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With Olsen and Johnson, America’s fun
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Also Latest News Reel and Two Big Time
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Worth up to
to close out at
All the new coton materials, tie- /
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Special fop this week at
That sell for $19.75. Gorgeous ma
terials and ensembles.
All the wanted materials, including
Shantung and printed silks and
crepes . . . Last week were 89.95 tc
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Visit our store each day. You will find new*
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Mr. Z. J. Thompson left last week
for Hot Springs, Ark He will join
Messrs. Chas. L. Eskridge and R. T.
LeGrand who are spending several
Mr. and Mrs. Odia E. Royster J
spent last week in Atlanta Visiting
! Mr. Royster’s sister, Mrs, C. H. Lee
'and Mr. Lee.
! Mr. and Mrs. Odis Royster have
| returned from Atlanta after spend
ing a week with Mr. Royster's sis
ter, Mrs. C. H. Lee and Mr. Lee at
ftheir home at the Robert Fulton
i Mr, and Mrs. Frank Kendall
'spent-Sunday in Ridgeway, S. C
'with relatives of Mrs. Kendall.
Mis, J. D. Eskridge who under
[went an operation for goiter in a
: Charlotte hospital ten days ago, re
turned home yesterday.
Mrs. W. A. Wesson returned last
week to her home in Ennis, Tesas,
. after a month's visit here with
relatives. Her mother, Mrs. Elvis
Borders, age BJ years who came to
Shelby with her from Texas, re
! mains here. Tire Star was in error
in stating last Friday that Mrs.
Wesson is 91 and made the trip to
Texas alone. It is her mother, Mrs.
'Borders who is 91.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Mitchell spent
the week-end hi Mt. Holly with Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Mitchell. They
were accompanied hon;e by Mrs,
j Burton Mitchell anti young son,
■ Burton, jr., who will spend several
days here a; their guests.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. E Creech, of
Hendersonville were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mo
Slain, Nortlv LaFayette stret.
j Miss Rutli Hopper was among the
.Shelby people who attended the
alumni banquet at Boiling Springs
‘junior college Saturday night.
Messrs. Robert and Bradford
; Moser left this morning by motor
¥tov New York to be gone for about
I Friend* of Capt. B. L. Smith will
be glad to know that he was able1
tor return to his office this morn
ing after being ill and confined to
this home for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Byrd, of Win
jston-Salem. spent yesterday here
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bigger*.
Miss Louise Lever, who has been
teaching during the winter in the
McAdenville schools, arrived at
.home on Thursday for the summer
; Mrs. Frank Hoyle left yeslerdav
Tor New York from whence she will
i sail on Wednesday on the steam
ship Harding for France with a
group of other war mothers
Miss Mary Suttle had as her week j
end guest Miss Nancy Vincent of;
Queens-Chicora college. Charlotte, j
Miss Jessie Mae Mackie spent the i
, week-end in Gastonia visiting!
i _, 1
j Mr. and Mrs. E# Sam and Mr.'
and Mrs. Wayne Brackett, of Bel- j
wood, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. WJ
Miss Amelia Stephenson. Miss
Ruby Pryor and Miss Ruby McDon
ald spent yesterday at Lake "Lure.
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Fretwel!
and two children, of Anderson, 3.
| C.. spent the day here yesterday
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson.
Misses Louise Bailey, Margaret
Blanton. Mary Suttle, and guest,
; Nancy Vincent, of Queens-Chicora,
with Messrs. Norris Lackey, Lloyd
Lutz, Whitelaw Kendall, and
Claude Hoke Thompson formed a
congenial parly for a motor trip
through the ipountains yesterday.
Mr. B M. Cold and Miss Ellza
beth Gold spent the week-end with
•t latlves in Mooresboro. Master Joe
at'xl little Miss Betty DePriest ac
companied them to their home at
| Grover Monday.
Mrs. C. P. Sherrill is in Char
lotte visiting her son, Mr. Frank
Sherrill, and Mrs. Sherrill at their
Miss Kate Wilson and Miss Anita
Winkler spent the week-end in
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Howard, of
Spindale, spent yesterday afternoon
in Shelby visiting friends.
Miss Frances White, director of
the Limestone college choir, was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Line
berger yesterday afternoon and last
evening, having come up especially
to assist with the music at the even
ing service at the Central Method -
I ist church. Mr, and Mrs. Lineberger.
| Mr. and Mrs. Julius Suttle, and Mr,
jand Mrs. Dale Kalter took her back
j to her home in Gaffney after the
1 service last night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Earl and chtl-j
dren visited Mrs. Earl's sister. Miss'
Mary Lewis Patterson, student at>
the Cullowhee Normal school, at j
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. l.ovelacc, Miss
Mary Lovelace, and Miss May Pin-!
son visited Mrs. Doc la Wall at Avon- i
dale yesterda/. J\
Miss Hattie Gldney.VtSf the Bel
mont city schools, spem. theweek- j
end here with her parent^Slr; and
Mrs. R. M. Oidney.
Miss Victoria Young spent the j
week-end in Rock Hill visiting rela
Mrs. dames L. Webb and Mrs. M.
Webb Riley have returned to Shel
by from Raleigh, where they have
been spending the winter with Gov
ernor and Mrs. O. Max Gardner,
and have oponed the Webb home on
South Washington street. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Gard
ner, Max, Jr., and Mr. James Webb!
Gardner, who spent the week-end j
here, reluming to Raleigh yester
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts, of
McAdenville, spent the week-end
here as guests of the later's mclher,
Mrs. Frank Whisnant.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Washburn and1
two children, of High Point, arriv
ed yesterday to visit Mr. J. J. Mc
Murry at his home here. Mr. Wash
burn returned to High Point last
night while Mrs. Washburn and the
two children will remain over for a
longer visit this week. I
Miss Napcy Bagwell spent the!
week-end in Chester with her sister,'
Mrs. Henry Cannon.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Spate a nd
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller spent the t
day yesterday in Mprganton as’
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Yates Spake, j
Mr. Z. J; Thompson left Friday,
for Hot Springs. Arkansas, where j
he will join Mr. R. T. LeGrand and!
Mr. Charles L. Eskridge for a few
Mrs. Carolyn Ropp. of Hickory, is
here visiting her son, Mr. F. B. Ropp1
and Mrs. Ropp. ‘ j
Mrs. J. D. Lineberger and daugh-:
ter, Nancy’ Jane, will leave tomor-i
row for Greensboro to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hines.
DYING GIRL BECOMES BRIDE
AFTER TAKING POISON DOSE
Montgomery, Ala.—The toast of
poison 16-year-old Marguerite Hardy
drank to love and ’death last Mon
day had made her a bride Thursday!
and physician said she could not |
live longer than Friday.
The girl said she swallowed the
poison because she thought her 18- ;
year-old sweetheart Willie R. Crit
tenden had telephoned another girl. I
Crittenden obtained a marriage U-!
cerise- and the wedding took placed
in the hospital here. Miss Hardy]
being barely able to whisper the
Norma Talmadge Released.
New York—Because Nonna Ta!
madge, screen actress, insisted on
choosing her own vehicles. Samuel
Goldwyn of United Artists has an
nounced iter release.
“Because of her prestige, 1 tel:
that it was a mark of esteem due
her long association with this or
ganization to grant her request for
her release.'; Mr. Goldwyn said in a
statement. He explained that for
reasons of policy, it was impossible
to continue her contract.
Miss Talmadge also issued a
statement, saying: "I do not intend;
to make pictures until I find the!
story I want to do." She explained
she had several offers.from produc-'
ers here and in Europe.
At The Theaters j
The Carolina offering today aiul
Tuesday includes "Quick Millions,’ s
feature picture, and comedy and Fo.i
Movietone news. Spencer Tracy, who
at one time played the stage .vit'i
Ethel Barrymore, handles the title
role in “Quick Millions," with „he
able support of Sally Eilers «nd
Marguerite Churchill. The story pic
tures the rapid rise of a city low
lifer to high social rank, by unfa.r
methods and get-rich-quick schem
In "Fifty Million Frenchmen.” the
all-technicolor production which
opened at the Webb theatre tlrH
afternoon for a run of two days
there are two members of the east
who played in the original Herbert
Fields stage play; William Oaxtou
and Helen Broderick. There are no
choruses in the screen version of
the play—which is, when all is said
and done, just the last nord in pep
py love stories with plenty of w'ss
cracking and a good comedy angle
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—he Rate-crushed the smart set. this leader of
the hard-boiled set—i«nd fell for a lovely deb
of the social set—to make
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' Mamma,"’ said little Tommy. ”1
think I'll be a preacher when I grow
"Pine, my boy, ! replied his moth
er.. ."But what put that idea mto
your head?" . -
"Why,” answered the little fellow,
"I spose 1 11 have to go io church
all my life anyway, and I'd rather
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