Spring Golf Tourney
To Open Here Friday
Qualifying Round* In First Cleveland Springs
Tourney Of Year To Be Played Friday
And Saturday. Match Play In Flight*.
The annual spring tournament of the Cleveland Springs
County and Golf Club will being Friday of this week, it is
announced by Jack Hardigan, chairman of the tournament
All club members are urged to en
ter as there will be several flights
and qualifying round* inay be play
ed either Friday or Saturday
After every entrant has estab
lished his qualifying score they will
be divided Into flights, and from
that, point on the tournament will
be In match play by twosomes.
There will be first, prizes In all
flights with two prizes In the first
flight. The coveted prize, naturally
will be that of first honors In the
first flight which will decide the
championship of the club for the
The course Is now In good shape,
the fairways and greens being In
near perfect condition as a result of
the recent rains.
Club members who enter either
Friday or Saturday should file their
names and qualifying scores at the
List price* of stock exchange se
curities Increased by nearly $6,000,
000,000 In the last month. These are
certainly hard times.—San Diego
AtlMlNIS IRATItlX NOT! IE.
Having this day qualified u adminis
tratrix of tha estate of J. jO. Jonaa. tlr
oniKt of Cleveland county. North Cata
lina. notice In hereby given that all per
aona having claims against the estate o.
the deceased will present them to me at
Shelby, N C., for payment on or before
the 4th day of March, 1633, or thla notice
will be pleaded In bar of any recovers
thereof. All persona owing the tala estate
will pleaae make Immediate payment t<
tha undersigned This March *th. 1931.
ESSIE GREEN, Administratrix 01
Eatata of J V Jones At Mch 4u
TRUSTEE'S SALE. ’
By virtue of the power veated In ma as
trustee In those certain deeds of trust, ex
ecuted by John Michael and wife, and re
corded in booh tt5, page 343, and booh 167.
page 336. and booh 168, page 1W. of the
office of the register for Cleveland coun
ty, N. C., and default having been made
of tha payment of the Indebtedness there
by secured, and demand having been
made upon me to execute the trust. T
will sell to the highest bidder at the court
house door nl Shelby, N. C.. on
Retard ay, April SS, 19X1. at U
o'clock M.. or within legal hems, all of
the following real estate, to-wlt:
All eltuated in the town of Shelby. N. C
first lot fronting 80 feet on south side of
Hudson street, and extending bach a
depth of 160 feet, deed for which !e re
corded in book 3-X, page 374 of the office
of the regtetdr for Cleveland county, N
C., reference being had thereto for full
description Second lot, fronting on an
•llty 16 fast and extending back a depth
of 78 feat, and being a portion of the lot
conveyed to J. M. McDowell by ft. J. Dan
1*1 and wtfa. recorded in book 3-0, page
373 of tha register's office for Cleveland
county. N. C., reference to which la here
Terms of sale: Cash.
This the 34th dev of March. 1931.
B. T. FALLS, Trustee.
4t Mar 38c
AthlBtB’* foot and M«nd !t*h
and Weak *
**I TBDns Cardui U ■ wonder
fal medicine, for I improved
greatly after taking it,” eaya
Mra A. W. English, of R.F.D.
4, Roanoke, Va. "When I waa
}oat a girl of 13, my mother
gave this medicine to me, and
it did me a great deal of good.
1 waa weak and run-down.
After 1 had taken Cardui
awhile, I felt much better. I
"In 1924, my health waa poor, j
I felt miserable, and hadn't I
enough strength to do my
housework. It took all my
willpower to keep up. I waa
pale and weak.
"I got Cardui again and
took it My improvement waa
wonderful. I can reoommepd
Cardui to others, for my
health waa ao much better
after I had taken a course of
the Cardui Home Treatment”
Helps \Vomen to Health
Taka Tbedford's Black-Draught
*sr Constipation, Indigestion.
Biliousness. Only 1 cent a
In 11th Frame
Htttinf of Corbett In Final Frame*
Tarn* In Victory For
Extra inning baaeball game*
are getting to be a habit in the
city park here. Yetterday the
Shelby highs eked out a 3 to 4
victory over Rutherfordton In
the Ilth Inning.
Last week the Morrtsmen man
aged to defeat Lowell by one run In
the lith Inning.
In yesterday's contest the Shelby
outfit looked good only at Intervals
In being forced into extra frames to
defeat a team that seemed consid
erably weaker. The Shelby beta
were not working and had it not
been for a timely blow In the ninth
by Johnny Corbett, a pinch-hitter,
it would have been Rutherfordton'*
With the visitors one run ahead
Corbett, who went Into rightfleld for
Barrett, shot a single over second
base to score the tying run. The
game rocked along until the eleventh
when Corbett featured in the win
ning run when his Infield roller was
tossed wildly to first enabling a
Shelby runner to score from third
Peters hurled the entire game for
Shelby and appeared to be In better
form than in earlier appearances
this year, although bobbles by his
supporting cast pulled him Into sev
Outstanding features for the
Shelby team were contributed by
Carter, catcher, and Devine, fleet
third Backer. Carter, who Is working
hte first year behind the bat, found
4>la throwing arm and tossed out
five Rutherfordton runners at sec
ond base and would have Had
another except, for the failure of
Jdayhew to touch the runner. De
vine's fielding, hitting and base
running featured In practically all
of the Shelby scoring. Phllbeck was
also a batting star with two safeties.
Lipscomb, husky Rutherfordton
short stop, was the all-round star
of the contest. His fielding arid
throwing reminded local fans of
Cline Lee on short, while It was his
homer with a man on base that sent
the visitors two runs ahead near
the end of the regular game.
Bel wood Wins 12-2
Over No. 3 School
(Special to The Star >
Belwood, April 5.—Thursday aft
ernoon decides another victory for
Belwood. Coach Autry allows Lefty
Propet to represent Belwood on the
mount. Lefty allowed only four hits
and two runs, meanwhile retiring
four men by the strlka-out order.
Good coaching resulted In good
teamwork. One error. Belwood land
ed out 10 hits off of Patterson who
represented No. 3 on the mount.
These hits and few errors accounts
tor the 13 runs. Newton lead with
tour hits, two baggers and two sin
City Legion Boys
Beat Forest City
Playing at Forest City Saturday
the Shelby American Legion Junior
team, composed of young boy*, de
feated Forest City 12 to 6. Several of
the Forest City high school players
were in the Junior lineup there.
Or. Jarrett, who is handling the
Shelby youngsters, aays that the
lineup la not definitely assured yet
and urges all youngsters In the city
to report for practice each Monday,
Wednesday and Friday afternoon.
Saturday the Juniors play Forest
City a return game here.
notice or sale of automobile ro*
North Caroline Cleveland County.
Under And by virtue ol authority con
tained tfl Section 3435 of the Consolidated
statutes, of North Carolina. W* will offer
for public sale for cash at the court
home door to Shelby, N, C , on the 35th
fl»S of April. 1931 at 13 o’clock noon or
within lege! hour*:
On* Bulck sedan, motor number 3JtT
semi number 1033575. Bald sale Is to eat
ufy lien for repair# on said Bulek car,
Thl* the 35tli day of March, 1931.
BEAM MOTOR COMPANY,
By Paul H. Beam. Agent,
____■ »* 10«
Notice i* herehy given that 1 have this
day qualified as executrix of the estate™of
J*?e Cline, lete of Cleveland county
North Carolina and all persona having
olalma against the eald estate wUl present
*»“*'¥ ”»• P«ip*rly prorerf on or before
lh* 30th day of March U3S or thl* noUe*
will be pleaded in bar of any reooverv
thereof. All persons owing the said estate
will please make immediate settlement to
the undersigned. This March 30th. 1931
BETTIE CUNE. R-3, Lawndale
* /Executrix of Jane Cline, dee d.
' ,y <1 Apr lc
To Play Shelby
Wav Be I,a*l Home Game For
Morrlsmen Before Title
One of the biggest baseball
names of the season for the
Shelby highs Is booked for
Thursday afternoon when the
Morrlsmen take on their an
cient foe, Gastonia at the Shel
This may be the last game the
locals will play at home before the
state championship series gets un
derway, although Coach Morris
hopes to secure another game or so
prior to that time.
Gastonia has a strong team that!
hopes to cop Thursday's game as It
may be the last meeting of the two
clubs this season due to the fact
that Gastonia la In the class A race
while Shelby will be In the class B
Friday the Morrlsmen go to
Cherryvllle for a return game.
Of Current Week
California Visitors In. Mrs. Snow
Home From Charlotte Hospital
(Special to Ths Star.)
Fh Us ton. April 14— Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Shaw and son, Joe Ned. of Ba
kersfield. Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
6. S. Royster visited Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Weathers of Shelby Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Oettys Hoyle and
children of Charlotte, visited rela
tives here Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Elam were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Beam Sunday
Mrs. William Blggerstaff Is seri
ously ill at. the home of her daugh
ter Mrs. Clem Hoyle
Little Miss Minnie Mae Cline
spent the week end with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. Wise of
Mr, and Mrs. Elvtn Barnett of W.
Jefferson, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. P. O. Ross.
Misses Nelle 8tamey and Thelma
Hoyle spent the week end with Mr
and Mrs. Wyatt Stamey at Polk
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Withrow and
sons John, Billy and Bobby of Hol
lis were Jhe dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs, W. A, Royster Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Martin vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Martin
Miss Alma Myers of Shelby was
the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Edmonds Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wright and sons
of Gastonia visited Mr. and Mrs. w.
A. Wright and family Sunday.
Mr John W. Withrow of Hollis is
spending this week with Mr. Reid
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey and
son Charles, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Elmore near Lawndale Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Beam and
daughter Kathryn, visited Mr. and
! Mrs. George Beam near North
Brook Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sigmon and
father Mr. Max Boggs, visited Mr.
Slgnon’s parents Mr and Mrs. W. H.
Sigmon at Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs, J, c. Royster visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dellinger
Mrs. E. E. Snow returned to her
home from the hospital Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lee and clat'gh
ters visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Lee, Rt Lattimore Sunday after
Mrs. W. A. Oantt visited Mr and
Mrs. Clarence Oantt at Raleigh
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. T. A. stamey and daughter
Miss Janie Stamey left Wednesday
for Hot Springs. Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore and
family of Forest City visited Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Lee Hoyle Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fortenbury
of Lawndale and Mr. and Mrs. O
J. Fortenbury visited Mr. and Mre
Jack Fortenbury Sunday.
Misses Loveta and Vergie Hoyle
visited Miss Martha Sue Royster chi
Mrs. Hugh Beam was a Shelby
Mr. and Mr*. J. R, Lackey and
daughters spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Shruni at Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Adda! Elliott and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis visited Mr
and Mrs. Henry Oantt 8unday.
Miss Ruth Morgan spent the weak
end with Miss Inez Ridge at Folk*
MT. and Mrs. D. E. Hoyle spsnt
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
MT. Hunter Wright of the Pleas
ant Grove section spent Saturday
night with Mr. Cline Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Peeler of Bel
wood visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A
Misses Maud and Lillian Kendrtck
who teach school at Dallas spent
the week end with their parents Mr
and Mrs. 8. T. Kendrick.
Mr and Mrs. Charley Lewis vis- j
Day Workers Play
Night Force Ora
Mill On Saturday
The Ora mill village expect* to
see the best ball game of the sea
son Saturday afternoon at two
o'clock, on the Ora field. This game
is to be between the day and night
employes of Ora mill. None of the
plays are professional but all have
played In different leagues through
out the country. The teams follow:
E E. Gantt, pitch, P. P, Lemons
catcher, B. O. Starnes, first base, A
B. Quinn, second base, E. A. Ham
rick, shortstop, e. G. White, third
base, A. W. Shull, right field, J. W.
Hill center field, C. O. Gamble, left
field. Substitutes: A. E. Pritchard,
Percy Ogburn, H. D. Hubbard, Earl
Cartee, J. P. McMurry, W. C, .Jus
C. D. Henderson, pitcher, W H.
Lemons, catcher, J D. Farmer, first
base, B. E. Lemons, second base. R.
S. Lynn, shortstop, J, E, Greene,
third base, C. T. Allen, right field,
G L. Curry, center field, J. A.
Southerland, left field, F. K. Owens,
manager. Substitutes: O. C. Vaughn,
J. B. Connor, E. G. Denham.
New House News
Of Current Week
Farmers Getting: Fertiliier In. Two j
New House Graduates* at
New House. April 14.—Farmers in
this section are busy hauling ferti
liser to be ready to plant when the
Rev. W. A. Elam filled hi* regu
lar appointment at Sandy Plains
Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. A
very large audience was present. A
number from nearby churches were
Attendance at B. V. P. U. was ex
tra good \vith'excellent grades and
the meting hour is 7:30 o’clock. All
are urged to be on time, visitors are
A number from the New House
section attended the Hollis com
mencement exercises last week. Miss
Louise and Mr. Elmo Walker of
New House were among the num
ber of graduates.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hawkins and
children of Hollis were the spend
the-day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Miss Louise Walker spent Sunday
with Misses Gladys and ^tutele
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Walker visited
in Ellenboro over the week end.
Mrs. John Humphries is seriously
sick at this writing;
Mrs. Zulia Walker is visiting her
daughter Mrs. W. E. Butler and Mr.
Butler at Morgant.on this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Doty and
daughter Verdia spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Acey Greene of
Mr. and Mrs- Audisy Crow and
family spent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Greene.
Bom recently to Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Daves a son Floyd Franklin. Mrs.
Daves before marriage was Miss
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bridges of
Polkville were dinner guests of Mr
and Mrs. Troy Greene Sunday.
Miss Verdia Doty spent Sunday
night with Misses Ruby and Bernice
A number of students of Boiling
Springs college are expected to be at
Sandy Plains next Sunday morn
ing April 19 at 11 o’clock to render
a program consisting of talks and
Announcements for the Shelby
circuit Sunday, April 19:
Sunday school at El Bethel. Sha
ron, Sulphur Springs and Salem,
beginlng 9:46. The pastor will preach
at El Bethel 11 a. m.
We are calling off the Sunday
school and preaching at Pine drove
Sunday afternoon so the people may
attend the commencement services
i for Patterson Spring and Earl
schools at New Hope In the after
Ft. L. FORBIS.
Beds 200 Bushels
Of Sweet Potatoes
John Beam say* this will Be a po
tato year-at least he 1* planuin?
to make tt one. Thla week he and
the D. A. Beam Co., of which ho Is
a member bedded 300 bushels of sew
eral varieties of sweet potatoes
Thousands of the plants will oe set
out by them whtle other thousand.*
will be sold to other farmers and
Jted Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lewis Sun
Mrs. Tommie Cline and Mrs
M. J. Baber Monday afternoon Mr.
Baker Is very 111.
Mrs. Amoa Pruitt and Mr. and Mrs
E. A. Hoyle Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. Wyatt Stamey and Miss K *e
Mary White of Polkville visited Mrs
Clem Hoyle Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Carrie Hoyle spent Thu'.ictay
night with Miss Dulcenia Seism
Shelby’s first wrestling bout In
two years will be staged Saturday
night at the company K armory.
Kid Freeman, veteran of many
mat battles, will take on Cercy
Hewitt, local wrestler, In a match
of two falls out of three.
The promoters assure an enter
taining preliminary with a battle
royal between five colored boys.
The program Is under the auspices
of company K.
Star Route News Of
(Special to The Star.)
Lattimore, April 14.—Mrs. Hannie
Pruett has a new radio, a gift from
her sons J, J. and R. L. Pruett.
Mrs. Fay Crow Is on the sick list
at this wrttlrtg.
Miss Lorene Greene of Mooresboro
spent a few days last week with her
aunt Mrs. John Pruett.
Misses Inez Davis and viola
Bridges, Exle Humphries of No. 1
township were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs Bjaln Davis last week.
Mrs. Drury Lovelace spent last
Thursday with Mrs. Hannle Fruett.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Davis attend
ed a double funeral of Mrs. Agnes
Bridges and Mrs. Vera Morgan
Hugglns at Grassy Pond church
Mr. and Mrs. John Pruett were
business visitors in Shelby la«t
Mr. and Mrs. Ma]or Lovelace and
daughters Misses Ruth and Ou^le
Lovelace were callers on Mr. C. C
Pruett Sunday night.
Exercises Begin ,
B«th-Ware commencement exer- .
ctses will begin Wednesday night
April 15 and continue until Friday
night April 17.
Wednesday night, play by eighth
grade, “Miss Topsy Turvy.”
Thursday night April 16, Gram
mar grade program.
Friday April 17, 10:30 a. m., reci
tation contest. 11 a. in. annual ad
dress by Rev. C. J. Black, pas'.or '
Baptist church, Bessemer City.
1:30 p. m. primary grade exer
cises. 7:30 p, m. play by 9th and 10th
grade “Dr. Jim.”
, Everyone cordially invited.
By virtu* of those two certain deeds Of
trust executed to me on the 15th day of
March. 1930. and recorded In book If*.
Oases 114 and 115 of the office of the
register for Cleveland county. H. C.. to j
secure un indebtedness therein described,
and default having been mad* In the pay
ment ol the Indebtedness thereby secured,
l will eel! to the nlgheet bidder at the ,
court houxe door In anelby. N. C., on.
Saturday. April IS, 1981, at 13 o'clock M.
or within legal hour* the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt:
1st lot: Situated In the 8. W. square of
the town of Shelby. N. C.. and being that
,ot conveyed to M. A. Spangler and J. L ,
Suttle by Mabel Branton and husband, R
H. Branton by deed recorded In book 3-U.
page 146 of the office of the regleter for
Cleveland county, K. C.. reference being
nereby made to said deed for description '
oy metes and bounds.
Jnd lot: Being situated in the eastern
portion of the town of Shelby. N. C., and
oelng lots Nos. 7 and 8 of mlock A of prop
erty as shown by plat of aame made by D
H, 8. Frasier, C. E., to December. 1934. and
recorded In book — page 80 ol the office
of the register for Cleveland county. N.
C.. to which map and record reference is
hereby had for better description and i
dentlftcatlon of eald lots. J
Terms of sale: Cash
This the X8th day of March, 1931. ]
B. T. FALLS. Trustee.
4t Mar 18c :
1 (First Publltheo tn Cleveland Star. March
ai. lain i
By virtue of th* power of sale contain
ed to a deed of trust executed the lath .
day of September. 1939. by W. E. Whts
nant and wife, Sarah Whtsnant. recorded ,
•n book 183, peg* 59, or the register'* of
Uce ol Cleveland county, n: C.. to me as
trustee, securing an Indebtedness to Allen
Client), and default having been made to
the payment of eald Indebtedness, and
having been called upon to execute the
trust. 1, as trustee will sell for cash to the
Highest bidder at public auction at the
ourt house door to Shelby. 14. C., on
Saturday. April M, l»sl,
at 13 o’clock M.. the following described
Located In No. 3 township of Cleveland
county, North Carolina, about three miles
southeast of Shelby, being that tract of
and bounded on the north by lands of S
a. Hamrick; on the east by land Of M. Ar
.Spangler, on the south by lands of Renro
McEntlre; and on the Wbst by lands ol the
i Blanton estate, now owned by Novello
ClUie. with metes and bounds of sale
i property being as follows;
Beginning at a stone on old line, cor
ner of land sold by w. J. Hogue to J, a
Joode, now owned by 8. R, Hsmrtck's as
.ate. and runs thence south 37 degrees
vest 33 poles to Jacob Hogue s eld corner,
•hence south 39 east 98 poles to a stone
bile, Novello Cline's and Renso McEntlrc'a
corner; thence south 61 degrees east M
poles to a stone, M. A. Spangler’s corner
in the Jesse Hogue old line; thence north
i9 degrees east 80 poles to a stake in the
Jesse nogue uia une ana corner or land
sold to J. A. Goode, now 8. R. Hamrick''
estate land; thence with line of the Ham
rick's estate line north #5 degrees west 13s
soles to the beginning, containing eg;
acres more or lets, being the Southern
portion of the 98 acre tract conveyed to
W. J Hogne by Jesse Hogue on November
13th, ]#*# and recorded in book V. page
385. of the register’s office of Cleveland
county, N. C , and the same being all of
.hat tract of land conveyed by w J
-logue, widower, to Allen Glenn on the
•3rd day of March, 1936, said deed being
of record In book 3-Q. page 336. of the
•glster'a office of Cleveland county. N c
reference to said deed being hereby made
Excepting from the above seven <7.45>
md 46-100 acres deeded by Allen OJttnn to
M. A. Spangler and J. L. Suttla on the
itt day of January. 1934, which deed i*
recorded In book 3-R. page 310, of the
register's office of Cleveland county, N C.;
notes and bounds of said 7.46 acres being
as follows: Beginning on a stake on souf
dde of road, Spangler's and Suttle's cor
tar and runs thence with their Une north
,■0-30 east 1,110.6 feet to stake. Hamrick'
orner. thence with hie Une north M-36
.eat 536 feet to a stage m aranfti. then*
south 6-46 weet 308 feet to a cherry
jtump; thence south s-40 east 98* feat to
take, the point at beginning.
This sale la made subject to a prto>
•en executed to Federal Land bang, alio
■ubject to any and al) other prior Urn
>nd incumorances including any and al>
uses. A deposit of 10 percent will be re
tuirid from the purchaser at the aala
HENRY B. EDWARDS, Trustee
« Mar 36c
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