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- TONIGHT AND SATURDAY -
RICHARD BARTHF.LMESS If!
MARY ASTOR and MARION NIXON
Here was the woman he loved. Soft annis.
warm kisses .... Eternal Happiness.
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THE BIGGEST NEWS
FOR TIRE BUYERS
Amid all the confusion of the day’s tire news,
here is one fact you can bank on: U. S. TIRE
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W THE BIG SWING IS TO
U. S. T I R i S
1 Al.bSWN. N. C.
Miss Bessie Duke, of Atlanta, is
Visiting her sisters, Mis, U. L. Pat
terson and .Miss Annie Pearl Duke,
Mrs. Allen Whitworth, of Con
cord, who is spending some time
here with her parents, visited Mrs.
Alton Hopper on Monday after
Mr. ancj Mrs. Jess Crouse and Mr.
Dewey Fail, all of Winston-Salem,
were in Shelby Saturday en route
to Knoxville, Tenn. They were ac
companied as far as Asheville by
Miss Ray Greene who spent the
week-end with Miss Pauline Kd
Mr. Newton Farnell, of Greens
boro, came up Wednesday to attend
the Thayer-Blanton wedding, and
spent Wednesday night here at the ’
home of Mr. and Mrs. Suttle. Mrs.
Farnell and their little daughter,
Gloria, who have been here with
her parents for the past two weeks,
returned home with him.
Mrs. John Schenck, sr., relumed
home on Sunday after spending two
months visiting relatives and friends
in San Antonio and Houston, Texas
While she was away she spent :iev- j
eral days in Mexico.
Mrs. J. L. Webb, Mrs. M. W«*bb
Riley and Mrs. O. Max Gardner ’ ill
return to Raleigh today. Mr? W<bb
and Mrs. Riley spent last night here
with Mr. and Mrs. DeWltt Quinn
and Mrs. Gardner with Judge ana
Mrs. E. Y. Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Gardner
and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. E’tra
Roberts leave today to visit Mr, and
Mrs. Charles Roberts at Red Springs.
While away, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner
will go on to the extreme eastern
section of the state where thev will
visit Mrs. S. L. Pierce.
Miss Katherihe Dover will go to
Monroe this afternoon to spend the
week-end with Miss Mary Dean
Among the ladies ffbm Shelby
who attended the meeting of the
Kings Mountain Presbytarial at
Kings Mountain on Wednesday
were: Mrs. Shovine' Beam. Mrs. D.
R. Yates. Mrs. F. A. Hamrici:. Mrs.
B. A. Lefler, Mrs. J. B. Jonex. and
Miss Mamie Cabaniss. Miss Cab:1
niss and Mrs. Harry Speck were in
stalled as officers of the Presbytcrial
for tire coming year. Miss Cabaniss
as secretary of Christian Education
and Ministerial Relief,- and Mrs.
Speck as chairman of the Sec ond
Mrs. J. R. Dover and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dover spent Wednesday in Red
Springs visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charl
Misses Frances and Katherine
Crowell, of the Canal Zone, will
spend the week-end here with thrlr
aunt, Mrs. Jean Schenck, and Mr.
Schenck. They are at present, visit
ing relatives in Hickory along with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Davidson, who will bring them to
Shelby this afternoon and Will re
turn here for them on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson w ill
be dinner guests tonight of Mr end
Mrs. Terry Moore at Forest City,
and tomoiTow they go to Charlotte
to spend the week-end with Mr and
Mrs.’Frank Dowd. They will also go
on to Greensboro for a few days be
fore returning to Shelby.
Mrs. J. J. McMurry, of Higli Point,
returns to her home today after
spending this week here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. V'csh
Mrs. J. H. Harrelson, of Maid.n,
who has been spending a momb
here with her sister, Mrs. T A.
Spangler, returned to her norne
Miss Itutli Mcore is at home hr
the summer vacation after teaching
during the winter in the high sonaoi
Miss Ruth Laughride, of fctueeus
Chicora, will spend the week -end at
home with her parents, Mr 'too
Mrs. R. M. Laughridge, She will be
accompanied by one of her sc mol
friends, Miss Marlon Chambih-s, of
West Palm Beach. Fla., who will he
her week-end guest.
Mrs. Kemp Funderburk and little
daughter, Nancy Beam, of Monroe,
will come to Shelby on Monday tor
a visit to the former's father Mr.
D. Augustus Beam, and other mem
bers of her family.
Miss Thelma Tolbert, of Wilson,
who formerly operated a beauty
shop here, Is visiting her mother,
Mrs. D, h. Wray, here this week
Among the ladies of the 'Shelby
0 D. C. chapter who attendee the
district meeting at Ruthcrfo’dton
on Wednesday were: Mesdames
Ceph Blanton, Q. S. Dellinger, C. S.
Young, -J. H Hull, Zeb Mautvy T.
A. Spangler Rush stroiip. anu Miss
| Mattie Adams.
Mr*. Margaret Gardner, of oreei,
ville, S. C.. is visiting Mrs. G ii.
Doggett and other relatives r v:e
tills week. y,
Miss Hattie Gldney, teacher in
the Belmont schools, will be accom
panied home for the week-end ttiis
afternoon by Miss Mary Louie Dit
tcr, of Blacksburg. S. C. .
Mi's. Charles Wall will re fill to;
her home in Lexington today after
spending several days here with her 1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Holland.1
Our idea of a fearless editorial
one we saw ill a paper from North-;
ern China advocating prompt and
drastic suppression of the bandits!
in Chicago,--Boston Herald.
Ora Team Will
Open Up Season
Here On Saturday
The Ora mill baseball team
will play Its first game of the
season Saturday afternoon at
3:30 at the Ora park,
The strong Lawndale club will
furnish the first opposition of
the year to the Ora aggregation
and a good game is anticipated.
At The Theaters |
Webb today and Saturday: ' ri»
Lash,” with Richard Barthelmes:.
Mary Astor and Martext. Nixon.
Fighting romance of the dangetou-^
day* folowing Mexico’s ceding of
California to the United States.
Barthelmess as every fan wants to
see him—hard-riding avenger of his
eople's wrongs . . . as eager to love
as to fight. Fables and comedy.
Monday—“Trader Horn "
Carolina theatre today. “Three
Girls Lost,” featuring Loretta
Young, Joyce Compton, Joan Marsh,
Lew Cody and John Wayne. Story
of three beautiful girls who go to
the big city to become socially prom
inent. Added, Felix the Cat and
Wilkins Murder Mystery. Saturday;
“Sunrise Trail,” starring Bob Steeie,
also Pathe comedy and Terrytoon.
Monday at the Carolina- Gary
Cooper in ‘'City Streets.'
New York, May L— Raining- at
Oklahoma City, Little Rock and
Vicksburg on last nights map,
cloudy over belt, Forecast rain or
showers for all cotton states. Dallas
News this morning says rain past
two days in practically all sections
Texas stopped planting but relieved
dry top soils in western counties
and put a good season in the
ground' Weeks temperatures some
what below normal with frost dam
age to cotton that was up in N. E.,
east and central sections necessi
tating replanting. Oklahoma reports
little planted account cold wet
weather. JVdrth street quiet, prices
easy. Probably higher today on
cables and trade demand around 10
cent level for Juyl. Cotton quoted
today at noon: May 9.84. Dec. 10.59.
Meeting Of Epworth
Will Be Held Tonight
All Leagues Of The County Expect*
edd To Attend. Banner And Cup.
To Be Awarded.
Tins evening at eight o’clock the
! Cleveland county Epworth league
j union, composed of the leagues of
all Methodist churches of the coun
ty will meet at LaFayette Street
I church. Reports will be heard, a
1 silver cup will be given for one
month to the chapter having th“
highest score on proficiency, and
the attendance banner now' held by
LaFayette street will also be given
The young people of the South
Shelby church have prepared an
Interesting program for this occa
Services Sunday as follows: .Sun
day school at 9:45 with Mr. F. E.
Whltener, Supt. At eleven o’clock
the pastor, Rev. W. R. Jenkins will
preach on the subject "The Trans
figured Christ.” At seven in the
evening the Epworth leagues wTil
meet and at 7:45 the pastor’s sub
ject will be "The Prayer of Inter
cession.” The public will find a
warm welcome to all these services
A Thousand Thrill*
Father Slavs Three Children
The refusal of Mrs. Marie Wainwright (right) to return to her insane) j
ieaious husband, Webster L. Wainwright (left), underworld figure of
Syracuse, N. Y., resulted in tragedy. Wainwright brutally murdered
sis three young children by hanging them, then committed suicide.
Rosalind, 11, Richard, 9, and Jacqueline, 4. were the innocent victim*
>f their lather’* fiendish rage.
One Big Fact
ONE BIG FACT ABOUT THE
CLEVELAND STAR IS THAT IT
IS READ 3 TIMES A WEEK,
EVERY PAGE, BY 20,000 PEO
PLE IN CLEVELAND COUNTY.
Special Sale Of
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Every v a y Ce d style,
Sports and ilross shoe?
pump?; ties and straps
high and low heels -
White, Blondes and
Sports Oxfords — Pat
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Bl&ck and White and
Brown and White com
Shoes that took like
Baby Louis Heels, Spike Heels and Cuban Heels. These
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QUALITY SHOES PRICED RIGHT -
In Shelby and suburbs you can get THE
STAR EACH AFTERNOON of PUBLICA
riON DAY by paying the Carrier Boy who
passes your door, 25c per month.
‘ Shelby’* Popular Playhouse”
“3 GIRLS LOST”
LOUETTA YOUNG — JOYCE COMPTON — JOAN
MARSH — LEW CODY — JOHN WAYNE
IEL1X THE CAT — “WOO-WHOOPEE”
ROBERT BURNS DETECTIVE STORY.
"WILKINS MURDER MYSTERY.”
A RIP SNORTIN’ WESTERN
“OPEN HOUSE” - Pathc Comedy.
“SING SING SONG” - Terrytoon.
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