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MISS MAYME ROBERTS—Social Editor—Phone 2.>r>.
News Items Telephoned .Miss Roberts Will lie Appreciated.
The Chicora club scheduled lo
meet with Mrs. J. F. Jenkins Friday
afternoon has been postponed to
Friday. April 12, with Mrs. Jenkins
at four o'clock.
The P. T. A oi UrFayette street
school are giving a play at the
sclrool building Thursday nipIrt at
1 30 o'clock. •'The Hickory Hollow
School." Prices 10 and 28 cent;;
Thursday 3 30 p m The hh
prning club will meet with Mis
Kllzabcth Roberts at her home on j
S Washington street
Thursday 3:30 p. m The alter
noon division No. 1 will inert at j
the club room. Mrs. Chav Wells
chairman of the hostess commit-I
Friday 3:30 p. m. - The Twentieth !
Century club will meet with Mrs.
J. H. Hull at her home on N. La
Fayette street instead of Friday
Miss Louise Morrison dcllghtfulr
ly entertained about sixty of her
friends. Tuesday evening at her
home on S. La Payette street The (
rooms were tastefully arranged |
with tulips, splrea and other spring !
flowers. Many games and contests
were enjoyed and at the close of the
evening delicious punch and cake
were served. The part y w as given in
honor of Misses Elizabeth Morrison
and Esther Tillrtt of N. C C W
at Greensboro who are spending
the Easter holidays at home, and
also Miss Madge Whisnant of Folk
With Mrs. Durham Moore.
The members of the Mothers club
held their regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Durham Moore on W
Marion street Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. The lSaing room was
beautifully decorated with tulips
and daffodils. In the business
meeting the following officers were
elected: President. Mrs. Rush
Hamrick: vice president, Mrs. Wil
bur Baber: secretary, Mrs. John
Honeycutt; treasurer. Mrs. Boyce
Dellinger. The following program
was given with Mrs. Boyce Dellin
ger as leader. A paper "The intable
Child,” Mrs. Chas. Burr us. "Gay
Field Flowers," Mrs. Roland Elaru.
and “Gardening of the Home
Town,” Mrs. C. M. Dennis. Follow
ing the program a social half hour
was spent and the hostess was as
sisted by Mrs. Ben Buttle in serving
sandwiches and tea.
V: time ^
Plant a savings
account here a n d
watch it grow. Work
it, feed it and it will
grow night and day
and yield great re
turns. Y o u may
plant one dollar, ten
dollars, h u n d r e d
dollars, or any
amount. We add the
interest every three
BANK & TRUST
AND WATCH IT
Mrs, Jps.se Washburn
Hostess To Hook (tub.
The home of Mis .Jesse Wash
burn on Cleveland Springs road
was arranged with bright spring j
flowers Tuesday afternoon When i
Mrs, Washburn was- a delightful
hostess to ■■'the Contemporary book
club. After a short business session,
Miss Mildred Thompson gave a dis
rusion of Dorothy 1’arker and read
some of her poems. Miss Ruth
Moore read a sketch of John V. A
Weaver and read some of his most
popular poems. Mrs Washburn was
assisted by Mrs. Brevard Hennessa
ill’ serving a delicious sweet course
with punch This club personnel In
clude: Mesdunves Renn Drum, Bre
vard Hennessa, A1 Bennett. Shem
Blackley. Char, Hoey. Harry Wood
son, Jay McMurry, Terry Moore. B.
O. Stephenson, Jesse Washburn,
Roy W Morris. Misses Rosalynd
Nix, Millic.ent. Blanton, Ruth Moore.
Grace Reed. Mary Adelaide Rob
ert:. Elizabeth Suttlr, Mildred
1 hompson, and Ora Upshaw
If. A. If. Chapter
Have Social Merlins.
Tlie April meeting of the Ben
iamin Cleveland chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion was held at the Woman's club
room, Tuesday afternoon w ith j
Mi dam* h s !!'»'• ter. W. F..
Mitchell .1 A fairs and 1 rank Hoey
The dun room was efleetly dec- |
orated with a profusion , of spring j
flowers arranged m bowls, basket.;
and jardinieres. Mrs. Madge W.
Riley received the guests in the
hallway. The hostesses-with Mrs
O Max Gardner formed a receiv
ing line in the entrance to the club
room, the 'member; of the Col.
Frederick Uambright chapter oi
Kings Mountain were s|iecial
guests and there were twenty mem
Auer uip American s rrreq aim
line salute and the hold's prayer
recited in unison, and the minutes
of the former meeting were rend.
Mrs Ceph Blanton, the recent ex
tended a warm welcome to the visit
ing chapter and welcomed Mrs
Max Gardner, the first lady of the
state, also Mrs. J. A. I,lies, chair
man of the hostess committee gave
Die visiting chapter and Mrs. Gard
ner a most cordial welcome.
Mrs. Oscar Carpenter, regent of
the Col. Hambright chapter, re
sponded and Mrs Gardner also
made a short talk, telling how de
lighted she was to be in Shelby
again and attend this meeting. Mrs.
D. G. Mauney of Kings Mountain
made a very interesting talk about
the road they will build to the na
tional park at kings Mountain bat
The following entertaining pro
gram was delightfully rendered,
Grand Jury In
Recommend Numerous Repairs To
Several Institutions Of
Tlir grand jury for tile present
tenti ol : i.perior court here, head
ed by .lolin F Schenek jr , as fore
man. apparently gave more atten
tion to the details about Cleveland
county institution'-1 ban has a grand
jury m many yearn, the result, be
ing that, the grand Jury report
made numerous recommendations
to the court for minor repairs and
changes at county institutions.;
No major objection, however, was
laid to the door of a single county
Institution and generally speaking
the managements of the court
house, jail, gang camp, and home
for the aged were highly com
Nerd New Rant.
At the jail the grand jury rec
ommended Hint the plumbing on
the second floor, which is leaking,
lie repaired so as not to endanger
the health of prisoners. It was also
ordered that screens be provided for
all of the Jail windows, and that a
chicken roost at the east wall of
the jail yard be removed. The jail
barn also was described as being
' very dilapidated and in tinsani- j
tary condition," and tIre grand jury,
recommended that it he torn down,
and a sanitary barn erected.
At. the court house it was recom
mended that broken plumbing fix
tures be repaired, and also that
the roof be repaired where it is i
leaking and damaging- the walls, j
No great cost 1. necessary for the,
repair::, the report added, and urg
ed that they be made at an early j
date Another recommendation was i
that a toilet Ire provided at the
court house for colored women.
At Gang t amp.
The stove at the gang camp was
described as not- large enough for
'cooking needs and the recommenda
tion was that a new stove be in
stalled. It was further recommend
ed that the sleeping quarters ot
the convicts be properly screened,
and that the bedding and pillows
be cleaned and aired at least once
The County home for the aged
and infirm was described as being
in good condition and property
Mrs. tales reading the numbers: ft
reading. "The Bear Story." by Miss
Mary Urban Speck. “Schubert's
Serenade." sung by Mrs. A1 Ben
nett. A reading. "Aunt Kutura.s
Visit to the City," Miss Virginia
Hamrick A group of songs by Mr
Horace Easoin. “Open the Gates to
the Temple," "A Negro Spiritual"
'and "The Two Robins." Miss Ellz
iabeth Brown gave a humorous read
I mg ■ Outdoing Your Neighbors.”
Or. Hugh Plaster concluded the
program by playing Paderewskis
Minuet on the violin, Mrs. Plaster
playing the piano accompaniments
The hostesses served a delight
ful chicken salad course with coffee
and citrons topped with whipped
ci earn and cherries.
Dependable Merchandise Always
SHELBY N. C.
GENUINE MIKADO’S PANAMAS
And Others — Priced—
98c ,0 $3.89
Wilsons 1' uncial
IVV. VV it son Buried 11 err .VI Sun
srt Cemetery. Main Out Of
Onr of the largest crouds Uiai.
has attended a itlneral at the 1-ir.-t
Baptist church lure recently gath
ered Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
to pay a tribute f t respect to Mi
E. VV Wilson who died Monday at
noon at Ids home on West Graham
strret following an illness of eleven
weeks with paralysis. Services were
Conducted try Dr Zeno Wall, the
pastor, assisted by Revs Suttle,
McDiarmid, an cl Stoudeninire,
while the flower hearers were mem
bers of Mrs. VV. L. Packard's Sun
day school class
Sen mg a s pall bearers w ere Mr
Wilson's nephews. Malcomb. Rob
ert, Charles and Wilbur Wilson,
Archie Stoudeninire, Rush Padgett
Otto Ross, Joe Lipscomb Deceased
was btirieu in Sunset Cemetery.
Mr. Wilson came to Shelby a
number of years ago from Ruther
ford County and was engaged in
the lumber business here. He was a
most worthy citizen and active
worker in the church and Sunday
school and beloved to his wide
rlcle of friends. Many o it of tow n
Visitors were here from Ruther
ford and Gaston counties.
Surviving .arc his wife and eight
children, four boys and tour girls:
Mrs. Freeman of Cllffddr, Mrs.
Ralph Stowe of Gastonia. Clyde
James, Joyce, Hubert. R. K, and
Mary Lewis Wilson.
At The Theatres
D. W. Griffith's "I.ndy of the
Pavement a United Artists pro
duction. is the feature at the Webb
today and tomorrow. Some of tire
best of the screen's players unite to
put this big show over. Ineludcd in
ttie cast is the new Hollywood sen
sation. Iuipe Velez. William Boyd
appears in the leading male role,
with Jett a Goudal also featured,
and in addition to the,c George
Fawcett and Albert Conti add their
talent to the production II is a pic
ture by ilie old master, produced
by the country's most artistic or
ganization. It is an emotional
story, revetting, the play of love and
hate as ruling pasion.
managed with the exception that a
larger cooking stove lie provided,
i Solicitor Spurgeon Spurling's re
| port on the affairs in the office of
it he superlot! court clerk, A. M
1 Hamrick, commended tlie orderly
i records of the office an • declared
(that all records were properly filed
] and taken care of as ordered by the
Several I :i-I Gaines To Be Played
At Baptist College In April
'1 ;,c n.iiiing Springs junior col- .
lege b:< < ball tram with several
i games already behind has a stiff
: schedule to. face during April and
| May, according to Coach H. G
The remainder of the college
schedule, with other games to be
added later, follows:
April 9. Gaffney ai Gaffney.
April 17. Wofford at Boiling '
April 19, Gaffney at Boiling;
April 23, Mars flit! at Mars Hill.
April 26, Wofford at Wofford.
April 27, Cliffside at Cliffside.
May 1 Mars Hill at Boiling'
May 4 Blue Ridge at Boiling
May 16. Blue Ridge at Blue Ridge
May 13, Cliffside at Boiling
Chairman Of School I
Board Will Not Run
To Editor of The Star:
In view of the fact that ! have j
served as a member of the city j
school board for eight years, I wish .
to state that I will not be a candi- j
date or accept the position on this ■
board again. I have given my time
and my best judgment during this. |
pediod, so I have positively decided
that at the end of mv present
term. 1 will surrender my position
to some one else.
BLOOM H. KENDALL.
District Epworlh League.
The Gastonia district Epworth!
league union will hold its regular
quarterly meeting Friday night.
April 5. at Central Methodist
church, Shelby at 8 o’clock. All
chapters are urged to send a large
number of delegates.
V. C. MASON. JR.. Dis. Sec.
Mrs R H Hart, 74, of New York
had her husband, 92, arrested for
Gottlieb Iluschke of Berlin work
ed until the day of his death at the
age of 104.
Try Star Wants Ads
Why is it that Majestic make complete and
ship each day 59 Solid Car Loads, or over four
thousand Radio Sets?
Why is it that when a person once hears a Ma
jestic that he is never satisfied with any other set?
Why is it that although only eight months old,
the Majestic is the largest manufacturer of Radio
in the entire world?
Why are other manufacturers scrambling so
hard to make a set and claiming that it is equal to
Why has Majestic made and sold to users—not
dealers, more than Seven Hundred Thousand Radio
Sets in ‘‘eight short months?”
Majestic lias built a Radio that has never been
duplicated by any other manufacturer at a price
within the reach of all and second to none regardless
of name, maker or price. See our display at Shelby
and Kings Mountain, N. C.
Kings Mountain Display With
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
— SHELBY'S EXCLUSIVE MUSIC DEALERS —
PLACED IN 1924 or 1925 Ford j
coupe parked opposite Piggly Wig
gly Saturday night through mis
take 2 tenor banjos and one banjo
guitar. Reward if returned to
Wrights Barber Shop. 3t-3p.
FOR SALE: NICE STOCK
groceries in Shelby at par value.
Inventory around $3,500.00. Doing
a business of $900 per week. Reason
for selling owner has other inter
test that takes full time. This is a
fine proposition. Quick sale. J B
Nolan Co., Phone 70. It 3c
LOST: FORD LICENSE TAG
No. 373749 Finder please return to
Star office. It 3p
W. H. Bowman will be at W II.
Blanton's stable tonight with a load
of fresh Kentucky mules. lt-c
FOR RENT: MODERN SIX
room bungalow on West Marion
street. Phone 518. Ralph Mauney.
FOR SALE WHEAT STRAW. L
M Wolfe. Route 1, Kings Moun
tain, 2t 3p
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
apartment, F. Marion.' close in.
Phone 580 2t 3c
Thousands of New Yorkers are
travelling over to Hoboken to re
vivals of the old-time melodramas.
The novelty in these is that you see
a villain punished.
Henri Briede, of Antwerp, on be
coming father of his 23d child, was
presented with a house by public
DECEMBER 31, 192S.
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Stock __ £500,000.00
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