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Messrs. Fred Logan and Brevard;
Latttmore left yesterday for Chad
botirn where they are employed by
the federal-state Inspection service,
Misses Elizabeth and E\a Borders
and Ralph Tucker, of Shelby, and
Richard Carroll, of Blacksburg,
spent Sunday in the western section
of the Stale.
Mr. and Mrs. B B. Moore,,Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Greene and families,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. D. Phllbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Fortune and daughter. and
Misses Haynes of Cliffside were
visitors in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hamrick of |
Morganton, have been visiting their
son, Mr. Burgin Hamrick for sev-'
Mrs. J. B. Nolan was carried to a
Charlotte hospital this morning to
undergo treatment at the hands of!
Mrs. Toy B. Webb had ripe straw
berries from her garden on 'fuciday
of this week.
Mr. J. M. Green left Mils morning:
for Hamlet to visit his sister, Mrs <
Sanders for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lacey and tnree j
children, of Montgomery, Ala, wili'
arrive tonight to attend the f uncr
,al of Mrs. Lacey's father, Mr S.' O.
Andrews, here tomorrow.
Mr. Eugene Hoyle son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Hoyle, who has teen in
the U. S. navy for sometime, ex
pects to receive his discharge with
in the next few days and will be
home sometime next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Draper Wood ---pent
Sunday afternoon in Gaffney visit
ing the former's father. Mr. A N.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wo.'kman
Mrs. R. G. Johnson, and Mrs Hail
burton, all of Morganton, spent the
day here with friends yesterday.
| Mrs. Henry Cline, of Llncohitor,
who has been spending the post
week here with her two daughters,
I Mrs. Rush Stroup and Mrs Earl
Honeycutt, left today to return to
The many friends of Misses Minna
and Peg LeGrand. daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. LeGrand. who are
students at- Peace Institute in Ra
leigh, will be Interested to know
that they both have been taking
important parts in the plays given
by different organizations nt the
college during the year.
Among the Shelby ladies who at
tended the meeting of the Kings
Mountain Presbyterial held if Kirgs
Mountain yesterday were: Mrs.
Harry Speck, Mrs. Brady iM'kvr.
Mrs. Draper Wood, Mrs. Renn Drum.
Mrs. S. O. Andrews, Mrs. \V. F
Mitchell, Mrs. h. A. Gettys, Mrs R.
T. LeGrand, Mrs. R. L. Ryburn Mrs.
F. O. Gee, and Mrs. W. A. McCord
Mrs. John B. Oates, of Chariot'r
is a guest of Judge and Mrs. EV Y
Webb, here this week, having come
to attend the Thayer-Blanto.i ved
| Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hopper and
; children, of Fayetteville, spent the
week-end here with Mr. and . Its. D.
Friends of Miss Marietta Hoyle
■st ill be pleased to learn that she has
been elected president of .he stu
dent Y, W. C. A. at Davenpo.t col
lege. Lenoir, where she is a student,
for the next school year.
Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin and
two little sons, John Douglas, jr,
and Will Donald, left Sunday for
Union, W. Va. Mrs. Godwin and .he
children have been spending f.re
past tliree weeks here with h»- par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Griff*-.-.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sloan, Jr of
Gastonia, who will come to Shelby
this evening to attend the Thiyw
Blanton vvedding and reception, will
be supper guests of Mr. and M Ed
Miss Emma Walker, of Ruther
ford county, little niece of Airs F.
L. Hoyle, is spending this wee.: .tore
with Mr. and Mrs. Hovle and fam
Mrs. L. M. Willianjb, of ChatiQtte,
spent the day here yesterday with
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Babington at
their home on W Warren street.
He Fell For It.
The two college students were in
"I had a fall last night widen
rendered me unconscious for eight
hours,” said TUppen.
‘You surprise me.’ gasped Strange.
“Where did youfnil?'’
i .The other yawned,
j “1 fell asleep.' he miirni-.a .i
At The Theaters
At Uir Carolina today and Thurs-j
day: Ei Brendel. famous'for the fun
he created in "Just Imagine'’ and
"The Titer Trail." In a comedy hit]
called "Mr Lemon of Orange." Ftfi
Dorsay is co-starred. Brendel does;
a dual role as Mr. Lemon of Orange j
and makes twice the comedy jou j
would ordinarily expect from him
Comedy and Paramount act arc
extra features. •
At the Webb theatre today: "A
Soldiers Plaything," with Beni
Lyon. Harry Langdon, Noah Beery
and Lotti toder: a corking goodj
comedy. Added, three selected films ij
acts. Thursday at the Webb: Dor-,
othy Mackallt and Joel KcC;ea lit
"Kept Husbands,” a three-star pic-1
ture, reviewed by Liberty Magartny;!
also newsreel, and shorts. Special
bargain hour from 1 to 2 Thursday
A called communication of Cleve- j
land Lodge 202 A. F. & A. M . will
be held Friday night at 7:30 for.
work in the second degree.
Morgan St. School
To Present Play
Directed By Miss Isabel lloey. To
Be Presented Friday Evening
At 8 O’clock.
The three-act play, “Fashions in
Love," given by the eighth grade at
the South Shelby school auditorium
last Friday evening at 8 o'clock was,
a decided success in every parttcu-;
lar and was most creditably prc->
sented before a filled house. j
The play was ably directed by j
Miss Isabel Hoey with a cast as fol- i
lows: Mabel Sander.-, Elizabeth
Parris, Elizabeth Hughes, Virginia
Jessup, Grant Duncan, Clarence i
Queen, Mary Sue Hill, Ralph
Greene. Vestal Carter, Helen Wil
son, Ray Brown, Bill Blanton, Bes
It was a comedy drama in throe,
acts. Music was furnished by a;
string band at intervals during the
performance and was an especially
interesting feature of the enter
Toluca And Knob
Mrs. Mull Goes to Lincoln Hospital.;
Memorial At Hebron Sunday.
• Special to The Star. >
Toluca. April 28.—Memorial serve'(
ices will be held at Hebron M. P
church on next Sunday, May 3. J
Sunday school at 10 o'clock and
preaching at 11 o’clock by the pas-1
tor. Rev. J. M. Morgan.
The junior B. V. P. U. of Oarpen
ters Grove will present a play at
the church at an early date.
We are sorry to note that Mrs. A
T. Mull was carried to the Lincoln-1
ton hospital on last Monday. Mrs.;
Mull has not been very well of late.
It is thought she has tumor.
Miss Ima Carpenter, junior col-,
lege student of Boiling Springs
spent the week-end at her home.
Mrs. Rachel Hunt of Mount Holly
! is spending sometime in the com
Mrs. Author Carpenter spent part
of last week at her brother's home
at Hickory, Mr. and Mrs. Cicero
Dellinger, the latter is quite ill with
Little Sybil Norman of Belwood
spent the past week with her, grand!
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sain i
Mrs. Burt Smith and little daugh-j
ter spent Saturday night at the1
home of her sister. Mr. and Mrs
Henry Gregg of Cherryville. Mrs
Gregg Is an invalid.
Mrs. A. B. Boyles attended a
birthday dinner at her parents’s
home, Mr. and Mrs Julius Norman
of Belwood, on last Wednesday
given in honor of her father.
Mrs. L, A. Boyles spent some time
the past week with Mrs, John
Misses Nora Costner and Correne
Hoyle spent last Saturday night
with the latter's grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. M. J. Ledford.
Mrs. Hugh Brittian of Casur
spent some time the past week with
Miss Nora Costner.
Missts Mary and Joyce Ledford
spent part of last week at their
aunt’s home Mrs. Gertie Procter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sam and son !
Thaxter, spent last Wednesday
night at the home ot Mrs. Sain'.,
parents, Mr- and .Mrs. W. F. Mull
of Catawba county. ->
Miss Ruth Costner spent last
Saturday night with Misses Mlttic
and Zemmie Sain.
Mrs. Alice Sain and Rachel Hunt
spent spine time the past week at
the home of Mra. Sain s daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Miller of Lin
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vickers of
Shelby spent last Sunday with her
parents. Mi and Mrs. J. M Cm ■
I pentM. ,
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