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; “Woman Hungry”
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i Lila Lee - Sidney Blackmer — Olive Tell
• and Raymond Hatton
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We urge you to see this picture.
j Also Chapter No. 2 ‘African Adventures’
and Funny ‘Fables. '
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Pendleton’s Music Store
Shelby and Kings Mountain
For Greater Results In Selling-Try Star Adv.
LOCAL and* r
•PERSONAL News
Mrs. Alton Hopper and little son,
Alton Marian, Jr., were able to leave
the Shelby hospital yesterday and
return to their home on N. Wash
ington street.
Mrs. Grover Beam returned home
Wednesday after spending a week
visiting relatives at Olen Alpine.
Mrs. 8. V. Morton, of Savannah,
Ga., is here visiting her sister, Mrs.
Andrew Lattlmore, and Mr. Latti
more at their home on S. DeKalb
street.
Mrs. T. C. Abernethy and two
children. Jane and Corlnne, of
Cherryville, are visiting Mrs. Aber
Upthy’s sister, Mrs. Jean Schencfc,
and Mr. Schenck here this week.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Black, who
has been - teaching In the Taylors
ville schools during the winter, is
at home for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Suttle and two
children. Ben. jr„ and Bobby, will
go to Blowing Rock on Sunday to
visit Mrs. Suttle's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Nve. Mr. and Mrs. Sut
tle w^l return home Sunday after
noon while the children will stay
for a longer visit with their grand
parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Weathers and
little daughter. Pearl, with Mrs.
Henry Wiseman and Mrs. H. E.
Kendall leave this afternoon for
Danville, Va., visit relatives. Mrs.
Wiseman, who has been spending
the winter here with Mrs. weathers
and Mrs. Kendall, is returning to
her home in Danville. Mrs. Kendall
will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Wise
man Kendall In Greensboro before
returning home.
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Mrs. Dorcas Beam, Mr. Grover
Beam, Mr. and Mrs-jQscar Palmer
and two sons, Bill/an<r> Oscar. 1r.,
spent Sunday In fS,len Alpine with
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gibbs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and
their children are leaving soon for
Wadesboro to spend several weeks
with Mrs. Johnson’s parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. E. Goodwin.
Mrs. Ceph Blanton who was in
jured In an automobile accident near
Charlotte Monday night is reported
as having rested wey last night and
is feeling better today than she has
since the accident. Mr. Blanton who
was also slightly injured is able 'o
be up and feels little ill effects from
the wreck.
Misses Bernice Borders, Mary Sue
Borders, Mattie Sue Allen and Nan
nie Pearl Allen spent the day in
Charlote yesterday.
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Friends of Mrs. W. N. Dorsey, who
has been quite ill for more than a
week at her home on N. LaFayette
street, will be g>d to know that she
is somewhat improved today.
Mr. David T. Johes. of Midway
Farms,, near Greenville, Tenr(., is
spending today here as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Speck. - His
daughter, Miss Roberta Jones, who
has been the guest of Miss Mary Lil
lian Speck for several days, will re
turn home with him this afternoon.
Mr. R. T. LeGrand, Mr. Z. J.
Thompson, and Mr. Charles
Eskridge returned home last night
after spending several weeks in Hct
Springs, Arkansas.
H. T. Bess. jr„ son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Bess, was operated on for
appendicitis at the Shelby hospital
on Wednesday and is getting alontr
nicely.
If the optimists are to be believ
ed, business has turned the corner
so often lately that it must be
dizsy.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hoyle. Mrs.
Roger Laughridge, Mrs. J. T. Beason,
Mrs. Rush Stroup, Mrs. J. L. Lack
ey, Mrs. G. S. Dellinger, and Mrs.
John McClurd were among the Shel
by people who attended the flower
show In Hickory yesterday after
noon,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells, Miss
Rachel Wells and Miss Priscilla
Walker left this morning for Raleigh
to attend the graduation exercises of
the Raleigh high school, where Mr.
Joseph Walker is a member of the
graduating class.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey King, of Chap
el Hill, are visiting Mrs. King’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Borders.
Miss Annie Laurie McSwaln Is
getting _,ong nicely after undergo
ing an operation for removal of ton
sils at the Shelby hospital today
Mrs. Frank Whisnant, Mts, Horace
Grigg and little daughter, Dorothy,
with Mrs. Claud Grigg, the latter of
Kings Mountain, spent yesterday In
McAdenvtlle with Mr. and Mrs.
cjaude Roberts. Mrs. Whisnant re
mained in McAdenvllJe where she
will spend a month with Mr. and
Mrs. Roberts; the remainder of the
oarty returned home yesterday aft
ernoon.'
I Hal Palmer Whtenant, who has
been desperately 111 with scarlet {ev
er in the Shelby hospital for severe)
weeks is soomewhat improved and
is able to return to his home on W.
Marion street today.
Mrs. Geo. Blanton left this morn
ing for Chattanooga. Tenn.. to bring
home her son, George Blanton, Jr.,
who has been a student there at the
McCallie school for boys.
At The Theaters
Today’s program at the Carolina: ]
Jeanette MacDonald in “Monte
Carlo." A romance with an inter
esting actress. Also Mystery act and
Pells the Cat comedy. • Saturday—
Buck Jones in “The Texas Hanger,"
Pathe comedy and serial chapter.
Today and Saturday at the Webb
theatre: “Woman Hungrywith
Lila Lee, Sidney Blackmer. Fred
Kohler. Raf-mon Hatton and other
principals. A rugged drama of the
West, mingled with the delicate de
lights of the East. Also selected
short acts.
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Mulls Chapel Items
Of Late Interest
i Special to The Star *
The farmers of this “community |
are very busy working their crops
this week.
A large crowd attended preaching
service and B. Y. P. U. Sunday.
Rev. R. JR. Cook spent Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. G. C Hord
and family
. Mir. Carl McSttaui spent Satur-.
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Bowens
and little daughter. Betty Gene,
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. John Pendleton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hord and Rev.
R. R. Cook were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Causby.
Star Route News Of
Lattimore Section
(Special to The Star.)
May 28.—This section was visited
by one of the biggest rains last week
that had fallen in years.
Mr. John Greene who has been
on the sick list is improving at this
writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Blain Davis and
son, H. B., attended the double fu
neral of Mr. J. D. Holland and his
stepmother, Mrs. Dock Holland last
Sunday at Converse, S.. C.
Hie Cotton Sewing club met with
Mrs. H. T. Vassey last Thursday
| afternoon. Several members were
i present. The next meeting Will be
held at Mrs. John Pruetts,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holland and!
baby, Virginia Sue, and Mr. and
Mrs. Osborne Holland arid daugh
ters attended the memorial services
at High Shoals church near Hen
rietta last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Hunt an
nounce the birth of a son last Sat
urday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Epton Jones have j
moved into the Dr. Wood hotuej
formerly occupied by Garther Wilts-!
nant.
Dr. M. L. Kesler
At First Baptist
Dr. Wall To Preach Sunday Even
ing. Splendid Musical
Programs.
Dr. M. L. Kesler, superintendent
of the Mills home at Thomaaville,
| will fill the pulpit at the First Bap
tist church on next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. Dr. Wall will
preach his twenty-fifth anniversary
sermon at Mt. Pleasant church,
the pltoe where he first preached
twenty-five years ago. For many
years Dr. Kesler was a pastor, fill
ing some of the leading pulpits of
the denomination. He Is an able
speaker and a forceful gospel
preacher.
The Sunday school will open at
9:30 o'clock. The subject for the de
partment above the graded lessons, j
will he "Christ In Gethsemane." The
organized classes as well as all
young peoples’ and elementary de -
partments are planning inspiring
programs for the day. A large at
tendance Is expected throughout
the Bible school during the session.!
In the evening at seven o'clock
the seventeen B. Y. P. U’s are plan-i
ning splendid programs to be ren
dered in each training unit. Every
member is asked to be present
promptly at sum
Dr. Will will he in the pulpit Sun
day evening at 8 o’clock and will
have a mesage for the membershin
The sermon, will be preceded with
a song service of the otd familiar
hymns
The large chorus cikMr will oe
heard in special anthems and other
splendid numbers by members of
the choir will be rendered both
morning and evening. The publie
is,invited to all services of the
church.
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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.
CAROLINA
“Shelby’» Popular Playhou»e”
— TODAY ONLY
JEANETTE MacDONALD
IN
“MONTE CARLO”
As exciting as a kiss and as intimate as a
lady’s boudoir.
Also MYSTERY ACT.and ‘FELIX THE CAT.’
— SATURDAY —^
BUCK JONES
IN A •''WHIRLWIND, ALL DIALOG WESTERN
“THE TEXAS RANGER”
C Also RATHE COMEDY and “MYSTERY
TROOPER,” Chapter 2.
Jewelry Auction
Sale Saturday
— 2:30 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M. —
BUY DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND
JEWELRY AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
DIAMOND RING GIVEN AWAY
/REE!
YOUNG'S
Jewelry Store
SHELBY, N. C.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL?
Use Classified Advertising In The Star
20,000 Readers and the Minimum Charge
for a Want Adv. is Only 25c. Phone 11
Sunday School Day
At St. Paul Church
The following program will lie
given at St. Paul Methodist chureli
Sunday, June 7th. Sunday school
at 10 o’clock. Sunday school day;
program at 11 o’clock. A picnic din
ner at 12 o’clock. There will be an
address in the afternoon by Supt.
J. Horace Grlgg of Shelby.
All members and those having
relatives buried here are requested
to meet Wednesday morning, Jana
3rd for the purpose of cleaning olt
the cemetery and church yard.
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WEST WARREN STREET
OPPOSITE KENDALL MEDICINE CO.
SHELBY, N. C.
FOR THE 15 DAYS, BEGINNING TOMORROW
Saturday, May 30
We will drain your crankcase and refill it with this
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At Wholesale Price Of
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This low price is only an introductory offer and
will positively close the 15th of June.
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