North Carolina Newspapers

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DR. I. S. M'ELROY
DIED SATURDAY
Father of Rutherfordton Min
ister Passes at Kings
Mountain.
Kings Mountain, Jan. 13. —Dr. I.
S. McElroy, aged 76, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church of Kings
Mountain and one of the outstand
ing Presbyterian preachers of the
South, died at his home here Saturday
afternoon at 4:45 o'clock. Dr. Mc-
Elroy was sick only an hour, having
suffered a heart attack which caused
his death.
Surviving besides his widow, Mrs.
Annie Lee McElroy, are four child
ren, Mrs. Martin Crook, of Spartan
burg, S. C., Mrs. C. C. Crowell, of
Nashville, Tenn., Rev. I. Stewart
McElroy, pastor of the First Pres-
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"AMERICA'S SWEETHEART''
THE PARAMOUNT STAR of "The Dance of Life", "Devil's Holiday" and "Laughter",
Don't miss this opportunity to hear the inimitable Nancy Carroll on
the Air! Tune in Friday, January 16th, and listen while "America's
Sweetheart" sings some of her latest songs for you.
This outstanding program comes as a reminder of that other favorite
among women who keep pace with the tine* the Natural Bridge
Arch Shoe—preferred by millions because it is "Good to the Foot,
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| bvterian church of Ruthefordton, and
• Rev. Proctor McElroy, of Montclan
' N J. Besides the children there are
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j nine grandchildren.
I Rev. I. S. McElroy, D. D., was
born, educated and licensed to
: preach in Kentucky. His first pas
jtorate was at Stanford, Ky. His sec
ond pastorate was at Mt. Steiling
land while pastor of the Maxwell
' Street Presbyterian church at Lex
ir.gton, Ky., the General Assembly
elected him by acclamation to be
the first all time secretary of the
ministerial relief at Richmond, a.
When this cause was merged with
the ministerial education and moved
to Louisville, Ky., Dr. McElroy ac
cepted an urgent call to the pas
torate at Columbus, Ga., which
charge he held for eighteen years.
When his health required a change
of climate, he accepted a call to the
[First Presbyterian church at Kings
j Mountain, where he has been for
| the past seven years.
' In addition to these pastorates Dr.
I McElroy was called by the Synod of
Kentucky to succeed Dr. T. D.
Witherspoon as superintendent of
the evangelist work ot that State.
This ministry was a signal success,
| for which he received the strongest
expressions of gratitude from the Sy
nod when his resignation was re
luctantly accepted.
The Synod in Kentucky also called
him to undertake in connection with
the Central University the estab
lishment of the Louisville Presby
terian Theological Seminary. In this
work he. achieved a success that has
been most satisfactory to all friends
of Presbyterian Theological educa
tion.
Dr. McElroy received the honorary
degree of doctor of divinity from
the Central University of Kentucky.
He is author of a number of books
and has represented the Southern
Presbyterian church in six general
councils of the Presbyterian church
of the world. He served as a mem
ber of the Western Alliance for
eighteen years, eight years of which
he has chairman and wrote the an
nual reports of the Home Mission
committee covering this work in the
United States and Canada.
Dr. McElroy was married to Miss
Annie Lee, daughter of Judge Frank
Lee, of Danville, Ky., fifty years ag3.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for the many acts of kind
ness and the sympathy shown us
1 during the illness and death of our
dear husband and father, also for
the many beautiful flowers. May
God bless you all.
MRS. A. A. STREET AND
CHILDREN.
An average of 55 bushels of corn
an acre is reported from the corn
contest held in Bertie county this
year by farm agent B. E. Grant.
THE FOREST CITY COURIER' FOREST CITY, N. C.
RAISES 145 BALES
ON 145 ACRES
j Mr. B. E. Gold, of Cliffside,
Has Unusual Record in Cot
ton Growing—Raises
Sufficient Feed
stuffs.
j Making 145 bales of cotton on 145
! acres of land this year is the record
'of B. E. Gold of Cliffside. In addition
!to this, Mr. Gold produced all the
grain and hay necessary to feed all
work stock on the farm. "This type
of farming will not bankrupt farm
ers even with present prices," stat
ed county agent F. E. Patton. -
! Mr. Gold, like all good farmers,
is continually studying his farm prob
lems. This year to aid in this and to
give the people of Cliffside communi
j ty a chance to study proper fertiliza
tion of cotton, Mr. Patton arranged
with Mr. Gold to conduct a five-acre
demonstration. This was located 1
mile from Cliffside on the right of
Highway No. 207 to Forest City.
•The main demonstration of five acres
; was fertilized with GOO pounds oi
acid phosphate, 50 pounds of mu
riate of potash and 100 pounds of
Chilean Nitrate of Soda at planting
time and 'side-dressed with 200
pounds of Chilean Nitrate at chop
ping- time. The yield was 1433 pounds
of seed cotton per acre. A one-half
acre plot through the center of this
field was fertilized with 600 pounds
of acid phosphate and 50 pounds
of muriate of potash at planting
time. No nitrate was used on this
plot. The yield was 527 pounds T>n
the half-acre or 1055 pounds of seed
cotton per acre. The Chilean Nitrate
of Soda gave an increased yield of
378 pounds of seed cotton per acre.
Farmers who are considering- their
cotton acreage for 1931 shoull
study this work of Mr. Gold rather
closely. He has demonstrated that
by putting- his cotton on the best
cotton land, using good seed and fer
tilizing- properly, he can produce
cotton at a profit under adverse
price and weather conditions. When
he coupled this with the production
of the food and feed crops needed, j
he insured himself against the loss-j
es that come to those who use pooi* j
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seed on poor land, poorly fertilized, j
and who do not grow their own!
food and feed crops.
ROUTE 2 ITEMS j
Forest City, R-2, Jan. 13. —Odas j
Daniel and Miss Verdie Bostic were j
married last Wednesday in South;
Carolina by Mr. J. J. Mode, a jus-;
tice of the peace. Mrs. Daniel is the j
daughter of Mrs. Sallie Bostic, an i j
Mr. Daniel is the son of Mr. and j
Mrs. Leonard Daniel, all of this j
route. They will make their home on j
this route.
Mr. S. W. Allen attended a birth- i
I
day dinner Sunday at the home of)
Mr. N. L. Wright at Alexander.
Mr. Shafter Rollins and family!
I
attended a birthday dinner at Alex- !
ander Sunday.
| Polk-Rutherford
C. E. U. Meeting !
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Columbus, Jan. 6. —A fine time ;
was had at the meeting of the Ruth- |
erford-Polk Christian Endeavor Ur-1
ion Friday when the Christian Er.- \
j deavorers of the Columbus Presby- j
i terian church were hosts to the more j
| than fifty other Endeavorers. A'
wonderful supper was spread at the j
Spotwood Inn and from there the,
young people adjourned to the Co- j
jlumbus Presbyterian church for the
I evening program.
j The worship program was in charge '
,of the Columbus C. E. and was a ;
fitting: spiirtual introduction to the !
inspiring and instructive missionary,
talk by Rev. Chas. L. Crane. Mr.
Crane has been a missionary to Afri
i ca for a number of years. He is head
of the largest Theological training j
school in the entire Southern Pres-;
byterian church at Luebo, Belgian !
Congo, Africa.
The business session was preceed- j
ed by a short talk by the new presi- '
dent of the Union, Rev. I. S. Mc- j
Elroy, Jr., of Rutherfordton, who
called on the various societies to |
stress their service programs during
the coming months. There were
eight societies reporting to this meet
ing? several others not getting their
reports made out in time. These
reports were handed to three judges
for the awarding of the coveted Un
ion Banner for the best work done
m the previous three months. This j
av. arc; was lr.ade to the Young Peo-'
pie's Society of the Rutherfordton
Presbyterian church which presented j
a report of accomplishments most
varied and interesting, the reading
of which proved an inspiration to
the entire union. Miss Frances Lo
gan is the president and Linwood
Robinson, Jr., is secretary of this
society. They have had the hearty
support of the entire group in their
work.
The Junior C. E. of Ellenboro
Presbyterian church received hon
orable mention for the splendid
work they had done and it seems
that the Junior society of Ruther
fcrdton under the leadership of Mrs.
.J. B. Miller, also was noted for its
splendid work.
The Ellenboro Juniors did take
home a banner—the Attendance
Banner —given to the society which
has the largest total of persons per
mile. They had come the fartherest
and had a fine representation pres
ent.
The union accepted the Invitation
to meet with Bostic C. E's. in April.
CANE CREEK NEWS
I Union Mills, R-2, Jan. s.—Mr.
Perry Morrison, Jr., of Illinois, is
j spending a while with his father
i who makes his home with Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Price.
i Mr. Willard Mo.rrison killed a
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J587 pound hog one day last wo>k.
; Misses Geneva and Elsie McCurry
i visited Miss Martha Morrison Sun
day.-
i Mr. C. P. Whisnant and children
} visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
•W. W. Morrison, Sunday.
: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
; Morrison a fine baby girl. Both moth
jer and child are doing nicely at this
; writing.
j Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Nor
• ville, December 17, a fine baby boy.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCurry,
 visited at the home of Mr. W. W.
1
; Morrison, Sunday evening.
First National Bank;
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NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK BEGINS JANUARY 17TH f
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Franklin 's Maxims i \
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The shortest of them—"SAVE and HAVE"—has prompted £
millions to practice Thrift. In short, saving what they can &
today for the better things of tomorrow ! Are you one of them ? j£j
NEVER TOO LATE TO START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT }
First National Bank
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OFFICERS \
W. S. MOSS President jii
J. W. DALTON Vice-President \i
T. R. PADGETT Vice-President it
G. B. HARRILL Cashier |g
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DIRECTORS ;Z
G. B. HARRILL D. F. BEACHBOARD 15
J. W. DALTON C. E. ALCOCK b
DR. W. C. BOSTIC, SR. B. C. HORN %
R. L. REINHARDT W. S. MOSS
G. C. McDANIEL G. H. BLANTON \
T. R. PADGETT HUGH F. LITTLE, JR. 5
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MONTFORD'S COVE
Union Mills, R-l, Jan. 12.—Alice
Rae Harris, the four year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Harris
was seriously burned on the leg
early last Monday morning, by a ket-
tle of boiling water turning over
on her. It will be a long time before
Alice Rae can walk. Her many
friends wish her an early recovery.
J. D. Brown the four year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown fell last
Sunday and broke his arm twice.
He was carried to the Marion hos
pital and dressed and is at home do
ing nicely.
Mary Ella Harris, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Verna Harris has been
right sick for the past week, her
friends wish her an early recovery.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E, Miller has been real sick
with a cold, but is improving at this
writing.
Born, recently to Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Conner, a fine baby. Both
mother and child are doing nicely.
Miss Clara Rhodes of Ruther
fordton spent last week with her
mother, Mrs. H. C. Rhodes and fami
ly.
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Frady also
Miss Emma Frady spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wil
kerson of Nealsville.
Misses Clara and Sophia Rhodes
spent Wednesday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Hicks Hemphill.
Mr. E. M. Hall visited last Tues
day his son, Mr. Gilkey Hall of near
Union Mills, who is real sick with
mumps.
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SLIPPER SHOPPE
On The Square, Shelby, N. C.
Thursday, January j ; Y KV,.
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