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20,000 People Read Star Want Advs-The Cost Is Small; Resul's Cood
Rates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
Thiis size l cent per word each Insertion.
Thig size type 2c per word each insertion.
This size type 3c per word each insertion.
Babbiting service. See
us for all parts.
Mauney Auto Parts
FOR SALE: PAIR HEAVY
farm mules, formerly owned by Jim
Porter. See Mrs. L. L. Roberts, route
1, Shelby. 3t 25 p
J• O TAYLOR’S TAXI SERV~
ice, located with Sellers Shoe Shop,
phone 602—night phone 600 Shoe
repairing at new low prices Sellers
Shoe Shop, in the building recently
vacated by Chas. A. Hoey, North La
Fayette street. tf 21c
WATCH. CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing U O. Daria, next door to
Eflrd’s 1 appreciate your patron
age. large or smalt tf 16c
SEVERAL GOOD WATCHES TO
be sacrificed for cash. They can be
seen at George Alexander’s.
12t Jan 30p
CALL 832 AND LET U% SEND
for your car and Wash or Grease it
for 75c each, The Auto Inn, next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tf 30c
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
tirere in Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer, S. I
Washington St,, Shelby. tf 25c i
' LOST- SATURDAY NIGHT. 8
month old collie pup. White and
yellow. Answers to name “Jack.”
Return to Perry McSwain, R-l,
Lattimore and get reward. 4t 18p
Specials -For Friday
Fresh Ground Coffee, 2
Pounds for ___25c
10 lbs. Pinto Beans_45c
10 lbs. Sugar ___55c
10 lb#. Com Meal__25c
3 cans Black Eyed Peas _ 25c
Quart Jar Pickles__30c
1 lb. Peanut Butter ___15c
Salt Fish, 3 lbs. for _____ 25c
R. H. CHAMPION
SOUTH SHELBY 2t-23c
SEVERAL THOUSAND BEST
grade cabbage plants for saje atX\
B. Elliott store, on Shelby-Polkvillo
JOB PRINTING OF
all kinds at lower
prices than you have
ever paid. Phone 11
or 4-J and lpt us give
you an estimate o n
your next printing
WE WANT TO BUY
Scrap Cotton. D. A.
Beam Co. * 3t-20e
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WILSON BIO BOLL PLANTING
seed, first year from breeder. I have
.-ix hundred bushels of Wilson Big
Boll Planting seed staple one inch
or better, 10 to 16 days earlier than
other varieties, and big yield per
acre. Will sell for $1.00 per bushel or
exchange one bushel for 2 1-2 bush
els other seed. These seed have
been cleaned and graded. O. V.
Hamrick, Shelby, N. C., RFp No.
3. 4t 30c
CAR OF SEED
Oats. Prices to move.
D. A. Beam Co. Phone
DOES YOUR ROOF
Leak? See J. W. Den
ton, Hoey Ant., rear
Postoffice. He posi
tively guarantees his
work. Phone 4-J.
FOR JOB PRINTING OF ALL
KINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
WANTED ORDERS TO PAINT
family coat of arms and decorate
your wedding Invitations. Mrs. P. L.
Hennessa. « 20c
BORED and' honed.,
p i s t o n s and hub's.
Mauney Auto Pa^s
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM
house. Apply C. S. Young. tf 16c
FOR RENT:’ THREE UN FUR
nished room*. Apply 235 E. Graham
street. 3t 36c
DON'T LET YOUR
repair jobs cost you
too much, see Mauney
Auto Palis Co. tfc
~MAN WANTED: FOR RAW
lelgh route of 800 consumers in part
of Gastonia and nearby localities.
Reliable hustler can start earning
$35 weekly and Increase ‘every
month. Write immediately. Raw
lelgh Co., Dept NC-4-52-S, Rich
mond, Va. It 25p
FOR LETTER HEADS. ENVEL
OPES—IN FACT ALL KINDS OF
IOB PRINTING—PHONE NO. IL
FOR WOOD SAWING, SEE P. P.
Jjltubbs, or telephone 718. lot 25p
FOIt’sALE OR TRADeTa FARM
twelve miles west of Rutherfordton,
N. C., consisting of four hundred
acres good land, fifty in cultivation,
three hundred thousand feet good
timber, one six room house, good
water power, good road and lies
well. Will trade for good stock of
merchandise. K. E. Simpson, Ruth
erfordton, N. C. 2t 25c
Dover P. T. A. Has
Her. 1* L. Jessup Talks. Mrs. Stroup
Discusses Affiliation With Na
(Special to The Star.)
The Parent-Teacher association of
the Dover school held its'first reg
ular meeting Monday p. m. at 3;00,
Mrs. C. M. Stroup presiding for Mrs. >
Pritchard, the president.
The meeting was called to order
and turned over to the program
committee. The subject “Health”
was cleverly carried out in rules,
songs and readings, the various
grades contributing. Rev. L. L. Jes
sup, pastor of South Shelby Bap
tist church gave an intereslng and
constructive talk on "Selecting
Ideals for P. T. A.” This was built
around the child, 4 square, the ideals
for the child in home, school,
church and community. Emphasis
was evident throughout his talk on
how the parent and teacher with
similar alms from a clear and def
inite understanding of the bond be
tween them—parent and teacher—
could contribute to the child’s high
ideals of living which would last
through life. Here he paid tribute
in a fine way to the four fold work
of P. X- A.
After the program the business
session was held. Thirty-two an
swered to roll call. The president,
Mrs. Pritchard, announced that the
constitution would be ready for
adoption by the next meeting. She
will have the different committees
and grade mothers selected by the
next meeting also. The third Mon
day at 3 p. m. was the time set for
regular meetings except when the
association observed “Fathers Night
and Founders Day.” Those dates to
be voted on later.
Mrs. C. M. Stroup spent a few
minutes in discussing state and na
tional affiliation, the value of using
circulating P. T. A, library, informa
tion of the P. T. A. institutes held
each year during July-August at N
C. O. W., Black Mountain and Uni
versity of North Carolina. The meet
ing of the annual convention of
state P. T. A. at Wilmington dur
ing November. Here she urged that
the association send a delegate, for
it is during these meetings interest
is created, enthusiasm caught, vi
sion broadened to the possibilities
of a standard P, T. A. After the
meeting adjourned the teachers
served fruits and delicious home
That the Dover school P. T. A.
will succeed Is evident through the
interest and loyalty of Its fine fac
ulty and a determined stick-to-it
iveness promised by the parents.
Hurled grapefruit misses Rudy
Vallee.—News item. Ours usually
hits us without even being hurled.—
Having qualified as executors of the
will qf C. C. Hamrick deceased, late of
Cleveland county. North Carolina, thte le
to notify aU peraone having claims against
the estate of said deceased to exhibit came
itemised and verified to the undersigned,
at Shelby, North Carolisa, on or btfore
the 25th day of February. 1939. or this
notice will-be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons Indebted" to 'said estate
will please make 'ifemedlate- payment tt> Us*
of such Indebtedness.
This the 94th dav of February, 1931.
P. B. HAMRICK,
C. O. HAMRICK, Executors.
Newton & Newton, AUvs. 6t Fab ,55c
Events Of Week
Miss Terry McSwain and Earl Brid
ges Marry. Betty Pyron tin
(Special to The Star.)
Beaver Dam, Feb. 24.—Members
from our B. Y. P. U's accompanied
our pastor to his church, Mt. Zion,
in the Gaston association and pre
sented tiie pageant, ‘The Vision of
Service” on last Sunday night Mrs.
N. B. Lee of Lattimore who has fav
ored us with her service as soloist
in the presentation of this play and
husband. Mr. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Ledford of Shelby and Mr. Dave
Houser and several parents from
our community also accompanied us.
The miny friends of Miss Tercy
McSwain and Mr. Earl Bridges will
be interested in the announcement
of their marriage on last Saturday
afternoon. They were accompanied]
to Oaffney by Mr. Truman Bridges
and Misses Ella Mae Wilson and
Tenny McSwain. The bride was
lovely in a tan crepe dress with all
accessories to match.
The bride is the youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. Mary McSwain and a
student of Lattimore high school.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs
C. M. Bridges and a promising
The happy young couple are now
at the home of the groom’s par
ents. They Have the best wishes of
their friends for a long and happy,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bridges enter
tatned at dinner Saturday evening
in honor of their son. Earl, and
bride. A bountiful dinner was serv
ed. Only a few close friends were
Misses Libby and Zola McCurry
spent the night. Wednesday night
at the bedside of their aunt. Mrs.
O. T. Garrett and Mr. Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spangler and
family of Zion community were din
ner guests Sunday in the home of '
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Glascoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Callahan
and children spent Sunday with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Mrs. Daisy Mitchem and son-in
law, Mr. Carver Blanton, of ahelby,
visited Mrs. J. L. McCurry awhile
Miss Lena Bridges is very sick at
this writing. We hope for her a
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Francis and
little son, Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Mat
Robbins and little daughter, Fran
cis, of Caroleen visited their aunt,
Mrs. J. L. McCurry Sunday after
Mr. R. W. McCurry and daughter
and son, Miss Libby and Mr. Dan,
attended the funeral of Mr. Char
lie Hamrick at Shelby Sunday aft
Miss Tenny McSwaln and EUie
Mae Wilson spent Friday night
with Miss Tency McSwain. ,
Misses Eliza Brooks, Ruby Wash
bum and Messrs. Olin Greene and
DuFayo Bridges of the Double
Springs section visited Miss Mertice
Bridges Sunday afternoon.
Under Serious Operation
Miss Cecelia Padgett, student of
Limestone college. Gaffney. spent
the week-end at home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Padgett.
Utile Miss Betty Pjrron, small
daughter of Mrs. J. B Pyron under
went a serious operation at the
Shelby hospital one day last week
We are glad to note she Is getting
along as well as could be expected
We hope for her a speedy recovery
Mrs. J. L. Taylor of Greensboro
visited Mr. and Mrs. 6. E Jones and
family a few days last week.
Mrs. Zeb Blanton and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blanton and
little daughter, Patsy Ann, and Mrs.
Palmer McMurry of Ora mill vil
lage visited tkr. and Mrs. 8. A. Jar
rett and mother, Mrs. D. h, Jarrett
In Charlotte Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. L. Taylor of Greensboro
and Mrs 8. E. Jones spent the day
Thursday with Mrs. Taylor’s aunt,
Mrs. J, L. MoOurry and daughter,
Mrs. J. L. Blanton and Mr. Blan
Mr. w. H. Humphries is sick at
this writing. We hope he will soon
be out again.
Miss Zola McCurry was the spend
the night guest of Miss Clara Kiser
in Shelby Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus McSwain
spent awhile Sunday night with Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Hamrick.
The senior B. Y. P. U. male quar
tet of Beaver Dam rendered a num
ber of favored selections at Poplar
Springs Sunday morning. The quar
tet is composed of the following:
Messrs. Albert McGinnis, first tenor,
Gilbert McGinnis, second tenor.
Ralph Callahan, first bass, Trumim
Bridges, second bass.
Friends of Miss Francis Doggett
surprised her with a party on Sat
urday night. The evening was en
joyed by all. Several young folks
from Double Springs attended this
Reslnnol prevents little coughs
front growing big—it stops big
coughs from racking your body—it
allows roughened throats to heal
and get well.
Used in hospitals for 20 years.
Safe, non-habit-forming, nothing
to upset stomach or diet. Price, 50c.
By the mqffert of Unguentine
By the mqjfert of Vnguentlne
Teachers and officers meeting will
meet at the home of our superin
tendent, Mr. Ed Humphries and Mrs.
Humphries. Everyone is urged to at
tend if possible.
Pensions: Increase from $100 to
$363 a year pensions of widows of
Confederate veterans who married
before January 1. 1880, and who were
the first wives of such veterans.
Embalming: Setting out qualifica
tions, of applicant for embalming li
cense and removing three member*
of state board of health from state
board of embalmers
Forest Fires: To make a county
not participating with state in for
est lire control liable for cost of
lighting when fire sweeps from »
non-cooperating couuty to one which
Women are poor losers—when it
comes to dieting.
Having this day qualified *• exaeutm
of th* estate Of F N Gardner. late of
Cleveland county. Worth Carolina, this t«
to notify all pereeme having claim* against
the said cites* to present them to me
properly proven on or before the 33rd dev
of Februery, 1»33. or thle notice will be
pleaded in b*r of any recovery thereof
All person* owing the said estate will
please make Immediate settlement to the
undersigned. This Feb. 33rd, 1831.
L CLEMENTINE GARDNER, Route
4, Shelby. Executrix of F. N. Gard
ner, Estate. St Feb 33#
Servigps for the Shelby circuit.
Sunday March 1st. are announced
as follow# by Rev. R. L ForMa.
® Bethel—Sunday school 9:48, 2.
F, Cranford, aupt. Preaching at 11
o’clock by the pastor.
Salem—Sunday school 3 p. to.,
Fied Anthony aupt. Preaching ut a
o'clock by the pastor. A visiting
chair Is to be with us at Salem and
sing for us. If you enjoy good sing
ing be sure and come.
China is never going to be a fully
civilised country until her bandits
become racketeers.—Louisville Times
The Wickersham report is a bril
liant example of how to fire a blun
derbus and miss the bull's-eye —At
Checks Colds at once with 666
Take it as a preventive.
Use 666 Salve for Babies.
In connection with the settling of this estate we
are now offering our entire stock of hundreds of thous
ands of evergreens, shrubs and fruit trees at very low
MANY PLANTS AT ONE-HALF AND LESS THAN
This is one of the oldest and largest nurseries in
North Carolina having been in business over 40 years.
We know how to dig and pack so plants will reach you
in the best of condition.
Write for price list or come to nursey and make
This is one of the greatest opportunities ever offer
ed for home owners of North Carolina to beautify their
grounds at a nominal cost.
JOHN A. YOUNG A SONS
GORREL ST. EXT. — BELL TELEPHONE 5202
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Evem new Ford is equipped with
tour Houdaiile double-acting
hgdrmuiie shock absorbers
ONE of the fine thing* about driving the new Ford fa the
way it take* you over the mile* without strain or fatigue.
No matter how long the trip, you know it will bring you
safely, quirkly, comfortably to the journey's end.
The seats are generously wide, deeply cushioned «»d
carefully designed to conform to the curves of the body.
Every new Ford has specially designed springs four
Houdaiile double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers*
These work both ways —- up and down. They absorb tha
force of rbad shocks and also provide a cushion against
the rebound of the springs.
Other features that make the new Ford a value far
above the price are the Triplex shatterproof glass wind,
shield, silent, fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, more
than twenty ballymd roller bearings, extensive use of
fine steel forgings, aluminum pistons, chrome silicon
alloy valves, torque-tube drive, Rustless Steel and
unusual accuracy in manufacturing.
In addition, you save many dollars because of the
low first cost of the new Ford, low cost of operation and
up-keep, and low yearly depreciation.
1®W PBICBS OF IOBI CABS
$430 to $630
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TOOTS AND CASPER—
Springing The Surprise.
, HELLO.DICk'.THIS © CASPER.'.
' HAS everybody arrived at
THE CAFE FOR MY PARTY?
THATS FINE! I CAN-T4ET
TOOTS TO ACCOMPANY ME
thereto brvn&the whole
CROWD OUT HERE*. CALL.
eOME.TAY\© AND HURRY
C I OUTl rLL BE WAITING
< FOR You’. .
1 DIDN'T INTEND TO 40
OUT WITH TtX) TONIGHT,
CASPER., BUT I WIU.:
IT S NOT MY i
To *5>TAV MAD,.
at anybody 1
NOT 40 out!
THAT I 40 OUT
WITH YOU. AND I
READY YOU WAWT
k TO STAY HOME]-,,
ON YOUR WEDDtN^
l ANNIVERSARY, z'—
*— TOOT*'. s~l HOW LON^r
HAVE YOU BEEN _
I’Ll. BET IT
CAMPER, Yo*JttS A DARUN^!
"rwe <5URPR\e>m party was wonderful*
FORGIVE ME FOR BEIKUj MAP AT YOUi
6t&G., WE HAD A *3WELL PARTY!
EVERYBODY HAP LOTS- or FUN*
THE WHOLE CROWD
*TAWE NOTICE WHEN
1 PRESENTED YOU
f WITH THAT WRIST
WATCH A<3> AN
i ANNIVERSARY „
ivin* ream res syndicate, Inc,
Great Britain rights reaerved.
SURE I D)D, CASPER*. MRS. HOOPCP
LOOKBD AT THE WRIST-WATCH, AND
ASKED ME WHAT THE OCCASION WAS,
AND » TOLD HER It'S OUR WEDDING
Anniversary*, she turner
AROUND And ijAVE. COLONEL HOOPER
\A DIRTY LOOK*. OH, WHAT A L00I4 >
_- IT WAS*.
OP THE. ,
l wonder whY \
*SME 4-AVE him 'THAT /
LOOK.? I COULD 9EE. \
HE WA* UNCOMFORTABLE )
AFTER THATJ. J
•( I'LL ASK. HIM
WHEN I SEE.
HEPE HE CDME^
NOW, AND HE
< ABOUT ..
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