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The structure, as raised by the
GifTord will be the head of the
tovernment's campaign to make the
'.ountry relief conscious.
He will have under him an ad
visory body of 50-odd industrial and
He is now working on a list ol
states committees, to cooperate
with him in his work of persuading
the people to give money for unem
playment relief this winter. and
nersuading cities, counties and state,
to do what they can from publie
Tt is not planned, as yet, for the
rederal government to do any giv
t.\ S. Aid Unnecessary
The federal government’s job 01
Gifford’s, is to co-ordinate all this,
work, give suggestions, and to find
iut exactly what the needs of the
unemployed are and whether these
needs are being met. Gifford has
iaid,that he believes he and his
fellow workers will be able to or
taniae the relief situation so that
federal aid is unnecessary.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Canipe are an
nouncing the birth of a tittle son,
Bobby Dowell, on August 27th, at
their home on Gardner Street.
Mrs. Annie Dlllng and Mrs Chas.
G. Dllling of Kings Mountain, were
dinner guests of Mrs. C H. Hardin
Mrs. P. E. Rollins, of henderson
ville, visited her sister, Mrs. Fanny
Shuford, here Sunday and was ac
companied home by Mrs. Shuford
and Miss Margaret Blanton for a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherrill of
Charlotte, spent the day here Sun
day with Rev. and Mrs C. F Sher-1
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spake and I
daughter, Bessie Lee, Mr. Cltnt
Wellmon and son, Billy, spent the;
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank:
Lackey of North Wilkesboro.
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Governor and Mrs. O. Max Gard
iner and son, Max, Jr., left Monday
to return to RaJeigh after spending
several weeks here with Mrs. James
L. Webb and Mrs. M. Webb Riley
at their home on S Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Greene spent
the week-end with Mr and Mrs. R.
B. Gold of Shelby.
Rev. J. W. Suttle is back at home
after spending a few days with his
daughter, fcfrs W. J. Erwin, and Mr.
Erwin in Great Falls, S C.
Mrs. J. M. Mode, Miss Mabel Phii
beck and Mrs. Toy Mode are spend
ing this week at the Fortune Cot
tage near Chimney Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Earl and fam
ily, who have been living on South
Washington street, are moving this
week to their farm at Patterson
Miss Pick Norton, of Conway, S
C., is visiting at the home of Mi
and Mrs J. D Lineberger this
Mr. James Matthai, formerly man
ager of the Charles store, has been
transferred to work in Asheville
Mr. J. D. Linebeger, Messrs. Byard
Falls and John Lineberger, and
Miss Pick Norton, their guest, spent
Monday in Charlotte where they
visited Mr and Mrs. Frank Sher
Mr. Alfred Falls and daughter
Willie, visited Dr and Mrs. C D
Dr. Fred Falls is spending his
vacation at the home of his par
ents, Mr and Mrs. Alfred Falls
Mr. C. H. Lee, of Atlanta Ga„
was the week-end guest of hif
father and other relatives near
Miss Ettalie Moses left Monday
for New York City where she wiil
take a special poet graduate course
in nursing. Miss Moses is a sister d
Mrs. Hill Hudson. West Marion
Miss Elaine Hoyle and James
Royster spent the week-end in
Cherryville, the guests of Miss Her
mine and Warren Hoyle.
Little Miss Jacqueline Smith, at
tractive daughter of Mrs. Thelma
Hopper Smith had her tonsils re
moved at the Shelby hospital Tues
Mrs. A D. Brabble and Mrs.
Robert Allison Hicks, the latter of
Gastonia, are spending today in
Rock Hill visiting Mrs. William H
Charles Caveny of Greenville. S.
C„ spent Sundav with his mother,
Mrs. C S. Caveny on S. DeKalb
Mr. Columbus Greene, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
in the Double Springs section left
for his home near Pineville, Ky. to
day. He was accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Fred E, Greene and chil
dren, James and Virginia, who ex
pect to spend several days visiting
relatives in Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H, Cline left to
day fpr New Bern for a few days
visit, accompanying Miss Alma
Odom, who has been their guest for,
two weeks, on her return home.
While they are away their little
daughter, Mary Annie, is spending
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Miss Helen Bess left yesterday tor
JJoone where she entered the Nor
mal school there for the winter ses
sion. She was accompanied by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bess.
Mr. and Mrs. Draper Wood, who
have been living at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ceph Blanton during
the summer, are moving back to the
Hotel Charles this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alberht Latham of
Asheville, are spending today with
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morris. Miss
Dorothy Clement, of Greensboro,
who has been visiting them, accom
panied them here and wlR visit Mr.
and Mrs. Morris before returning to
Mrs. Kate L. North returned home
last night fom a visit to Miss Vera
Varnell. In Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss
Varnell will be remembered here as
she is a niece of Mr. W. N. Dorsey
and has visited here on several oc
casions. Her friends here will be
glad to learn that she is much im
proved after an illness of twelve
weeks with malaria
Mr. Joe Nash spent yesterday
afternoon in Rock Hill where he
visited his sister, Mrs. David Lyle,
and Dr. Lyle.
Mrs. J. T. Gardner and MW Ailie
Noe are spending this week in Hen
Mr* John Stitt If has Just return
ed home from a visit of several
weeks tn Hartford, Conn., with her
daughters, Mrs. Joe Cabanlsa and
Mrs. D. R. Sibley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hord and
their mothers, Mrs. W. N. Dorsey,
and Mrs. J. J. Thompson, the latter,
of Charlotte, spent the day Friday
at Llnville Falls, Slowing Rock and
other [mints in the mountains
Mrs. Harry Speck and Miss
Mayme Cabaniss are spending to
day in Gastonia attending a con
ference of auxiliary presidents of
the Kings Mountain Presbyterial.
Mrs. Lamar Gldney and two
daughters, Edwrna and Ellen La
mar, have just returned home aft
er spending a week at Lake Juna
Mr. Riley McCord left today for
Clemson college at Ciemsor\, S. C.,
where he will enter the freshman
Dr. and Mrs T. B. Gold and son,
T. B , jr„ and daughter, Oermaine,
have returned home after spending
most of last week tn Washington,
Misses Peg' LeGraJrd Virginia
Jenkins. Mary Jenkins and Mrs. J.
F. Jenkins are spending today in
Mrs, Troy McKmnev returns
home today after spending several
days visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Stikeleather, in Asheville
Miss Emma Neal McQueen. di
Raleigh, Is visiting Miss Louise
and her guest will spend tomorrow
Tedder here this week. Miss Tedder
night with the formers parens,
Mr. and Mrs. E S Tedder, at El
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No. 3 Consolidated
Wall Gets a Triple and a Doable
And Mayhew Duplicate*.
(Special to The Star.)
The boys of No. 3 played hard
Friday evening to beat the Fallston
boys by a total of 8-0.
Hendricks for Fallston seemed to
be bearing down as best he could
with his hard fast ball. Although he
allowed the No. 3 boys 11 hits. By
ers and Hopper for No. 3 Allowed
Fallston three, one double-and two
Trale Wall of No. 3 led the hit
ting with a triple and double^JMay
hew for No. 3 ran close behind with
a triple and single. Royaler for
Fallston with a double. Two other
Singles were received by * Fallston
players and seven for No. 3.
Runs batted in: Wall (3), Roberts,
Klrkendol, Hopper; Mayhew <1>, ,1
Ellis, Harrell (J), Mayhew, Kirk.cn
doll (1), Harrell. The umpires for
the evening were Morgan of Fall
ston and White of Patterson
The return game will be played
at Patterson Springs school build
ing, Sept 11.
Lily Outfit Win*
From The Ora Team
The Lily baseball club defeated
the Dover-Ora team Saturday 6 to
3. Farris pitched a good game for
Moores boro Wins
Moores boro, Aug. 29.—The Moores -
boro high school defeated the El
lenboro nine yesterday 10 to 4, aft
er a long and hard fight.
The pitching of both teams and
two home runs by Williams were
the features of the game. While the
Mooresboro shortstop lent the com
ical side of the encounter
junior* win uunt.
The Shelby mill Lions baseball
team won their third straight game
from Dr. Jarrett's Sunday school
class Tuesday by the score of if to
S. Ledbetter with two safeties led
the hitting. Smith, Poston and Davis
formed the battery for the victors
while Taylor, Kiser and McSwain
formed the battery for the losers
Mulls Chapel News
Of Local Interest
B. V. P. U. Entertained By Social
At Buffalo Church. Personal
'Special To The Siar.i
Mulls Chapel, Sept. 1.—Our B. Y
P. U. was entertained by a social
Saturday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. P. Heafner and family.
The Buffalo Baptist church B. Y.
P. U. gave Mulls Chapel a nice pro
gram Sunday night. The program
was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Causby and son,
Wray, and Mr Noah Causby and
mother spent Sunday in Charlotte
visiting Mr. W. G. Causby, who is in
Mi". Jim Clark of New Prospect
community spent Saturday . night1
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A Ktidings and
family of Mulls Chapel.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Strongtellow of
Mulls Chapel spent week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fatton c.r Char
Mrs. C. B Queen spent Sunday
with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Mrs, John Lail and children Of
Mulls Chapel spent Saturday after
noon with Mrs. Leon Thackson of
Mr. Yates Wright spent Saturday
night with Mr. Evans Causby.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Causby and
Misses Lucy Hord and Pearl Whit
aker visited Mr. and Mrs. Eld Causby
of near Buffalo Monday night
Mr. C. B. Queen spent Friday aft
ernoon wltli his daughter. Mrs O U
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Al a recent meeting of the city board of aldermen
it was ordered that all city property on which taxes for
1930 or prior years have not been paid, will be advertis
ed for sale. This advertisement will be inserted the first
week in October.
A penalty of five per cent has been added to all past
due and unpaid taxes Sept. 1st, 1931. One per cent will
be added each month thereafter.
Pay your past due city taxes and avoid penaltv and
sale of property.
CITY OF SHELBY
I.. E. LIGON, Clerk
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