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EVERY COAT ANI)
DRESS Mll&T 00 AT
I Price
Wool Coats and Dresses
$8.88 Sport and Dress
$4*44
$14.95 Coats and Dresses
$7.88
$24.50 Coats and Dresses
$U*88
A full selection of styles
and sizes, 14 to 52.
Extra Special
All Day
SATURDAY
Ladies' and Children’s
TWEED
RAINCOATS
98c
Assorted colors.
Absolutely
FREE
SATURDAY
S-QT. SAUCE PAN
with every purchase
amounting i o $1.00 or
more.
LADIES' BRAND NEW
NOVELTY DRESS
& SPORT SHOES *
Pump*. Straps, Tiw Mid
Oxfords
$1.84 $2.84
InelaM aio al loa Friedman
Shelby Oxford*, values to M
FLORSHEIM AND
FRIENDLY FIVE
SHOES
•very Wanted Style.
Site* 5 to 12.
$3.87 - $6.87
Widths AAA to EEEE
Mens. SW Wt. Overalls
49c
W day Catarday, Dee. t. Ex
tra Quality, triple stitched.
All-Wool Fur Trimmed Coot*
fOr Children
$1.00
Friday. *;S0 F. M.
Men's Broadcloth Dress
Shirts
47c
, AH stses.
Bow sine Florahel m Shoes
$6.87
t Secular $10 Seller*
JW-tn. DRESS PRINTS
5c Yard
Saturday, 10:00 A. M.
Men's Extra Heavy, Two
' Poeket Work Shirts
44c
Cteilar Defiance Cliambrsv
and other rood makes.
Just What Yon Han Bom
Waiting For!
GENUINE
CURLEE SUITS
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
Guaranteed All-Wool Blur
Serge-a new suit it thr\
fade—
$11.47
All sites. 34 to 46.
One special group of All-Wool
Hard - Finished Worsteds
Salts that sold last week as
high as $18.88, now—
$11.87
Plenty to select from.
Homespuns, twists and tweed*
—just what yon need for
Christmas. Curler suits which
sold up to $27.50, now —
$17-87
All Wool Cheviot Top Coats.
Tweeds and Camel Mistures
$9-87
One group All Wool Overcoal
Values to $12.50—
$6.97
— BUK AND SAVE —
It Morom* Pur* Silk P<m*w
YARD
19c
::5c Vtlie.
MEN'S H-fNCH HIGH
TOP BOOTS
$2.98
Solid U»th«.
Boys’ Leatherette Sheep
Lined Coats
$2.87
SiM I to 18
SPOOL THREAD
J FOR
2 for 5c
EXTRA QUALITY
SOLID COLOR AND
PRINTED CREPES
77c yd.
V*lye to $1.50 lord
Mens Blanket Lined Overall
JACKETS
$137
BOYS' 2*6 WEIGHT
OVERALLS
39c
LADIES' GALOSHES
69c
CHILDREN'S RAIN
COATS
Hats to match
$1.97
*
COHEN BROS.
NEVER KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD
SOCIETY
NEWS
MKS. MAYME ROBKK1S THOMPSON
(Temporary Editor!
Telephone Items lor Social And Personal Columns To Mrs. Thompson
Telephone 356.
Jefferson
School P. T. A.
The P. T, A. ol Jefferson school
will meet Monday evening at 7
o'clock.
I D. C.
The United Daughter of the Con
federacy will meet Tuesday after
noon at 3:30 o’clock at the club
room.
Betty Lincberger
Circle Meet.
The Betty Lineberger circle of the
NJethodlst church will meet with
Mrs. Ernest floey at her home on
E. Marlon street Monday afternoon
at 3:30 o’clock.
Washington
P. T. A.
The Parent Teachers associatio:
of Washington school will meet!
Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock.I
Mrs. Prank Hoyle. the gold star
mother will talk on her recent trl],
to Europe.
r. T. A. Of
Graham School
The Parent Teachers asooeiatioi
of Graham school will meet Mon
day evening at 7:30 o’clock. The I
fathers as well as the mothers are
urged to be present. Mrs. H. K
pledge, sr„ the district president
will address the association,
D. Aft R.
Meeting.
ThC Daughters of tile American
Revolution will meet Saturday aft
ernoon at 3:30 o’clock at the club
room. Mrs. W. H. Blanton, chah
man of hastess committee. All
members are urged to be present
as important business will be dis
cussed.
Chapel At
Jefferson School,
Tn the special chapel exercise a.i
Jefferson school Thursday morning,
the school was fortunate in having
Miss Montrose Mull tell in a most
interesting manner of her recent
trip abroad. The children greatly
enjoyed her account of the places
of interest she so beautifully de
scribed in visiting Prance, Italy
Switzerland, Belgium. England and
Scotland.
Silver Tea At
Boiling Springs.
The Philsonian book club and
faculty of Boiling Springs junior
college will give a silver tea at the
college on Monday afternoon from
2 to 5 o'clock. The tea win be held!
in the reception hall of the college
and the silver offering will be used
for the benefit of the institution j
The friends and patrons of the |
school are cordially invited
Mr. And JUrs. Joe Blanton
Entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Blanton ate]
entertaining the young matrons 1
Sunday school class of Ross Grove!
Baptist church and the forme,
pastors this afternoon from 2 to 4
o’clock at their home on Fallston]
road.
The rooms are beautifully ar- j
ranged with quantities of chrysan
themums, roses and- potted plants.
An interesting program, consisting
of songs and readings will be given
by the different members Fifty
members and the following -minis
ters have been invited:‘Revs. 1. D
Harrill. John W. Suttle, J. D. Put
nam, Rush Padgett. I.. I. Jessup
H. E. Waldrop and D C Wash
bum.
Mrs. Blanton will be assisted by
Mesdames Raymond and L. H. Led
ford and Nester Hamrick in serv
ing a detieious salad and sweet
course
The P. T. A. Of
Marion School.
The Parent Teachers association
of Marion school held its regular
monthly meeting Wednesday after
noon, December 2nd in the school
auditorium, with more than on**
patrons present. In the absence cl
Mrs. J. D. Lineberger, Die president,
the meeting was called to order and
! presided over by Mrs. Tom Gold.
The first grades, Misses Laura
I Cornwell's and Annie Hamrick's
pupils gave the devotional, the
Christmas scripture and prayer,
after which they sang two songs
“Praise Him" and “A Little Babe
in Bethlehem." The subject for the
afternoon was on “Character Train
ing." Mrs. Harry Speck made a very
helpful and interesting talk on
“Character Training in the Home.”
Captain Smith gave a talk on
‘Character Training In the Schools.
At the conclusion of the program
the minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved by the as
sociation. The roll was called by
grades and the first grade. Miss
Cornwell teacher was awarded the
dollar for having the largest num
ber of parents present. Mrs Carlos
Orlgg gave the . treasurer's report
and slated that some new school
equipment was being benight. Mis..
Cornwell, the principal of schocl.
announced the subject for the Jan
uary meeting would be on “Health.'
She thanked the patrons for spe
cial donations Including the large
Thanksgiving offering, that had
been made during the past month
This finished the business and the
meeting adjourned to meet in Jan
uary, 1932.
Tuesday
Afternoon Bridge
Mrs. B- O. Stephenson will enter
tain the Tuesday afternoon bridge
club Tuesdpy afternoon at 3-20
o'clock at her home on Cleveland
Springs"road.
Auxiliary Of
Presbyterian Church.
The women oi the auxiliary o'
the Presbyterian church will have
their regular monthly busincs
meeting at the church, Monday aft
ernoon at 3.30 o'clock. All mem
bers are urged to be present
Missionary Societies
Of Baptist Church.
There will be a general meeting i
of the circles of the Baptist church
Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock at
the church after a short business
session the ladies will go in a body
to Bolling Springs to attend the sil
ver tea.
Methodist
Church Circles
The following circles of the Cen
tral Methodist church will meet at.
3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon:
Mary Lee Hudson circle at the
home of Mrs. Tom Webb: Fannie
Thompson circle with Mrs. F. R.
Sanders on W. Warren street.
College Singers To
Attend Convention
J. C. Bridges, president of the1
Union Singers convention which |
holds its last meet of the year at j
Double Springs on Sunday after-!
noon, December 6th, announced
that singers from the Shenandoah
college at Dayton, Va.. will be at
this gathering and render some
music. The convention begins at 1
o'clock and all singers and lovers
of music are invited.
Succeeds Paul Webb
As President
Services as follows will be held at
the Second Baptist church on iier”
Sunday:
Sunday school at 9:45 with My
William McCurrv. ibe superintend
ent in charge
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. The pastor, Rev. L. L* Jes
sup, will preach at the mornin°,
service from the subject. "Symp
toms of Distress." and at night
from the subject "The Day of God's
Wrath.” The B. Y, P. U s will meet
at 6 p. m. in charge of the director,
Mr. T. W. Roberts
Regular mid-week prayer service
on Wednesday night at 7:15
Boiling Springs
News Of Interest
Silver Tea Sponsored Bv Book Club
At College Next Monday
Afternoon.
Boiling Springs, Dec. 4,—Mu..
Harold Honeycutt was hostess to
the members of the Philsonian bool:
club and several other guests Wed
nesday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
The regular business session v/u
held at which time the date was
set for the silver tea which is be
ing sponsored by this club. After
the business was disposed of the
following program was given: Po'i
tical Status of North Carolina
Women,” by Mrs. O. E-.Lee; "Wild
Life of North Carolina." by Mrs
Harold Honeycutt: vocal solo by
Miss Evelyn Huggins, The hostess
assisted by Mrs. James McBrayer
served a delicious salad course
candy and nuts.
The Philsonian book club is spon
soring a silver tea which will be
given at the college reception hail
Monday afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock. The proceeds will be turned
over to the college to buy some
necessary equipment.
Mr. and Mrs Dean White and
children spent the week-end in
Chesnee, S. C.
Mrs. W. A. Webb visited Mr. and
Mrs. Knox of near Hickory and
Mrs. Whisnant of Newton last week.
Mr. Pink Greene returned home
this week after having spent some
time in Washington. D. C. and
other northern points.
Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Hamrick at d
I Miss Eunice Hamrick spent Fridav
in Charlotte.
The following were the spend-,
the-day guests of Mrs. L H. Big
gerstaff Wednesday: Mrs Ur'e
Hamrick, Miss Georgia Hamrick
| Mrs. W. A Webb and Mrs Ida Mc
! Brayer. '
CORDUROY-WHIPCORD
Duck Breeches
Worth M To Any Hunter!
$1.98
UP
A big assort
til e n t o f
Breeches f o t
every need —
Hike — Work
—Hunt— T‘«
entire seat anc
leg fronts Re
inforced.
Roomy c u t s,
plenty of big
roomy pockets.
Thrifty hunt
ers will snap
.he: e up.
Men’s Leather
Utility Coat
SHKKPSKITV
COLLAR
$2.98
M any Store
isk at least $1.
tor value liki
his. All genu
ine front quar
ter horseliidt
five timet
stron&er than
other parts of
the hide. Mel
ton cloth lin
ing. Big Wom
batine sheep
skin collar
Two button ftd
■ *"b!e cuffs.
:GIFT STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
100% Ali Wool
Plaid Blanket
fu 1930, Price AA as S5.88
rair
$4-98
Imagine—bame fine quality
•old last year at 85.88! Fa
mous WOOL CREST—firmly
woven: sateen bound ends.
White Sheet,
Pillow Case Set
A Gift to the Home:
$1.25
Who wouldn’t be glad to re
ceive a- dainty Sheet and
matching cases as a gift?
Wrapped in cellophane!
Men 8 Fajamas
IDEAL GIFTS!
WARD'S PRICK IS ONLY
$1.00
Fast color broadcloth in nov
elty patterns. Coat style or
slipover. Boys' sizes 4&c. Also
mens tlannel pajamas.
tkif/ Prices iDown On
BAHuWggtgr n Fig I ri
Repeating Shotguns
$26.98
Youd have to pay »40 to S5o for this
shotgun elsevfcere! It fires 6 shots in 6
eeonds! Smooth, hammeriess action,
t ,asy to take down, and it's wonderfully
* turdy! 12. 16, 20 gauge
LOWEST PRICES
* of all time on
RIVERSIDE
TIRES/
GREATEST TIRE VALVES AMERICA HAS
EVER KNOWN. AND BACKED BY THE MOST
UBEREAL GUARANTEE EVER WRITTEN
Riversides are of the highest quality it is pos
sible to produce—equal to or better than any
other tire on the market regardless of name or
price. Vet they , cost you less than any River
side has ever sold for in history.
LOOK'
Size
29 x 4.40 — 21
28 x 4.75 — 19
31 x 5.25 — 21
33 x 6.00 — 21
Riverside
Mate
Each Pair
$ 4.25 * 8.40
5.70 U.10
7.35 14.40
10.25 -9.80
”6 ply.
Riverside De
Luxe, Heavy
Duty (6 ply i
Each Pair
$ 7.15 *13.90
8.30 16.10
10.?5 19.90
11.65 22 60
All Other Sizes at Proportionate Savings
FREE TIRE MOllHTINO SERVICE A EVERY WARD STORE.'
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For The Golfer!
New Marathon I .on* Distance
Qoll Balls! At A Big Saving!
39c
Each
They go! Plas
tic centers,
tough covers.
^Wrapped i n
cellophane!
Give Golf Clubs!
Steel Shafted! Autographed
By Bob MeDonald! Priced at
n oods
$2,981
Irons
$3’.98
Irons are hand
forged! Fancy
faced woods!
Ward's is the largest stove store in the world. Na
turally we ran, and do, give t he foremost values . . .
NOW—for a limited time—«e r.r.e offering these 20
amazing opportunities:
NEW PORCELAIN ENAMELED STOVES
1 Coal Range Formerly $79.50 — $69.50
8 Laundry .Stoves ---- $5.95
3 Kerosene Ranges Formerly $49.50 $59.95
2 Stove Pipe Oven Bakers $3.45 __ . $2.75
1 Circulating Heater Formerly $46.85 $36.85
RECONDITIONED STOVES
1 Coal Range Formerly $55.00._ .. 535.00
1 Circulating Heater Formerly $69.95 . : ' 5.00
Many Other Stove Bargains Not Listed.
Save At Ward’s On Your New Sto e!
Ladies Outing Gowns,
Sizes, 15, a rv
16 and 17 .. HcU C
Children’s Outing Pa
jamas. With A Q
& without feetTT 1/ C
Full Size Comfe‘id's.
Assorted (P *| .58
colors v .1
Montgomery Ward & Ca
139-111 S. LaFAYETTE ST.
PHONE 1R7
SHELBY. N. <
Your Neighbor Saves Money at Ward’s—-Why Don’t You?
    

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