Cherokee Girl To .
Get Chicago Trip
< Gaffney Ledger.)
Mias French McKown, of the Mc
Kown's Mountain community, will
be one of seven South Carolina girls
and boys representing this state at
the national 4-H club conference in
Chicago the first week in December.
Miss McKown won thle honor by a
canning exhibit at the state fair in
Columbia this week. She was one of
the honor guests at the annual din
ner for 4-H winners in Columbia
Miss McKown's price-winning ex
hibit consisted of thrfe quarts of
vegetables, three quarts ol fruits,
one quart of canned meat, and one
Jar of relish, all in glass containers
Miss McKown will leave on the
Chicago trip the latter part ol No
vember. The trip will be without
cost of Iter, ns her expenses will be
paid by an organization sponsoring
Miss Ellzabteh Willinms, county
home demonstration agent, who ac
companied Miss McKown to Colum
bia Wednesday and returned with her
Thursday afternoon, said she is
’■ery proud of the record made by
the McKown's mountain girl. She is
a daughter of the late E. L. Mc
Kown and Mrs. Bessie McKown.
and is a graduate of the Gaffney
high school .having received her dip
loma last June,
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Just Ten Years
i From Issue of The Star October
Monroe worked the old shoe
string play on Shelby successfully
Friday and took the lead ou the
first play of the name, winning
eventually by a score of 24 to 0, and
thereby eliminating Shelby from a
chance at the western football
championship, This was Shelby's
test defeat this season.
A doctrine of enduring friend
ship between the United States and
Great Britain was pronounced by
President Harding Wednesday at
Yorktown at a ceremony commem
orating the final surrender of the
British expeditionary forces here to
the revolutionary army of Wash
At a meeting of the committee on
plans of management, etc., -of the
proposed new hospital, It was de
cided that the institution should be
a public Institution where all doc
tors have the privilege of going to
and from at will for the practice
of their profession, a competent *ur
geon of course to do the surgery.
Mrs. DeWitt Quinn ms a charm
ing hostess to the members of the
Ishpening club and a few Invited
guests on last Saturday afternoon
at the first social meeting of the
Miss Ob Borders, the Attractive
young daughter of Mr .and Mm.
John Borders, keeper of (lie county
home and Mr. Clyde Gold of the
Double Shoals section stole a sur
prise or. their many friends and
were quietly married on last Sat
urday afternoon In Shelby at four
o'clock at the home of Rev, John
W. Buttle who officiated.
John Lee Ellis, native cf Cleve
land county, who for a number of
years ran a bicycle shop here which
he sold to I1I3 brother. Sam pills,
was instantly killed Saturday at An
derson, S. C,, when he wa*» run
down by a heavy truck at a tfifCet
Mill Supply Men
Meet At Spartanburg
The Draper corporation Is holding
their fall meeting of managers of
supply deportments and various
other representatives of Southern
mills at their Spartanburg ware
house starting Monday. October 26
and iasgpg through Saturday Oc
tober 31. The warehouse will be open
from £:30 a, m. nni.il 5 p. in. each
There will be on di play a large
number cf loom repair parts illus
trating the very latest improve
ment on the loom, as well Sis vari
ous other loom attachments and
supplies. There will also be on dis
play an "X” model loom running at
IPO picks per minute. The Draper
corporation "cordially Invites all
mill officials to call and see this
loom in operation.
Lunch will' be served at 13 :30 p.
m. each day, and the Draper cor
poration will be very glad to have
their guest,v come m the morning
rnd stay for lunch, or If certain
representatives have mad- their
pirns to come to the meeting Ur
the afternoon, the Draper corpor
ation will b^ ve-y glad if they will
come early enough to have lunch.
Last year, there was a total at
tendance for the week of abou: 250
representatives, however, trom all
indications this year, (here will be
a much larger attendance.
B .' virtue of the power of talc contain
■ i. .t a Ml o£ trust executed by wu M
Robyns anti wife on June UUi. vum, to
me as tiuate* securing an indebtedness
to the Shelby Building and loan Asm
ctatioti, and default haring been made In
the p.yinent thereby secured. 1, at true
lac. will tell for cash to the lilghett bid
der at pupils auction at tha court house
door In Shelby. N C-. on
Saturday. November T. IStSl.
at 13 o'clock SI, tho following described
Beg.lining at a ttalce lu tho south edge
of the old Kings Mountain road tn Mrs.
Hubert.-;' line, ar.d runs theoce with edge
of said road north 70-04 west SO feet to a
stake, a haw corner, thence a new line
south 33-34 east 538.* feet to n stake lr
t*M Jeniiln^s-l ackey line. a corner,
thence with .said line north 5*10. 88 teet
to u stubs. Mrs Roberts' corner, thence
» ii her line north IS-.VJ west 508 teet to
the beginning, containing one acre more
i -• tess.
Purchaser will buy subject to any ct
isling unpaid tunes.
Tins October 3rd 1931
CLYDE R. 1I03Y. Trustee
x 4t Oct 5c
N'OTICL OF SVMMUNS SND VVARItAN 1
State of North Carolina, County of
In the Superior Court, Before the Clerk.
The delendtnt above-named will take
notice that a summons In the above cu
titled action was issued against said de
fendant on the 15th day of October. 1931
bv the clerk of the superior court of
Cleveland county. North Carolina lor the
sum of 81.307.93 with Interest thereon
from the 19th day of May. 1934. uniil
paid, due by note, which eummons ts re*
tamable before the clerk of the superior
court of said county. North Carolina, mi
the l«th day of November. 1931, The de
fendant will also take notice that a war
rant of attachment was Issued by aald
clerk superior court, at the time of the
issue of the summons In said action
against the persona! prop-rtv of said de
fendant, which warrant is returnable be
fore said Clerk, at the time and rlaec
above named for the return of the sum
mons. whan and where the defendant i:
required to appear end answer or de
mur to tho complaint, or the relief de
mended will be granted
This the 15th day ol October 1931
A, M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superb,!
Court, Clevelend Countv
Quinn, Hamrick A Harris Si Oct r
Highs Play Rutherto rdton Eleven
Here Thursday; Lipscomb Is Star
Game Moved Up One Day. Should Be Hard*
est Home Game Of Year For Morrismen.
Visitors Ooped To Have Strongest Team.
The Shelby Highs are booked to play their hardest
home game of the season here this week when they meet
the strong Rutherfordton eleven on Thursday afternoon at
the city park.
Fans should note the change of!
the day for the game. It was ori-i
glnally scheduled for Friday after- j
noon, but was changed so that;
Shelby teachers might attend a j
district educational meeting In
Chance To I.ose
If the Shelby eleven can lyuet:
the dope and win Thursday's game l
the team has a good chance of go-!
lag through the season without a |
lcs;i at Central high park.
The record of the two elevens so
far this year indicate, however, that!
the v hi tors are a bit stronger. This:
edge is due to the stronger scoring ;
punch of the Frew squad. Shelby
has one of the best defensive ele
vens In this section, but is weak or.
The Kutlierfordton attack, it is
believed, will be centered about I
"Nig" Lipscomb. There Is little need, j
It seems, to explain here who ‘ Nig"
Lipscomb is. He is the lanky, fleet
footed athlete who played baseball
last summer for the Cleveland Cloth
mill club. He is not only a great
baseball player but an outstanding
gridder. Those who have seen him !
In action consider him the best all
around prospective athlete in North
Carolina high school circles. Long
arid rangy and unusually fast, lie Is
sold to be a clever halfback, adept
at catching passes as well as toss
But Lipscomb lacks* quite a tots
of being the w'hole show on the
Rutherford eleven. He plays behind
a heavy, hard-charging line and has
three husky pais to assist him in
the backfield. The Rutherfordton
eleven is said to be the best coach
ed and smartest eleven turned out
there in years.
In other words, there doesn't
. cent much else for Shelby’s black
Jerseyed young ters to do but lose.
Yet the boys have other ideas.about
it. They’re taken it on the chin
three times this year front stronger
elevens, and they're fed up on It.
What's mefe they desire to maintain
their record of winning home games.
If the offense can be worked up to
the point that it will function as;
does the defense, led by Capt. Max
Putnam and “Red” Jolly, the out-j
! come may be surprising.
Coach Casey Morris wasn't at nil
pleased over the showing of hts
backfield in the Gastonia game end
t here may bo new faces fci the ball
toting department when the open
ing whistle blows Thursday.
Anyway, end as it may, it should j
be the best high school game local
fans will be permitted to see hi'
their own backyard this season. j
Forest City Dogs
Take Many Honors
In State Contests;
All Healing Springs.—Wuli elec-;
tlon of officers and the annual
bench show out of the way, mem
bers of the North Carolina Fox
Hunters association Friday devoted j
thetr attention to the last big event
of the annual field trials—the cast ’
for all age dogs. ^ |
Frank L. Page, of Greensboro, w»
elected president of the us.-ociatloi
and R. 3. Ballard of Greensboro wasi
named vice-president. Charles Eng-]
land, of Raleigh, state game war-:
den. addressed the convention.
Winners In the bench show were
announced as follow
Royal Champ, owned by J. J. j
Lawson, of Durham, champion
Aunt Het. belonging to Rots Ales-!
aader, of Statesville, champion fe-j
Derby dogs—First. Black Harry 1
owned by J. A. Black, Charlotte, j
second, Joe Bramham, of the Gol
[ den Valley Kennels, Forest City:!
i third, 8am. another of Black's dogt: j
j fourth, Deal's King, Fred Deal, L?
Derby bitches—Mary Green. Gol
den Valley: second, Mauc) Eaktr.
Golden Valley; third, Ada Sununci,
Golden Valley; fourth, Miss Speak
er, E. W. Eiger, Concord.
All-age dogs—Royal Champ's
Josh, owned by J. A. Rors. of Dur-;
ham; second. Ruling Chief, Golden
Valley; third. Long Hunter, Golden!
Valley: fourth. Big Boy, Dr. W. fO
Whittington. ” t ‘
AU-age britches—Red Het. Ross
Alexander. Statesville; second. Fan-1
ny, J. J. Lawson, Durham: third.!
Hannali, H. L. Mays. Taylorsville;]
fourth. Lady Astor, Golden Valley !
Best couple-—Royal Champ’s Josh
and Harrell Stide, J. J. Lawson; sec
ond, Ruling Chief and Alexander
the Qreat. Valley; third, Long
Hunter and Joe Bramham, Golden
Valley; fourth, Hannah and Ben
Wilson, H. L. Mays of Lenoir.
Best two couples. Ruling Chief,
Alexander the Great, Long Hunter
In Final Half;
Ga-lonia Enable To Score In First
Half. Locals Hold Big Eleven
To 13 Voints.
A fighting Shelby football
eleven mi just as good as Its
opposition for one half Friday,
but weakened before an on- ,
slaught hi the final periods and
lost a hard-fought game 13 to 0.
As it was the play of the Shelby j
eleven In holding; Gastonia to two:
touchdowns was surprising to Gas
tonia fans as Coach Jan Janku It!
this year Iras one of the strongest
grid outfits Gastonia has boast'd,
in years. The Gastonia eleven de-j
featecl Asheville and Monroe by thei
same scores it did Shelby.
Good For Half.
As lias been predicted, the. Shelby
eleven played on practically even
terms With Gastonia for the first
half. When scores threatened the
Shelby line, hacked up by the bril
liant play of Capt. Max Putnam at
fullback, would not budge. Through
the first quarter it held and held.
Again in tlie second quarter the.)
Shelby team gamely threw off pi!;
attempts to score.
In the third quarter, however, I
the Shelby line was wearied down
and reserves were few. The Gas- (
tonia charges, led by Artie Smith 1
husky fullback, began to crash!
through. Despite this terrific plung-i
mg the first Gastonia score, In the
third quarter, was made by the j
aerial route, a long and accurate
pass from Smith to Bullard. That !
ended the scoring in the third. In
the final quarter Shelby crumbled;
under the attack, but bucked up,
and held for downs. A tough break*
at this Juncture gave Gastonia
another score. Connor dropped the]
forced punt and Gastonia pounced;
upon it at the 20-yard line and!
maintained a drive to carry it over.;
Despite the defeat Gastonia fans
termed the Shelby eleven one of
tlie toughest, particularly on the
defense, met by the Jankoski team
Capt. Putnam’s play backing up
the line and running interference
Was superb. He played one of the
greatest games of his career and
from a . defensive standpoint, if he
continues his aggressive tactics,
may rank among Shelby’s famous
backs. In the center of the lin'
•‘Red’’ Jolly played an Inspired
game and boosted hLs reputation as
the best high school center in th
state. Moore, on an end, was good
at snagging passes. Huffman punted
well but along with the other backs
could not get going othefwlse.
Former Grid Stars
At Davidson To Go j
To California Game ;
Davidson, Oct. 20—Jack Black |
now of Greenville, 8. C., and Buck!
Flowers, of Atlanta, Ga.. former
football stars for the Davidson col
lege Wildcats and frequent official
at major Southern conference foot
ball games lit the south, have been
chosen to accompany the Univer >
slty of Georgia team to California j
in December and act as officials!
when it meets the Southern Cali
fornia eleven, according to Informa
tion which has been received hero.
Black, a native of the town ot
Davidson, played his alloted years
with the Davidson team, and many
followers who have watched David
son in action for two decade? or
mure would place him on the all
time all-star backfield for the Pres
byterians. Buck Flowers entered
Davidson from Sumter, S. C.. back
in the days when football rules did
not prevent a transfer from one
Institution to another. He went to
Georgia Tech afterward and made
all-Southern. The memory of his
playing lingers on, not only In the
minds of Tech alumni, but in th3
minds of thousands In the south.
Court Settled Him.
One day two lawyers who were
pleading a case became very angry
and one of them said:
"That attorney is the Uglies and j
meanest lawyer In the country.” i
"You forget yourself, you forget t
yourself. Mr. Smith,” said the court. I
and Joe Brambam.
A. 8. Seabrook. ot Charleston. S
C., won the annual horn blowing
contest. Carl Smith of Rockingham
was second and J P Teach of Lit
tleton was third
Upper nUture, believed to be that
of Hedwig Samueison. one of the
two women whose mutilated bodies
were found in trunks in the bag
gage room of the Southern Pacific
railroad station in Los Angeles, was
discovered among the ghastly re
mains of one of the victims. The
trunks were shipped from Phoeni t
Ari/., and their gruesome contents
were revealed by a peculiar odoi
The other victim is believed to be
Airs. Agnes Anne l^roi, x-ray tech-j
nlcian of the Grunow Memorial
clinic in Phoenix. Lower photo is
believed to be of her
The Best ©f
By K. S. COPELAND, M. D.f
L. S. Senator from Now York.
Former Commissioner of health,
hew York City.
Frequently the doctor ;•
confronted with the problem of
advising his patient about the
most beneficial forma of eaemse.
Since exercise is universally vecog.
to good health,
For the indi
v i d u a 1 whose
tion, we need
not worry about
tlie matter. He
is more inter
ested in having
rest and relaxa
tion, when work
However, there are many per
sons whose work is of a sedentary
nature. These individual find
they grow oldef they are
flabby,” have no “pep.” no
energy. They are apt to complain
of various digestive disorders.
In most of these cases exercise is
prescribed. It is essential to a re
turn to good health. It is advised
that the exercise be outdoors and,
when possible, in the sunlight.
Golf is. perhaps, the most fra
quently advised form of exercise.
Unfortunately, though U is an ideal
game, enabling one to be outdoors
and in the sun. It is an expensive
form of recreation. Tennis, horse
back riding, swimming and other
sports often fall into the same clas
I SHC-ure tdr ftestHaswifei-1
There is one form of exercise
which everyone can afford. I can
think of nothing better than walking.
It can be practiced by the old aa
well as the young. No equipment
beyond your legs and the willingness
to walk is needed for this healthful
The popularity of the Automobile
has greatly discouraged walking.
This is unfortunate. Even though
you have a tine car or two. do not
overlook the health value of an oc
Walking clubs, which were very
popular at one time, have now
almost disappeared. I do hope that
these organisations will be revived.
They are common in Europe and
should be in America.
Maks it your practice to walk at
least one mile every day. When tht
weather permits, walk to work In
the morning. Your day will be more
satisfactory and your work less
Walking is sure to Improve your
health. Your appetite will be stimu
lated. Your food will be digested
with greater ease.
Walking Is a great cure for rest
lessness and insomnia. Sleep la im
proved and the general health is
| Answers to Health Queries f
3. A. Q.—What do you advise for
swollen and red eyelids?
A —Try using 1 per cent yellow
oxide of mercury ointment
EDDIE N. Q—What Is good for
a Up that hangs over?
A.—Consult a plastic surgeon for
OS'. 0;t.' 1« 1 *•«
Miss Pritchard, 72,
Dies At Lawndale;
Other News Events
Had Been .’Making Home With
Nierc, Mrs. Guin. M*. Schenck
(Special to Tlie Star.) i
Lawndale. Oct. 20.—Miss Jan^
Pritchard died Sunday evening, Oc
tober 18, at the home of her niece,
Mrs. Harvey Guin, at the age of 72
years. She had been in ill health for
sometime. Funeral services were
conducted this afternoon at Lawn
dale Union church by Rev. J. M
Devenney. The body was carried to
New Bethel church for interment.
Mrs. Seth Ganey of Cherryville
is visiting her brother, Mr. R. H
Mr. Enis Cordelle of Groveton.
Georgia, spent the week-end with
his sister. Mrs. Will Blanton.
Dr. George Williams of Lincoln.
Nebraska, is visiting relatives here
Miss Mildred Boyles spent the
week-end in Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eaker and
family attended a birthday dinner
at Mrs. Jno Newton in Shelby, Sun
Kev. and Mrs. E. E. Snow were
dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Wea
Miss Sara Lattlmore spent th;
week-end with her brother, Mr.
Bruce Lattlmore at Polkville.
Mrs. Rebecca Eaker of Maiden is
visiting her son, Mr. John Eaker.
Little Miss Edith Bums Latti
more of Polkville is spending this
week with her aunt, Mrs. H. R.
Mr. John F. Schenck, cr., spent a
few days last week in Louisville,
Ky., on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Chelly McNeilly,
Mrs. Lou Bowman, Miss Grace and
Miss Annie Lou Bowman spent
Sunday in Spindale.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bowman and
family spent Sunday with Mr. Joe
Pearson at Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. Char. Sweezy of
Shelby spent the week-end with
Mrs. Rosie Neal.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hord and
Mr. Herschel Hord spent Sunday ,'n
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bowman and
family spent Sunday with Mr. Joe
Pearson at Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Lee and fam
ily, Miss Edna Earl Lee and Miss
Marie Howe of Shelby spent the
week-end with Miss Mary Ellen
Mrs. D. W. Jones of Shelby. Is
visiting her son, Mr. J. R. Jones.
Taking No Chances.
A stranger asked for a ticket to
Buffalo, handing in a *20 bill.
“Change at Albany,” the clerk
“None of that now,’ replied the
stranger, "Oi want me change right
Toluca And Knub
Largo Crowd Hears Woman Evan
gelist. Christian Endeavor Meets
With Miss Costner.
(Special to The Star.)
Toluca. Oct. 24.—The Christian
Endeavor society of Hebron church
met with Miss Ruth Costner last
Thursday evening and enjoyed a
social. Among those present were
Misses Vaunetta and Maggie Boyles
Eloise and Eva Parker. Lillian and
Fannie MojteBa, Elob,-? Hartman,
Ilene Bingham,. Pansy Blanton and
Corcne Hoyle. Messrs Burgap Cost
ner, Dixon Smith, Wayne Carpen
ter, Leslie Seagle, Clyde Blanton,
Charles Robertson, Bernard Linge
feldt, Otto Boyles, Marshal Hoyle.
Coren and Irvin Willis, Mauney
Willis and Droyte Sain. Many in
teresting games were, played at ter
which refreshments were served
consisting of cake and lemonade.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carpenter
and daughters Misses Callie and
Sallie and Mr, and Mrs. Howard
Sain motored to the home of Mrs.
Ollie Bridges near Baltimore on last
Sunday to a birthday dinner in
honor of Mrs. Bridges’ 76 birthday.
Miss Corene Hoyle spent Saturday
night with Miss Hdith Ledford.
Misses Vaunetta Boyles and Ruth
Costner spent the week end with
Miss Ruth Morgan of Fallston. '
Miss Gertrude Scdsm of Cherry
ville spent last Sunday night with
Mrs. Texie Boyles.
Miss Pauline Davis of Rockdale
spent the past week with her uncle
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Boy
Miss Louisa Costner spent Fri
day night with her sister Mrs. The
odora Boyles of Lincoln county.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Boyles of
Lincoln county spent last Thursday
night with her father Mr. A. C.
Mrs. Max Cline and daughter
Miss Madge Cline of near Newton
spent Wednesday with her mother
Mrs. M. J. Carpenter at the home
of Mr. J. G. Carpenter.
Several from Carpenters Grove
Baptist church have been attending
the associational training class at
Shelby the past week.
Mrs. C. C. Falls will teach the
course at the Grove at an early
A very large crowd was present
on Sunday at St. Peters to hear
Miss Dora Willis, she is improving
greatly In her preaching.
Mrs. S. T. Carpenter and daugh
ter Miss Ima. were Shelby shop
pers on last Friday.
Mr. S. n. Sain who has been sick
for some time is some better at
this writing. ■'>.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Mull of
Charlotte spent the week end with
their mother Mrs. D. M. Mull.
George Bernard Shaw Attack# Tin
piers Who Brink To Obtain
London.—Bootlegging in the thin’
ed States results in the corruptioi
of police and law courts, but Ui«
is no reason for doing away wnl
prohibition, George Bernard Sha>
told the World Prohibition Federa
He attacked tipplers who utili/.
the glass to obtain jollity or com
age, saying he would feel ashaim-t
if he had to resort to such inca
ure». And lie accused Gilbert Cbt -
terton of being a "secret teetotal#;
because Mr. Chesterton “is so ver
loud" in singing tlic praises of wihe
The direct results of prohibition
in the United States have been
•'eminently successful in every way
Mr. Shaw said, "but some of th
indirect results arc very curious.
“There’s an industry called boot
legging in America, and its profits
are so large that the people who
ronduct it have immense sums fo
the corruption of justice.
There is a very f urious result, bu.
it ts not a reason for going back on
prohibition. Rather is it a reason
for the reorganization of law arid
In Soviet Russia, he said, the
bootlegger or gangster would last
about ten minutes. "Over there they
deal with profiteers Just as they
would with gangsters. One day the
profiteer disappears and his rela
tives are informed that he worn
The way to cure drunkenness, G
B. S. continued, is to "make the
common man not want to drink.”
- “I believe a greater proportion of
the people of this country are not
only ashamed of drinking but
actually are proud of it.
"What we ought to teach people
is not that drink does harm or
good or gives them courage 01
makes them Jolly, but that it is in
the last degree disgraceful that s
man must have a drink to screw
up his courage or to become Jolly.’
Tar Heel To Roller
Skate Around World
Wilmington.—Jack Hyland, of
Wilson, who roller skated to the
American Legion convention in De
troit, has announced that he will
use the same method of propul
sion for a trip around the world
which* is to start here in a few days.
He said he would go to New York
and then travel westward through
Texas, California, the Philippines
and on around, using his skates
I wherever there is pavement
walking where there is none.
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