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    Highs Slug A Win
Over Cherryville
(Continued from page one.)
"Mud" Poston, the remainder of the
scoring being cre'dited to expensive
oobbles by the highly rated Shelby
infield.
The box score of the clash fol
lows:
Shelby AB B B E
Bridges, 2b __ 5 3 2 1
Parris, c___4 111
Lee. sa _5 4 4 2
Harrelson, lb___ 6 3 3 0
Bumgardner, cf- 6 2 2 0
Gold, 3b ... 6 2 4 3
Holick, If_4 0 2 0
Rippy, rf__ 6 0 0 0
Poeton, p .........-4 110
Total 46 16 19 7
Cherryvfll# AB R n E
Harrelson, cf ..5 1 0 1.
Self, bs . 5 0 0 0
Carpenter, If ........ 2 3 O u
Vandyke, 2b_.... 5 10 1
Hefner, lb_...—- 4 12 0
Kiser, rf__3 0 11
Wells, 3b_3 10 1
Seagle, c ......_— 3 10 1
Sellers, p .......-4 10 2
Totals 34 9 3 7
Stolen bases—Parris, Lee.' Bum
gardner and Gold. Sacrifice hits—
Farris (2), Hulick (2), Poston,
Kiser.
Protracted Meeting Is Closed. Per
sonal And Social Items Of
Interest.
(Special to The StarA
Boiling Springs, April 2.—Mrs. M
A Jolley delightfully entertained
the children of the upper grades of
Trinity school, where she is prin
cipal, at her home Saturday after
noon from two to six. The home
was attractively arranged in beau
tiful spring flowers and potted
plants. Games were played and
two contests were engaged in. A
most delightful afternoon was spent
by all these young folks.
Mrs. Jolley was assisted by Miss
Malina Jolley in serving delicious
refreshments.
Miss Lucille Hamrick who teaches
at Mt. Airy spent a few days of the
past week with home folks here.
Messrs. Charles Hamrick and
John Hamrick of Wake Forest col
lege spent Easter holidays here at
their homes.
Miss Elizabeth Hamrick of Mere
dith college and Miss Evelyn Hug
gins of Coker college spent the
Easter holidays with their parents
here.
Miss Lucille Hamrick who Is
taking a teacher training course in
Rutherfordton and Miss Thelma
Jolley who is taking a similar train
ing in Shelby are observing in the
public school here.
Miss Winfrey Hamrick of Char
lotte spent the week-end here with
her father, Mi’s. E. D. Hamrick.
Mr. Grover McSwain of High
Point spent the week-end here
with relatives.
Mr. Jesse Jenkins and children
of Hendersonville and Mr. Davis
Greene of Cliffside were visitors
here Saturday.
Mrs. Lee Henderson and little
grandson, Kenneth Ellis of Spar
tanburg, S C. who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee here re
turned home Saturday.
Miss Clara Crabtree spent the
Easter holidays with her home
folks near Rutherfordton.
Prof. H. G. Hammett spent Sun
day at his home near Chesnee, S. C.
The following teachers at the
public school took their children on
an Easter egg hunt Friday: Misses
Jessie Henderson, Johnnie Maie
McBrayer, Lucille Buchanan and
Mrs. H. B. Greene.
The children enjoyed the outing
and there was much excitement
during the hunt for the eggs. Prizes
were given the ones who found the
most eggs. Races were run and
games were played until time to go
home.
Dr. Everette Biggerstafr' of Spin
dale spent the week-end here with
his parents.
Mrs. J. L. Pruette and family
spent Sunday night in Shelby with
Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Jarrett.
Miss Ruby Hamrick of Shelby
attended the revival services here
Tuesday night, She sang a solo
which was enjoyed and appreciated
by all who heard her.
Alvcrose Greene who has been
bothered for some time with an
infected hand is getting along nice
ly at the present. He returned home
from the Shelby hospital last Wed
nesday.
Miss Nora Ellis of Mt, Sinai spent
Easter with Miss Velma Greene.
The protracted meeting which ha
Ijeeai going on here for over a wee:
will close tonight. Dr. A. C. Bovver
of Gastonia, has been brlnginf
some wonderful messages to the
people every morning and evening
Many have already offered them
selves as candidates for baptism
This is proving to be a W’onderful
revival.
Mr. Davis is visiting his son Dr.
J. B. Dav)6 here.
Lattimore Community News
Of Social and Personal Items
(Special to The Star.)
Lattimore, April 2.—Mrs. Addie
Jones and Miss Marie Hamrick en
tertaiped the children of their Sun
day school classes with an egg hunt
at the home of Mrs, Julia Harrill
Saturday afternoon. About 30 were
present. Much fun ensued when
the hunt Was on for the eggs.
Johr. Blanton, jr. won first prize
for finding the most eggs while
Dora Bell McArthur won second
prize.
Fiddlers Take In S1U2.
The fiddlers convention which
was sponsored by the young Tar
Heel farmers and given in the aud
itorium Saturday evening was a
decided success. $102 was realized.
Proceeds goes for the benefit of the
agriculture department.
Mr, and Mrs. F. S. Crowder have
'as their guests this week Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan and children of Ports
mouth, Va., and Mr Hastings of
Elizabeth City, father of Mrs.
Crowder.
Miss Imogene Wilson, a member
of the teacher training class of
Shelby is doing practice teaching
in the first grade for two weeks.
Prof. E. M Wilson spent the Ea -
ter holidays at his home in Fall
ston.
Home For Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Canipe and
Miss Maude Canipe spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mr. R. L.
Gold of Grover.
Misses Katie Maie Toms, Mada
Wilson and Mrs. M. B. Smith at
tended Easter services at the First
Baptist church in Shelby Sunday.
Miss Burnette Hunt motored to
Meredith college, Raleigh, yester
day after spending the Haster
holidays with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. R L. Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Hamrick were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Ram
sey Sunday afternoon,
i Mr. J. L. Hunt and family were
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs.
Franklin Harrill Sunday,
i Mrs. P. D. Crowder who has been
quite ill seems to be improving,
j Mrs. Edgar Shytle and children
of Chimney Rock are spending a
few days with Prof, and Mrs. Law
ton Blanton.
Miss Dorcas Harrill spent tin.'1
week-end in Shelby with her
grandfather, Mr J. B. Daniil.
Mr, and Mrs .T H Schmid! of
Virginia and Herman and James
Early of Oxford wen guests of Mr
and Mrs. Yates MeSV.iiu during
the week-end
Mr. and Mrs I C Toms were
dinner guests Sunday of Mrs
Georgia Gold of New House
Mr. and Mrs. Btuiyan 11ntrill of
Glenwood spent the week-end with
Rev. and Mrs. I. D. Harrill.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A Jones and
’Children and Miss Zepher Ree Love
lace of Ellenboro were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lovelace Han
dily.
Mr. and Mrs W A. Crowder had
as their dinner guests Sunday: Mr.
and Mrs. Maleom Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Dent Harris, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Calton, Mr. and Mrs Morgan
and daughters, Dorothy and Gen
eva, of Portsmouth. Va, and Mr.
Hastings of Elizabeth City.
Misses Nora and Annie Lee
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Schmidt,
Herman and Jame Far!: and Mr.
Yates McSwain spent Sunday in
Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. William Butler of
Morganton. Mr. and Mrs. 2eb
Whitener of New House were din
ner guests of Mrs. Zulin Walker
Sunday.
Mrs M. L. Morehead of Avon
dale 13 spending n few days with
her son Mr. J. E ATorehead.
Miss Mary Agnes Lattirnorc and
guest, Miss Olympia Flcetus of
Mars Hill college spent the Easter
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. B
Lattimore. Miss Flcetus is Spanish
and her home is in Central Amer
ica.
Coach A. C Hood spent the week
end at hts home near Hickory.
Home Coming.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Beam of Shel
by and Mr. and Mrs. 1. H Harrill
were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs.
S. C. Rayburn Sunday.
Sunday was homecoming day for
the children and grandchildren of
Mrs. Julia Harrill. Among those
j present were: Dr. and Mrs. C. H.
| Harrill of Shelby, Messrs. I,. R. and
Howard Harrill of Raleigh. Mrs.
William Davis and children of
Charlotte, Miss Burnette Hunt of
Meredith college, Mr. and Mrs
John Harrill and children, Mr. and
Mrs. John Blanton and children.
Dr. and Mrs It. L. Hunt of Latti
inorc.
Prof, and Mrs. V. C. Taylor and
children spent the week-end with
Prof. Taylor's brother Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Taylor Of Mt. Airy,
' Father-Son Banquet.
The young Tar Heel farmers of
the Lattimore school gave their
l annual father and son banquet cm
[last Thursday night.
About 60 were present. Wyan
Washburn acted ns toastmaster and
proved himself a splendid enter*
tamer. Mr. J. M Osteen, district
[ supervisor, was present, also Messrs.|
\ E. Cline. Ivey Willis and N. W.
Washburn. Short talks on agricul
ture were made by each of these
men Prof. Lawton Blanton spoke
on the influence of the agriculture
course in keeping the farm boy at
home. Waiter Davis gave a review
of the work since the department
was established in the Lattimore
school.
The banquet was prepared and
served by Miss Pound and the home j
economics class.
(HUTS GIANT MISSES
Gl'ESS OF CAPACITY
Baltimore.—John Morton, circus
! Riant, drank 20 pints of whiskey in
j 20 hours last Wednesday.
[ It made him very drunk in all
Ins 640 pounds; besides, it made
him very warm, so to cool off
he took off all his clothes and
walked about in his lodging house
in nature's garment. This gave him
a very bad cold which quickly de
i eloped into pneumonia. and on
Thursday night he died.
( Chief Inspector Henry has sent a
telegram to a number of cities in
the cast and south asking the po
lice to try to locate his relative.
Morton, who was 36, is believed to
have come from Atlanta.
A Flyer's Farewell.
Mexico City.—An aviator's battle
farewell: 'Kiss Mv Mother for Me:
Let. Them Give Her My Pension."
struck by rebel bullets, Captain
Manuel R. Monterruvlo. observer,
wrote n note and passed it to the
pilot. Then he died.
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Boys’ Linen Knickers &
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Our Knickers are made in Plus 4
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