MISS MAY Mb ROHERT5— Social Editor—Phone :5H.
Hews Items Telephoned Miss Roberts WtU Be Apprec iated.
The initial meeting of the Garden
club was held Tuesday afternoon at
the club room, with the chairman,
Mrs. Colin Hull, presiding and Mrs.
Graham Dellinger as leader. In
teresting papers were read by Me>
riames T. W, Hamrick, John Lilia,
J. H. Hull and Otto Long.
The members of the Contempor
ary Book club held a delightful
meeting Tuesday afternoon, ai the
charming home ol Mrs. Al Ben
nett on the Cleveland Springs
road Several matters of bualnsvs
were discussed and the year's work
Mrs. Bennett, assisted by Mrs.
Brim Drum served an appetizing
Social Editor III,
Mrs. Nix Substituting.
The hosts of friends of Miss ,
Mayme Roberts will regret to learn j
that she entered the Shelby hos
pital this morning for treatment.
It is earnestly hoped that she may
have a speedy recovery.
Mrs. W B Nix is substituting as
social editor for Miss Mayme Rob
erts while she .s ill. Please phone
society news and news items to
Phone 277. It will be greatly ap
American Home Department
The first fall meeting of the
American Homes Department cf
the Woman's club was held Monday
afternoon at the club room with
the new chairman. Mrs. J. L. Lackey
presiding- About, twenty-four mem
bers responded to the roll call.
Plans were made and committees
appointed to work at the Woman s
club booth during the fair..
Mesdames T. W Hamrick. Jap
Buttle, and W. B Nix demonstrat
ed congealed potato salad, which
was served with crarkers and tea
to the ladies present
The young mothers of the town
he'd their first tall meeting at the
cosy home of Mrs. Fred Baber on
Tuesday afternoon. Quite a num
ber were present and thorough:''
enjoyed the paper* read by Mrc
Hugh Mauney and Mrs Claude
Special guests were Mesdanv s
John McClurd. Buford Jarrett.
A delightful salad course wrs
nerved by the hostess, assisted be
MesdaiUes John McClurd. Geo.
Hoyle. Roger Laughrldge arid Wit*
Social Calendar i
Thursday 4 p m--No 1 division
of the Woman's club will meet at
the club room Mrs. H T. Hudson,
chairman of the hostess committee
Thursday 8 p m.—The evening
division of the Woman's club nil!
meet at the home of Miss Oelaiui
Washburn, with Misses Washburn
and Ina Carpenter as hostesses.
Thursday 4 p m.--The Contract
Bridge club will meet with Mr?.
Robert C Hord on North LaFavette
Friday 4 p m —The Chicora club
will hold the first (all meeting wit a
Mrs S A McMurry on West
The Legion auxiliary held Its first
fall meeting with Mrs. J. A. Ellis
and Miss Ellis at their home on
South Washington street, last Frt* !
The president. Mrs. F. L. Hoyle !
was in the chair and sixteen mem- i
bers were present. A very interest
ing business meeting was held
which time it was decided to send n
box of books and toys to the chil
dren of disabled veterans at Oteen
A vote of thanks was extended the
American Legion for refunding the
money spent for poppies.
A beautiful piano solo, played bv
Miss Ethel Elmore was greatly en
joyed. The hostesses served a de
lightful ice course.
The October meeting will be held
With Mrs. Yates McSwain.
The fall social season was fitting*
ushered in Tuesday afternoon,
whrn Miss Elizabeth MeBrayer and
Mrs. raul Webb jr„ gave a tea
honoring their cousin. Miss Lula
Moore Suttlc. a charming (all bride
The MeBrayer home was lavishly
decorated with brilliant lined fall
flowers of every description. Mrs.;
Pitt Beam and M.ss Lucy Hamrick
were .stationed on the front porch
and cordially welcomed the guests.
Here they were greeted by Mrs.!
Odus Mull and Mrs. Jap Suttlc.
mother of the bride-to-be and in
troduced to the leceiving line. This
line was headed by Mrs. Paul Webb, j
,jr . beautifully gowned in ivory j
taffeta. She introduced the beauti
ful bride-elect, who was inimitably
lovely in white chiffon.
Sharing honors with iter were
Miss Kathleen Nolan, another lovely
bride-elect. Mrs. Conly Eskridge,
Mrs. Prank Kendall, Mrs. Clyde
Nolan, Mrs. Robert. Hord. Mrs. Ben
Hendrick, Mrs. Ed McMurry. Mrs:
Clias. Lever, and Mrs. Norman Lee
In the back hall were Miss Ka'e
Webb and Mrs. Claude McBrayer,
who directed the guests to the south
parlor. Here the receiving line was
headed by the other hostess. Miss
Elizabeth McBrayer, beautifully
gowned in peach lace. Assisting in
receiving were Mrs. Bobo Scruggs.
Mrs. Briggs, Raleigh, Mrs. Deck
Wilson, Rulherfordton, Mrs. Hor
ace Easo.m, Mrs. Zeno Wall, and
last the dear mother of the home,
Mrs Esther McBrayer.
Misses Isabel Hocy and Elizabeth
Suttle had charge of the register
On the south porch a delightful ler
course w'as served by Mesdames
Grady Lovelace. C. B Suttle. Jr.,
Wythe Royster and Ralph Royster.
Mesdames Brevard Henmessa, Henry
Edwards, and Miss Betty Suttle
served the departing guests with re
freshing punch, the table being
beautifully decorated with yellow
and purple flowers.
A large number of guests called
during the hours.
r.-T. MEETING TO BE
HEED AT FAELSTON 19TII
The Parent-Teachers association
meeting of Fnllston will__be held
Thursday afternoon September .9.
*1 3 o'clock All parents are urged
to be present, says Mrs. C. A Dal
Star Advertising Pays
CLEVELAND HARDWARE CO.
PHONE 73 FIRST
- Oul young and old fancy the'snap brim for
The nonchalant usually turn the hrim down
all around, while others merely droop it in fronU
Thesoft pliant brim of theSc:noBLF.“Suede-Velt”
cau be shafted to suit the whim of the wears
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“CORRECT DRESSERS FOR MEN AND
8E/1VER DAM DOTS
OF CURRENT NEWS
( hutch 'i1fI Sunday School Work
'Special to The Star >
September 17.—We had a splen- ;
did attendance at Sunday .school |
last, Sunday morning and the best
grade we have had for some time.
A committee of the officers and j
teachers along with t^o from each j
class from all departments ha/e
been appointed to meet at the
church next. Sunday morning at!
9:30 to go out and visit the homes!
in the community and extend n
special welcome to Sunday school j
Next. Sunday afternoon Is oar ,
regular preaching service
Our B. Y P U\s seem to be tak
ing on new life. The seniors were j
100 percent present Sunday night
making an average of 95 percent.
The juniors were all present but one
Misses Odessa MeSwain and Ma:v
Lovelace spent last Wednesday aft- ;
eriioon with Mrs. Mary MeSwain
Mrs John Wilson and son, Mil
lard. Mrs Guy Ellis and daughter, j
Pauline, visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. |
Jones of Ellen boro on last Monday. I
Miss Selma Callahan was a guest I
of Misses Mary Lou and Will Ellen
Mr and Mrs. Carl Padgett and i
children spent, last Tuesday night !
with Mrs Padgett's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. John Wilson.
Mr and Mrs. R W. McCurrv and
son, Dan. and daughter. Hannah,
and Mrs. J L. Blanton drove down
after Sunday school Sunday to
Cherrvville and were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCurrv.
They went to Llncolnton Sunday
afternoon to visit Mrs Martha Jar
rell at the hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Edwards a'
tended the birthday last Sunday of
Mr and Mrs. D. J. Glasco and
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A B Humphries Sunday.
Mrs Ollie Blanton and son,
Glenn, visited Mrs. Blanton's moth
er. Mrs. Martha Jarrett at Llneoln
tem Saturday afternoon
Miss Bessie Willis from near Be!
wood visited her cousins, Mesdames
| Ollie Blanton and R W. McCurrv,
the latter part of last week.
An every-other-day letter
| from home will be sent to col
lege students away from home
for the small price of $1.50.
This gives them The Cleve
land Star for less than the
price of a two cent postage
stamp per copy. tf
'Special to The Star')
Double Shoals, Sept. 17.—There
will be a program at the Baptist
church Saturday. All the organiz.i
tions arc giving the program whicn
will begin at 10 o’clock. Dinner will
be served on the ground. The reg
ular monthly preaching and con
ference will be at 3 o'clock, then on
Sunday, Sunday school at 1:45 p
m. and preaching at 3 o’clock every
Messrs. A. D . A. L, T W and
Oliver Spangler have gone to Vir
ginia to investigate the strange dis
appearance of their kinsman, Wll- I
liam Spangler, an ex-service man
who has been missing for several
J. W Costner returned Sunday
night from Chapel Hill where 43
workers a-r!r*Pri the state Sunday
school secretary Perry Morgan in
an eight day Sunday school revival
and enlargement campaign in the
Mt. Zion association.
Mr. and MTs. Clyde Cornwell vis
ited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Cornwell, Sunday.
Miss Grace Champion spent Sat
urday night in Shelby visiting her
friend. Edith Mull.
Miss Mae Eskridge spent Satur
day night, with her sister. Mrs. A. j
L SA < • .s, 1V(> "You M' I u V
It is one thing tn yell quality of merchandise and
quite another thing to produce the goods. This prin
ciple has been the object of our ambition and it does our
hearts good to hear of the thousands who compliment
our stores for better quality and yet at better prices,
LUNCH ROLLS—Paraffine Paper,
Package of 72 Sheets ____
Duerlers Shelled Pecans, 2 ounce glass
Walnut Halves, 3J Ounce Glass_
MOIST — 1 Pound Jars,
Jacob’s Mushrooms. 4 Ounce Cans_,_3fic
Norwegian Sardines, 2} Ounce Tins__ 10c
HEINZ CREAM TOMATO
SOUP — PER CAN ___
- SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY -
SUGAR 10 lbs. for ..62c
QUAKER GRITS, 3 pkgs. for.25c
FRUIT JARS, i Gal. Mason, Doz. $1.15
DAISY CHEESE, Kraft Quality, lb. 29c
Baker's Premium Cocoanut, 4 lb. pkg. 10c
Carolina Stores For Carolina People.
Five full cases, the largest shipment
ever received in Cleveland county.
In keeping with our policy we are giv
ing you the benefit of what we think to be
the most fortunate purchase we made in
LADiLS’ $1.00 SILK BLOOMERS
2 rOR $1.00 OR 50c EACH
Why wear cotton? Our Silk Bloomers
arc just as reasonable.
A. V. WRAY & 6 SONS
“BETTER MERCHANDISE FOR
HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE NEW
We ran across these dresses
in New York—Were thrilled
to find such wonderful styles,
quality and workmanship. You
too will lie delighted to know
you can be so well dressed at
such small cost.
Of course we have loads of
better dresses, but can’t keep
from bragging on these, as
they are so outstanding. You
must see them.
IN ALL THE SEASON’S NEWEST FABRICS.
DISTINCTIVE STYLES IN
New Fall Millinery .
Large - Small and Medium Head
$2.95 t0 $12.50
These hats, and there are many styl
es, take their inspiration from Paris
ian models—creations of felt, adapta
tions in Velvet, Velour and smart
combinations. All shapes simply and
richly ada^ned in the favored colors
of the season.
IN VARIOUS COLORS
$1.00 and $1.50
With all wool novelty sweaters to
match. A large assortment of styles
and colors shown here.
Nothing Adds More To One’s Appearance than one of These
$25.00 t0 $89.50
A nice fur Scarf or Choker neck piece add? much
chic to your fall dress or ensemble. We are show
ing a large variety of select skins. Come in and
select one now so you will have it to wear when
you need it.
FOR EVERY COSTUME
VV e have done our best this season to give the people
of Shelby just the type of Footwear that is shown in
larger cities. By trading in Shelby and here, your
business*will not only be appreciated but you’ll save
money and trouble. Give us a trial before leaving
town to make your purchase.
STRAPS — PUMPS — TIES
SATINS — PUMPS — KIDS
$2.95 $4.95 t0 $9.75
A most complete line of new Fall Enna Jettirk and
Drew Footwear. You needn’t say any longer you can
not be fitted in Shelby. The Paragon is now carrying
a tremendous stock of Footwear in widths from AAA
to EEE’s. We give you proper fit or no sale. Try us
cnce and you’ll come again.
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