Just Ten Years Ago
A Peep Or Two Back In 1921
(Items Taken From The Cleveland Star o! 1921.)
• From Issue of The Star, June 21,1
Cleveland county mud appoint a
welfare officer at a Joint meeting:
of the county commissioners and!
poard of education at their meeting j
tlie first Monday in July, according!
to Mr, W. B. Sanders, traveling;
agent ior the state board of Chari-1
ties and public welfare who was a
Shelby visitor this week and handed |
The Star a copy of the new law I
which requires all counties with aj
population of over 32,000 to have aj
Mr. John Odell Long, one ofi
Shelby’s popular young men and j
Miss Mary Llese Hord were married;
'at the home of the bride's parents,
' Mr. Jessie L. Hord of Waco at;
“even o’clock last Saturday
evening. Rev. John Suttle of Shel
by performed the ceremony in the
presence of only the immediate'
members of the two families'.
Beginning this morning, Mr. j
'(Boyce Dellinger becomes manager!
of Gilmer's grocery department]
succeeding Mr. Roscoe Lutz who re
Mr. Thomas S. Ewers died Tues
day afternoon in Greensboro with
heart trouble, following a brief ill
ness at his home there. The news of
his death is a great shock to his
many friends in Shelby where he
spent a great portion of his life.
Ex-Sheriff J A Lackey of Burke
county who died Sunday at Mor
ganton at the age of 68 years was a
native of Cleveland county and a
brother of Clevelands ex-sheriff,
W D Lackey
The summer school for teachers at
Boiling Springs had an enrollment
yesterday of 101 which was consid
ered very good The school lasts six
Mr Paul Webb, jr, who has been
a student in the Virginia Military
Institute at Lexington, Va, returned
home last night
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller. Jr., and
their baby. A. C Miller, went to Sa
luda last Saturday to see Dr. Smith.
Mr. R. C. Miller went with them.
Misses Sarah Louise and Betty
Love Hamrick. small daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Hamrick, had
their tonsils and adenoids removed
at the Shelby hospital last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Q. Anthony
who live In the county east of Shel
by have a new son. born Monday j
morning. He has been named for
Senator Joslah William Bailey, the
new senator from eastern Carolina,
successor to Hon. F. M Simmons.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoey an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Harrtette Elizabeth, on Monday, at
the Shelby hospital.
Mr. Walter Hartgro' e carried his
little daughter Hazel to Lincolnton
hospital, where, she will undergo a
minor operation for removal of a
growth from her nose,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods and
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kendall went to
Lake Lure on Monday on a fishing
Mr. J. H Ruebuxh, of Dayton.1
Va., will conduct a choir, next Sun
day afternoon at' 2 o’clock at the
Palm Tree church, composed of
1 singers of the different rural
churches which he has gotten to
gether this week. They have pre
pared a splendid musical program
and the public is cordially invited
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gordon and
.daughter, Clara Mae, of Hollis, spent
Tuesday in Lincolnton visiting
friends Mr. Gordon was a patient
: in the ha' pital there for seven
; weeks last winter.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Hoyte Dy
cus. of Winter Haven, Fla:, a on.
j Mrs. Dye us before^marriage was
Miss Wilma Poston a\Jjster to Mrs.
■W. F. Davis. A. F. Champion, Will
M. Roberts, all of Cleveland county.
Mrs. Annie Thompson, of Atlan
ta, Ga., has returned home after
spending ten days with her niece
pirs. Bailie Mauney of McBraycr
Mrs. E. C. McClain and three
! children have just returned from a
visit to the former's parents. Mr.
, and Mrs. W. J. Duncan of Cornelia.
Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Roberts and
son, James Hogue, attended the fu
neral of Mrs. Roberts, brother-in
j law, Mr. Jones McKinney, who was
! killed in an automobile accident
| last Saturday, in Greenville, S. C.
I Mrs. Roberts remained in Green
ville^for a several days visit.
Mr. Paul Lucas of Sanford. spent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
W L. Lucas. His brother, Morris Lu
cas, accompanied him back for a
few days visit
Mrs. W. R. Hartness of Sanford is
visiting her daughter. Mrs J G.
Dudley and Mr. Dudley.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eskridge, who
have been spending a week here
with relatives, returned Tuesday to
their home in Winder, Ga.
Miss Roberta Royster, of Fallston.
| has returned from a visit with
| friends at Morganton.
Mayor S. A. McMurry anti Mr.
Lyle Thompson spent Tuesday in
Raleigh, Mayor McMurry going
| down in the interest of a $2d,000
[ note which the city will sel' in an
ticipation of the collection of taxes.
Mr. Chivous Wray, of Charlotte
was a business visitor in Shelby
i Dr. J. S. Dorton ts in Winston
i Salem this week attending the State
i Veterinarians convention.
Mrs. Pitt Beam, Mrs. Grady Love
| lace. Miss Elizabeth McBrayer, Mrs.
C. B. Suttle and Mrs. Wythe Royster
leave tomorrow for Raleigh to visit
; their friends, Mrs. Johnson, nee Miss
| Mayme Cheek.
Friends of Miss Montrose Mull will
be glad to know that a radiogram
I received from her yesterday con
tains the news that she landed at
Cherbourg, France, yesterday morn
ing. Miss Mull made the crossing on
the Leviathan .
Mrs. John Schenck. Jr., and two
sons, who spent last week in Char
■l lotte visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
j Pyle, have returned home
i Mrs. Charles Wall, of Lexington. U.
spending this week here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. P. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs Robert ftord spent
the week-end in Charlotte with the
latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Thompson Miss Hatsy TVmpson,
lister of Mrs, Hord. returner' home
with them lot a visit, this week.
Mrs. J. J McMurrv. of High
Point, is here spending this week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Mr and Mrs. O. M Mull have re
turned home after spending several
days In New York City where they
went to see their daughter. Miss
Montrose Mull, off on her summer
tour of Europe.
Mr, George Blanton, jr.. lias return
ed home after a visit to friends in
Washington, N C.
Mr, and Mrs. Howard Y. Gold
spent Monday In Spartanburg where
they went to take their small son
Howard D., to place him in the care j
of Dr. Smith, baby specialist of that j
place The child was left in Dr. I
Smith's hospital there.
Miss Virginia Timberlake. of Gas
tonia. is the attractive house guest
of Misses Minna and Peg LeGrandj
at their home here.
Mrs. T C. Summey, of Moores-,
town, N. J., arrived here on Monday ]
for a visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ceph Blanton. Mrs. Summey j
will be remembered here by many ,
friends as Miss Jane Moseley, who i
for several years taught in the
Little Miss Mary Elisabeth Mc
Ginnis, of Charlotte, is here this
week visiting her aunt Mrs. Hugh
Mrs. Grover Cline and children, of
Fort Lauderdale. Fla. spent last
week here with Mrs. Zeb Ciiix. —
Mr. and Mrs, George Hoyle and
Mrs. It. M. Laughridge arc spend
ing today in Hickory.
Judge and Mrs. E. Y. Webb will
i leave tomorrow morning for Ashe
ville where they will spend the sum
Mrs. A. H. Cline, of Fa! Is ion, spent
the past week here with Mr. and
Mrs. Mike L, Borders,.
Miss Hope Whisonant is spending
today here with Miss Ruth Laugh
Mrs. Ben Smith, of WU ;on. who
came'to Shelby for the funeral of
her uncle. Mr. Torn Miller, on Mon
day will leave for her home on Fri
Misses Annte Rosunond Horne
and Virginia Jones, of GreenvtTIe.
will arrive here this afternoon to
spend several days as the guests oi
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Loy.
Mrs. Zeb Cline, Mrs. Edwin Cline,
and Miss Clayton Cline spoilt Thurs
day in Gastonia visiting Mi. s Hes
ter Cline and Mrs. Will Clifford.
Miss Sara Little and Miss Ella
Lipscomb spent the day in Green
ville Sunday with friends.
Mrs, Carl Thompson Miss Sara
Thompson, and Miss Dorothy Hines
spent the day yesterday in Char
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNeely anti
children have returned from a visit,
to relatives at Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards
.spent the day in Columbia. S. C.
Mrs. Jean Schenck returned home
yesterday after spending the past
week at Blowing Rock at the cot
tage of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L.
A. Crowell, of Lincolnton.
. Mrs. Dick Baltenger. of Hickory,
is a patient in the Shelby hospital
this week where she is undergoing
Little Miss Anne Masterman. of
Charlotte, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Hal Schenck, and Mr. Schenck at
their home at Law-dale
Dr. and M-s. Sam Schenck spent
the past week-end at Blowing Rock
Fallston Woman Win*
In Nitrate Contest
Atlanta, Ga„ June 153.—'The win
ners in the $1,50Q,00 southwide con
test among farmers for the best ans
wers to the question "How does a
top-dressing of 100 pounds ol muri
ate of potash help cotton pay extra
cash’’ were announced today by of
ficials of the N. V. Pot as n Export
Amog the many winners m
North Carolina, one is from Cleve
land county, Mrs S. T Kendrick >1
The judges of the contest were
leadU'g agronomists of the state
colleges and experiment stations
They decided that Mr. Strickland of
Dunn submitted the best answer for
North Carolina Prof. C B. Williams
of the State college at Raleigh- -e
J presented Noah Carolina as a iud;;c
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