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SHELBY
AFE
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BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
NEW SERIES OPENS SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1931.
We have already sold over 400 shares in this new series.
Get started now and join our band of systematic savers.
Drop in and let us talk it over. Drop us a letter or card
and we will call to se you. Call us.
Shelby & Cleveland County
Building Loan Assn.
R. T. LeGRAND, Pres.
JOHN P. MULL, Sec.*Treas
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LOCAL and*
i .PERSONAL News
Miss Dessie Canijie one >f U.c
| curators of the Dan Carter Co.
| will spend Easter in Shelby with he'
parents Mr. and Mrs. Andy Camp;
Mrs. Joe Drown and little n
| .Junior, spent Thursday with Mu
Brown’s sister. Miss Dessie CanijKr
i in Western N. C.
_
Miss, Sara Dellinger will arrive at j
home today from Peace Instil u'o j
bringing with her a schoolmate. M ■ j
Sue Thomas, of Sparta, who.will be I
her guest during the Easter holiday I
at the home of her parents, Mr. ad \
Mrs. G. S. Dellinger
Misses Elizabeth Austell. Louise
Bettis and Alice Sanders are among
the Queens-Chicora girls who v.l
drive at home tomorrow to spc.i'ct
thetr spring holidays here with their
respective parents.
Miss Martha Eskridge and Mas
Blanche Lindsay, of Roanoke, Va.
arrived here this morning from Ag
nes Scqtt college at Decatur, Ga„ to
spend the Easter holidays with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Eskridge.
Misses Minna and Elizabeth Le
Grand are due home today fr>.m
Peace institute at Raleigh to spend
their holidays with Mr, arid Mrs. It
T. LeGrand. Mrs. LeGrand has
gone to Raleigh to bring the Misses
LeGrand home.
Attorney Hamilton C. Jones, of
Charlotte, candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination to congress in 'he
last primary, was a business visitor
in Shelby yesterday.
Dr. Hoyt C. Dixon. Shelby den
tist, is able to be out again after a
brief siege of the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris, of Fay
etteville, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Morris on Tuesday even
ing.
Mr. Joe Farmer, student at Mars
Hill college, will arrive at home Sat
urday to spend Easter with his
mother, Mrs. A, C. Farmer.
Mr. and Mrs, D. R. Yates accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mc
Brayer when they left for Reids
villc on Sunday; they returned home
Monday night.
Among the members of the Shelby
chapter who attended the district
area conference of the American
Legion auxiliary held in Statesville
yesterday were: Mrs, Tom Gold
Mrs. W. A. Abernethy, Mrs. Frank
Hoyle, Mrs. Charles Wells, Mrs. Rob
ert Wilson. Mrs. McBride Poston
Mrs. Dean Duncan, Mrs. William
Crowder, Mtes Margaret Crowder
Mrs. Basil Goode, Mrs. Archie Ar
cher, Mrs. Tom Ramseur, Mrs. Reid
Misenheimer, Mrs. John Ellis, Mrs.
C. B. Alexander, and Mrs. Jim
Webb. Mrs. Charles Wells, as secre
tary of the Shelby chapter, made an
excellent report of the wrok which
has been done by the group here
during the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Shaw and
little son. Joe Ned, of Bakersfield,
California are expected to arrive
Thursday to speed some time with
her aunt, Mrs. G. S. Royster and
uncle, Mr. T. M. Sweezy of Fallston
and other relatives in North Caro
lina, Mrs. Shaw before marriage
was Miss Hattye Sweezy, daughter
of Mr. L. G. Sweezy of Ins Angeles,
California.
Mrs. J. W. Timberlake, of Gas
tonia, spent the day here Monday
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
LeGrand on S. 'Washington street.
Mrs. Ed McCurry and Miss Betty
Buttle went to Gastonia yesterday
afternoon to attend a party given
by Mrs. James Sloan at the country
club in honor of Miss Mary Shepard
whose wedding is to take place in
April.
Mrs. R. T. LeGrand, Mrs. L, A.
Gettys, Miss Alpha Gettys and Mis.
W. F. Mitchell spent the day Satur
day In Charlotte.
Mrs. J. R. Sevier and Miss Vir
ginia Sevier, ot Fasifern academy I
near Hendersonville, visited friends
here last week.
Miss Ella Lipscomb spent the
week-end in Greenvlle. S. C., as
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott.
Mr. Henry Lee Weathers, student
at Danville Military academy. Dan
ville, Va., is at home spending the
Easter holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Lee B. Weathers.
Mr. Louis Richbourg and Mr. Jim
Roberts left yesterday morning for
Buffalo, N. Y., where they will
spend the springy and summer
months working on the lakes.
Miss Elsie Hardin, who has for
merly been employed as stenograph
er at the A. Blanton Grocery Co.,
left yesterday for Charlotte where
she has accepted a position with the
Oldsmobile people. Miss Charlie Mae
Laughrldge will take the position
formerly held by Miss Hardin here.
Mrs, George Kichbourg and twc
children will return' to their, home
at Statesville ori Friday after a tw
week.; visit with relatives here. Mrs
H. E. Hichbourg and Mrs. H. J Spry
will take her back to Statesville,
Miss -Janice Newton, of Bah An
tonio, Texas, student at Queens
Chicora college, will come to Shelby
tomorrow to spend a few days with
Miss Margaret Blanton at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceph
Blanton. Miss Blanton came home
last night and will be here during
the spring holidays.
Mises Annie Hughes, Mattie Short
and Annie Laura McSwain visited
in Columbia, 8. G. the latter part of
the week, going to Charleston Sun
day accompanied by Beatrice Notes
and Clifford Thompson. They visit
ed the magnolia gardens.
Mr. Flay Ledford is in Eastern
Carolina this week on a business
trip.
Dr. and Mrs, Sam Schenck and
Dr. and Mrs Ben Gold returned
home Sunday from Baltimore where
Dr. Schenck and Dr. Gold have
been attending clinics for the past
two weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Beam, of
Asheville, and their daughter, Mrs.
F C. Van Dusen, of Washington, D
C., spent tlie day here Sunday as
guests of Dr and Mrs. A. Pitt
Beam.
Mr. E, F. Wilier, of Charlotte, was
in Shelby Sunday afternoon and
Mrs- Wilier and their little son, Bil
ly, who spent last week here ns
guests of Miss Ouida Mundy, re
turned home with him,
Epworth League
Meeting Postponed
The meeting of the Epworth lea
gues of the Gastonia district has
been changed from April 3rd to
April 10th, on account of pre-Easter
services throughout the district.
This meeting will be held at
Goodsonville M. E. church, Lincolii
ton, Friday evening, April 10, at
7:30 o'clock.
Shelby Route 7
Personal Mention
Shelby, R-7—Mr. Everett Wright
of Mount Ulla spent the week-end
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs
Charles L. Wright.
Mr. George Thrift of Valde.se
spent Monday with his parents, Mr
and Mrs P. M. Thrift. Ho was nc
jCoinpanied home by Ills niece, Miss
j Lots Edwards
Misses Vio.'n Anthony and Pearl
Davis of the Ella mill spent Sunday
with Miss a. G. Lemons.
Mr. Gus Anthony who lives above
Shelby spent Sunday night with hi;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Anthony.
' Mr. Andrew McSwain of Double
Shoals spent the week-end with
his brother, Mr. John McSwain.
Mrs. S, O. Glover and two chil
dren and Miss A. G. Lemons spent
last week-end with relatives at the
Ella mill.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weast spent
Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Padgett at Beaver Dam.
Mr. J. Q. Anthony and little
daughter spent Sunday with Mrs.
Anthony's sister at Grover.
Mrs. C. D. Weast of West Shelby
Spent Monday with her son, Mr S.
A. Weast and Mrs. Weast.
Mrs. Lee Brown of Grover spent
Saturday with her daughter, Mrs
J. F Glover.
Mr. and Mrs. Welber Brown of
Grover visited their parents. Mr.
and Mrs John R. Glover over the
week-end.
Mrs. Daisy Edwards and daughter.
Lots, and Misses Hallie Mae Thrift
and Knolda McCurry spent Satur
day with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Thrift
at Eastslde
Mr and Mrs. Columbus Owensby
and two children attended the fu
neral of iris grandfather, Mr.
Thomas Owensby at Grover.
Senator J. Ham Lewis predicts
four political parties tn 1932. No
no, Jim, we really haven't enough
graft for the two we now have. -
Hubbard (Ore.) Enterprise
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CAROLINA
“Shelby’* Popular Playhouse”
NOW SHOWING
GEORGE BANCROFT
“Scandal Sheet”
With
KAY FRANCIS — CLIVE BROOK
SHORT SUBJECTS
“Love In The Superb*”
“Why Continue The Struggle?”
FRIDAY — SATURDAY
BUCK JONES
“THE AVENGER”
McNeely's
Is The Showplace Of
Fashion For
EASTER
Beautiful New Things Have Just
Been Added
We were busy all yesterday opening up new
Dresses, Silk Hosiery and Millinery for Easter
shoppers. Our stock is one glorious assemblage
of Spring and Easter fashions, comparable only
to that found in much larger cities.
Anti we have taken advantage ot the latest
market prices, for these things—the beau
tiful garments of which we are boasting—
have just been purchased through our buy
ing connection in New York and are here at
the lowest possible figure you could expect
to pay for such exquisite quality merchan
dise.
Come To McNeely’s Before You
Make Your Easter Selections.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND~
SATURDAY
A Choice Group
$9.95 to $12.75
SILK DRESSES
— $7.95
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
10 Dozen Beautiful
DRESSES
In printed Batiste and Soisette materials
Very special these three days at
$1.95
J. C. McNeely & Co.
GOOD TASTE IS ALWAYS IN FASHION
First National Bank
\ SHELBY, N. C.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
MARCH 25TH, 1931.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ..... $2,915,330.58
.Overdrafts... ___...90.89
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation_ 250,000.00
Other U. S. Bonds Owned __._.. 159,150.75
N. C. State Bonds __ 5,000.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank_ 22,500.00
Other Stocks and Bonds ___ 113,200.00
Real Estate Owned __ 113,398.21
Redemption Fund _ 12,500.00
''ash on Hand and Due from Other Banks __ 577,493.56
TOTAL __.______._____ $4,168,663.49
LIABILITIES
Capital .. $250,000.00
Surplus . 500,000.00
Undivided Profits____ 93,283.33
Accrued Interest Reserved_ 36,853.23
Reserved for Taxes ___ 15,000.00
Circulation __... 250,000.00
Notes Re-Discounted with
Federal Reserve Bank _ 128,500.00
DEPOSITS. 2,895,026.93
TOTAL ..$4,168,663.49
Our statement above reflects improving conditions
in this section and our people have much to be thankful
fy>r from a financial status. Business along all lines
seems to show* some improvement and individuals and
firms are proceeding with caution and economy, which
plan will ultimately lead to financial independence and
stability. We invite your hanking business and co-oper
ation in every way.
First National Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
Capital, Surplus and Profits Eight Hun
dred and Forty Thousand Dollars.
UNION TRUST CO.
SHELBY, N. C.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
MARCH 25TH, 1931.
Including Branch Offices at Lattimore,
Lawndale, Fallston, Mooresboro
Rutherford ton, Forest City and
Caroleen.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ___ $1,218,841.78
Overdrafts___ 83.78
N. C. State Bonds____ 30*480.00
United States Bonds__ 72,253.47
Other Stocks and Bonds___ 7,500,00
Banking Houses____ 59,028.16
Other Real Estate Owned_ 34,493.72
Furniture and Fixtures __ 26,701.03
Cash on Hand and Due from Other Bands_ 308,775.71
TOTAL ....$1,758,157.65
LIABILITIES
Capital. $150,000.00
Surplus.. 150,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves for
Interest and Depreciation_ 60,375.34
Bills Payable. 105,000.00
DEPOSITS . 1,292,782.31
TOTAL_______$1,758,157.65
The trend of business is improved and each week
and month brings a more optimistic outlook. With
economy and conservatism as watch words, the custom
ers of The Union Trust Company should go forward and
strive by team-work, economy, frugality and saving tc
bring about an even greater financial stability through
out our section. We nivite your banking business,
UNION TRUST CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS THREE
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
    

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