Sunday School Remembers South
Mountain Institute, Holiday
i Special to The Star.)
Double Springs—The pageant
given by the Sunday school last
Friday night at the church was well
attended. Much credit is due Mrs.
A. L. Calton for the fine way in
which it was presented.
The Sunday school decided to
give their gifts this year to the
%outh Mountain Institute. Quite a
glee gift of eatables and money was
lent to them Chrtstmas day. Also
the Sunday school remembered
some of the older people of the
home department with nice boxes
of fruits and candy.
Miss Vera Dixon from Thomas
ville is spending the Christmas
holidays with her mother, Mrs.
Miss Imogene Wilscn who
teaches at the Soutli Mountain In
stitute ... is spending a few days at
Mr. and Mrs. M. Brooks had ns
«eir guests Christmas day Mr. and
rs. Berry McSwaln and daugh
ter, and Miss Tinsey, Mr, and Mrs.
Elijah Brooks and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Gold and daugh
ter, Mrs, John Gold. Mr. and Mrs
Shtjman McSwain and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Grigg and children.
' Mrs. Lula Hamrick, Miss Vera
Dixon and Dr. Ji. C. Dixon were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Washburn Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Greene
and children from Charlotte visited
*£r. and Mrs, Gilead Green dur
Jjhg the Christmas holidays,
t Friends of Miss Sybil Hamrick,
(daughter of Mr. E. M. Hftmricrk
Is a Prescription for
Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue,
Bilious Fever and Malaria.
; It U the most speedy remedy «nown.
Dr. D. M. Morrison,
Eyes Examined, Glasses
Fitted and Repaired.
Located Downstairs Next
To Haines Shoe Store.
NO NEED FOR HAIR
Little Sister said to Bro
ther Tommy that she be
lieved Santa Claus ought to
'have a hair cut, to which
Tommy replied: “No Sis,
what he needs is to have
his ears moved down about
There’s no need for you
to move around unneces
sarily in filling your gas !
and oil requirements. Right
here you can get SIN
CLAIR and OPALINE pro
ducts that defy competi
tion. Sinclair superiority is
after all simply a matter of j
quality, plus scientific re- ;
j will be 'interested to learn oi her
I marriage last Friday evening to Mr.
TalmaRe Edwards of Mooresboro.
They will make their home at
Monroe where Mr. Edwards holds a
Mr. and Mrs.. Garlan Washburn
of Newton spent Christmas with
Rev and Mrs. D. G. Washburn.
Miss Julia Jones from Bolling
Springs Junior college is spending
the holidays with Mr and Mrs.
J. S. Gillespie.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Greene, Mr.
Erinan Greene, and Miss Francis
Greene spent Christmas day with
Mr. and Mrs, A. V. Washburn of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones and son
Paul of Brevard, spent Thursday
night with Mr, and Mrs. Durham
Messrs. Bob and Newlan Lattt
more are home from*the Bailey's
Military school for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Greene and
family, Mr. and Mrs, Odus Greene
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Gold of Chrfctsnee, Mr. and Mrs.
Yates Grecae of Shelby. Mr. and
Mrs. George Daughterly and fam
ily of Cov.pesis and Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Greene and daughter Evelyn
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Greene Christmas day.
Misses Eliza Brocks and Bertha
Hawkins spent Sunday with Miss
Lighthouses In U. S.
Are On The Increase
Wall Street Journal.
When thinking of lighthouses,
one usually pictures to himself a’
dreary prom: ntory on the sea coast
with the turbulent waves dashing
against the teadfast rock, on which
is perched in precarious-looking
position the lighthouse. But the day
of progress »s here and besides the
task qf lighting the way for mari
ners, the bmtsau oi lighthouses, de
partment of commerce, lias to see
to it that those new sailors the "pil
ots of the au’’ are guided unerring
ly on their way over the air routes
of the counT v For this purpose the
bureau of i.ghthouses has the air
ways division. This section of the
bureau had In employment on
June 30, 1939, 1.180 meal, During the
ftscal year ended with June 30,
last, 10 additional radio beacons
! were established and 12 stations
were under < oust ruction, total in
I operation or June 30 being 64.
' About 4,260 additional miles of air
i ways were i'.'l ted, covering 17 dif
! ferent routes, At the close of the
! fiscal year : 1,163 miles of airways
i were provided with aids to navaga
! tion. including 1.406 lighted bca
: cons and seven radio ranges.
Very 111 At Home
Mr, Ha.vne PaUerso Is seriously
!li r.t his home at Patterson 'Springs
lie Is suffering with a long standing
stomach trouble and relatives say
that during Christmas he was dan
gerously 111, but, rallied somewhat
yesterday. Mr. Patterson Is one of
the leading farmers of No. 3 Tow n
R. A. Wilder of Knightdale, route
one, Wake county, won the South
ern Railway silver trophy cup for
the best ten ears of corn produced
in the South this season.
Publication Or Summons.
North Carolina. Cleveland county.
In the superior court, before t' c
The County of Cleveland, No: tit
Carolina, plaintiff. ys. A, L. Wall
and wife. Affie Wall, and all ;e.
sons claiming any Interest in the
subject matter of this action, de
All persons claiming any interest
in the subject matter of this action
will takf notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenc
ed in the superior court of Cleve
land county. N. C„ to foreclose tax
sale certificates for Cleveland coun
ty for the tax for the years 19?5 m
1927, owned and held by the plain
tiff against real property in Cleve
land county, the said real property,
the subject matter of this action, be
ing described as follows:
That. 72 1-2 acres lying in No. U
township, Cleveland county de
scribed by metes and bounds in the
deed made to A. U, Wall by A. N
Hunt and ethers on September 27,
1920, by deed recorded in
‘ EFE" page 489. of the register’s of
fice of Cleveland county, N > „h
That said unknown party or par
ties aforesaid are proper and neces
sary parties to said action and tht
relief demanded consists of in ex
cluding the aforesaid defendants
and all persons claiming any inter
est in the subject matter of this
action from any actual or con*'-rent
interest in or hen upon said reel
property, and said persons will fur
ther take notice that they are re
quired to appear before the clerk
of the superior court of Cleveland
county at the court house, in Shelby.
N. C,, on the 10th day of January,
I®30. and answer or demur to the
complaint ot the plantiffs and writh
ing six months from the date of this
notice to set up their claim in the
subject matter of this action, if
any, otherwise they shall be forever
barred and foreclosed of any and all
interest or claim in or to the prop
erty and the proceeds received from
the sale thereof.
This December 12. 1929
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Su
perior Court. Cleveland
County <t .13
HEW DUKE PLANT
Announcement Made By Dr. Few
That ft Will Be Occupied
made recently by President W. P.
Few, of Duke university, that the
new plant of the university, 'consist*
ing ol' a large group of stone build
ings of dothlc design, will be occu
pied next September. The new uni
versity plant has been under con
struction for nearly three years,
work having been started early in
The moving of oil departments of
the university to the new home
means that the old campus facili
ties, including its group of 12 hand
some new' buildings completed three
years ago, will be available the next
academic year for the usess of the
Coordinate College for Woman. All
other departments of the university
Will be moved during the coming
summer to the new’ unit that is be
ing built on the adjoining 4,000
First of the structures on the
new campus to be used will be the
hospital with 400 beds and the out
patient clinic which will begin oper
ation on July 1. The School of Med
icine will admit carefully selected
first and third year students on the
following October 1. This school has
equipment and laboratories for 300
students, and is headed by Dr. W.
C. Davison, dean.
The other departments of the un
iversity—the college, the graduate
and professional schools of law,
theology, and arts and sciences—
will open at the new plant on Sep
tember 24, it was stated
With the beginning of tire next
academic year the college for wom
en will take over the presently uni
versity-occupied plant. Tlie new
college will Unit to 250 the number
; of students to be admitted to the
freshman class. The processes of
selective admission will be used in
accepting students for both the col
leges and all the graduate and pro
fessional schools, thus at another
point is the expansion of Duke be
ing crrried out In the spirit of the
hope expressed by James B. Duke,
who said in making his far-teach
ing gift to the institution: "I rec
ommend that great care and dis
crimination be exercised in admit
ting as students only those whose
previous records shows a character,
! determination. and application
evincing a real ambition for life.”
Regarded as the greatest univer
sity construction progr'm ever un
dertaken at one time, the completc
ed university plant will be modern
in respect to appointments and
equipment, affording students am
ple facilities iw study, research,
and recreation in the midst of
Mt. Sinai People
Dewey Rollins And Miss Essia Hunt
Are Married In Gaffney.
(Special to The Start
.Shelby R-2.—Everybody seems to
be haying a merry Christmas in
spite of the unusually cold weather
A large crowd attended the
Christmas tree and program at Mt.
Sinai Tuesday evening.
Mr. Dewey Rollins and Miss Es
sie Hunt surprised tlieir many
friends by motoring to Gaffney and 1
getting married Saturday evening.
Mfs. Rollins is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Hunt cf this com
munity. She received her education
at Shelby high school and at Boil- ■
ing Springs junior college and is a
very attractive and accomplished
young woman. Mr. Rollins is the!
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rollins, a j
young niffn of sterling worth end
one of the most promising young!
farmers of this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hawkins of:
High Point spent Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hawkins.
Mr. Clive Harrlll is at home for j
the Christmas holidays.
Miss Norine Rollins spent a few
days in Gaffney recently.
Mr. Taft Putnam of Durham is
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. i
Miss Eugenia and Maude Rollins
are at home to spend this week. j
Mr. Milan Bridges is at home
from New York for the Christmas
Miss Iva Edwards of Spring Hope
is visiting Miss Eugenia Rollins this
Mr. and Mrs. L. E Weaver of
Gaffney spent Christmas day in
Miss Edna Putnam is at home
from Boiling Springs school for the
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Hanes ot!
Morganton visited Mr. and Mr? j
Will Weaver and other relatives in
this community during Christmas.
James. There goes the old rascal
w’ho swindled me out of $10,000
Mary: How did he do that?
James: He wouldn't let me marry
Star Advertising Pays'
City Schools Will Take
Up Again On January 2nd
Pupils of lire cily schools and the
75 teachers are enjoying the Christ
mas holidays, the out-of-town
teachers visiting their homes in
various places. On January 2 the
city schools will res’ime their work
and on that day. approximately 3.
00 sOchool children will trek back
to their class rooms.
Superintendent B. L. Smith is
sues the following greetings and ap
peal to the patrons of the Shelby
‘I heartily extend to you the sea
The schools of Shelby belong to
you. They stand ready to serve your
every interst to the utmost of their
capacity. Every employee from sup
erintendent to janitor is a public
servant and as such endeavors to
render the highest possible service;
In a changing civilization such as
we live in schools must change. It
will be the fixed purpose of those
who administer the schools and
those who teach in them to see to it
that they themselves keep pace with
the advancing strides of the times.
May I not confidently hope that
for the sake of the childhood of
this town, you take stock of the
educational assets of the commun
ity, discard the worthless, and re
stock with that which will serve the
demands and needs of the town?
When peved highways, fast me JF j
automobiles, electric lights, radios,
and airplanes are the order of the
day, may it not be hoped that the
pathways of knowledge ar1 the ave
nues of thought be mrdc smooth
and that the illumination of the
spirit be facilitated?
Realizing that educational and
spiritual needs of a community
stand next to the needs for food,
clothing, end shelter, may we not
all highly resolve to re-dedlcjite our
selves to the task of suoplying
these fundamenta end im.TCOtlve
Girl Leaves Dolls
To Become Aviatrix
Los Angeles. — Twelve-year-old
Pretto Bell. Los Angeles school girl,
Is learning to> fly. She gave up her
dolls three years ago to play
around with airplanes. Constantly
Importuning her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Bell of Beverly Hills, to
permit her to take flying lessons,
attempts to dissuade her were use
less. Even a tour of Europe was
turned down In favor of the air.
So today she is perhaps the
youngest aviation student in the
Too young to take up actual Hy
ing instruction, under department
of commerce regulations, she is en
rolled in the ground school of the
Curtiss-Wrlght Flying Service and
after two years, when she becomes
14, will be special dispensation to
begin flight training. A pilots li
cense cannot be obtained, however;,
until the age of 13^ reached.
The girl was born in Charleston,
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in an execution
issued by the clerk of superior court
for Cleveland county. North Caro
lina, in the action entitled, "R. C.
Gold and G. A. Bridges, trading as
Gold and Bridges vs. Joseph Huss
and wife,, Rachel Huss. I will, on
Monday, January 6, 1930, at 10:00
o'clock a. m. or within legal hour3
at the court house dor in Shelby,
Cleveland county, North Carolina
sell to the highest bidder for cesh
to satisfy said execution the follow
ing real estate:
Beginning at a small persimmon
on the north side of the creek and
runs S. 77 3-4 t. 102 1-2 poles to a
stone; thence S. 32 E. 40 poles to a
gum at the edge of the swamp;
thence N. 66 E. 20 1-2 poles to a
stake; thence N. 8 3-4 W. 89 1-2
poles to a stake; thence N. 46 1-2 |
W. 133 3-4 poles to a hickory; j
thence S 2 1-2 W. 58 3-4 poles to a
stone; thence S. 12 W. 74 poles to
the beginning, containing 84 1-2
acres, more or less,, and being the
same land conveyed by G. S, Ware
and wife to Joseph Huss by deed.,
dated 22 nd day of September, 1902
as will appear on record in the
register of deeds office for Cleve- ■
land county in book SS at page 355.
This the 22nd day of November,
T. M. ALLEN, Sheriff.
J. R. Davis, Atty.
Organize A Club
Will Develop Themselves In A So
cial Way. Banquet Is Planned
(Special To The Star.)
Ellenboro, Dec. 26.—To develop a
better school spirit and the highest
social relationship between students
the Ellenboro High school students
met in the school and organized a
Student's Body Club last Friday
when Professor Curtis Price who
heads the Ellenboro school was pre
sented with a beautiful ink stand
and pen, by the teachers of the
school, and when the high school
students were given a Christmas
treat at the expense of the high
The purpose of the club is to de
velop the students in a social way,
and to this end a banquet for the
whole high school was one of the
things discussed to be on the pro
gram of work for the year. In ad
dition to teaching reading, writing
and arithmetic, surely, it is the duty
of our modern high schools to teach
students how to conduct themselv
es at social gatherings, and how to
rssociate with members of our co
operative society in the highest pos
After short talks from all mem
bers of the high school faculty and
many students at the very begin
ning of the meeting as to the value
of such a club and the advisability
of (organizing the following students
were elected to be its officers:
George Bland, president; Jesse Har
rill, vice-president; Ethel McKinney
secretary-treasurer, and Kathleen
Cigaret smoking by women is
frowned upon by Mrs. Ida Pratt. 91,
of Denver. She preiers cigars or a
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of W. T. McSwain,
late of Cleveland county, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to present
them to the undersigned at Slylby,
North Carolina on or before the
21st dry of December,, 1930. or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make im«
This the 21st day of December,
LEILA McSWAIN, Adminis
trator of the estate of W. T.
Peyton McSwain, Atty.
*1 was so weaV," says Mrs.
Josephine Cockcroft, of
Baldock, 8. C., "that I waa
not able to do anything.
times, I suffered
pains in my back
and sides. My
head would hurt
—felt like it
would split open.
Spells of weak
ness would last
"I read of Car
duL' I sent for a
bottle and began
takine it My
caae was stubborn, and at
times I almost lost hope,
but I could see a little im
provement At last I began
to feel much better. Then I
. improved rapidly. For the
last year I have been in
better health than I ever
have been before.
"I rive the credit to Car
dui, for alter I had giv- ^
en it a tnorougn
trial. I got
Tab TWfo.d'. BLACK-DRAUGHT
KINGS MOUNTAIN WOMAN
PRAISES PEARSON’S HERB TONIC AND SYSTEM
Mrs. Lillie E. Reynolds writes as follows: "For a long time I suffered
dreadful with stomach trouble, and I had Indigestion and 1 was so
nervous 1 could hardly stand my children around me. I would have
dreadful-swtmmy headed spells and I was in an awful run down
condition and bothered lots with constipation, and I began talcing
PEARSON'S HERB TONIC AND SYSTEM CLEANSER, taking sev
eral bottles, and now I am doing all my work and I feel like a new
woman. I heartily recommend TEAR SON’S HERB TONIC to anv
uuc fruuenng a* i chi
Mrs. Lillie K. Reynolds,
Kings Mountain, N. C,
R. F. D. 4, Box 25.
At all well stocked Drug Stores
and Dealers in Medicine.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
Under and by virtue of authority
conferred by deed of trust executed
by O. E. Stewart and wife, Emm,
Stewart, to the First National Bank
of Durham. North Carolina, trustee,
j dated the 15th day of August, 1928
; and recorded m book 150, page 338
| in the office of the register of deedr
j of Cleveland county, the First Na
| tlonal bank of Durham. North
I Carolina, trustee, will at 12 o’clock
j noon on
Friday, January 10, 1930
| at the court house door of the su
! perior court of Cleveland co^i,y, m
Shelby, North Carolina, sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder, the following described
Beginning at a stake in the north
west edge of Peachtree Street, the
southeast corner of the Sam Wilson
lot, and runs thence with the south
line of the Sam Wilson lot north
58% west 100 feet to a stake; thence
south 31% west 66 feet to a stake in
the R. L. Mauney lot; thence with
the north line of the said lot south
58% east 100 feet to a stake in the
northwest edge of Peachtree street;
thence with said edge of said street
north 31% east 66 feet to the place
of beginning. Same being a part of
lot No. 4 of the M. L. Borders prop
erty, a plat of which property is o£
record in book of plats No. 1 at
page 72 in the office of the register
of deeds of Cleveland county, North
This sale Is made on account of
default in the payment of the In
debtedness secured by said deed of
This 5th day of Dec. 1929.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
DURHAM, NORTH CARO
II. W. Cobb, jr., attorney.
State of North Carolina, Cleveland
County—In Superior Court.
Edna Dudley, Plaintiff
J D. Dudley, Defendant.
The defendant, J. D. Dudley, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the superior court of Cleveland
county. North Carolina, by the
plaintiff to obtain a divorce ab
solute from the bonds of matrimony
upon statutory grounds, and the
said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the clerk of
the superior court of said coun'.y in
the court house in Shelby. North
i Carolina, within 30 days from the
date of the first publication of this
| notice, or within the time provided
1 by law, and answer or demur to (he
j complaint of the plaintiff m .aid
; action or the plaintiff will apply to
j the court for the relief demanded
i in said complaint.
This the 3rd day of December,
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk of
; Superior Court.
; J. C. Whisnant, Atty. for plaintiff.
•»ADE IN CABOUHi*
EAGLE ROLLER MILL CO.
SHELBY. N. C.
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$2.00 A Bushel At The Mill. ■
Eagle Roller Mill Company
JUST HALF THE
QUANTITY FOR A CUP
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— SALE —
Special Prices On
Everything From Now
Until January 10th
MANY THINGS AT COST AND
LESS — COME IN AND LE'P US
$15.00 Elgin Watches $10.00
$10.00 Westfield Watches $ 5.00
$ 5.00 vMesh Bags $ 2.50
BIG REDUCTION on SILVER
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