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J? MRS. RENN DRUM. Editor.
Telephone The Star No. 4-J Each Morning 8 To 12 O clock
Ura. Drum can be reached at her home. Phone 713, auernoon and nights
AFTERMATH
Where this lost love was, I said.
Let tnere be forgetfulness
Leading me gently to unknown
peace
And death’s dark quietness.
But there were my reaching arms
by day
And my hungry lips bv night.
And the crying silence of vanished
things
Each slow twilight
And so 1 said: where-love once wasj
Let there still be, like a knife. i
The piercing beauty of the olden j
dream
To make strong my way ot life.
Frances M Frost. |
Martin-Royster
Wedding Announced.
A wedding winch centers the in
terest of their many friends in this
section was solemnized on Sunday
at Fellston. when Miss Minnie Eloice
Royster became the bride of Mr.
Grier L. Martin in a ceremony
characterized by simplicity. The
bride wore a becoming costume of
skipper blue with which she used
eggshell accessories.
Mrs. Martin is the charming and
talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Royster, of Fa list on, and a
granddaughter of the late George
Royster. She was graduated from
the Fallston high school tn the class
of ’30.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Martin, of the same
place. He received his education at
the Fallston high school and High
Point College, High Point.
At present the young couple wilt
make their home with the grooms
parents at Fallston.
Social Meeting Of
Mothers' Club.
' At a social meeting of the Moth
ers' club yesterday afternoon Mes
dames Clyde Short, Ed Post, L. B.
Hayes, D. R. Yates, Robert Wilson.
D. Z. Newton and Rush Hamrick
acted as joint hostesses, entertain
ing members at a theatre party
which was much enjoyed. After the
theatre the guests were invited to
the home of Mrs. Rush Hamrick
where an Informal tea was held.
Tha home was attractively deco
rated with spring flowers a color
.scheme of pink and green being car
ried out in both decorations and re
freshments. Pink roses gracefully
adorned the punch tables. Mrs.
Grady Lovelace furnished music
during the afternoon.
The hostesses served attractive
pistes with sandwiches, candy, cake
and punch. V ,
Children Of Confederacy
Meeting Monday night.
Members of the Children of the
Confederacy enjoyed a good meet
ing of the organization on Monday
evening at the club room will:
Misses Ethel Alexander, Adelaide
Elam and Isabel Lackey as host
esses. The meeting was called to or
der by Miss Rachel Wells, the presi
dent, and opened with the group
singing of "The Old North Stats"
After a business meeting the pro
gram was turned over to Miss Con- .
stance Dellinger as leader. Miss
Helen Miller contributed a piano
solo and Miss Annie Ruth Dellui
ger gave a reading. "October and
June, by O. Henry. A miscellaneous i
contest, was enjoyed in which Misses
Amanda Harris and Annie Ruth i
Dellinger tied as winners of the first
prize, each of them receiving an i
award. t
During the social half hour the
hostesses served delicious sand- t
wiches and punch
Interesting Meeting
Or Ution Aulliirr.
An interesting meeting of the
American Xiegion auxiliary was held
at the club room on Friday after
noon with Mrs. Tom Abernethy and
Mrs. W. A. Abernethy as joint host
esses. at which time a "Poppy” pro
gram was given due to the fact that
poppy day is to be observed here on
Friday and Saturday of this week.
The afternoons devotional was giv
en by Mrs. Lula Hamrick after
which Mr. J H Grigg ihade an in
teresting talk on ••Poppies." Miss
Ethel Elmore, who contributed a
piano solo, was followed on the pro
gram by Mrs. Tom Ramseur who
read a paper on the same subject.
Miss Louise Austell gave a reading
on* the same subject and the pro
gram was brought to a close with
a duet played by Misses Ruth For
bis and Mary Wells.
The club room was appropriately
decorated for the occasion with
poppies in ail colors.
During the social half hour the
hostesses served strawberry short
cake with puncn.
Mr*. Smith And Mis*
Grice Entertain.
On Tuesday evening at the home
nf Mrs. Griffin Smith on N. Mor
gan street Mrs. Smith and Miss
Flossie Grice were Joint hos'csses
at a delightful party entertaining
officers and teachers of the Junior
A department of the first Baptist
Sunday school.*Thls delightful hos
pitality was in honor of Mr. and
!Mrs. Miller Freeman. who will leave
Shelby on Thursday, going to
Statesville where Mr. Freeman will
be educational director at the
Western Avenue Baptist church. The
rooms of the home were decorated
with baskets of roses and other
spring flowers, A musical program
was rendered by Mrs. H. 8. Plaster,
Miss Grice and Mr. Horace Easom.
Dr. Zeno Wall and Mr. Easom each
expressed in behalf of the church
their regret at losing these two
faithful workers, response was made
by both Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. The
honor guests were presented by the
Junior A with a beautiful table
lamp and clock, presentation being
made by Dr. Wall.
The hostesses were assisted by G.
P. Smith, jr., In serving a delightful
ice and sweet course.
Ladies’ (iolf
Club To Meet.
A regular meeting of the Ladies'
Golf club will be held at the Coun
try cluli house on Friday afternoon
P^gy For Prosperity,
London.—Praying for prosperity
Britons arc to say the 33rd Psalm,
beginning “The Lord , is my Shep
pard: I shall not want.” Its use in
churches next Sunday. Empire Day,
is urged in letter by prelate*. The
British Broadcasting company sug
gests that listeners repeat it dally
for three months during the com
pany’s silent fellowship hour.
Mt. Sinai News
OfCarrmt Week
Memorial Services To Be Held Sun
day. Supper Picnic At Irene
Park. Personals.
(Special to The Star *
Shelby, R-2, May 19.—Memorial
services were held at the church
Sunday morning. Sunday school
met at 10 o’clock and at 11 o’clock
Rev. Pitt,* of Bolling Springs preach
ed the memorial sermon following
which the graves were decorated
with many beautiful floVers.
Mrs. William McCurry and chil
dren of Shelby spent last Thursday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Putnam. Mrs. McCurry was
accompanied home by her cou
sin, Miss Etha Putnam, who spent
the remainder of the week with her.
The members of the Junior B. V.
P. U. enjoyed a pound party given
it the home of Miss Shirley Brid
ges Saturday afternoon. Several
lours were pleasantly spent in play
ing games after which the refresh
ments were served,
A number of young people from
his community motored to Gaff
ney Saturday evening and held a
picnic supper at Irene Parle. Those
attending were Misses Ruth and
tthea Hunt, Nora, Vernia and Nell
Ellis, Buna Rollins and Bra Ran
Jall. Also Misses Norine Rollins and
3essie Mae Byers of Gaffney, Messrs.
IVebb. Wayne and Forest Hunt, Ki
no, T. F. and Zaye Bridges. Shatter
ind Arvil Putnam, J. C. Ellis, John I
Hollins. Jessie Clary. CreteJPutnam
ind Clifton McSwain. xS
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Bridges, Mr. ]
md Mrs. J. C. Bridges and Messrs, j
Slmo and T. F. Bridges attended |
nemorial services at Sandy Plains !
hurch Saturday
Mr. and Mrs Wilburn Putnam !
md children of Lattimore visited';
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Putnam and Mr. \
ind Mrs. J. H. Hawkins Sunday. !
Mr. and Mrs Mai Hopper of Shel-:'
»y spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs j
Javid Champion,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Putnam f din- !
ter guests Sunday included Rev. j
Hubert Weaver and children of Siler j
?ity and Rev. Pitts and friend of !
Soiling Springs. !
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weaver and j
Hiss Norine Rollins oi Gaffney and !
Miss Vergie Weaver and Mr. Tom
Weaver of Shelby were callers at the 11
tome of Mrs. J. H Rollins Sunday !
tight.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hamrick of
Sharon took dinner with Mr. and ;
Mrs. Lebron Rogers on Tuesday ol !
last week. *■;
Mr. and Mrs. R O. EUts. Mr. and j
Mrs. L. Y. Putnam and Mr . and I
Mrs. J. c. Bridges were visitors at !
Union Sunday. i
Mr. Gordon Ellis left Sunday fori j
Kinston where he will be employed'!
for some tune.
Mr. and Mrs. Runyans of Earl j
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. i
Shivar Champ-on Sunday.
Visitors at the home of Mr. and 1
Mrs. W. N. Weaver Sunday were j
Mr. and Mrs. Elam Weaver, Mr. and I
Mrs. Reggie Weaver, and children !
and Mr. and Mrs. Arey Weaver and I
son iff Flint Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hamrick and
children of Flint Hill spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Clary.
Mr. Robert Hawkins of Shelby
was a caller in the community Sun
day morning
at 2:30. All members are invited to
be present.
' American Homes
Department To Meet.
A regular meeting of the Ameri
can Homes department of the Wom
an’s club will be held on Monday
afternoon at the club room at 3:30,
with' Mrs. Robert Hoyle as chair
man of the hostess committee, as
sisted by Mrs. Fred Baber and Mrs.
A. P. Weathers. The subject for the
afternoon will be desserts.
Mr. And Mrs. McClurd
Dinner Hosts.
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurd were
gracious hosts on Monday evening
at a delightful dinner party at their
home on W. Warren street. A color
note of pink and green was earned
out throughout. A large bowl of
pink rases centered the table and
pink and green Hower place cards
were used. A delicious four course
dinner was served. Covers were laid
for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kalter, Mr.
and Mrs. Keid Young, Miss Ethel
Elmore, Mr. O. 8. Lewis, Mr. and
Mis. George Hoyle,Mrs. Roger
Laughrldge, Mr. and Mrs. McClurd
and Mr. John McClurd, jr.
Mrs. Hardin Entertains
For Son On Birthday.
Mrs. Knox Hardin graciously en
tertained at a birthday party on
Tuesday afternoon in celebration oi
the third birthday of her little son.
William Knox Hardin, jr. About 20
children enjoyed the occasion
Games were played on the lawn for
an hour after which the children
were invited Into the dining room
where the white birthday cake, with
its three lighted, pink candles, cen
tered the table. Mrs. S. N. Feather
stone assisted Mrs. Hardin in serv
ing the children ice cream and cake,
and each child was given an at
tractive candy favor. The young
guest of honor received a number
of nice gifts.
Garden Club Holds
Last Meeting Of Year.
The final meeting of the year of
the Garden club was held at the
club room yesterday afternoon. Dur
ing a business meeting the follow
ing officers were elected: Mrs. J.
D. Lineberger, president; Mrs.
Grady Lovelace, vice-president; Mrs.
R. T. LeGrand, secretary; and Mrs.
H. E, Waldrop, treasurer.
Mrs. B. T. Falls acted as program
leader for the afternoon and made
a few interesting remarks on “Lily
Pools.” Mrs. Oscar 8uttle read an
excellent paper on “Rock Gardens,”
and Mrs. Otto Long read an inter
esting paper on "Succession of Iris.”
After the close of the program Mr.
R. L. Ryburn Invited those members
present to go to his home where he
presented each one of them with
some of his beautiful peonies.
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Cleveland Cloth Will Play
McAdenville Here Saturday
Locals Have One Victory On Visit
ors This Tear. Sipe Whiff*
Fifteen,
The strong Cleveland Cloth mill
club, which may enter a semi-pro
league with Spartanburg, Forest
City and others, will play the fast
McAdenville team here uai Satur
day.
Sipe or •'Lefty” Smith will hurl
for the Rayonitcs.
In a game with the same club last
Saturday Sipe struck out 15 batters
limited the team to four hits and
was scored upon only once,
A number of well known amateur
and semi-pro players are in the
Rayorute lineup. Among them are
Bridges and Mayhew, and Smith,
former high school stars; Farris,
former Furman player; Sipe, Horns
by, Oardner and others.
Dover Mill To Play
Cramerton Saturday
One of the most interesting games
of baseball which Ora mill has had
to offer for this season is promised
on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
when Cramerton comes over to en
gage the boys. Putnam and Mc
Clellan are slated for the Ora bat
tery. is not known who will be
offered by Cramerton.
Directly after the game; there
will be a box supper at the ball park
at the Ora mill, the proceeds to go
for the benefit of the team.
Hoey Is Termed Sir
Rupert By Enquirer
Yorkville Enquirer.
High encomlumse were given Judge
C. C. Featherstone of the South Car
olina circuit court this week by
Clyde R. Hoey, the eloquent, sue
cessful, eminent criminal lawyer or
Shelby. N. C., who was one of the
most prominent of the battery of
lawyers defending Rafe King in
both his trials.
He told North Carolina newspaper
men that Judge Featherstone was
eminently fair in rulings, judicial
in every word and action, and did
much to shorten the second trial by
keeping out trivial and repeated tes
timony—in fact praised the jurist
to the skies.
Tills from an attorney who had
fought so valiantly for his client
and then lost his ease in the jury
verdict is a rather extraordinary
compliment to any Judge, when vol
unteered after a trial.
But when it is remembered that
Attorney Hoey lives and is in politics
in North Carolina only, and seldom
comes Into the Palmetto state, cer
tainly does not expect to have an
other case before Judge Feather
stone in his whole life, then the
compliment has a proved sincerity
as well as being in high terms and
being praised from Sir Rupert sc
that Judge Featherstone has a right
to feel good about It.
Try Star Want Ads.
Shipment Of Fish
Put In Broad River
County Game Warden Pours 60 Gal
lons of Cats and Carp Into
Stream.
Gaffney Ledger.
Six to gallon cans filled with baby
government cat and carp fish were
poured into Broad river late Satur
day by Roland T. Clary, county
game warden. Mr-. Clary estimated j
the shipment, which came from
the hatchery, contained 10,000 oi j
more fish. About one-half were put
in the river above the Dravo dam !
and the other half below that point.;
Mr. Clary said according to his in- j
j formation the fish will grow laigs;
enough for eating purposes in two i
years or less.
Mr. Clary said he has an order on
file for another shipment which
when received he plans to put into
Thlckety creek.
DePriest Favors
Senator Morrow
Spartanburg Herald,
Colonel Horace Mann, Tennessee’s
violent Republican, who has launch
ed a campaign to reorganize that
party in the South, has some help
ers. People who think Republican
ism is here to stay are going over
to see a Mann about a job. And the
colonel’s goin’ round takin’ names.
The latest {hing in Republican
ambitions has to do with Morrow
Senator Dwight < Mexico-Lindberghl
Morrow, New Jersey’s great wet hope
Mr. George DePriest, former post
master of Shelby, went over to Char
lotte the other day and talked Col
onel Mann and G. O. P. to anybody
who would listen. Mr. DePriest says
he thinks he'd like to affiliate him
self with Colonel Mann in saving
the South from Democracy.
“Senator Dwight Morrow is my
man,” said the postmaster who isn’t
any more. “We must have a man ot
his caliber for the nominee instead
of Hoover. Hoover could never get to i
first base again. He has slapped the
Republican party in the face since
he has been in office and has ap
pointed Democrats to innumerable
public appointive offices.”
A Lindbergh "wet” and a depres
sion “dry—what else do they have to
offer? If there are enough former
postmasters, the Republican con
vention may outdo the Democrats of
1924 with f house divided on going
to work with Morrow and coming
home to a glass of beer or staying
home with Hoover and a pint of
bathtub gin,
And all the Democrats have to
worry about is a seven-million ma
jority,
Child Expert: if the child wants
a pet ypu should get him one. Then
he’ll stop crying.
Tired Mother: Well,’you see, we
live in a flat, and Tommy wants an
elephant.
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Earl Community
News Of Interest
♦Special to The Star.)
Earl, May 19.—Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Lavender and children, and Mr. b
J Wilson, motored to the state san
atorium Friday.
The many friends of Dr. J. P. Ay
dolette will regret to lear.n of bis
illness, he is now at the Shelby hos
pital undergoing treatment for dia
betes and high blood pressure. We
all wish for him a quick recovery
Mr. J. F Hause, of Jacksonville,
Fla., spent the week end with his
wife here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Runyans spent
Saturday in Blacksburg, S. C , as
the guest of Mr, and Mrs Tom
White.
Mrs. H. P. Haas returned home
Saturday after spending a fort
night in Whiteville with her hus
band,
Mr .Paul Camp and daughter
Louise, of Charlotte were callers in
the village Sunday afternoon.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hub
bard a son, Sam Jr. Mother and
baby are reported as doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nance Miss
Jessie William^ and Mrs. Sue Wil
liams, of Charlotte were callers at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Adylotte
Sunday afternoon Mrs. Williams
will spend a few days,
Mrs. I. J. Stillwell of Shelby was
dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. H.
L. Hause.
Mrs. George Pettie and son Har
old and Mrs. Will Moss of Wilming
ton spent part of last week visiting
relatives here.
Messrs J. P. Jones and John Beacn
am made a business trip J.o Char
lotte Monday.
Miss Francis Graham the attrac
tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G
Graham, arrived home Sunday from
the Flora McDonald college to spend
her summer vacation.
Miss Mary Sue Austell, spent
Sunday night in Patterson Springs,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hayne
Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wilkins had as
their guests Sunday afternoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Dover of Lenoir. Mr
and Mrs. J. L. Dover and Miss Hci
en Francis or Shelby.
Misses' Wilburn and Edna Moss
delightfully entertained a group ui
their friends at their home on last
Thursday evening. The gaines con
sisting of progressive conversation
and a treasure hunt, were greatly
enjoyed by all. Those present wen
as follows: Misses Queen Runyan
Mary Sue Austell, Grace SurraU
Josephine Earl, Helen Graham
Thelma Earl, Winnie Borders, Mac
and Irene Allen and Messrs. J. c
Runyans, Webb, Forrest and Wayne
Hunt, Charlie Allen, Hoyt Nichol.,
Seth Hoyle, Mayhew and Wei!
Lowery.
After a social hour the hosi'v,
graciously served a tempting sweet
course.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for the kind
ness and sympathy shown to us
during the sickness and death of
our dear wife and mother.
W. I. Sperling and Children.
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