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MEETING OF U. D. C.
TJie United Daughters of the Confederacy
met at the home of Mrs,
Claude Rhyne' on last. Friday afternoon
with Mts. Kbyue an 1 Miss Car,
lyle Ware us- Joint hostesses.
Mrs. J. O. I'lonk liud tiiutgeof the
program on "Cultivittlon of Sugar
Cane in the Old South/' Mrs. i'lonk
conducted the piogram with an entertuliiitiK
story of the or?gm of the
well-known Haying: "It's a Long
Time Between Drinks."
During; the social- hour the hostess
es served Dixie Cups and wafers.
AFFAIRS IN CHARLOTTE
Mrs. Howaitd Jaeksou is speudiiiR
the week at the home of her purents.
Mr. anil Mrs. S. K. Aahcruft. Mrs.
Jack sou is to bo datne-of-honor at
the marriage of her BlBter, MIkh Margaret
Aahcraft and Mr. Harney Williams
White of Wa'rvester. Mobs.
and is attending a number of jpre-nup
tiul affairs given for hi* sister.
Mr. Howard Jackson is to be one
of the ushers.
GUESTS AT LUNCHEON IN
Mrs. Grady King and Mrs. M. IT
. lliser were luncheon guests at -the
home of Mrs. Ralph Dearborn In
St ales villi- Wevlnesday.
The luncheoir was given, complimenting
Mrs. V. C. Schley, of Fredericksburg.
Va., who has been vi.--.iting
in Statesville,- for sometime una
who is now a house guest ot Mrs
The doctor's time and
sick and suffering. Witt
That, too, is this drug st
Kings Mountain Drug <
cian on common grouni
profession, which is so <
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We Fill Any I)o
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. the Opening Of
IN KINGS MOUNTA1
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This unit eliminates a
work, giving each cur
the dame temperature
out. Also have the lates
dryers to assure speed i
fort in drying.
We wish to invite you i
4ND PERSONAL HAPPEN]
REST to I
\ND 88 MRS- A. H. PATT
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Dance Sponsor r
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Miss Ruth t aveny, daughter of Mr
, 'and Mrs. W. C. Cavony who has
been selected :ib one of the sponsors
lor the Shelby Lion's Charity Ball,
to be held tomorrow evening beginning
at b:3w in Slielby at Dortina
Beach Paviltipn. The music will be
furnished by Sandy Jordan's orchestra,
The proceeds go to the Lion's
charity, fund for under privileged
Mr. Plata. James Ue'avner and
Miss. Louisa Klinina Allen, .botti or
Kings Mountain, were united in miuinicny
<?n Sept. :i at 3100 o'clock
by Kcv. K \V. Pox at .the parsonage
of Central Methodist Church.
skill are dedicated to the
i him all else is secondary,
tore's chief concern and so
Co. works with the physi1,
co-operating with him
ethical, practice of our'
closely allied to his own.
Delicious new Southern
Snow White Flavor
tain Drug Co.
Kings Mountain, N. C. (J
A New and Modern
IN ON TUESDAY NEXT
lave installed the New HalI
Electra Wave Permanent
e Machine which assures
ect waves through the auitically
II guess >35^*^'
t in hair >
to call in and inspect/
East Mountain St.
ERSON, Editor %
Mr. and Mis. Arnold KUer enterlathed
with four tallies of bridge 011
last. Friday evening,
A profusion of roses.and other
pretty flowers were used in decora
??lr. Ilayne Hlaekim-r received]
high score prize for men and Mr.1
laidd Hum rich, low. Mrs. Huynell
Itlurkiner made ladles high score!
a ad Mrs. (ieorge Kutiliuore. low.
Tempting refreshments were served.
(Those playing ini-liidt-d Mr. |.nh
Mis l.add llatiirick. Mr and Mrs.
Hunter Noisier. Mr. and Mrs. Ilayne
IllHckmer, Mr. and Mrs. Huywood K.
HHIP II'.W. lll.l!1 w.?' Mini1 1)1111.11111!"
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neither, Mr. undj
Mis. George l?att imori- Mr and Mrs.'
PARTY FOR YOUNC PEOPLE
"Misses Sulena I'arion, Norma
('look. Huth Caveiiy, Pauline Gofortli
and Mary Frances Gum entertaiued
between fifty and sixty young
p<-ople at tb'e Woniana Club on Tues
day evening, a number of the guests
iiicluJing those who are leaving
soon for college.
Chaperones were Mrs. \V. C\ Civeny.
Mrs. \V. K. Crock, Mrs. 1) Goforth
and Mrs H. K. Parton.
Punch was served throughout the
< veiling ity Miss Priuleila Adair.
The lounge and reception hall
were arranged with cut flowers. The
ahditorium was banked with, pine's
and other, greenery. Decorations cat
rylug out a color note of blue and'
silver were used.
DINNER FOR INSURANCE
Mr. Proctor TJhompson entertained
a number of fellow Metropolitan
Life Insurance Agents at dinner at
Pine Knot on Wednesday evening.
Mr. andi Mrs. J. \V. Smith announoe
th.? mnrvtnyp flf tfrfti- ter,
Grace Kliraheth m Mr Jamas ?Hlllafd
Davis of ftr..^nvtiin q , -ana
tTTngs Mnnnnfiln flrpt 1 IHifl ito.-j^
in !?., gnn H.M .fcind
sjfp^Davis of Greenville. S. C. After
a^ylctl In Creeliville conilhi are
now at home "" ^'jtv
BorV to iir. and Mr . H. R. I untilcutt.
I -r"n \ 11 -till ] lichard I untilcuHT'
.It ! on jscptembe 1st, at "Mercy j
Hospltlli Chlriotte. .
a. Tl. !
M". It. A. Murray who is a path-it j
:si Duke Hospital. Durham, is ' it.:
proving according to list reports.
Mrs. V. C. Sente.y of i>'rotl<>rit:klurg
Va.. is ;i hfuije guest of Mr
unci Mrs Cii.uy Ki.tttr, this wc.-k,
Mi?s Kathrwn O'l'atuoll of. Wish I
ington. D. <\. spent the week end iKings
Mountain with her parent
Captain and Mrs. <?. 0. O'F'nrrell.
Rev. and Mrs. . Uwight Mullis o"
Monroe will Ik> guests of Mrs. Clair'
Rh.vne at Rake Montonia during tie
Harold Barber. son of Mr. an'
Mrs. George C. Barber left for Was!'
Ington. D. P., Sunday night where
he will enter Stranger College.
Miss Norma Crook is taking a
course at Oleyer Business College in
Charlotte where she enrolled Monday.
Miss Ethel Plonk left Monday for
Winston-Salem where she will resume
her work as member of the
Misses Dorene Hartsoe. Pearl Rey
nolds arid Mrs. Ora Leo Rlppy reT^ntedi
home Sunday after hating
spent the past rweek-end In Norfolk,
Charles Thomssson. Jr.. has enter
ed Oak Ridge Military School. He
was accompanied to Oak Rilge Sunday
by hie parent*. Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Thomas Hon.
Mrs. George Moss, Susan Moss,
Mrs. H. T. Fulton, Jr., and their
guest, Miss Iyoufso Ledford. of Manhattan,
New York, spent Wednesday
with friends in Charlotte.
Mrs. Shell Wilson and daughter.
Wanaa Lee, of Gaffney, S. C.. are
spending several days with Mrs.
Wilson's sister. Mrs N. H. Kelly of
this citjy. Mrs. Wilson is recuperating
from a recent illness.
The many friends of Clavon Kelly
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Kelly, will
be glad to learn that he is getting along
nicely after undergoing operation
for removal of his tonsils In the
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New Coats For ^
We > ,v~ a 'jeautiful collec- /
tion oi Coats in the new col I
or::, Black, Wine, (uven M
Teal l>l; ? and Bay JV*
Both Sport and Fui -'i . ?inmed
$5.95 to Newes
$29.50 r J.
Lovely Hats DreSse
Biu selection to match your
n<itt' I/.?I1 /k?*4 (T14
v? * ? ? vuuu, an aiyit:?*, J ^
$1.45" $2.95 ov^ir "
with the new
m | m # parel direct I
|M A1A7 I Win centers of N<
lidrV A ttHI where our bi
O - ly selected ti
Very popular this season. FALL ORES
.Ml colors? jn ajj wai
fl|0 QC materials. Lj
<D4i?i/J cd assort mc
, from, and th
__ ately priced 1
Fall Skirts S2.95t
The very thing to wear
right now. All colors? We have one
. ture rack at <
ft. i-rom keeters bigjjf
GEST PIECE GOODS
We can truthfully say that our Piece
Goods Department is now completr
y , with all kinds of the newest Fa
4ft materials. Evjry pattern brand ne
Prints and Romper Cloth. Good q
new fall pre
1 ? 80 Square. Fast Colors. Br
sigr.j. Two Big,Tables?
/ e Shantung and Prints. All
/ ? Fall Colors and Pattern'
Value For Value Never Undersold
^ur Fir si
t Styles at Keeter's
m I 1
now overladen V
est in Kali Ap- v
from the style
?w York City M I I
lyers personal- M
latest styles l
dressed ladies m
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ited colors and
?nt to choose 1. fl
ev are moder- M
'or only? fl H
> each \ 1 |
JTTON * .
like these selections as
jattern. and colors? Vj,
FALL SILKS / /
inch stripes, solids anu printed. M /
vest colors?just arrived? a J
WOOLENS & COATING jPjf J J
In Plaids and Solids. Beautiful pat- :?# m a
terns for this season? djjflf M a