North Carolina Newspapers

    WEBB
THEATRE
Tonight & Saturday
** Maynard
and TARZAN. His
Wonder Horse.
Scores of Ken’s old tricks
and dozens of his new. A
complete Wild West show
plus the drama and in
trigue behind the scenes
of a real revolution.
Something never attempt
ed in a Western picture!
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%DOYAI
RIDER
Also Sound COMEDY and FABLES.
“Pirates of Panama” No. 4 and other
Attractions.
ADMISSION: ADULTS 30c
CHILDREN .. 10c
Webb Theatre
JUST
4 MORE
DAYS
OF CAMPBELL’S GREATEST
JULY
CLEARANCE SALE
Lots of people have been pleased and
surprised with the unusual values offer*
ed. The time is now swiftly passing and
you must hurry if you would share in this
WONDERFUL BUYING EVENT.
CAMPBELL
DEPARTMENT
STORES
SHELBY
LAWNDALE.
LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Miss Iva Garrett of Draper, ar
j rived Wednesday (or n weeks visit
I with Miss Lottie Beam.
Miss Adelaide Elam is spending a
f week with Muss Abbie Jane Wall at
Weaverville.
Mrs H F Richbourg and Miss
Sara Richbotirg attended the fu
neral of Mrs Rlchbourg's slater,
Mrs. B J Hatcher in Waynesboro,
. Ga. last Friday. Mrs Hatcher had
been ill for five months.
Mr and Mrs J. L. Lackey. Mrs.
J. S. McKnight. and Miss Agnes
McBraver formed a motor party io
Charlotte Wednesdav.
Messrs. W B and Abne: Nix re
turned Tuesday from a weeks visit
to relatives In Hampton coun'v,
South Carolina.
Mr and Mrs. Mack Wilkins of
Greenville. S C spent the week-end
with their parents Mr and Mrs p.
D. Wilkins.
Misses Attle and Bertha Bostick
left yesterday for a ten days visit to
‘relatives and friends in Charlotte
land Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Ida Moran of Macon. Oa . Is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Georgia
! Hickson and Mrs Fred Walters and
son. Frederic*. of Winston-Salem
are also visiting Mrs Hickson and
Mrs. Russell Laughridge this week
Mis# Adelaide Bostick left Sun
day night for her home in Louis
ville. Ky , after a visit to her aunt
Mrs J. D Eskridge and other rela
tives
Boh Lackey. Oren Hamrick and
G. C Keever attended a Bui<*k
salesmen meeting in Charlotte yes
; terday.
Miss Ruth Beam of Cherryville is
visiting Mrs. Alton Story.
Mr and Mrs. J. W Smawlev and
family went on a motor trip to th» 1
mountains Wednesday.
Musses Ruth McClure and Ruth
Scruggs of Chesnee are visiting Miss
Pauline Byers.
Mr. and Mrs W. B Dodd and
daughter. Rebecca, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Kincaid of Gastonia
have gone on a ten days motor trip
to Norfolk and Washington. D. C.
Misses Julia Mae Spake. Margar
et Dedmon and Homer Stiles and
Emmett Jackson visited friends at
; Maiden and Newton Sunday last
Mrs. Yales Miller of Cliffside is
visiting Mrs. J R. Hord at Waco.
Mrs B H Kendall spent last, week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Rhyne in Charlotte.
Mr and Mrs B S. Green and
Mr. arid Mrs. Judd Jones and fam
| Uy are spending two weeks at their
! cabin at Chimney Rock.
j Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas left
I Tuesday morning by motor for a
j trip to Washington. D. C.
I Miss Minnie Mull visited Mi.,s
jVangie Peeler at Lawndale this
| weekN
James Dodd of Greenville. S. C.
! lias purchased one half interest in
| the fair ground filling station and
I is now working there.
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Hamrick and
j boys left this morning lor Wilming
ton and Wrightsville Beach. They
will visit Mrs. Hamricks sister. Mrs.
J. W Allen.
Miss Pauline Brook# spent last
week with her brother. Mr. Forrert
Brook* and Mrs. Brooks in Char
lotte.
The friends of Mrs. C. A. Rhodes
will regTet to learn of the death of
her father. Mr. Loten M. Dean, of
Kernersville, this state, who died
on July 9, after a few days illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes now live in
Martinsville, Va., where Mr. Rhodes
is the manager of Efirds store. Mr.
Rhodes was the manager of Gil
mers here when they went out of
business.
Mrs. James Penninger of Orange
burg. S. C. is visiting relatives here
for two weeks.
Mrs. Yates Blanton and daugh
ter. Jene, went with a party on a
picnic to Pineview lake yesterday.
Mrs. Fletcher Daniel and daugh
ter. Mias Juanita Daniel of Val
dosta, Os, arrived Wednesday to
visit, ^s. Daniel's mother. Mf*
Josh Beam, for some time
Mrs. Clias. Wall of Lexington Is
visiting her parents. Mr. a;id Mrs
L. P. Holland.
Hugh Lee Irvin 1* visiting Mr
Forrest Eskridge this week
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Crow and
family visited their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Crow near Mor
gan ton Sunday.
Mrs S C. McGinnis of Charlotte
Is visiting his sister, Mrs Ed Post.
Mrs, C E Porter of Charlotte
and guest, Mrs Ed Wren nof De
troit spent, yesterday with Mrs M
P. Coley.
Mrs Devlin and daughter Miss
Christine Hord, of Little Rock, Ark ,
are visiting Mrsdames J. M. Wash
burn and W. H, Yeago
H Ci Hushmeyer, parachut *
Jumper, lumped from an alrp)anc'
at a height of 10.350 leet, at Rcose
\elt, Field. N Y. Saturday and as
he descended carried on a radio
conversation with a station on this
aviation field
S. C. Interested In
All Boating Events
Doan in South Carolina they are
getting mighty enthusiastic ove
their boat racing Plans ere no*1
underway to form a state-wide
raring association of cities in the
Palmetto state
Af present there is an organiza
tion made up of representatives
from Charleston. Orangeburg and
Columbia, which stages bi-week_y
meets, and the new group probably
will merge with these cities in thr
events.
ENGINEER LEADS EIGHT
ON MINNESOTA'S GAG I
• .
Breckinridge. Minn.—Efforts to
repeal Minnesota's newspaper gag’' ]
law, which failed at the last legts- j
sociatiom and individuals publisher? i
«-oe.ntions and individual publshers I
filed protests, will be renewed at the j
1931 session, according to Ralph R j
Davis, lone legislator in the fight to
remove the gag
Davis, a locomotive engineer. w*.o
said his only interest in the affa1
was to maintain a free press, is
hopeful that the state courts will
eliminate the “gag'1 statute.
The railroad man said the gag law
was dangerous to a democracy where
"uncolored Information is so vital In
giving voters an intelligent Idea of
what Is going on.”
ZOAR COMMUNITY
NEWS GLEANINGS
Young People Entertain At Homs
Of Mr. And Mr*. Hamrick.
Personal Items.
<Special to The Star.'
July 20 at 8 o’clock p m. the B.
Y P U. entertained at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. B Hamrrk
honoring the college students of
our community who are spending
their vacation at home and also
Mrs. Cecil Humphries our most re
cent bride.
Mr. David Hamrick made every
member of his intermediate boys’
class of our Sunday school very
happy one day last week when he
provided ways for them to go tc
Chimney Rock to spend the day.
Boat, riding, swimming, sight see
ing, etc . was also enjoyed at Lake
Lure All the boys reported a fine
time.
Miss Ola Lee Glascoe of the Bea
ver Dam community has returned
to her home after spending a week
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Street..
Mr. David Rice came home from
Marion to spend the week-end wpli
his mother.
Mrs. E. J. Crane has been very ill
but we are glad to state that she is
able to sit up again.
Mrs. James Martin of Greenvll'.e,
S. C. spent the dsv Monday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Dave
HUiott. She was accompanied by
her two children. Carolyn and War
ren.
Mrs. Jane Lemons continues In
ill health at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Loyd Hamrick. Mrs. Lem
ons has been confined to her room
quite a while.
Mr. Kern Green of Sharon com
munity was a visitor in our com
munity Sunday.
Miss Estelle Blanton of South
Shelby spent Wednesday of this
week with Mrs. Henderson Cham
pion.
Miss Ida Mae Brydges of Shelby
spent the week-end in our com
munity as a guest of Miss Hattie
Mae Humphries.
Miss Alma Belle who is in train
ing at the Baptist hospital at Win
ston-Salem is spending a two
weeks vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Belle.
Mrs. W. R. Putnam is abl* to
sit up and go about after a pro
longed illness Mrs. Putnam is near
ing her ninetieth mile post and
gets about remarkably well tor
one of such advancing years. Mrs.
Putnam is a very sweet lady anil
we can't help but wish her several
more years in our midst.
Miss Bertie Lee Hamrick spent
the week-end in Grover as a
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Hamrick.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Spake spent
Saturday evening with Mrs. Prui’.t
of Poplar Springe community
Before You Start
On That Summer
Vacation
BRIN£ YOUR CAR TO OUR
MR. CHARLEY HULLENDER
He Will Make It Run Like A New One.
We U*e Only Genuine Chevrolet Part*.
CRAWFORD CHEVROLET Co.
East Warren St. Phone 265.
The Equitable’s Home
Purchase Plan
Enables you to pay for your home in con'
venient monthly installments.
If you live you pay off the mortgage in
ten years. If you die the mortgage is can
celled and all payments on principal are
returned to your heirs. 6% Simple Inter
est, No Commission Charges, no Renew
al Costs.
For complete details see:
H. S. WHITE Special Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY
Office over Charles Store. Shelby, N. C.
SPECIALS AT THE
Cleveland Drug Co.
Two Tubes Colgate Tooth Paste and Brush—$1.00
Value
50 CENTS
25 Cent Can Talcum Powder Free With Tube Of
PALMOLIVE SHAVING CREAM.
$1>50 Shaving Brush — 50 Cent Tube of Shaving
Cream
ALL FOR 99 CENTS
Dr. West’s Tooth Brush and Tooth Paste
Both For 50 Cent*
Three Tubes Squibb’s Dental ('ream — $1.50 Value
$1.00
50 ( ENT TOOTH BRUSHES
27 CENTS
With a Box of Three Flower Face Powder at 75 Cents,
You Get FREE a Dollar Bottle of
Three Flower Perfume
With A Dollar Box of Coty’s Face Powder You Get
A Dollar Compact FREE
$1.00 Compact FREE with a Box of Mcllo-Glo Face
Powder At
$1.00
NYAL’S HARD WATER SOAP—lo CENT CAKE
SPECIAL 5 CENTS
Cleveland Drug Co.
— PHONE 65 -
WHAT DOES YOUR
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
DO FOR YOU?
It Helps To Give
You Credit Standing
WHEN your savings pass-book shows
regular deposits, it is proof that you
have assets and the ability to manage
your personal finances well. Regular
savings shows you are a person of
worth and character and so builds your
credit standing so necessary to success.
Make deposits regularly each pay day,
FIRST
NATIONAL
BANK
SHELBY, N. C.
A SAFE BANK FOR SAVINGS.
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$137^2 (less tubes)
Tew Detection and the mw —4$ rubes phu four rutted
radio frequency enables Majestic to produce the moat powerful and
•elective radio set ever built. Absolutely no hum and no oscillation
at any wave length. Automatic sensitivity control gives uniform*
sensitivity and amplification in both high and low wave lengths. ltns»
proved Majestic Super-Dynamic Speaker. Extra heavy, Sturdy Majestic?
Power-Pick, with positive voltage-ballast, insures longlife and safety, f
Early English design cabinet of American Walnut. Instrument pane! .
overlaid with ganuinr importrd Australian Lacewood Escutcheon
plate and knobs finished in genuine silver.
FHEE Home Demonstration
— 23 YEARS SERVICE TO MUSIC LOVERS —.
PENDLETON’S
MUSIC STORE
    

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