’ Mrs. Jim Bynum Of
h 'fas Native of Cleveland County
And Has Brother: and Sisters
'Special to The Star.'
Llncolnton.—A gloom was cast
over the community Saturday even
ing Then the sad news was spread
that Mrs. Jim Bynum was dead.
The death angel took her away at
7 o’clock Saturday evening. May 16.
at Llncolnton. She was confined to
her bed about five weeks with
The news of Mrs. Bynum's death
was not a shock, for she hud been
t in failing health for seme time be
fore she took her bed and she knew
the end was near.
She was a consecrated member
Of the Southside Baptist church and
always attended regularly when she
Mrs. Jim. Bynum before murriage
was Miss 1 laada Grigg", daughter of
William Grigg, of Cleveland county.!
t She was J3 je«»rs old. Mrs. Bynum
is survived by her devoted husband
and the following children:.Mrs. Ada !
King of Icsepsvdie, Mrs. Lula Jlor
row of Clover, li. C.. Mrs. Margaret'1
Grigg, of Lin rota ten. ■ Mrs. Fannie
TIelmo.i of Cherryville, Mrs. Dora
’.Vray, Mrs. Lculss Parker and Mi
J. B. Bynum, all of Lincolnian.
• Also surviving ere the following i
brothc- and sisters: Mr.,Rufus Grigg
of Shelby, Mrs. v.’. T. Hamrick, of.
Palls11 n, Mrs. Philip Wright of
Double Shoals, Mrs. P. C. Whiteside
of Liucolnton and Mrs.. Ben Ashley
of Clover, S. C.
The funeral r as conducted Sun
day afternoon by her pa tor. Rev.
Roy Williams of Madison and In ;■!
remains were laid to rest in the
Southside Baptist cemetery.
A .host of friends attended the ;
funerul and the many flowers show
ed the love and respect cf everyone.
Work He Says
"I don't believe any man in the
Carolina® suffered more from Indi
gestion than I did. It got my whole
system out of ‘gear’ and I felt so
tired and weak I could hardly work.
A I had pains in my right side and I d
break out with boils. Sargon pulled
me out of a terrible fix. The indi
gestion, boils, and every ache and
pain disappeared and I'm filled with
hew strength and energy.’’—L. C.
Strickland 909 Halifax St„ Raleigh.
Sold In Shelby by Cleveland Drug
Co., and in Kings Mountain by Sum
mers Drug Co. adv.
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland county
showing the 793 miles of, road*
to be taken over by the state
under the new road bill. You
can get one of these maps by
paying $1 or more on your
subscription to The Star, tfp
Introducing the Rev. Jessie C.
Shull, of Virginia,. Illinois. His
great • grandfather. grandfather
and father were ministers. Besides
which he has three brothers, two
brothers-in-law and his wife as
pveachers. And he’s the nephew
of si.t pastors, grandnephew of j
four ministers and great-grand
nephcw of two clergymen, as well;
as the cousin of 44 ministers. Most
of them are Presbyterians.
Chemists Find Extra
Vr.lue In Fertilizer
When chemists recently analyzed
a sample of our oldest commercial
fertilizer they found a number of
plant loads which farmers generally
never'knew were present in the ma
Their analysis of Chilean nitrate
of soda? the fertilizer which has been
used in this country since 1830, re
vealed potassium, calmium. iodine,
boron, jnapnesium, all essential for
plant growth—in addition to nitro
Until recently Chilean nitrate was
prized by farmer as a source of quick
acting nitrogen—nitrate nitrogen,
but the new analysis shows that the
fertilizer contains other plant foods
besides nitrogen. It is now believed
that the presence of these impuri
ties, each of which is necessary lor
normal plant growth, accounts lor
the unusual record farmers have
had with this natural nitrate. Scien
tists explain the presence of these un
common elements by the natural
origin of Chilean nitrate. It is ob
tained from deposits in a barren des
ert which covers thousands of acres
in northern Chile.
For quick service call C. C. Falls,
local dealer arid broker for Western
North Carolina. adv.
We never could understand why
old men were so much worried about
the way the flappers acted: they
were certainly safe, not to say im
MAV, 29, 1931
The New Model A DeLuxe
Roadster will make an ideal!
graduating present for your oov
or your girl. Think of the pleas- j
ure it will afford both to them j
and the rest of the fafmily.
City Visitor : (pointing to a!
haystack): "What kind of a house
Farmer: “That ain't a house; i
that’s a haystack.”
“ City Visitor: "Say. you can t1
fool me. Hay doesn't grow in a
lump like that.”
TWO ladies were discussing a
"She has a very magnetic per
sonality,” said one.
"She ought to have,” ^replied
the other, “everything she has
on is charged.”
Do not fail to have the grease \
drained from the transmission!
and the differential of your rar
and have it replaced with a Sum
mer grade of lubricant. The thin
winter grade of lubricant will not
stand the strain and heat of sum
mer driving and it is much
cheaper to buy grease than it is!
to pay costly repair’bills and buy '
We are equipped to render this
service at a very nominal charge
regardless of the make of car you i
drive. V/e drain out the old
grease, flush out the gear case j
and put in a Summer grade of
lubricant Which will fully protect
and lubricate the gears regardless
of the intense heat.
Dumbcll: "Say that guy, Oscar
was so lubricated last night he
sold the post office.”
Drummer: “Well, why so down
in the mouth about it?”
Dumbcll: "Because I bought it.”
She: “Haven’t I always been
fair to you?”
lie: “Yes. but I want you to be
fair and warmer.”
We are equipped to thoroughly
clean the finish of your car and
remove the film and dirt that col
lected during the winter, wax the
finish like you would do a hard
wocd floor, and, polish with an
electric polishing machine.
Why drive in and have us do
this for you? The cost of haring
this done is very insignificant
compared to the difference it will
make In the looks of your car.
Telephone Operator: “I have
your party. Deposit 5 cents,
Souse tat pay station!: “Whaz
Operator: "Please deposit your
Souse: “Listen, girlie, wat I
wan's a conversashin from a
fren’, not financial advice from
“My wife says if I don't chucJ:
golf she’ll leave me."
“Hard luck, old chap.”
“Yes—I’ll miss her.”
You will not have to give up
golf or lose your wife either. Give
her a New Model A Ford Town
Sedan and have peace and har
mony in the family.
Call us for a demonstration.
CHAS. L. ESKRIDGE |
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News Of The Week
(Special to The S$ar.)
Bethlehem, May 28—Mrs. Oscar
Glenn surprised her husband with
a birthday dinner Sunday. More
than a hundred were present. Din
ner was served In picnic style, which
was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. J. T. McDaniel and daughters
Misses Bessie and Julia McDaniel,
Mr. and Mrs. Giles McDaniel spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin
Jackson of State Line, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart and
family were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Pink Herndon.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hannon and
sons Junior and Joe were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Miss Magel Stewart spent Sunday
with Miss Beth Randle.
Mrs. Robert Howell continues
About forty took the study
course last week taught by the pas
tor Dr. C. J. Black.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I-a.il spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tensley
Lail at Lenoir.
A large crowd from our church at
tended services and the singing at
Bessemer City Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Me Swain and
family spent Sunday at Blacksburg
The many friends of Mrs. Melt
Howell will be glad to know that
she has returned from the Shelby
hospital much improved.
Miss Grace Dixon of Dallas Is
spending this week with her grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Blalock.
Miss Josephine McDaniel spent
Sunay with Miss Leona McDaniel.
Miss Gladys Blalock had her ton
sils removed at the Gastonia hos
pital last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herndon, Miss
Lelle, Mr. Lamar Herndon were the
dinner guests of Mrs. Watt Herndon
tlunied in Huge Swindle
John “Jake the Barber" Factor, of Chicago, and his wife, the for*
mer Rella Cohen (both above). as they appeared recently at a Paris.
France, race track. Scotland Yard and the American Department or
Justice are merging their best detective talent to apprehend the Inter*
national swindler on pnarge.s of fleecing Europeans out of nearly
$5,000,000. Gangdom also seeks him. hoping for a “split’' In his loot.;
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i • »
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the burner. See how long it takes
to boil the water. High*Power,
Perfection’s newly invented burner,
does it in ten and one quarter min
utes .... boils it in less than nine
minutes starting with a hot burner!
Will your stove do that?
High-Power burners arc more than
30 % faster .... economical of fuel.
They adjust instantly, high or low,
and burn with a dean, steady heat
that strikes the whole cooking
surface for uniform results without
scorch spots or slow edges.
Perfection stoves are modern in
design, with smooth porcelain
enamel, lacquer and baked enamel
finishes in lovely new color. Combi*
nations of pastel green and lustrous
satin black, ivory and green, and
ivory with blade. Many sizes, all with
new High-Power Burners.
Prices start at *18.50
fiefart yarn bay amy ttapt, consider the cost
of fuel. Modern kerosene (cos) oil) is tbs
convenient, dependable fuel.
High-Power Perfection stoves give all tile
cooking speed of the costlier fuels ....
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See them at your dealer's and choose one
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Events Of Week
Mr. Jirwtt In Charlotte Better.
Senior B. V. P. U. Visit*
(Special to The Star.)
May 28.—The senior B. Y. P. U,
was invited to Double Springs Sun*
day night. Every one who went en
joyed the splendid program given
Mrs. Zeb Blanton and family vis
ited Miss Cecelia Padgett at Lime
stone college at Oaffney Sunday
Mias Poy Olascoe spent the latter
part of last week with her brother
Mr. Bill Olascoe and Mrs. Olascoe
in the Double Springs community.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McDaniel and
children, Dennis, Edith, and Douglas
of Kings Mountain spent a .while
with the latter's father, Mr. R, W.
McGurry and family Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D, MoCurry of
Cherryvllle spent the week-end
with Mr. McCurry s mother, Mrs. J.
L. McCurry and other relatives.
Friends of Mr. J. L. Blanton will
be pleased to know he la home from
the Shelby hospital where he under
went a serious operation some weeks
ago, but he Is getting along Just
Misses Pearl and Bryte dlascoe
were spend the day guests of Misses
Wlllelen and Mary Lou McCurry
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Blanton Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs.
Joe F. Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Nes
ter Hamrick of Shelby, Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Hamrick and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick and
Miss Pearl Olascoe spent last
week with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ell Street near Shelby.
Friends of Mrs. J. L. McCurry will
be sorry to leant that she Is not as
well. She Is at the home of her
son. Mr. R. w. McCurry.
Mrs. Laura Price returned home
last Thursday after spending some
time at the bed side of her aunt.
Mrs. J. L. McCurry.
Friends of Mrs. Fletcher McMurry
sympathise with her In the loss of
her brother, Mr. Joe Runyans.
Misses Zola, Hannah and Libby
McCurry, Thelma Blanton and Mr.
I Hoyt McCurry spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jarrett at their
home 400 East 12th street, Char
lotte. They were accompanied home
by Mrs. Jarrett’s mother, Mrs. Daisy
Mlchem of Shelby who had spent
Friends of Mr. Jarrett will be
pleased to learn that he Is getting
along Just fine after a recent Ill
Mr. and Mrs. Plato Bridges and
children visited Mrs. Bridges’ sla
ter, Mrs. Laura Smith of South
Dull brains result from a defi
ciency of Iron, scientists say/ Also
from a surplus of bone.
DOES YOUR ROOF
LEAK? If so See J.
W. Denton, H o e y
Apartments or Phone
4-J. W o r k guaran
Your Summer Outfit
AN ASSURANCE OF CORRECTNESS
Tou will always find new patterns and col
on In our Neckwear Department. They will
bring a smile of genuine Pleasure to your
face. Consisting of Wash Materials, Silks,
Crepes, Satins and Shantungs.
25c 49c $1.00
For all occasions of recreation here’s Foot
wear that performs In care-free, easy man
ner. For Golf or for Dress-up events, this
combination all leather Oxford Is placed
among the leaders.
Summer Suits—New arrivals, correct In every
detail and priced In line with 1931 Standards
of value. The finer quality, the superb
tailoring better than ever. May be had in
Linens, Seersuckers, Palm Beaches, Mohairs,
Tropical Worsteds and Flannels—
$9.95 to $24.75
You need only to feel these new Btraws to
know they are fine Hats. And when you put
one on you will get a picture of style that
only Knox can Paint— A —
Other styles and makes QC
79c to $2.98
Seldom sucli values in men’s Shirts, Thin*
of getting fine Broadcloths, Prints, Woven
Madrases, Shantungs and Poplins, with pre
shrunk, Perma-fittlng collars at
Water, Water everywhere and everywhere
smart new Jantzen and Rugby Bathing Suite
that were purchased at Wray’s. We have
these In Speed Suits. Diving Suita, Two
somes, Two-Piece and One-Piece, from
$1.98 to $6.00
A. V. Wray & 6 Sons
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