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.LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
HM-* X 'JL *•
Miss Mary Uambright returned to
Greensboro yesterday where she is
J a student at N. C. C. W. after at
tending the funeral of her uiicle,
(Mr. It. P. Roberts.
Mhis Mamie Hambrlght is report
jed some better of her illness at her
(home in Grover, where her uncle,
j Mr. R. p. Roberts, died on Sunday
last.
Mr. \V. N. Dorsey and Misses Kstfr
l-leeu and Mable Hard spent Sunday
I with Mrs. William Lowery at PaUcr
! son Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. freeman, Mr
and Mrs. E. B. Jarret and children,
spent tlic week end with Mr. and
Mrs. freeman's two daughters
Misses Bessie and Pauline Freeman
who teach school at Sims.
Friends of Mrs. Wilbur Babier wilt
regret to learn|that she is *11 and
confined to her home this w eek with
influenza.
Mrs. R. C. Ellis has returned from
Richmond, Va., where she went to
attend the funeral of Mr. Ed Deane.
Mrs. Deane was a visitor here in the
Ellis home about a week ago.
Friends of Miss Bonnie Sanders
Greene, who for a number of year*
has been dental assistant for Dr, A
Pitt Beam, will be interested to
know she leaves the latter paU of
this week for Minneapolis, Minn., to
enter Northwest Institute of Medi
cal Technology. She will stop over
in Chicago for a short visit with her
uncle, Mr. Jack Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Davis, of
Washington, D. O., announce the
birth of a daughter, Clara Agnes, on:
March 13 at the Washington hospi
tal. Mrs. Davis and the child are
both doing well. Mrs. Davis was, be
fore her marriage, Miss Mertie
Abemetliy, daughter of Rev. and
Mrs. G. P. Abernethy of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Earnhardt rnd
son, Dick, of Salisbury, are visiting
Mrs. Barnhardt's mother, Mrs. L. F,
Rhelnhardt this week.
Mayor S. A. McMurry, who Ins
been in Florida this week at the
bedside of his father, Mr. J, J.Md
Murry, who lias been ill there, is
expected to return home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Erwin, of
Great Falls; S. C., spent the week
end here as guests of Rev. and Mrs.
John Buttle. Mrs. Erwin stayed ovu
iand is spending this week here.
Attorney and Mrs. R. h Ryburn,
who have been spending the past
two months in Florida, are due to
return home the latter part of this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sibley, of
Hartford. Conn., who have been
visiting the latter's parents, Rev and
Mrs. John Buttle, returned here last
Saturday after spending ten days
on a trip through Florida. Mr. Sib
ley left on Sunday to return to their
home at Hartford while Mrs. Sibley
remained here for a visit of several
weeks.
Mrs. May Wells Connor is ill and!
confined to her home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dover and
little daughter, Anne, go to Red
Springs tomorrow to spend the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Laney. !
Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Woods and
little daughter, Marjorie, returned
home Monday from Greensboro
where Mr. Woods recently under
went an operation for appendicitis
and Mrs. Woods has been spending
the time there with him while he
recovered. They have been away for
several weeks.
Mrs. Lula Elam, who has been In
Charlotte for the past week under
going treatment at the Charlotte
sanatorium is reported as getting'
along nicely.
Mrs. Julius Suttle and Miss Betty
Buttle spout the day Monday in
Charlotte.
Master Lloyd and Floyd Best,
twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. C
Bast, are ill and confined to their
home this week.
Mrs. DeWitt Quinn, Mrs. Charles
Dover. Miss Katherine Dover and
Mrs. D. R. Sibley are in Llncolnton
this afternoon as guests of Mrs.
Frank Love who is entertaining her
bridge club at her home there.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin rfar
din, March 24th, a dainty little
daughter.
Mr. George Richbourg, of States
ville, is here to spend a day -»r so
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Richbourg.
Mrs. M. 6. Miller, who ha* been
with her daughter in Augusta. Oe.
for the past three months, reHirp*
here today to spend sometime with
another (laughter, Mrs. H. E. Rich
hour?. and Mr. Riehboure.
aai^M-^**** M W ><*» ..y M
Miss Della Wall b conltned > o her
home this week with an attack of
influenza.
Mr. J. M. Weed, arrived here .,o>
teiday from Columbia, S. C , t take
a position with one of the local A.
<!t P. stores.
Patterson Trial
On In Afternoon
Court House Filled With Spectator*
For Case Of Mill
Man.
Scores of spectators expecting that
the trial of Lem Patterson, former
Ella mill employe, would come up
this morning packed the superior
court room until it was difficult to j
find standing space anywhere in the
court room.
About 10:30, however. It was
announced that the case would not
be reached before 2:30 this after
noon.
Patterson is charged with receiv
ing money under false pretenses, the
charges centering about the alleged
purchase of and payment for cot
ton which the mill never received
The case arose when an alleged ac
complice, It is said, confessed he had
received money for cotton which ht
had not delivered, Patterson giving
him a due bill for so much cotton
and the due bill being cashed at
the mill office.
At The Theaters
"Dance Fools, Dance” is the most
recent of Joan Crawford’s glamor
ous productions, reflecting both the
glitter of "Our Blushing Brides” and
the tragic drama of "Paid.” Lester
Vail plays opposite Joan and Cliff
Edwards figures prominently among
the other principals. Dance Fools,
Dance, comes to the Webb tomor
row for a run of two days. Today—
lost showing of Walter Huston in
•'Abraham Lincoln.”
The Lyric's full bill cf entertain
ment for today and tomorrow 13
featured with "Swanee River,” star
ring Grant Withers and Thelma
Todd. The story is from Barbara
Chambers Woods and is outstand
ing as a mighty drama of dauntless
courage. Short acts make out a gen
uinely #good two hours' ente* iain
ment for theatre fans. "Showboat"
is coming to the Lyric Friday of
this week.
“Men on Call" is the title of the
new picture which opened at the
Carolina theatre this afternoon. Ea
mund Lore is starring in this coast
guardsmen story, and never was a
player more perfectly cast than Ed*
mund in the title role. “Bride and
Gloomy’' and "Teacher’s Pest’’ are
added shorts for the regular Wed
nesday and Thursday program. Dou
ble program for Friday and Si'U"
day—“Riders of the Plains”- and
“Girls Demand Excitement,”
Flint HiP News
Of Late Interest
Mrs. Jamrs Moore In Shelby Hos
pital. Personal Mention
Of Interest.
'Special to The Star *
Flint Hill, Mar. 24.—We are sorry
that Mrs. James Moore took sick
and was carried to the Shelby hos
pital Friday afternoon. Her little
daughter Evellii is also very ill.
Mrs. Jim Moore who has been
very sick for a while does not seem
any better now.
Mr. and Mrs. G W. Greene were
the guests of Mr. Edgar Moore, and
family 'Tuesday.
Mr. H. F. Champion and family
were the dinner guests of Mr. J. M.
Moore, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoe Davis enter
tained the young people by giving
a party Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie PoteeVol
Spartanburg, S. C.. visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Champion Monday.
Mr. Edgar Moore spent Sundry
with Mr. Hosla Champion.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred LieciDetter tw.a
Uttle son Eddie Monroe, spent the
night with Mr. and Mrs. Aarie Wea
ver Sunday night.
Mrs. Jap Pearson and Mrs; Fred
Ledbetter spent Wednesday evening
with Mrs. H. F. Champion.
Mrs. Jack Jolley and Mrs. Edgar
Moore spent Tuesday evening with
Mrs. Ollie Pearson.
Miss Olene Hawkins spent Sup
day night with Misses Ruby and
Lucile Pearson.
The Flint Hill school teachers,
Mrs. John Mintz and Mrs. Roslna
Grigg took supper with Mr, and Mn>
Vick Pearson Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yelton were
the diner guests of Mr. Leonard Yel
tc» Sunday.
Mr. apd Mrs. F. O. Ledbetter
spent the eight with Mr. Ed>r
Moor* and family Thursday night
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jolley spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mis.
CAROLINA
Shelby’s Popular Playhouse —
TODAY AND TUESDAY
EDMUND LOWE
“Men On Call”
A Story of our Coast Guardsmen.
“BRIDE AND GLOOMY”
“TEACHERS PEST”
— FRIDAY AND SATURDAY —
Tom Tyler —- “Riders of the Plains’
John Wayne — “Girls Demand
Excitement”
Glad You
Came
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BEING WITH US.
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onservativc ^conscientious
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
I he Safety of Any lJusimwM is Judged by the Men Wh« j
Direct it. Our Association is Governed by the Follow-1
injf Directors:
Charles S. Young
I-. S. Hamrick
K. B. Hamrick
\j, A. (iett.vs
Dr. W. P. Mitchell
(*, W. Green
I*. T. LeGrand
John S. Mcknight
L. I'. Arrowood
J. Lane I’utnam
W. C. Whisnant
Wm. Lowery
H. L. Weathers
J no. I\ Mull
— NEW SERIES OPENS APRIL 4TH, 19.11 —
START SOME SHARKS IN THIS SERIES
Shelby & Cleveland County
Building Loan Assn.
R. IV LeGRAND, Vrm, JOHN P. MULL, Sec.-Treas
Insure Against Unprofitable Returns By
The Use of RAINBOW
IN WHITE COTTON BAGS
Also Other International Crop Producing
Fertilizers.
One of the many satisfied users of Inter
national RAINBOW has the following to
say:
Lattimore, N. C.
Nov. 6. 19:’A
International Agricultural < 'orr.
Charlotte, N. C. (
Gentlemen r
Nine years ago, 1 used International
and made a good crop, but up to this year I
had not been able to get International and
did not get the yield I should have gotten.
This year I asked my dealer to get me a car
of Rainbow 10-4-4. I used 800 pounds per
ucre and received a bale and over per acre.
By using 800 pounds of Rainbow Cot
ton Fertilizer per acre, which cost me $1.17
per acre more than a lower priced fertilizer
used on another field, it increased my yield
800 pounds more of seed cotton per acre. De
ducting the extra cost of $1.17, Rainbow pro
duced a net gain of $13.50 per acre more
than tV other brand.
In the future, my entire crop will be
planted on Rainbow' Cotton Fertilizer.
Yours very truly, *
STOWE HENDRICK.
See the following dealers for your re
quirements:
• DECATUR ELMORE.
Lawndale
J. B. ELMORE,
Lawndale
M. M. GREEN,
Mooresboro, R, F. D.
D. C. WRIGHT,
Mooresboro
J. L. HERNDON,
Grover
MARTIN & BYERS,
Grover
T. H. LOWERY’S SONS,
Patterson Springs
C. D. MITCHEM,
Lawndale, R. F. D.
JOHN F. MOSS,
Waco
C. C. WALKER,
Lattimore, R. F. D.
BRIDGES & HAMRICK,
Kings Mountain
KINGS MOUNTAIN MFG.
CO., Kings Mountain
F. BATE BLANTON,
Shelby, R. F. D.
D. A. BEAM,
Shelby
C- J. HAMRICK & SONS,
Boiling Springs
    

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