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— MAYHUE’S PLACE —
ROYSTER BUILDING — SHELBY, N. C.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wav-i
lick of Bel wood, July *3. a nine and
half pound aon. Mother and babe
are getting along nicely.
Mrs. C. A. Beam, Misses Anna
Bell Harrtll, Madge Lattimore, Mtl-j
dred Boyles and Nita Benton spent
the week-end at Myrtle Beach.
Mrs. P. F. Phllbeck and children
of Lake City% Fla., are spending a
few days with Mrs. Philbeck's broth
er, Mr. C. H. Swafford and Mrs
Mr. Prank Abernethy. son of Rev.
and Mrs. O. P Abernethy under
went an operation lor' apendicitts at
the Shelby hospital Saturday even
ing. Reports from his bedside this
morning are that he is getting along
as well as could be expected
Mr, W. L. McCord spent the week -:
end in Asheborp and Mrs. McCord
and little son, Billy, who have been
spending the past month there with 1
Mrs. W. N. Parrish and Miss Mabel
Parrish, returned home with him
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hord, ol
Charlotte, spefit Saturday right here
with the former’s sister Mrs. Carl
Putnam, and Mr. Putnam
Mrs. O. Max Gardner and Mr.
James Webb Gardner, of Raleigh,
with Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Burgess and
little daughter, Gwendolyn Gardner,
of New York City, arrived yesterday
to visit Mrs. James L. Webb and
Mrs. M. Webb Riley.
Miss Elizabeth Austell has just
returned home from a two weeks
visit to Carolina Beach, White Lake
and Lumberton with school friends.
Mrs. J. L. McDowell and little
daughter. Harriett, left Saturday to
spend two or three weeks with rela
tives in Virginia.
Miss Clara Johnston, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Renn
: Drum, and Mr. Drum left yesterday
; to return to Athens, Oa
Miss Daisy Hamrick, of the Shel
| by hospital, has Just returned from
1 her vacation which she spent at her
' home at Cliffside.
Mtss Helen Schachner leaves this
I afternoon to return to her home in
i Monroe after visiting her sister, Mrs.
Hugh Arrowood, and Mr. Arrowood.
Friends of Mrs. James L. Webb
will be glad to know that she is
somewhat improved after being con
fined to her bed all last week with
an attack of rheumatism.
i Mrs. Oliver Anthony, who spent
last week with relatives in Winston
Salem, has returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Black, accom
l panted by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hord,
J of Charlotte, have just returned
J from a week's trip to Miami, Fla.
Miss Mary Butts, of Charlotte,
visited Shelby friends over the week
Mr and Mrs. B. C. Houser spent
the day in Rutherfordton on Fri
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cornevin and
family are spending this week 'n
Newport News. Va. They expect to
return home the last of this week.
Mr. O. J. Holler of Union Mills,
and Mr. Lewis B. Forney, attended
the poultry show held at State'
college last week:
Miss Willie Hoyle and Miss Char-'
lie Mae Laughridge spent the week
end in Canton visiting Miss Mar
Miss Margaret Wilson, of Gastonia
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woqds and
two children, Marjorie and Ann
Underwood, returned home Satur
day night after spending several
j weeks at Virginia Beach.
Mr. Charlie Clegg, of Unadilla
Ga„ is here visiting his uncle, Mr.
F, L. Hoyle, and Mrs. Hoyle.
Mrs M R. Barr and two daugh
ters, Virginia and Marlon, of Dallas,
Texas, spent last week with Mrs.
Barr's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J M. Walker in the county.
Mrs. B, Y. Allison, of Old Fort,
is here visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
H. Wall and the Rev. Mr. Wall.
Governor O. Max Gardner and
Mr. Ralph Gardner will arrive in
Shelby on Tuesday morning to
spend some time here with Mrs. J
L. Webb and Mrs. M Webb Riley.
Mrs. W. H Yeago and children,
Martha, Billy and Joe, spent last
week in Bessemer City and Charlotte,
Friends of Mr. Carl Putnam will j
regret to learn that he har been
quite ill recently.^He ;pent yesterday
in the Shelby hospital for treatment
Miss Mary Reeves Forney spent
the past week-end visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. J Hoi*
ler, at Union Mills
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Chapel, of Ban
ner Elk. spent the day here yester
day with the latter's slate* Miss
Misses May, Ruth, Verna, and
Ethel Elmore with their guests, Mrs.
Roy Holland, of Winston-Salem, and
Miss Bonner Swindale, of Washing
ton, N. C, and also Mias Willie
Hoyle spent last week on a hou>e
party at Chimney Rock
Dr and Mrs. W. F, Mitchell spent
the day yesterday with Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Mitchell in Mount Holly.
They were accompanied home by
Burton Mitchell, Jr., who will spend
a few days with them.
Mrs. Irma Wallace and Miss Eliza
beth Wallace spent several days last
week in Raleigh attending the State!
Farm Conversion. Miss Elizabeth. ’
Wallace went on to South Hill, Va j
to visit relatives.
Miss Georgia Cowan, of Apex
leaves today after a visit here *o
Miss Kathleen Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Schenck with
Mr. and Mrs. Hayne Blackmer of
Kings Mountain, spent yesterday at
Mrs, Sam Schenck leaves to
morrow for Blowing Rock to spend
a week with her children who are
spending the summer there with i
Mrs. John Schenck, Sr. at the!
Miss Louts* Ledford, daughter cf
Mr, J. F. Ledford, plans to leave
sometime this month to begin train
ing at the Baptist hospital at Win
Mr. and Mrs. E. E McKinney,
Misses Mildred McKinney, Dorothy
Douglas, and Mabel Horo, with Mb.
T. B Gold spent yesterday on a
trip through the mountains
Mr. and Mrs John Hudson an
nounce the birth of a nine and one
half pound son on August 1 at the
Mr. and Mrs. Durham Moore hat'd
moved to Charlotte where they will
make their home in the future
Mrs. Clyde Short and daughter,
Patsy, returned home last night
after spending a month in Ruther
fordton visiting the former's parent;
Mr and Mrs. J. Lee Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Hopson Austell, M.s,
C. B. Suttle and Miss Lucy Ham
rick leave tomorrow for Fort Depos".
Ala., to visit Mr and Mr* Howard
Dr. D. P. Bridges of Lattimore, is
in the Shelby hospital where he
underwent an operation on Satur
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Borders, Miss
Clayton Cline and Mr. W. H. Bord
ers,- Jr., have returned for a week's
stay at Carolina Beach where they
shared a cottage with Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. McClure, of Rosman, and Mr
and Mrs. Dewey King, of Chapel
Miss Virginia Smith and Mr. Wal
ter Smith, of Charlotte and Miss
ErteUe Fronebcrger, of Bessemer
City, are visiting Mrs P M. Wash
burn and Mrs. W. H. Yeago
Miss Clay tie Beck, of the Shelby
hospital, is spending her vacation
this week with homefolks in AVadec
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Armour had
as their guests for the day la;t
Wednesday two of Mr Armour s sit
ters, Mrs. Ti L. Thompson, of Wake
Forest, and Mrs, Charles M. Stiles
and three children, of Newton
Mrs. Yates Barber and daughter
of Macclesfield; who have been
spending the past week with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Webb, Jr., left on
Saturday to return to their home.
Mrs. Fletcher Daniels, of Valdosta
Ga., la visiting Mrs. Josh Beam at
her home on N. Morgan St
Mr. Graham Miller joined his
brother John Miller at Myrtle Beach
last Friday where he will visit for a
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods will
have as their guests this week the
former's father, Dr. Henry M. Woods,
of Atlantic City, and Miss Lily
Woods, of Montreat.
Mr*. Martha Jane Short has taken
room.-; with Mrs. T. A Spangler on
Gene Anthony and Oliver -Ur-,
thony, jr., have gone to Winston-1
Salem where they will visit their
grandmother, Mrs-. Gene Holton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yeago had as
their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs
j; R Brown and Mr. Lacy G Yeago,
Hack to Duty as Flagship
I't* lv s' s;.Pennsylvania is shown majestically leaving the Philadel
phia Navy \ ard, after a layoff of to o years for repairs and m er.
Coa«n,»hoM^ t'annthn T'oari.‘J' '!*••• Rttd from there to the rarifit
coaft, where it will become the flapsli p oT Admiral J V Chase rom
WnVof5h«PUCiSC Th; «? *oin* to^e'^
company or the U. S. 5. Arizona from Hampton Hoads to Cuba, Pan
ama Cana) and thence to its West Coast station.
of Washington, D c The latter is a|
brother of Mr Yeago.
Mr and Mrs Harry Hudson, Miss]
"Tumpy Hudson, and Mis. Marie
Thorne leave today for Myrtle Beach
where they will spend most of this
Hord Reunion Set
For August 10th
The annual Hord reunion will
be held at the Jessie Hord home
three miles east of Shelby, Monday,
Augu.v, to. The public is cordially
Invited to come and bring brskets
Had Had Experience.
"Dad what does it mean here by
"My son. If you tell a girl that
time stand., still while you gaae In
to her eyes, that is diplomacy. But
If you tell her that her- face would
stop a clock, you're in for it."
At The Theatres
t^harle; Delaney and Vera -Rey
nolds play the leading roles in the
Thrill-O-Dram'a, "Hell Bent for
Frii-co," beginning today at the Car
olina theatre. The picture is a mys
tery romance, brimming with action
One of the best sea fights ever
screened is a high shot in the film
Wednesday and Thursday at the
Carolina. "Ex-Bad Boy"
Normif Shearer's new picture is a
filrmaauon of Adeta Regers St.
Johns' celebrated novel, dealing with
an “emancipated” girl whose fath
er's teachings proved none too good
for her. An unusually brilliant sup
porting cast Includes Leslie Howard.
Lionel Barrymore and James Glea
son. The picture shows vivid glimpses
of San Francisco, Chinatown and
the scenic grandeur of the Yosemite
Valley. Playing today and Tuesday
at the Webb.
26-Piece Silver Set
This is a good set and sells regularly at $7.50.
Knives ha^e stainless steel—the other pieces
silver plated on solid nickel. Sold out first lot
in five days, but have secured a few more
and they go at the same low price—$i.98.
T. W. Hamrick Co.
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TODAY and TUESDAY
A drum* of daring in th# mad
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WUh krnneih Harlan and
Tftnllinf Oun Play
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COMING — SOON AS POSSIBLE—Return Engage
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Fen tier Humps »poU the
appearance at ffOUM* Cut*
and also permit rati to aet la
which qalehly weaken*
ar deatroja the metal
Lai us lake out the humps in your
fenders and touch them up with
Dure. They will be as shiny end
bright and perfect as ever. Now it
will be a quick and inerpensive job.
If you let it go it may later cause
real trouble and real expense.
We will repair any other match**
or blemuhea lo the body finish an
your car with Bum. firing an
exact color match.
Drive in today and we will go over
yourcar with yon tosee what itneeda.
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S. MORGAN ST.
SHELBY, N. C.
To the mountains, to
the seashore or back
to school ... a knit suit,
will come in just dandy
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