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DON’T NEGLECT F K E T
;hese hot summer days. Be
fitted correftJy by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
HEAVY a YARD SHEETING TOR
'Otton picking sheets G cents yard,
Better anti cheaper than burlap.
Campbell Department Stores. It 2c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
cepalrtog l. c. Davis. uext door 10
WtrcJ o. i appreciate vnui oatro?:
age. Urge cr srv.ali tl t«c
N E A i L Y I'WO HUNDRED
isers in Cleveland county oi uen
;rai Electric tie 1 rig era tors ana not
me lias ever spent one cent lor
ervjce. Robert c Hora, Dealer, 8
Waahmgton St., Shelby tl 25c
LET “VIC" AND GEORGE FIT
vou In a tailor made Suit for fa!!.
Pit Guaranteed—$22, $23, $30, $35
A. V. Wray and 6 Sons.
TRY DR. SCHOLL’S FOOT
neces..i:ies in hot weather a V.
Wray & 6 Sons. tf-29e.
I AM A PAINTER, CONTRAC
’:or ar.d paper hanger and will work
•or 25 and 30 cents per hour All
work guaranteed. Will sell pain:
delivered in Shelby, ilat wall paint
*1.00 gallon; outside house paint, one
gallon makes two. for $2.30, guaran
teed for two years. Hugh K. Mc
Swain, 31* Blanton St., Shelby.
Rhone 629-R. 10-1'c.
S E E D : ABRUZZI
rye, Austin winter
peas, vetch & beard
less barley. D. A.
Beam Co. 3t-26c
WANTED TO RENT, SMALL 13
ir 20 acre farm. I will pay cash
monthly for small farm for 1932
within 4 or 5 miles of Shelby. Must
have good 8 or 6 room house and
electric lights. Apply at Star office.
WANTED: INVALIDS ROLLING
chair. See Z. J. Thompson, Shelby,
“GET YOUR HEMSTITCHING
dene for six cents per yard at 337
East Marion St. Mrs. J. L. Harrill.
SHELBY POTATO STORAGE
house under new management this
year. All who wish to store potatoes
wUl see G. A. Spake at once at the
potato house on Saturday afternoons
,for next three weeks. 3-28p
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND
typewriter. Must be reasonable. W.
A Broadway, asst. dist. engineer.
LOANS—$5 00 TO $40.00,
Without security to men and
w o m e*n steadily employed
Easy terms. $50 to $1000 on
stocks and bonds. No embar
rassment, no unnecessary de
lay. Ch e e r f u 1, confidential
service. Citizens Finance Co.,
12 Lineberger Building. Phone
103. Entrance W. Marion, tfc
SEE CAMPBELL S FOR SHEET
tng for cotton picking sheets. Help
roost the price of cotton. it 2c
SPECIAL SCHOOL RATE OF
♦1.50 for nine months to school
students and teachers. Let The Star
be your every-other-day letter from
home. 4t 2p
"WE DO ALL KINDS OF FENDER
work and all kinds of auto repair
ing. Hawkins Bros., S. LaFayette
street. 12t Sep 2c
~MLSS LAIAAGE DOVER WISHES
M> announce to her friends and cus
tomers that she has returned after
a month'* vacation. She is still at
the Whlsnant Shop. Her prices arc
reasonable. Call to get your dresses
titered or made. l-2p
~FOR RENT: 5 ROOM HOUSE,
til conveniences, garage. South De
Talb street. See Hugh Miller at
[first National Bank. 3t 2p
MEN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH
•outes of 800 consumers in East
3asoon county, Dallas, Cramerton.
Tellable hustler can starf earning
;35 weekly and increase every
■nonth. 'Write immediately. Raw
eigh Co., Dept. NC-W-52-S, Rich
nond, Va. 2t 2p
FOR SALE OR TRADE: TOR
radio, phonograph or most any
thing else, a scholarship for cotton
daaiging course in International
Correspondence school. Course is
fully paid up and cost $81. See Geo.
F. Stewart, Dover Mill. 3t 2p
“WANTED JOB AS TRUCK
driver or chauffeur. White man
and auto mechanic. Call "Auto” care
of Star J Jt 2p
FOR SALE: ONE GOOD FIVE
room house, close in, modern, on
nice lot, owner leaving town. A bar
gain at $1800.00. One fourth cash,
balance can be carried in B. and
L. J. B. Nolan Co., Phone 70. It 2c
LET US PAINT*YOUR OAR AND
make it look like new. Hawkins
Bros., S. LaFayette. 12 Sep 3c
COME INLAND' SMOKE
’em over. Samples. 3$, 4, 4£.
$1.98, as long as they last. A.
V. Wray & 6 Sons. 2t-31c
FOR RENT—5 ROOM HOUSE
Good condition, apply C. S. Young.
j YOUR NAME ON A RUBBER
I :;tamp and an indelible ink pad to j
j mark your clothes, botli lor f 1.25
at The Star office. Students going
oif to school should have this set.!
Delivery on third day after order is |
received. St 2p
allT kinds'of sewing-and
^ altering done by' Mrs. J. H. Carroll
"at her new home on North Wash*
j ington Street. ' 3t 31c
FOR SALE: 97 ACRE ~FARM
near highway No. 20 and about five
I miles east of Shelby. . Nice 5 room
house, good barn and outbuildings,
i.aw timber, good soli. Priced reason
able on easy terms. J. B. Nolan Co.,
phone 70. It 2c
ALL KINDS OF AUTO WOOD
work and top recovering. Let us fig
ure your job. Hawkins Bros., 8, La
Fayette St. 12t Sep 3c
I HAVE TWO GOOdIfARMS TO
sell 65 acres and 132 acres. Now is
the time to buy. Fairly good build
ings on each, small cash payment;
terms. D, F. Morrow, Rutherfordton,
N. C. 3-31C
YOU GAN 'BEAT THE
band, but you can t beat the
sample straps and oxfords at
Wray’s for $1.98. 2t-31c
FOR’RENT: FURNISHED BED
room, adjoining bath, fir.-t floor;
wish or without kitchenette. Rate
reasonable. Phone 632 or 348.
FOR SALE: ONE GOOD 5 ROOM
house with all modern Improve
ments In a good section, owner says
he must sell this week. Price $2000,
cm easy terms. J. B. Nolan Co„
phone 70. “ It 2c
YOU’LL BE SORRY IF
you don’t get to Wray’s quick
to see those beautiful straps
and oxfords at $1.98. 2t-31c
ROOMS WITH BOARD: CON
venient for men, girls, or couple.
Steam heat; shower and tub. Phone
213. 3t 31c
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP.
Hair cuts, 25c; shave, 15c; 6 chairs.
AH first class barbers. 13t 26p
$5 AND~$7 SAMPLE OX
FORDS and Straps for wom
en—60 pairs—$1.98. Wray’s.
First come, first served, 2t31
ONLY A SPENCER FOUNDA
tton garment Is designed foi each
wearer. It moulds your figure into
the fa htonable silhouettes. Be fit
ted today by Mrs, J. H. Carroll,
North Washington street. Phone
213. 3t 31c
SCHOOL STUDENTS AWAY
from home should let The Star fol
low. $1.50 for the nine months, pay
able in advance. This is a special
rate to students and teachers only.
ARCH TYPE SHOES—5
dozen—just arrived. Sample
oxfords and straps for wom
en. 3^, 4, 4J. $1.98 as long as
they last. A. V. Wray ti 6
~WANTED, TWO HIGH CLASS
salesmen of good personality and
neat appearance to travel South
eastern territory representing a
well known, reliable organization of
National prominence. Men consider
ed for this position must be able to
write legibly and .talk intelligently
to all classes of people. Promotions
are rapid to those who .qualify and
will apply' themselves. Our work is
pleasant as well as profitable and
offers unusual opportunities. See Mr.
Batson at 302 S. LaFayette street to
night between the hours of 7 and 9
MARK YOUR CLOTHES WITH
a rubber stamp and indelible Ink
One line stamp pad for $1.35 at The
Star office. Just the Thing for stu
dents and teachers going away to
school. 4t 2p
FOR RENT: MODERN SEVEN
room house, water, heat and lights,
on South Washington, formerly oc
cupied by J. Q. Earls Close to
Square. B. T. Fals. at 3c
SHELBY CITY SCHOOLS, SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENT.'
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1931
Supt. and Teachers Salaries
Per Capita ...... ....._
Ad Valorem Taxes .
Foil Taxes ____
City School Bonds (Contra*
State Equalization .
Slater Fund .. .
Tuition ...... .
Miscellaneous .... .... ....
Total All Current Capita.
Funds Expense Outlay
* 57.i54.01 t 57,454.01 *
12.454.40 6.458.80 2.000 00
Cash Balancas 7-1-30
$138,253.95 $106,608.03 *2,522.66
General Control 5,208.40 5,208.40
Instructional Service. 87,085.74
Operation of Schools _ 7.738.76
Maintenance of School ..... 81811
Fixed Charges ...... ......... 1,513.67
Auxiliary Agencies .... __ 530.76
Buildings <fc Grounds (Old) .. 1,380.28
Special Bldg. & Liter. Funds. 2.712.50
City School Bonds (Contra).. 24.860.00
Temporary Leans <$• Int. . 1,550.75
1 380 28
3 985 74 i
Cash Balances 6-30-31
Balancing Totals-... .$138,233.95 $106,808.03 $2,522.67 $29,123.25
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES JUNE 30, 1931
Total All Current
Treasurer s Balances $ 3,712,59 * 3.712.59 *
Uncollected Taxes (Less Res. for Doub. » 5,494.62 5.494 62
Land -- ---- . . 58,500.00
Buildings ... 209,530.50
Equipment ..... ......... 53,592.53
Staking Fund Requirements (Contra) . 24,389.89
Operating Deficit.. ..... .. 16,265.79 16.265.79
Capital Deficit .. _... 26,876.97
Total Assets and Deficit
$399,362.89 $25,473.00 4373,869.89
Notes Payable ........... .....i....
For Buildings .
For Literary Fund .................
For Buildings ........ .._ 277,000.00
Funding Bonds .... 58,000.00
Reserve for Staking Fund (Contra. 24,389.89
Total Liabilities As Reserve
$399,332.89 $25,473.00 $373,889.8
* AUDITOR S CERTIFICATE
We have audited the accounts of the Shelby City Schools, Shelby, N.
C-, for the twelve months ended June 30, 1931, and certify that, In our
opinion, the above condensed Balance Sheet and condensed Statement
of Operations are correct. A detailed report has been filed with the City
The condition of the Budget showing a balance of unexpended appro
Just Ten Years
(From Issue of The Star Sepf. 2,
The seventy-first annual meeting
of the Kings Mountain Baptist as
sociation will be held with Bethle
hem Baptist church between Grover
and Kings Mountain on September
7, 8 and 9 and elaborate plans art
being made by the people of that
community, regardless of denomina
tional affiliation, to entertain the
several hundred visitors and dele
gates that will attend
Honoring her niece. Miss Edith
Hoyle, one of Shelby's moet attrac
tive brides of the fall season, Mrs.
Oeo. Hoyle entertained most charm
ingly last Friday morning at the
home of her sister, Mrs. John Mc
Clurd^on West Graham street
Interesting a wide circle of friends
throughout the county and state is
the marriage of Miss Lucile Greene
of Mooresboro and Mr. Bynum E,
Weathers of this place, which hap
py event took place Wednesday at
high noon at the First Bapttst
church parsonage In Shelby, the
vows which made them man and
wife were spoken before Rev. J. M.
Kester, pastor of the groom, in the
presence of only a few intimate
Miss Marie Self and Mr. Walter
Dixon were happily married Thurs
day afternoon at 3 o’clock at the
home of the bride's father, Mr. W.
P. Self at Belwood, the ceremony
being performed by Rev. Dwight W.
Brown In the presence of only a
Another charming pie-nuptial
event in honor of Miss Marie Line
berger whose wedding will take
place next week was the lovely
party given by her aunt, Mrs. Olin
Hamrick and her attractive daugh
ter, Miss Virginia at their home on
South LaPayette street yesterday
afternoon from 4:30 to 6 o’clock
Egrypt Proposes A
Washington, Aug. 31.—Egypt's
formal proposal for an internation
al conference to discuss the world
’cotton depression was laid by the
State Department today before the
interested Federal agencies for their
Salesman—An anniversary pres
ent for your wife, you say? How
about these bronze book ends?
Henpeck—No! She might throw
them at me.
BATCH OF NEWS
Mr*. Withrow Entertain*. Dr. Wood
And vyife Return to Maxton.
Case Scarlet Fever.
• Special to The Star.)
Zion. Sept 1 —Mrs. Orady Wlfion
entertained her class *ot primary
boys at her home Saturday p. tn
Games were played, after which Ice
cream and watermelon were served.
All enjoyed the occasion very much.
Mr. Frank Sunmons of Paris,
Texas and Attorney Lawrence Sim
mons of Rocky Mt.. are visiting their
parents Mr. and Mrs. O H. Sim
miss MHiy moods nas returnee 10
her home in Erwin, Tenn., alter vis
iting friends and relatives in the
community for several weeks.
Sorry little Mis* Pauline Gold ha*
scarlet fever. Hope she will soon be
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Clark have
returned to their home in Lawrence
ville. Oa, after visiting friends in
Mr. Coleman Blanton is building
a cotton gin near his home
Messrs Allen and James Wilson
leave this week for Boiling Springs
Little Miss Golda Spangler visited
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs T P.
Cabaniss last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Spake, Mr,
and Mrs. Hubert Long ^nd little
daughter of Shelby, and Mrs P. P
Gold were dinner guests Wednesday
of Mrs. Ellen Wilson and family.
Mrs. Spake and Mrs Gold are sis
ters- of Mrs. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cornwell and
family were the dinner guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spangler
Mr. and Mrs Plato Grlgg of
Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs G. T.
Cabaniss last Thursday.
Misses Sara Hamrick and Mable
Jones of Lattimore, spent several
days last week with Mrs. Beatrice
Miss Rebecca Austell of Earl was
the week end guest of Miss Ruth
Dr. and Mrs A B Wood of Mu
ton were dinner guests Friday of
Mrs. Ellen-Wilson and Miss Josie
Miss Jane Irvin viMted in Gas
tonia last week.
Misses Ethy Armstrong, **ille
Weathers, Vertie* Champion and
Della Powell of Union spent the
week end with Miss Lyda Poston.
Mrs. M. M. Mauney of Union vis
Ited her daughter Mrs. W L. Sim
Prof. John A. Cornwell attended
services at the First Baptist church
at Shelby Sunday going dow-n to
hear Dr. Kitchen, president of Wake
prlations of $96.77 at the close of the year reflects not only the economy
In operations but the accuracy of the preparation of the Budget.
GEORGE B SCOTT * COMPANY-Per W A Richard.
Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 29, 1931.
Mr, and Mrs Pleas Cabamss vis-1
tted in the New House community i
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Putnam
visited Mrs. Putnarti's mother. Mr*.
J. L. McSwaln of the Double Springs
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Wood have re
turned to their home In Maxton
after spending their vacation with
friends and relatives In this com
munity. Dr. Wood Is pastor of the
First Baptist church of Maxton.
Mr. Durwood Simmona of Spencer
visited prlends in the community
Little Miss Margaret Cline of New
Prospect was a visitor in Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Orlgg of the
Sharon community were dinner
guests Sunday of Mrs. Origgs par
ent*. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Oold I
By virtu* ol * decree of the Superior
Court of Cleveland county, N C„ made In
* Special Proceeding entitled. "Yales
Brooks, administrator of Samuel Brook*,
deceased Petitioner, vs.' Rachel Hum
phrles, widow, el al." I, as commissioner,
will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder al the court house door In the
town of Shelby, N. c, on
Monday, October Sib. IPS!
at 13 o clock M . the following described
real estate, situate in No 7 township
Cleveland county, N. C, known aa the
Samuel Brooks farm, and described ,v
Pirst Tract: Beginning at a’slon.i near
a Whitt Oak, John Walker's cornr . and
runa thence with hla line N. g;, jo p
HdS feet to a stake, Uts corner, thence
with hla line N. 11 E SC5 feet to a sassa
fras mow down i Walker's corner and
* “ne, thence with Price line s
sa-aot*. IMS feet to a stake, hts corner,
thence with his line N- 33-4(1 I. last feel
to a stake, Me corner; thence with hu
line and Bridges' line N. 40-37 »; m feet
l? ? stake tn the old road bed, Mrs. Ks
chel Humphries' corner; thence with her
line end the center of the old road bed
^, •"** W. 313 feel to a stake on the west
edge at the present road; thenoe with tht
edge of the said road and with the center
of the old road 8 IB-38 west 8S3.S fsei
to a stake In the center of the old road
and 111 front oi Samuel Brooks' residence,
thenoe with Mrs. Humphries line 8. li-io
E. 1138 feet to a stake tn the south edge
of the Ellenboro road, a new corner;
thence with the edge of said road b
84-34 W. 474 feet to a stake In the south
edge of the eald road, a new corner
thence a new line N. 83-10 W. MO feet to
a stake, a new corner, thence a new line
8 43-44 west 834 feet to a atake In the
•»*«*. * »*w corner, thence a new line
8. 87-30 Vt\ crossing the creek 379 teet to
a dead poplar on the south side of the
branch; thence with the said branch as
It meanders the following calls S 38-0#
W 113 feet, a 40-44 W 147 feet to o
stake In the branch and in John Walker s
Hne thence with the said line K. 33-60
W 7B1 feet to the beginning, containing
43 7 acres. *
Second Tract. Beginning at a etonc,
Roy Padgett's edrner In John Walker's
„ »“d * hence with eald line h.
31-30 W. 775.4 feet to a stone Walker'%
corner; thence with his line N. 81-30 W
?c!0 10 * stake on the north sloe of
the Ellenboro road. Walker* corner
thence with hi* line N. 33-40 W. 78 feet to
* *™ *n the branch, a corner of lot No
1 of this dlvltlon; thenoe with the lines
of the said lot, and with the branch as it
meanders the following calls: N. 40-4S K
147 feet. 14. 38-04 E. 113 feet to a dead
poplar on the south bank of the branch
w lol„ *°- '• thence with line oi
*1'“ >ot 87-30 E. crossing the creek
179 feet to a atake In another brand,
thence with line of eald lot N. 43-46 r
834 feet to a stake, corner of said lot
thence with line of tame S 83-10 X. Mo
feet to a stake In the couth edge of Ki
lenboro road, corner of lot No. 1. thence
With edge of said road and line ol said
lot. N. 84-38 X 474 feet to a stake In the
edge of eald road and in Mrs. Rachel
Humphries' line;, thence with her line s.
11-10 x. 704 feet to a Make, her eorner
ne. «y lln*' u,*nce *“•> »»l*
line B. 68-10 W 1840 feet to the begin
ning. containing 48.M acres.
Ths foregoing property will be offered
in separate tracts and then as a whole
price*01*1 ,n *h* Wty U brln»* me highest
Terms of Bale: One-8hird n-3> cssh on
day of tale; balance in tirelve manUi
with proper interact. Poaaesaion given
January let, 1033.
ThU Auguat 2»th, JMi.
YAT18 BROOKS CommUciontr.
Ryburn Ac Hoty, Attys. 4t Sept 3c
The best line of
batteries that you
can find anywhere.
Ttrw • Biftwim » Brake Iinl»|
C. C. TILLMAN, Prop.
N. LaFayette St. Phone 804-.J
SHELBY. N. C.
Try Star Want Ads.
TOOTS AND CASPER
Keeping The Cat In The Bag.
WOM T You
LOVE IT ?
y TO ELOPE
I YE 40T THE 4lf5t, AND SHES
THE SWEETEST 4lRL Hsi THE
WORLD,TOO! IT WONT BE
LON6- UNTIL WE’RE MARRIED*,
Mabel, and we-ul furnish
A COZY LITTLE HOME 1
WELL BE AS HAPPT A=»
r I DREAD
fTHE DAY WE
" NEVER 9P6Ak
To EITHER 0»
, 'TUE MO^E,
rr 5> a Lucky thin4
FOR ME THE ROMANCE
BETWEEN MABEL AND
DANNY BUSTED UP, TOOTS,)
ITS HORRIBLE TO EVEN
think.That ip those
two 4oT MARRIED
IT WOULD MAKE
OF MINE l
<jEE, I FORGOT *TO TAWE OFT MY
EN&A6EMENT Rii^ » WHAT »F CASPER
HAD 6BEH IT ? THE CAT WOULD BE.
OUT OF THE BA4 FOP. FAIRVD BETTER
9TART PACVIN6 MY THINGS! DANNY
^he one -TM>n4
IM THE WORLD
WANT l«p TO BE
A relative of
AND rTS MUTUAL
WITH the LATTER.
hear OF THE
We can hardly1
WAIT FOR THE
PAY TO COME!
A Long Count For Casper.
I'LL BET You VE V MAB81_I'M SURPRISED!
^OT AN AWFUL
9 HAVEN'T YOU?
ALL YXJ HAVE TO DO
IS <*AZE AT MY
SMIUN6 pace TO
SEE THAT AN&EU.
HAS NO PLACE >N
YbU CANT MlY
I WNOW "ftXfPE ^
t A 4oin6,80T
1 \MA&)NE YOU
CAN FLV OFF OF |
THE HANDLE IF
YOUP PATH )<&
I ALWAYS ■START Count
ing WHEN I GET map and
I usually cool of
“THE TIME I
37 'WHEW »
I'M AFRAID CASPER WILL.
wave to count up to a million
WHEN HE HEARS l*M MARRIED
TO DANNY hoofer NEXT
"TUESDAY 1 I NnOW HE LL BE
FURIOUS: WELL, I'VE <j-CPT TO
A.UN IINVC Ml
, CAM 9MEAW OUT
I TO ELOPE.
HOW TO 4ET MV
THMt* OUT OF "THE
yA Me mow.
0E MY FR'END
BUY ) DON'T
Wany him Fob
1 HOPE IU
THANK HEAVEN FANNY'S
Romance with KUBEL
IK OFF- AND THE P059l8>llTf
OF ME BECOMING A
relative of Casper's
l<5» OVER! \WHAT a