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    Webb Theatre
— TONIGHT AND SATURDAY —
JOHN GILBERT — ANITA PAGE — LEILA HYAMS
MARIE PREVGST IN
“Gentlemen’s Fate”
High-Tension Gangster Film—In The Underworld He
Found Real Love.
ALSO “DAVE AND ARTHUR1’ COMEDY and ACTS.
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— COMING MONDAY —
MARION DAVES IN
“THE BACHELOR FATHER”
Coming Soon “TRADER HORN.”
— SHOWS — 1 — 3 — 5 — ; — 9 — EVERYDAY —
Webb Theatre
PENDERS
— THE BETTER CHAIN
2 STORES
N. LaFAYETTE STREET
AND
S. WASHINGTON STREET
N*>. 2k CAN HOSTESS
PEACHES - 3 Cans.
FRANCO SPAGHETTI —
2 Cans For.
NO. 2k CAN HILLSDALE
PINEAPPLE - Can ..
No. 2 Can Fancy Hand
Packed TOMATOES - 4 for
EAGLE BRAND
MILK ........
40c
15c
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25c
17c I
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MILK - Tall Cans - 3 for
23c
PET and CARNATION
MILK - Small Size - 6 For
MANSFIELD MILK —
Large Can - 3 For .......
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PINT RED WING
GRAPE JUICE ...
QUART JAR
DILL PICKLES
HONEYDEW PRESERVES a
Assorted Flavors - 2 lb. Jar Jtm
LOOSE COMPOUND
LARD - Per Pound
lie
P. & G. SOAP —
3 Cakes For .
15c
PICNICS
POUND
BEST STATESVILLE
FLOUR - 98 lb. Bag .
$2.75
BEST STATESVILLE
FLOUR -48 lb. Bag
$1.39
BEST STATESVILLE
FLOUR - 24 lb. Bag ..
72c
GIBB’S BEANS —
3 Cans For.
In Shelby and suburbs you can get THE
STAR EACH AFTERNOON of PUBUCA
HON DAY by paying the Carrier Boy who
oasses your door, 25c per month.
TgigggjgySOPTliJLA A*
LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Mrs. R. C. Ellis has returned troni
Dunn where she has been visiting
her brother.
Mesdames Albert Wesson, M. D.
Hopper and Marion Camp and
children and Miss Lizzie Turner
visited Mrs. Frank McMurry in
Lincoln county Tuesday.
Mrs. Martin Hoyle of CherryvUle
R-2 is still Improving from a recent
spell of sickness. Mrs. B. F. WiLson.
of CherryvUle route 2, is helping
care for Mrs. Hoyle’s children white
she is a patient in the hospital
Mrs. Marion Camp and children
and Mrs: Albert Wesson of Ennis,
Texas, are spending the week-end
with Mrs. Maggie Wesson and Mrs.
R. L. Plnkleton of Qrover.
Mr. and Mrs. John Byers and
family of Charlotte, visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Eskridge last Sunday aft
ernoon.
Mrs, J. S. Misenheimer, of Albe
marle, arrived today to visit her
son, Mr. Reid Misenheimer, and
Mrs. Misenheimer.
Relatives and friends of Mrs.
Martin Pulcher, who are here to
attend her funeral today are: Mr.
Pulcher, Mr. Robertson and Mrs.
Katherine Lowe, of Detroit, Mrs.
Matthew Carey, of Flint, Mich , Mr
and Mrs. Jesse Lanier, Mrs. W. L.
Walker, Mr, and Mrs. Dick Wooten,
and Mr. Clyde Wooten, ail of At
lanta, Mrs. Fred Wagner, of Uraa
dtlla, Ga. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson,
of Abbeville, S. C.
Mrs. John McClurd and.Mr. Date
Kalter accompanied John McClurd,
jr, Mildred Lnughridge and Mar
garet Thompson to Greensboro on
Wednesday for the state music
contest being held there this wees
Mrs. Kalter and Miss Ethel Elmore
went to Winston-Salem on Wednes
day, where they visited relatives
and friends, before going on to
Greensboro.
Mrs. J. F. Gaffney, Mrs. J H.
Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Carroll leave tomorrow- for Orange
burg, 8, C., where they will visit
Mrs. J. R. Thomas over the week
end. They will also visit the mag
nolia gardens at Charleston while
away.
Miss Betty Buttle and Miss Kath
erine Dover are gone to Charlotte
today. Miss Dorothy Worthing, who
is to be Miss Dover's guest during
the week-end, will return home with
them.
Mr. Graham Anthony, of Hart
ford. Conn, is visiting relatives here
this week.
Mr. Randolph Logan spent sev
eral days this week in Raleigh.
Dr. D. F. Moore, Dr. Dwight
Bridges and Dr. J. W. Harbison
have been attending the state med
ical convention in Durham this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCurrjT Muss
Betty Suttle and Mr. Theos Hop[ier
attended the wedding of Miss Mary
Shepard Gray J,o Mr. William Carl
Riistin, and the reception following
the wedding, in Gastonia on Wed
nesday evening.
Mrs. George Hoyle and Mr. and
Mrs, Fred Baber and children spent
yesterday in Asheville.
Mrs. M. W. Parrish and Miss
i Mabel Parrish, of Asheboro, will be
i the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs,
W. L. McCord.
i Mrs. Eliza Roberts of Red Spring?
is spending sometime here with Mr
| and Mrs. Talmadge Gardner a id
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eskridge.
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j Mr. George Hoyle and Capt
I Frank Robert* were among the
[Shelby people who attended the
[district building and loan associa
tion banquet in Gastonia on Thurs
day evening.
Mrs. Paul Randall visited rela
tives in Blacksburg last Monday.
At The Theaters
An honest crook, a scoundrel and
a gentleman was the type role writ
ten especially for John Gilbert in
his fourth talking picture, "A
Gentleman's Fate," which opened
this afternoon at the Webb theatre.
Supporting Gilbert are Louis Wol
heim, Leila Hyams. Anita Pag** and
an important cast of principals. "A
Gentleman's Fate" and shorts of an
entertaining calibre will run today
and Saturday.
The Carolina’s offering a double
program of entertainment for today
and Saturday. The two features are
"Under Suspicion,” in which Lois
Moran carries the leading role, and
"A Rider of the Plains," starring
Tom Tyler. Besides these two itcr'.es
cf different consequence, there are
comedies to add the usual spice and
•iff* to the program
Mr. and Mrs. Loy Thompson and
‘two children. Sonny and Cornelia.|
! leave today to spend the week-end
In MooresvllleWith Mrs. Thompson's
mother. Mrs. C. E. Cornelius.
Mrs. Tom Blarney and Miss Jane
Stiimey are spending sometime ini
Hot Springs, Ark.
Mr and Mrs, Cicero Hoev and]
their two children, returned tills|
morning to their home in Wilming
ton, Delaware, after spending sev
eral weeks here visiting Mr. Hoey's
parents, M'r. and Mrs. 3. E. Hoev.
Mrs. W, E. Morton has" gone to
Trenton. N J., to attend the tuner-,
al of her nephew. Mr. Wendell Bow
ers, who died their several days ago.
While away she will visit her moth
er, Mrs. William Bowers, to Tien- j
ton.
Mrs. J. D. F.*kridge had fresh
home grown strawberries from herj
garden yesterday.
soc!al~news
I CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6>
tog hostess at a bridge party, en
tertaining in honor of Miss Caro
line Blanton and Mrs. Newton Far
nell, the latter of Greensboro, who
Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jap Suttle. Miss Dover wore a
spring frock of black and green,
Miss Blanton had chosen for the
occasion an ail brown costume, and
Mrs. Earned was becomingly dress
ed in a tailored suit of navy and
white. The rooms were attractively
decorated with quantities of spring
flowers. As the guests arrived they
found their places at the five tables
arranged for bridge. After several
progressions when scores were add
ed Mrs. W. A. Thompson was found j
to be the lucky wlnenr of high score I
and received an attractive smoking j
set consisting of ash tray and |
matches; the second high score
award, a pretty deck of cards, was!
won by Miss Blanton, who was alsoi
given a handsome linen bridge set!
os a guest prize, Mrs. Farnell was j
given a set of coasters.
Miss Dover was assisted by Mtss|
Betty Buttle in serving a delightful i
salad course followed by an ice
course.
Mrs. Ryburn Is
Hostess To Club.
i Mrs. R. L. Ryburn was a gracious
hostess at her home on Thursday
evening to members of the evening
division of the Woman's club. Mrs.
Ryburn waa aaaisteci-in receiving by
her sistSf 7M rfc*Tttbgias Towery, who
with her daughte^ ; Miss Frances
Lowery, both ot Charlotte, are her j
house guests. The rodfijg of the low
er floor were bright Wgh Jjowls and
jvasew of spring flowers: Tire subject
| for the evening was North Carolina
; and Miss Elizabeth Roberts was the
■ leader. The program was begun with
a paper by Mrs. Luther G. Thomp
son on "Our State Song." Mrs. Boyce
Dellinger read art attractive paper
on "Industries of North Carolina,''
and Miss Carobcl Lever gave an
equally attractive paper on "Inter
esting Towns of North Carolina." i
Mrs. Ryburn concluded the program
with a charming account of her re
cent stay in Florida.
At the close of the program the
guests were invited into the dining
room where they were seated at the
large table and a number of small
tables, each of which was centered
with a vase of tulips An elaborate
plaie Eupper was served by the
I hostess, assisted by Mrs. Lowery and
j Miss Lowery
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! Misses Suttle Honor
1 Miss Caroline Clanton,
j Misses Betty aud Nancy Suttle
I charmingly entertained at an in
i formal, small tea yesterday after
: nocn at the home of Mrs. William
Lineberger. in compliment to Miss
Caroline Blanton. Miss Betty Sut
i tie received in a very becoming blue
| afternoon dress and Miss Nancy
j Suttle wore an afternoon frock of
green crepe Miss Blanton was
dressed in a grey costume with
which she used black accessories.
An entertaining program was ren
dered which was opened with a
group of songs sung by Mrs. Ben
Suttle, after which Miss Marie
King gave a recitation and Miss
Mary Suttle delighted her audience
with a reading. Miss Nancy Line
berger gave several solo dances.
Mrs. H. S. Plaster acted as accom
panist for the several selections.
At the close of the program the
guests were invited Into the dining
room where a color scheme of pink
and white was carried out in the
decorations. A handsome lace cloth
covered the table and the table
decorations consisted of white lilacs
with pink tulips as a centerpiece.'
and lighted pink tapers. Mrs. Julius
Suttle, mother of the hostesses, and;
Mrs. William Ltneberger, sat at the!
ends of the table and poured tea. AI
delicious salad course with acces
sories was served by Misses Mary
and Adeline Lineberger, and Alice
Goode and Marie King. Mrs. J. D
Lineberger and Mrs. Lewis Forney
assisted In entertaining.
The hostesses presented Miss
Blanton with a silver sugar shell
| and butter knife to match her
i ver.
1 1 'll.- 1,1 .. ... ' 1 .'I!™-1
vlr. It P. UautUui ol Urovei
>p.'iiL part ol this week With Mr
rind Mrs. Paul Randall
Dr. Ilaywood C. Thompson was
opera it d on in Uie Sou Ui«ru Bap
tist hospital in New Orleans yester
day lor appendicitis. Dr. Thotnpsor
is a son ol Mr. and Mrs. Z. J
Thompson, ol Shelby and is an In
terne in that institution.
Mrs. \\. A. Pendleton uuti Mt»
Eunice Westbrook at tended com
mencement exercises at North Brook
school Thursday evening.
The farm board Is now.selling a
lot of wheat In Europe at the loss of
a tidy sum per bushel. This Is con
structive statesmanship, tho some
Ignorant foreigners can hardly tell
It from dumping —The New York
er.
SILK HOSE FREE
Equal in Quality to Hone Selling up to SI.93 Given
ABSOLUTELY FREE.
through the cooperative advertising
campaign of Carringtotn Hosiery &
Vatic hay Toiletries we have been al
lotted a limited numher pairs of hose
— ALL FOR $1.00 —
$2.00 Bottle of Perfume
$1.00 Box of Face Powder
— PAIR SILK HOSE FREE —
Act Before Supply Runs Out.
Cleveland Drug Co.
— SATURDAY ONLY
CAROLINA
“SHELBY’S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE’
Now Showing
TOM TYLER
IN
“A Rider Of The Plains”
L HAROLD MURRAY — LOIS MORAN
IN
‘‘Under Suspicion”
pathe comedy*
Admission Always — 10c-25c
It’s The Season To
Wear Sport Clothes
OUR SELECTIONS ARE THE PRETTIES I
AND MUST COMPLETE WE HAVE EVER.
IIAD.
Every Style Is Authentic ...
Every Price Is Appealing . .
SWISS MADE COATS
New for spring. In
white only
$6.95
BOTANY FLANNEL
SHORT COATS
Snapy new creations. In
favored colors
$5.00
One Hundred
DRESSES
$5.00
Pretty sports materials
and patterns.
BOTANY FLANNEL
DRESSES
Too beautiful to overlook
whether you buy or not
$6.95
Ten Dozen
pint: SILK HOSE
Full fashion, slightly
sub-standard
$1.00
One Hundred Beautiful
DRESSES
Of cotton, voiles, dimi
ties, Swiss dots
$1.95
SWEATE R S
Pastel shades, all new
weaves
$2.95
J. C. McNeely & Co., Inc.
— STYLE' — (RAl.lh — SERVICE —
However extensive the young
graduate’s education, he will be
impotent in his struggle for suc
cess unless he has the ability to
SAVE.
A First National Savings Ac
count will encourage his efforts
and get him off to the right
start. Then he will set out with
eyes fixed on the goal that lies
ahead, on the day that will bear
the fruits of self-discipline: the
happiness and freedom of fi
nancial security.
OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
FOR THE GRADUATE
TODAY.
First
National
' \
Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
The
Modern
1
Business
Man
The modern business man han
dles his estate in a safe and busi
ness-like way. H e protects his
family by leaving his estate in
trust with a reliable institution,
manned by officers of wide and
sound experience who are trained
to handle his interests in expert
capacity and absolute sureness.
. *
This is the kind of service the
Trust Department of this bank is
equipped to render.
UNION
Trust Co.
“IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH”
    

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