanburg,—Air mall moving Ui
both directions from Spartanburg
during the first 20 days of Febru
ary registered an increase of more
than one hundred pounds over the
corresponding period in January.
Asheville—John O’Nell, negry,
was Jailed here for stealing a violin,
property of G. D. Topping, that was
made In Qermany In 1730 by Simon
Gastonia—John P. Pruett, of Dal
las, who served in the 1910 legisla
ture, has announced his candidacy
for one of the Gaston seats in the
house of representatives. He is a
farmer and a Democrat.
SALLY will be here Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Thur. - Fri. - Sat.
Feb. 27-28, Mar. 1
Here It Is — And How!
And a Cast of Musical
A “Sweet Sixteen”
Fapcr Milk Bolt lev
(From The Wall Bt. Journal.)
In the near future the stray alley
sat, whose evening songs are not
ippreclated, will be quite safe from
Lhe hazards of thrown milk bottles.
An experiment, conducted for me
past year ov the Sheff'o .1 Farms in
the use of a paper bottle for milk,
has met with such success that 1.
Is expectsj to be used as a suitable
substitute lor the rdlnary glais
bottle. Oui ing tills experiment ao
proxlmately 4,000,000 sealed cones
were put on and distributed
throughout New York. The new
bottle offers a convenience to con
sumers who previous'.: w»re fo»-:vl
lo pay r de*/Osit of five cents on tlv
glass bottle. At present during the
experimental stage, the cost of nro
duclng the sealed oones has been
slightly higher than that of the
Fashion Note: Fgga.
Greenville.—Fashion note: The
newest eggs this spring will bear the
Initials of the egg-producers' own
ers, slightly raised and In that
modish shill shade.
In Piedmont, Mrs. Elmer TolU
son's White Leghorn hen manufac
tured an egg bearing th* letters “f
T." In natural ridges cn the shell.
PLAT AT BELWOOD SCHOOL
SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH ’
The senior class of the Bel wood
high school will present a play
Saturday night at 8 o'clock. The
title of the play la *Thr Qtrl Who
glass bottbs. However, with mm
ufaeture in quantity, it is expected
that the price will be reduced to
that of thv glass bottle
Ford Touring car, 1926 Model, Good Mechanical Condi
tion, four good tires — price__$90.00
Ford Touring Car, 1924 Model, Four Good Tires, Good
Mechanical Condition ____ _____ $60.00
Chevrolet Touring Car; Four Good Tires, Good Me
chanical Condition, 1930 License Tag — An Old Mod
el but a Heal Buy at_$75.00
Chevrolet Touring, has 1930 License Tag_$50.00
Chevrolet Roadster, 1927 Model__$85.00
Ford Roadster, Late 1927 Model, with light delivery
steel body; good mechanical shape, four new tires.
This is a repossessed car, can be bought for balance
owing on it.
Several real clean Chevrolet Touring cars, 1926 and
1927 models — prices from $125.00 to $225.00.
Model A Ford Coupe. A real buy in this one.
Small down paymvnt on all above mentioned cars —
Balance on EASY TERMS.
Crawford Chevrolet Company
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“We cell »t your neighbor*.”
A PARAMOUNT ALL-TALKING
girl on Broad
way! It s a
fYllYH JACK OAfJC
KMifi surry MiACiO
from the stage-hit
Geoi ge M. '"'than
Ring: Lardner’s Comedy
Riot, All - Talking
Evelyn Brent - Jack Oakie
Richard ‘Skeets’ Gallagher
A Paramount Picture
Elmer: “A girl’s taking an
awful chance going nuts
over anybody the way that
dame is over me.”
Bert: ‘‘Evelyn can tell a
crook from a sap anytime,
and, of course, you’re no
MATINEE ..10.20c NIGHT-10-25c
COMING THURS. - FRIDAY - SAT.
Billy Leroy's Big Show
“GOOD MORNING DEARIE”
— Singing — Dancing — Pretty Girls —
- 15 PEOPLE -
NOW PLAYING - WED. - THURS.
d Qiraaount Qiduic,
and 6 cute
— PLUS —
Pathc Audio Review
_ AND —
An All-Talking, Singing,
Dancing Two Reel Comedy.
Hiis Program being Spon
sored by the Ishpenning
Club Benefit of Relief
A Splendid Cause
A Splendid Program.
COMING FRIDAY - SATURDAY
“ROAD HOUSE NIGHTS’*
A Production with everything to please an audience.
Talking. Singing. Dancing, Love, Thrills and Action,
With Helen Morgan, Fred Kohler and Cast.
- COMING - MONDAY - TUESDAY
POSITIVELY 2 DAYS ONLY
The production that opened at the Criterion Theatre, N.
Y., at $11.00 Admission. Played Charlotte to Capacity
Crowds two weeks at 60c Admission. An All-Talking,
Singing, Dahcing Production. Its Spicy! In fact It’s
hot! Chevalier makes love to the queen’s taste. Shf lik
ed it and HOW! Hear him sing 10 New Song Hits.
Ladiee’ Matinee 10c Mon. - Wed. • Fri.
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