News Of Week
Christmas Tree And Program At
Methodist Church. Baptist
Teachers and Officers.
(Special to The Star.)
Double Shoals. Dec: 22.—Christ
mna day Is Just about here. The
spirit Is already In action. A small
Christmas tree for mV Sunday
school teacher and children was
given Sunday at the Baptist church.
A large crowd was present. Songs
and speeches were also enjoyed.
There will be a Christmas tree
and program Thursday night be
ginning At 7 o'clock at the Metho
dist church. The pastor. Rev. E. E
Snow of Fa listen has promised to
be present and will speak on the
Aubjdct of Christmas.
The weekly teachers and officer?
In their regular weekly meeting at
the Baptist church last Thursday
night organized the meeting for
1932. For several years this is al
ways done the last of the year. The
officers for the teachers meeting arc
as follows; president, Mrs. B,, L
JEskridgc; vice-president, Mr. Loyci
Cook; secretary, Mrs. Clyde Corn
Well; teacher, J. W. Costner; asso
ciate teacher, C. M. Spangler. Earn
w eek tin? class is studied and taught
together in preparation for the But:
day morning class.
The teacher ..meeting has proven
to be of great value to the church.
.No church can do its best work and
fail to maintain a weekly teachers
Mr. J. F. Harrelson and daughter,
Miss Tula, of Cherryvllle spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Saturday and 6 tan day will be reg
ular monthly Aerylces at, the Bap
tist church. Church, conference Sat
urday p. m. At 3 o'clock Sunday
school Sunday p. m. at 2 o'clock
«nd preaching at 3 o'clock.
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Mr. E. W. Cecil, a construction super
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i "When 1 get con
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have that dull, tired feeling—just
not equal to my work. I don't
feel hungry and I know that I
need something to cleanse my
system, so I take Black-Draught
We have found it a great help.”
t Sold in 25-cent packages.
I ter every month, shouirt <»»« Cai
t <tui. U»ec| for over a‘> .ears. . ■ .
I Housewives Told How
To Get Most For $1
Washington—Thr bureau of
home ri'onvmli'i offers this tip
! to get the most fond for tour
Divide the food dollar into
five parts and spend it for five
different kinds of food. It will
keep vou healthy, too, the bu
If there at children in the
family! hut like this JO cents
for milk and cheese, JO to 23
rents fnr v?»ct»Mes and fruit,
15 to ZO cnts for bread and
cereals, 13 to ZO cents for but
ter, lard, or other fats and su
*ar or molasses 15 to 20 cents
for mrat, fish and eggs.
A family o adults would need
lev. milk u.id cheese and corres
pondlng!y n.oie vegetables and |
Sikes To Speak \
At Scout Meet \
Pi eMdent «,f iterator! College To i
; yrak At ‘.nnual Meeting
iSpecial i.o The Star.)
Gastonia, Dec. 33.—Dr, E. W.
■nikiM, president of Clemaon college
and one of the outstanding educa
tors in the south, will be the prin
cipal speaker at the annual meet
ing of the Piedmont council Boy
Scouts of America to be held at the
Masonic Temple here on the night
of Tuesday, January 13th.
Dr. Sikes is known not only as
one of the south’s leading educators
but us one of Its most inspiring
speakers as well. Officials of the
council consider themselves fortun
ate In recuring him for this occa
Attending this meeting will be 350
to 300 of the leading business and
profcsgftonal men In the area com
prising the council, the counties of
Gaston, Cleveland, Rutherford, Polk,
Lincoln. Iredell, Alexander, Cataw
ba, Burke, Caldwell and McDowell,
Scout Executive R. M. Schiele of
the council reports that there is on
unusually keen Interest over the en
tire territory In this coming meet
ing and that the attendance prom
ises to be the largest In the history
of the council.
Ranking second in the list of
Boy Scout councils in the south
eastern territory of the National
council, composed of the Carolina,1-,
Georgia and Florida, the Piedmont
council has more than 1,800 boys
under its guidance with rnorf tfiwh
400 volunteer leaders.
Ahead Last Year
Washington —Cotton of this year's
crop ginned prior to December 13
was reported this week by the cen
sus bureau to have totaled 15,358,
405 running bales counting 535.33?
round bales as half bales and in
cluding 7,925 bales of Amerlcan
Qlnnings to December 13 last year
totaled 13.359.413 running bales,
counting 48 356 round bales os halt
bales and including 17,411 bales o!
Ginning.) this year to Dec. 13th,
by states follow
Alabama, 1.374,133; Ariaonr,, 62,
769; Arkansas, 1.321286; California,
144.258; Florida 43,088; Georgia. 1,
364.628; Louisiana, 630,977; Mt-si.
slppl. 1,553,307; Missouri 212,586;
New Mexico, 70,450; North Carolina,
750,271; Oklahoma. 1,108,036; South
Carolina, 863.2<9; Tennessee, 520.*
752; Texas, 4.764,386; Virginia, 40
845; and all other states. 8076.
New Prison Camp
Ready m Burke
Morgan.on 2.Hc. 23.—The Burke
county prison camp. built end
maintained by the state highway
commission, was completed last
week and is now homing almost Hr.
capacity, 75 convicts.
I. D. Hinton, of Goldsboro, camp
organizer, has been in temporary
charge of the opening and organiza
tion of the camp. Ed 3. Abernethy,
the superintendent, and Yates Giles,
; steward, assumed thetr new duties
■ last Saturday,
The camp, a one-story brick
structure, can take care of 100 con
victs, if necessary, but 75 is consid
ered its capacity. It Is located just
off Highway No. 18, the site being
a part of the county home jam.
Mr. Hinton says that he considers
the location ideal- well drained, sur
ficient%' secluded and yet very ac
cessible to a paved highway and to
Of the 75 prisoners now in camp
a few more than half, or around 40
are Burke county men Buncombe
and some of the western counties
sent a large delegation Sunday to
add to tlfc local recruits.
The Way It's Done.
‘ Father, how* do they mteh iuna
. 'With :ace pov.der. .oueo. cloths
| and coquetry, my boy.”
Shelby High Outfit
Drops First Contest
RuthrnnrUtoii Sii'.n Out Shelby
St-Sl. Shelby fllrh Keep Otj I
Tii’ Shelby high baskrlbutl
lust Its first [Slue »r the.
season last night at Kullier*
^'oriiton when n sed out by th ■
Uu,t Knlhcriorchon live 21-21.
Hit highs hud won 4 straight^.
Th.' ,Shelby girls continued their
winnuig *tr<.ak by taking the oUiIt
«».••!« th the lioa’ilshCRcter from t’.w
hu, i<. fordton girlo ^ to 10.
iosicets with seven points anri
I-ipscombc with six led the attack
for It other ford ton in the boys'
Statue Jclltiy and Jenkins starred
tor dheiby. Dellinger scored nine
points to star for the winners In
tire girls’ contest.
Increase In Wage
At Auto Factory
Toledo. Ohio, Dec. 21.—An in
crease of 10 percent in salary has
been granted by the Willys-Over
land company here to all office
employes who have been receiving
less than $100 a month.
Don’t forget to tell them about it
In The Star. Star Advertising pay*
The Daily Diet Should Con•
tain ‘Suficient Quantities
of This Newly Discov
By R. S. CJOPKLAND, M. D.
V, S. Senator from New York.
Former Commissioner of Health,
.Veto York City.
PELLAGRA has been known
for nearly two hundred
years. It is only recently,
however, that its real enaae haa
become known. It i« a disease
what is more
1 m p#rt*nt.,
it causes mark
of tho general
At one time
it 'fas believed
to be dno to an
it is known that
no part in its
sanitary and nygiemc measures
which are commonly employed
-gainst the transmission of disease
d.» cot help to control pellagra,
•the United States Pubtic Health
iter vice has shown that this disease
* la founded on faulty diet.
Pellagra Is eausod by an lnr.de
Cttato supply of certain food cie
inspta, particularly those containing
necessary vltamlna When these I
twin are lacking: in the diet the :
trouble fellows. It is because of this |
fact' that this disease is etaretfied '
vtth those spoken of as the "Tits- 1
coin deficiency diseases "
tcurvy and rickets are atmtUr die. \
. .,■*». Scurvy occur* if the food;
• a not contain vitamin C. Rick
«(* Is produced where there it a leek
it vitamin 1>. Any diet which doss
not supply a sufficient amount or i
.t'U'iin it will cause pellagra.
Such f -ortn as fresh, lean meats:
lard. milk, moved -wlmon and emo
iner-lai wheat term have been found
■« l)« e*ceedln*!> rich in this pro
tective vitamin, Rsgr. canned had
dock, dried beans, soy henna dried
MXk and tomstoea have been •’our.d
of value in guarding asalnst this
dleea.'r Hut they must he con
sumed in considerable quantities in
order to supply the necessary
nmoaats of i if itnln Q.
..!■ ^S>..*?l*.-‘r.¥t~VaS(aWe ' “I
Com products. wheat flour. i-ve
flour, oatmeal. salt pork. the com
mercial 1 \t-i3 aubsttutes, butter, oar
•ota, tumly*. onions, sweet potolona
id white rleu «ro eeceecJlnsly poo
:.i itaerr content of (hie vitamin. It
'■me been obsejved repc.iud’v that
ndiv'.dnals wi-->sf. bet consists c«
•ntlolly of t.ict • fr-nda ».••* likely
■n ahow signs of jx'Hnjtra.
In meet rec*V: > . f this country
the 'let Is a v.v Volo one ar.<J in-!
*’i"ee *n adequate supply of the
neceseary c'emcn -. That is why
■eUajjra is tv* so common here as
is sheen I.
Amv.vw o D£n!l!i Quepitvs 1
A. K. M- (j.—What is tiie cause of
pv"v ei/v’-'latiop vjj.i what will clrar
no the trouble'.'
5.— What .ire s triptoms of
■i-'emia—i* they® . ure for dr;
* -loiarove w * •.scrit ,-yith !
■oJ your clrpi:vtion wit; benefit. !
Poor Circulation ho s) re to sev- ]
rsl CJitlees. fit further pari uiars I
'«»•! * aeU-aitsli.-steil, , tarnped tnve. 1
'ope end rvpcst your iijeytp
tv—Anemia wet. 1.1 apt t„ cause
- caknasa. paimr oirc.es beneath the
yas. Inch of rr.rrgy. etc. Improve
'.rant in the ap t eral h*tlth will in
•.ease the Blood e.ifpty «p,| benefit
the entire --ysfem. f'nr full partic
ulars send a ee'f-mlJr.- sard. hiaruped
envelope and vvienc your question.
O. H. M. q. -t
for lew vltaiiy
bet do yon advise
and very little
A.—Vm rhoull try to fuiM up tt
arc nets i health fir-t of ?r>. XC?
(■lento if good . •iiinsjitnr? rood, it
tdtic' milk .
in 'the T. ■;
<M5riM.t Ore r 1 h .: ^
St * general um
* ■> ■ "d !:■*''
Cage Schedule Is
Issued By Coach
Mour.l-.intr liaskrl'vrs to I'lay
Double Bills in a Heavy
(Special to The Starj
Kings Mountain, Dec. 23.—Coach
J. VV. D'e Arman of Kings Moun
tain high school has announced the
schedule of the basket ball teams of
the schools as follows:
January 8,—Rutlierfordton at
January 12—Piedmont at Kings
January 15—Marion at Kings
January 22—Piedmont at Pied-1
January 26- Marion at Marion.
Jattu. 29.—Shelby at Kihgs Moun
tain. ** v
February 2—Rutherfordton at
February 5.—Forest City at For
February 9—Cliffside at Kings;
February 12—Forest City at Kings ]
February 16—N. C. 3. D. at Kings!
February 23—Cliffside Rt Clifl
All games are scheduled for dou- i
bleheaders, both boys and girls i
Teachers Off For Home For Holi
days. College Students Come
Home—Seniors Have Party
i Special to The Star.)
Fallston, Dec. 23.—Our school
closes today (Wednesday) for the
holidays and the following teach
ers will leave for their homes:
Miss Ruth Sinclair to Maxtor);
Miss Maude Morehead and Mrs. Ed
na B. Champion to Moores boro; R.
L, Pruett to Due West. S. C. and H.
G. Dellinger to Stony Point.
The senior class is having a party
at The home of Miss Blanche Hoyle
Prof, and Mrs. W. R. Gary and
son Weller Kays will spend the boll
days with relatives in Kentucky.
The following college boys and
girls are home for Christmas: Miss
Nathalee Lackey, from High Point;
Misses Velma and Eva Wright,
Asheville Normal; Messrs Wythe
Royster, Pails and Thomas Wilson,
Chapel Hill; Henry Palls, Oak
Ridge; Watson Falls, Davidson;
Hoyle Lee, Wake Forest; Clarence
and Woodrow Morris, High Point;
Hoyle Lutz Jr., Duke and Hubert
Smith, Mars Hill.
Mr. G. H. Edmonds who for the
past tliree months has been work
ing in Florida and Tennessee, will
arrive home this week to spend the
holidays with his family.
Miss Nell Stanley spent several
days this week with Miss Pearl
Cornwell of near Lawndale.
Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Hoyle and
family visited Mrs. Hoyle's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Pruett of Casar
Mr. and Mrs. Adlai Elliott and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. George
Gantt of Moriah, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey and
son Charles, visited Mrs. Stamey's
parents Mr. and Mrs. George Corn
well of near Lawndale Sunday aft
Boom Started For
Cleveland, O.—Former Congress
man Martin L. Davey, of Kent, lias
mailed letters to 40,000 Ohio Dem
ocrats urging immediate formation
of Kaker-for-President clubs and
outlined a plan to elect Ohio's Dem
ocratlc delegates pledged to support
Newton D Baker
"It is perfectly obvious that Mr.
Baker is not a candidate," Davey's
letter said, and added: “It is equal
ly clear, however, that he has never
said he would not accept the nom
Earlier in the month Davey issued
a statement urging the drafting of
Baker as the Democratic nominee.
At that time Mr. Baker said he un
derstood Ohio's delegation would go
to the convention pledged to Gover
AUMINISTRATO* S NOTICeT
Not've U hereby given Chat 1 nave thu
dev t,jal!:i*C. as administrator ot the es
tate ot J. I. Stacy, deceased, late ot
Cleveland county. N. C. All persona In
debted to said estate will make immed
iate payment to the uhdej-slgned and all
persons having claims against said estate
will pre-ant them to me properly proven
lor payment on or before November lj
!S33, or this notice will be pleaden In bar
if their recovery. This November 13th
V 3 BRrt>OE3. Administrator o
the Estate of J I Stacy dec'd
llyb’irn ,V Hoey Attys si Nov H
School Lunches Have Done
Much to Hnise the Health
Standard of Children,
Bv K. S. COPKLAND, M. I).,
V. S. i-'enator from New York. .
Former Commissioner of Health,
yeto York City.
NORMAL growth of a child
is the most important func
tion of his life. He must
rrow mentally as well as physical
ly. Growth cannot be hoped for
terest in the nu
trition of the
school child ha3
portant topic at
the recent con
vention held in
was the prob
lem of school
ment for the
•. An im
Ur. ( oprlaud
in former years the school
physicians and nurses were inter
ested primarily in the mere ap
pearance of health. Today, in ad
dition to this, they are concerned
In the real state of nutrition. When
this ta established, they know good
health Is insured.
It is agreed that the problems of
nutrition and health must be In
cluded in the general school Instruc
ting. This is best accomplished by
leaching the parent, as well as the
child, just what constitutes whole
Orest advances have been made
In establishing classes for under
nourished children. These children
are grouped together. In addition
to their dally school work, they are
given a special diet to Improve their
Milk served during school hours
has produced excellent results In
overcoming undernourishment. This
additional feeding teaches the child
the Importance of drinking milk.
This practice Is of particular value
for the child who dislikes milk. See
ing other children drink milk en
courages him to do so. It won't be
long before he develops a liking
Good health habits must be taught
to normul children. It is Juat as Im
portant to correct bad habits in sic*
The future of the nation depends
upon the health of our children. Cor
rect physical and mental growth can
be acquired only by proper super
It Is hoped that such problems as
undernourishment, Improper growth,
diet deficiencies and nutritional dis
orders will eventually disappear.
They will more rapidly disappear
under “ r mimini gow -planned for
] Anmi$J#HtaRli Queries ]
V. D. LaafiL-rs-tiow much should a
girl of I7s*->ft. 2 Inches tall weigh?
*—What -'tHr'tyou advise for consii
***!0B? S3? v t
me ^ jg
A.—She'**l»ouid wetjjij about 115
pounds. i%f| is about lise average
weight fair .fag of this ego and
height, ag determined by examina
tion of a larg# number of persons,
A few pounds above or below the
average is of l&Us or no significance.
2—Eat simple well-cooked food
Avoid foods undilly rich in fats and
Starches, ^Xtrlnk ylentv of waier.
Eat plenty, of fresh green vegetables,
fresh and stewed fruit. Send self
addresretj, stamped envelope for full
particulars and repeat your ques
K. p. Q.--I ant Wot u derwilifl't
I eat plenty of food and have proper
rest, yet I am always tired and list
less and nervous most of the time.
What would von advise?
A—This may be due to auto in
toxication or abnormal blood pres
sure. Have the latter tested, so that
definite advice and treatment can be
outlined, if there is tendency to
sluggish elimination this should have
Old Lady—Is this really the
train for South Bend?
Porter—Well. Ma'am if it ain't
the board of directors, the station
master, the signalman, the engin
eer, the eonductor and myself must
all be cuckoo.
NOTICE OK SALE OK REAL ESTATE.
North Carolina. Cleveland County.
Under end by virtue of the power ana
authority contained In that certain deed
of trust executed by J. M. Roberts ami
wife, Mary Roberts, to the undersigned
trustee, which said deed ot trust Is dateo
March 1st. 1927 and recorded In book
141, page 455 of the Cleveland county
registry, default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness there
by secured and In the conditions therein
secured, the undersigned trustee will on
January 26th. 1932
at or about twelve o'clock noon at the
courthouse door at Shelby, N. c„ oiler
for sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash the following described prop
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land containing 109s* acres, more or
less, situated, lying and being about five
miles west from the town of Rings
Mountain, North Carolina, in No. 4 town
ship. Cleveland county. North Carolina,
having such shape, metes, courses and
distances as will more fully appear Us
reference to a plat thereof made bv A
P. Palls, Surveyor, on February 14. 1927,
and attached to the abstract now on file
.with the Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank
of Raleigh, the same being bounded on
[the north by the lands of Lee Whhmant
land J. B. Lay. on the east by the lands
of John Plummer on the South by the
lands or J o. Plonk and on the west by
tho lands of D. A Beam, and being Ihe
Identical tract of land conveyed bv two
deeds, one from J. O Plonk et »l.‘ to J
M Roberts, dated 1st, February. 1SM9. and
one from W. W Whisnant to J M. Rob
erts. dated 25th, November. 1913. and
said deeds being duly recorded tn boos
JJJ at page 102 and YY. at page 402
respectively. In the register ot deeds of
fice for Cleveland county. North Caro
Una, to which reference is made for more
complete description of the same.
Terms of sale cash and trustee will re
quire a deposit of 10 percent of the
amount of the bid as his evidence of gou.
This the JtttMay of December, 1931
THE RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO., Trustee.
J L Cockerham and Robert Wesnst. ip
Atrdriirys. Raleigh. N. C 4t Dec 3.,
Students Home from College. Dan
Gold Home From Hospital.
(Special to The Star.)
Zion, Dec. 22.—We had a large
crowd present at Sunday school
Glad to have Misses Nell Stamey
and Ruth Falls of Fallston, and
Lela Hobbs of Erwin, Tenn., in Sun
day school Sunday.
The officers and teachers will
meet Wednesday evening at 7:30
with Mr. and Mrs. J. V,Irvin.
The following young people arc
at home from college, Misses Jane
Irvin from Meredith, Vernla Caba
nlss, of Lenoir-Rhync, Messrs. Allen
and James Wilson from Boiling
Springs, Milton Gold of Wake For
Mr. Fred Simmons of Shelby
spent the week-end with Mr. W. L.
Mr. Dan F. Gold has returned
from the government hospital at
Portsmouth, Va„ very much improv
Airs. Hubert Clark visited ■ her
father, Mr. Grayson Champion of
the Union community last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cabanise, Mr.
and Mrs. Bobbie Rudisill visited Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Dixon Sunday aft
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Champion of
Greer, S. C„ are visiting Mrs. F. P.
Gold and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cornwell visit
ed friend and relatives in Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Drew McCarter pf
Gastonia were dinner guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irvin.
Miss Lela Hobbs returned Sunday
to her home in Erwin, Tenn., after
visiting'relatives in the community
for the past week.
Worth Williams, jr., visited his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Pleas
Cabaniss over the Week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dixon, of the
New Prospect community, visited
Mr. and Mrs. George Gold, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore of Eca
ver Dam visited In the community
Free Deaf Mute
In Wife Slayins
Atlanta.---A blind man this week
conducted a hearing at which a deaf
mute, by sign language, convinced
a coroner’s jury that the fatal
shooting of his young wife was an
Occident. He was exonerated.
Horace Sanders related with his
hands, through an interpreter, how
his wife, also a deaf mute had been
killed accidentally when a shotgun
was discharged while she was
cleaning a bed room closet.
Paul Donohoo, Fulton count;
coroner, who presided at the hear
ing, is £lind.
Hiving S’lillfictl as administrator o
the estate oi Laura A. Wells, deceased
late of Cleveland county, North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons haring
clam’s against the estate o! said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned at
Sheib:. X C., on or before the 25th day
of November, 1933. or this notice will be
Pleaded in bar ot thc.r recovers. Ail per
sons indebted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement. This the
Wot la dny of November. 1931.
FRANK L. HOYLE. Administra
tor of Laura A. Wells, deceased.
•t Nov 250
See That Big
GRETA GARBO and RAMON
MON. & TUES.
<j- A YEAR'/
Of Personal Items
Race Path Quartet Sings. Mrs.
Hughes Very HI. Telephone
Co. Changes Management.
(Special to The Star.'
Lattimore, Dec. 22.—Mrs. L. O.
Hamrick and Mrs. Oarry Hamrick
visited Mrs. George Washburn of
Shelby Monday afternoon.
Miss Pearl Harrill spent Wednes
day night of last week with Miss
Etta Jones of the Double Springs
Miss Sara Hamrick whe is in
school at Mars Hill returned
Thursday to spend the holidays
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grigg and
family of New House and Misses
Cora Harrill and Vernie Lee Chat
man of Shelby visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Zed Harrill Sun
Miss Gwendolyn Doggctt of (he
Beaver Dam community was the
week-end guest of Miss Burnette
Miss Margarctte Stockton of
Asheville Normal College arrived
Thursday to spend the holidays with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C
Miss Edna Harrill of Boone .5
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harrill
Mr. and Mrs. Paris Weathers have
begun housekeeping in the hour:
that was formerly occupied by Mr
and Mrs. Karl Jordan.
Miss Nelena Jones was in Shelby
shopping Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Glenn R. Stine and IliUe
son, Glenn R., jr. are getting along
The senior B. V. P. U. is pro
gressing nicely under the efficient
leadership of our president, Mi.>
Lois Adams. The program under the
direction of Mr. Paul Wilson was
splendid. In closing assembly ft v
a pleasure to have with us a quar
tet from Race Path composed o'.
Messrs. Fay and Theron Jolly. Ray ,
Greene, Owen Padgett accompanied
by Mrs. Roy Greene at the piano.
Messrs. Fay Jolly and Owen T*5*>
c'.red also sang a duet.
Mr. Padgett, our pastor, u ed us
his subject la:;t night ''The Birth
of Christ.” We also had the quar
tet with us during the preaching
hour. And we thank them vary
much and invited them to be with
us again at an early date. Wc also
welcome any other visitors that
might have been there and invite
all visiters at any time.
Miss Darcus Harrill silent the
week-end with her grandfather.
Mr. J. B. Harrill of 3helby.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Miller of
Bolling Eptings, is spending the
holidays with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Ivey Willis.
We regret to lose ‘he family of
Mr. and Mrs. Brassy MeSwaiu from
ot!r community. Mr. RfcSwala for
the past year has oijerated the
i elephone office and we. vildonre
into oiy community Mr. Jur e
Crowder and family who will rm
tinder mid by virtue o' author'd/
convins! in a certain deed of trust exe
cuted by Will Camp and vile, or* Camp
to secure an indebtedness to T P, Ham ■
rick, which deed of trust l, recorded hi
book 141 at page 9 in the office of the
register of deeds of Cleveland county. N
C.. the undersigned trusts; will on Jan
uary nth. 1932 at 3 o'clock i>. in. .4411 *1
the courthouse door in the city of Shelbc
to the highest bidder lor cash, the fol
lowing described real estate:
Situate on the waters ol First Broad
river, and being a part ol the John Me
Swain tract ot land. Beginning on a white
oak and runs thence north 2 east .»>
poles to a pine stump: thence north 41
west 22 poles to a stake; tHence north *11
east 29 poles to a stake in Wilkins Fort, j
road; thence along several courses of the!
road 116 poles to a stake; thence south!
18 west 12 poles to a stake and pointers
in the old line; thence north 88 cast 69
poles to a stake in the branch; thence
up the branch 103 poles to the beginning,
containing 69 acres more or less, and be
ing that same tract of land conveyed to
T. P. Hamrick by M. H. Hamrick and wile
by deed dated April 36. 1921 and record
ed in book KKK at page 188 in the of
fice of the register ot deeds of Cleveland
county, N. C.
This December 14th. 1911.
HORACE KENNEDY. Trustee.
4t Dec 15c
Under and by virtue of the power and
authority conferred upon me, by reason
of a certain deed of trust dated March 5
1930, executed by O. Z. Wilson and wife
WlUle Wilson, Matilda Jane Wilson (sin
gle), and Ockle Ellen Wilson (single) to
Bynum E. Weathers, trustee, same being
of record in the office of the register of
deeds for Cleveland county. N. C.. In book
163, page 183 securing an Indebtedness
therein reftrred to, and default having
been made In the payment of said in
debtedness. and having been called upon
to execute the trust, I. trustee os afore
said, will soli for cash to the highest bid
der at public auction at th« couit house
door In Shelby, N. C., on
Monday. January 11. 1033,
at 13 o'clock M, tbe following described
All of that certain tract of land lying
In No. 8 township. Cleveland county, N
C , adjoining lands of W. T. Powell, J. A
Horn, Sam Hamrick, Fred R. Washburn
and wife, Ha Maud Washburn. Jot
Covington, et al, bounded as follows:
Beginning at a hickory, Joe Covington's
corner..and runs with W. T. Powell's line
N. 82 E. 137 poles to a stone In W. T
Powell's line; thence with J. A. Horns
line S. 2 tv. 81 1-3 poles to a stone pile;
thence with Sam Hamrick’s and Fred
It, Washburn and wife. 11a Maud Wash
burn's lines W. 134 poles to a stone, Joe
Covington's corner; thence with his line
N 69 1-3 poles to the place of beginning,
containing 59>a acres, more or less.
Being »he same property conveyed to
O Z. Wilson by two deeds as follow*:
ill. need from Matilda Jane Wilson (sin
gle) and Ockte Ellen Wilson (s(ngle) del
ed August 17. 1927, end recorded In book
3-W page 153: (2). Peed from 1. P. Wil
son and wife. E. C. WUaon by deed dated
August IT, 1937, and recorded In book
3-W at page 1S4. both of the Cleveland
This land is offered for sale subject tc
a prior encumbrance In favor ol the
North Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank
of Durham, Durham. N. C . unpaid taxes
and any other prior liens which may be
This the 9th day of December, 1931,
BYNUM E WEATHERS Trustee.
*t Dec v.
erate the telephone oflice lor tn*. *'
| Mr. Edlcy Martin or Wake Foi*
est is spending the holidays a’
Miss Pearl Harrell 1 spending
this week in Shelby with her grand*
father J. B. Harriil who .j sick
also her aunt, Mrs. U. 1). Hughc
who is not expected 10 live
Mr. and Mrs. Bure.) Moore u.i.
'family of Boiling Spring, spent the
| day Sunday a‘ fh« bore: of Mr F.
I Mr. and Mrs. Haft. Fite a-d
i family of Valdese visiteu Mr. W. fc.
I Fite during the week-end
| Miss Lois and Mr, Aston Aden;.
;spent the week-end with Miss Eva
| and Mr. Edwin Moore ■..! King
Miss Mae Bradley . a, die t’.tn
I ner guest Sunday of Misses Arths.
[Ola. Macic and Pearl Jones.
Gently and calmly the
rear 1931 is passing1 away,
and as the holiday season
approaches, it awakens in j
us old recollections of the j
many friendships maintain- !
ad. It also causes, us to re- ■
fleet upon the large lum
ber o£ health seekers vho j
were referred i o us as a re- !
suit of those friend hh . '
it is only filling, here- ,
fore, that we pause row to j
•xpress to you our heart- :
lest wishes for i 1 loppy j
Christinas Season. A n d
when you turn the page of |
the Calender into the New !
Year, may it signalize h>0 j
days of good health and in- |
creased prosperity for yor j
and your family.
ltr. and .Mrs. B. M. Jarrett
To Ml Points on the
Ail points in the Southeast
Southwest and Western
Tickets on sale Dec. 16 .
RETURN LIMIT JAN. 6.
To Points North of,
Washington. Tickets on
Sale Dec. 22 to 24.
RETURN LIMIT JAN. 5. !
lor Information See
H. E. PLEASANTS. D.P.A
ltaleigh, N. (V
Phone 2700 or 270
505 Odd Fellows Building
Air Line Railway
Greatly Reduced Round
Trip Fares for the XMAS
ONE FARE PLUS 1-3
FARE Foil THE ROUND
Round trip fares from Shel
by, N. C. to some of the.
principal points. *
Washington. L>. C. . $20.71
Richmond. Va. $16.14
Norfolk. Va. $19.28
Charlottesville. Va. $15.31
Lynchburg. Va. $12.42
Winston-Salem. N. C. Sti.5‘
Raleigh. N. C. $10.St
Durham, N. C. .. .$9.71
Greensboro, N. C. . . $7.00 ,
High Point, N. C. $15.34 i
Asheville. N. C. $4.52
Charlotte. N. C. . „ $2,55
Rirmingham, Ala. _ $18.94
Round trip tickets on sale in
all points in Southeastern Stat
es, Dec. 16th to 25th inclusive. I
final limit midnight Jan. 6 1952 j
Ask Ticket Agents about !
XMAS , HOLIDAY tickets to
points in the East. North, South
west and West, on same basis of
For further information and
sleeping ear reservations call on
Southern Railaav agents or ad- ,
R. H. GRAHAM.
Division Passenger Agent.
Southern Railway Passenger Sta
Charlotte. N. C.