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Operetta Here On
Friday Evening
Gaily Colored Costume* nnd Tune
ful Music. Cist of Those in
I.cad Roles.
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-The Belle of Barcelona" will be
given Friday night at 8:15 at the 1
local High School auditorium. The
oreretta will be very colorful and
spectacular. It will rival any high]
class road show for Beauty and In- j
dividuality. It will be sponsored by
the music department for the pur
pose of raising money for equipping ,
the department. No expense has ,
been spared in preparation for this
event. The scenery and stage equip
ment has been completely rebuilt
ar.d much new equipment added.
Real Spanish costumes have been
secured for those who play the lead
ing roles. Jhe students in the chor
uses will have costumes made oy
the Home Economics department "of
the High school. These are very
lovely and typically Spanish, being
gaily colored.
In view of the fact that this is
the first operetta that has been put
on' in the Shelby High school for
many years. Mr. O. B. Lewis, direc
tor, is very enthusiastic over the
splendiria>rogrcss that is being
made. Ail operetta demands the rare
combination of dramatic and musi
cal ability He has discovered much
latent talent among the student
body.
Those taking the leading roles are
as follows:
Margariva by Elizabeth Blanton.
Mercedes by Esta Tyner. Lieut. Hal
Wright by John Corbett. Emilio .by
•lames Sheppard. Martha Matilda
Ayres by Tillie Jenks. "Pat" Maloney
by Pcgram Holland. Nobleman by
Harvey Wray. Senor de Montcre by
Arthur McGinty. Scnora de Mon
t.ere by Mae Lattimore. Pedro by
Louise Dover. Don Juan by Everette
Toms. Done Jose by Herman Best.
Dona Marcella by Mattie Sue Propst
Dona Anita by Mary Tedder. Capt.
Colten "by Bill Broadway.
Blacksburg Lineman
Dies Of Wire Shock
Gastonia. May 19—Miner Day,
Blacksburg. S. C„ Southern Railway
lineman, was brought here Monday
afternoon on north-bound Southern
train No. 84 for pulmotor treatment
in an effort to revive him from the
fatal effect of an electric shock sus
tained while he was at work at
Broad River, S. C.„ early Monday
afternoon, Linemen who accompan
ied Day here said the shock was
from a line carrying 4,400 voltage
Fire Chief George McLnughen
and his firemen were waiting at the
railway station with a pulmotor,
which was applied to Day as soon as
he was taken from the train. Sever
al physicians worked with Day,
Southern Railway Surgeons Hood
and Glenn met the train.
A later report said physicians had
given up all hopes of reviving Day
He was dead when he reached Gas
tonia, they said.
Mr. Freeman Goes To
A Statesville Church
Rev. Z. Miller Freeman, of Shelby,
has been called as associate pastor
of the Western Avenue Baptist
church at Statesville. Rev. B. E.
Morris is pastor <?f the church.
Rev. Mr. Freeman has been con
nected with the First Baptist church
Of Shelby the past two years, fol
lowing the completion, of special
(raining at the Baptist Bible Insti
tute at New Orleans. Mrs. Freeman,
also, has had special training in re
ligious work at the New Orlean in
stitution.
Mr. Freeman will visit the West
ern Avenue church Sunday. It is
expected that he will accept the
crU to the associate pastorate of the
Statesville church, and will take up
his work there Immediately.
KODAK • . Bowtu-toATto. •.
VERICHROME
KODAK Vertchrome f IIM
Film, now in atock
here, offer* you a teady, certain
mean* of radically improving the
quality of your picnuo-of giving
them a miking new rich new of
decaiL It haa these sue big poinu
of auperiority:
1—Double coated.
2—Highly color-sensitive.
3—Prevents halation “fim."
4—Gives finet detail in high
lights.
5—Gives Coer detail in
shadows
h—-Trenslucen't, inttead of
Uar parent
Veti-hremt co»l> but a few
'.ir.t* re or: than regular koAu.
F'Jie. Try a^ira today.
SUTTLE’S DRUG
STORE
Phtine 370
Leading Cleveland
Farmer Not Worried
Over Cotton Prices
(CONTINUED FROM PAUB ONE > .
la d teed room and a fertilizer mix
ing room and when Dixon puts out
’rrtllizer he knows the seed and
(round are getting what Is most
jrof liable and suitable.
12,000 I’otato Slip*.
The Dixon lann can show per
uips more products from a single
arm than any other farm In the
•ounty. It Is Impossible to mention
ill. Prom a sweet potato bed 12,0C'<
ilants have seen set out this sea
on, At 3 o’clock last Satinday aft
•rnoon, eight two horse wagon loads
>f alfalfa were on the ground In the
'ield. This hay was hauled and 1,200
xitato slips were set before supper.
All Hands Work.
Farm work moves on without a
'lurry. Ail hands work, even to the
Ittle tots who were In the alfalfa
'ield Monday when a representative
>f The Star called, pulling pesky
Herman knot grass by hand. The
ilder boys were forldhg hay, the
ither youngsters were feeding chick
;ns, and Mrs. Dixon was busy about
the house and yard with the multi
tude of chores incumbent on a
thrifty farmer's wife.
Speaking of system, every fence
post Is of uniform height. Even the
wagon standards are numbered
showing the hole in which they be
long on the wagon frame. Each plow
or tool has a place and is In place
except whet! in use.
The Dixon farm should be visited.
It is not only a beautiful sight, but
a lesson in system, thrift and di
versification.
Broadcast Tonight
From Mid-Atlantic
(Special to The Star.)
New York, May 20.—The first
shlp-to-shore radio broadcast ever
attempted from mid-ocean will take
place Wednesday evening. May 20,
at 7:45 Eastern Daylight time, from
the home-bound S. S. Leviathan, of
the United States lines, when that
ship is a thousand miles from Sandy
Hook. A shtp-to-shore wireless tele
phone will carry the voice of Rob
ert L. (“Believe it or Not”) Ripley
to New York, where it will be broad
cast over a regular radio hook-up
of nine stations covering the At
lantic seaboard, from Maine to
Georgia. This will inaugurate a
new twice-a-w’eek radio program
sponsored by the Standard Oil com
pany of New Jersey.
Known all over the civilized world
for his “Believe it or Not” cartoons,
Mr. Ripley (who signs his drawings
simply as •Rip") is returning from
a two months' trip In search of new
“Queerloddltles” and facts that arc
stranger than fiction. After search
ing through remote corners of Al
giers, Tunis, Morocco, Egypt, the
Balkans and the Holy Land, as well
as Europe, artist Ripley sailed from
Southampton, May 18th. He plans
to reveal In his mid-occan talk, It
Is reported, some of the latest In
credibilities unearthed on his trip
which he has not yet been able to
work into drawings.
Since the program Is scheduled to
begin May 20th, and the Leviathan
Is not scheduled to dock In New
York until May 22nd, special meth
ods had to be adopted to get Mr.
Ripley’s voice through to waiting
listeners.
St. Peters Church To
Have Memorial 24th
Memorial services will be held at
St Peters Methodist church Sunday,
May 24th. Sunday school at 10:00
o'clock followed by preaching at 11
o’clock, by pastor, Rev. E. E. Snow.
Dinner will be served In picnic style.
In afternoon there will be speaking
by Atty. W. S. Beam of Shelby.
Try Star Want Ads.
3 Big Value
Giving Days
Again Cohen’s Say It With Values
Thrifty Shoppers for Miles Around
Will Be Here Thurs. Fri. Sat.
75 BRAND NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESSES made to tell foe $5.00..
$2.88
100 BEAUTIFUL SOLID AND PRINTED SILK DRESSES
In this croup you will find Dresses that sold as high as
$11.95. Lovely Chiffons, Printed Crepes, Georgettes and
Every New Material. Sizes 14 to 52.
$4.88
NOTE THESE LOW PRICES FOR FIRST QUALITY
MERCHANDISE:—
36-inch
PRINTED
SHANTUNG
39c
YARD
A 69c Value
EXTRA SPECIAL!
Thursday 10:30 A. M.
' 100 Pair* LADIES’
DRESS SLIPPERS
$1
PAIR
Values to $5.00.
Sises 3 to 8.
36 in. UNBLEACHED
PONGEE &
SOISETTE
10©
YARD
CHILDREN’S
STRAW
HATS
10c
MEN’S AND BOYS
WORK SHIRTS
Triple Stitched, I
Pockets
EXTRA SPECIAL!
Thursday 2:30 P. M
ONE BIG TABLE
REMNANTS s
Sc
XARD
Children’s Solid
Leather Oxfords and
Straps
98c
TENNIS SHOES
ALT SIZES
50c
PAIR
36-IN. PRINTED
CREPES
Gua ran teed
Washable
39c
YARD
'
EXTRA SPECIAL!
FRIDAY 10:30 A. M.
3 PAIRS
OVERALLS
$1
1 Pair Men'* —
Pair Boys.
1
BOYS'
LINEN
KNICKERS
SOc
MEN’S
BROADCLOTH
SHIRTS
59c
White, Blue, Green
Tan. Sixes 14 to 17.
MEN’S SUMMER
WORK PANTS
Pin Checks, Khakis
and Seersuckers
98c
EXTRA SPECIAL!
FRIDAY 2:30.r, M.
LADIES’ HATS
Value* to $3.00
SFOOI.
THREAD
4 FOR
10c
LADIES’ TENNIS
SLIPPERS
With Heels
88c
MEN’S SOLID
I FATHER PLOW
1
SHOES
$1.49
EXTRA SPECIALt
Saturday 10.30 A. M,
36-irt. SOLID
COLOfe VOILES
Sc
l'AHD
S6-1XCH IX
SHEETING
3c
TARD
FIRST QUALITY
fi re Thread
SILK HOSE
Not Rayon
39c
FAIR
Cohen Bros.
SHELBY’S UNDERSELLING STORE
S. H. S. Seniors
WE EXTEND OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
Our Leaders Of Tomorrow!
We Have Dedicated Our
Window* To You
This is an exact drawing of the black circle in 01^
window. .
Come And
See Them
See the large black silk circle in the center
window of our store. It is more than six feet
in diameter. On the rim of the circle are
displayed all the photographs of members of
the Senior Class of the Shelby High School,
both boys and girls. In the middle of fhe
circle is an eight-day clock. The clock has
been wound up to run for an unknown length
of time. Maybe it will run not more than
two days, maybe it will run for four days,
or five days, maybe it will run a week. Who
knows? But when it stops, the two hands
will be pointing to two lucky seniors’ pictures
on the rim of the circle. The photographs
nearest in line with the clocks’ hands when it
stops, will be the winners of two handsome
gifts from the J. C. Penney Company.
Watch The Clock Every Day Un
til It Stops And See Who Gets
The Two Grand Prizes.
On tHe rim, the photographs; in the center, the bar at
tached to the eight-day clock. When the clocks stops
the bar will be pointing to two prize winners.
SEE OUR WINDOWS TODAY AND EVERY DAY UNTIL GRADUATION
-PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES —
Dresses
in summer
prints and
plain colors
$9.90
For The Graduate
Gay dresses for sports
wear, practical dresses
for the street, graceful
afternoon and evening
fashions ... in fact,
smart silk dresses for
every occasion at a price
that makes a complete
new wardrobe possible!
Fine Rayon
Lingerie
98c
Chemises, panties, bloomers,
dance seta, step-ins ... with the
daintiest of lace, applique cr em
broidery trimming: 1 Lovely!
Men’s
Sports
CmUmSm
Flannel Coat
*9.90
j
Flannel Trousers
*3.98
X wry smart oiSSf §ut
color rt—WasHuos front ohtcb
to choose.
Broadcloth
Shirt Value*
$1.49 & $1.98
Special quality in solid cotort
and vat printed pattern*.
Russian
Pajamas •
*1.79
New . . . for modern men!
Manly, solid colors with con
trasting trim in high quality
broadcloth.
Haadbags
$1.98
Envelopes, pouches ... svkii
clew new trimming teaches ...
black and Spring shades. YouU
be tempted to boy one for cabal
your Spring costuaesi
Regent Pump
The enduring favorite of well
dressed women. In all-over,
white kid.
$4.98
Summery
TIES
79c
Gayer, lighter fabrics in smart
plain colors and patterns . . ,
all at big savings I
New Savings in
Shirts & Shorts
49C Eacto
Ribbed and flat knit shirts . . «
colorful broadcloth and madras
short*. Surprise values I
Women’s Sheer,
Hosiery
Our famous No. 442! Pur#
silk to the top. Full-fashioned.
Silk-plaited foot. New shades
for Summer.
79c
<
Boys1 Oxford!
Far sportswear. As smart rj
Dad’s! White eUc with btorf
trim; leather welt sole.
$2.98
Bine Salta
end Other
Smart Coloring*
*19.75
Fabrics include Worsteds aad
Sore in Mnr maij ~o—%
coloring la WorstaU, and bm4<
tics in softer weaves.
C. Pciuicy Co# inc.
    

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