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Pleasant Hil! |
L'oltl Weather Brings ling Killing
lime. Mrs. Cliff Lowery
(Special to The Star.)
Pleasant Hill. Dec. 3.—Mr. and
Mrs. W. VV. Francis and sous Har-j
old and Jack ol Charlotte spent
rismksgivlng with their parents Mfj
't ti Mrs. R. B. Francis and Mr. and
Mrs, C. E. Camp. Harold remained j
until Sunday suing home wi!h« his
uncle Mr. Max Francis and family j
of Charlotte, who were visitors here
and in Shelby over the week end.
Mr- and Mrs. H. Q. Kendrick had
■»s their dinner guests Thanksgiving
.ay Mr. and Mrs. L. I Kendrick ol
Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. J Y. Kendrick
Pti several other relatives
Mr. Roland Gantt of Mars Hill
lollegp spent the week end with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gantt.
Mrs. Cliff Lowery who was tick
: t our last writing is able to be up
Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Roberts had
as their dinner guests Sunday Mr.
Wells Lowery and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Roberts of Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gantt and
son Roland. Mr. and Mrs. Cellus
Gantt and baby attended the funer
al of Mr. Gantt's sister Mrs. B. F
Spake at Elizabeth church Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowery and
children and Mrs. W. B. Lowery,
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Guffey and
daughters spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr and Mrs. Tom Lowery
Mr and Mrs. H. Q Kendrick and
children, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dill
ingham visited Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Lowery Sunday afternoon.
The people of this community are
waiting for a cold spell to kill their
hogs. There are several unusually
fine hogs to be butchered before
Several of the young people of
tnis community attended the show
given at the No, 3 school building
Monday and Tuesday night.
Jen—Betty has more affairs than
any girl in our set. I wonder which
of you boys she'll marry.
Jack—Can’t say. But I'm in the
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ORANGES, nice individ
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morton have!
returned from Asheville where they!
visited Mrs. Morton's sister, Mrs.,
Marie Best, a patient in a hospital!
as a result of being struck by a car
there recently. They brought with
them to Shelby, Mrs. Bess' two
Flay Gardner and day Harrill at
tended a stag dinner In Charlotte
Tuesday night given by James Mar
lin honoring Howard Loven who
will be married to Miss Agnes By
ers on' December 12.
Mrs. -J J. Roberts accompanied
her sister, Mrs. Lucius Randall, to
Charlotte yesterday where she en
tered the hospital for an operation
on her throat
Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer moved
Wednesday to an apartment at the
home of Mr. Jap Suttle on W. War
ren street. Mrs. Brewer before mar
riage was Miss Beverly Jones
Mrs. J. G. Dudley and Miss Eliza
beth Dudley returned the first of
Hie week from a visit to Mrs. Dud
ley's sister, Mrs. Nix F-skridge Bay
ard in Baltimore. She has been
quite sick, but Is much improved.
Mrs. Judith Bostic Eskridge re
ceived the following announcement
yesterday: Mr. and Mrs H. T.
Moncrics, jr.. announce the birth of
a 7 1-2 pound daughter, Gwendolyn
Bostic Moncries, Nov. 30, at Craw
ford-Long hospital, Atlanta.” Mrs !
Moncries was formerly Miss Owen
Bostic, daughter of Rev. Wade Bos-;
tic in China and has often visited
her relatives here.
Mrs. May Hoey has. been sick
since Sunday at iier home on South
I Mcsfiamcs F. R. Morgan, 3. S.
\ Royster and E. B. Lattimore were
I dinner guests of Mrs. John Schenck,
jsr-;, yesterday at her hospitable home
; at Lawndale.
Messrs. Richard Cranshaw ana
Edwards of Pawtucket, R. I., will be.
•guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoth
Mr. Ed Eskridge of Charlotte will,
upend this week-end with his sie
j ter. Mrs. J. G. Dudley.
I Mesdames J. D. Llncberger and
| George Blanton were Charlotte vis
; itors Wednesday.
i. * --
Mrs. J. D. Shytle returned from
Charlotte Wednesday night where
she has been at the bedside of her
little granddaughter, Betty Hoyle,
who had a:i appendicitis operation
Monday night at the Saint Peters
hospital. She is getting along nlte
Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Blanton spent
| lest week-end at Winston-Salem
Friends of Mr. and Mrs H. M.
Pippin have received the announce
ment of the birth of their third
' son, Charles Augustus Pippin, on
November 21st at their home at
j Wren, Ga.
Mrs. ^.er.i Gilreath ot Charlotte
made u short taa on 'Temper
ance" rt Ike prayer meeting at
[■the Baptist church yesterday aft-1
jerncon and sne announced that she
| would return to Shelby in two
i weeks time to organize a Woman's
; Christian Temperance Union
Mr. Bril Roberts of Raleigh spent
j 'Yrrincsiifiy night with his sister
p.lr.. Taltradge Gardner.
,' tr. and Mrs. fl. Fields Young
i and Mrs. G. W. Young leaves t#
day for Charlotte, where they will
attend the wedding of their niece
[and granddaughter. Miss Alleer. Mc
Bvayer, who will be married to
I morrow afternoon at 5 o’clock at
i her home on Lamar Ave. Miss
i Kathleen Young of Meredith co!-|
, lege will meet her parents there and
render the wedding music.
Born to Mr, and Mrs. C R.
Stelne of Baltimore, a sox’, at the
Shelby hospital last,night
Miss Ethel Brown who was in a
wreck about, six weeks ago was able
to leave the Shelby hospital yester
day and Is visiting her brother. Mr
Clyde Brown here.
Dr. Tom Brice Mitchell and Miss
Burton Gettys attended the ball
game in Charlotte last week.
Some of the out-of-town people
attending the funeral of Mrs. Jose
phine Hord Wednesday \teve: Mcs
dames J. G. and Ed Hord and Kel
ler of Kings Mountain, Mr. and
Mrs. Paris Hord. Mr. and MI'S. ,1.
J. Thompson and daughter Mis3
Harriet, of Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Dixon and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Weathers of Hender
sonville and Mrs Addle floss of
Mr. and Mrs. T>. H. Harris and1
two children spent last week-end'
with his mother near Anderson. S
Felix Gee of Davidson college
spent last week-end vvltn his par
ents. Mr. and firs. F. O. Gee.
Mrs. Hugh Mauney and Mr, anrl
Mrs, Huber Gold visited Mr Mau
ney at Otcen yesterday and found
Mr. Mauney’s physical condition
very much Improved.
Miss Frances Ware, of Charlotte,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Ware, who has been seriously ill
there following an operation for
appendicitis Monday, is reported
some better today.
Mesdume* D. E. Honeycutt and
Chas, Washburn visited in Char
lotte on Wednesday.
Miss Lucile Moreheud visited
friends at Belwood Sunday last.
Mrs. C. H. Lee and Miss Clare
Royster, of Atlanta. Ga., spent th“
Thanksgiving holidays with their
mother, Mrs. Florence Royster and
other relatives near Lawndale.
Police Chief Dead
Charlotte. Dec. 4.— Chlct Wil
liam Silas Qrr, 72, one of the most
beloved figures In the public life of
Charlotte and former head of the
city police department, died at 9:30
oclock Thursday morning at the
Charlotte Sanatorium. Chief Orr
stricken with acute Brights disease
Wednesday of last week and had
been near death, for the past sev
eral days. Before Wednesday he had
been in good health.
rive Counties Have
Cold Water, Ariz., Dec. 4.—Dr. T.
J. Tarasoff, a cclonel in the Rus
sian medical corps during the czar
ist regime, and Jour other persons
were killed by a collision of his mo
tor car and a Southern Pacific pas
senger train here Wednesday night.
~ The other victims were Mrs. Tar
asoff and Herbert A. Dague, Y. M.
C. A. secretary of Phoenix, Ariz..
who came to Arizona three weeks
ago from Nappanee. Ind., and a
young man whose body was net
identified. Dr. and M^f. Tarasoif
came to Phoenix several years apt
from Russia. •
At The Theatres
Mae Clark and James Hall are
winning team tonight at the Webb,
in “The Good Bad Girl.' Mae is
the girl who made “Molly;' she
was also the vibrant character in
“Front Page." In "The Oopd Bad
Girl,” Mae does a remarkable per
formance, and it's quite * unusual
for a girl in her late 'teens to no
the type of role she is doing in this
picture. Movie fans like her lor iter
sincerity on the screen. Saturday
Hollywood's most famous man actor.
John Barrymore, comes to ’.lie Webb
in “The Mad Genius,” with Marion
Marsh and Charles Buttervorth.
The. regular program begins at
the Carolina theatre this evening
at seven o'clock, wfter the close of
the benefit performance, with “In
Line Of Duty” in the feature Win
some Sue Card and Noah Beery
are starred in “In Line of Duty,” a
story of mounted police and the
Great North Woods. A comedy and
cartoon will complete the bin, Sat
urday will bring a complete change
or entertainment with Kan Mayn
ard hi “Range Law,” a good comedy
and a regular serial chapter. Mon
day will start the new version ot
“Over The Hill,” James Dunn and
Sally Eilers—Stars of the “Bad
Girl"—at the Carolina.
Cotton Wte quoted on New York
exchange at noon today:
Dec. 6.05, Jan. 6.10. Yesterday'?
close: Dec. 6.05. Jan. 6.11.
New York, Dec. 4.—Rains con
tinued In south, forecast eastern
belt rain, central and western fair
Twenty five or more buyers of
print cloths who purchase about
ninety percent of the output left
here last night for Greenville to
meet and discuss with manufactur
ers the wisdom of immediate cur
tailment. They feel that something
must be done before the first of
February. Charlotte reports demano
for nearly all textiles quiet, in gray
goods this was the slowest week m
recent montlis, entire south fallow
ing print cloth conference develop
ments, lack of leadership deplored
Moderate business in Worth street
three print cloth styles break 1-8
Probably easier today but no.decline
of consequence likely as long as the
trade takes the contracts in volume
every point down
Simcnds says war without arm
s>nrvf1ir>t r*r>v* + ’'r*'»c‘v: i n iClirOTH*.
“SHELBY’S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE”
A stirring; story of the he-man ty
“IN LINE OF DUTY”
With NOAH BEERY. SUE CAROL JAMES
MURRAY and FRANCIS MacDONAL1).
Also COMEDY AND CARTOON.
BODY JL W
And a COMEDY and SERIAL CHAPTER.
Buy Your Christmas
Tomorrow will see the beginning of the greatest
Holiday Sale in the ^ti story of this store. Count
less items of rare beauty, intrinsic worth, charm
ing appeal, and unmatched values, will be offered
at drastic reductions on all lines—the lowest in 20
years—some items at less than cost.
During this Early Christmas Sale you can make
yojr selections, pay a small deposit, and have them
reserved if you like for later delivery.
We invite you to come and see for yourself what
grand gifts you can get for a little money—a reg
ular Cold Mine of wonderful values awaits you.
Not in a hundred miles of Shelby can you find such
an array of "Gifts That Last."
T. W. Hamrick Co.
.1 >•' \\ F' *•'r’
OLD VIRGINIA (BLUE GEM)
BLOCK .. $6.75 Per Ton
EGG . $6.50 Per Ton
Always Satisfactory. Try one ton and
you’ll never change.
City Ice & Fuel Co.
PHONE 250 — SHELBY, N. C.
ALONG WITH HUNDREDS OF OTHER WON
DERFUL BARGAINS WE >VILL PUT ON SALE
THE LAST OF A CONTRACT WE HAD ON
SPLIT BOTTOM CHAIRS
200 IN THIS LOT
BRAND NEW SPLIT BOTTOM
REGULAR $1.50 CHAIRS
OUR PRICE 79c AS LONG AS THEY LAST
Paragon Furniture Co,
■ l X
SHELBY, N C
COME AND BUY DURING THIS CLOSE OUT SALE
LOW EST PRICES IN 20 YEARS.
A feeling of security conies to tiie man who
knows lie is preparing for future Heeds by sav
ing a part of what he earns.
Are your practicing systematic saving for
independence from financial worries?
START SAVING NOW.
First National Bank
SHELBY, N. l\
Cleveland County parents were today
framed by Dr. D. F. Moore, county jfhy
sician, of a marked increase in dipthcria
and scarlet fever cases in the county and
were urged to lake every precaution
against a continued increase.—From The
Cleveland Star, Monday, November "0;
Millions of Deadly Germs often lurk in Bed Lin
ens and Wearing Apparel that are apparently clean.
Take no chances with your health, baby's health.
Laundry washed clothes are always sweet and
clean—sterilised—free from germs. In times like
these, when contagion is prevalent, it is health in
surance to send your intimate garments and lin
ens to the SNOWFLAKE LAUNDRY. Phone
5-9-1 Monday, or any day. and you will have that
feeling of safety when your clothers are returned.
Special holiday displays
and special prices from
now until Christmas.
Every important winter
a t y 1 e . Distinguished
quality made every coat
a splendid value, before
we marked them “spe
COME EARLY FOR