The Knightengale Beauty Parlor
- Permanent Waves For The Exclusive -
^ No kinks, no frizzies; but a soft, natural curl or wave.
You will appreciate the difference.
PRICES: $12.50 — $10.00 and $7.50.
We make a specialty of Fingerwaving, Marcelling,
Facials, Hair Cutting, Scalp Treatments and Hair Dye
ing. Also Manicuring for Ladies and Gentler.' •
Give us a try and you will come back.
Yours for service,
The Knightengale Beauty Shop
THELMA L. TORBERT, Proprietress.
Hailed as a Sensation
— ADMISSION —
10 and 40c
— SHOWS —
3 * 5 - 7 - 9
In Shelby and suburbs you can get THE
STAR EACH AFTERNOON of PUBLIC A-'
TION DAY by paying the Carrier Boy who
Dasses your door, 25c per month. ‘
Miss Lucy Yelton left Monday to
enter school at Western Carolina
teachers college at Cullowhee.
Miss Mary Reeves Forney left th.s
morning (o enter Strayer college,
Washington, D. C.
Miss Alice Saunders is leaving to
day for Staunton, Va, She will
study Dramatic Art at Manch col
Miss Charlie Mae Laughridge
leaves today to enter N. C, C. W. at
Mrs Ward Airy accompanied
Ward Are.v. jr.. and Carl Dellinger
to Arden today. The boys will enter
Mrs. Worth Morgan and son,
Billy, have returned home after
spending a few days here with Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Morgan on Warrc 1
Mrs. W L Lucas and family and
Misses Gazzie and Louise Bolts
spent Sunday in Chester with Mr.
and Mrs, W. O. Pressley.
Mr. Twitty Grem has returned to
his chair at the Palace barbershop
after a vacation in the mountains.
Miss Martha Eskridge, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs Chas. L Eskridge
left Tuesday for Agnes Scott college
Mrs Irma Wallace, home agent
and Mr Shoffner, county farm
agent, will be found on Friday ami
Saturday at the county fair grounds
or in their office.
At The Theatres
With the coming of ' Moulin!
Rouge" to the Princess theatre
Thursday and Friday, American
women will have the opportunity to
see some of the latest styles of the
most famous Parisian creators of
fashions. Chekova. ohe of the top
notch stars of Europe, who Is in
troduced to this country as the star
of this World Wide feature, wears
a score of exquisite gowns in her
role. Society women also are shown
in gorgeous gowns of the latest
creation and glittering Jewels in
their midnight playgrounds in the
‘‘The Idle‘Rich.” an all-talkie, a
Metro-Goldwyn special starring the
headlines of "The Broadway Mel
ody.” Bessie Love, is the attraction
at the Webb today and tomorrow.
William De Mille. who has not been
heard from in Shelby for many
months, directed the picture, and
Conrad Nagel. one of the most
sterling amongst the male conting
ent of players in Hollywood. co
stars with Miss Love. This is a very
human story, scene laid in New
York, and splendidly presented and j
ably acted. It has proved highly
popular over the country.
Lawndale Sept. 18th
Three Days Of Entertainment.
Postmaster Richards Attends
< Special to The Star >
Lawndale, Sept. 17.—The Radcliff
Chautauqua gives their "all star"
program at Lawndale, September
18 through the 20th. The first after
noon and evening we nave Dr.
Lowther lecturer and the Pama
hasika's society circus. In the sec
ond afternoon. we have Robert
Bowman entertainer and ‘‘Her
Temporary Husband " The thiril
afternoon Dr. Hyde lecturer and
the "Chimes of Normandy.'
The beautiful Palm Tree church
was dedicated Sunday morning by
Rev. W. A. Newall, presiding elder.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Lee of At
lanta, Georgia, spent the week-end
with their parents at Lawndale. A
friend of Mi-. Lee's accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Forney and
sons. Charles, and Tom. spent the
week-end at Wrightsville Beach.
Mr. and Mis. H. G. Rollins and
son, Henry, of Cliffside. Mrs. Cur
die Rollins and Mrs. Nancy Cald
well spent the week-end at Wrights
Messrs. Lawrence Lee. Charlie
Rackard and BUI Eaker of Ruther
ford college spent the week-end
with their parents.
Messrs. John Carpenter, Tod
Caldwell and Bob Forney spent the
week-end at Boone.
Miss Irene Smawley left Saturday
for Rutherford hospital where rhe
is to enter training.
Miss Kathleen Miller left Tues
day for the Asheville normal where
she will be a sophomore.
Mr. P. P. Richard, Lawndale post
master, is attending the national
postmasters convention at Niagara
Falls, N. Y. this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hartman
and children visited Mrs. Hart men's
parents Sunday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. Day berry of Belwood.
Monthly Conf -renec Hold. Colored
Woman Grows Lot Of Beau
(Special to The Star.'
Zoa:\ Sept 17.—The church field
its regular monthly conference
Tuesday evening Several matters
of business were considered and the
following officers elected: Mr.
Cecil Humphries, Sunday school
superintendent; Miss Gertrude
Street, church clerk. Miss Jessie
Humphries, assistant. Miss Elv.i
Davidson and Mr. Cartier Bridges,
The members of the different W.
M U. organizations gave an inter
esiing and enjoyable program at. the
close of Sunday school September
The many friends of Mr. Redman
Davidson met. at his home Sunday
morning while he was at Sunday
school and spread a bountiful din
ner in honor of his birthday.
Mrs. Boyd Hill and children have
returned to their' home In South
Carolina after spending a fort
night with Mr. and Mrs Hender
son Champion and family.
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Humphries
were dinner guests of Mr. and M^s.
S B. Hamrick Sunday.
Mrs. William McSwaln of Union
community is spending several days
with her son. Mr. Orvlllia McSwatn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Belle were
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Mar
ion Poston in Union community
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rhodes of Pop
lar Springs community vtslted the'r
daughter, Mrs. Cicero Allen Thurs
day. September 13.
Miss Ruby Bridges of South
Shelby was the week-end guest of
Miss Frances Spake.
Miss Macie McSwain spent Sat
urday night with Misses Nell and
Louise Wilkie of South Shelby.
Mr. Daniel DaviS*)!# who has
been away quite awnile returned
home Sunday to be present at a
birthday dinner given in honor of
Miss Delta ware was a welcom
ed guest of Miss Elizabeth Putnam
Mrs. Martha Hamrick. Miss Elsie
Hamrick and *itfr. Phocian Bohe’a
spent the Week-end in Chesnee, S.
C. visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Humphries
of Grover spent several days with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Humphries last week.
Miss Myrtle Lee Belle spent the
day Sunday with Miss Inez Ware.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Blanton and
son were guests of their mother,
Mrs. F. F. Postcn Sunday.
Misses Lalage and Iya McEntyre
attended a party given by Miss
Lily Martin at her home in Poplar
Springs community Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Davis of
Kings Mountain were mast wel
comed guests of Mr. and Mis.
Thomas Ware Sunday. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Davis’ two
sisters Misses Martha and Dorothy
Mr. Grier Plonk and family were
guests of Mr. Thomas Ware. They
were accompanied by Mr. Herman
Ware and Miss Frantes Hord.
Miss Ruby McSwain was a din
ner guest of Miss Mary Sue Beil
We are all glad to welcome Mies
Creola Elliott home again.
Miss Irene Hamrick of Grover is
visiting relatives in the community.
Mr. Buford Hamrick and sistcv,
Miss Bertie Lee motored to Chesnte
Mr. and Mrs. Burton McSwain
and family visited their parents in
South Shelby Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Sliytle and
family of Valdese were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. rf. Humphries
Miss Gertrude Street spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. S. B. Ham
Miss Flora Hamrick of Grover is
spending a week at the home of
her brother Mr. Elbert Hamrick.
Miss Mary Belle Humphries was
| the welcomed guest of Miss Corinue
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kennedy visit
ed at the home of their daughter
Mrs. M. D. Humphries Sunday,
They were accompanied by Mr.
Horace Kennedy. *
Miss Macie McSwain visited Miss
Louise Gibson in South Shelby
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mellon of
Gastonia were visitors in the com
Mr. and Mrs'. Sisk of South Shel
by were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Cicero Allen Sunday.
Mr. S. B. Hamrick had the mis
fortune to injure his arm while re
pairing a truck one day last week.
Mrs. Belle Grigg and Mrs. J. L.
Stroupe of Shelby were dinnner
guests of Miss Gertrude Street
Mr. Archie Parker left for Wake
Forest Saturday to enter college as
Mr. William Hughes expects to
leave Monday to enter college at
Mr. and Mrs Thurman Crane
visited their parents. Mr and Mrs.
Glenn Blanton in South Shelby one
day last week
Aunt Thenia Durham, a colored
woman living on the farm of Mr.
| W. C. Putnam leads this section in
producing of really beautiful flow
ers. She lias nearly every variety on
the market both yard flowers and
box plants that have to be so care
! fully wintered and each plaait is
; almost a perfect specimen both for
beauty and growth. See them if you
j have an eye for beauty.
Man Wins Wife By
Blue Mountain. Miss—A proposal
of marriage, understood to have
actually been made by an illiterate
farmer near here, wins the prize for
"Liza, folks says I loves you and
I does. Folks says we gwine to mar
ry-Ies us," was the proposal,
"Good as taters," Eliza returned.
The preacher did the rest.
(Special to Tlic Star >
gave him a birthday dinner Sunday.
A large crowd attended with well
fdled baske's. A nice time was re
ported from all.
Miss Alphle Beach. Oussie and
Ernest Ledford spent. Saturday
night with the Brackett girls.
Mr. Jack Anderson. Mr Fred
Houser, Misses Lucy and Daisy
Brackett motored to Indian Lake
Mr, Fred Brackett spent Satur
day night at his home near Briar
Mr. J M. Devlnney and family
gave an ice cream supper Saturday
Misses Mamie Devinney and
Nevle Towery spent Saturday night
at. Casar with Miss Oladys Decln
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Chevrolet Coupe, 1928 Model.
Chevrolet Coupe, 1927 Model.
Chevrolet Imperial Landau, 1927 Model.
Chevrolet Coach, 1927 Model.
Ford Roadster, 1927 Model.
Ford Roadster, 1925 Model.
The above cars have been thoroughly reconditioned
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Elizabeth Arden Treatment
is based on three fundamental steps. Cleans
ing, Toning, Nourishing. You can follow
this same method at home, using Elizabeth
Arden’s Venetian Cleansing Cream, Ardena Skin
Tonic, Special Astringent and Orange Skin Food.
A little Home Treatment each morning and
night will give you a clear lovely skin.
Elizabeth Arden s Venetian Toilet Preparations
are on sale at
CLEVELAND DRUG CO.
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AND SUPPLIED *
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i DUPLICATED AND YOUR
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SHOE STORE -PHONE 585.
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