HAMBURG SKETCHES OF
Oak Grove News
By Mrs. William Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McSwain
?u<l chlidrtn of Kings Mountain
wore the Sunday guetK* in the home
ocf Mr. and M;?. Lyman Champion
Mrs. Sarah Howell and daughter,
iietty, of Grover spent Sunday with
Another daughter, Mrs. Frank Led
lord, Mr. Ledford and ?on, Jerry,
. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bell and chil
dren spent the week end in B^sse
tner City visiting irt the home of Mr.'
?nd Mrs. Alex McMillian.
Miss Bettie Jean Champion had as
fcer Sunday guest Miss Joan Ford.
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Barnes of Gro
ver were recent visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. Perry McSwain.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ledford and
children of North Brook spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Dix
on. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and
Mrs. Riley Allen and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bell and dau
ghters, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bell and
daughter were Sunday guests in the
toome of Mr. and Mrs. KdwaA Bel)
Mrs. George Ledford ' of Cherry
ville was a recent guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford Lovelace.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Patterson
?nd ?ons spent the weekend in Hal-'
eight with the former's father, Mr.
Mull Patterson. -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Creen and chil
dren spent Saturday in Belmont with
Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. J. W.
Green who is gravely ill.
"Baa gain" policies ant
| cDJf cheap if you
don't have a loss, but
you buy insurance to
I protect you against
lost, to get your mon
ey's worth by placing
your business through
A H PATTERSON
i AGENCY ====ii=
" C .( WAftlttK.MANACCK
FMMI %HT! l/VKl ?' UOMI ketttOMiAttt.
Mis. M?ym* Gibbons was tfce
gue?t o f her M?n, Mr. Sam Lovelace,
and Mrs. Lovelace of Earl during the
?Mr. and Mrs .Lyman Champion ;
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Alien
and children were recent guests with
J Mrs. Champion and Mrs. Allen's par
? ent? Mr. and Mrs. Cleophus Ledford
j of North Brook, No. One.
Mr. and Mrs. George McGlH and,
son, George D., Mr. James MeGlh
j of Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
; Spake, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Spake
[ of Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McGili j
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McGlll, Mr. and
} Mrs. Rufus Plonk and children, Miss
j Mary Rachel and WjlHam Plonk, all
of the St. Luke section, and Mr. and
i Mrs. Stokes Wright and son, Charles
of Oak Grove enjoyed an outing and
picnic dinner at Lake Crawford Sun
W L Vet. I
Burlington 4 2 ?67 ,
Chevrolet ? 2 Jbt>7 ;
Gold Street 3 3 iOO
City Street I 5 -Iff* |
LEAGUE RACE TlOrTEKS
The City league has been having '
some good competition during thej
past two weeks. The League lead
has changed three times since the
season has started. Ddring last week
the Gold Street "Cardinals'' dropped
out of first place by losing two gam
es. The Chevrolet "Hornets" beat i
Burlington by a score of 10 to 4 and
j they also beat Gold Street and City
I Street by scores of 18 to 11 and 9 to
j 0. The Burlington turned bqcK City
Street by a score of 12 to 6 and ai*o
[ beat Gold Street in a thrilling ball
game by a score o i 11 to 10.
City Street , 400 002 O? 6
Burlington i'20 3<>4 x ? 12 s
Smith tLP> and W. Srr.jth; Bennett J
(WPt, E ? i';Min ami Pauetson.
. ; :
Chevrolet 207 530 1?18 7 2,
Gold Street 201 -520 2?11 10 6
Painter (WP), Ha;:?>e and Falls;'
Yarboro; C. Cobb (LP I, Cunningham
Burlington 00-J 340 0 ? 11 13 2
Gold Street 201 2i* 2?10 10 3
' Bennett <W"P>, Stsggs ant: V. |
Smith: Tompkins 'LP/, Loftin and;
By Way Of Mention
?v ? ? . - ? ? . _ ? ?
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ervin of States
vllle were recent guests of Mr A ?.
Ciine and his si?ter, Miss Bertha
Miss Ha^e'. McCarter of Bethany
*ai a recent guest o f Mrs. H. B. Jon- ]
| Mr. and Mts. Elbert Pftyne na<I as ?
I their gue?*ts recenty Rev. anc Mrs.
J Earl Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs.
i W. A. Brown, all of Gastonia,
Misses WSnnWjed Fulton an^ Wi).
i ma Hope and Mrs. J. I. Hope spent
j Monday evening with Mrs. Novella
! Phillips of Oastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Payne had a?
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Engle and Mr. and Mrs. Hi H, all of
Ancient Romans believed it to
be unlucky to marry in May.
The Sunday School was Matted in
[Gloucester, England, in 1735.
25 LBS. WHITE GOOSE
""ALL. SOUTHER K"
NO. 2 CBN BLUEBIRD
? We Deliver ?
With 2 Vj Ft. Hom
V# H. F.
Steel T ub
1 8 Cats.
8 Va Ft. Moietma
it Costs L?ss Al
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Other Stare hi Store* to a#rre too in Aabertlle. Henderaonrille. Shelby. Forest City,
Charlotte. Gotonla Concord. KannapolU. Salisbury.
A Beautiful Decorated Sal* Edge
Iced Tea Glass with *rerf 1-4 lb.
p>kg. a t Dixie-Home Tea
DIXIE- HOME SALAD
16 02. Jar
hunts y. c.
No. 2 1-2 Can
% Lb. Pkg. 29c
S: Glows with mrf 1-2 lb. pkg.
ot Dixie-Mom* Tea.
V2 Lb. Pkg. 57c
A blend of too selected tor theti drinXing quality,
Sme hot or Iced.
Sell-Service DAIRY r
IMxie-Horre lb. ?
I MABGAR1NE. lb. 21c
? Clorv^blooir ij>. jar
Cottage Cheese, 25c
Schreiber's 2 lb. box
Cheese Food .... 69c
Sure Good 1-4 lb. "~*** lb
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Sure Good ? -
j Sunlight 1-4 lb prints lb.
Creamery Rntter SSc
Philadelphia 3oz. pkg..
Cheese . . . 17c
IPhil&delphia 3oz. pkk..
Creom Cheese . . 17c
Freeh Dressed It
CATFISH, lb 43c
Mackerel Steaks 45c
j Fillet of . lb.
PANTILOUT . 39c
Green Shrimp . . . 59c
Fillet of ' lb.
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SUPER MARKET VALUES
In Quality Tender Meats ,
Rlfio ? ?
\ V <r v ? ?
BACON ? lb* ..
~ BREAST? pound
CUCUMBERS? lb. .. 10c
Fresh "Green Crowder
PEAS? 2 lbs.. . . .. 27c
Fancy yellow crook neck
SQUASH? pound 5c
Texas New Crop Yellow
ONIONS? 2 pounds 17c
Carolina New While
POTATOES? 5 pounds ...... 25c
SPINACH? 2 pounds ........ 25c
Fresh Green *
CORN? 6 eais 29c
Washington State Wineaap
APPLES? 3 pounds 29c
AT TNCSI LOW MlClt
M* ?MfT ???
Hit HMit Ml
No. 303 Can ,
Whole Kernel Corn
12 or. can
2 for 3Sc
Pint Bottle 39c
Old Virginia 38 oz. Jar
APPLE BUTTER 27c
Pennant No. 3 can
SYRUP ... 47c
Dixie- t>ew 2 1-2 lb. can
Ice Cream Mix 5 oz. can
6 oz. >ar
No. 303 Can
Fancy long grain 3 lb. pkg.
RICE .. 55c
Red Band Plain or Self-Rising
flour, 25 lb bag $7.29
Big Tender Peas w>. 303 can
Green Giant .... 28c
Happyvale 2 No. 303
LIMA BEANS ... 25c
Liquid Soap Bottle
Shoe White .... 10c
Sunshine fft HO
1 ) b. Box
Lb. Box 30c
125 ft. roll 21c
DIXIE HOME SUPER MARKETS