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VETER. NEVER EAND
By Brand Storm
In the never, never land
Lives a dull, unhappy baud'
Never, never play with lire.
Never rouse the policeman, in
Never, never sing or dance,
Never play at games of chance.
Never touch the cup that cheers.
Never think of wines or beers.
In the never, never land.
All the nicest things are banner j
Club To Meet.
There util be a regular meeting
of the ladies’ golf club at the golf
club house on Friday afternoon at
Baiaar To Be
Held On Saturday.
The Ladies See ing club ot South
Shelby will have a bazaar at the
Shelby mill club house next Satur
day afternoon from 4 to 8 o clock. j
The banquet to be given by Mr. j
D. 54. Newton’s Sunday school class I
has been postponed until further
Durham Dance Uevue
On Friday Evening.
Mr. John Durham will present
•The Durham Dance Revue” here
on Friday evening, May 1. at 1:30
at the Washington school. Thosi
vaklns part in the revue will be
Mrs. Durham’s dancing pupils from
both Gastonia and Shelby
First Division Of
Club To Meet.
There will be « reguiai meeting
of the first division of the Woman’s
club at the club room on Thursday
afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. Char
les Coble, Mrs. J. C. Bowling and
Miss Marie Beam as hostesses. As
this is the last meeting of the year
all members of the division arc es
pecially urged to be present
or ii. d. c.
There will be * eft 11 meeting ol
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy on Friday afternoon at
the club room at 4 o’clock. All mem
bers of the chapter are urged to bf
present but It Is particularly Im
portant that all members of com
mittees and those specially inter
ested In the veteran’s dinner, to be
given on May 10, should be present
Mrs. Robert Woods was a charm
ing hostess to members of the Tues
day afternoon bridge club yester
day afternoon at her home In Bel
vedere Haights. Four tables were
arranged for play and after several
progressions when scores were add
ed it was found that Mrs. Aaron
Quinn had scored highest and Mrs
Gerald Morgan second high. Mre
Quinn received a handsome double
deck of cards and Mrs. Morgan e
bos of bath powders.
Mrs. Woods was assisted In
mg by Mrs. Clyde Short. A stflf.c.
course with accessories was served
Mr. And Mrs. Blanton
Hosts At Dinner Party.
Mr. and Mrs. George Blanton
ware hoats at a lovely dinner party
at the Hotel Charles last evening
entertaintng members of the Thay
er-Blent on wedding party and out
of-town guests prior to the rehear
sal. The bride was lovely in a din
ner dress of peach crepe with which
she wore a short green jacket, and
green slippers. Mrs. Blatnon wore a
handsome dinner dress of black and
white chiffon with a large black
hat. Mrs. L. H. Thayer, mother of
the groom, wore a becoming orchid
dinner frock. A large bowl of iris
and spirfa was used as a center
piece for the long table, on either
ride of which stood a tall silver
candlestick, flanked by a low silver
candlestick, holding tall yellow tap
era. A three-course dinner was serv
ed. Covers were laid for twenty
Mm. Webb Gives
Mrs. E. Y. Webb graciously en
certained at a luncheon yesterday
at her lovely home on South Wash-1
mgton street in compliment to Mis.s
Caroline Blanton, whose weddlnj:
takes place today, and Miss Vera
Webb Oates, of Charlotte, who will
be her maid of honor. Quantities of
spring flowers were used through
out the rooms of the lower floor.
The table was spread with a hand
some cloth of Italian cut work and
centered with ft bowl of pink and
vellow tulfps with splrea. Pink,
lighted tapers and pink and green
mint cups, filled with pale yellow
mints, further carried out the deco
rative scheme. Old hobnail crystal
was used. A delicious four course
juncheon was served.
Mrs. Webb presented Miss Blan
ton With a pair of old vase9 and
Miss Oates with * blue moire shoe
•••■' iaio for; * Mist Bian
ton, Muss Gate*, Mrs. George fciiari
ton, Mrs. John D. Oates, of Char*
lotte, Mrs. W. A. Thompson, of
Little Rock, Miss Mary Louise
Wadsworth, of Charlotte, Miss Dora
Little, of Wadesboro, Miss Mont
rose Mull, Mrs. Newton Farnell,
Miss Mary Brandt Switzer, Miss
Betty Buttle, Miss Katherine Dover,
Miss Margaret Blanton, Mias Kath
leen Hord, Mrs: 3: D. Llneborger,
Mrs. Joe Hamilton, of Charlotte,
and Mrs Webb.
A regular meeting of the Ameri
can homes department of the Wom
an's club took place at the club
room on Monday afternoon with*
Mrs. Nelson La Him ore In charge Of
the hostess committee, assisted by
Mrs. Colin Hull and Mrs. B. L.
Smith. During a business meeting
Mrs. John McClurd, Mrs. H. E. Wal
drop and Mrs. Boyce Mauney were
appointed as a nominating com
mittee. Mrs Irma Wallace demon
strated the making of four salad
dressings, recipes for which are
given below. After the close of the
demonstration different salads with
the°e dressings Were served along
with sandwiches, crackers and
by 11 it; hostesses.
The recipes follow: Cream cheek?
dressing— Cream two package.* ol
cream cheese with 8 T. of Wesson
oil, adding oil gradually. When
dressing fa smooth and creamy, stti
in 1-2 t. salt, 1-8 t, white pper 1%
t granulated sugar, 1-4 t. paprika.
1 t. lemon juice. Dust dressing with
paprika to give color. This makes
a thick, stiff dressing, is delicious
served on pear salad.
Fruit juice dressing—Beal togeth
er 12 T. Wesson oil with 2 T. of
lemon juice, 2 T. orange juice, 1-2
t of salt, 3-4 t. sugar, 1-4 t. white
pepper, and 1-3 t. paprika. Suitable
for serving on a pineapple salad.
The third dressing was made by
starting with a seasoning of 1 t.
salt, 1-4 t. pepper, dash paprika,
add to this 12 T. of Wesson oil, 3 T.
vinegar, beat, for few’ seconds then
put in 2 T, of finely chopped pi
mentos, 1 T. chopped parsley. 1-2
jof a minced, hard boiled egg, and
I beat until thoroughly blended. Good
served on asparagus.
American cheese dressing—Mix 6
T. Wesson oil, 1 T. lemon Juice, l
T. orange juice, 1-3 t. salt, 3-4 t.
sugar. 1-2 t. paprika, and 1-3 C.
grated American cheese. Beat un
til all ingredients are thoroughly
blended. Good on grapefruit salad, j
Miss Roberta Hostess
At Cake Cutting.
Miss Minnie Eddlns Roberts was »
charming hostess at her home on i
West Marion street last evening cn- j
tcrtainlng members of the Thayer
Blsnton wedding party and out-of
town guests at the cake-cutting
following the rehearsal. She was
assisted in receiving and entertain*
Ing by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Roberts and her sister. Mtas
Mary Adelaide Roberts. Miss Rob
erts wore a becoming dinner dress
of black chiffon with a deep, bead
ed flesh yoke. The bride wore a
lovely dinner frock of peach crepe
with short green Jacket and green
slippers. The rooms were decorated
with quantities of tulips and white
splrea; punch was served in the
music room throughout the evening,
the punch bowl being arranged on
a small table covered with a lace
cloth. In the dining rooftf the table
was spread with a beautiful cloth of
Venetian lace and cut work anc
was centered with the pretty, four
tiered wedding cake Iced with white
and decorated with love birds anc
garlands of ptnk roses. A small
basket of flowers In pastel shades
was embedded in the top layer of
the cake. On either side of the cake
stood old-fashioned lattice chins j
baskets, decorated with gold aho
filled with mixed garden 1 lowers
On each of the four comers of the
tabl - stood tall, ivory tapers, and
small baskets of bon-bon were ar-.
ranged on the table. The cake was
cut by the bride who was then fol
lowed by the groom and each of the
members of the weddtng party
Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey sat at the head
of the table and served tee cream
Numerous emblems, such as the
horseshoe, the ring, the thimble
I the wishbone, etc., were found in
the cake A large number of guest;
Mis* Iloft Is
Hostess At Tea.
On Monday afternoon Miss Isabel'
Hoey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Clyde Hoey. was hostess at a pretty
i afternoon tea m honor of Mis,
Caroline Blanton. The rooms of the
lower floor were decorated with
quantities of spring flowers. In the
dining room the table w as spread
with a handsome lace cloth and the
centerpiece consisted of a graceful
arrangement of pink and lavender ;
tulips mixed with other flowers in
When the guests arrived they
were greeted at the front entrance!
by Mrs Hoey. mother of the host-;
wn end-Mrs w J. Koberu.-At Uis
entrance to the living room. Intro
ducing the guests to the receiving
line, stood Miss nancy Settle and
Mrs Newton Parnell, the latter. Of
Greensboro. Miss Hoey headed the
receiving line with Miss Clanton
beside her The hostess hud .select
ed for the occasion a becoming aft
ernoon dress of turquoise crept
combined with black crepe. with
which she wore n shoulder bouquet
of pink ro-tes Miss Blanton was
lovely In an afternoon frock of pale
blue chiffon with which die wore a
picture hat of red horsehair braid
Receiving with Miss Hoey and Mist,
Blent on were Mrs. W. A. Thompson
of Little Rock, Mrs. BUI Robots, ot
McAdetn ille, Mr. . Let Nolan, Mitts
Minnie Eddius Roberts and Mrs.
Geoige Blanton Miss Montrose
Mull and Miss Mary Adelaide Rob
ert". greeted the guests at the en
trance to the sun parlor, and as
they left the sun parlor they met
Miss Carobel Lever and Alpha
Gettys. Entertaining in the living
room were Mrs. Lowery Suttle and
Mrs. Brevard Hennessa Mrs. Play
Hoey invited the guests into the
dining room where Mrs. Frank
Hoey and Mrs. Everett Houser sat
at the head of the beautifully ap
pointed table and poured tea. Miss
es Betty Suttle, Mary Brandt Switz
er, Katherine Rover and Louise
Lever served In the dining room,
passing delicious sandwiches and
sweets. Miss Kathleen Hord bade
the guests goodbye as they depart
About 100 friends of the hostess
and the guest ot honor called dur
ing the afternoon
Annual Picnic At
The annual picnic, enjoyed by
pnrsnts. teachers, and' pupils of the
Washington school will bp held on
the school grounds on Friday. Mu '
1. The picnic dinner will be served
between 12 and 1 o'clock, and the,
afternoon will be devoted to a field
day for the grammar grade chil
dren and to singing games for the
primary children.. The picnic and
field day this year is a feature of
the school's observance of national
health week. All patrons of the
school arc cordially invited to be
On Here Saturday.
Carnations will be sold on the
streets here Saturday by members
of the local Spanish-American war
auxiliary. the Junius T. Gardner
camp. The sale will be directed by
Mrs. Herbert Toms, president of the
auxiliary here. These carnations are
made by veterans of both the World
war and the Spanish-American war,
and the proceed* from the sale will
be returned to them and to their
wives and children, The auxiliary
does> an excellent work In aiding
the wives of disabled veterans and
in furnishing small comforts and
luxuries for those o<rr fined to the
IT. S. veterans' hospitals
CASAR COTTLE MARRY
IN GAFFNEY, FEB. !8th
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Parker of
the Casar section announce their
marriage In Gaffney. S. C., on Feb
ruary 28th. Before marriage Mrs.
Parker was Miss Minnie MeNeely
and a daughter of W. G McNeoly
of Casar The groom is the son of
N. A. Parker.
A BEAUTIFUL GIRL MORE TO BE
FEARED THAN SAVAGE BEASTS!
Nina T., the white goddess of a nation
of btacks. lust one of the many strange
and startling episodes of this true
story of the great adventurer, Trader
Horn. A story that will grip you with
its intensity, its romance, its vivid ac
tion. No wonder hundreds of thou
sands of copies of the book have been
sold to world acclaim I
Read this thrilling story
Second Chapter Appears
Then die IteenMl diai a
white nan’s Itfsses were
too tatQU'’i^e tc lost'
Mt. Sinai News
Of Current Week
Ministerial Student Preaches I ur
The Pastor. Personal Men
tion Of Interest.
iSpecial to The Star.'
Mount Sinai. Apr. 27V— Regalai
preaching service was held .at tile
church Sunday afternoon at ! .'tree
t/clock, our pastor Rev. J. L. Jen
kins being away In a revival meoilfig
at Newton, we were fortunate In
having Mr. I acidic Knox, a minis
terial student of Boiling Springs
Junior college to preach for us. Ills
sprmon was greatly enjoyed by all
and we hope he will be able to visit
Mrs. Sepaugh of Earl, was a visi
tor over the week end at the home
I of her daughter, Mrs. Shiver Cham
pion and Mr. Champion.
Masters Gene and Everet W.Lo of
Flint Hill spent Sunday witn ?e’a
I lives in the community.
Mr. L. Y. Randal] of Pinev Grove
was a visitor in this section Monday
Mesdatnes L. Y. and L. C. Putnam
and J. C. Bridges visited Mr. Gid
eon Prices flower garden in T»atti
more on Tuesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hamrick and
family of Sharon, spent Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. L'bron
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weaver arc!
Miss Norine Rollins of Gaffney were
the dinner guests of Mrs. Docle Rol
lins and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ellis and chil
dren of Blacksburg, S, C„ were call
er* at the home of Mr. and Ml. M.
J R. Ellis Sunday afternoon.
I Master Keevcr .Hamrick if Flint
I Hill,spent part of last week '.‘n his
[ grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Blacky ;uo or
Lawndale were recent callers in the
Messrs Miller and Gordon Ellis,
Lebrun Rogers. Glover Hamrick aid
ReHben McSwain were visitors in
the McSwntnvilic section Siturliy
Mr. Baxter Putnam of Sheibv and
Mrs. t, Y. Putnam went to Char
lotte on Saturday to meet Mrs Put
nam's husband who was on tils way !
I home from Norfolk, Va.. where he
| has been taking treatment for thc-j
Misses Vernia and Nell Ellis, were
! guests MOnday of their former
teachers Misses Essie and Ocie Har
Mr. and Mrs. Cade Camp and
children of Earl spent Sunday with
Mr. arid Mrs. Perry White.
Mesdames J. H. Hawkins and J D.
Branton and Miss Benna Jtollms
visited Mrs. Robert Hawkins of
Shelby who has been very sick for
some time on Thursday.
Miss Essie Harrlll is spending this
week with her stster Mrs. Olive
j Moore and Mr. Moore of South
Shelby. Both Mrs. Moore and her
daughter Miss Bessie, are very sick
Mr. Robert Hawkins and .on,
Bobby, of Shelby were callers in the
community Sunday morning
The buying power of the dollar
never la as highly developed as Its
good-byetng power—Ohio State
Union Revival Tc
Begin At Lawndale
Revs. J. M. Morgan. E. L\ Snow And
J. P. Hipps To Do Preaching
Tor Two Weeks
Union revival services will begin
at Lawndale church on next Sun*
day night. May 3, and will run
through the third Sunday night,
May 17. The meeting will be in
charge of Rev. J. M. Morgan, pas
tor of the M. P. church, and Rev
E. E. Snow, pastor of th. ! I E.
The first sermon will be preach
ed Sunday night at 7:30 by Re v. J.
M. Morgan, who has been pastor
of the M. P. church for eight years
and Is growing in favor with the
people. Beginning Monday night
Rev. E. E. Snow will preach each
night next week at 7:30.
The preacher for the second week
of the meeting will be Rev. J P.
Hipps, an outstanding pastor and
revivalist of the Methodist church
Mr. Hipps will preach his first ser
mon on Sunday night. May 10, and
will continue each night through
The .people ot Lawndale have ex
pressed great satisfaction that the
meeting is to be held and their
hearty support Is assured. All tliei
people of Lawndale and the gen-1
eral public is given a cordial invita
tion to every service; every service'
beginning promptly at 7:30
MEMORIAL SERVICES AT
There will be a memorial pro
gram at the Bumgardner cemetery
at 2 o'clock, Sunday, May 10, Pro
gram will begin at 11 o'clock. Bum
gardner cemetery ia at Old Zoar
There will be several speakers.-.quar
tet singing and Rev. E. L. McDan
iel will preach.
Dr. D. M. Morrison
Office Days: Every Wednesday
Wool worth Bid?. Shelby, N. C.
Eyes Scientifically Examined,
Glasses Fitted. Lenses Dupli
cated. Broken Frame-,
NEW ! I
NEXT TO EFIRD S
Begins Friday Morning
Promptly At 9 O'clock
We are ten years old in business. Help us cetfr
brate the occasion by taking advantage of the
values we have marked to your liking.
OUR REPUTATION HAS BEEN
BUILT ON QUALITY
And we have taken some
heavy reductions to make
this Celebration Sale the
greatest in value giving we
have ever attempted. At
no time In our history have
we sacrificed . quality to
make an attractive selling
price. In this sale, you are
assured of the same hlrh
quality for which McNeeiv
Iras become known to Shel
by and vicinity as dealer#
in "Women’s Wearing Ap
parel of the kind Co'ind in
the world's largest fashion
Styles that are authentic,
materials that are how and
attractive, patterns that
are colorful in every detail,
all together make one large
assemblage o f Shelby's
most moderately priced
fiiicst wearing apparel.
I Savings Of 33 ¥3% And More
For Street. Sports, Dinner air 1
In light and dark shades. Serviceable
materials. Good patterns, ,mf\v styles.
One of the greatest values we have
ever offered at
WEAR MORE COTTON . ... WE LL
150 REGULAR PORCH
Bought to sell for $1.00
Sacrificed in this Anniversary at
Guaranteed Fast Colors.
aTlTspr i ncTcoat s
AND SUITS AT 1-3 LESS
THAN REGULAR PRICE
It’s not yet too late to wear a Spring
Coat, nor is it too early to have one
on hand for wear early next fall.
Anniversary Days mean a saving in
dollars and a chance to assemble the
most complete wardrobe you have
This is a lot of odds and ends, many
irregular sizes. Great values at the
Anniversary’ price we are offering,
because we regularly get $6.95.
Made to sell for $2.95; of Dotted
Swiss and other sombre materials
You cannot appreciate these values
until you have seen them.
The kind that you would preter to
wear if you were stout, and the kind
you would naturally select for quality
in materials and workmanship.
Taken from our very finest stock: in-;
eluding-. Ensembles, Redingots, Din
ner Dresses and Evening Dresses of
Flowered Chiffons. Mostly light
shades, some are dark. Positively the
latest shipments that have come to
our store. Days ahead in style!
Sacrificed to celebrate our Annivers
Sheer and Service
No woman can have too ipany nairs
of silk hosiery, now that color is so
important in every costume.
$1.95 quality on sale during Anni
Hosiery that ordinarily costs you
$1.95, Anniversary Sale Price
‘Substandard does not mean that the
s:lk is imperfect in any respect; only
that there is sometimes a slight dif
ference in the length of the tops.
Five Dozen Lovely
And DANCE SETS
Every garment made by the coun
try’s most reputable manufacturers.
The selection includes all sizes and
All hats formerly priced up to £4.95,
including dress hats, sports hats, of
rough straw, silk hats and all others.
QUALITY IS MORE ENDURING THAN PRICE
J. C. McNeely & Co., Inc.
SHELBY, N. C. *