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In Shelby and suburbs you can yet THE
STAR EACH AFTERNOON of PUBLIC A
LION DAY by paying the Carrier Boy who
passes your door, 25c per month.
I)r. Robert H. Wilson attended an
optometrists convention held in Ra
leigh last week, going by Sanford,
where he was joined by Ills brother.
Dr. Pressley Wilson, who accompan
ied him to Raleigh for the conven
tion. The latter returned to Shelby
with Dr. Robert Wilson and spent
the week-end here with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton, of San An
tonio, Texas, and Mr. Newtons
daughter, Miss Janlcc Newton, who
has just graduated at Queens-Chi
cora college, passed through Shelby
this morning and were joined bv
Miss Margaret Blanton for a trip to
the mountains today.
Mr. and Mrs. ft W. Show alter, of
Charlotte, spent Sunday here with
the latter's mother, Mrs. Kate North
at her home on Cleveland Springs
FYiends of Dr. A. Pitt Bearn will
regret to learn that he is ill and
confined to his home again today.
| Misses Elizabeth Austell, Margaret
Blanton, Ruth Laughrldge, Edith
Reid Ramseur, Louise Bettis, Alice
! Sanders, and Grace Walker, all of
i whom have been students at Queens
; Chtcora. arrived at home yesterday
i to spend the summer vacation with
their respective parents.
Mrs. R. G. Dixon is in the Shelby
hospital where she underwent a
serious operation Monday. She is
getting along well.
Representative Henry Edwards
\ spent the week-end at home with
; Mrs. Edwards; he returned to Ra
i leigh on Monday.
Mr, Clyde R. Hoey is spending
' this week in Asheville,
Mrs. R. T. LeGrand. Miss Eliza
beth Riviere. Miss Mary Reeves
Forney and Mrs. Loy Thompson will
return today from Raleigh where
they have been attending the com
mencement exercises at Peace Insti
tute. They will be accompanied home
! by Mrs. LeGrand's two daughters,
[ Misses Minna and Elizabeth Le
i Grand, who have been students at
Peace Institute during the past year.
Miss Minna LeGrand having gradu
ated this year.
Messrs. Tom Lattimore, J. J. La>
timore, R. W. Morris and Dr. F. B.
Lattimore were among the Shelby
people who attended the Lattimore
reunion at the old John Lattimore
cemetery on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. H. T. Hudson, who has be ;n
with her son, Mr. John Hudson in
Baltimore for some time, returned
home on Saturday. She was accom
panied home by Mrs. John Hudson
and little daughter, Martha Lee, who
have gone to Brevard for a visit
with relatives. Mr. Hudson, who re
cently underwent an operation, is
still confined to the hospital but *s
getting along nicely.
Mrs. Henry Edwards has as tier
house guest Mrs. William Edwards
of Weldon, and Mrs. Emily Bell, of
Mrs, J. A. Harrill has just return
ed from a visit to her sister. .Mrs. D.
W. Lamon. and Mr. Lamon in Cha*' -
Mr. and Mrs. John .Kester, of
High Point, were week-end guests
of Mrs. Kester's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Propst. here. Mrs. Kes*.?r
before her marriage was Miss Se
Friends of Mrs. Harry Hudson will
be happy to know that she w as
able to return to school today after
being quite ill for more than a week.
Miss Polly Powell, of Red Springs,
who has been teaching in t.he
schools of Asheville, has been the
guest this week of Misses Mary Ruth
and Grace Webb.
BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS
LEE HEAFNER WEDNESDAY
(Special to The Star.)
A delightful birthday party was
given last Wednesday night in hon
or of Mr. Lee Heafner at the homo
of his uncle, Mr. P. P. Heafner. A
very large crowd was present and
many games were played after the
games were over the guests were in
vited into the dining room where
delicious refreshments were served.
Everyone present seemed to enjoy''
themselves to the fullest xtnt.
W. M. U. Division
To Meet At Casar
The fifth division of the Kings
Mountain W. M. .U. will meet with
Casar Baptist church Sunday, May
21st. at 3 o’clock.
The following churches arc urged
Pleasant Grove. Normans Grove,
Carpenters Grove. > North Brook,1
New Prospect, New Bethel, Fallston
Mrs Robert Cline, Leader.
BELWOOD SCOUTS MEET
ON THURSDAY NIGHT'
Scout Master Alvin Propet calls
attention to a meeting of the Bel-i
wood scout* to be held Thursday!
evening. May 2fl, at the BelwooU
Best Furniture To
Move Across Street
The John M. Best Furniture Co i
has leased the Beam building be
tween the Farmers Hardware build
ing and Eflrd's store ori South La
Fayette street and will occupy new
quarters in a short while. The new
location has a basement and three
floors. To make ready for removal.,
the John M. Best is inaugurating a
sale to reduce stock.
EASTSIDE BIBLE CLASS
THANKS MR. O. M. MULL
We, the members of the Men's
Bible class of the Eastside Baptist
church certainly enjoyed the fine
message that Mr. O. M. Mull brought
to us last Sunday. We appreciate
and thank him for it. We hope to
have with us on next Sunday, May
31st. Mr. Campbelt and his class
from the Second Baptist church.
Everybody is invited.
C. O. Tramel, Teacher.
Says A Tither Has
Been Hail Exempt
A prominent layman and church
man of Shelby makes this observa
tion: "Man in this county has noi
had a hail storm in over 25 years,
since which time he became a tither.
Before that, he had hails frequent
ly.” The man who make* this ob
servation te a tither himself and a
farmer. About 25 years ago his en
tire crop was destroyed by hail ir.
At The Theaters
“Bachelor Apartment," puts Low
ell Sherman in the position of a
menacing lover who breaks femin
ine hearts by appointment. Irene
Dunne, the charming "Sabra" of
Cimarron, is the leading lady. Five
other cinema beauties are featured
in the play; Mae Murray, Kitty
Kelly, Claudia Dell. Noel Francis
'and Arelene Judge. "Bachelor Apart
ment" Is an entertaining, racy and
sophisticated story of modem love
intrigue. At the Webb today and
Clara Bow as a flapper has dis
appeared; grown up. The vivacious
little red head who, only a few years
ago, found a bit of serious acting to
do—and that was sandwiched in
between the spasms of flapperism
cast for her gay and bubbling per
sonality—has turned completely
serious and done her first entirely
dramatic role in her new picture
“Kick In." She marries an ex-con
vict and fights with him against
the law’s efforts to drag him back
to prison. "Kick In" is the feature
offering at the Carolina today and
At First* Baptist
Daily Vacation Bible School. Sunday
School Training School. Classes
For B. V. P. U. Members.
An Intensive training period will
be inaugurated by the First Baptist,
church, to begin on Monday, June
1st, and close with two weeks of
special work With the daily vacation
Bible school, Sunday school train
ing and special classes in a B. Y. P.
U. training school.
The daily vacation Bible school
will begin on Monday morning, June
1, at 9 o’clock. The school will run
for two weeks. The session each day
will cover three hours, beginning at
9 o’clock and closing at lg. This
school will include the ages of from
four through 16 years, with four de
partments, beginners, primary, jun
ior and intermediate. AH boys and
girls and young men and young
women who wish to attend this
school are asked to be present
Monday morning, June 1st.
The Sunday school training school j
will begin on Monday evening, June
1st, at 7:30 o'clock. The first meet
ing will be held in the young peo
ple’s department assembly room
Everyone in the membership who
will take this trainhig, whether in
the classes or* extension department,
is asked to be present Monday
evening. A great number of text
books will be used. This school will
run for five evenings, one hour each
On Monday evening. June 8th,
7:30 o’clock the B. Y. P. U, training
school will begin. The first meeting
will be held in the young peoples'
assembly room. There will be ten j
cubjects offered to all H. Y. P. U
members and leaders. This school j
will be held for one week, one hour;
each evening. Every member is ask
ed to make plans now to attend
Prince Alexis Mdivani end his
American heiress bride, the former
Louise Astor Van Aten, as they
appeared on board the ship which
look- them to Europe on their
honeymoon immediately after one
of the most quiet, siihple weddings
in eastern aociety hirtory. The
groom is a brother of the Prineea
Mdivani, who married Mae Murray
and Polo Negri, film stars, the lat
ter being rinee divorced.
We never could understand why
old men were so mucn worried about
the way the flappers acted; they
were certainly safe, not to say im
Mt. Sinai News
Woman's Club Meets, Miss Iluni
Gives Party. Attend Lavender
I >• *:.
'Special To The Star.v
Mount Sinai, May 28.—Regular
preaching services were held at the
church on Saturday and Sunday
afternoons, services being In Charge
of our pastor. Rev. J. L. Jenkins of
The Woman's club met at the
home of Mrs. W. L. Harrill on
Tuesday afternoon of last week and
demonstrated on cake covers and
lamp shades. The club will meet
next time with Mr.;. F. B. Putnam.
Misses Ruth and Rhea Hunt very
delightfully entertained a large
number of their friends from here
and nearby communities with a
lovely party at their home on Sat
urday evening. Many new and In
teresting games were participated
in until a late hours. All reported a
A large number lrom this village
attended memorial services at Pop
lar Springs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Clary had as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Hamrick and children of Boll
ing Springs, Mr. and Mrs. GarUe
Hamrick and children and Mr. and
Mrs, Cleuis Clary and children.
Mrs. Clarence Self and son, Gene,
of Shelby spent last week with her
parents, Mr, and Mrs, David Cham
pion. Mrs. Self and son left Sun
day for Washington where they will
join Mr. Self to make their home
for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bridg<& were
recent callers in Kings Mountain,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bridges.
Those visiting at the home of Mrs.
J. H. Rollins Sunday were; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Philbeck. Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Philbeck and two children,
Jane and Ross, <jf Mooresboro; Mr.
and Mrs. L. Je. Weaver, Misses Nor
ine Rollins and Virginia Wood of
Gaffney, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins and
Son of Shelby, spent Sunday in the,
community visiting relatives. j
Mrs. Evans Bostic returned to her
home in Morganton Friday after I
spending two weeks with her!
mother, Mrs. J. H. Rollins.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Ellis and son,]
Billy Joe, Misses Vernia and Nora
EUis visited Mr. and Mrs. Aldon
McSwain of Shelby on Thursday.
Mr. Gene Webb of Sharon was the
week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.;
Mr. and Mrs, Reed Blackburn ofi
Lawndale were callers Suuday at!
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. c.'
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben McSwain and
children spent last Sunday witn
relatives near Kings It^untain.
Mesdames L. E. Weaver and How
ard and Miss Norine Rollins of
Gaffney were callers at Mrs. J. H.
Rollins’ Friday morning. They were
accompanied to Cramerton by Miss
Buna Roll!no, where they spent the
Miss Vernia Hamrick of Bolling
Springs spent the week-end with
her cousins. Misses Mary C.,
Rheamer and Emmer Lee Clary.
Among those who attended the
Funerals of Mr. Lavender and Mrs.
lrcnt at New Hojte Sunday were:
Mr. and* Mrs. W. L. Harrll! and
Family, Mr. and Mrs Sliriner Chain-1
-ion and children. Mr. and Mrs.!
5am Weaver and Miss Della Wea.v- j
W^st Shelby |
Items Of News
| Several tamtltra Moving. .Margir
lYerrlrk and Fay Maune\ Marry.
• Special To The Star >
Miss Margie Derrick aiul Mr. Fay!
jMauney were married Saturday In]
j Gaffney. Mrs. Mauney Is the only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Mr. J. E. Ledbetter and family of
Ninety Six. 8. C., moved on Blanton;
; street Saturday. )
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Seism
ted Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henry
j' Mias Onnle Bridges of New House
spent Friday night with her sister.!
Mrs. Myrtle Holland.
Miss Pearl Oautt of Belwood
•spent a few days the pust week
with Mrs. J. T, Ramsey,
j Mtsi Mildred Canlpc who has
;bcen in the hospital was able to re
turn td her home Friday.
Mrs; L. A. Cooper and sons,
Dwight and Btlile, spent the week-j
end with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Coop-'
Miss Maud Padgett of Marion
pent part of last week with Mrs. A.
Mr. D. L. Howard and family
moved Friday to the Dover mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor spent
the week-end In Westminster. 8. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bright spent
| Sunday with Mr. arid Mr*. W. 1\
! Richardson, of Greer, S. C.
; O. W. Walker and Qscar Bridges
; made a business trip to Inman, 8.
j Mrs. Myrtle Holland gave a party
Saturday night In honor of Mr. and
; Mrs. Fay Mauney. The invited
j guests were Misses Clara Lee Me
: Swain, Elisabeth Lipscomb. Moaella
I Noblett, Marie Co6tner, Marguerite
i and Gladys Callahan. Pearl Heaf
iner of Valdeae. Messrs Dewey Win
ston and Charles Bridges, Virgil Mc
, Swain* Bob and Dean Lattlmore of
jLattlroore, Albert Bridges.
Mr. ana Mrs. Clyde Dover are
moving to North LaFayette street.
Miss Marie Hamrick Is spending
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Royj
Hamrick of L&ttlmore.
Mr. louts Drewry visited his \
daughter in Tirrah, 8 C., the past
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Shelby Building and
Loan Association will be held in the
office of the association at 4 o'clock ‘
p. m. on Thursday, May :Mth, 1931,
J. F. ROBERTS, Secy-Treaa.
I REE SWIMMING AND !
BOATING ON FRIDAY i
NIGHT, MAY 29th
When PINE VIEW LAKE.
Popular Picnic Grounds of i
Cleveland County, Will Be !
Located niiy? miles north
of Shelby near U n i • r
E. L. WEATHERS.
Saturday, May 30, will be
the last day that I will
thrash cane seed this sea*
son. I have purchased a
neyv threasher and will be
ready to thrash your grain
as usual and I will assure
you with my n«w equip*
ment better service, both
thrashing, and bailing than
By S. M. Morrison
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