UBS. KENN UKL’M. Editor,
Telephone The Star No. *-J Each Morning u fo 12 O'clock.
Mrs. Drum can he reached at her home, Phone 713, afternoon and nlRh's
X needs must keep iny happiness in
Behind the barrier of my firm de
Kothins must come between -n. to
My claim to this defense. No
Oi this or that which I may feci
Shal make my life the steeper by
What calm I ha'e I must, detain, *se>
With time, when time denis me n
And yet when I am knowing yon '
Che cherry Skid • ecu;- likrl:'r te
And all the things you touch her,oh**
more dear -
Mere rear akin tc beauty in the
tui v.nen jc c voice coni''< ■ lev.
and cold and white,
I cloak my heart, and .‘unii‘t
through the nigh'.
—Kpreneo Dlekineon in the'kir..*
Mretlinr Of Indies’
Golf Club Friday.
V On Pride y afternoon at 2.30 t'ii*
tegular meeting of the ^adles' Gulf
club r ill be held at the golf dull
Second Baptist Workers'
Connell To Meet.
The Sunday school workers' coun
cil of the Second Baptist church
will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 al
the church. All teachers and offi
cers are u-'f'-d to be present. Aftri
the business session a social half
hour will be held.
To Have Meting.
On Thursday afternoon «u the
club room at 3:30 Mesdames J. R
Dover, Thad Ford. Basil Goode ati
Coleman Doc cot wtU be Joint host
esses at a regular meeting of the firsl
afternoon division of the Woman'!
rlub. The main feature of the otter
noon's program will be an addres!
given by Mr. J. H. Orlgg All mem
bers are urged to be present
Goes To Raleigh.
Miss Mary Sue Borders will leavi
tomorrow for Raleigh where she
will reign as Princess Pat, with Mr
O. W. Dameron. of Bessemer City
as Saint Patrick, over the annua:
Engineers' Fair to be held at Stale
college during the remainder of the
week. Miss Borders will be accom
panied to Raleigh for the celebration
by her sister. Miss Bernice Borders
her father. Mr. Mike L. Borders
and an aunt, Mrs. J. R Cline.nl
King ". Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNeely and
their children spent Sunday and
Sunday night in Greensboro where
they went to atetnd the golden wed
ding anniversary’ celebration of
Mr. McNeely'e parents, Mr. and M>’s
R. F. McNeely. which took place at
their home there that day. The cel
ebration. of the happy occasion hud
been planned by the children of Ml
and Mrs. McNeely, Sr., and came at
a surprise to them. All the children
and grand children of the couple
along with their closest friends had
been Invited in to spend the day.
end in the afternoon a pretty re
ception was held at which the sen
ior Mr. and Mrs, McNeely were the
guests of honor. Two of the ijue. ts
present at the celebration Sundav
had been attendants in the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. McNeely fifty
I* Bridge Hostess.
Mrs. J. P. Cunningham was host
esa uu Muuany aiieruoun ai me
Hotel Charles at a delightful, In
formal small party In compliment
to her sister, Mrs. William H. Davis,
of Kane, Pa., who has been her
guest for the past few days Bridge
was played at four tables during
the afternoon and when scores were
added Mrs. Draper Wood was win
ner of the high score prize, Mrs. Ceph!
Blanton won second-high score
prize, and Mrs. W. B. Nix was
awarded a prize for third high
score. Mrs. Cunningham presented
Mrs. Davis with a pretty hand bag
as a guest prize.
After the cards were laid aside at
tractive and delicious refreshments
Mr. And Mrs. Yates
On Friday evening at their home
on Cleveland Springs road Mr. and
Mrs. D R. Yates were hosts at a
pretty party entertaining In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McSrayer,
who left Sunday for their new home
at HetttovtHe -where Mr. MeBrayerj
will Ffe'manager of the Penney
store. The rooms were decorated in,
narmony with hie Easter season and
the games played at the three small:
“•weA were also suggestive of the!
i approaching holiday. Misses Mary
I Peg! am and Ella Lipscomb won
| prizes awarded in the different
Ice cream Rnd cake were served,
the Easter idea again appearing In
the refreshment plates. Dainty bas
kets of nuts and candles were placed
on each table.
Guests included members of the
•I. C. Penney store force and Mr
McBrayer's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
L. F. McBrayer. The members of the
store force presented Mr. McBrayer
with a handsome Gladstone bag.
Lutherans Meet At
Inspiring Vddressrs Made By Cline,
• iSpecial to The Stai.i
Two Inspiring addrc.-ses were de
livered in St. Matthews Lutheran
church, Kings Mountain, Sunday
afternoon, March 29th, at 3 p. m„ to
many representatives from 31 Luth
eran congregations assembled for
the quarterly meeting of the South
ern district of the Lutheran Broth
erhood of North Carolina. All par
ticipation oh the program was from
! the local brotherhood.
1 Mr. A. E. Cline. the efficient
j chairman of the finance commit
j'tee of Cleveland county, spoke on
the subject of “Brotherhood and
Church Finance." He said the bud
get for the ensuing year should be
itemised by the finance committee,
submitted to the churh council for
a critical and analytical study,
thence to the congregation for fam
iliarization ahd adoption. Upon the
adoption of the budget, for the en
suing fiscal year, the brotherhood
the man-power of the church, should
arise as one man to assume the re
sponsibility of securing the mini
mum amount necessary in bonafide
subscription to meet the budget,
The “Spirit of Loyalty” was dis
cussed in an affable manner by
Mayor W. H. McGinnis, using an
episode in the life of David as a
basis for an appeal. “And David
longed and said: Oh that one would
give me water to drink of the well
of Bethlehem, which is by the gate!
And the three mighty men brake
through the hosts of the gate and
took it, and brought it to him." (2
Samuel 23: 15-18). Mr. McGinnis
said in essence, as the men out of
loyalty Jeapordized their lives for
their leader, we should In the same
spirit of loyalty project, pur means
and talents toward the accom
plishment of larger things for the
Mr. W. A. Ridenhour read the
scripture lesson (Romans 12) and
prayer was offered by Mr. S, A.
Mauney. An intivation was accepted
to hold the next regular district
meeting with Emmanuel Lutheran
church, Lincolnton, Sunday. May 31,
Rev. C. K. Derrick pronounced the
The actual value of lespedeza as
a soil improving crop will be tested
In a soil building demonstration for
five years on four or five plots of
poor land in Rowan county by \V,
G. Yeager, county agent
Card of Thanks.
Thomas Burchett and family of
Shelby wish to thank their many
friends for the kindness and sym
pathy shown in the death of his
wife, Senora Burchett.
Babbitino: service. See
us for all parts.
Mauney Auto Parts
IS NOW OPEN TO THE
This is a very fine mu
seum, showing historical
pictures; also a large col
lection of relics from ever>
part of the world; includ-(l
ing, a Chinese hand guillo
tine, which is used in China
for beheading criminals,
the gun that shot and kill
ed President McKinley, and
hundreds of other interest
There is no charge for
admission. Anyone gives
what he likes. The manage
ment invites the public to
visit the museum.
Open Daily from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m.
Located South LaFav
ette Street, 2 doors from
It Pay* To Advertise
At The Theaters
The Webb theatre is continuing a |
successful show week, beginning to
day with "Millie," a new picture in
which Helen Twelvetrees carries the
central role. Others in the cast are
Jaines Hall, Lilyan Tashman arid
Robert Ames; "Millie” is a love
drama with good reports from the
critics. The story comes from Hen
derson Clarke's best selling novel.
Theatre fans are finding some
real entertainment- in the Carolina
programs this week. The mid-week
feature began this afternoon with a
large audience of Bancroft admirers
to see George run his newspaper,
'The Scandal Sheet.” Bancroft was
a mighty wolf of Wall street and he
is equally as convincing in his new
role as editor of a newspaper.
The Lyric opened this afternoon
with a new bill of entertainment.
Nell Hamilton and Una Merkel head
the cast in the Important feature
picture, "The Command Perform
ance.” Shorts add a great deal of
variety to the program. Friday will
bring another big feature, “The
Storm.” and nlso a new serift! "Fin
New Prospect News
Of Current Week
Visitings of People In And Out of
(Special to The Star.)
March 31.—Mr. John Beam had
the misfortune of losing a cow last
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hord and
son of Shelby route 7 visited Mrs.
Hord's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O
White last Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter and
son, of Shelby, visited the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. if. Carpen
ter Thursday night.
Miss Mlnie Katherine Allen of N
C. C. W. has been spending several
days with her mother. Mrs. John
Mr. Frank Wright of near Mulls
Chapel accompanied Messrs. Paul
and Charlie Hord to Sunday school
Mr. and Mrs. Albert White and
daughter, Nellie, spent Friday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs, Raymond
Hord of near the fairground,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Andrew Carpenter
and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Carpenter Wednesday morn
Mr. and Mrs. David Sellers and
children of Marys Grove community
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Vangie McSwain was absent
from school several days last week
with a cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carpenter and
i children of Shelby spent Sunday
with Mr, and Mrs. A. G. White,
j Mr .and Mrs. Clarence Watterson
of near St. Paul church spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey P. Crowe of
Charlotte visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mr. Luther Sellers and son of near
Faliston were callers in this com
munity last Thursday afternoon.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES
HERE ON EASTER SUNDAY
Thursday. April 2nd, a prayer
service with instruction at 7:30 p. m.
at the church, choir practice follow
ing. Good Friday, April 3, service at
10 a. m., lasting until 10:45.
Easter day, April 5, service of
prayefc with preaching at 11 a. m,
followed by the Holy Communion,
church school at 10 a. m.
NEGRO CHURCH PRESENTS
CANTATA EASTER SUNDAY
The A. M. £. Zion church choir
will present a cantata “The Glory
of the Garden” on Easter Sunday,
beginning at 8 p. in., it is announc
«* «*■' mmmmmmmrnmmmmmm
The Little Theatre With
Neil Hamilton, Una
Merkel, and an im
portant cast of prin
Sunday School Meet
At Waco April 5th;
Secretary Morgan and A. V. Wash
burn On the Program. Meeting
On Easter Sunday.
The monthly meeting of the Kings
Mountain Baptist Sunday school as
sociation will be held Sunday, April
5tli with the Waco Baptist church,
the theme for discusioh being “The
Weekly Teachers and Officers Meet
ings." The following program nas
2:30 devotional by Rev D. F. Put
nam; 2:45, Demonstration of a
weekly teachers and officers meet
ing by Zion Sunday school; 3:40,
special music by Ross Grove; 3:45,
How to have a successful weekly
teachers meeting, by C. F. McSwain
of Patterson Springs S. S.; 4, an
nouncements and adjourn.
Mr. J. W. Costner, superintendent
says he hopes to have all superin
tendents, officers and teachers
present at this meeting as Secre
tary Morgan of Raleigh will be
present, also A. V. Washburn, of
Goldsboro. Mr Washburn is a for
mer field worker for this associa
tion and Is coming to hold six
conferences In the bounds of the as
sociation for pastors, superintend
ents, group superintendents, teach
ers and officers and all Sandy Run
association- members who care to
Mr. Washburn, will be at Waco
Sunday Sunday afternoon at the
regular monthly meeting and then
With the association®* superintend
ent Mr. Costner, beginning Monday
Mr. Washburn will speak at the
At Double Springs Monday night,
April 6th, beginning at 7:30 o'clock
where all superintendents of groups
1 and 2 are asked to be present.
At Kings Mountain First church,
Tuesday night, April 7th for groups
3 and 4.
At Pleasant Grove, Wednesday
night April 8th for group 3.
At Shelby First church Thursday
night for group 8.
At Double Shoals Friday night
for group 6.
At Poplar Springs Saturday night
for group 7.
All meetings will begin at 7:30
Billion Dollars In
Buildings To Spend
Washington, Mar. 31.--Chairman
Woods of the President's emergen, y
employment committee announced
that nearly Si,000,000.000 worth e•
contracts for public works had ' i• n
let since December 1. 1930
The total, including $40,58' <>37 o'
contracts let. during the last week,
The projects include public cl
senii-public work, post Offices rr. !
other Federal buildings, state and
municipal buildings, churches and
other similar work.
Reports during the last week cov
ered 264 projects in 39 states and
the District of Columbia.
Mr. Crow Who Died
Owned 1,000 Acres;
Scare At Northbrook
Student In North Brook School Dies.
Several Sick. Per
'Special to 'Die Star.)
Toluca. Mar. 21.—A large crowd
attended the funeral of Pink Crow
last Wednesday which was held at
his home. Services were conducted
by Rev. McDonald and Dr. Zeno
Wall of Shelby. He leaves a widow
and eight children, four boys: By
num of Shelby, Lee of Virginia, D.
P, and Howard of Toluca; four girls:
Mrs. Prestiire Sain of Hickory, Mrs.
Manning Bills- of Virginia. Mrs Lee
Buff and Mrs. Edison Mull of near
Toluca: one girl preceded him to the
grave. About 22 grandchildren, one
brother, Mr. L. M. Crow of Maiden
and one sister, Mrs. Amanda Mail*
ncy, a host of relatives and friends.
The new made grave was covered
with beautiful flowers, Mr. Crow
was a successful farmer owning
about 1,000 acres of laud.
A good many from this commun
ity attended the singing conven
tion at Olive Grove last Sunday.
The district W M. U. met at Car
penters Grove last Sunday p. m.
Mrs. M, S. Boyles spent last week
at the bedside of her father, Mr. D,
L. Davis who was quite ill with gall
stones. He is improving at this writ
Mr. W, T. Mull of Catawba coun
ty spent a few days the past week
at the home of his daughter, Mr
Charlotte Will Play
Shelby On Thursday
j One of the big baseball games of
the year for Shelby high, 1930
champions, Will be staged at the
Shelby park Thursday afternoon, if
the weather permits.
The Charlotte highs, 1930 class A
champs, will come here for the game.
Rivalry between the two schools has
been high for years and the game,
if hot rained out, will draw a large
The game scheduled for yesterday
with Boiling Springs, to replace the
game rained out last'Saturday, was
also rained out.
On Friday the highs go to Lowell
for a game, and to Bolling Springs
for another game Saturday.
and Mis. S. A. Sain. He is quite ill
again with stomach trouble.
Is Born on last Monday, March 23,
to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Workman, a
big nine pound boy, Julius David
Mother and babe are doing nicely.
Miss Corene Hoyle spent Satur
day night witli Mi»s Nora Costner
Mr. C. A. Bridges , of Richmond,
Va. visited at the home of Mr Webb
Ledford last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sain spent last
Thursday at the home of their
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Odus Nor
liian of Belwood.
Miss Inez Propst spent Saturday
night with Miss Ruth Costner.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sain visited
their grandfather, Mr, S. D. Sain
Sunday p. nr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Young and
family were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. Young’s son, Mr. ana
| Mrs. Carme Young of Newton on
The district rally which was held
[at Hebron over the week-end was
| well attended.
Mr. A. P. Sain and son, Mr.
(Charlie Sain, of Morganton. visited
| at the home of his daughter, Mr.
land Mrs. H. E. Hartman last Sun
| Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sain and sou,
Herbert, of Hickory, were Toluca
visitors last Sunday.
Mauney Willis spent some time
.last week at the home of his sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eaker of Dallas.
Mr. S. H. Upton is still seriously
| ill at this writing.
There is still a lot of sickness. A
: great scare happened at North
'Brook No. 3 school near Toluca last
week, when Mr. Bill Brackett’s chil
dren took sick and one boy died.
For a few days it was thought they
had mennengitis. The school stop
ped for a day or so, but his trouble
was found to be German measic
j followed by rheumatism.
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