Mrs. William McCord
Honors Miss Me Murry.
Mrs. William McCord will entertain |
Friday aflernon with a lovely party :
honoring Miss Sarah MeMurry.
The Young People's Missionary so
ciety of Central Methodist church will i
mcejt with Mrs. I). Z. Newton on Mon- j
dayi afternoon at 4 o’clock.
I.ovfcly Morning Party
ivfis* Elizabeth Dudley was the love
ly ywwwg hostess on Tuesday morning
at I'D:30, honoring her delightful
gues^ Mises Ernestine nnd Ruth
RedlgTTIe. of Spiro, Oklahoma. The
roon*fl,wors decorated with pink roses,
malrtnjf lovely background for the at
tractive guests. After many exciting
gamer Miss Dudley assisted by her
tnoqHK served a delicious ice and
S, Paul Hamrxk ami Mis* Chris
tterson were hnppily married
at of the bride’s parents, Mr
andHtfrs. George Patterson Tuesday
morWRtr at !) o’clock in the presence
of fjfCnds and relatives. Rev. Beverly
WilMrtt performing the ceremony. The
bridJPTs a most attractive and popular
yousgr woman, well educated and
hiirhlTj esteemed by her host of
friends. She was educated at Greens
boro and has been teaching school at
Patterson Springs. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamrick
and is a most energetic and promis
ing young business man having a po
sitio’n with the' A. Blanton Grocery
company, fmmcdiately after the cer
emony the couple left for a trip to
Asheville, Blowing Rock and other
points in western North Carolina.
Misses Pattie and Elisabeth
Roberts Honor Miss McMurry.
One of the foremost socinl events
of the week was the lovely bridge
party given by the Misses Roberts
honoring Miss Sarah McMurry, who.
this week is being entertained at a
rouAd of beautiful ore-nuptial parties.
The hospitable Roberts home was
nevtr gioru attractive than on this oc
casion," The Dorothy Perkins rosea,
sweet peas, and mountain laurel made
a l|em|tiful combination of color*
and* the placing of these June flowers
were most artistic.
DuiSng the hours eight tables of
briifcfe was played. The score cards
weri* pretty little bridesmaids in rain
bow|' colors and at each place were the
rainfeew baskets filled with luscious
cherries. At the bride’s table the bride
in mfcMntttve, whs at Miss MoMurrys
pla^jt. At, the conclusion of the ganui
the Jeiostesses presented the honor
gueR with an exquisite piece of hand
painted china. Little Virginia Faison
JenMns, Mintn LeGrand, and Kmily
Millar dressed in rose costumes as
sistjll Misses Patty and Elisabeth in
sengng a most elegant luncheon at
the individual tables.
T*e last meeting of the season of
thefeeeelia Music club was held at the
beautiful home of Mrs. John Schenck
jr., *aa£>outh Shelby « on Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. Schenck, Mrs. Pyle
and. Mrs. Schenck, sr., greeted the
guests on their arrival on the delight
ful ^flQwer-decorat'ed porch. In the
hal% and living room mountain lau
rel ^nd pink roses were used with
worfderful effect. The music room
sanctioned hardy hydrangas and red
roses in artistic pottery vases, and
baskets. The dining room was a color
scheme of entrancing beautv, laven
der jand pink predominating. The table
wit| its lace mats, bowls of sweet
pea| and silver candles with lavender
tnpfrs made a perfect ensemble. The
program was given by the following
members, Mrs. Rilev, paper, Irene
Mapschand Ritter. Piano duet. Gar
den’of Roses, by Mrs. Hennessa and
Ambng tho Flowers, by Mrs. Will
Areir. Vocal solo, by Mrs. Ben Suttle.
After the program Mrs. Schenck serv
er elegant salad and sweet course.
Besides the club members Mrs.
Schenck had a number of invited
guepts and Miss Sarah McMurry a
bride of next week was the honoree.
Miss Millicent Blanton entertained
at | Bbautiful tea on Tuesday after
noop at her lovely home on West Ma
riort street .Miss Sarah McMurry who
is beipg showered with attentions this
week prior to her marriage was the
charming honoree. Large baskets
and* vases filled with roses and corn
flowers, were used as decorations in
the j spacious reception rooms. Greet
ing !the guests at the door were Mrs.
D. tP. Royster and Miss Mary Harris.
In tfie receiving line were Mrs. George
Blaiton, in white crepe, Miss Millicent
Blalton in white and lavender crepe,
Pitt Beam i n yellow irridescent
Roberts. Piano solo.
Mis* Blanton Gives
Bcajitj/ul Afternoon Tea.
McMurry in pink crepe,
By Mrs. Madge Webb Riley.
crepe artd Mr.-. Boshamer in green
crepe. Between the living and dining1
rooms. Mrs. A. W. M'Murry ;fnd Mrs.
Will Roberts stood and invited the
guests into the -.1111 parlor where Miss.
e:t Adeline Bostic, Mrs. Willis McMur
ry and Mis.- Helen Eskridge served
delicious punch. The dining room In.
ble presented a rare picture with its
beautiful lace cloth and center of gor
geous basket of American pillow
roses. Surrounding this center piece
were silver vases with these roses and
silver candle sticks with pink tapers.
In here Misses Esdale Ramseur, Car
oline Blanton and Minnie Eddins and
Mary Adelaide Roberts served a de
licious ice ahd sweet course, pink and
white being the colors. During the
calling hours which were 4:30 tod,
Mrs. William McCord and Miss Mary
Griffin played enjoyable music.
• "9 TO
Mr. Leon Ligon
To Marry. 'T 'Wim
Soperton. Ga.— Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Daly have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Sara Merle Daly, to
Leoh E. Ligon, jr., of Fort Mill, S. C.
The wedding to take place during the
latter part of June.
Mr. Ligon is the son of Mr. and Mrs
L. E. Ligon of Shelby and a most
prominent young business man of
Port Mill, S C., where he.is secretary
treasurer of the Gash Store.
U. I). C., Entertain Children
Of the Confederacy.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
were hostess to fifty of the Children
of the Confederacy on Tuesday after
noon at Cleveland Srings hotel. De
corations appropriate to the occasion
were used. This being Jefferson Da
vis’ birthday, the following program
was rendered fry the children.
Piano duet ‘’Gay and Graceful”
Helen Campbell and Sarah Austell.
Piano solo, “Humoresque" Alice
Puper "Life of Jefferson Davis,”
Piuno solo “Sous Bois’ Caroline
Recitation: “Aunt Returah's Visit to
the City” Ruthleen Young,
Piano soh.1 “Vunerul March" Minnie
After this splendid program Miss
Roberts the leader of the Children
read the telegram received that day
from Mrs. E. R. McKelthafn, state di
rector of the Children of the Confed
eracy, awarding the Children of Con
federacy’s state college scholarship to
Frances Wnisnnnt. Delicious ice cream
cakes and mints were served.
Mrs. Fred Morgan and Miss
Margaret At Home.
Elegant in appointment and beau
tiful in detail wins the lovely “at
hom^’’ Mrs Morgan and her charming
young daughter, Miss Margaret, gave
on Wednesday morning the hours be
ing from 10:30 to 12. Dorthy Perkins
roses were used in profusion in the
artistic decorations. The entire plan of
the party carried out the idea of the
pink rose. Pink was the dominant note
of the color scheme. Assisting Mrs.
Morgan and Miss Morgan in receiv
ing in the reception room were Mrs.
T. W. Hamrick in orange voile with
filet lace insets; Mrs. Joe Smith in
white linen and embroidery; Miss
Sarah McMnrry. the prospective bride
was gowned in a handsome printed
roshinlara crepe of white beautifully
printed with flowers and printed scarf
and hat to match. Mrs. Pitt Beam,
fin lavender voile lace trimmed and
garden hat. Mrs. Morgan was hand-"
some in powder blue voile with lace,
and Miss Morgan was stunning in a
white sport suit with a Roman scarf.
Her charming house guest Miss Mil
dred Hackney was lovely in lavender
embroidered voile lace trimmed. In
the living room Mrs. Paul Webb in
black apd white, Mrs. S. R. Riley in
gold crepe do chine sport dress and
Mrs. Charlie Williams in black with
printed scarf received. Miss Agnes
McBrayer in gray and white roehen
hara crepe, sport hat, invited the
guests into the dining room. The table
was a vision of loveliness with its
exciuisite setting of roses in silver
baskets and vase and yellow tulle, ex
I tended from the baskets to the four
| corners ofthe table were intertwined
with the roses. Assisting here were,
Mrs. C. B. Suttle and Mrs. Flay Hoey
dressed in yellow voile and crepe do
chine and Misses Mae W'ashburn and
Elizabeth Suttle in lovely yellow voile
frocks, who served a most delicious
salad course. On a rose bowered table
in the den the punch bowl wns placed
and serving punch was Mrs. Frank
Hoey in a white sport dress with or
ange hat, scarf and slippers to match.
She was assisted by Misses Elizabeth
McBrayer in blue voile and lace, Pat
tv Roberts, in powder blue crepe do
chine and Lucy Hamrick in blue linen
and lace. During the calling hours
Miss Mary Griffin in yellow voile with
black and white trimmings and Miss
Frances McBrayer in green accordion
pleated crepe de chine and lace ren
(Continued on page Eight.)
J. C. McNEELY & COMPANY
Three Day Special Sale On Better
Things For Women’s Wear
THREE BIG DAYS CRAMMED FULL OF BIG BARGAINS
THAT SHOULD NOT BE OVERLOOKED. MUCH OF THIS
MERCHANDISE HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED.
HATS AT HALF PRICE
About 300 Ladies Hats, reduc
ed for quick selling on Friday,
Saturday and Monday at ex
actly half price. Your choice
of any hat in our big line.
SILK AND CREPE DRESSES
One group of silk, solid crepe
and Printz Dresses worth up to
$26.50, your choice during
LINEN AND SILKETTE
One group of Linen and Silk
ette dresses, worth up to $8.95
but we offer you your choice of
either Linen or Silkette dur- J
ing this sale
NAVY BLUE AND CANTON ?
One group of navy blue and
Canton Crepe Dresses, well
worth their former price of
$49.50, special during these
three days, your $29 75
* tu* U- »# «
KNIT GOODS ONE-THIRD
The newest things in sweaters,
sweater suits and sweater dress
es at one-third off regular price.
HAND DRAWN VOILES &
We have another group made
up of hand drawn Voiles and
Dotted Swiss, well worth their
former price of $8.95, but re
duced for three days jjg gcj
See these pretty gingham dress
es, worth up to $4.95, your
choice for three days J2 75
COATS AT $15.00
Here is a rare offering. We
have 14 Spring Coats worth up
to $39.50 in colors and styles
that make them suitable for use
next Fall. Your
choice of the 14 ..
In order to introduce the fam
ous Munsing line of hosiery,
made by the Munsing under
wear factory, one of the largest
and most reputable in existence
we will offer during these three
days $2.25 Munsing
IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU WHETHER YOU BUY
OR NOT. COME IN AND LOOK OUR BIG STOCK OVER.
MANY NEW ITEMS HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED AND
PLACED IN STOCK TO GO IN THIS THREE DAY SALE.
J. C. McNeely & Company
ROYSTER BUILDING. SHELBY, N. C.
Lot 222 Mens white back 220
weight full cut ov rail size 22 to 42.
Special $1.30. Wray-Hudson Co. Ad
FOR RFNT- ROOMS WITH OR
without board iti private home. 510 S.
S. Washington street. 3tfc
FOR SALE DODGE TOURING
car in perfect mechanical condition
at a bargain if sold within the next
two weeks. Shelby Hardware Co. 2-3e
IF YOU DON’T SEE RIGHT. SEE
me. Dr. Wilson, Eye-specialist at Paul
Webb’s Drug Store. tf-Gc
MONEY TO LEND AT A LOW
rate of interest on improved farms.
Long or short time. Land title work
0. M Suttle. tf-23?
ONE FORD TRUCK. TWO FORD
touring cars one Overland four. Two
Buieks at good prices. Arey Bros. 2-3c
LOST OR MISPLACED ONE PAIR
hedge shears with red handles, bolts
running through handles, with nut on
each end. Rettfrn to Walter Fanning
and get reward. l.Gp
TWO NICE ROOMS' FURNISHED
or unfurnished. Water, lights and
telephone Mrs. Laura Well.;, N 328
W. Marion St. tf-30c
FOR SALE—SIX GOOD NEW
houses on S. Washington street, now
under construction. Small payment
with easy terms. Phone 573 B. F. Cur
FOR SALE TWO FRESH MILK
cows 4 years old. One beef yearling.
Frank Gold, Shelby Route 5 2t-Gp
FOR SALE-FULL BLOODED
bull pups. See Thomas Harris, Phone
No. 75. 2-3e
BALED HAY AND STRAW FOR
: ale. W. H. Warlick, R-l Belwood. l-6c
I>0 YOU WANT GOOD IN.VEST
ment with protection? If so, buy 20
year convertible endowment policy
with Conservative Life. Nothin" beats
it. Let us explain. Bert Price, Chas.
L. Champion. Marvin Blanton, Shel
by, N. C., G. R. llaiTill, Bostic, N. C.
FOR RENT ONE BLOCK FROM
square rooms suitable for lisht house
keeping. Call 572. 8-6p
FOR RENT FRONT ROOMCLOSE
in. Furnished, water arid lights. Apply
at Star office. tf-4p
SOMETHING NEW IN TOWN
we make pictures day or night at the
Ellis Studio. 4-2c
WANTED YOUNG MAN WHO
wishes to 'earn automobile salesman
ship to work on commission. Arey
KODAK PICTURES FINISHED
with the high gloss. None better, give
us a trial. Prompt delivery. Ellis Stu
NOTICE TO THRESHER MEN:
Just received carload of “Money Mak
er balers, and can make immediate
shipment on all late orders for this I
season at prices less than can he had ■
elsewhere. Write or phone, C. H. Tur-'
ner, Manufacturer and Machinery !
Dealer, Statesville, N. C. 4-3c
FOR RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE |
on North side East Graham street, i
water and lights. B. T. Falls. 2-6c ,
VOTE FOR D. G. BRUMMITT FOR
attorney-general. He is a most ex
cellent gentleman and well qualified
for the office. O. M. Mull. 2-3c
VOTE FOR D. G. BRUMMITT FOR
attorney-general. He is a most ex
cellent gentleman and well qualified
for the office. O. M. Mull. 2-3c
MONEY TO LEND—ANTICIPATE
your needs and make application for
money from the Federal Land Bank
by June 12 and get same August,
September or October at 5 1-2 per’
cent interest, paying no bonus. Rush
Stroup, secretary-treasurer. 6-20c
WANTED EVERY PERSON WHO
has not tried or tested Texaco Vola
tile Gasoline and Texaco Clean, Clear,
Full-bodied motor oil to do so. 2-6c
FOR PROTECTION AGAINST Ac
cidental death, total and permanent
disability, also natural death, buy
Conservative Life Triple Protection
Contract, from Bert. Price, Chas. L.
Champion. Marvin Blanton, Shelby
N. C., G. B. Ilarrill, Bostic, N. C.
FOR RENT SJX ROOM HOUSE.
W. Marion St. Close in Water and
lights. B. B. Higgins. tf-20c
EOR SALE FRESH MILK COW.
C. M. Peeler. tf_gc
FOR SALE TWO SECOND HAND
Ford motors complete. One block as
sembled. AH in good condition. Bost’s
Bakery ■ 4t-20c
SAY! LET VAUGHN DO IT, HE
knows how. Upholstering, furniture
repairing, and picture framing at
Shelby Mirror and Plating Works.
Phone 52<5, Over Iiex Cigar Store, S.
Morgan street. lf-14c
and Shelby, small brown handbag con
taining clothes. Kinder return to Star
MONEY TO LEND ON FARM
lands. Horace Kennedy, Miller Block,
Shelby, N. C. tf-14c
FORDS AT BARGAIN PRICES.
A rey Bros Garage. 2-3c
VOTE FOR CHARLES 1IOSS FOR
Attorney General, the n/an who will
give his personal attention to the of
FOR SALE ONE HOUSE AND
lot Parkview street. M. P. Simpson,
Shelby Mill. 4-2p
HAIL IS THE ONE OUTSTAND
ing calamity for crops that can neith
er be forseen nor guarded against,
except by insurance. You can sleep
better if you have one of my Hail pol
itic.:. Frank L. Hoyle, Agent. tf-9c
TYPEWRITING WANTED—I DO
all kinds of typewriting. Call 423-J
and iet me quote you my low rates.
Address B. S. Green, Box 433, Shel
by, N. C. 3-30p
ONE FORI) ONE-TON TRUCK AT
a bargain. Arey Bros. 2-3e
AREY BROS. HAVE USED CARS
at low prices and long terms. 2-3c
PHOTOS OF THE BETTER CLASS
at the Ellis Studio day or night.
Phone 418. 4_2c
VOTE FOR CHARLES ROSS FOR
Attorney Genera!, the man who is
supported by more judges than any
other candidate in the race. 1-Gc
DO YO"U WANT PROTECTION
for'dependent wife and children after
death of bread winner? If so, buy
continuous Monthly Income Contract,
issued by Conservative Life, from
Ret;/ Price, Chas. L. Champion’, Mar
vin Blanton, Shelby, N. C., and G. B.
Ilarrill, Bostic, N. C. 2-2c
LO&T WHITE COLLIE PUP. RE
ward if returned to Jack Palmer. 2-6c
- CHARLES ROSS, CANDIDATE
for attorney general has been speak
ing for the Democratic- party since
he war 10 years old. A clean' gifted,
man, well suited for the position. Vote
Silence has many virtues if one is
not an auctioneer.
One trouble about the Far East is
that it isn’t far enough.—Columbia
The trouble with being a follower
i ■ you get dust in your eyes.
It is very hard to drink lemonade on
a ccol front porch and worry about
the poor children’s milk shortage.
Books, we have fdund, are the only
things which speak volumes.
\V hen congress adjourns is should
not mistake the mighty sound it will
hear as a groan of despair.—Marion
It will be funny to read that Repub
lican platform and compare it with the
record this congress is making.—Phil
A FEW MORE
LEONARD S LEFT
Prices reduced t o
close out this ship
ment. They are porce
lain lined and abso
lutely air tight with ca
pacity of from 75 to
100 pounds of ice and
ample room for stor
“On The Square”