List Of W. M. S. Delegates Here
iCONTtKCfcO FROM PACm OHfit.i
Miss Lucia Phillips—Mrs. Duu
Miss Annie Reynolds—Mrs. Johi
Honeycutt (at Isaac Shelby nor '1
Mrs. Paul Smith—Mrs- John Mt
Miss Lolela Smith—Mi >h>.
Miss Bessie Alien—Mrs. CStotg'
Mrs. Jean Williams—Mr-. George
Mrs. Joe Reynold: -.Mi's Ora’1
Miss Alice Walton Mr« CWu-':!im
Mrs. George Herman—Mr. t R
Mrs. John Ri\;;an- I .V.u
Mrs. C C Brown — Mr 'T- I ftp..;'
Mrs. Weiiner 'lone -Mr W. A
Mrs. W. Etwr Cl- ■ -m; Ms:
Mrs. J. J, Mi -Mi lfi--.- i
Mrs. H. A I " 1 Wi'.l
Mrs. W P • !'-s i m. x
Mrs. V L. S‘ • C he;,- l
Miss Amy Hu.,
Chart , l« n i, •
Delegate l.< U
Mrs. C. E. w, ■ tv.. li t
Mrs. W. \V t' W;.\
Mrs. C. E i:
Miss Logan Mr l.t: l.v.t
Miss Wood-Mr . Ed T>.
Mrs. B. I. Dutllatj \i;: Loiac..:
Mrs. J. 1 . Stator. - Mi V.,;
Mrs. S; M f'l,1... <VU.
Mrs. H. M. lien I. M K
Mrs. G. Dudley--Mi: i
k!, tfo>. -
Mrs. *5. C. M'.tclnm - C'l; urn W. jo
1 at Isaac Shelby hotel1
Mrs. CL O Tiay-Mr R 1 d
Mr C. Andrews. M HI'
Mrs W W.. Patterson. • .Mr-. D R
Miss Hawlield - Umts.- igncd
Mrs . J. C. Watson Mrs. \lir ■
Miss A. Ariel —Mrs. Alice Lmc'*ei
JkliS* Morhlg — Mi'.*.' Alice Ltno
Mrs. Bradley Wall Mrs. Jna Mull
Mrs. J. A. Peeler—Mrs. ,fno. Mc.il
Miss Ruth Clark—Mr.. Jud lint.
Mrs. VV A Crowell—Mrs. Jud
Miss Vainer -Unr. .signed
Mrs. A. Edgeworth—Mrs . 11 i..l
Mrs. Wriston Lee Mrs, M-irlj
Mrs, W. M. McLaurtne - Mrs. Clue:
Mrs w. p Ledbetter- Mrs. ». R
Mrs.. W. H Carter-Mis i r
Miss Pat Cose Mrs. (Pins, Young.
Mrs. Ellen Niven—Mit. J. C. Me- :
Mrs. \V. P. Johnson --Mrs .1 -,C. •
Mr*. A. J drven—Mrs. o. R. Sp.ni
Mrs. E: S. Maynard Mrs. O H
Mrs. C V Janie \lr. C. H. Grose
Mrs. A. S. Atwater—Mrs. E. \V
Mrs. Guy Killian Mrs B. K. Del
Mrs. J. O' Eaysoux- Mi;--. Nora
Mrs. R. J Stilord - Mrs Jw.'t.
Mrs. w. f Elliott—Mrs
.Mrs Plato Miller—Mrs Julius
Mrs. (t. F. Hovis—Mrs. C. A. Mor
Mrs. F. H, Price—Mrs. C A
Mrs. ,i. jj. Belt—Mrs. R. L. Mem
Mi's. W. H. Tavloe-Mi's. 11 i.
Miss Genrude Joy -Mr R. L
Mrs. James Meiarty —Mrs E, \V.
Mrs. Janie" P. Taylor— Mrs. B. K
Mrs. R. K. Davenport Mrs. Cline
Hendrick tat Isaac Shelby hotel*.
Mrs. John W Oaaton—Unaaslgivut
Mrs. Grady Gaston—Una ssUnvl
Miss Ellen Hoyle—Unassigned.
Mrs. B. M Orman- Miss M i t
Mrs. B. U. smith—At home
Mrs. G, W Hilhart. Mrs. Gro.er
Mrs. A P Brantly - Mrs. Grover
Mr; M 1 Smuthers—Mrs V D
Mrs. Arch Wilkinson—Mr s Hath
Miss AlUe Smith—Mrs. Durant
Mrs. Mac* L Poe—Mrs. John Dcl
Mrs Archie W Morris - Mrs jno
Mrs. J. 8. Dixon—Mrs. Z. J
Mrs.. E. D. Grubbs - Mrs. •K*:u
i; Mrs. J, A. Grubbs - Mrs. 8am ria
Mr, K. r ■ Side.. Mrs. J. o. luu -
| .Mr-. A. W. inyier—Mrs. J. D. Lint -
M.*; Roy Paylor—Mn-. D. II. Ken*
1 Airs. M. R. Banner- Mrs. C.iv!
Miss Hilda Walker—Mrs Carl
Miss Dorothy Hlnos—Unassl >.icd.
Mrs. CeO. Ward—Mrs. ,1. P. Auit.’U
Mis. Ed Patterson"—Mp VV. A.
. unr thy.
Mrs. J. Ti McDonald .Mrs. Rail*
1 ert Crowder 'at Isaac Shelby hotel).
Mrs. 8. 1 Kearns—Mrs. B. R. Del
, lingei '
Mr li. \\ McCain—Mrs. Lamar
Mi-.- Helen Marsh—Mr; Julius
Mr... R. A. L.lo> d - Mrs. Fannie
Mr K 1, I oudenuilk—Mr, Zerm'l
A')" . 1 .uni Hunt Mrs. J. D. U’le
Mrs. IT. I.. I'owcll—Mrs. Charlie
Mr: . I. M. Cummings—Mrs. VSehi
.. I ;i 'tier.
.11 . J. 1. Bmidall—Mrs. J. C.
rlv. J. C. Wall- Mrs. J. C. Wsath
M Alio Wakefield- - Mrs. .1. P
Mr, II. W. Brunson —Mis. /,. J.
i uomy -on "
Mrs. S. It. Lsler—Mrs. Karl Honey*j
.Mr A 1.. Thompson—Mrs. "evo.
Mrs. j, l1. Kirk- Mrs. Carlos Gngg.
Mrs J. H. Wheeler-- All's. Carlos,
Mr; Byron Car ,on—Mrs, A, G.
Mrs T. R Flack—Mrs: A G. Hig
Mrs. U B Hand}—Mrs, P. L.
•Mrs. Roy Howell—Mrs. Horuae
Mrs. J. F Whisnant—-Mrs, Hor
Mrs. A. N. Fuller—Mrs. R. A.
Mr Tvo\ Ray Mrs. R. A. Boyle.
Mrs. B. C. Reavis—Mrs. J. L.
Lackey <at Hotel Charles.i
Mrs. J. W. Out?.';—Mrs. Colin
Mrs, T. W Wilson—Mrs. Colin
Mr;. 1. V. Goode—Mrs. Taimadgi
Mrs. Z. E. Barnhart' Mrs. Tal
Mrs. G. P. Reid—Mrs. W. N. Oor
Mrs. J. W. Williams—Mrs. W. N.
Mrs. W- A. Barber—Mi- B. L.
Mrs. J. W, Parker—Mrs. Prank
Miss Annie Street—Unassigned,
Ml. Airy District.
Mrs. R, A. t'Vye—Mrs. T. A.
Mrs. A. B. Macon—Mrs, L. A.
Mrs, R, B, Price—Mrs. Rc$$ Ham
Mr>. Rutus Stone—Mrs. Ross Ham
Mrs. Frank Sparger—Mrs. 1, A.
Mrs. C. 6.’ Kirkpatrick—Mrs. E A
Muss Cuthieen Short—Mrs. Jitllur
Mrs. Sengrave.s—-Mrs. Ward Alej.
Mrs. Pierce—Mrs. Ward Avey.
Miss Inez Jones—Mrs. Ward Arey
Mrs. J. H. Armbrust—Mrs. J D.
Mrs, J. C. Reins:—Mrs. Zollie Ri
Miss Lezalee Barber—Mrs. Zoilie.1
Mrs, Jesse Brown—Mrs. Harry,
E. E. Williamson—Mrs. C R.j
Mrs. Nat Pickett—Mrs. Clyde
Short (at Isaac Shelby hotel)
Mrs. T. C. Jordan—Mrs. E.ans
Mrs. J. E. Hipp—Mrs. Hugh Bet
Mrs W. W. Whitaker—Mrs. Evans
Mips. Seymour Taylor—Mrs. That!
Mrs. j. D. Rankin—Mrs. B. L.
Mrs. L. L. Bingham—Mrs. Hugh
Mr. J. i- V.'oltz—Mrs. O. R. Spcn
ter ' •
Mrs. Tno. HY, Williams—rytrs. Harry,
I Mrs. N. T- Mast—Mis. Clyde
1 Short (a- Isaac Shelby hotel).
1 Mrs. Z. V. Mbss—Mrs. V. D. Ross, i
Mrs J. N Gayvndt—Mrs lewis
Mrs E. H N ease—Mrs. Leals f oi
Mrs. H. G Allen-Mrs. O. M. Sut- !
Mrs J. E. McSwain—Mrs. Tom
Mrs Joe Smith—Mrs.. Tom Webb
j Mrs J P Hipps—Mrs O M Sut
j Mrs. J. O. Maynard—Mrs. O. O
I . Mrs. Horace Payne—Mr* 0, 0.
j Mrs. A. H. Whlsner—Mrs, Clause
Mrs. Jack Jordan—Mrs. Claud.’
Mrs. L. D, Perkins—Mi , Dunuit
Mrs. P. N. Peacock—Mis. Wr.i.
Mrs. John Blalock—Mrs. Roo-:'*
Crowder fat Isaac Shelbv hotel.
Mrs. J. O. Winkler—Mrs. C, M
Miss Christine Irvin—Mis. C, M.
Mrs. M. E. Jones—Mi* Basil
Miss Lina It. Abernethy—Mrs
I Basil Goode.
Mrs. A. D. Abernethy—Mr • Et«n
Miss Rate Hayes—Mrs. : L. B
Mrs, M. M. Lowery—Mr.: O, E.
Mi's. C. A, Jordan—Mis C. S.
Mrs. ft. c Bunch—Mrs. fiViihk
Mrs. J, R. White—Mrs. Frank
Mrs. C. A.. Sykes—Mrs. Everett |
Mrs.. Irvin Tomlin—Mrs. John:
Mrs. J. C. Holmes—Mr: John ;
Miss Addte Campbell—Mrs. Ev-'
Mrs. George Foard—Mr- J. W.l
Mrs. o. A. Warlick—Mrs. J. C.
Smith (at Hotel Charles'*.
Mrs. Claude Simpson—Mrs. J. 0.
Smith <at Hotel Charles*.
Miss Fannin Sherrill—Mrt. T. H
Lutz. ■ i
Mrs. J c, Brookshire—Mrs. Cc-j
Mrs. E. E Bailey—Mrs. Ogburr.
Mrs. E. F. Beik—Mrs Ogbiirn
Miss Pudge—Mrs. j. H. Hull.
Mrs. Kate Starreetc—Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. Harry Courtney—Mrs, Jack
Mrs. A. NT. Corpering—Mrs. Jack
j Mrs. G. T, Posey—Mrs. Charlie
Mrs. J. T. Knight—-Miss Elizabetli
Mrs.. F W. Swan—Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. E. B. McClure—Mrs. Hugh
Mins Mary Enuna Mauisic—Mrs.
Miss Louise Campbell—Mrs. Cole
Mrs. Frank Meaea—Mrs. Herman
| Mrs. R. S. Coman—Mrs. Herman
Miss Ora Daugherty—Mrs. J. L
Lackey (at Hotel Charles',
Mrs. Maude Hunter—Mrs. Clias.
Mrs. J. RfcLong—Mrs. J. W. Har
Mrs. E. R. Nowell—Mrs. Ernest
Hoey (at Isaac Shelby hotel).
Mrs. Hadley Dickey—Mrs. Ernest
Hoey (at Isaac Shelby hotel'.
Mrs. H. P. Powell—Mrs. B H.
Mrs. D. H. Brown—Mrs. O. E.
Mrs. Carrie Bryson—Mrs. O. E.
Mrs. Essie Bowen—Mrs. Charlie
Mrs. J. L. Wealch—Mrs. W, R
Mrs. F. H. Bahnson—Mrs. Charles
Mrs. J. C. Keever—Mrs. W. Ft.
Mrs. J. A. Daniels—Mrs. A. AY.
Mrs. L. V. Scott—Mr: . A, W Me
Mrs. J.. I. Wilson—Mrs. Oliver
Miss telia Kerns—Mrs. Oliver
Mrs. A. L Smith—Mrs. Hush
Mrs. J. E. Lambeth—Mrs. J. T.
Miss Edith Burton—Mis. Carl
Miss Pauline Swioegood- Mrs
Mrs. G. W. Vick—Mrs. Hush
Mrs.G. L. Murr—M». Chas. i
Mrs. L. C Holbrook—Mrs. L. B
Hayes. • .. ■
Mrs. J. B. Rierson—Mi's. Rush
Mrs. M. F. Moore—Mrs. C. R.
Mrs. J. H. Grubbs-Mis. Fred
Mrs. Carl Clodielter—Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Parker Holmes—Mr.-. Hal
Mrs. James McCorkle—Mrs Hal
Mrs W M Shuford—Airs. Sam
Mrs. J. G. Sterling—Mrs. John
Mrs. C. C. Weaver—Mrs. L. B.
Mrs J. V. .Spruill—Mrs. B 1
Kepnbliean Leader Takes Charges
Of Country, finds A
, Madrid, Spain, April 15.—Spain
j tor hundreds of years u monarch'
| yesterday became a republic ar, King
j Alfonso, of the Bourbon ' Uynufty,
abdicated the throne, in flic face of
ihe rising sentiment for a republic,
and left the country for Portugal.
Nice to Alcala Zamora, Republican
leader recently released from jail,
appointed » new cabinet and took
charge of the country as provision .!I
leader until the new republic is tor-;
There -was no bloodshed in the]
change, but marled JSto Vus decltu-;
ed 8S the streets were filled with
cheering advocates of the now re-J
Queen Victoria and other members
of the royal family plan to leave
Madrid today to Join Alfonso. Re
ports have it that the last of the1
Spanish royal rulers will live in
Lawndale News Of
A Personal Nature
Mr. Ant) Mrs. Hoyles Go To, Bedside
Of Sick Son. District Meet
<;Special to The Star.''
Lawndale, April 14.—ML;s Janet
Miller spent Sunday with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Miller of;
Hickory are spending the week with]
Mr. Will Miller. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sherrill and
daughter, Cora Belle, oi -..Granite!
Falls, spent Sunday at the home of:
Mr. Will Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Toney of
Lawndale spent Sunday at the home I
of Mr. Dave Grigg of Double Shoal?.
Misses Mary Frances Warlick and
Eloise Stroupe spent Sunday with
Miss Wilma Dixon. ,
Mr. W. J. Jones and family, Mr.
J. R. Jones. Mr. W. A. Crowder and
family, Mrs. M. L. Edwards, Mrs. J.
B Elliott. Mrs. T. W. Jones and
Miss Frances Phllbeck spent Sun
day with Mrs R,P. Philbeck. She is
moving at an early date to Fort
New books, amounting to around
$150 have been received for use by
the Piedmont school. These books
should prove very interesting and
helpful to the students.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boyles loft
Friday for Washington, D. C„ to be
with their son, George Boyles, who
underwent a very serious operation
Saturday. He is reported to be get
ting along nicely.
Miss Muriel Richards is spending
this week in Greensboro with rela
Mrs. C. J. Yelton is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Nannie Moore, In
Mrs. Roy Newman of Shelby spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jno.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Richards spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
Herman Leonard, in Greensboro.
Miss Kathleen Beatty spent last
week in Shelby with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 8. Carpenter
spent Sunday in Chester1, S. C., with
their son, Mr. Hugh Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Blanton and
Mr. Shannon Blanton spent Sunday
afternoon with relatives in Hickory.
A large majority of the Epworth
league members attended the dis
trict meeting at Goodsonville Fri
A large crowd attended the dis
trict B. Y. P. U. which was held at
Lawndale church Sunday afternoon.
Miss Winnie Rickett, of Salisbury,
made a very interesting an inspir
ing talk to the young people. The
banner for the best attendance was
awarded to the Lawndale senior
union and the efficiency banner was
awarded to the Lawndale junior
A number of Lawndale people at
tended the play, "The College Flap
per," at the Shelby high school
auditorium Saturday night
We are all glad to know that Mrs.
E. E. Snow lias returned from the
Charlotte sanitorium and is getting
On Friday night April 17, tire
elementary grades of the Moores
boro high school will present the
operetta "Cinderella in Flowerland.”
Tills performance will begin at 8
o’clock. Margaret Walker will take j
the part of Cinderella, while Joe
Magness Walker will be Prince Sun
shine The haughty sisters will be
represented by Moselle Walker and
Marguerite McCardwell. There will
be choruses of blossoms, sunbeams,
butterflies, raindrops, bonnle bees,
and robblns. The public is invited
A pair of loaded dice used fof
"shooting craps” in Cleopatra s day
Hus been discovered. Antony, no
doubt was the Mark.—Weston Lead
Mrs. J. C. Green—Unassigned.
MTs. W. T Grimes—Unassigned
Miw Mary Rapei ~Urwsigned,
Of Late Interest
Pearl Wesley Weds Kuester Get lys.
Scouts P'an Good Turns.
Operetta At School.
(Special to The star.)
Polkville, Apr. 14.—Misses Thelma
Hoyle and Nelle Stamey of Fall-;ton
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Wyatt Stamey.
Rev., and Mrs. E. O. Peeler of
High Point, spent Easter with Mrs.
Peelers' mother Mrs. S. E. Wlils
Mr. Hoyt Wood of Handy, spent
Satin day night March 28 with Rev..
O. E. Ridges’.
Miss Ruth Morgan of Fallston
-pent Saturday night and Sunday
with Miss Inez Ridge,
Rev. C. E. Ridge left Monday for
Brown Summit, where he will assist
in a revival,
Mrs. S. E. Whtenant accompanied
him to High Point, where she will
spend some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. E. O. Peeler.
Mrs. F .H. Grigg ha* been confined
to her room for the put week with
tonsllitls, but te better now we arc
glad to note.
The marriage of Miss Pearl Wes
ley to Mr. Kuester Gettys was sol
emnized at Gaffney, S. C., Sunday
afternoon, April 5. The ceremony
Was performed In the presence of
only a few witnesses. The bride 1s
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wes
ley of Lawndale, and has a very
large circle of friends there and vi
cinity. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. 3. Gettys of near Polk
ville and for the past few year has
been in business with his father.
They were accompanied to Gaffney
by Mr. and Mrs. Coen Horton. They
are at present making their home
with Mr. Gettys’ parents. Their
friends wish them much Joy and
happiness through life.
Polkville high school opened the
baseball season Friday afternoon by
playing Lattimpre high school. Polk
Tl ''---7-1-1" ■" -
vlllc’s pitchers being Gold and
Greene. Both pitchers did some
good work. The score'was 11-2, Lat
timore’s favor. This being Polkvllle's
first game this season the boys were
a little off, although they expect to
win some game before the season is
Boy Scout News.
The Boy Scout*, of troop No. 1
Polkville held its regular weekly
meeting Tuesday night, April 7.
Plans were discussed for camp, also
some community ‘‘good turns” were
planned. They decided to replace
broken window panes in the school
building. The boys have also erected
a flag pole on the school campus A
fe wweeks ago a senior patrol leader
and a Junior assistant scoutmaster
were elected. The present officers
are as follows: Scoutmaster, E. C.
Aderholdt; Asst. Scoutmasters, Carl
V. Wlldman, E. L. Dillingham; Sen
ior Patrol Leader, Forrest Eaker;
Junior Asst. Scoutmaster, Lee Tur
ner; Patrol Leaders: Charles E.
Ridge, Ben Jenkins, Jr., Davie Whis
nant; Asst. Patrol Leaders: Norman
Mauney, Summle White, Lee Green;
Scribe. Charles E. Ridge. The boys
also attended the Shelby district
court of honor Monday night, Ap
ril 6, where they went up for ad
vancement. The regular meeting
time is every Tuesday night.
On Friday evening, April 10, the
grammar grades of Polkville high
school presented ‘‘Cinderella In
: Fairyland.” It was directed by the
grammar grade teachers and the
music teacher, Miss Bemlce Bordets.
It was well presented and enjoyed
by all present. Further announce
ment concerning the commencement
will be made In the Polkville news
News Of The Week
(Special to The Star.)
Trinity, April 14.—Miss Mary
Bridges delightfully entertained the
members of the Intermediate B. Y.
P. U. on last Saturday evening at
her home. After a number of games
and contest the guests assembled In
I the dining room where delicious re
jfreshments were served.
} Mrs. P. E. Bridges gave a surprise
birthday dinner at her home Sun
day. honoring her brother, Mr.
Perry Robbs. A large crowd was
present and a bountiful dinner was
spread. Those atendiiig from else
where were Mr. Ed Prldmore and
mother of near Gaffney, S. C., Mr.
jand Mrs. Willie Robbs of Cherokee
and Mrs. C. C. Jolley of Raleigh.
Those calling at the home or Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Winn Sunday were
Mr. and Mis. Will Hawkins and Mr.
and Mrs. John Goode of the Race
Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Lovelace spent
a few days las tweek with the lat
ter’s sister, Mrs. J. D. Gunter of
Bostic, who is ill with flu.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Green of
Mooresboro were callers at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges Sun
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Jolley spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Mr. and Mrs. Wofford Hicks of
Ellenboro visited at the home of
Mr. K. D. N. Jolley Saturday night.
Mr. H. W. McKinney attended a
fish stew given by the juniors at
Cliffside Saturday evening.
Mr. Willard Mason and Miss Eu
phrla Ramsey of Pleasant Ridge
called to see Miss Ollie Bridges Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey
gave a dinner party Saturday even
ing honoring Mr. and Mrs. Felton
Frazier who were married recently.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Harris and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. Har
ris mother, Mrs. Jim Bridges of
Mr. and Mrs. Felton Frazier vis
ited at the home of their uncle, Mr.
Belton Frazier of Earl Sunday.
To Raise More Food
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONK.I
cent; rye, 20 per cent; barley, 40 per
cent, soybeans, 15 per cent; cow
peas, 20 oer cent; Irish potatoes, 12
per cent; early Irish potatoes, 20 per
cent; sweet potatoes, 20 per cent,
and hay crops 12 per cent.
In addition to these commendable
[ increases In feedstuffs to be planted
this spring and which were planted
last fall, the pring farrowing of
pigs will be increased by 13 per cent
says Mr. Sheffield. The combination
of corn and hogs offers one of the
most profitable farm combinations
possible this year and It is import
ant that a surplus of corn be pro
duced to feed the prospectiv in
crease in the pig crop, Mr. Sheffield
believes. At any rate, he says, the ef
fort made by extension workers to
carry the live-at-home message to
all parts of the state this winter has
been Justified by the increases re
Edwin Svinhufvud has been chos
en president of Finland. Imagine
shouting, ‘“Hurrah for Svinhufvud.’’
10 cents dozen. D. A.
Beam Co. 3tl5c
NOTICE OE SUMMONS AND WARRANT
State of North Carolina,
County of Cleveland.
In the Superior Court, Before the Clerk
Peoples National Bank of Leesbur, Va., a
Banking Corporation, Plaintiff,
William Crtghton, Defendant.
The defendant above-named will take
notice that a summons in the above en
titled action was Issued against said de
fendant on the 7th day of April, 1931, by
the clerk of the superior court of said
county and state for the sum of $34,880.81
with interest on 833.348.52 from March i,
1931 until paid together with accrued cos'
of 183.80 with 10 percent attorney fee, due
on consolidated and confessed judgment,
in the circuit court of Loudon county
Virginia, as shown by six transcripts or
said Judgment from the clerk of said civ
which are attached to and made a part o:
the papers in this action, said Judgment
being on notes given for borrowed money
Said summons is returnable before the
clerk of the superior court of Cleveland
county, N. C.. at his office In the court,
house of said county on May 7th, 1931. at
2 o'clock p. m. The defendant will also
take notice that a warrant at attachment
was Issued by said clerk on the 10th day
of April, 1931 against the property of said
defendant which warrant Is returnable
before the said clerk at the time and
place above named for the return of the
summons when and where the defendant
.Is required to appear and answer Or de
mur to the complaint or the relief de
manded will be granted.
Tills the 10th day of April. 1931.
A. M. HAMRICK.
Clerk of Superior Court
Quinn. Hamrick and Harris and Byni.m
E. Weathers, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
4t April 15c
In the Smart Prints and Vivid Plain
Shades That Everybody Wants
—Every One a New Fashion
—Short Sleeves. •. Sleeveless
—Gracefully Flaring Skirts
—Flattering High Waistlines
—Bright Shades and Pastels
—Any two for $7.90
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Inc.
Shelby, N. C.