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107 N. LsiKAYETTE ST.
SHELHY, N. ( .
Dr. Hunt New Mayor
Elected At Lattimore
in is 1 Hunt Is Elected Mayor.
Teachers It (turn To Their
11 onvc After School.
.'Special to The Star '
The election of town of fir era pa.ss
i.! iiii oiurtly ’t ne day. Dr R. I.-.
IP . t u a ■ elected mayor succced
D (' it:id- .• Aldermen elect
ed were; H I Hamrick. P, D j
Crowder and W. H. Walker: police ;
|i Cooper w ho ; urcecds J C. I’o-i
1 i it. I Hunt and family nr-.!
ebiVijKUVH'd by Mrs, .Julia Harrill |
spent Sunday in Charlotte guests j
Ui and Mr:. W T. Davis. ;
Mr George Blanton who holds a
; (lion with a bridge construction
n anjiany InGeorgia spent the week I
end wit h honietoiks. Mr. and Mrs. j
Hii.iiy Jolley ot Cltf fslde were din-I
ru r gneats iif M: and Mrs. J. K
M"11 head !• ridav
Mr L. H Harrill oi Raleigh slop
I;.?■ (i over for tin' week-end with Ins
mother. Mi-.. Julia Harrill Mr.
1 hi "rill Wa. enrolite lo Asheville oil
a hu. inet-trip
Misses: lie- :e Moore and Edith
Blanton ol Shelby were guests of
Mr, Genevieve Blanton during the
Mi;-s Am v Buttle returned to her i
home m Marion Sunday after
spending the pits!, eight months
here in school,
Mr. Georgia Gold of New House
who spent several days with lie” i
daughter Mrs I. (' Toms returned j
to her home Sunday,
Miss Mada Wilson who taught in
Catawba, county the past year re-.
turned home Monday.
'Hie following teachers have re
turned to their homes alter a most
successful year in the Lattimore
school: Miss Kathleen Pound to
Carrs Station, Ga . Miss Blenka
Blanton, Shelby: Prof. A. C. Hood.
Hickory; Prof. W. E. White. Polk
ulle- and Plot. K M Wilson. Fall
A largo number of people from
here attended memorial services
Sunday id Zion and Rchobeth
Mrs Bill Peeler and daughter.
Miss Georgia Peeler ot Race Path,
were guests ot Mi. and Mrs. I. H.
Greene Monday night
Mr I, A. Powell ot Boiling
Springs and Miss Carrie Rayburn
spent Sunday afternoon in Ruthcr
tordton with Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Mr and Mrs W A Crowder de
lightfully entertained the members
ot the faculty and a few invited
guests with a benefit supper at
then- lovely country home Friday
Misses Beatrix Blanton and Mat
tie Lou Johnson will leave" this af
ternoon foi Charlotte to spent the
week end with Mr and Mrs. W. T
Honor Roll In
(Continued from page one.) *
C 'ru Mull Blanton, Louise White- .
Fourth grade Hazel Valentine
Pauline Hamrick, Eunice Grayson, i
.Sixth grade—Mary Sue Hill.
Eighth grade Hattie May Hum
Eighth grade Herman Best..1
Bernice Houser, Mary Sue Thomp- |
mi. J. H. Pruitt.
Ninth made Lizzie Allen —Helen
Firs,. Elizabeth Blanton. Frances
Graver. Annie Lou' Hoyle, Matilda.
Ji :ik: May Baltimore, Milla Put
nam, Sara Thompson, Onni Lee
White. John Irvin, Jr.. Sherrill
Linebergcr. Edith Blanton.
Tenth grade Mary Faye Dellin
ger, Mildred McKinney. Lalage
Eleventh grade-Robert Gidney,
Alice Andrews. Lula Agnes Arey,
Martha Eskridge, Burty Gettys,
Dorothy King, Virginia Hunt,
Johnnie 'Morehead, Elizabeth
Riviere, Clcone Liles.
At Double Springs
Ccrnctery And Church Cleaned for
! Next Sunday's Memorial.
'Special to The Star.)
The men of the church met one |
day last week and cleaned off the
graveyard and church grounds. Mr.
Will Wright gave enough sand to
cover every grave. We are very
grateful to Mr. Wright for this.
Last Thursday the ladies swept it
over and put on the finishing touch.
Memorial day will be observed next
Sunday in connection with Mother's
day. .Every one is requested to
bring flowers. It is hoped that
every grave will have at least a
few flowers on it.
The Intermediate B. Y. P. U. will
give a special program next Sun
day night. The other unions and
everyone are invited to hear it.
The program will be along the line
of Mother's day.
Mr. W O. Nannry of Shelby
was a Sunday school visitor Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greene and
children. James and Virginia, spent
last Saturday in Charlotte. They
went to see Mrs. Green’s lather. Mr.
T, J. Greene, who is in the sani
Misses Dorothy Greene and Fern
Morgan from Sandy Plains spent
the week-end with Miss Annie
Miss Helen Falls was the week
end guests of Miss Willie Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Washburn
and A V. jr., spent Sunday night
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wash
Last Sunday night Mr. Tyree
Greene sang a baritone solo in the
closing exercise. All enjoyed it very
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah B Brooks
are announcing the arrival of a
dainty daughter. Marguerite Gen
rlle, bom last Saturday.
Messrs W. S. Davis, S. J. Cab
aniss and B Cabantss went to
Shelby Sunday night to hear the
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Brooks visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Broy Brooks Sun
Mr, and Mrs. Raynion Washburn
of Shelby visited their patents. Rev.
and Mrs. D. G. Washburn.
Mr. Bowen Buried
At Concord Church
Funeral Services Held At Caroleen
On Wednesday. Was Sixty
'Mr. J. G Bowen who has a num
ber of relatives in Cleveland coun
ty died Monday at the age of 60
, years and six months. He was mar
j vied to Jane Robertson and to this
I union was born six children, three
boys and three girls. One son and
' one daughter preceded him to the
grave. One son lives at Hemstead
i Pa., and one at Pittsburgh. Miss
Mackey Bowen lives in Charlotte
and the other daughter. Mrs. Dcd
; mar Lcdwtll lives at Granite Falls.
; Mr. Bowen professed faith in
i Christ several years ago and joined
the Baptist church at Kings Moun
tain. After moving to Caroleen,
he joined the Missionary Baptist
church in 1913 and was a faithful
Four brothers and one sister sur
vive: J. M. Bowen of R-l Lattlmore
. Jess Bowen of Bostic R-2. Jim
| Bowen of Bostic R-2, Ed Bowen of
|R-l Lattimore. Mrs. C>. W. Mc
Murry of Kings Mountain R-2.
The funeral was held at the Mis
sionary Baptist church at Caroleen
on Wednesday and his body was
buried at the Concord Baptist
church cemetery, the services be
ing conducted by Rev. W. M. Reid
and Rev. Henry Sisk.
Star Advertising Pays
Two Confederates In
In Two Big Battles
(Continued From Page One)
and efficient officer. During the
first day of this terrible battle of
ChlcUamauga, he lost his right arm
in the fearless performance of his
May the last days of these heroic
Confederate veterans be spent in
happiness. Capt. Dixon was 96 years
of age on March 8, 1929, while
Lieut. Parker is expecting to cele
brate his 92nd birthday on July 2.
1929. Cleveland county and the en
tire South can afford to be proud
of these noble veterans.
W. E. WHITE, County Historian.
IIORSE RAC ING AND BETTING
BILL INTRODUCED IN FLORIDA
Tallahassee, Fla., May 9—A bill to
legalize horse racing and par
mutuel betting in Florida through
county refererndum was introduced
in the senate today by Senator
Taylor. St. Augustine.
The measure provides for holding
of county elections on the question
upon petition of 10 per cent of the
registered voters of any country.
No. 1 Township News^
Of The Current Week;
Palmer School Closes. Singing At
Camp Creek Next Sunday.
•(Special to The Star.'
Palmer school closed last Fri
day with Mrs. Blaine Davis and
Mrs. Murlan Walker as teachers.
There were several promotions as
follows: to fifth, Bunah Davis, Lay
man Humphries, Charlie Hamrick
to sixth—Reba Hamrick and Her
man Humphries. To high school—
Ruby Humphries and Horace Ham
rick. Misses Bunah Davis, Ezrna
Jolley and Master Norman Self won
prizes for every day attendance.
The school had dinner in picnic
style the last day and was thor
oughly enjoyed by all. Miss Estell
Walker a former teacher visited the
school the last day the children
were all glad to see her.
There will be singing at Camp
Creek next Sunday night. All sing
Mr. and Mrs. Deck Holland of
Converse. S. C„ visited Mr. and
Mrs. Wallie Byars Sunday.
Mrs. Ola Christie and children
returned home with them to spend
Mr. Roland Hamrick spent last
Thursday night with Mr. Dillard
Those visiting Mr. Frank Bailey's
last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Restar Bailey and Mrs. Everett
Whisonant. Mrs. Willie Byars, Mr
and Mrs. Blain Davis and Miss
Inez Davis and Mr. Clay Hawkins.
Miss Aiken Jolley spent last Fri
day night with Miss Ferlene Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Davis visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price of Gaff
Mrs. Thamer Humphries and Miss
Exie Humphries spent Tuesday at
Mr. A. Humphries of Grassy Pond.
Mrs. Irvin Scruggs is sick at tins
Mr. and Mrs, Rome Davis and lit
tle daughter. Ferlene spent last
Monday night with Mr. and Mrs
Memorial services will be held
Camp Creek the fourth Saturday
Those visiting at Mr. Guy Hum
phries last Sunday w;erc Mr, Gurphy
and Pink Humphries and Mr. Geo.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphries
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCraw
of Gaffney visited Mr. Thamer
Humphries last. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bee McCraw of
Gaffney spent the week-end at Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Tano Bridges o!
Kings Mountain and Mr. and Mrs
Corbett Bridges ot Boiling Springs <
visited Mr. Sum Bridges Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blain Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Humphries were
Gaffney visitors last Thursday.
A large number of our people
attended the memorial at Cherokee
Alim the small son of Mr. and.
Mrs. Clyde Bridges is on the sick
list at this writing.
MEMORIAL AT ROSS
GROVE SUNDAY MAY 12
Memorial services will be held at
Ross Grove church Sunday May 12.
Sunday school at 9:45, followed by
im address by Mr. Stonewall Mau
ney. Dinner will be served picnic
style and everybody is invited to
Boll Weevils Now
Aiken, S. C.—F. II. Cook, a
f irmer residing near Aiken,
slated that boll weevils in his
section are now attacking young
chickens. One day last week,
lie said, a young chicken in his
yard fell over and when ex
amined it was found that a
grown weevil had punctured
its head. The weevil was kill
ed and the chicken recovered.
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