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Toluca And Knob
Miss ( orenr llovlo Knirrijlns ' i I
Sain Goes to University
'Special to The Stal'd I
Toluca. Mar. 3C.—There is still'
a lot, of sickness in this community
a lot of ilu. and several cn of
Members of the Seutoi B. V. P U
at Carpenters Grove eft Joyed u :■? j
cud at the home ol Miss Cercr.e
®nyle on last Saturday night. Thd.c
present were: Misses Ruth and worn
Costner, Inez Propst, Vunyie Mull,
\*rtle Smith, Edith Ledford. Dlxpr.
Smith. Vernon Cook, Delinhe Propst
Wayne Carpenter. Edwin and leuie j
Seagle. Clyde Bingham and Edwin ;
Costner. Many interesting games
were played after which refresh
ments were served consisting of
sandwiches, pickles and punch,
Fletcher Sain returned to the Uni
versity of N. C„ last Sunday where
he Will enter the spring term, He
returned by Charlotte where he
spent Saturday night with Dr. and
Mr*. Clarence Peeler.
Mr. Lee Willis spent Hie part
week at his home. He wai home
from college for the spring holldvys I
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Seagle apent,
Saturday night at the home hi her;
father, Mr. A. c. coscner.
Miss Nora Costner spent a few j
days the past week with Mr. and >
Mrs. A. T. Mull.
Mrs. Leanne Boyles spent a few
days the past week in Lincoln cout> |
Uncle Monroe Williams, en HF»
\ ear-old veteran, enjoys spending
some time with his friends. He spent
, everal days the past week at Hick
ory and Newton.
Miss Vangie Mull or Fnllston and
Miss Nora Costner spent Saturday
night, with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cook
Mr. Edney Willis and family were j
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Young last Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Bingham spent last Men
day at the home or her daughter L'r
and Mrs. F. D. Edwards.
Misses Madge Beam, Mo?,ell Bess
and Pauline Hoyle of the North;
Brook section spent, last Monday
i.ight with Mr. and Mrs. R, P
Miss Pauline Davis of Rockdale
spent last Wednesday night with lit r
i uicle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. IJ. S.
Miss Ruth Costner spent Wt >
nasday night at the home pf her s,s* |
tet Mr. and Mrs. Owen Seattle,
Mrs. S. A. Sain and son ThaxL.j
BE SO HARD ON
Times ain't like they
use to be—he can’t spend
as much on his home
folks now—cause times
ain’t like they used to be.
Help Him Out
Don’t want so much
and help him to save.
The average Dad wants
his folks to dress up and
look good, lie wants
them to have a nice car.
the home spick and span,
and this and that—and
it hurts him to refuse or
even say let’s leave this
off for a while because
he wants his home folks
to have the best and s
good time, but he can't
do the things he used k
do because times ain't
like they used to be. i
— BUT —
Time are improving
now and it’s up to the
whole family to put their
shoulders to the wheel
and help Dad out by !
working and saving.
- With A Smile
Don’t nag a l him.
Don»t want so much, but
back him up. wear patch
ed britches with him—
and times will b? like
they used to be,
A Family Get
Ah<?rd Fund The
B. & L. Wav
So Much A Week
1. 1.. SiTTLi:.
New Series Now
v .>re dinner guests last Saturday of
her uncle and auht Mr .and Ve.
' C Mull of Shelby.
New House Section
While I aliiilj l oses lloinr In l ire
In Oeorifia. Padgett t'lill.l
St iloudly III.
iS|'ieiat to The Star.i
New House, Mar, "6.- Friend • i.i.a.
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Loy sV-hi"
>f Hillsboro. On., weie orrv to learn
of their home being destroyed 1a
fire one day last \ celt, toy and
brother John gave the livid. pi: nt
:6 the Sandy Flutn. Baptist nu: c!i
hi ntrnic ot their father Mr. .In
White. Since the White brothers
.la e dorr f much i-ir . lie .•llllnll.
he people tori a.s if they owe them
lomething. A committee was appdfht
id to rat e money, and the W A!. t
ivomen ere griung CloUiin. unen
fruits and etc . to ■ end.
Master Fny Jrnkiie .(r.. tie, u< ,.n
lick for tin pay week, lie i mi*
Rev. and Mrs.. ,1 D Bridge,* are a*,
lie home of Rev. and Mr.',, Itt.vsi
Padgette at Lowell to be ;at the bed*
lide of their granddaughter who is
not expected to live. Mho has
H tc with scarlet fever and compli
cations. Her condition very
Born 1’iiuisday March 1st to i\v>
ifid Mrs. Frank McFarland a. dale- •
-cl;": .htcr. Joan. Mother and bub
art getting alon j nicely Mrs. .1 -
Far hind before •nun-in.:.* xs Mi.-s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. vVnik'T -pei
the week end In Ellenboro visit;.--,
Mr. and Air.. L. 1. Crcenu ,pui
Sunday night with Mrs.; ■ Gryt'-iV;
1-ru-t‘iU.s. Mr, and Mrs de ,y
Mr. Stough A. DaU-. who lias it. i.
indisposed tor the past week 1 • in- •
Ml?-, t.buise Wiilket visited u<
f uzele P.elty Sunday.
Mr . Buren y.rooks is visiting eer
parents Mr. and Mis. B. C. Gr t.v
Mrs. Httlchel Walker and chiUk.-n
Mary Etta and. Walter Forrest,, a
Atrs. Jame Sherrill oi’ Lattimore
rent Saturday afternoon with Airs
Zullu Walker and daughter Belie.;
Mi. Emmett Greene had tin o;>; -
atioii performed 011 his foot at .toe
Shelby hospital Saturday. He ha
returned to hit home unci is j,i idi .
Mr. and Mr L. I . dreenr, ’•
Gladys Greene ami Mr. Vi&ti:
Greene visited Mr. and Mrs. vV. 8 j
Walker In Shelby Sunday afteru'*. ‘
U. O. P. To Make
Washington.—The Republican ne
. ional commit uau intends to fig!)
the I Mil presidential campaign cm,
the is..ue that a Democratic ViCtorj ;
would mean Tammany control1' .«>.*;
the White House.
Remember the success which attorn, j
ed their emphasis upon Tammany
and related issues in the 192U elec
tion. the Republican high command
hit.: decided that disc is.-Ti.!1 ol T; •
current municipal travail iirjltr
York is the best antidote lor ,auU-j
ciprtted Democratic utilization
the depression, unemployment, tiic-'
unsutslfactov’. farm situation, uiidi
prohibition unrest as campaign am
My maki.tg Tammany an issue tlie'.
Republicans believe they can capi
talize prohibition sentiment in the
west and south without alienatin'.',
ant'.-prohibitionist;, in the populous!
' ,e i. :
“If a dc,j steals a piece of meat j
livrn my shop Is the owner liable?’
li-j r feed the man behind the desk. ;
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PEACHES ‘ST 19c
ASPARAGUS TIPS - ^ L. - 17c
No. 1 Can No. 2 Can
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) cans 19C
1 pkg. Ivory Snow
with * Camay
Soap For I9C
JEWEL OR SCOCO
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Bliss. No IV. 2 lbs.
. 0 for ;r:-___’' . .___
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News OfThe Week
Mn-ler Homer Wall Seriously III
With Pneumonia. Food Shoe, w
iSp era! to The Star.)
Friivity, Mar. 25.—Mrs. Forrait
Kelly ef Goldsboro, is spending sev
'.‘I'al days here with her granipur
ent . Mr. and Mrs. K. D. N Jol
'Alr*. Wray Hollifield of *u*r
Cl t -nee, S. C., spent last week wish
her soil J. A. Hollifield here.
airs. Paul Bridges and little daugh
for Katie Lou. have recently re
turned to their home here after hav
ing spent severnl days with ne; j
brother Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc
Kinney of EUenboro. j
The Sunday dinner guests of Mr i
H. W. McKinney included Mrs. C. j
O. Jollev of Raleigh, Mrs. Forres’ !
Kelly of Goldsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ij.
D. N. Jolley and Mr. and Mrs. F. n j
Lovelace of this community. |
Master Homer Wall, the eight- j
year olti son of Mr. and Mrs. sti.iv
Wall has been seriously ill with
pneumonia and side pleurisy, t> it.
we are glad to note that he is .m
It is reported that we have several
cases of flu in our community b' t
none of these seem to be serious.
Mrs. K. D. N, Jolley and Mrs. ©..|
C. Jolley of Raleigh, spent a few
days of last week with Mrs, B. I
Buchanan of Boiling Springs.
Mr. and Mis. K. D. N. Jolley. Mm
C. C. Jolley. Mrs. Forrest Kelly, Mrs
W O. Winn and Mrs. N. C. Joiiey
spent Thursday with Mr and Ii
W. E. Jolley of Shelby.
The B. Y. P. U. study course ,uc
progressing nicely this week and tne
exams will be given Friday night.
The quarterly meeting of the V
M. U. will be held at Trinty church
next Saturday afternoon at 230 The
president Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt is
asking the different churches to
bring a food shower for the South
Mountain institute at this time. \
representative of this school will oo
present to receive this shower.
Ft Pays To Advevtise
NOTH' V » O ,M) > a 9.
<orth Carolniu, Cleveland County,
in the Superior Court, Before the ClcuJt.
County Board oi Education of Cleveisr.c
Cohntv. N. C., Petitioner
Junlc Moss and Husband, Cofard Mos
andr Brooks Mobs, Defendants.
Tne defendants. Sunie Moss, Cufdni
MOss and Brooks Moss wlU take notir
that an action entitled as above has beer
commenced in the superior court of Clew
and county to condemn certain lands foi
a school site for the No. 3 Townshi;
school in which each of you have a cet
tain interest" and the said defendants
further take notice that Urey are requirec
to appear in the office of the clerk oj
hiperior court at Shelby N.. C. on Mon
day. April 27th. 1931. to answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action oi
Plaintiffs will apply for the relief de
manded in said petition
This March 26th. 1931.
A M HAMRICK. Clerk of Superior
Jno. P Mull, A tty. for petitioners.
4t Mch 27C
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