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    FLINT KILL HEWS
OfPERSO! HEMS
tocfnl at The Church-Many No
tations of People Coming
and Going
Tbr Flint Hill B V T U ga\e
a ■ ocia! at thr rhurch Saturday
night. Cake and ire crram tire
ffrved and all reported a nice time.
Mr and Mrs Jessie Harrill spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs
Nee ten Harrill.
Mr. and Mrs. Andie Hawkins spent
the week rnd at Moorrsboro witti
lus parents Mr. and Mrs John
Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrill visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrill Friday
right.
Mr. and Mrs. F M. Ledbrt!-r
spent Wednesday night with M.
and Mrs Otbo Hamrick.
Misses Glad's and Blanche Bed
better spent Wcnncsday night with
Misses B'anche and Alma Pearson
Miss Effie Pearson spent Satur
day night with Miss Tula Pearson.
Mr. and Mrs Edgar Moore, and .
daughter, r.dna Moore, visited Mr i
and Mrs. Fred Ledbetter of Shclhv
Saturday.
Miss Maudie Moore visited Muss
Gl*tl.vs Ledbetter Saturday.
Mr. Rex Ledbetter spent Friday
Right with Mr Grady Blanton
Mr, and Mrs Fred Ledbetter visit- 1
rd Mr. and Mrs. James Moore Sat- ;
urriay night.
Mr Frist us and Erastus MeSwain
visited their grandparents Mr. an i
Mrs. Greene MeSwain tJaturday |
night.
Mr. and Mrs. Je.ppie Pearson vih' -!
ed his parents Mr. and Mrs Charlie
Pearson Saturdey night.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ledbetter vis
ited hta parents Mr and Mrs t.
M. Ledbetter Sunday
Those visiting til Gar tom a Sun
day were as follows, Mr. and M:Vi.
James Moore and family and Mr.
and Mrs. M A. Bridges and son
Ray.
Miss Lillian Russ visited Mr. and
Mrs. Duran Putnam Saturday night,
Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Ledbetter
and family visited tits parents, M .
and Mrs. E, W T Ledbetter Satur
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Hamrirk and
family arid Mr. and Mrs T. W '1
'Ledbetter spent Sunday''at C.'tni
s.ide with Mi nurl Mr; Clnifi llav.k
, nv.
Mr. Grady Blanton spall Monday
in Dorrs t City.
Those visiting at Mr 'Sam Weav
ers a while Tuesday night were
a.s follow,.: Mi Myrlel llarnll. Mi
Bui on Ledbetter. Mr (irad.v Blan
ton, Mr. Bros: ir Hamrick and Mi
Duran Putnam
Mr .1 \V Moore i i •Pod hi: grand
l daughter. Mi I'rcd Ledbetter Sat
urday.
Mi and Mr dai.nr.s Moore ■ pr n
Friday night with her parent:. Mr.
and Mrs,,Bani Weathers.
Mr, and Mrs Clifford Kelly visit
ed Mr and Mr A P Haw kin,- Sat
urday night.
I.iltie Miss Margaret Pea Ham
nek spent mo.: of last week V.
Knitimore with l.er ui.irle and min'
Mr. and Mrs. Kilim Bridges
Mr. and Mrs Bert Hamrick spent
aw hile Sunday nielvt v. n il Mi and
Mrs. F. M Ledbetter
Mr. and M: (• ('• Pearson . pen'
'ast Sunday'with Mr and Mrs Rob
ert Hawkins
Miss Blanche Ledbetter -pen
Sunday night with Mi Venue
Hamrick of Rolling Spring:
Mr. and/Mr P llawkin .pen:
Sunday with Mr and Mrs Clifford
Kelley.
M Charlie pearson 'pent Wed
nesday in Thiekel.y Mountain. s C
Miss Madge (irrenr spent Satur
day nieht with Misses Doitus air!
Eula Russ.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Clan , pent
Saturday night with Mr and Mrs
Bill Frank Blanton.
Mr .lark Jolley spent Sunda
with Mr find. Mrs C'ha.lie Pearson.
Mr. fieri and I,lord Pearson spei.t
Sunday v.ith Mr Edward Putnam.
Mrs Oiella Martin spent Sunday
with Miss Verdie Putnam.
Mr. and Mrs. G O Pear. On spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Charlie
Pearson
Miss Alina Pearson spent Tues
day night with Miss Effir Pearson
Mrs. Charlie Penmen .spent Wed
nesday night with Mr and Mrs. G
G Pearson
Miss Tula Pearson spent Wed
nesday night with Miss Flffie Tear
son
Mr. Clarrnee Hawkins spent Sun
day night with Mr. arid Mrs. Rob
ert. Hawkins.
I
Tacky Party Is (ireafl.v Enjoyed.
Still fining Off in ( lillrjc.
Personal''.
1 Special to The Star v
T'alLton, Sept: 17—One of thr
most enjoyable parties of the -ca
M»n whs a ‘tacky party" given Tn- i
day night at the home of Mr. anti
Mrs R W Wilson Many intern - i
jnR c.tines were played after whirl)
delicious candy, cake and ice cream
were served by Misse Jewel Francis
and Hazel Wilson A prize was giv
en to the tackiest- couple which was
Miss Alice DC Yoder and Ml. Hoyle
Lutz, jr
Mu Maude Kepdrick who h
teaching at; Dallas'spent I by week- j
end licre with her parents Mr and
Mr:. T. M. Kcndltci
Mr Evan Wilson •!.. leaviDR lot
r.lai? ‘college Erul-ay.
Mr, and Mrs. W A Rev,..;-;-, had,
as their dinner curst\ Sunday• Mr
and Mrs, D A. Cline and family of
Lincclnton.
Mis., Kcah LnlUiUoie : pent Sun
day with Miss Tr'lie Stniney
Mr and Mrs. Yates, Stroup ha\e
returned to their heme m Merida
after an extended trip here with
relatives.
Me:,M's (irrrr Murray and (.' ear
•Morgan have returned to their
homes here, They hair been taking
a barber course in Richmond Va.
Mr and Mr:,. Thomson ' Hamrick
of Beams Mill were t h" dinner
guests ol Mr and Mrs L. F llam
riek Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Clatldr Stamey had
as their dinner guests Sunday Mr
i and Mrs. I.ee Cornwell and famih
I of the Zion Community Mr and
Mrs. Ira Elmore and family el
near Lawndale and Mr and M,
Claud Ciettys of Hollis
Mrs. A. 11 Beam ol MoorrsviiV
spent several days last week with
her parents, Mr. -end Mis. C. L>
Stroup
Mr Lloyd Wilt on who-Is (curbing
school at Ca rr .pent i!ie week-etui
with his parents. Mr and Mr n.
W. Wilson
Mr. Dixon Stroup left Monday fur
State college, Raleigh. “
| Mr. and Mrs. A M. Hoyle and
; family visited Mr and Mrs R,.l
Philberk of Patterson Springs Stin
! day
j Misses Ar.-ie Wright, Katie Lee
Clay and Ruth Morgan were the
dinner guests of Miss Minnie
Wright Sunday
Mr, joh'n IJ Falls of Newark N ,t
is visiting Mr and Mrs C C. Falls
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Hoyle and
j mother Mrs Carrie Hoyle were the
dinner guests of Mr anti Mrs. Grad.'
Ilov'r Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs M E lloylr ami
children..visited Mr and Mrs. M L
Murray Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M L, Smith and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C
Murray of St. Paul Sunday,
Miss Eulalia Hoyle spent, Satur
day niglit v itli Miss Katie Lee Clss
Mr and Mrs. Clem Iloyle visited
Mr. and Mrs Latrn Edwards fi
Bclwood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Martin visit*
rd Mr. and Mr> Clem Mart in. Sun
day.
Mr, and Mrs; Ed Wise of Lincoln
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. (Sk L. Hoyle
Sunday.
Born to Mr and Mr.. Clem Mar
tin Sunday, a nice boy. Mother and
baby are getting along nicely.
Mrs rtatsie Norman of Beams
Mt.ii is spending several days wi’.n
lirr daughter. Mrs G. A. Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Royster, Mr
and Mrs. Carl Spurting of Shelby
and Mr and Mrs George Ross vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. P O. Ross.Sun
day.
Mr and Mrs. C I. Royster and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Bowen of Double Shoals Sunday.
Mrs. M. 3. Gantt and children of
Chester, S. C. visited Mr. and Mia.
Lcrn Williams last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A Hoyle and
family spent Sunday with Mrs
Hoyle’s parents. Mr. arid Mrs. Amor,
Pruett of Cesar.
Messrs. John and Franklin Bum
gardner left Monday for Columbia,
s. c.
Mr. and Mrs. .lake Fortenburv ct
Lawndale. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce For
tenbury of Bolwopd and Mr. and
Mrs. o. Fortenbury visited Mr.
and Mrs. J M Hoyle Stuiday e\cit
ing
Mr, and Mrs John Lackey and
family visited Mrs Lackey's parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. II Shrum of Lin
colnton Sunday.
Mrs. Ira Kins of Four Oaks spent
tiir week-end litre with relatives.
Mr and Mrs. Adalie El’iott and
family were St. Paul visitors Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Ho.vle ami
family of Shelby visited Mrs. J. B.
; Stroup Sunday.
Mr. C. M. King has gone to Cha
: pel Hill to enter college.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoyle and ip.ni
! ilv of Charlotte visited Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Lee Sunday.
Miss Ruth Boggs spent Sunder
with Miss-Hazel Wi’.sooi.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Hoyle and
; family of Shelby visited Mrs, J. B.
Stroup Sunday.
Mr and Mrs, K ft. Spurling and
! family visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
j Spurling Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baxter and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A
Wright Sunday.
GROVER HI TO
POTATO STORAGE
Hill Have Capacity Of 10,000 Bush
r!-.. Kcctcrs Are Building
't wo Nth Homes.
iSpecial to The Star >
Grover. Srpi 17,—The Grove;- Po
tato corporation is enlarging their
warehouse and when finished will
he able to take rare of ten thous
and bushels They will be ready to
lake rare of this years crop. Mr 1
Julian Turney is manager.
H S, Keeler and company are j
building two nice - residences tn
town which will be for rrnt when
finished .
Mi's SaDelle Marry is taking a
secretarial course at the Ce;;l
business college, Asheville, and not
at the university as reported m last
week's Star.
Mr. J D Hambright is in Colum
bia attending the University of
South Carolina.
Mr. Fred Hambright Is a freshman 1
at, Clemron college this fall.
Miss Margaret Hamrick Is at-i
Irnding Mars Hill junior college this j
fall. Miss Margaret, attended the
summer classes there getting off
enough of the first years work to
enable her to get off some of th?
second year's work this year. _
Mr and Mrs. Forrest Hord of
Kings Mountain were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T.
Green.
Mr. Burriss Keeler and familv
and brother Kermit Keeter of Sh*l
i by were visiting their parents Mr.
! and Mrs. T, S Keeter Sunday.
Mr. D. d. Wilson of Gaffney, S
C. is visiting his daughter. Mrs. W.
j E. Dav is, this week.
Rev. J. P. Dendy. Mrs. Dendy and
' Miss Elizabeth motored to Chariott'
1 last Friday.
i Mr. E. C. Byers and family went
j (o Gaffney last Sunday afternoon to
; attend the annual singing conveti
i tion held at. Limestone church and
| also to visit theit daughter. Ml .s
Hlddis, who is a senior at Limeston*
; vollcge
! Rev. W. E. Furcron and family
, were dinner guests at the home of
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bookout las'
' Sunday.
Mrs. C F Mullinax was taken
suddenly ill last Saturday night
and was very sick for some time
i Sunday, but she has taken a chance
! for the bettor this morning.
Mrs W M Hambright who has
i been quite low for the past two
i weeks is also improving now.
Little Ruby Moss, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Moss has been
1 sick for about two weeks and is
| still quite sick. They are hoping
this morning that it v ill be omice
sary for. them Id lake her to the
hospital.
Grover high school will close now
in about two weeks in order that
the children may help gather in the
eotton which is opening rather rap
idly around here.
Perfect Hand I*
Caught In Gaffney
Gaffney Ledger.
The thrill of holding 13 spades,
generally described as "the perfevt
bridge hand,” rame Wednesday
evening to ‘‘Shag" Hofler, of Win
ston-Salem, N. C. in a game here
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C
Lowe on South Limestone street.
Hofler bid and made seven spade;.
Hofler was playing with Paul
Pittman, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. G.
Pittman, as his partner Mrs. Lowe
and Charles Boyd were the other
players.
This is the second lime 13 ot a
suit has been held in Gaffney in
recent months. Rostmond Cook, of
the Peoples Drug store having
drawn all the hearts in the deck at
once.
4 Toda\
Fine
Quality
Uniforms
<tL $i» 95
Smartlv tailored Uniforms
from tne famous house of
WHITE SWAN; in a variety
of youthfully styled models
new and distinctive. Fabri
cated in service-giving
materials that launder ex
quisitely. Packed individu
ally in glassine envelopes.
Sixes
PARAGON DEPT
STORE
Sc.rvirrs ,At Double Shoals Saturday.
The Woman's Missionary Union
j of Double Shoals church is observ
ing a week of prayer, and will liav
an all day program Saturday. Will
be glad to have any visitors. The
pastor, Rev. J, W, Suttle, will be
with us beginning at 10:30 o'cloek.
Mesdames Howard and Harry
Camnitz spent Monday shopping *n
Charlotte
Mr. Claude Webb made a busi
ness trip to Charlotte yesterday.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTH!
Having ‘this day qualified as an
nnnistrator of the estate of Do;
Mooney, late of Cleveland coiuv
N. C., notice is hereby given to a
parties indebted to said estate
make immediate payment to th
undersigned. All persons havin
claims against said estate are herr
by notified to present them to in
properly proven for payment on
before September 15, 1930, or tin
notice will be pleaded in bar of tiV
recovery. This September 13, 1839
JOHN W. MOONEY. Admr. o
the Estate of Dora Moonr
deceased,
Ryburn & Hoey, Attys. Sept, ifi.
Fm-Sizr pLYuotTH Roans-rts.
(iLttA rumble seat)
The Smartest Roadster
of Low Price
The snappy Chrysler- CK / mm mm ^ Engineered by Cbntler
styled Plymouth Road- / ‘ > f / ** ' \ >t performs with i
ster is all the vnjut V.p \ J / kJ QJ dashme swiftness anr
today, Among low- ^’f.o ». ^ floating smoothness
priced roadsters it fvu.-SIZE — lt*mtu S*t that are utterlvamaztng
easily cuts the smartest i n a car so low in price.
figure in appearance, jusr a« ir
leads them all with its tipical
Chrysler performance.
Here is a roadster that is m,in
lizt, not l oy-size—full-size, trot
tox-snu. It has that length of hood
ajid expanse of rear deckw hich go
to make a roadster truly graceful.
The PI vmouth Roadster is a quality
car from first to last — in beautr;
in engineering; in riding ease; in
size and in behavior.
lit
Si x h"i<ly style.' — priced Jinn $655 1"
fr0 Ail prices f r. h. factors
)',jrn:uth dealers extend ccavraunt
time payment48a
AMERICAS LOWEST-PR ICED FULL-SIZE CAR
LITTON MOTOR CO.
West Warren St.
Shelby. N. ('•
TEACHERS WILL SHARE YOUR GOOD JUDGMENT WHEN
YOU SEND THEM TO SCHOOL IN ‘STAR BRAND’ SOLID LEATHER
SHOES BUILT FOR COMFORT AND ECONOMY
PEACH
Baby’s Patent - Rose
Blush Kid Quarter with
patent trim - Fairy last
— $1.75 —
— PEACH —
White Kid, Soft Sole,
No Heel, 3 Strap
' Roman Sandal
— $1.98 —
THE “VALENTINE”
Patent, Honey Beige Col
lar With Patent Underlay
3-4 Leather Tap Heel,
Prim Last
_ $3.49 _
THE“FANNY”
Child's Patent Rose
Blush Cabretta Under*
lay on Collar. Orchid
Patent. Wedge Heel.
— JOYCE —
Ladies TAn La.ee Oxford
With Rubber Heel For
Foot Ease
— $2.98 —
Ladies' Combination
Biack Alligator and Calf
Sport Shoes — Silk Tassel
Lace — Rubber Heel
— $4.95 —
4
FOOT COMFORT COMES FROM A WELL MADE AND ACCURATELY
FITTED SHOES. IF WE CAN’T FIT YOU WE DON’T WANT YOUR MONEY
Ladies’ Black Kid
With Grey Sheep Lin*
ing, Medium Heel,
Blucher Style.
— $3.50 —
lit SOLID V
JW LEATHER %
,UI THROUGHOUT
"STAR BRAND SHOES
<^ARF. BETTER
SOFT AND"GOOD
Ladies Brown Glove
Reinforced Shank, £
Double Soles, Lined
Rubber Heels
— $3.98 —
Patent One-Strap,
Rubber Tap Heel,
“Karess” Pattern,
Plain Sandal,
— $2.95 —
“Star Brand” Manufacturer* put more downright value in Footwear than any
other manufacturer we know. In refined style, lasting appearance, durability,
and economy—“Star Brand” Shoes are Better.
A. V. WRAY And 6 SONS
“WE SHOE CLEVELAND COUNTY.”
MEN’S GIANT
Chocolate Roseitc,
brass nailed, rubber
heel, leather pull strap
and back stay. Orange
stitch
— $4.39 —
Men’* Brown Side
Stitchdown Lined
v^amp, Unlined Quar
ter, Imitation Mocca
sin, Munson Last,
— $2.98 —_
THE “STAG”
Boys’ Tan and Black
Welt Edge, Soft-Tip,
Big Chief Last
— $3.95 —
Men’* Tan and Black
Kid, Welt Edge,
Boston Last, Rubber
Heel
— $5.95 —
/
Men’s Brown or
Black Nullifier,
Ideal for Comfort
Wear
— $2.95 —
    

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