Toluca And Knob
Two Cun of Whooping Cough. Mr.
and Mrs. Hoyle Have New
(Special to The Star.)
Toluca, June 16 —Mr. j, M. Car
penter carried his junior B. V P. U
boys and girls of Carpenters Grove
to Sandy Plains to a B. V. P. u.
meeting on last Sunday p. m.
Catherine and Kenneth, the
small children of Mr. and Mrs. \v.
H. Young are quite sick with
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sain and Mr.
J. C. Mull spent last Saturday night
at the home of the latter’s brother,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mull of Cataw
Miss Mlttie Sain left last Tuesday
for Boone where she will attend
Mrs. R. P. Boyles and children,
Oenolce and Lore*, spent last Tues
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
George Beam of Lincoln county.
One of Mr. Tom Propat mules
ran away last week hurting one of
his boy's foot pretty bad
Bom on last Friday, June 6th, to
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county taxes. Fail
ure to do so involves
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not be escaped. See
the tax lister in the
township in which
you own property
and give in your real
and personal prop
erty at once.
R. L\ WEATHERS,
Mr. and Mrs. Plenny Hoyle, a dain
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Queen motor
ed to Bnon above Morganton to
visit his mother’s grave.
Mr. and Mrs. Plato Ledford and
daughter. Miss Mary Ledford, mot
ored to the Lincolnton hospital to
ft* their daughter. Miss Joyce, who
,1s in training there.
Dr .and Mrs, Brevard Pails of j
Atlanta, Ga. are spending some
time with his parents. Mr. andj
Mrs. C. C. Falls.
Mrs, W. P. Mull of Catawba coun
ty spent lust Friday night with
Mrs D. M. Mull and children.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sain of Lin
coln county spent last Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sain
Messrs. L. E. Boyles, A. C. Cost
ner, Mr. F A. Boyles and little son.
Wayne, spent last Friday night at
Lake Lanier at the Boy Scout
The following visited at the home
of Mr. 8. D. Sain Sunday p. m.
Mr. (J. c. Mull of Shelby. Mrs. 8. T.
Carpenter and daughter. Miss Ima
Carpenter and Mrs. J. M. Carpenter
of Knob Creek.
Miss Thornburg of Charlotte
spent the week-end with Misses
Minnie and Sadie Mull.
Misses Dorothy Peeler and Cath
erine Hubbard of Belwood enjoyed
a horseback ride to the latter* sis
ter, Mrs. Bert Sain and spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sain mot
ored to Marion on last Sunday to
see the latter's grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker and lit
tle daughter, Melta Jane, of Dallas,
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Willis.
At Sandy Plain* 21st
The W, M U. divisional meeting
of group No, 4 will hold Its quarter
ly meeting with the Sandy Plains
society Sunday afternoon at 3
0 clock. The following program will
Devotional by Zion
Welcoma by Sandy Plains.
Response by or** to be selected.
Special music tsy Dover.
A play “Two Times Two,” by
Double Shoals; Talk, The Heck
Memorial, by Lawndale; Program by
the Sunbeams from Sandy Plains;
Special music by Double Soals; Talk
by Mrs. Wacaster.
The churches belonging In this
division are, Zion, Dover, Double
Springs, Union, Mulls Chapel ‘Wal
lace Grove, Double Shoals, Lawn
dale and Sandy Plains. Members
1 from these societies are requested to
be present and also Invite other so
Mra. C, ft. Spangler, divisional
HERE THEY ARE
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
36 IN ALL TO GO AT
If you’ll come to our store this
week you will have an oppor
tunity of selecting a dainty
dress at just half the original
This is a drastic reduction made
for positive and quick clear
Of Current Week
Hum of Thresher is Heard. Crop
Prospects Good. Garland Hash* j
bunt Buys Business.
'Special to The 8tar)
Lattlmore, June 16—Crop condi
tions are more promising than at
any time this spring. Grain harvest-1
lng is nearing completion. The hum
of the thresher is heard in our com
munity. Farmers are reporting good
yields of both wheat and oats.
Mr. Qarland Washburn has bought
out the Sinclair service station pre- j
viously owned and operated by Mr.
Miss Mattie Lou Johnson was host i
ess on last Thursday evening at a
delightful bridge social at her home
Every one present reports an enjoy
able time About 25 boys and girls
were in attendance.
Prof. Ivey Willis and Mrs. Willis
and daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth
visited Mr. Orange Lattlmore nen
Polkvllle, Sunday afternoon. Mt
Lattlmore has been seriously ill fo
some time but is reported much bet
Miss Pearl Harrlll spent the,
week end with Miss Cora Harrlll in
Mrs. E. O. Hamrick continues to
improve after several days sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hamrick spent
Sunday with Mrs. Hamrick's father
Mr. Jim Wilson who is Teal sick at
his home near Zion Baptist church.
Mr. C. Jeff Hamrick and family
visited at the home of Messrs Glea
son and Gary Hamrick Sunday aft
Miss Mary Belle Kendrick spent!
several days the past week,, with
Miss Margaret Stockton
Miss Janie Baldwin of Elkton, who
attended the annual district post
masters convention at Charlotte
the past week, before returning to
her home, spent several days in
Lattlmore, the guest of Mrs. ft. T
Wilson. Mr, Ha! Bridges a medical
student at Duke university Is at
home for his summer vacation
Mr. and Mrs. James Sherer had
as dinner guests Sunday from Rock
Hill, S. C., Misses Lois and Mary
Sherer and Miss Blanche Bolin and
George Conley of York, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherer visit
ed relatives at Henrietta Sunday
Miss Sarah Hamrick spent Sunday
with Miss Beatrice Cabiness In the
BUTCH OF NEWS
(Special to The Star.t
Zion. June 16.—We are having
some fine rain* which are very
helpful to the crop*.
The w. M. U.. R. As and Sun
beams gave a very interesting pro
gram Sunday after Sunday school
the subject being “Youth of Today."
Mr. J. F. Lutz is the leader for’
the R. A's.
Miss Thelma Spangler will have
charge of the devotional Friday
evening1 at our weekly teachers and
officers meeting. Mr. J. W. Irvin
will teach the lesson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Horn, Miss
Ruby Irvin spent the day Saturday
in Charlotte shopping.
Mr. A. G. Hudson made a bu*i-!
ness trip to Rock Hill, 8. C. Sat- j
Mrs. Oeorge Cabaniss and daugh-1
ter, Patsy, visited her parents over
the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Delfoe
Walker of the New House section. !
Miss Madge Hobbs of Ervin, Tenn !
Is visiting friends and relatives in j
Mrs. c. G. Poston spent the week
with her daughter, Mrs. Scipo With
row of Polkvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wells of
Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs. Q. H.
Prof. J. Y. Irvin and John, Jr., i
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. \v. Irvin!
Mr. Tom Cornwell Is at home for
the summer from Chapel HU1 where
he has been a student for the past
Miss Sara Hamrick of Lattimore
spent Sunday with Miss Beatrice'
Mr. and Mrs Lester Hamrick vis- j
lted Mrs. Hamrick’s parents Sun-j
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson.
Mrs. Tom Cabaniss, Jr., spent the!
week-end with her mother, Mrs. j
Plato Gettys of Hollis.
Our superintendent attended the
Sunday school meeting at Pleasant
Ridge Sunday afternoon.
Mrs Bobbie Rudisell spent part of
last week with her sister, Mrs. Hugh
Neal of Patterson Springs.
Miss Golda Spangler spent a few
days last week with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cabaniss.
Mr. Joe Lattimore of Lumbertou
spent Saturday and 8unday wltn!
his sister. Mrs. F. W. Cabaniss.
Miss Jane Irvin visited In Gas-!
tonia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pnnce and'
children of Landrum. 8 c. spent1
Sunday wiu* Mr. and Mrs. 'Charlie
Mr. and Mrs. Lowery Austell of
Patterson Springs visited in the
Mrs. Foy Williamson and children I
and Miss Lyda Poston visited Mr i
and Mrs F. Y Jones Saturday. j
JNow, Mon’t Crowd, Fellows
!■■■ • •imi-frr-iyr'tiffilift- r j
A bevy ot foreign beauties, representing seven countries of the OH
Jf0 jW’ ,hown ab<wr« m they arrived at New YoMc on the S. S
r«r dfk FliknCe •“/““V* 10 Galveston Tex., where they will compete
for the honor of being crowned “kies Universe” against various
American and South American winners. Left to righttheyare: Inaa
L>?ri>eTf« *3** V*!*7 f'rieberg, Germany; Gerd Johansen, Norway^;
Lucienne Nehma^France: Karen Schentz, Denmark; Ines Monolaesa,
Austria, and Netta Du chateau, Belgium.
rRINITY NEWS OF
THE CURRENT WEEK
Two Birthday Parties For Young
sters. Neighbors Work Mr. Bos
tie’a CIrop. Op Fishing Trip.
(Special To The Star.)
Trinity, June 16.—Mrs. Paul
Bridges entertained quite a number
M the young folks of this oornmun
ty with a party at her home, on
’aturday evening, honoring her
'aughter Mary’s 15th birthday.
Vter a number of games, the
uests were invited into the dining
oom, where the hostess, assisted by1
Mrs. R. V. Greene, served delicious
ce cream and cake.
A body made up of the members
if our Sunday school gathered at
he home of Mr. Claude Bostic on
tonday and worked on his crop, as
Ir. Bostic has been ill for some
Messrs. Clarence Bostic. Furman
'cSwain, Cliff Beason and Belton
- -ason are enjoying a fishing trip
Wilmington this week.
Miss Jessie Lou Moore of Bolling
-rings spent the past week-end
th Miss Mattie Sue Beason here.
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. N. Jolley were
the Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Green of Mooresboro.
Mrs George Lookado of the
Pleasant Ridge community is spend
ing some time here with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Quay Bridges.
Mrs. J. K. Harrill gave a beauti
ful dinner party Sunday, honoring
her little daughter Virginia Lee's
5th birthday. Those enjoying this
hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. P. Z
Harrill and Misses Betty and Eva
Beason and Miss Ollie Bridges.
Miss Ethel Lovelace and Miss
Ruby Greene were the Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Winn of Cliffside.
Mr. and Mrs. John Newton and
children of Avondale were callers
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Tesseneer Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Jolley were
callers at the home of Mrs. A. B.
Buchanan, of Bolling Springs Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKinney,
of Ellenboro, were visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mc
Misses Irma and Ollie Bridges
and mother visited the patients oi
Rutherfordton hospital Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. P, A. Lovelace were
the dinner guests of Mrs. J. O.
North Carolina has on the average
65 people per square mile of land
OUTHERN RAM V.
JUNE lyth. 1931
ROUND TRIP FARES
SHELBY, N. C.
Washington, D. C. _ $13.00
Norfolk, Va. __$10.75
Tickets good in Pullman
sleeping cars upon pay
ment Pullman charges
Final limit June 24th, 1931.
Special Excursion fares
on sale to all points in Tex
as, one fare plus 25 cents
for the round trip. Final
limit returning July 12th,
1931. Stopovers permitted
in both directions.
Ask Ticket Agents.
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lower, cash payment is less, and the terms are longer. Such an oppor
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worry and more time for pleasure and other duties.
Will Close Saturday, June 20
For Old Stove
Electric Service Bill
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