(Special to Ttir Star >
Toluca, July 17.—Revival services
will begin on next Sunday July 111.
at Carpenter's Grove and will con
tinue through the week. Rev. Mr.
Barton, of Charlotte, a former pas
tor. will assist Rev. W G camp,
the pastor. Services each morn in;; |
it 11 o'clock and evening «t 8j
o'clock. Everybody Is invited to J
Miss Juanita Boyles w ho has been ;
sick for the past several weeks is j
Miss Ora Sain, of Morgan ton. |
spent the past, week at the home ot j
her parents. Mr and Mrs. J I. Sain 1
Mr. L. M Williams of Catawba j
county spent a few days the past ■
week in Toluca visiting
Mrs. Texie Boyles and children
spent a few’ days last week with her •
sister. Mrs. Otis Mull of Catawba j
Miss Elsie Lou Burns spent last j
Sunday with Misses Mary and Joyce
Little Sibyl Norman of Bel wood
spent last week with her grand
parents Mr. and Mrs S. A Sain
Master Charlie Wade Carpenter
spent a few days the past week in
Hickory with his mother. Mrs. Clin
ton Goodson She presented him
with a handsome new bicycle Tor a
Mr. and Mrs Jim Boyles and
family of Charlotte spent the week
end in and around Toluca visiting
friends and relatives
Mr. Edwin Hoyle spent r few days
last week tn Shelby with Master Joe
Mr. L. E. Boyles, accompanied by
Mr. C. G. Boyles made another trip
to the Charlotte hospital last lues
day. where L E Boyles hat been
taking treatment for the past sev
eral weeks. He is improving tome at
Mr. Carl Deal of Rockdale spent
last Friday night at the home of his
brother. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Deal
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mull of Ca
tawba county spent last Saturday
night, at the home of their daugh
ter, Mr and Mrs. S. A. Sain.
Miss Edith Sain spent last Satur
day night at the home of her bro
ther, Mr. and Mrs J. D Sain of
Mr. and Mrs. T5 C. Yarbro and
family spent last Sunday afternoon
at the home of Mr and Mrs. .1 M
Mi and Mrs. S T. Carpenter
were visitors in Hickory on last
Mr. and Mrs D. J Sam ol lltrk
orv were Toluca visitors la: i Sun
Mr and Mrs Eskridge Hallman
and son. Ray, of Shelby, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs Sam
Mrs J, W Alwran has been spend
ing some time at the home of her
son Mr. and Mrs. Sid Alwran of
Messrs F A Boyles. H D and
Earl Boyles, and Mrs. Kate Boyles
are spending a few days at Bridge
Mr and Mrs. C. G Boyles visit
ed at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Ward of Vale
Miss Georgia Brindle spent Sat
urday night with Misses Marie and
Little Muriel Lackey of Flay, spent
last week with her uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Boyles.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartsell Sain and
family spent Friday in Shelby with
their daughter, Mr and Mrs. Bill
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boyles were
Morganton visitors Monday.
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(Special to The Star.)
New House, .July 17.—Most of Hie
farmers Tn the New House section
are about through "laying by ’ all
of their crops, except some late
The revival meeting begins at.
Sandy Plains Sunday, July 21. Rev.
Ci p Abernethy, the pastor, "ill do
Misses Ostnir and Luna Whitak
er had as their Sunday dinner guest s
Misses Stella Walker. Gladys Green
Verdia Doty and Vcrnie Walker and
Mr and Mrs A B Walker and
Mrs Luther Padgett spent Sunday
with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Frank Jenkins of Shelby
Miss Dorcas Walker is spending
some lime with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland
of Forest City, spent the week end
m tins section.
Messrs. Ben and Flay Jenkins re
cently had the misfortune to lose a
barn by fire. The barn was on the
Jenkins brothers farm where a col
ored family lives. The stock was
in the barn but was turned out and
Mr. and Mrs B E. Green or near
Henrietta were visitors in this sec
Mr. and Mrs. I C. Waters and
children. Mr. and Mrs. W Z. Davis
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Da
vis and children, motored to Lake
Lure and Chimney Rock Tuesday
and spent the day.
Miss Vida Price of Hollis spent
.Saturday night with Miss Dorothy
Miss Ferhe Morgan is spending
I this Week in Spmdale with relatives,
| Mr. and Mrs W S. Walker and
(laughter. Grace, of Lattnnore, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Walk
er's father Mr and Mrs. 3. F.
Mr. and Mrs Norman Whitaker
and little daughter, of Forest City,
are spending this week with Mrs.
G. W Whitaker.
Mr and Mrs. Barne Doty and
children ol Lattlmorc spent Sunday
With Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Doty.
Mr and Mrs. R. L Stockton, of
Shelby, visited Mrs Georgia Gold
Mrs. Phela. Petty spent Sunday
with Mrs. Buna Philbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. S. Mauney
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Walker were the
Sunday dinner guests of Mr and
Mrs. I, F Grayson
The program that was given by
South Mountain I I was well ren
dered Offering was taken for them.
B Y P. U. meeting will be Sun
day night at 7 o'clock so preaching
can be held just after.
For Clearance Sale
Amongst the clearance sales of
the current season, one of the larg
est is that planned by the Campbell
company, which will open Friday
The managers. Messrs. Campbell
and Lutz, announce Fiat the price
cuts will be store wide from the
bargain basement to the furniture
floors, including ready-to-wear In
all departments, piece goods of alii
kinds, shoes, hats, furnishings, etc. |
Campbell's has held some notable
sales in the past, and this one is
expected to be up to the high stand
ard of I lie company.
For a lew
only * this
for your old
nul rtrtfcw SsrVji
'W^TEVER before has your old refrigerator had any value
trade-in’ for an electric refrigerator. And after a
few weeks' it^will be worth only^the few dollars the junk
man wmjhl^ pay^^u for it.J^^g»^
FoMhMe^^ecfc^i»/y your old refrigerator will be ?r-v'
cepted for $>25 ffla a irade-in for the new, nationally famous;
Holmes1* Electric ^ Refrigerator. \We will complete!? dgstrav;
everyloldjrefrigerator^ turned • in to * csYas * an inefficient
preserver of foods—-an actual menace to health.
^cme of the greatest * anoT most sought after >
electric f refrigerators sold today.\Operating on -n» cf \he
most efficieat engineering principles in the world, ki sets cev I
advanced standards.*At the first glance.1 you sec ased*
Jqry, >«*3r**’-**' *sj9<L.
Tjm §s a Created offer/ It is a truly remarkable opportunity
To mke advantage of it you must act at once. Come in today,
see the Holmes, compare it point by point with any other
"l * refrigerator—or phone ! for our $ repreersiatfre. V
Shelby Hardware Co.
"W E SERVE TO SATISFY.”
CHOME 330 SHELBY, N. C.
When Monsignore Borgongml
I)uca, first Papal Nuncio to the
United Kingdom of Italy, pre
sented liis letters of credence
to King V ictor Kmmanuel at
the Quirinal Palace recently,
he was accorded all the honors
that would ha've.been given to
the ambassador of an* other
Juniors Degree Work
Here Monday Night
The big initiation that the Jun
iors of Shelby have been planning
for some time. will be Monday
night July 29. The crack degree team
from Dihvorth council No. 2; Char
lotte will confer the degree for the
benefit of the local council. Five
hundred and twenty new members
have been added to Shelby council
during the past few months and the
degree work is being conferred for
their benefit. All members of the
local council, and other Juniors in
this section are urged to attend
All new members arc especially re
quested to be pfe.ent.
The Chic Of Summer
—is smartly expressed in the beautiful display of new fash
ion correct, color charm and variety of styles that you may
choose from in our summer dresses.
Navy Frocks — Printed Crepes — Washable Silks — Geor
gettes — Flowered Chiffons — Prints — Flowered Prints
—And We Will Be Glad To Have Your Charge Account—
107 N. LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C.
Just Received A
FROM ANOTHER STORE WE HAVE CLOSED IN THE STATE—
THESE SHOES WILL BE ON SALE IN OUR LOCAL STORE FOR—
“ON THE SQUARE.”