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Mali k STETSON
Start the New Season With the Right Hat in the
Right Shape At the
Right Price
Snap brim Stetson,
proper In buiinefta.
comfortable always.
i
You'll find your P?t
shape and shade here.
$10
NEW FALL
CHELSON
HATS .
$5
PLONK'S
$3J5&$5.00
SPORT SHIRTS
New Fall Models
. *>Y
Norris Casual
, ? Wool
Color Parade !
Now Forming
RALEIGH. ? The annual au
tumn color parade if forming in
the mountains of Western North
Carolina. It will begin on the
mile-high peaks of the Great
Smokier and the Blue Ridge in
late Septembr and march down
the slopes to full resplendence in
October and early November.
It's easier to get to this year
than ever before. New links of
the Blue Ridge Parkway and new
sections of State highways from
a network of loops through the
highest mountains in Eastern A
merica, the Great Smoky Moun
tains National Park and Pisgah
and Nantahala National Forests
Autumn is the uncrowded time
to visit the mountains, and many
inns that once closed on Labor
Day, now remain open to greet
travellers who choose September,
October, and November, with
their brisk days and azure 3kies
and blazing yellows, oranges and
reds of turning leaves, for leis
urely touring.
The Cherokeen Indian Fair, on
the Qualla Indian Reservation at
the North Carolina entrance to
the Great Smoky Mountains Na
tional Park, is on from October 2
through the 7th; Here, members
of the Eastern Band of Cherokee
put on their own color parade,
and people from far and wide as
semble to witness their stickball,
archery and blowgun contests..
Early reds appear as sumac,
gum, sourwood, Virginia creeper,
dogWood and red maple begin to
turn. High up, poplars change
from green to brilliant yellow to
look like patches of flame against
the now sombre evergreens. As
the season progresses, the early
reds and high altitude poplars
blend with yellows and oranges
of sassafras and birch, and from
mid-October into November, all
blend into a pattern that sees
mer's green and the enlistment of
the late scarlets, tans, and deep
reds of the oaks and the color pa
rade Is in full procession.
Usually fall color is good dur
ing the entire month of October,
and with normal weather Is at is
peak in mid-October, but' the
great variety of trees that turn
at different times makes the col
or parade a continuous perform
ance from the last week in Sep
tember into November.
There is little rainfall at this
season, and visibility Is better
than at any other season In the
mountains.
A cotton improvement associa
tion has been formed recently in
Hyde County, with J, S, Williams,
Jr., of Swan Quarterns president.
value-packed complements.,
for your fall costumes.....
'tffi
W? have top bag value* in
many beautiful
Choose between
Noetic Calft, Plastic Suede*,
in a colorful array of all the
nfw rem colors*
By Way Oi Mention
By Lois Be* try
Mrs. Elbert Payne spent the
weekend with Mrs. O. V. Fuller
and family of Belmont.
Mrs. An<Jy McCarter has re
turned home after an extended
visit to her daughter, Mrs. H. B.
Jones.
Mrs. Hoyle Mabry has returned
home from the hospital.
Mr. Leo Beattie spent Wednes
day morning in York.
Mrs. W. F. Upchureh returned
home from the hospital Wednes
day afternoon.
Mr. Wright Harmon spent Wed
nesday in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bell of Oak
Grove spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mi's. Ray Sarvis of |
East Gold street.
Miss Lois Beattie spent Thurs
day afternoon at Bethany.
Mr. Troy Wright spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wright of j
Lawndale.
Mrs. Dorus Allen had as her
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Turner of Rock Hill.
Friday Last Day
For Kiddie Photos
Friday is the last day for the
?fiddles to have their pictures ta
ken at Cooper's Inc., for sho-.ving
in The Hollywood Kiddie Revue
on the screen of the Dixie Theatre
Friday, October 27.
Children from three months to
five years of -age will be photo
graphed free from 10:00 a- m. to
6:00 p. m., with the restriction
that only two kiddies in any one
family can be photographed.
A photographer has been snap
ping youngsters since Wednes
day for the ipUnlajturerevue. %
AT MONTREAT
MONTREAT. ? Frances Lee
Bridges, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James R. Bridges of Kings
Mountain, N. C., is in Montreat,
N. C., where she is regisrtered as
a student for the 1950-51-tearm.
She attended Tryon high school
where she was graduated last
June.
GIRL SCOUTS f
Brownie Troop 33 and Girl ,
Scout Troop 11 of Central Metho- I
dist church held a "Fly-up" cere
mony on Alonday, Septi 4. Five i
Brownie Scouts entered the Girl
Scout Troop 11. 11
The ceremony was opened with
the Girl Scout Hymn followed by '
the Brownie Promise Song. The <
Brownie Tr<*?p formed one horse
shoe and the Girl Scout Troop for
med another horseshoe with the j
openings toward each other. The I
Brownie Scouts were asked what
they liked best about being a
Brownie Scout-They were given
Brownie Wingswo signify past
Brownie membfln?hip and receiv
ed Girl Scout hand-books as a
farewell token. The Wings were
pinned on by Mrs. Hilliard Black
and she also presented the hand
books. The girls gave their sa
lute and Promise and were wel
comed by their new Girl Scout
leader, Mrs. Ben Ballard. Rev. Mr.
Brendalt gave our closing pray
er.
invited guests were the Moth
ers of the girls to "fly-up," and j
Rev. and Mrs. Brendall.
Refreshments were served by i
the Girl Scout a.
The next Brownie meeting Will
be Monday,. Sept. 18th. at 4 p. m.
Judy Eafly.
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at above address
Mrs*. Li?ie Tigles of York, i>. C.,
s visiting her sister .Mrs. Mamie
)ulnn.
Mrs George Lindscy. Mrs
! Meek MUchetrt, J D. Mitchem at
tended the Good Samaritan
School of Nursing faying ex ere Is- |
es Friday, Sept. 8. which was held J
at; St. Michael All Angel church'
corner Mint and Hill streets in
Charlotte. Miss Peggy Ann Mlt- j
chem, a student among -0 other i
students, received caps. |
j l,a\vson Cherry Kinnurd and '
[David Braughtt left Monday ' for
? Now \ork v.'ity after spending
three wivb vacation with Mr.
Kirtnard's aunts, Miss Corririo
Cherry and Mrs. Bertie Bi-nnix.
Mrs. Mabel Owens was eailw
to Baltimore,. Md.. or. account of
serious illness of her son, Cornell
I Owen?*.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE HERALD
Customers'
Corner
School days bring
new problems for
many of our custom
ers.
There ore lunches to
be pocked, after
school snacks to be
kept on hand.
Shopping habits may
change, too, because
the children aren't
available to help.
If there's anything
we can do either in
the way of food or
service to make your
school days' shopping
pleasenter and eas
ier, please let us
know. Please write:
CUSTOMER
RELATIONS
DEPARTMENT
A &P Food Stores,
420 Lexington Ave.
New York 17, N. Y.
CELERY? size 3s . -r?...-:... 9c
FRESH CORN? ear ~ 5c
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CAULIFLOWER
THOMPSON SEEDLESS (
GRAPES? pound - 14c
LEMONS-pound gj&gL 12c
YELLOW ONIONS? lb. ... r. 5c
RARTLETT PEARS? lb. ..15c
RED BLISS
POTATOES? 5 lbs. 23c
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llruif"'" Srrrr
ROLLS
Jane Parker
Angel Food Cake 39c
Home Style or Sandwich
Marvel Bread Loaf* I8c
Jane Parker Rolls? Brown
N' Serve pV16c
Ann Page Foods
One of A&P's Finest Brands
lane Parker Plain or Marble
Poind Cake 27c
Jane Perker
Spanish Bar Cake 29c
Jane Parker Sugared
Doaghnnts Vk? 19c
Jane Parker
Diner Rolls 'nU' 10c
Mild & Mellow
8 O'Clock .
Rich * ruU Bodied
Red Circle .
Vlforout & Wln?r
Bokar
&b? 77c
78c
79c
Cracker
Jacks
Pk,/ &
Angel u *
MarshmaHcws
10 -OS. I Q
Pkg. 196
Hl-C
Grapoade
33?
Can
Ann Page Tomato
Soup ... 3 29c
Pt.
Jar
Ann Page Salad
dressing .
Ann Page Prepared
Snaehetti l5c.'??"
Ann Page
Beans .
29c
13c
2<^ 13c
Ann Pafe Vanilla
Extract . . _
Ann Page Grap?
Jam
l-lb.
9-o*.
Jar
Ana Page
Mutant
Aon Page Blended
Syrap
17c
26c
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26c
Cereal
Kix - - - -
t.ibby'a Pineapple
Juice - - -
Packer'* Label. Red 4 Sour Pitted
No. a
Can
7 -Ox.
Pkg
46-Oz.
Can
15c
39c
23c
Cherries -
Golden Maid ?
Margarine
v
White House ? '
Evap. Milk 2^ 23c
24c
A St P or Keystone
Grape Juice Bot. 23c
A St P
Tuna Fish 35c
M-Or.
Box
lie
Sunnyfield Flour For
Pancakes -
Vermont Maid
Syrup - - - 27c
Pillabury White
Cake Mix 33c
Sunnyfield
Corn Flakes p'k? 15c
Jg INGDCT SPRAY
KILZUM
tj
quart? Wc
PT * ' SULTAHA *
RED BEANS
IN CHIU GRAVY
lb. can 10c
FAMILY PACK OF ?X
5c CANDY BARS
pkg. 22c
WORTH MORE
Coccanut Bon Bons
12 oz. 39c
ARMOUR'S STAR /
PURE LARD
41bs. 84c
A&P FOOD STORES
?i 239 SOUTH BA1LHOAD AVENUE 1
DREFT
Cleanser
BABO
2 ^ 23c
Soap
Lifebuoy
2 sa 17c
DUZ
jg 28c 74c
is 28c
Soap
Lux Toilet
2 ? 17 c
p&o
Soap
bt 8c
Soap
Palmolive
2 - 17C
Soap
CAMAY
2 Reg i ? *
B.n i7c
Lge.
Pkn
FAB
28c
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