- NOW PLAYING
EVELYN BRENT and LOUIS WOLHE1M
Also “BOY FRIEND” COMEDY AND FABLES.
ADMISSION _10 and 23c
SPECIAL NOTICE:—By request and on account of
church services on Wednesday night, we have dis
continued our Bargain Day on Wednesdays.
— YOUR PATRON AGE ALWAYS APPRECIATED —
- COMING MONDAY —
CONSTANCE BENNETT IN
“3 FACES EAST”
Coal & Telephones!
Your telephone and our service form a perfect combin
ation. You’ll he surprised how .quickly our truck can
weigh, load and reach you—if the occasion requires. Of
course it is always best not to wait until the last minute
to order but if it has slipped your mind—
PHONE US - 73 OR 35
Washburn Coal Co.
CLEVELAND HARDWARE CO.
PHONE NO. 73
PHONE NO. 35
TO EE SOLD THIS WEEK FOR
Mr.'.r >*• ■
Here is an opportunity to save from $10 to $15 on
a new velvet rug for your living room.
They are in a select variety of pretty patterns and
designs . . . so effectively colored that they lend
beauty to a whole room and its furnishings.
ALL RUGS ARE 9x12
Make your selections early topiorrow morning . . .
while the assortment is complete.
ANY RUG CAN BE HAD ON EASY TERMS
OPPOSITE BAPTIST CHURCH SHELBY, N. C.
'3^'" •■-••—"“in '
Miss Anne War lick of Belvvi/bd i
spent last week end with Misses j
Corrine and Willie M.,e Huskey, I
Mrs. Jim Houser of Baltimore,.
Md., and sister The.me Waiitck.
Mrs. Lee McEntyre. Miss Givi
Houser and Gus Houser of Vale
spent Monday with M- and Mrs W
H Warlick and family
Mrs. Terry Moore, of Forest City,
and Mr. Robert Harris, who is
spending sometime here with his
grandparents’. Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Harris, left yesterday for Winston-j
Salem. Mr. Harris on business and
Mrs. Moore to visit her aunt, Mrs.!
J. S. Griffith. Site will return home j
Misses Lottie and Myrtle Warren,
of Gastonia, will Spend the Week
end here with Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Hoey. Miss Lottie Warren will return
home Sunday while Miss Myrtle
Warren will remain for two weeks.
She is recuperating after a serious
illness of several months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Erwin, of Great
Falls, S. C., w ill spend the week-end
here as guests of the letter's par-1
ents, Rev. and Mrs. John Suttle.
Mrs. Clyde Short and little
daughter, Patsy, left this morning!
for Rutherfordton to visit Mrs. I
Short's parents, Mr. anti Mrs. J. Lee!
Taylor. Friends hope that Mrs. Tay- j
lor, who is ill, will soon be welij
Mr. Luther McOinty ol the Chick-j
asaw Thread Co., has retumed from!
a business trip to Indianapolis, and j
St. Louts. ' t
Mr. Ab Eskridge, of i.uFayen*. j
Iud., Will arrive this afternoon to:
spend the week-end with his par-]
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Cling .Eskridge, j
Mrs. D! It. Sibley*. of Hartford,!
Conn., will arrive here Monday to;
spend several weeks with her par- j
ents, Rev. and Mrs. John Suttle. j
Mrs. Dick Heuuessa, of Charlotte,
will come to Shelby this afternoon
to spend the week-end with Mrs. P.
L. Hennessa. She will be Joined to
morrow night by Mr. Hennessa who
will spend Saturday might and Sun
day here also. j
Mr. ami Mrs. C. R. Hoey, Jr., of
Canton, will arrive tomorrow to
spend the week-end with the for- j
mer'u parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde:
Hoey, here. 1
Mrs. Major Hopper, Mrs. C. H. ‘
Reinhardt and Mrs. \V. A. Pen
dleton spent yesterday in Charlotte
and remained over last evening to
see tire performance of the Biblical
drama on the boo'; of Ruth by
Annabel Lawrence. given in the
Scottish Rites cathedral
Mr. Ab Jackson is back at home
after a visit to relatives In Port Ar
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Morrison and i
Mrs. Clarence Morrison spent yes-!
terday in Charlotte
Sirs. Charles Hatuc., sister: of j
Mrs. George Blanton, and Mrs. B.J
B. Morgan, sister of Mr. Fred Mor- j
;gan, both of Gaffney, were InrfJbel-j
I by yesterday to attend the party ;
| given by Mrs. B. O. Stephenson in
honor of Miss Millieent Blanton.
| Mr. Ralph Royster will go to
| Greenwood tomorrow to spend the
weeg-end with Mrs. Royster’s par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Mattlson. Mrs.
Royster and little son, Stephen, who!
; have been spending several weeks t
, with Mr -and Mrs. Mattlson will re-'j
; turn home with Mr. Royster on Sun- j
A judge rules that a husband;
must divide his salary with Bus]
S wife, 50-50. Well, it’s high time the j
1 poor old husbands were getting r.'
i break.—Macon Telegraph.
No. 1 Township
News Of Week
iSpecial to Tiie Star.i
, No. 1 Township. Feb. 19.—The
j Camps Creek choir met at the
; church for practice Tuesday night,l
They will ifieet every two .weeks.
Mrs. Rome Duvis and daughter, j
Ferlene, visited Mi's, Julius Price at'
Mrs. M. B. Earls and Mrs. Bert!
i Jolley spent Monday at the honit
of Ernest McCraw.
Miss Wilma Norton was the week
end guest of Misses Daisy and
; Louise Jones.
Mr. Quay Byars of CMKside vls
jited liis mother Sunday. Mrs. W. P.
| Byars, who is very ill with the flu.
The small child of Mr. and Mrs. j
Reeter Bailey ie very Pick at this;
Srv«*l m th» community hv e
the mump* *n4 per* «yw
Mr- *nd Mr*, will Seheler an*
nounce the birth of a sen on Feb*
At The Theaters1
Icy-bays, mow-covered mountains,:
rusy wharves, mad whirls of mod-;
■rn life hi night clubs, quiet sim
plicity of cottages and social tntn-j
jue in mansion drawing rooms are
some of the settings for "The Silver
Horde," Radio Pictures' vivid ro
aian.ee of Alaska, at the Webb thea- j
ire today arid Saturday, The story
is from Rex Beach’s novel of the;
same name. Starred arc Evelyn,
Brent and Louis Wolhclm. Monday
—Constance Bormetl in '3 Faces j
Jack Oakie has done somethingi
lev; motion pictures actors have ever1
lone lie has risen to stardom with-'
3ut ever playing opposite a single
’emintne star. Oakie plays his fourth |
tiarring role In the "Gang Bus&r"
,o«lay and Saturday at the Cam
illa. The other half of the program
ncludes Bob Custer in a thrilled- j
tiled Western and a comedy, ' Open
House." Monday will bring Ruth'
"hatterton in her latest release.
The Right to Love," the first plc
ure ever filmed with the new noise- j
ess recording system. !
Pretty Lupc Velez has been sen
tenced to exile and hard labor for
ife—iu a court room setting for,
■Resurrection." playing today and;
Saturday at the Lyric theatre. Johm
Boles is the prince in the story.
John and Lupc are co-starred In a
production which looms on the film
torlzon as one of the truly big pie
hires of the year, The fiery little,
laughter of Mexico demonstrates
aer ability to express emotional;
irama unusually well In "Resurrec-!
Sion.” ■ . .
Cit-vc 'Em Elbow Koom.
•"What kind of business do you,
think women are fitted for. " j
"M m—Well, 'most any kind ex-.
sept minding their own.”
Martin county fanners sold 10,1341 i
pounds of poultry for $2,•528.60 last,
week saving from 3 to 5 . cents u1
pound by selling cooperatively at1
the poultry car, says T. B. Brandon.!
Church Services |
8ervicw« W be held'
Sunday tit tnf Second Baptist!
thurch in South phejby :
Sunday school at R| II. WU-;
The pastor, Bey. L. 1.. Jccbup, will,
preach at 11 a. m. and, 7, i>- n>. Hisj
subjects will be Debtors”
and “The' Fools Who Arc' Playing a j
Losing Game.” . i
The 15. Y. P. Ug vv;.it fU\vu Sm-;
glcioii in charge will meet at six;
Tire deacons and finance commit
tee will hold their monthly meeting
next Monday night at 7:15.
Regular mid-week prayer service
in Wednesday night at 7:15.
Ella Mill News
Of Current Week
Prayer Merlin; Tonight At llu'iir
of John Wilklr. Fersonal
'Special to Hie Star.'
Feb. 19.— Prayer meeting will' lie.
held at tlie home of Mr. John Wilkie
Mr. Forest Grayson and 'Mr and
Mrs. Joe Ellis and txvo children vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ellis at
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards and
children spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Edwards in Beav
er Dam section.
Miss Tula Mayliye of near Waco
is visiting her niece. Miss Fizzle
Nora Dellinger this week.
Mrs. Will Wehunt and two chil
dren, Erlecn and Onell of near Oak
Grove are visiting, her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Latham Painter.
Mr. Therman Me’ton of Spindale
spent Monday night with Mr.
Mrs. Edgar Oakes is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Zekiel Oakes at Moorcs
Mrs. S. G. Glover and two chil
dren, A. C. and Blanche and Mias
A. G. Lemons of Shelby R-7, were
visitors in the village a few days
this week. ' 3 . :
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morehead and
family spent Sunday in Gastonia
with Mr. Morehead's mother.
Mrs. Joe Camp and little daugh
ter, Janice Lee, spent Sunday after
noon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. V. Ross in the Oak Grove com
Mr. Carl Anthony. Mr. and Mrs.
Adams and family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Adams parents at Ulen
Mr Pink Lackey, Mrs. Cailte
Cmith and Mik Evelyn Smith «ad
Mt- and Mrs. Clyde Be wen* motor
ed t« CrMtonla Sunday. Mr. and Mrt
Bowen are spending the week there
with her sister Mrs Orose.
li you have* t been nors
it will amaac you wh.t
u really l ine 'pcrtnnm.’t
you can yet here for tills
low price 'I hero Is uotio
Skilled e-pcator® tut
in all the rtwe.st ivkxk •
and methods of h a t i
C AM. FOK ArPOr.M
Gravity Beauty Salon
Mayhue’s Place Royster Building
SEABOARD DEPOT WEDNESDAY,
Paying Following Prices:
HEAVY HENS I6je
LEGHORN HENS_ ,. 1 tc
STAGS . ..._..... ... ....... 15c
COCKS . 9c
DUCKS _• __ ... 14c
GEESE . ... . ...... ...... lie
SEABOARD FARMERS MUTUAL
B. AUSTELL, President.
R. W. SHOFFNER, County Agent
Charming frocks copied from higher priced models
. . . , just arrived from the markets. They are the
very latest creations the New York designers have
to offer. Mostly crepe . . . in black and prints and
Sizes for all and even for the hard-to-fit.
Coats of novelty woolens and tweeds picked as fash
ion successes for Spring 1931. Every coat has a
world of detail, including new sleeve variations,
novelty seaming, with fur or fabric collars.
A complete range of sizes.
— WE INVITE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT —
SHE LEY, k C.
rHE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES
WILL BE PAID FEB. 23 TO 28:
heavy hens i«ic
LEGHORN HENS ... ._ 7' 14c
SOFT-MEAtEl) CHICKENS ..... 161c
STAGS ... _. _ . 12c
OLD ROOSTERS .... '"“2" Sc
DECKS AND GEESE_ 10c
YOUNG TURKEYS _ * 20c
OLD TOMS ..... 17c
SAM UDELL, Manager
RHONE 149 — SEA HOARD DEPOT
SHELBY, N. C.
THE BEST AND WORST IN MAN
V Mighty-Conflict of UoU> an,'
Soul Woven Into ;i (treat Dram:;!
SENSATIONAL PRODUCTION WITH
Supported by NAM E O'NEIL
W illiam Kcigley, Rose Tepley
Count Leo Tolstoy’s World Famous Storv Brought Te
the Talking Screen in All l(s Throbbing Vitality.
TODAY & SAT.
W ATCH FOR
During the week many more of
Spring’s newest styles in Ladies’ and
Misses Coats, Dresses and Hats have
been received and now we are show
ing the most complete lines ever off
ered in this section. The prices on
this merchandise have never been
Don’t say you can’t afford the Dress
or Coat you would like to have until
you have seen our showing . . . Just
the garments wanted at prices easily
within your reach.