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What are weekly tickets.
We sell tickets that are food
tor one admission to each
change of program during the *.
entire week for SO cents. fl
The FAMILY TICKETS are
good for one admission for the
entire family to each change
of program during the entire
week. These sell for $1.00 each.
They are now on sale at the
The above Is in keeping
with the CAROLINA policy of j
jiving you the best In enter- 1
tainment at the smallest pos
ble cost. |
After experimenting with j
ore tickets for several weeks, J
«ve now know they will prove *
entirely satisfactory to all
concerned, and we are now
•eddy to sell them on a larger
fry one and be convinced jj
mat we are giving you more
tor your money than you have
yer received before.
Look at the program for
.ext /eek—Monday and Tues
day, 'HONOR AMONG
L,OVERS” with Fredric March,
Claudette Colbert, Charles
;ugg!es. Wednesday and
thursday, 'SCANDAL SHEET1
with George Bancroft, Kay
.’rancis, CUye Brook. Friday
and Saturday, “THE AVENG
ER” with BUCK JONES, Dor
othy Revier—all this for the
total of fifty cents
Look what is coming. “DIS
YANKEE,” “BEYOND VIC
rORY,” “MR. LEMON OF
ORANGE," 'HER MAN,”
' DADDY LONG LEGS” — all
these will be shown here m
the next few weeks.
t Mayfair recently the fol
lowing conversation was over
“Have you seen CLARA
iOWS' new gown?"
“No, what does it look like?”
“Well, in mo6t places It looks
Submitted by K H.
i. lyMBBW 1i i; Mfttjffc-..
Tobacco Man Leave*
Estate Of $400,000
Kinston, March 25. - Will of Luth
er P. Tapp, prominent tobacconist
and former state senator who died
here several weeks ago, has been fil
ed for probate The estate is esti
mated to be worth between $300,000
and $400,000. Mr. Tapp Is under
stood to have carried Insurance to a
value of $160,000. He had extensive
holdings m bonds and real estate.
His wife and two daughter, Mrs L.
B. Jenkins, of Kinston, and Miss
Irma Tappt temporarily residing in
California, will share the estate
Tapp came here from Orange
county in his youth. He helped to
develop the tobacco Industry in
eastern Carolina and made a for
tune in the tobacco warehouse busi
Scores of good, thrifty
people are now taking
out B. & L. shares—like
We invite others to
come in now and take
out as many shares as
they can possibly carry.
They are only 25c per
per week, per share, and
a mighty good way to
J. L. SETTLE,
News Of Interest
Mrs. Holland Host***. Mia. 1 R.
Hamrick Critically III.
'Special to The Star.)
Boiling Springs, Mar. 26 -Or
Monday afternoon at 8:30 Mrs. Z. C.
Holland was hostess to the tome
economics club. Mrs. Wallace
present and demonstrated .Re
making with great success. Follow
ing the demonstration the hoste..s
served a delicious vegetable .salad
cake and coffee. The neat meeting
will be held with Mrs. «J. Lester
Again on Friday evening at 7:30
Mrs. Holland charmingly entertain
ed the tongues and Needles ;lub.
The home was beautifully decor
ated with early spring flowers. A
short business meeting was held fol
lowing which the hostess presented
e musical contest in which \V&.
Dean White and Mrs. Rosina Cirtgg
were found to be most proficient,
and received lovely bud vases as
Following ttie contest a saiao
course was served by the hostess as
sisted by Mrs. Nevitt Kendrick
and Mrs. H. 13 Greene. Special
guests of the occasion were Mrs. D.
J. Hamrick and Mrs. Llnwood Ken
On Friday evening the young la
dies class of the Sunday school en
tertained the young men's class
with a lovely St. Patrick's party at
the home of Miss Bertie Cash The
home teas lavishly decorated In
early spring flowers A 8t. Patrick
contest was held which was both
amusing and educational. A musical
contest and other games were much
enjoyed by the young guests. A
salad course was served with clover
leaf on each plate carrying out the
St. Patrick idea. Mrs. M. B. Pangie,
Miss Bertie Cash. Miss Thitara
Jolley and Miss Christine Honey
cutt were the committee on en'er
Mr. Glemm Crabtree of New Mex
ico, is spending awhile here with
Miss Elizabeth Hamrick who s a
senior at U. N. C. spent the spring
holidays last week here with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamrick.
Mr. Ed White who holds a respon
sible position with a Burlingt on
business house spent the past week
end a home.
Dr. Everett Biggerstaff of Spin
dale spent Tuesday night here with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lc*s Big
Miss Eloise Pruett of Charlotte
spent the week end here with her
mother Mrs. Ella K. Pruett.
Mrs. Clint Vassey and Mrs. WU)
Suddlth ol Chcsnee, S. C-, were
quests of Mrs. C. C. Goode on Mon
The many friends of Mrs. A. K
Hamrick here and elsewhere will r»
gret to learn that she la still erlti
tally 111 at her home here.
Mr Vic Moore of Chapel Hill!
spent the past week here with nt
parents Mr. and Mrs. •) F. Moore !
Mr. Moore traveled by plane,
Mr. ?ade Greene of Black Moun
tain spent the spring holidays last
week with his parents Mr. and !'
G M. Greene. <
Miss Katherine Moore spent t’.i*
past week with her parent* Mr and
Mrs. J. F. Moore. Miss Moore ‘a a
valued member of the faculty >f t<*e
Thomasvllle school system.
Miss Mabel Goode and Mrs. J.s.
H. McBrayer spent Saturday In
Rev. and Mrs W E. Goode ol
Scotland Neck will arrive Monday
for a week’s visit with relatives hce.
No. 3 Consolidated
‘ Enjoy Banquet Here
Forty Guests at Annual Entertain
ment. Miss Winnie Borders
(Special to The Star.)
The Junior class of No. 3 township
high school delightfully entertained
the Seniors and faculty at a ban
quet, Friday evening at the Gruen
Lantern Tea room, Shelby. The
table was attractively arranged wlln
spring flowers and Easter decora
tions. The girls received old fashion
ed bouquets of sweet peas with
sprays of snow garland as favor*,
the boys were given 'Whitman’s rig
arettes”. A delicious four-course din
ner was served.
Miss Winnie Borders acted ae
toastmistress, J. D, Ellis, president
of the Juniors welcomed the guests.
Harriet Roberts responded with an
appropriate poem. Edna Moss pa<d
a beautiful tribute to the faculty to
which Mr. Jap Ledbetter responded.
Edith Allen gave a toast to the Ren
lors; Sue Bonders president of Jn
senior class, responded to this; -lay
McEntlre cleverly told what the.
Juniors expect to do next year. Vic
toria Latham, accompanied it the
piano by Helen Graham, sang sev
eral selections. Short talks on vari
ous subjects were made by the fol
lowing: Evelyn Hendrick, Mae Vliec
Ruth Runyans, Mamie Kendrick^
Mary Sue Austell, Seth Hoyle .'»ay
hew Raeford Pavls, Miss Belle El
liott, Edward Hamrick, Mr. ?. W.
Darts, B. H. Horton. James Patter
son, Mr. C. C. Goode and Atra
Mrs. J. W. Darts of Earl was a
special guest. Forty people attendee j
Miller-Jones presents the season's most
popular Footwear Styles
Neat, dreaay, W.
wearing ityiea cor
rectly fit will con
vince you of their
Sites S'/t to II
| and |
ll/i to t
lnf«nti* Shi 1
Sice* 7 to 10
20c wJ 39e
length, % length
and sockette* of
At Low Prices!
Stylet at fresh as spring,
time I All the n eyre it
leathers and patterns.
Pumps, straps, ties.
Manly styled on
fords of black or
tan leathers, Sturdy
long wearing soles.
S'/a to 11
I and I
11 to S'/x
Miller-Jooe* men’* »ho«» have all
the style of high priced footwear.
Black or tan leath
era is very dressy
or brogue patterns.
Mew French He el A
All the Lateet Shades,
Chiffon or Service
Sox 5 prs. $1
Medium or Light Weight.
MILLER-JONES 106 s LaFayet,e street
Shelby, N. C.
double Shoals N“ws
Of the Current Week
Mr*. Mitchell a Visitor From Sharon
South Carolina Cow Mother*
Double Shoals. Mar 26.--Last .ijfi
day the congregat ion at the Be o'1st
church was somewhat .smaller due
to the weather and the funeral of
Mr. Ambrose Yelton.
Sunday 29th the Sunday school at
the Baptist church will have a
missionary program at the usual
Sunday school hour. Special wiuilt
will also be a part of the program
The superintendent, C R Spanghi
along with each teacher and offi
cer, gives a special Invitation for
everyone to attend
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Spangler pent
last Friday in South Carolina visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of Share;!
Mrs. Mitchell and children re tuned
with them to spend the week ecd
Mrs. Mitchell although living in
South Carolina still holds her me c -
bershtp here and is one of the
churches most faithlul members,
each month she sends her montnlv
offering by mall. She Is also a a»i.i -
ber of our Sunday school being a
member of the home department
and contributes to all the causa.; fo
tered by the 8. S. boavd. In order io
explain all this, she holds her men,:
H>rshlp back here because there Is
not a church of her ihotce In bt»
Mrs. Mitchell before marriage was
Miss Ellen Green daughter of J. M
Green of Shelby, formerly of Double
Little Miss Pauline Coatnei is
sick with German measles at this
Well prosperity is mi its vaj
again, particularly amone the -ow
for last Tuesday a cow belonging to
J w. Costner became the mother
of twin calves which are both .ivinp
and growing fine, The lueatlon is
how will the family get any hulk
Says Prices Set
Fertiliser dealers declare untrue a
statement made in Hie Star tut
week, signed "A Farmer' who lair.'i
ed that fertilizer prices are not set
The farmer wrote that fertilizer deal
era are trying to sell fertilizer with
the prices to be set later. Hardwicke
A: Baber, representing a manure:
tmer of Columbia 8. C., and Tiad
C. Ford, representing several 'ert -
jltzer factories, declare this state
ment does not apply to them, n.ey
have set prices on fertilizers 'cid
are not asking the farmers to buy!
and have the price fixed later.
COAL IS CHEAPER
No Saving Whatever in trying to put through
early Spring days without a hit of fire and
then spending money on remedies for “Colds.”
Washburn Coal Co.
— PHONE 73 OR 35 —
Washburn Coal Co.
CLEVELAND HARDWARE CO.
New and Novel Things To Wear
Will Make This
The Most Beautiful
You Have Ever Seen
AND THERE IS NO REASON WHY YOU SHOULD
NOT HAVE NEW THINGS YOU NEED THIS
EASTER, NOT IF YOU SHOP HERE WHERE
PRICES ARE SO MUCH LOWER.
ARE HERE FOR
That You Would Expect To Pay Much More For!
FOR MATRON AND MI3S
NEVER SUCH VALUES AT
$4.95 - - $5.95
$9.95 - $ 14.95
YOU MUST HAVE A SHINY STRAW HAT THIS
EASTER AND WE HAVE THEM AT
$2.98-$3.98 and $4.98
LINGERIE — GLOVES—HOSIERY — BAGS
New Arrivals Daily!
Campbell Dept. Stores
Shelby and Lawndale