North Carolina Newspapers

    Dempsey's Dad and Bride No. 3
Hiram Uempsey, seventy-three-y ear-old father of the former world'*
ehftmpion heavyweight fighter, shown with hi* third wife, the former
Mrs. Hannah L. Chapman, who is thirty-six years hi* junior In
jauntily applying for ihe license at Salt Lake City, Utah, that plunged
him for the third time into the sea of matrimony, the aged bridegroom
gave his occupation as that of farmer.
Webb Theatre
- NOW PLAYING -
THE LAUGH HIT 'V' THE SEASON.
BERT WHEELER and ROBERT WOOSLEY
IN
“HOOK, LINE AND SINKER”
Also n BIG VITAPHONE VAUDEVILLE VARIETIES.
-1(V \\-n 25c —
-COMING FRIDAY
MARIE DKE3SLER IN
“REDUCING”
— COMING NEXT WEEK -
J0AN CRAWFORD AND
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Webb Theatre
m
It is our pleasure to an
nounce a spring selection
o f distinguished Wall
coverings, which includ
es the new Washable pa
pers, some scenic pat
terns. and a variety of
modernistic and cubistic
designs.
They are uniformly attractive
and durable; priced reason
ably. You will enjoy inspect
ing them.
Prices Range from 4c to $1.00
Per Roll.
We also cany a complete line
of Paints, Varnishes, Etc.
Our Workmen are Specialists in Papering, Caleimming,
Plastering, Painting and Refinishing and Cleaning, Our
materials are of superior quality. Our prices are mod
erate.
PROSE 592 or WRITE P. O. BOX $53, SHELBY, X. C
FOR.FREE CATALOGUE.
EOR GREATER RESULTS IN SKIING—TRY STAR A GW
LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Howard wno
live on Thompson street announce
the birth of a little daughter on
March 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiseman Kendall ol
Greensboro will spend tomorrow
with Mrs. Henry E. Kendall. Mrs
Charles Moss, mother of Mrs. Wise
man Kendall comes up from Spar
tanburg, S. C., to join them >r the
day.
Mrs. Lee B. Weathers will return
tomorrow from Danville, Va. where
she has been spending a-week visit
in relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Turner an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Leona to Mr. Albert Camp on
Saturday the 14tli of March, 1981.
Mrs, B. H. Queen and two child
ren, Dorothy and Betty Jo, Mrs. L.
Z. Huffman and Miss Pearl Ly
brand motored to Gastonia Tues
day. They also visited the Ortho
pedic hospital.
Miss Pearl Lybrand. Miss Minnie
Bellfe Flowers and Mr. and Mrs
Frank Flowers of CherryvV.le, Miss
'ouise Lybrand and Mr. Lawrence
Lybrand -spent Sunday in Cba'ioUe.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Matthai
announce the birth of a daughter,
Norma Elaine, on March 13 at the
Shelby hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoey, jr., of
Canton, are expected to spend the
week-end here as guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoey.
Miss Austins Brackett, Miss Alma
Newman, and Miss Flossie Grice
have just returned from a visit of
several days with Miss Newman’s
brother, Mr. Carl Newman, and Mrs.
Newman at Henderson.
Among those who attended the
funeral of Dr. Kemp Funderburk in
Monroe on Saturday were: Mr. D.
Augustus Beam, Dr. and Mrs. A.
Pitt Beam. Attorney W. S. Beam,
Mrs. Oscar Palmer, Mr. and Mrs
Grover Beam, Mrs, Dorcas Beam,
Mrs. Georgia Hickson, Mrs. B. C.
Houser, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle
Alexander.
•Miss Ann Boykin, Miss Sadie Bev
erly and Miss Muriel Wright are
spending this afternoon In Char
lotte.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Morrison have
gone on a three weeks visit through
Georgia and Florida. While away
they will visit their son, Mr, Ivy L.
Morison and his wife at Moultrie.
Ga.
Mrs. Roland Hamrick and children
of Shelby were the dinner guests, of
Mr. and Mrs. Brossie McSwaiu Sun
day at Lattimoie.
Mrs. L. E. Ligon who has oeen
suffering intense pain with rheu
matism for the past two weeks, un
derwent an operation at the Sheibv
hospital on Tuesday and is now
resting some better. Her daughter,
Mrs. Frank Hull, of Charlotte, is
here at her bedside.
Miss Ruth Wliisonant is in the
Shelby hospital where she under
went an operation for removal of
tonsils this morning.
Little Virginia Falls, who was run
over "by an automobile last Saturday
evening, is getting along nicely at
her home on W. Warren street. She
was able to leave the hospital last
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. A. C. Farmer, who ha* been
| employed with the Best Furniture
I Co. here for sometime. left this
mornings for Spring Hope, in the
; eastern part of the state where he
; will be located in the future. Mrs
! Farmer will join him in a few weeks
Mr. J. L-. Young left last night for
St. Petersburg, Fla., where he will
1 spend several weeks on a business
! trip:
Mrs. Irma Wallace, district deputy
j grand matron of the eleventh dis
trict of the Eastern Star, visited the
| Cherry ville chapter on Tuesday
j night and installed the officers for
j the ensuing year.
I Mrs. Julia Abernethy. of Ruther
i ford college, has returned to the
home of her daughter, Mrs. B L.
Smith, and Supt. Smith here after
spending several weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. Me. G. Anders and
Dr. Anders in Gastonia.
Miss Mary Crowell has returned
to her home at Forest City after
spending several days in toe Cin
colnton hospital undergoing treat
ment.
Mrs. H. J. Spry and Mfs. H. K.
iRtchbourg are spending today ip
Statetville at guest$ of Mr. and Mr*
©♦erg* ittehbourg. wuen th*y re»
turn h*me this evening they will be
aedompamed bv Mrs. Gedrge Rich
beurg. her little son. Oilbert, and
Infant daughter, who wi’l spend a
week here with Mr end Mrs H F
Richbonrg
Mr. R. W. Shoffner and Mira. Irma
Wallace, county agent*, will attend
the district meeting for the Pied
mont agents to be held at Newton on
Friday.
Mlsses Vevu and Inez Armour and
Robert Earl Armour, three children
of Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Armour, are
able to return to school today after
being ill for more than a week.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. S. Cnrnevin
land Mrs. Boyce Mauney spent Mou
I day in Charlotte.
Mr. .lack Miller, of Griffin, Gu., Is
spending this week here with his
family.
Miss Faye Dellinger was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
Caldwell In Gastonia.
Mr. Jack Miller and Mr. T. J.
Babington spent Monday in Char
j lottc.
—
Misses Louise Ledford, Egberts
North and Mrs. Raymond Carroll
are spending today in Charlotte.
At The Theaters
Motorcycle cops in California be
lieved that clothes did make the
man. They attempted to a nest
members of the cast of “Up the
River" on their way to and from the
studios, thinking the players were
escaped convicts because they were
wearing penitentiary garb. Up the
River Is a comedy serene offering
running today and Thursday at the
Carolina* theatre.
The star nut team is baei at tile
Webb theatre In their fifth big
laugh hit, "Hook, Line and Sinker.”
Bert Wheeler and Robert Wool ey
and Dorothy Lee. This production
presents the two comedians in
straight comedy for the first time
since they met each other on
Broadway. The boys will be remem
bered from "Rio Rita," "The Cuck
oos”- and "Half Sot at Sunrise.”
Lily Mill Mention
Of the Week’s News
(Special to The Star.) ;
My Mill. Mar. 17.—There will be
prayer meeting at Mr. Charlie Hay
nes' on Friday night at 7:15, j
MLsse3 Tansy Mull and Vangie
Haynes spent Saturday night with j
Miss Ruby Foushec at Cherryville. j
Mr. Zero Bivins and family Mrs
Addie Morehead and baby ur.d Mr.
and Mrs. Major Anderson motored
to Lincolnton Sunday* to see rela
tive'.
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Mull and baby
and Miss Mary- Sue Hasting - and
Miss Beatrice Mull motored ,« Mor
ganton Sunday to see relative;;
Mr. Cullen Fortenberry end fam
ily visited Mr. Zero Hasting and Mr.
Charlie Haynes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Fisher and
baby motored to Mr. Elvin Fisher s
In Catawba county Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Fisher and wife vls
i ited. Mr. Horne Toney near Golden
Valley Sunday.
Casar News Notes
Of Personal Items
Xintli Grade Entertain* Tenth
Grade At Home of Miss
Pauline Hoyle.
'Special to The Star.i
Casar, Mar. IT—The Casar school
teachers spent the week-end at
their homes.
Miss Willard Brackett spent the
week-end with Miss Mary Fergu
son in South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hoyle and
children visited Mrs. Hoyle’s par
ents Sunday afternoon.
I The many friends of Miss Nettie
jLee Ramsey gave her as surprise
I party Saturday night.
Misses Mae Ramsey, Bonnie Lee
Walker and others who are in school
at Boone spent the week-end at
their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Queen and
little daughter of Polkvllle spent
the week-end with Mrs. Queen’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lemmle Self
Miss L. C. Mode spent Saturday
night with Miss Mamie Fortenbery.
The ninth grade of Casar high
school gave a party in honor of the
tenth grade Saturday night at the
home of Miss Pauline Hoyle, Among
those who attended were: Troy
Page, Hoyle Self, Mamie Forten
bery, Effie Walker, Gwendolyn
Hoyle, A. B. Robertson. Elmer
Downs, Edith White, Gillie De
veney, Cletus Newton, Mary D.
Self, L. C. Mode, Irene Self, Buren
Wortman and Ernest Self.
Mrs. Lester Wortman has flu at
this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemmle Hoyle and
children spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. HoyM's sister, Mrs- Lsstar
Wortman.
Miss Mamie fortenbery spent
Sunday night with Miss L. C Mode.
Miss Lunette Queen spent Sunday
afternoon with Mis? Irene Self
Spring Suggests
Clean Curtains
And Draperies
Bring them to us. We can
make them fresh ami crisp,
spotlessly clean—like new.
And you do'a’t have to pay us
much for doing the work, tie
cause our prices for cash-and
carry service are ever appeal -
inging to thrifty housewives.
The quality of your dry clean
ing is an important consider
at ion when you want things
done nicely.
Nobody knows better than
those who have tried our
work, what excellent service
and satisfaction we always
give.
Satisfactory Work Is The Only Kind Of
Work We Do You Pay For No Other.
Quality Cleaners
S. LaFAYETTE STREE'I
NEXT TO CITY CAFE
SHEIiBY, N. C.
WANTED
POULTRY
Heavy Hen*
Leghorn Hens ,. .. 16c
Rooster* .... 14c
Ducks and Geese .
Young Turkeys ..• 'c
Broiler. — 1*. to 2 30c
Any time you have poultry far aaL
u* before you sell. We always Ik®
Highest cash price. y* P»y the
SHELBY FEED CO.
' OCa,ed in ,ThomP*°n Bldg. Near City
Ice and Fuel Co.
- PHONE 741 —
SHELBY
AFE
CLEVELAND
onservativc
COUNTY
onscientioui
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Educate Your Children Without A
Financial Burden
We want the best for our children—$2.50 per week
invested in our Building and Loan for a period of
382 weeks and this reinvested will amount to $2,
000 for your child*at the age of 19. Take shares
now for your child and thus have the means to give
it a college education without a burden to you or
your business. Let us talk the problem over.
— NEW SERIES OPENS APRIL 1TH, 1931 —
Shelby & Cleveland County
Bidding Loan Assn.
It. T. Le(iRAND, Pres. JOHN P. MULL, Sec.-Treas.
No Laughing Matter
If You Stay Away
because you'll miss the newest team SPENCER '
and HYMER, this season’s greatest glee giving,
gloom chasers in a robust riot of hilarious hap
penings aided by merry playmates.
Story B>
MAUKINE WATKINS
TODAY AND THURSDAY
Carolina
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