Hollywood—Eddie Nugent stop
ped Billy Haines on the M. G. M.
“Congratulations, ol’ kid, I un
derstand you’re engaged."
Haines snorted, “Like fun I am."
“Okeh.” Eddie started off whis
tling. but turned to yell over his
shoulder: “AH same, the congratu
lations still hold!”
To tea yester-afternoou at Cn
milla Horn’s little cottage at Playa
del Rey. The house overlooks a
vast expanse of Pacific which, be- j
cause of leaden skies, aped the
color to dreary perfection And Ca
milla just recovered from flu and
excited over the new domicile. She
, did *peak at saucy length on pur
hg pinkish georgette crepe—
I georgette. she put it—tor
lins. Having completed “King
ne Mountain,” with John Bar
ore, she is at liberty to house
1 to her heart's delight, and how
I German madchen does revel
personalizing a house,
ftuch elated, too, over her hus
nd coming from Germany to
end Christmas with her. Elated, j
fc over the dim prospect of going j
I Naples by next spring. CamiUa |
Jtes Hollywood, but she finds it j
ather lonely at times. And, indeed.
10 place can be lonelier than this
.iiiRgr when one is accustomed to
the gaiety and sometimes charming
Isolation of a cosmopolite existence.
Such a one, to be sure, is Camilla
Another Mayfair dance. At ye
Bittmore. With flicker-ites a-glit
ter and a-dazzle in luscious gowns,
and some not so luscious, said
winking Jewels. And the men hard
put in their black tuxedoes to com
pete with such color, but succeed
ing because, to be sure, they were
There were Paul Bern with Agnes
Ayres and Johnny Farrow with
Alice White, Evelyn Brent with her
husband, Harry D. Edwards, and
Lowell Sherman and Betty Fran
cisco, Paul Scofield and Sharon
Lynn. Joan Crawford and Douglas
Fairbanks, jr„ Norma Shearer and
husband. Irving Talberg; Bebe
Daniels and her party. A small
Mayfair gathering, as such monthly
aiffairs go, but indeed, all seemed to
have a merry time.
The next dance will be held New7
JOAN C RWVFORI*
Year's Eve. or thereabouts, though
cne suspects it may be postponed
until the following week, as half
Hollywood plans to traipse to Cal
iente to greet 1029. The delightful
reformers are helpless to perpe
trate their ideas on a massed hu
manity after said humanity once
crosses the border. And after all,
even the biblical heroes relished a
goodly quaff. New Year’s is Nr #
They do be chortling over the
wench who was so dumb she
thought Fanny Ward part of a hos
pital . . . Evelyn Brent has a bit of
a Pekinese yclept Kim. Kim devel
oped cold in his eye and was rush
ed to the dog hospital. Prompt
medical attention saved the wee
mite's optic and Betty much re
lieved thereby . . . Dorothy Sebas
tian lunching with Director Clar
ence Brown at the M. G. M. lunch
room and devouring a Greta Garbo
sandwich with considerable gusto.
A. G. G. sandwich, incidentally,
consists of everything in the kitch
en except the stove and the polish.
First Baptist In
Church Will Observe W hite ( hri>t
nuv Cantata Is On Sunday
The First Baptist church will
hove a full day'» .program Sunday
with their CnristHias activities. Be
ginning Sunday morning at 9:30
o'clock the Sunday school will open
the day's work at the Central high
school and at 10:15 o clock all mem
bers will observe White Christmas.
Clothing, groceries and money will
be brought, lor the scores of needy
homes in the community. All class
es and departments will assemble
in the auditorium after having
opened in their various departments
and made up the records. The fol
lowing assignments have been
made: Cradle roll-sugar or toys;
beginners—canned peas arid corn:
primary—cereals: juniors i9 and
10 years)—candy; juniors ill and
12 years'—canned vegetables: in
termediates (13 and 14 years i
r armed garden peas: intermediates
<15 and 16 years)—sweet potatoes;
young peoples' department 'Mr.
Eskridge's class—canned peaches
find offmiu for clothing; Mrs
Packard's class -clothing and Irish
pc!nines: Mrs. KaMint’s class—cloth
ing. lice and sugar; adult depart
nicn <Mr \V« bb - class—fruit and
offering for clothing: Coventor
Gardner's clnsflour, meal and
; special offering tor. clothing; Mrs.
Hogget t> class -clothum. dried
beans, bacon and coffee; Mrs. Nix's
class--Irish potatoes, sugar and
At eleven o'clock in Wall will use
as his subject. Going Buck After
Jesus," predicating the message on
the story of Jesus being lost, from
his parents at the age of twelve
Mr Kasom announces splendid
musical programs for all services.
A special Christmas anthem will be
rendered in the morning service and
a solo, "O Holy Night, ’ by Wilson.
In the evening service at Christmas
Cantata, "The King Cometh,” toy
Budts, will be rendered by the
Choir. This number is a compila
tion of choruses, quartets. trios,
duets and solos, thirteen numbers
in all,. In this work especial em
phasis lias been laid on the King
ship of our Corel. All the text is
taken from ihe‘ Scriptures. The
Cantata is arranged in three parts:
'l i ‘A king 19 Promised"; «2> "The
Incarnation”; <3) "A King Hs
Born.’ The number closes with
the familiar hymn, "Hark! the Her
ald Angels Su.ig,” with a soprano
obligato, The public is Invited to
this special musical, which will be
gin at 7 00 o'clock in the Central
high school auditorium. The canta
ta will broadcast over station WBT.
Charlotte. this evenin t at 10:30
The B V. P. U.’S are planning
special programs lor 6:00 o'clock.
The eleven unions nre working for
an attendance of 300. The mem
bership is urgpd to be present.
PROM INK NT CLAY COUNTY
RESIDENTS II\S A .WISHED
■Asheville. A1 McDonald, promi
nent Olnv county lumberman, has
been mysteriously missing from his
home near Haynesvillr .since Mon
day alter noon. His wrecked auto
mobile in which he started to drive
to Young Harris.- oeorgta. was
found late Monday night on the
roadside about two miles from the
Georgia town. Relatives fear that
lie has met wit h four play. Search
ol the woods around where the att
tomobible was found has failed to
produce a single trace of hirn.
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
FOR THE NEXT THREE WEEKS SPECIAL PRICES
ON ELECTRIC STOVES AND FRIGID A IRES (The
Real Electric Refrigerators.)
Your old Ice Box or Refrigerator as Down Payment on
a Frigidaire and 24 Months to Pay the Balance and start
Paying for same April 1st. When you have to buy ice.
OWN YOUR OWN ICE PL A 'T A FRIGIDAIRE
WILL PAY FOR ITSELF.
See them today. It will make a life long Christmas gift.
AREY REFRIGERATING CO.
South Washington Street. — Phone 280.
sst 0, The
THE CLEVELAND STAR
“Covers Cleveland Completely”
Succeeding The Jordan Chevrolet Co.,
Takes Charge On The Eve Of The New Six Cylinder
Chevrolet In The Price Range Of A Four.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT A NEW MODEL S I X WILL BE SHOWN AT OUR SHOW ROOMS IN SHELBY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER
29TH. COME, LOOK IT OVER—SEE WHAT A WONDERFUL CAR VALUE IT IS.
CHEVROLET CARS SOLD BY THE JORDAN CHEVROLET COMPANY WILL BE SERVICED JUST AS BEFORE AND WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNC
INC THAT THF. EN TIRE ORGANIZATION OF THE JORDAN AGENCY, FROM WASH BOY TO SALESMEN, WILL REMAIN WITH THE NEW COMPANY
We Move Jan. 1st
New Building f oon
UNTIL JANUARY 1ST, WE REMAIN AT THE JORDAN CHEVROLET BUILDING. AFTER THAT DATE, WE WILL BE LOCATED IN THE BUICK BUILDING
OiS SUMTER STREE T AND THERE UNTIL OUR NEW BUILDING IS ERECTED IN ABOUT NINETY DAYS.
WE SOLICIT THE CONTINUED PATRONAGE OF THE THOUSANDS OF CHEVROLET USERS AND URGE ALL TO SEE i HE 1 .UST SHOWING OF THE
N E W S I X IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR. COMPLETE INFORMATION NOW
CRAWFORD CHEVROLET CO. Inc.
-J. R. CRAWFORD, Manager.
Successors To Jordan Chevrolet Co.
S. LaFAYETTE STREET.