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Telephone The Stax No. 4-J Each Morning ii To u o'clock.
Mrs. Drum can be reached at her home, Phono 713, aiternood and nights
Who has not been a Bluebeard id
l ocked up one door and thrown
the key away,
f'or ie*r of something hidden on a
That he might finds if he returned
And, finding it, not bother any
With what his friends were always
Nor care If they did a*pck him and
, ’• deplore
His loss to their security, their
Who hits not hung his dreams with
Twisted to rafters of dark common
And gone untroubled by the w’hole
dr. punished only by indifference,
Making achievement hitter on his
Because he closed one door when he
Ruth Pitch Bartlett.
Miss Kbeltoft To
flare Ishpening Club.
Miss Elizabeth Ebeltott will be
hatess to members of the Ishpen
inji club »t a meeting on Thursday
aitmioon at 4 o'clock at. her home
on South Washington street.
totli Century Club
To Hare Meeting.
Mrs. Lor B Weathers will be
hostess to members of the 30th Cen
tury club on Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock »it her home on West Mar
I.aEayette P. T. A.
Will Meet Saturday.
Tire regular monthly meeting of
the LaPayette sct.twl Parent-Teach
ers’ association will be held at that
school building’ on Saturday even
ing at 7:30. All members are urged
to be present.
j Miss YVarlirk
f Hostess to Kacnlt.v
Miss Anne Warllck was hoste ss la
a bountiful supper on last Thurs
day evening honoring Messrs Alec
Mull, Olln Whitworth and Prof H.
M. liOy of the Cttsar high school fac
The living room and dining room
were decorated with beautiful spring
Supper was served to the follow
ing: Misses Muriel White, Thelma
Warllck, Messrs Alec Mull, Olin
Whitworth. Prof. II M. Loy and
After supper - every one enjoyed
the music furnished by Miss White
at the piano and Mr. Mull with the
Miss Gold Weds
Mr. Evans Grigs
On Easter Monday at the Dover
Baptist, church parsonage. Mr. Evans
Grigg and Miss Ruth Gold were]
united In mariage, the ceremony be-1
Ing performed by W. A. Elam, pas-:
tor of the Dover Baptist church. j
Mr. Orlgg Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dargan El, Grigg who live a few
miles west of Shelby. Mr. Grigg
comes from one of the best known,
and leading families of this county.
The bride Is the attractive daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gold
who live a few miles north of Shel
by. The bride also comes from one
of the leading families of Cleveland
being a granddaughter of the late1
"Min” Gold. Mr. and Mrs. Grigg
are very popular with all who know
them and number their friends by
Mrs. Quinn Is
Bridge Club Hostess.
Mrs. Aaron Quinn delight! ully en
tertained members of the Tuesday
Afternoon bridge club and a few in
vited guests at her home on Tues
day afternoon. Bridge was played at
three tables and when scores were
added Mrs. Frank Kendall was
winner of the high score prize and
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Mr*. Ben Buttle won the second
high score award.
Mrs. Quhin was assisted by Mrs.
hoy Thoinpson and Mrs. Grady
Lovelace In serving a delightful ice
and sweet course.
Those present were Mrs. If W
Morris, Mrs. Oliver Anthony, Mrs,
Shem Blackley, Mrs. Ben SutUe,
Mrs. Frank Kendall, Mrs. lienn
; Drum, Mrs. Hal Schenck, Mrs. B. O.
Stephenson, Mrs. Toy Thompson,
Mrs, Grady Lovelace; Mrs. Flay
Hoey, Mrs. Paul Webb, Jr , and Mrs.
Misses Vivian Buice and Juanita
Cline were hostesses on Monday
evening to members of the commer
cial club of the high School and a
few invited guests. They entertain
ed with a wiener roast o/.t at one
of the Boy Scout cabins, which was
much enjoyed Miss Ruby Pryor act
ed as chaperone.
Auxiliary To Meet
A regular meeting ol the Ami'll
can Legion auxiliary will lie held at]
the club room on Friday afternoon
at 3:30 with Mesdames George
Johnson and Mrs. Archie Archer a;
hosteses. All members are urged to
f. I), t . Meeting
On Tuesday afternoon at the club
room mombers of the United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy enjoyed a
regular meeting with Mrs. F. K.
Morgan as chairman of the hostess
committee. Mrs. J, F. Jenkins, as
first vice-president, presided. Dur
ing a business meeting plans were
made for the otd soldiers dinner to
be given on May 10. The plan Is for
each member to furnish a basket
dinner for the occasion. The pro
gram consisted of an interesting es
say on "The Peace Conferences of
he ’60s" read by Mrs. W. B. Nix.
A social half-hour was enjoyed
during which the hostesses served a
delicious ice course.
Miss Jenkins Honors
'llss Caroline Blanton.
Miss Sara Burton Jenkins was a
charming hostess on Saturday at
the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Jenkins, on South Wash
ington street, at a luncheon In com
pliment to Miss Caroline Blanton,
whose wedding will take place this
month. Miss Jenkins received her
| guests in a becoming black and
! white crepe frock and Miss Blan
1 ton wore a brown and yellow spring
model with which she wore brown
The guests found their places "at
the large table in the dining room
which was tastefully arranged with
spring flowers, a color scheme of
yellow and lavender being carried
out In the decorations. A delicious
four course luncheon was served
After luncheon bridge was played at
three fables. When scores were add
ed the high score prize went, to Miss
I.oulse Lattlmore. of Forest City,
who was the week-end guest of
Mrs. Hopson Austell. The hostess j
presented the honoree with a hand
some linen and filet bridge set.
Thoie playing were: Mrs. George
Blanton. Mrs. J. F. Jenkins, Miss |
Minnie Eddins and Mary Adelaide
Roberts, Mrs. Hopson Austell, Miss
l.ouise Latffmore, Miss Betty guttle,
Mrs. Esley Pendleton. Miss Mabel
Porter, of Spartanburg, Miss Jane
Stamey, Miss Blanton and Miss Jen
Jails Young Negro
Blacksburg, s. C, April 15.—J. p.
Moore, negro about 22 years old),
was rushed to the Cherokee county
jail at Gaffney Wednesday follow
nig arrest after an alleged attempt
to attack a young white woman of
the Antioch community.
The attempt was said to have
been made about a quarter of a mile
from the young woman’s home. Her
screams attracted the attention of
another negro, who happened to be
working within sight, and lie gave
an alarm. Moore ran. but was cap
tured some distance from the scene.
County Club At
The County club will meet tonight
at 8 o'clock at Fallston and hear A.
B. Bushong, teacher of agriculture
in the Ellenboro high school disruss
potato growing. Mr. Bnshong is an
expert in potato growing and cur
ing and will no doubt have an in
teresting and helpful message. The
meeting begins at 8 o'clock
Mrs. Esther Humphries died re
cently at West Bom witch. England,
at the age of 104
New Prospect News
Of Current Week
Party On Sight Seeing Trip To
Washington, I>. C. Per
(Special to The Star.)
April 14.—Miss Dorothy Smith
with a party of other young folks
left last Friday for a sight-seeing
trip to Washington, D- C. She was
expecting to return on Tuesday.
On our sick list we have Mr O. C. |
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Howell of 1
near North Brook No 1 were visit
ors in this community last Sunday |
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Wright and!
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Adams and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Wright of near Mulls Chapel Sun
Mrs. Leo Black and daughter of
Bethlehem community were. callers
in this section one day last week.
Mr. Charlie Grigg and sons, Tor
rence and Lawrence of South,side,
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Grigg
Miss Eltie Grigg spent Sunday
with Misses Vera and Bessie Yar
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Word of
Shelby R-7 vlsital Mrs. Hord's par
ents, Mr. and m!s. A. G. White last
Thursday. They were accompanied
home by Miss Nellie White who re
mained with them until Saturday.
Mr. Jasper Grigg and daughter,
Asleen. and Miss Verleen Putnam
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Thompson Hamrick of near Pleas
ant Orove church.
Mr. and Mrs. Jenks Fortenberry
of near Fallston were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Wright
on Tuesday of last week,
Mr. .Kenneth Anthony and Mrs.
Margaret Anthony of Bethlehem
section visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Howell Thursday afternoon
Aged Woman Dies
At Eastside Mill
Miss Leah Campbell, seventy yean
o£ age. died Monday evening at 9
o'clock at the home of her nephew
P. O. Moore, where she was making
her home. Her body was carried to
day to Gaston county for interment.
Last year 18,651 tourists visited
the Hawaiian Islands.
Mt. Sinai News
Of Current Week
Attend Mr. Dodd’s Funeral. Miss
Ellis Entertains, l’cr
* i Special to The Star.)
Shelby, R-2, April 14.—The W. M.
U., the G. A's and the Sunbeams
met at the church Sunday after
noon at two o'clock.
Mrs: W. N, Weaver spent part of
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Reggie
Weaver of Flint Hill.
Mr. Minor Williams ol Earl spent
Wednesday night with his school
mate, Mr. Crete Putnam.
The following people from this
community attended the funeral of
Mr Clint Dodd at Sharon church
last Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Harrill. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Clary,
Mrs. David Champion and Misses
Mignon Hanill, Della Weaver,
Rhcamer Clary and Edna Putnam,
Mr. and Mrs Wilburn Putnam
and family of Lattimore were vis
itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Putnam Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Miller Ellis and
children visited Mr. arid Mrs, T. L.
McSwain ot, McSwatnsVille during
Mr. and Mrs. Furman Ledbetter
of Flint Hill spent awhile with Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Clary Sunday night.
A very delightful social event of
the past week was a party given by
Misses Vernia and Nora Ellis on
Thursday night. The party was in
honor of the former's birthday.
Many new’ games were played dur
ing the course of the evening and
everyone present went away wishing
Miss Ellis many more such happy
birthdays. Out of the community
guests present were Miss Pearl
Bridges of the McBrayer section,
Miss Glen Frazier, Messrs, Sloan
Williams and Paul Frazier of Earl.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hamrick
and daughter. Miss Selma Hamrick,
of Pofflar Springs were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs, W. 1, Harrill Sun
Misses Ruth Hunt, Edna Putnam
and Mr. Andrew Hunt visited Miss
Dorcas Walker ot Lattimore Sun
A number from here attended the
oration and recitation contest held
at Earl school house last Friday
night. We are very proud that one
of our community boys, Mr. Hugh
Putnam Was the winner of the ora
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Messrs. Charlie Simmons of G&U-1
hey and Gene Webb ot Flint Hill
spent Sunday with Mr John Rollins.
Mesdames C. X. and R. O'. Ellis
and Cliff Putnam visited Mrs. Tor
rence Bridges Saturday afternoon
Mrsj Bridges has been sick for the:
past week but is much improved
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hawkins and
son, of Shelby, were the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Hawkins Sun
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bostic of Mor
ganton visited Mrs. J. H. Rollins
Mis*;s Thelma Wilson of Cher
ry ville and Pearl Beam of Shelby
spent the week-end with Miss Eunice
Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Clary and
family spent Tuesday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Wea
ver of Flint Hill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rollins were
visitors in Shelby Sunday afternoon
Mr. Everett Webb spent Sunday
with Mr. Elijah Weaver.
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What one hundred thousand oi
us Ruth Hanna McCormick Repub
licans did for Big BUI Thompson
last Tuesday at the mayor's elec
tion for refusing to support Ruth
after she had been nominated m
the primary and voting for J. Ham
Lewis for the United States senate*;
seems to have been a plenty. Just
give them time and chickens will
come home to roost.
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