North Carolina Newspapers

    (Special to The Star.)
*?arl. Mar. 17.—Messrs. Rufus
Moss and Vernon Camp, of Taylors,
S. C, spent the week-end with home
folks. j
Mrs, Arthur Mints of Charlotte
spent Sunday with her father, Mr.
R P. Francis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sepaugh and
Mrs. Odell Sepaugh spent Sunday
in Rock Hill, S. C. the guests of Mrs.
Henry Sepaugh.
Mrs. B. Austell and Miss Sallfe
Bettis motored to Charlotte Thurs
day of last week to hear Dr. Truett.
Mrs. Lizzie Roberts and daugh
ter. Azelia, of Shelby, are at the
bedside of Mr. R. P. Francis. He is
not much Improved.
Misses Jessie Beachum and Pau
line Honeycutt of Charlotte spent
the week-end at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John Beachum.
Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely under the able management
of our Supt., Mr. C. E, Jones. Sun
day school ner.t Sunday at 10 \
o’clock and preaching Sunday even- |
ing at 7 o'clock-Everyone is cordial- j
ly invited. j
Miss Vivian Proctor returned home j
Sunday after spending a few days j
with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Jones,;
near Blacksburg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Surratt and J
daughter, Grace. and Mrs. II. P.
Haas and children motored to Pied
mont Spriygs, S. C. Sunday after- j
Ellenboro Man Wins
Poultry.Show Money
• Special to The Star.)
Ellenboro. Mar. 17,-r-A- u n\ ult
of exhibiting his prize White and
Partridge Wyandotte chickens at
the Central Florida exposition re
cently held at Orlando, A. S. Har
rlll won a total of $47.00 In cash.
In addition to winning about all
the prizes in the classes in which he
exhibited he was awarded the honor
of having the best cockrel in the
Mr. Harrill has been exhibiting
chickens for about twenty years dur
ing which time he has won between
$2,000 to $3,000.
Oklahoma City.—Three Oklahoma
City scientists reported that 18
months of intensive study of paraly
sis caused from drinking impure ex
tract of Jamaica ginger had result
ed in discovery of no cure and only
slight hope of beneficial treatment.
A report signed by Dr. L. A. Tur
ley and Dr. H. A .Shoemaker of the
Oklahoma university school of med
icine, and Dr, D. T. Bowden, former
director of the state laboratories,
said tricresyl phosphate had been
isolated as the drug which crippled
hundreds In the South and South
west last year. They said the chem
ical “destroys nuclei or nerve cells
■ Short Shots
Hogs and lambs are both doing
better on the produce exchange. On
the stock exchange, when the hogs
win the lambs generally lose.—
American Lumberman.
That twenty-million-dollar relief
fund is to be loaned out upon agri
cultural property. Our rulers in their
infinite wisdom have decided that
what the distressed farmer nee's is
another mortgage,—The New York
'rhe Russian workman, forced to
quit a job he likes and work where
the bosses need him must rejoice in
the fact that he is no longer slave
of a czar.—Brooklyn Eagle.
By virtue ol those two certain deeds of
trust executed to me on the 15th day of
March, 1S30, and recorded In book 166.
oases 114 and 115 of the office of the
register for Cleveland county. N. C.. to
secure en Indebtedness therein described,
and default having been made In the pay
ment of the Indebtedness thereby secured
1 will sell to the ntghest bidder at the
court house door In Shelby, N. C., on,
Saturday, April 18, 1631, at 18 eeUek M.
at within legal hours the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
1st lot: Situated In the S. W. square of
the town of Shelby. N. c. and being that
lot conveyed to M. A. Spangler and J. L.
Buttle by Mabel Branton and husband, R
H. Branton by deed recorded In book 3-U
page 148 of the office of the register for
Cleveland county, N. C.. reference being
hereby made to said deed for description
by metes and bounds.
and lot: Being situated tn the eastern
portion of the town of Shelby. N. C., and
being lots Nos. 7 and 8 of mlock A of prop
erty as shown by plat of same made by D.
R. 8. Frailer, C. E., in December, 1634. and
recorded In book — page 80 of the office
of the register for Cleveland county. N.
C.. to which map and record reference Is
hereby had for better description and
Identification of said lots.
Terms of sate: Cash
(he Mth dey of April, l*jl.
B. T. FALLS, Trustee.
_«« Mar 18c
aH kinds at lower
prices than you have
ever paid. Phone 11
or 4-J and let us give
you an estimate o n
your next printing
order. Automatic
presses, a c c u r a t e
count. tf-24pj
Clothiers Pick Perfect Man
and Design Summer Dance Suit
O * • m m it
Before Clothes Can “Make the Ma..,” the Man Must Have Figure and the
Knack of Wearing Thera—Despite Conventions, Average Man
Is “Well Dressed’* If He’s Comfortable.
qJohn Tekpre
(°RJ MCE of
Pav>cond Duncan
James' J. Waemer.
j New York.—When the Clothing
[Designers Executive association met
recently In New York, that august
body set the machinery in motion
for the annual attempt at mascu
line clothing reform. One of the pur
poses of the convention was accom
plished when the committee select
ed the "perfect man” from a field
of 300 applicants. The jrinner of this
singular title is John Tempre, 28, of
New York. According to the C. D.
E. A., Mr. Tempre has the ideal fig
ure for the correct wearing of
clothes. And to prove if they mod
eled a new summer afternoon dance
suit on the lines of his perfect
This business of wearing clothes
correctly is a subject that should
be included in high school curricu
lum along with the subjects that
equip the pupil with the means for
acquiring the clothes. Some men
can don a $20 suit and look as if
they had just stepped out of the
pages of a sartorial magazine.
Others are specially tailored by ex
perts yet give the impression of
having slept.iu their clothes.
It Is this art of carrying his rai
ment that has earned for Adolphe
Menjou the title of the best dressed
man in moviedom. Not that Mr.
Menjou hasn't the very best duds
that money can buy; it is said that
the star could change his complete
outfit three times a day for a year
without wearing the same suit twice.
Americans, particularly New York
ers, regard Mayor James J. Walker,
affectionately known as "Jimmy”,
as the peak of sartorial perfection.
No one has ever seen Hizzoner ap
pear otherwise than as if he had
just- been unpacked from a band
box. Like Mr. Menjou, Jimmy, is a
past master in the art of carrying j
his clothes, and from the sales of
ffis faultless-footgear to the crown
of his inimitably tilted hat he is the
last word in style.
Bui it is to his Royal Highness,
the Prince of Wales, that the honors
for the greatest influence of men's
fashions must go. Prince Eddie is
considered one of the world’s fore
most connoisseurs and leaders of
masculine styles. He has but to
wear a certain type of collar, hat or
tie and the youth Of the world will
follow his lead.
Every once in a while a move
ment is started roiling to make the
male fashion-minded, but, so far,
they have all ended in that conserv
ative creature just sticking to the
old tried and true standard.
Last summer an attempt was
made to popularize shorts for hot
weather wear. It was doomed to
failure from the moment of its in
ception f®r the simple reason that
men’s knees crave privacy. They do
net lend themselves to publicity,
lacking ns they do the beautiful’
rounded symmetry that distin
guishes the limb of the female* of
the species.
After all, why bother about styles?
The term ‘ well-dressed man" is
merely a matter of viewpoint. The
average man considers himself wen
dressed if his clothing is neat and
comfortable and he is quite hapDy
If allowed to follow his natural In
clinations in the way of what he
shall wear.
Raymond Duncan, brother of the
late Isadora Duncan, has emanci
pated himself from the slavery of
clothes. He makes his own and
they consist of a long togalike gar
ment, a pair of sandals and a piece
of string around his head. The pur
pose of the last named article isn’t
quite clear but accuracy forbids its
omission. Mr. Duncan in that ‘out
fit looks like a carbon copy of an
old Roman senator, who would want
to resemble Jimmy Walker when it’s
so easy to look like Julius Caesar?
Even Alfonso’s worst . enemies
haven’t put a bonus bill up to him
—Boston Transcript.
Gin Orgy Death Trial Starts
The trial has opened at Val- i
paraiso, lnd.t of Virgil Kirkland,
who is charged with the slaying
of 18-year-old Arlene Draves.
The police allege that after a
party, at which gin flowed freely,
Kirkland and four other youths
criminally attacked Miss Draves,
Being unable to arouse her, they
took the girl to a doctor. On
discovering she was dead, the
doctor notified the police. Pic
ture shows, left, the late Arelcna
Draves. Upper right, Judge
Grant Grumpacker. who is hear
ing the trial; lower right, Virgil
Kirkland tn court.
We have just added
Standard Westing
house and Hotpoint
to our line and we are prepared to give
you the lowest prices on these well
known Electric Ranges,
is just around the corner. Prepare for it
by keeping the Kitchen cool with an Elec
tric Stove and Majestic Refrigerator.
Music Store
Seniors Lead On
Honor Roll Here
Hamrick. Grady Dover, Forrest
(Hass. Elizabeth Fulls, Dora Mc
Swuln, Mildred McArthur, Etolse
McArthur. Ada Wall, George Mor
gan, J. D. Hambright, Evans IJickey.
Jane Washburn, Jack Baber.
Marlon school—Jack Spake, James
31y Hamrick. Hugh Mauney, Pau
line Bridges. Virginia Hill, Joe
Spake, Charles Spake, Lillian Cline,
Angelina Isza, Evangeline Palmer,
Virginia Quinn, Willie Jean Robin
»on, Anna Lou Toms, Helen Brid
ges, Katherine Bridges, Clara Lee
Fitch, Virginia Hurt ness, Benjamin
Gold, Virginia McMurry. Sara Now
ton, Elvu Ann Thompson, Ned Bast,
Lnmar Dover, Eugene Tlddy, Brjan
Borders, Shirley Blanton, Helen
Mauney, Margaret Nell Putnam,
Betty Tlddy. Emma Joe -Beam, Pau
llire Bess, Margaret Dorsey, Rose
mary Faudel. Jna* Lewis Forney,
Julia Smith, Sue Wilson, Walter Eu
banks, Walter Laughrldge, Henry
Quinn. Frank Troutman, Evelyn
Self, Kathryn Spake, Nellie Mae
Wise, Rush Hamrick, jr., Avery Wil
lis-McMurry,’Eugene Brymer, Mar
tha Davis Arrowood, Ruth Beam.
Catherine Bailey, Edith Fitch, Vir
ginia McNeely, Margaret White.
Ruth Wilson, Martha Yeago, Marian
Carroll. Mary Hiott, Nancy Jane
Lineberger. Henry Cline. Floyd
Bast, Sarah Graham, Juanita Bates,
Katheryn Dellinger, Roy Marlow,
Gene Gladden, John Dorsey. Clyde
Grigg, Georgia Bailey, Juanita Esk
ridge, Germaine Gold, Eleanor Hoey,
Thelma Mauney, Marie King. Nancy
McGowan, Margaret Tedder. Jn^k
Palmer, jr.. Will Avery, jr, Gather-j
ine Wilson.
Washington school — France.'
Featherstone. Jeannette Mauney,
Billy Max Dixon, Billy Origg, Roy
Hamrick, O. P. Smith, jr., Matce
Une Weathers, Mary Leslie DokuoU,
Patsy Maunev, Bam Mull, Isabel
Miller, Phyllis Yates, Billy Smart,
Ruth Dixon, Ponder itcea Saunders,
Ann Smart, Edwin Fold, John Mull,
Cecil Webb. Nellie James Stroup,
Alphonsine Harris, Paniha Weath
ers, Anlinbeth Jones, Earle Hamrick,
Jr., Tennie Miller, Keiln Shull, Har
old Bettis.
Jefferson school—McKinley Case,
J, A. Montieth, Mary Urazdl. ^dith
i - - ■-.■ • LUIS"——SW——WB—■
j Cook, Margaret Littlejohn, Ruth
S-ntrr. Dolores Morgan, Edna
Wright, Rachel Shelton, Betty Mc
Falls, Beatrice Beamon M^garet
Broszell, Billy Buchanan, James
Alexander, Elizabeth Swoezy, Vir
ginia Fair, Nellie Price, Ava Fitters,
Fima Briuflc, Dorothy Bridges, Blair
Stephenson, Arthur Williams.
LaFayctto school—-Ruth Stewart.
Ruth Walker, Catherine Wilson.
Peggy Putnam. Zeb Beam. Elmer
Padgett, Marjorie Dean Hill, James
Millwood, Peggy Huntstnger, Juan
ita Noggle, Myrtle Hull. Martha Car
roll Fanning, Joe McWhlrter, Ocor
gift Hughes, Elsie Putnam, Elton
Stewart, Jesse Stewart, Herman
Carpenter. George Powell, Mllllcert
Hicks, Josie Bowman.
Morgan school—Dorothy Black.
Patsy Anthony. Ella Mae Grant,
Katherine Abernethy, Janice Lee
Whlsnant, Broadus Hopper, Decatur
Bridges, John Anderson, Helen Yar
borough, Annie Mae Hudson, Gar
nie McCurry. Elizabeth Blanton.
Virginia Gladden, Dwight Ledbetter,
Moselle Poole. Roy Sue Turner.
Catherine Waters, Ruth Weathers,
Ruth Adams, Christine Allen," -Lily
Hamrick, Frances Jones, Alleen Pat
terson. Cortnne Queen, Alleen
Rainey, Adeline Reinhardt, Billy
Green, Arlan Kennedy. Ernest Mc
Swatn, Ray Parris. Z. W. Watts, Al
lred Parris, pccie Brooks, Evelyn
Carter, Edna Melton, Pauline Stew
art, Pauline Beam, Evelyn Taylor,
J. E. Ferree, Boyce Brown, Gladys
Anderson, Hester McSwaln, Ethel
Patterson, Mildred Whltener, Julian
Byers, Kathleen Black, Eva Lane
Jones, Eunice Grayson, Hal Whis
nant, Burene Hughes, Louise White
mr, Esther Howell, Mary Sue Hill,
Ralph Greene.
ruts TEE'S MU.
Bv virtue of * certain deed of tout ex
ecuted to me on the JSth day of January.
1829. and r {curdl'd m book 1S3. of deeds.
Dftgi) 2.if of the office of the register for
Cleveland county. N C. to secure an In
debtedness therein dfscribed, and default
having been made In the payment of the
Indebtedness thereby secured, I will sell to
the highest bidder at the court house door
‘n Shelby. N, C., on.
Aalurdav, April ilt, 18:11. at IS e’clnek M
or within legal hours the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt*
Situated on the east side of N. Lafay
ette street, and being known as hart of
the Haynes propertv. fronting 100 feet on
the east side of LaFayctte street, and ra
tthdiag back 181 2 feet, reference being
had to book 3-0. page 616 for complete
Terms of . sate: Cash,
This the 18th dav of April, liijl.
B T. FALLS, Trustee
ft Mir Ir
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