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SUMMER PL A Y SCHOOL
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN
{There the Youngsters, After Year of Study, Can
Rebuild Health and Receive Training in Right
Living and Management of Their Bodies.
H.v ROYAL S. COPELAND. M. D.
I nited States Senator from New York.
Former Commissioner of Health. Setr York City.
TRB annual exodus of boys and girls from the city to the various
Summer ramps in the country and at the seashore is well under
way. These children will spend long, happy days in sunshine
•nd fresh air, and long nights sleeping out under the stars in the
invigorating pine woods, or near some wooded
shore. They will build anew in health for the
day* to come.
And it is good news, indeed, to hear of the
Rummer play schools to be opened in -New York
City, and in other cities, for the Summer months.
In New York alone there, are. twenty-one of
them. Already 2,000 children are enrolled, and
this mean? 2,000 children kept o(T the city streets.
They are in sehool work made attractive hy ex
perienced teachers, using the most modern and
approved methods.
In the Winter time the parents of these
children will meet in study groups along the line
of child training. Can anything be more bene
ficial and practical?
In our future educational programmes for
public good we must consider the matter of per
sonal hygiene. We must begin with the very
DR COPELAND.
young tmia 10 nuna up souna Domes an<i rirar Drams.
Dirt i* of great importance for sound health. No one doubts the
value of fresh air and cleanliness as factors in skin hygiene, the im
portance of building up resistance to respiratory infections, the value
or exercise ana piay, tne oenenus
of deep and rest and the effects of
the right stimulus on the mental
state. All of these are important
matters which should givem the
first few years of a child’s life.
In the matter o( diet, nothing fs
better tn promoting good health in »
child than plenty of milk, fruits and
fresh vegetables. New Tork City
provides, in the hot Summer months,
mflk stations where needy children
may have free milk. A child should
have milk, or crackers snd milk, in
the middle of the morning and of the
afternoon, with a short rest follow
^Tha school child spends much of
Ms waking day under strict school
rates of study that for him are diffi
cult tasks. He must undertake home
work la Ms studies. In consequence,
he is deprived of the freedom In
piay and the fresh air that he en
joyed la hi# pre-school days.
tyndernourished and underweight
children need more rest than they do
stiwmwa exercise. Over • fatigue
mast he guarded against. Such chil
dren ought to have plenty of sleep.
The oh0(1 should be made to lie down
en a bad or cot. In the fresh air If
possible, and where It Is quiet. This
asp should be taken dally.
The chronic fatigue at a school
child mny bp due to lack of sleep or
faulty food. This over fatigue causes
toxic poisons in the system which
can be overcome only by complete
relaxation.
Our young citizens must be trained
to healthy living arid must know
how to manage their bodies well, in
the Kali, the bov or girl will be
sound in health, with a happy Sum
mer of play and work behind, and
able to meet the work of the new
school year and the rigors of the
Winter months.
[ Tiinawcra to HealffijQiiorir* |
R S Q—Can extreme nervous
ness be cured?
A.— Build up the general health
and this will benefit the entire ner
vous system Consult your doctor
for treatment.
• • •
H. T. Q.—Why do I have diffl
cutty In getting my breath at times?
I am only fifteen years of age.
A.—You may be troubled with
asthma or a heart condition. It
would tie advisable for you lo con
sult a phyatrlan and determine the
exact rause of your trouble.
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CLEVELAND STAR EVERY-OTHER-DAY
Boiling Springs News Of
Personal And Social Events
Ton (furs And Needles Club Meet.
School To Opr it For Two
Months Term.
Mrs G. N. Greene and Miss Ger
tie Green were joint hostesses at a
lovely party at the beautiful home
of (hr latter Friday evening at V
o'clock. The guests included th :
inrmbrrs of the Philsonian Boole
club, their husbands and several
other united guests. Several room,
were thrown ensuite and were dec
orated with quantities of lovely
summer flowers and potted plants.
Nine tables were grrangrd lor
play. These were graced With
vases r>l rosebuds Guests found
their places b.v means of daint\
score cards After several inter
esting progressions attractive prizes
were awarded to Mrs. M. A Jolley
and Mr I) W. Moore as winners
of high scores.
A! the conclusion of the games the
hostesses assisted by Misses Sara
Lee Hamrick, Annie Catherine
Greene and Winfrey Hamrick, serv
ed a salad fotir.se with nuts and
mints,
Mts. M. A .Jolley was hostess el
the Philsonlan Book club at hrr
home Tuesday afternoon at 3: to
o'clock.
The living room was attractively
arranged with vases and baskets of
lovely summer flowers
The regular business meeting was
hejd and was presided over by Mrs
O. E. Lee, president Two 'nteres*
ing papers were rend. "The Modern
Bathroom an1 Its Decorations." tv
Mrs O E. Lee. "The Sun-room and
Its Furnishings," Mrs, C. E Ham
rick. It. was decided lor this cl: t
to give a womanless wedding at the
college auditorium, Saturday night
August 4 The characters would be
men from the community.
After the adjournment of the
business meeting the hostess a -
sisted by Mrs. O T Ijedfc rd and
Mrs Ttosina Grtgg served n sa'cri
course with mints.
The Tongues and Needles club
met at. the home of Mrs Dean
White Friday afternocn,
The business meeting was held and
the regular routine of business fol
lowed
The hostess entertained the guests
with an interesting contest. A love
ly sewing basket was given Mrs. M
H. Walker as high scare.
Delicious refreshments weir serv
ed by the hostess assisted by Mrs
C. C. Goode
Miss Sarah Dendy of Lau rns, S
C . is spending several days nere as
the guests of Miss Mai v Belle Ker.
drirk
Miss Ruby Bridges of Greenville
S C, is siirnd.iig this week time
with Miss Jessie Henderson
The public school will open fo
a two months' term on Monday
July 29. at 0:00 o'clock. All pros
pective students are urged to be
present on the 1st dav of the ses
sion
Mrs J Henry Jones and family
are spending their vacation m
Wngram
Miss Julia McSwain of Caffnev.
S C . is spending several days of
this week here with relatives!
Miss Luril'e Hamrick was tak• n
to the Shelby hospital Saturday
where slip underwent an operation
lor appendicitis. She is getting
along nicely
Mrs Carvus Hamrick who ha
hern ill for several weeks entered
the Shelby hospital Monday She
will have a major operation this
week. Her many friends wish for
her a speedy recovery.
Misses Lucille Buchanan and
Mnlina Jolley are spending this
week in Raleigh with relatives
Mrs Erenst. Phillips of Cliffside.
visited friends here Monday.
Mrs. D. P Hamriek. Mr. and Mrs
G R. Hamrick and Misses Einvi
and Ruth Hamrick are at Wrights
ville Beach for a ten days' stay.
Mr and Mrs. Ladd Hamriek spent
Monday in Rock Hill, S. C
Prof and Mrs. O. P. Hamriek
and children are visiting relatives
in Tennessee They will be gone
for about ten days.
Prof, and Mrs. J. D Huggins and
family who have been in Chapel
Hill, for summer school work re
turned home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie liee of
Cottonton Ala , visited Mrs. T G
Lee and Mr. and Mrs J. R. Greer.a
last week.
Mr. Jasper Hamriek and Mrs O
E Lee and Miss Helen Bridges
visited Mrs. Margaret Bridges at
the hospital in Morganton last
week. Her many friends will be glad
to know that Tier condition Is some
what improved.
Mr. M. A Jollev went to Raleigh
Thursday on business.
Misses Farrow and Mayhi.ll Sud
dith of Chcsnee. S. C.. visited Mrs.
C, C. Goode last week Mrs. Good0
accompanied them home Sunday
and wilt visit there a week.
Miss Eleanor Hicks of Chrsnee.
visited her Sister. Mrs Dean White
last week
Miss Winfrey Hamrick of Char
Snock Trial Judge
fudge Henry Scarlett, of Colum
bus. Oliio. will preside at the
[rial of Professor James H.
Snook, college professor, who is
on trial for the murder of
1'heora Hix, college co-ed, whose
brutally beaten body was found
on a shootfng range near Colum
bus recently.
(International Nawaraal'
lotte. is at home for -a two weeks'
stay.
Mr. Edwin White ot Raleigh, Is
at home on his vacation He will be
here about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lovelace of
Raleigh are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lovelace.
The Philsonian Book club will
give an interesting and comical
performance at the college audi
torium Saturday night August \
This will be a womanless wedding
with the characters taken from the
community. A hearty laugh and a
big treat is in store for all who
attend the wedding.
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Hamrick and
Miss Annie Hamrick of Shelby,
spent Thursday with Mrs. A. R.
Hamrick as this was Mrs. Hamricki
birthday.
Messrs. Halys and Howard Moore
spent several days of this week in
Raleigh.
Rev. J. L. Jenkins is holding a
meeting in Oxford this week.
The problem that confronts the
prohibition bureau is how to get
the enforcement agents on the side
of law and order.—Springfield
Union.
f Special to The Start
Mr. Page of Kings Mountain su
perintendent of the associational
Sunday school work was with us
in Sunday school last Sunday. He
made a most interesting talk on
the needs of the Sunday school.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Lovelace and
children and Mr and Mrs. William
Lovelace and children from the
Pleasant Ridge community visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lovelace Sun
day.
Mr Max Gardner, who works in
Charlotte spent, the week-end at
home
Among the visitors for preaching
Sunday afternoon were. Mr. and
Mrs. Coleman Gold. Kings Moun
tain. Mr. Ed Campbelle, Gastonia,
Mr. J. W Costner, Double Shoals
Rev. J, M. Goode. Boiling Springs
and Miss Hattie Hawkins, Shelby,
and her guest Mrs. Jasper Barnette
We are always glad to have visi
tors
Mrs. Alfred Falls split a few
days last week in Charlotte, where
she .underwent a physical examina
tion, by a specialist. Mrs. Falls has
been in ill health for some time.
Hope she soon regains her usual
health.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Greene and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. DUr
ham Johnson Sunday afternoon.
Last Sunday night Mrs. W H
Gardner and Miss Annie Belle
Davis, leaders of the sunbeam
band very beautifully entertained
the children. After they finished
their short program they were in
vited to another room decorated
with summer flowers. Delicious ic^
cream and little cakes were served.
Tire children enjoyed it immensely.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Height of
Macon, Ga . spent a few' days here
with relatives recently.
wir. f. m. wasnDurn and son,
Edward, and their guests Mrs. De
Volen and Miss Christine Hord of
Little Rock, Ark , visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Washburn Wednesday
evening.
Messrs. Fred Greene, W. W. Wash
bum left Thursday morning for
Ridgecrest to attend the Baptist as
sembly meeting.
LARGER BORDER PATROL
IS SOUGHT BY CHIEF
El Paso, Texas.—Official recom
mendation for a larger border pa
trol and the lifting of regulations
prohibiting federal officers from
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Pendleton’s Music Store
_ 2:5 Yt ' »rs SERVICE TO MUSIC LOVERS —
firing at suspected rum runners at
tempting to cross the border at
night may result from the slaying
recently of Ivan E. Scotten, border
patrol inspector, by rum runners.
Declaring it was almost murder
to send inspectors on patrol duty,
H. C. Horseley. chief of the horde”
patrol, indicated in his report of
the affair to the department of
labor would contain such a request
The announcement that a Vir
ginian has raised white blackberry
rics recalls that blackberries are
red when they are green—Christian
Science Monitor.
The Society of American Magi
cians in session in New York prud
ently refrained from trespassing on
the congressional glory of material
izing farm relief.—Louisville Cour
ier-Journal.
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IT IS A COMMUNITY BENEFIT
A. V. Wray & 6 Sons’
BIG CLEAN OUT SALE!
- IT HAS HELPED HUNDREDS TO SAVE! -
Many Have Been Pleased At The Many Bargains Found Here — And By Request OS
Mr. Wray and to give those who have not yet shared in these great savings we are
going to continue this unequaled price slashing
- ALL THROUGH NEXT WEEK -
SO GOOD PEOPLE, THINK, WITH THIS SITUATION STARING YOU IN THE FACE, WONT IT PAY YOU TO COME TO THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR
WILL BUY THE MOST. THIS ENTIRE STOCK IS ON THE ALTAR OF SACRIFICE AT PRICES MUCH LOWER THAN YOU WOULD EVER EXPECT TO PAY.
SO COME RIGHT ON AND SHARE IN A GOOD MAN S LOSS. EVERY DAY YOU WILL FIND PRICES HERE THAT WILL NEVER BE DUPLICATED IN SHEL
BY AND CLEVELAND COUNTY AGAIN. COME SURE AND YOU WILL THANK US THAT “U” DID.
“B” SURE IT’S
WRAY & 6 SONS.
LOOK FOR OUR BIG
SIGN.
A. V. WRAY & 6 SONS
AGAIN I INVITE YOU TO C OME AND SAVE — A. L. MANLEY SALES MANAGER IN CHARGE
WATCH THE
PACKAGES WRAPPED
IN THE YELLOW
PAPER.
    

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