North Carolina Newspapers

    Mrs. June Blanton
Buried At Oak Grove
Yeung Married Lady of Lawndale1
rassfi Oak Grove Choir To
Bessemer City.
(Special to The Star.>
Oak Grove. May 27.—Funeral
services for Mrs. June Blanton of
Lawndale who died In the Shelb'
hospital Saturday morning were
conducted at Oak Grove Sunday
May 24, at 2 o clock. Rev Mr Cha
ney of Urns* Mountain assisted b;
Mr. Mayberry had charge or tlv
service ...
Mrs. Blanton was formerly E.ihrl
Ledford. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Love Ledford of this community.
She ia survived by her husband and
two children, father and mother,
four sisters and two brothers. She
was 24 yaws ot age, a member of
Oak Grove church, having Joined lr
early youth. A large crowd nf rcia-j
lives and friends was present and I
iho beautiful floral offering showed :
the esteem in which she was held. >
The Oak prove choir went to
Bessemer City Sunday night to sing, j
All of Dr. Black’s churches were!
present also several Quartets to sing
there. i
MLs AU.-.e Lemons who ha
been spending sometime w.th Mv. j
»nd Mrs. w. C. Blanton left Sun-i
cit" for ner home .in Brno::;’, n. fi
V, She was accompanied by Mr. and j
Mrs. Blanton as far as Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs, Leo Beattie. of
Waco, spent the week-end wit It Mr
and Mrs. W, G. Ware.
Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Bell, Miare. 1
Bleese and Georgia Porbts and Mr j
nobert Porbls spent the week end
in Rock Hill, B. C.
Mr. Lucius Blanton of Flint Hill
community visited his brother. Mr.
W. C. Blanton Tuesday.
Messrs. Will Wafterson, H T,
WrlgJU and Harley Adams went cm
a fishing trip to SouTti Port Tam
week.
Mr and Mrs. Jasper PhUbecl:
spent Sunday Wit h Mrs. Phllbecks
father, Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlie Pryor
of Patterson Grove.
Mrs. Prank Ware and children
spent Saturday night with her fath* 1
er. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe. Lovelace.
dinner guest of Miss Gertrude Led
ford- Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchet Walterson
of Shelby spent Sunday with Mi
Mid Mrs Ray Thornburg.
Miss Mattie Proctor entertained
r number of young people with a
party at her home Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Howell of
Bethlehem section spent Sundav
with Mrs. Howell’s sister, Mrs. Ed
gar Bell and Mr. Bejl,
Mr. and Mrs. James Ware attend
ed the commencement exercises at
Boiling Spring junior college lan
Wednesday. \
Miss Veola Blsipton spent a few
days last week with her brother,
Mr. Wiley Blanton of Kings Moun
tain.
ML,.* Velma Ledford of near
Lawndale is visiting her cousins.
Misses Elizabeth and Panie Ledford
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and
baby nnd Miss Kathleen Bridges of
Oastohia visited ihelr uncle, Mr. W.
G. H. Ware Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N Porter and
children attended memorial serv
ices at Buffalo Sunday.
Mrs. David Lovelace visited her
husband, who is in the Gastonia
' hospital last week.
Fred and Reed Bell, small sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Claudie Bell sprht
last Week with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Watlerson of
Rock Hill S. C.
notici. or Kti.t ot et'B.sosvL
raoet kty.
No",v Carotins clove,anu Com;■
P .jutnt 10 an o-dsr mau* o> , t N
Weathers. cscerdar o. cievelano to. t;
In mt case fcta’o vv c T. Si, ‘:i.-r.. si.c
* L Spencer having bee: tom 'ttM o,
transporting ■ ntosicat m' ;.(,uu s ttj .netns
•f ona Kerd roauvtsr The ur.dersignea will
t*U at 301)113 auction salt at ths court
Nona* door in Mielby N c or. the SOtu
«uy of iun ■ isjl, at IS o'clock noon or
«-thin h<<. hr,.,r* the : olios, deserm
• 1 sarMte usoperti: One Pord roa<l*te:
motor No 1.1SMSM IV-rms ot aalo Case
■rhia the i#ti. d« .- or May mi
FLOOR EjNAMEL!
Boil i> a new. quick-dri log
opaque coating for old door*!
Kyaniae Vloor Enamel will not
creek. peel or chip. It come* in
U solid colors, brushes on
easily, and levels itself to a
smooth, even surface. Vashable!
Sanitary! Durable!
Its toughness makes it i«J-V!
for such outside uses as paint
ing porch and piar.r.a floor*. U
covert atone, cement, or con
crete equally at well as it cov
ert wood.
Look around yonr home -
your guests dd.
t ft. ALLEN. 8*p
Cavelai I County.
ti ate
^g/i/ze
SHELBY
HARDWARE CO.
— PHONE 330 —
**WE SERVE TO SATISFY’
Small Fortune Is Cost
of a Bow to Royally
* * * * * *
Months of Preparation and Expenditure of Thou
sands of Dollars Ere Royal Seal Emblazons
Social Prestige of Ambitious “Deb”
MiWG
MORuES
Queen ■
Mary
AM
. /¥
Miss
Dertka
POTTEfe
Paw
Miss
Barbara
Hutton
Behind the (litter end pomp attendant upon e preaentation at Buck
ingham Palace there ia the very real queation of dotlara and centa.
With court gowna running into four figure* beaidea other no leaa
important incidental*, it ia obvioua that «nly the eery wealthy can
aapire to the honor of reaching the aocial height* by exchanging a
curtay for a royal nod. H ia eatirojitodthAt the tour aoMcta, achW
- wled-for-tbfa-aea»str''v7in plit three million* of dollara into the pocket*
ef Engliah tradea|Teople, who are unanimoua in their agreement that
American women are the beat apendera. After a review of the whole
• ituation one cornea to the concluaion that, from the buaieea* man’*
viewpoint, it paya to have a king.
N »
G-orge F. Baker, noted financier, div.^ed up the bulk of hi* 176,000.-’
000 estate, which was much wnaller tha.i generally ant'Spathd, among
hit .♦on, George b". Baker. Jr. (lower left), who received aoprOiimately
$60,000 000; nis daughter, Mrs William Goadbv I,oe* (. ,ghi •, who was
willed fo.OOO 000. and Florence J. Locvw (upper left), a granddaughter,i
w-no was left tire famous Baker estate at Tuxedo, N. V Another
daughter was wil'ed $6,000,000 .Although '.he famous banker’s for
tune hsh been e-timatrd as high a« $300,000,000. the shrinkage i* ex-|
plk —erf ey the fact that lie transferred millions away to hj son andl
pii.lflnth! upiea previous to his death.
No. 1 Township
News Of Week
Double Funeral At t (inverse Bailee ,
child Buried. Italian Girl
Speaks.
Special to The Star.'
No. i Township, May 28. - Meritor*,
lal services were held at Camp treek .
church last Saturday. Rev. Cleve
llolland oi Mi. Pleasant conducted
the memorial service. Several goodi
singers were present. The after noun
was spent by singing and a talk by,
; Rev. J. W. Walker of Boiling
Springs. t
Sunday at ll o'clock Miss Francis
Tobeo. an Italian girl of Miami. Fla.
who is attending Limestone college
gave us an uferesung talk of her
j Several from this community at*
j tended the double funeral which
was held at Converse Sunday alter
inoon, Mrs Dock Holland and Mi
Dick Holland.
The )8-month old child of Mr.
and .Mrs. Jack, Bailey was buried
at Lavonia Tuesday afternoon.
Mr.' and >lrs. K. D. N. Jolley at
Trinity spent the week-end with
Mi and Mrs. Robert Jolley.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos MeCraw of
the Race Path community w-ere the
dinner guests of Mr. M, B. Earls and
family
Mrs. P 11. MeCraw of Lavonia
spent Saturday night with Mrs. J
T. Humphries.
Miss Lydia Turner of Gaffney
spent Saturday night with Mis.
Eloise Hamrick.
Mr. Horace Hamrick spent the
week-end with his uncle. Mr. Tom
Price.
Mr. Lester Abernethy and family '
of Greenville. S, C. visited Mrs. C
Jones Sunday,
Misses Ina McSwain and Lois
Abernethy were the dinner guests
of Miss Mayme Earls Sunday.
Pity the poor folks who have no
radio sets with which to listen to
all the wonderful advertising talks
“SUMMER SALE’S OUTSTANDING EVENT!
DOLLAR DAY!
MEN’S SHIRTS
*2.25 was the 1921 Price!
(>,ir -> -nmcr Sale Price . . .
$1.00
>ouble - shrunk
jicadclotlus. New
aUerns. Whilet
Stay - Rite" col
a's
Wash Dresses
I Tor
$1.00
New styles in gav
prints, populai <
plain colors. 8 tc 1
14 vears.
Step Ladders
1921 Prior Was $2.85
Our Summer Salr Prior . .
$1.00
iuilt of Hard
wood . Well brac
ed, extra wide
■reps and p t. i I
shelf.'
TOWELS
10 Years Ago. a SlinllarTowel
Was ^r! Buy Now at
6 FOR
$1.00
vssorted fast eol
ir borders. Do^b’t
ODStrticti n 'io >
i ir"’!
MEN’S SHORTS
Regular 50c Values, Now *
'In Summer Sale. They’re
IV 4 FOR
$1.00
Broadcloth 1 n
fancy patterns
Full cut elastic at
sides. Sizes 30 te
40.
CROQUET SET
The ir;i Price Was *^.75!
<’!"■ S — er Sale Price . ■ •
$1.00
cnip ete 4 - bal;
et In a box
'.civets, mallets
UlS. and goals
LOW E IT PRICES IN IO YE AM
SHIRTS AND SHORTS.
Comfort Unknown in 1921! Our Sum -
tner Sa'e Price 3 FOR
The SHIRTS are cool. The SHORTS
are In Broadcloth. Size 34 to 4(1,
— BUY DOLLAR DAY! —
1
BASEBALLS
Cost. $1.85 Ten Years Ago! Our Summer
Sale Price \ . , ONLY
Official League Balls Rubber center.
Fine-stitched horsehlde covers.
— BUY DOLLAR DAY! —
1
ELECTRIC IRON.
Our 1921 Price WHs $4.00’ Now. Bet
ter Quality 1 on FOR
6-pound nickel-plated Iron—tip back
rest, grip handle, less cord. L to customer.
6T Y1TOT.TTR Tftt Y! 1—
i
CANNON TOWELS
10 Years Ago. a Similar Towel Was 42c!
Buy now at . . 4 FOR jS
Assorted' fast color borders^ Double loop ”
construction. 20x40 in.
— BUY DOLLAR DAY! —
1
Sim
27-INCH MUSLIN
Our Price for Same Quality 10 Years
Ago Was 1"C’ Now 20 YARDS
Of unbleached firm weave. For drapes,
covers, shoe bags.
— BUY DOLLAR DAY! —
MEN’S SHORTS
Fancy Assorted Patterns! They're
values, now,-. 4 FOR
Good quality Broadcloth. Full cut, elas
tic at sides. Size# 30 to 40
— BUY DOI.LAR DAY! —
WOMEN’S PAJAMAS . .
Women's One Piece Pajamas. Fine
Run-Resisting Rayon. Smart New
styles ... NOW .
Bl'Y ON DOLLAR HAY AND SAVE'.
VOILE & BATISfE_
Smart Tub Past Print designs. Can t
you see the delightful frocks you can
make from these prints? i YARDS
BtY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
■
CHILDREN’S SHOES ..
Black and Tans. Flexible Soles. Uooa
looking. Will stand lots of wear. Good
year stitch-down construction. PAIR
BtY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
BABY DRESSES ......
Collars hend embroidered. Many attrac
tive sty’es. Sizes 2 to 6.
On Dollar Day you get ... 2 For
Bt'Y ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
MEN’S SHIRTS_
Fine Broadcloth. White Solid Colors
* and Fancies. Double Shrunk! "Stay*,,
Rite” collars attached. Buy now! Save! -
„ BtY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
> 1
SUMMER HATS.
You can afford several new Hats rt •
our Summer Sale P ice! Straws nf
Brimmed and Brimless Styles. . . ONLY j
— BtY DOLLAR DAY! t
«*.- • I**-'* — ■
CHILDREN’S SHOES ..
Good looking. will stand lots of wear!
Goodyear stitchdown construction. Slice
6 to 2 . PAIR
— BUY DOLLAR DAY’! —
CRETONNE..
Modern Art Designs, bright and color
ful. Durable cotton texture. 32 inches
wide 6 Y ARDS ..
— BUY DOLLAR DAT*: —
DRESS PERCALE.
33-inches wide. In a choice of Tloral.
Dot. and Modernistic patterns.
A Good Value . . 10 YARDS
-*• BUY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
FANCY SOCKS.
Rayon Seeks with knit-in design, mer
cerized tops, toes, heels. \ .
A Bargain at . 3 FAIRS ..
BUY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
WOMEN’S HOSIERY ..
Full Fashioned Silk Hose in Service,
Chiffon and Service Weight, Popular
summer shades . . PAIR
BUY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
MEN’S PAJAMAS.
Mice assortment of patterns. Good
Qu&J.ty. sizes A to D. Best grade for
summer wear . . PAIR
BUY ON DOLLAR DAY AND SAVE
Hand Bags
In 1921, Similar Quality
Sold f r SS.8.V Now Onlv
88c
Moire, tapestn
abrlcotd leath
ers! Invert* ci
.raine S-m a i t
styles *
New Curtains
In l'2t, similar t(uaUt>
♦ ost SI.’*'; Now. Better Set«
59c
' rlsv ( loss and
PrUeitta Curtains
tYinred Panels
•'( marquisette.
Ball Bearing
Lawn Mower
19*1’* Putt IVas MlJW
Now
$5*98
Quiet and easy running' Ihs
10 l-2-ineli wheels, and 14-mcii
blades run on smooth ball beai -
in?s. ■
50 - Ft. H o s e
Combination
test S5.95 in 1921!
\ov
$3.69
finest quality single-braid Host
with couplings and nozzle. Guar
anteed 3 years.
9x12 Wardoleum
Rugs! Waterproof
OIR 1921 ritlCE $10.2#
Now.
$5*9
Wale.-proof and stain-proof
Extra heavy enamel surface on
thick felt br.se. New patterns!
Garbage Cans
In 1931 Price Was S3.50!
Our Summer Sale Price
$1.29
' eak - proof anti 1
;r n iary. Has a
neat r.piearance
All meal con
struction.
NEW KITCH CAN
CanveHent Toot Lever*
Buy It In Summer Sale!
69c
Garbage conum
cr. Green enamel
ed outer pr ii: 8
cjt. inner pail,
t. 1.
Airline Monarch I
REDUCED IN PRICE FOR
this event: i9?ri price
WAS AT LEAST SIOT
$49.95
Complete With Tube* and
Installed
Four Sc-een-Grtd Power!. Fully
licensed by R. C. A. with Built
in Suprr Dynamic Speaker,
Oreater Distance. finer Tone
Hear and See'tt!
Si.tld Down. S6J0 a Month
small Carrying Charge
50-lb.
Capacity
Refrigerators
HarUuood Case, Enrmel
L’licdl
$21.50
Full Insulated! White enana5'
lined food chambers Ooldei
Oi k finl:h
RiversMs Tlsres
I ; Sue in '£21 i'o t W5!
Today a tj.erside is
Your* for
$4.95
And it gives you three limes
Greater SIneaye
Buy Them in Pair*
For Greater Saving*:
Sire Each Pair
?j*4.50 _..... 17.35 $14-3#
30x4.; 0 ._ S7.48 $14.50
8x4.75 ......... *8.30 $16.1#
31x5.75 . S 10.75 $19M
3x0.00 . 511.65 $32.6#
.41) Other S'res Proportionately
Low-Priced! Free Mounting
Service.
Shelby, N. C. PHONE 167 139-141 S. LaFoyettc St.
= STORE HOURS TOMORROW 8:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M.
    

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