MRS. RENN DRUM. Editor.
relephone The Star No. Each Morning a lo 12 O clock.
Mrs. Drum can oe reached at her ho me, Phone 113. aUernoon and night.*
l only want on* solitary son*
To rise and find the surface of my
Articulate and brave and open
Its shv and stubborn petals t.0 your
1 need this song to tell you how I
Loneliness and jealousy apart
One single smile, haunting and
gay and strung
One single look, stabbingly young!
- Holget Lundbergh
Of Golf Club.
The regular meeting of the ladies!
golf club will be held at the Coun
try club on Friday afternoon at
Mias Rush of I.attlmore
Marries Mr. Weatherford.
Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Rush of Laiti
more announce the marriage of
their daughter Miss Sara Lenora, to
Mr. Leslie E- Weatherford on Satur
day June 6, at Gaffney, S. C. They
were accompanied to Gaffney by
Mr Halite and Miss Oladvs Weath
erford and Mr. Oolie Rush.
Mr. And Mrs. Goode
Mr and Mrs. Basil Goode were
fts on Tuesday evening at an in
nal dinner party honoring Mr.
Mrs. H. N Mulllcan, Avilee
ilican. and Mias Mahota Mulli
, all of Chickasha, Okla., and
Mr and Mrs 8. 8. Beam, of Home
stead, Fla The table decoration
consisted of a basket of gladioli
used as a oenterpie'ee. A delicious
three course dinner was served
Bible Cla»» To
The member* of the D Z, Newton
Sunday school class of the Central
Methodist church will have a fam
ily picnic at Pincview lake on Fri
day evening. All mem hem are cor
dially invited to come and bring
their families or friends. Everyone
will bring picnic supper and meet
at. the church between 6 and 6:30
o'clock for the trip to Pinevlew lake
Invitations Of Interest
Many friends in this section will
be interested in the following invi
tations which have been received
here recently "Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lee Gibson request the honour of
your presence at the marriage of
their daughter. Nadelna. to Mr Wil
liam Stewart Buchanan on Satur
day the eleventh of July at high
noon. Reynolds church. Winston
Salem. North Carolina
Mr Buchanan will be remembered
as instructor of science, music and
mathematics In the high school here
for several years.
Mn Battle Hostess
To Bridge Clab.
Mrs. Ben Suttle was a charming
hostess Tuesday morning to mem
bers of the Tuesday afternoon bridge
club, entertaining at her home on
W Marion atreet. Bridge was play
ed at two tables and when cards
were laid aside and scores were add
ed Mrs. Durham Moore received an
attractive piece of- pottery as high
score award and Mrs, Shem Black- j
ley was given a pretty print a.- i
second high score prize
Mrs Suttle was assisted by Miss t
Isabel Hoev in serving simple re
Bridge Party For
Miss Mai lot a Mullican. of Chick -
•sha, Okla . was honoree on Monday
afternoon at a pretty party given
by Misa Evelyn Dellinger and Mrs.
Ress Hamrick, at the home of Mrs.
Hamrick. The rooms were decorated
with summer flowers and five tables
were arranged for bridge When
scores were counted the high score
award, a pretty compact, went to
Miss Ruth Laughndge. and the sec
ond high score, a bottle of perfume,
to Miss .Juanita Cline. The hostesses
presented Miss Mullican with an at
tractive box of stationery.
Mrs. Hamrick and Miss Dellinger
were assisted by Mrs. Basil Goode.
Mrs. Miles Beam, and Mrs. Harland
Wilson in serving a salad course!
followed by a sweet course
Far Joe And Frank Williams.
• Special to The Star >
Mr*. J M. Williams assisted by
Misses Corene and Irene Costner
entertained about 20 little boys and
girls with a birthday party Satur
day afternoon from one o'clock to
five honoring her attractive little
soys, Joe and Prank, in their third
and fifth birthday anniversaries.
The little honorees played num
erous interesting games with their
friends before they were, invited into
he dining room which was beau
tifully decorated with summer flow
The two large birthday cakes,
one holding three candles and the
other holding five candles, graced
.he cento* of the table, where
punch, cake, candy and chewing
gum were served by the little boy.','
The little honorees were showered
with many useful and beautiful
presents which pleased them very
All the little guest* reported u
nice time and left wishing little
Joe and Prank, many more happyj
Mr. "Snook ie Uneberger and Mr,
Allen Suttle were hosts at a de
lightful swimming party and pic
nic at Pineview lake yesterday aft
ernoon. and at dancing afterwards,
In compliment to the former’s house
guest, Miss Dorothy Hines, of
Greensboro. About 30 members of
the young set were present and aft
er a delightful swim in the lake en
joyed a picnic supper under the
tree*. The guests were then invited
bark to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Uneberger where dancing was
enjoyed during the evening. Among
the out-of-town guests present
were; Miss Virginia Timberlake, of
Gastonia. guest of Misses Minna
and Peg LeGrand. and Miss Emily
Marshall, of Clearwater, Fla., guest
of Miss Mary Brandt Switzer.
for Mrs. Hickson.
Mrs. b. C. Houser and Mrs. Rus
sell Laughrfcfge were hostesses at a
delightful surprise birthday party on
Monday afternoon, in compliment to
their mother, Mrs. Georgia Hickson
At 3 o’clock the guests had assem
bled and were taken to the Webb
theatre for the show. After enjoying
the picture the party' returned to
the Piedmont cafe where a long
table was arranged, at which the
guests found their places by means
of dainty hand painted place cards
in sweet pea designs. Cords extend
ed to each place from mounds .of
sweet peas at each end of the table
and when the guests pulled the
cords each drew an attractive lit
tle animal as a favor. A large white
birthday cake, trimmfed with green
and pink icing and holding 70
lighted tapers, served as a center
piece. Tall green tapers graced each
corner of the table and pretty pink
nut cups at each place further car
tied out the decorative scheme. Pink
and green ice cream and pound cake
were served, the pink and green
glassware being used for serving.
Misses Betty Sue laughridge, Ger
trude Boland, Louise Riviere and
Irene Bridges, served the refresh
Those enjoying this delightful oc
casion were: Mesdames W. L. Pack
ard P. v Hendrick. H. A. Logan j
S A. Washburn, Dorcas Beam. Mary
Mundy, S. P Roberts, C. A. Wash-!
burn, J. A. Lee, w Y. Crowder. Marv ;
A. Bridges. O M Abernathy. sr.
Lula WhisonanL Frank Hamrick!
and O P Riviere
New House News
Of Current Week
Mr. Ed Walker, Stricken With
Paralysis Is Better. Division
New House .lune 33. A W M.l
U, division meeting was held at
Sandy Plains Baptist church Sun
Mr. Elmo Walker who lias been
sick for - the past several weeks is
Mrs. Hessie Doty of Dobms section
Is spending this week with her
daughter, Mrs Crayton Hawkins and
Mr. and Mrs Troy Wiggm.s and
children. Eunice and Oltha. visited
Mr. and Mrs. J A Greene Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Butler and chil
dren, Mr and Mrs. Fred Doty and
son, J. T.. Mrs. Hessie. Doty were
the dinner guests of Mr and Mrs.
E. C. Hawkins Sunday
Mrs. Susan Hollheld of Bostic .s
visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs,
Miss Haicel Price of Newberry, S.
C. Is spending several months with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Price of near New House.
Miss Belle Walker spent the
week-end at the home of her cou
sin. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Davis
of the Double Springs community.
Misses Davie and Dorcas Bridges
of Connelly Springs visited in the
section over the week-end.
Mrs. Spurgeon Walker and daugh
ter. Grace, of Shelby, spent one dav
recently with Mrs. Walker s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Greene.
Mr. Ed Welker who was stricken!
with paralysis some time ago. Is able;
to be working again.
Miss Sara Lou Whitaker has re
turned home from the Shelbv hos
jpital where an operation was per
formed last week.
Mr and Mrs. J. P. Walker visited
in Ellenboro over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Bowen and
children visited Mrs Buna Philbeck
B. Y. p. u. will meet Sunday night
at 7 45 o'clock.
News Of Interest
Rev. Mr. Barber Fill* Appointment
Shower* Are Welcome, lor
(Special to The Star, i
Cnaar, R-!.—Rev. Mr. Harbei fill
ed his regular appointment at Lee s
Chapel Sunday afternoon. He took,
his text from the 20th verse of 12th
chapter of Luke, "Thou fool, this
night thy soul shall be required of
The farmers were glacf to see the
refreshing showers that fell Sun
Joe Bumgardners children are
sick with the whooping cough at
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morris of
Casar visited Mrs. Morris' mother,
Mrs W. K. Hunt Sunday.
Misses Lucille and Nina Self and
Madge Gantt visited friends at
The young people of the com
munity enjoyed an ice cream sup
per Saturday night given by Tilted
Price and others
Mr. Clem Hunt left for Long Is
land, N. Y, Wednesday, where he
will accept a position with the
Davey Tree Co.
Among those calling at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Oplius Hunt Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Tur
ner of Morganton and Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Self of Moriah community.
Mrs. Myrtle Whtsnant spent Mon
day Tii Henrietta with Dr. ,77F:
Whisnant and had dental work
Mrs. Dull Whtsnant visited her
son. Mr A. W. Whisnant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Herman Wall spent
the week-end with Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Westley Richard
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Will White of Moriah community.
Mr. Clayton White spent the
week-end with Clem and John
Mr. and Mrs J o, Hoyle and
children of Casai spent Sunday
with Mrs. Hoyle's mother. Mrs.
Miss Lucile Self is on the sick list
at this writing.
Miss Winnie Whisnant visited her
cousin, Miss Lois Whisnant of Hen
Mrs, P M. Whishant visited her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Melton of Gol
den Valley section Monday. There
was a hail and wind storm in that
section Sunday afternoon which
done much damage. The wind blew
down several buildings,
Mr. Rolland Price carried his
wife to the sanatorium at Raleigh
Sunday where she will take treat
The little two year old child of
Mr. and Mrs Vernon Weaver is
very ill at this writing
News Of The Week
Church News. Converse Quartet
Sings At Charlie Reasons
'Special to The Star.)
Trinity. June 33— The W M O
gave an instructive and interesting
program Sunday morning immed
iately after Sunday school on the
life and Works of Miss Fannie
Heck, after which a liberal collec
tion was taken
The Sunbeam band will hold tts
i egular monthly meeting on next
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mi and .Mrs. F. E. Bridges and
children and Mr. Perry Robbs at
tended the funeral of their cousin,
Mrs. Victor Byers Friday afternoon
at Cherokee church.
Misses Joana and May Jolley, of
Shelby, are spending some time
here with relatives.
Misses Mary Bridges and Louise
Lovelace spent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs Dwight Winn of Cliff
Mr and Mrs Paul Blanton, of
Shelby, were callers at the home of
Mrs. Zaek Brackett here last Wed
Miss Bertie Bridges spent Sunday
With Miss Rebecca Bridges.
The Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs, John Lovelace included Mr
and Mrs. Dwight Winn of Cliffsiriel
Miss Joana Jolley of Shelby and
Master Joe Green of Mooresboro.
Those visiting in the home of
Mrs. R F. Callahan Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs Gaston Skinner and
Mr. Julius Spurlin of Boiling Springs
and Mr. and Mrs: N c Jolley and
Mr. M. M Beaton of this "com
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bridges and
family spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. Hill Green of Mooresboro.
The Vasse quartet of Converse S
C. were callers at the home of Mr.
Charlie Beason Sunday, where they
rendered some beautiful music.
Mr. and Mrs. Dargan Winn and
family of Cltffslde were visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs W o
The spend the day guests of Mrs.
X. D. N Jolley on Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Greene and family
of Mooresboro, Mr and Mrs. Paul
Bridges and family and Miss Me*
Jolley of Shelby
Mr. E. E. Holcombe of Shelby has
recently purchased the farm here
formerly belonging to the late Mr.
Berry McSwain. It is reported that
he will move his bottling plant here
Mt. Sinai News
Of Current Week
Young People Elect Officer*. Per- j
*onal Mention of People Com
ing And Going.
Mount Sinat, June 23.—The bil
lowing officer* were elected in our
senior B. Y. P. U. Sunday night forj
the coming quarter: Mr. Hythe Put-]
nani, president: Vernia Ellis, vice!
president; Ocie Putnam, recording!
secretary; J. C. Ellis, corresponding
secretary; Edna Putnam, Bible quiz
leader; Rhea Hunt, pianist; Crete
Putnam, chorister. Our B Y. P. U.
has not been making ^such good
grades for the last while' but with!
our newly elected officers, we are!
putting forth more effort to make!
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hunt o'
Shelby, formerly of this place, whose
marriage was a social event Of last I
week were visitors in the commun-'
ity Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Hunt,
prior to her marriage was Miss Etha
Mr. Foy Putnam a traveling
salesman, whose headquarters are
in Spgrtanburg, S. C spent the
week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Haynes and
children of Morganton and Mr. and
Mrs. Arey Weaver and son of Flint
Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. W N. Wea
ver. over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Hunt, Messrs.
Murphy, Ralph and Clemmlc Hunt
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Greene of Hollis Sunday.
Mr. Gordon Eliis who has been
employed in work at Kinston re
turned home Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Key and son,
J. D., of Kings Mountain, visited
Mr. and Mrs. David Hardin Sun
Mr Winslow Barnett of Shelby
was a caller at Mrs. J. H. Rollins
Mr. and Mrs. Oren McSwain and
two children, Max and Bernice, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Wytte of Swains
ville were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Miller Ellis Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Putnam and
children of Lattlrnore visited rela
tives in this community Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Darvin Foster and
Miss Thelma Wilson from near
Waco, spent the week-end with
Mrs. W. W. Hardin.
Mrs. Mary McSwaln of Lattimorc
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Reed Blackburn of Lawndale
returned home Wednesday after
spending a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bridges
and other relatives in the commun
Messrs. Jim Gladden and Grover
Hamrick of Sharon were callers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lebron
Muss Mary C. Clary spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Victor
Hamrick and Mr. Hamrick in Flint
Messrs. J. C. and Elmo Bridges at
tended a singing convention in
Mr. Robert Hawkins and son
Bobby, of Shelby, called at Mr. and
Mrs, J ,H Hawkins Sundav morn
Mrs J. D Branton. Miss Buna
Rollins and Mr. Coran Rollins were
visitors in the Ross Grove commun
ity Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ruby Rippy of Asheville ar
rived Saturday to spend several
weeks with her sister, Miss Eunice
Rippy and grandmother. Mrs. w.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben McSwain
and children and mother, Mrs. Mary
McSwaln spent the day Sunday with
Mr. Robert Carpenter near Fall
McBrayer Wins Trip
To Canadian Meeting
Qualifies In Pan American Life In
surance Co.. Writing *200,000
'Special to The Star,*
New Orleans, June 22 — D. R Me
Brayer, of Shelby, general agent of
the Pan-American Life Insurance
company of New Orleans, has quali
fied to attend his company's agency
convention to be held in Toronto,
Canada, July 9-10-U, according to
announcement by the company.
The convention, which will be at
tended by representatives of the in
surance company and their wives
from 25 of the United States, will
be held in the Royal York hotel, the
largest in the British Empire and (
ane of the largest in the world. The i
three-day session, which will be of- ’
flcially opened by the superintend
ent of insurance for the Province of 1
Ontario, will include entertainment '
sessions, as well as business and in
spirational meetings to be presided
aver by officers of the Insurance
company and by lea^ipg represen
tatives. A sight-seeing tour of Tor
onto and environs and a motor
launch tour of the Toronto islands
will be among the entertainment
features of the convention program,
which will also include a banquet
at the Royal York, a number of the
guest will arrive or return via New
York and Niagara Falls.
Mr. McBrayer qualified for at
tendance at his company's comen
tion by writing in excess of $200,000
of life insurance during the con
vention period beginning in 1930 and
ending May 31, 1931.
Accompany him to Canada will
be his brother. Ml. Yates McBray
Of Current Week
Home Club Work. Picnic At Shu
ford Dairy Farm. Per
(Special to The Star.)
Fallston, June 23.—The Home
Economics club met Friday after
noon. Thirteen members were pres
ent. Mrs. Wallace made a delicious
beet salad. This was served with
crackers and greatly enjoyed by all.
The personal service done by the
club lor the past quarter is as fol
lows: Number garments given, 25
and several pair of shoes. Eighteen!
quarts of milk and vegetables val-1
ued at $5.00 were given as pellegra
Miss Rhea Lattlmore, an employe
of the Stamey Co. is spending her
vacation with her parents, Mr. andi
Mrs J. D. Lattimore of Polkville this
Mrs Charlie Stroup accompan
ied by Mrs. Mrs. O. V. Warlick and
daughters. Misses Ruby and Mary
Prances of near Casar and Miss Ida
Dixon of near Lawndale visited
their sister, Mrs. C. S. Morehead of
Hickory Grove Friday.
Miss Minnie Royster and Nellc
Stamey of this place and Mrs.
Marsh Hendrick of Beams Mill ac
companied Mrs. Ida Allen and
daughter, Miss Minnie Katherine of
near Shelby to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bertie Hambrick of near Kings
Mountain where they spent the
Picnic At Dairy Farm.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cline, children
and grandchildren went on their
annual picnic to Shuford's dairy
farm Tuesday afternoon. They were
accompanied by Mr. Cline's sister.
Mrs. T. A. Stamey of this place and
Mrs. I. V. Hendrick of Shelby, Mrs.
Hester Cline, Misses Frankie and
Emma Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Kendrick and Mr. Ephrin Dellinger
of this place and Mr. and Mrs.
George Lattimore of near Polkville.
Mr. Cline always furnishes refresh
ments on this occasion which con
sists of ice cream and cold drinks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Martin and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Broadus Dellinger.
Miss Minnie Royster returned to
her home Sunday after having spent
several days with her sister, Mrs.
Ida Allen of near Shelby.
Mr, M. E. Smith and little daugh
ter, Ethel Lee and son. Master Carl
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith
of Belwood Sunday. —- —
A teachers training school begins
at the Friendship church, July 8th,
continuing through July 12th. Mem
bers of all churches are cordially
Rev. a ltd Mrs. J. M. Morgan and
family were the supper guests of
Mrs. Greely Boyles of Toluca Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Spurling
and sons, Everette, Jr. and Carol,
and Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Spurl
ing and family were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spurl
ing of near Lawndale Sunday.
Mr. and. Mrs. Floyd Cline and Dr.
and Mrs. A. A. Lackey returned
Sunday evening after having spent
several days at Wilmington.
Miss Lois Martin left Monday
afternoon for her home near States
ville where she will spend the re
mainder of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cline and
children spent Sunday with their
parents, Mr, and Mrs George Lat
timore of near Polkville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charily Stroup vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ledford of
near Casar Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Williams and
ramily spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Dixon of Belwood
Mr. and Mrs. Chyne Hoyle and
family of Cherryville visited Mr.
ind Mrs. W. A. Royster Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cline and fam
ily accompanied by Mr. and Mrs,
John Peeler of near Flay went to
Sherry Mountain Sunday.
Muss Helen Palls accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Brevard Falls of At
anta. Misses Martha and Sarah and
Mr. C. Z. and Ralph Falls and Mr.
Everette Lutz of near Bel wood and
Mr. Hulo Sweezy of this place mot*
rred to Chimney Rock and Asheville
Rev. E. E Snow will fill his re gu
ar appointment at the Methodist
:hurch Sunday night at eight!
Mr. and Mrs, Clarence. Lee Hoyle
ind family spent Sundav with Mrs.
fif. A. Gantt.
Rev. and Mrs. Jap Show and:
:hildren of Bostic were the supper
ruests of Rev. and Mrs E E Snow
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gantt and
laughter, Josephine, spent Sunday1
vith Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. P O. Ross and son,
Mr. Claude and daughter, Miss
?»nnie and Mr. and Mrs. George
toss and family visited Mr. and!
Mrs. L. E. Willis Sunday
Sunday School Day
At Casar June 28th
Sunday school day exercises will'
re held at Casar Methodist church j
rn Sunday. June 28th. An interest
ng program has been arranged, ac
cording to Mr. A. A. Horton and the
public is cordially Invited to attend.
;he program beginning at 11 o'clock
The acreage to soybeans in Har
nett county lias been increased by
:en times this season, reports conn
y agent J, o Anthony.
They Are FINDING
that MAJESTIC has a real pro
duct at an honest price. In the
Electric Refrigerator, MAJES
TIC has produced the last word
in Electric Refrigeration.
SOLD 5 MAJESTICS ON MONDAY
Five MAJESTICS were sold at
our store Monday, this week.
More MAJESTIC Electric Re
frigerators have been sold in
Shelby this year than all other
Give MAJESTIC the once over before you
invest your money and then spend it where
Prices $179.50, $247.50 and
EXCLUSIVE FEATURES OF THE
All Steel Construction (no wood)
Dry Zero Insulation (100%)
Forced Air Cooling Unit
Automatic Voltage Control
Protects Motor From High and low
I his with thirty other features, and
designed by more than 10,000 house
wives, make the MAJESTIC the out
standing value of the day.
Pendleton's Music Store
ONE OF THE FIVE OLDEST FIRMS IN SHELBY —
$15 IN TRADE
$10 IN TRADE
We will give $15 in trade
to the person who sug
gests the best name for
our new barber shop, by
six o’clock P. M„ Mon
day, July 6. Second best
suggestion will win $10
Everybody is eligible,
except employees of the
shop. Bring the name
you suggest to the bar
ber shop and deposit it
in the box provided just
inside the front door.
Shelby’s Newest And Most Completely Equipped
Basement Weathers-Blanton Building
NEXT TO J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
MODERN EQUIPMENT—Including- the consolida
tion of the entire equipment of Charles Barber
SIX SERVICE CHAIRS—With Shelby’s most com
petent and experienced barbers.
SERVICE FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Men, Women,
and Children will enjoy our service in this new
shop. Here you will find your favorite barber.
FOUR PRIVATE SHOW’ER BATHS AND PR1
VATE DRESSING ROOMS—To make our service
complete, we have installed four modern and pri
vate showers, with a private dressing room for
SHOE SHINE SERVICE—\ou will like the speedy
Service we give from our shoe shine stand, for
men, women and children.
— CLIP AND USE THIS COUPON —
(Write the Name You Suggest, Above) :
IS THE NAME I SUGGEST FOR SHELBY'S NEWEST AND MOST \
MODERN BARBER SHOP. |