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(Name changed from Sylvan Valley News, January 1, 1917.) VOLOME-XXII BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA. FRIDAY, NOVIvMl’.KR IK. 1917. NUMBER-4C. A URGE VINEYARD IN THIS COMMUNITY V. Fontaine and A. M. Vortlcry Form Partnership in (Jrape ('ul- tiire—8000 Plants to be Set Out —Products to be spipped to Northern Markets. A |)!irtnorshi|) in tlu* urain' in^ imlustry 1ms In «'n V. roiituint’ mill A M. X'frt' iv. are tox t fut jil.ii.t-' on a lurjjo sruliv A >t huul bo.vond tlu' railn>(itl \ , in wliu li Mr. FuTitiiini* biui;.rlit u luilf inti rot from Mr. Vfiilcrv. i- I t iiur iitili/.' il for this iu*\v i iiti i pri'-r. Messrs. Kontarx' ati‘1 X’crilrrv plan tn set ttr.t plants— I '' " this full and on niiii t* Tit'\t iiiir (irajH's of tint' vaiii th" lin\t' been chusi'n : Moorf's I'arlv, Lutii'. Cutawba. and MooitV- I>.mh';h1. th(^ last nanit'd bcniLr a whitf Two tlu >u>:ind jilnnts iiii* w tui hand {'or iinin*diatr use. The ])rn(incts n: tl.i' vn \anl will 1)1* shipin'd in ciiv Injui i' f.- to the Nvti'iheni niarl^i ts This indnstrv. t>n it- lar;_M' •' •al\ may ht' regarded as tin- outuM '>v. t h t)f Mr. Fontaiiu' s iircvioas t iTiTts. whirh liave bei-n liiL'li’v nl ati I have •1t'nu>ii>tiatrd tiu j ANNUAL REPORT METNODUT CHURCH Pastor Clives Report Showing; Fine Work Done By All De partments of Church Durin;; I*ast \'ear. At the lasf st rvict' lu'fon* ('onfej'- ( j!et‘. K’t'v \V. I' I’oovev. pastor of f!n> Mcthoilir't t imn li, read tin* an nual rejcrl, wiiicli is hert* suin- inan/.-'d ; 'I'his has been a yi'ar of fovwanl nn>vfTncnt al )ni: all liiu's at the Urrvaid Mothodist chureli. The rhuich was hit s^cd bv a rcvi’.al Mi viee in tho rally ]iart of llu- vrar I'ollowin*; that incetin;,' and •tt t he rcctilav scr\ ici s .'»o nevv lufin hci:' liavt" vt»‘ri\('d. A ltoimI mri'luiLr ha- ji;>t i'l«-M'd at Oak t •?OVt*. 'ri:o nriilay .'ch('.('Is h ive made a v-.coiil Vrar. Aii indfx to this is t'l ! r ^;r( n ;n the ainor.iit that tlu* l>i'i‘\ai>i sc hool has eoii- tnluitrd lonussiitii'—.lO. Tlu‘ l’.^r;Mrs() Krwiii tiiird. \\ nil. Ill > M’S'Ui!i,n V >oiirtv. t(i-j M'.'ta^ses C'aki* Mis T (. U-'thtT with Ih.' i’h.i.'it hras. ha v '.];rl,t !i 'r , ,T| i ; . f. 1 ;i 'i! rt >• , in t he r li M rr i;. PRIZES AWARDED FOR WOMEN’S WUNO SCHOOLS List of Fair Premiums Continued From Last Week; Cooking, Canning, Fancy Work, School Exhibits, Athletics; All Prizes Paid Thursday, November 15. Culinary Department. | varl. tlrst, 25^: .Mary Kimsev, sooiul; Anplf Pi.- .Mrs ’/. W Ni. lmls flr.-.t, .^0.; W lutmirc. (';dvert, tliinl. Mrs ;\ O Kiti iu'ii sfc'oaii, 25i\ Lriiiua rif Mrs '1‘ C (lallo'.vay .S(K-, r.itato Til' Mrs \V L Aiki-n I'lr'^t. .SCc; .Mrs W r Weill Li^ht Hroad Mrs Hdyi'ar. lirst, .Miss Lavri nr Wrilt sccitnd, 2.‘^c. Six Rolls Mrs .\!fr».l Mamiitun first. ,Stk; Mis.> Moilio Hoiid sorand, .Mrs I’ (' Duckworth tliird. I'orn ^h■al Mullins Mrs ’I'homas Pud:;- worth first, rlU; .Mrs (► '1' C'rarv st-c iiad, ('t ilKiwav tirsi. ability ( t mane and elinia'u*. PARTIAL CHANGE IN PASSENGER SGHEQOLE The ]>assrnt:er srhrillilr* od thr rrtinsylvania di\ i'^ion of the Soutli- ern ra’lioad li.-i- i)ern ;'artiallv ehan^ed. *u'( oTtr.ii>: rlVt'ciivr l:.>i Sunday. The eiiiy eliar.L^t ' Tnai'r- wnr !; thii aftrrnoon n-irthltnnnd ii:. i oveiiiii;; so\;thbuvjul trai; stead of 1 o'riork, tlit* train leaves hrre at ’ southbo’.riil arnvrs at of !• .\ i"-\v ])i;ir .-tall-.i at :i . .. ; '>r.>r- • \t ■- v>.!l 1 !.. ■ Mli*;- )Vi !«;. I, t > (ir htrdlirss 'I'll' ■ a!)’ :al The ].a.''trr ;f( ' I .;a:i la- ‘I 1 n !:i- > h'. I t !;a t l;a \'i' ) . ti ‘ t t;i i I'M' 1 Ml 11 I ;;i 1 to witl- no III- b''.ii_'rf i.~ in hiivl. llj> to (• iiitrrrnrr re]iort. r-n.! i \] rct.> tn li a 'j: 1 '( be rrt irnrd. N uinI>r: 1 if in*'iii’x !)>pn by V ,w. ;;■? ; additioHs ■ ■ T. 1 " : rn;' •.i ;n Siit'(!a v : l;i 1 hi. - r.rrva; a lid thr 1 n.'l i rt r . ;• in Sunda v Ii - } addi v 1rt- h (>o], '.I iv »r. I vr 'llrrt lon> ri.iiii Mr> T I) Kn^la.id first..'di- (linj^'t r Siiajis Miss .Mulli ■ il»n)d liist : Mrs () 'I' ( i;!ry "(■'■nnd. 1 ’ntat" Sal.’.d Mr ; C K (t>li‘iriu- f'; iVi r a'.' Mi''> N’ir'd”. a Allis .ii Im ' 5'I.,-. Ch lir'-l f’i'i-. Hi st I ai'd\ ;.!: / \v V h ; Siriii i’xaii.' Mi. II .\ Plar.ia C.ilU-spi.- tl ird. \ t^i-;:li!f So'ip .Mr' \\ r 11. lull.’'-! I lir-t. 5tk; .\lr'- .1 .\ 1m r,-ythi’ s.cciiiid. Mrs I-. I > i’aitrii ’.iiiiii. .t.ir rr« :- ivi . .'It ^ I'ri'l .liilin.-'i-i lirs' 5(h; Mrs Si'l b.in.clt ' ^ nnd, Uf'.'. .'■■irs 'I'oi; Barnr'l lliiid. .U-lh' .Mrs i \\ Sr.iitii tii t Maj) of North .Ann'rica (lladvs Kilpat- liist, : -Mary Kimsev, I iJrevard, .second; Henrietta Siniard, Hrr- vard. third. M;.p rf Transylvai ia Cour.t\ Willie Stroup, ko.^man, first, 25e; Chnrles .Miller, Hrevani, second; (liorj^ia Kinsland, Lake Toxaway, third. riain I’enmansliip N'elli- Richardson, ivosnian, first, .>1; 'alvert pupil second; •)I^a {'(dliiis, Selica, third. I’enmanshii) liy rupj] Tndor Ten Years Nellie Joi'ii'ion. Hrevard. tirst. .'1. Kssa.y on 'I'ransylvania ('ountv N'orma Chaj.n.an, Silica, first. SI; C.ent-va Wi';, .n. Si'lica. si'cond; l.ula ()\v-m, Rosnian. I'lird. ^';:^■hi^ll.-Mailv- jlrtss I'diia L\ dav, 1);;- vidsoa River, tirst, .'^1. OUR HOME DEFENDERS ANSWER THE SUMMONS Local Company of Home Guards Organized Lasf Week—J, W. Burnett Fleeted l.ieiitenant— Twenty-Five Men Selected by National Council of Defense. IK.;;, >b>. Z W Ni.hob \irs 1> 1' .M M)ri- li;st. . T II' .’.id. .Mis S .M .M;.c:':e fii .''i'.' ■.Olid. Jr^v-. Mr- .! S Hort hb and '■ -I ^ i n> iind ad I r-* iLrvo PENROSE Ni K. Mrtiiiiir, ilh- con11Mftor of ; >!rs I! Mis .1 \'. Sniilli is liriniiiiiir •honl holl.-r alt" iiidri d A BRIDAL ALTAR IN SHERIFF'S OFFICE I l)t']u;ty Shenft B. K l’a\t n ha> ! airain. and for the liairt'i t;uir. hri'n callr 1 UI'nTl t'J add t il - h i::; 1 ' climax to a roinanrr of tl;. h. irl,; This last alliancf was eon~:iii,ti::.?rd ; i)V him in thr slu nil 's o!'!:.-. . i;r?i i In* iinitrd b'rnnu* Crafi oi. I 'h-^ Nellie r^tovrt- in mai’ria,;^'r, a. . . id ■ 111^ tn form • d law. j l)otu till- oriitrartin^ jiartir- aif rrsidrnts of • ilonrr^?,.i- tuv. n-Iuii. wlu rr Mr. t'lalt i.*« to]> h.adt !■ fnr Thr ( «itiUfr>trr Lnrnbn '(inn>,in\. ’ Tlu* bride IS a daUL’htrr i.f U, rt | Stovrr, a loadin’ t'lr t iie siinii t i m- pany. t>i-iLMnaHy tin couiilr air .ii , Hreathi’.t emiiitv, K. ritnrky. P.-nir-.' lilLCb ScIu*m; oni’ iiandsonit' n >w : Tirar ri i•']dr 1 m. \\ pron.l of It. 1'iir P.-i t- ' !!i.'iit Assoria- t ."n I; -.'t lit tl.r -^rlici’. hoUsr l'i>t w.'. Ic and I'r-oiuaTr./.rd fur tiu'ir v.intr’-s \\'.rk. 1 w.i-. vny rii- ■'ip. ra u:i li l: to ha\r livv* iirw mii m- brrs. 'I'hr H‘rtn-nu nt Svieirt\- of !*rn- V'’.vill L'ivra tnr rntrrtninnirnt n 'I’ha nl.s L'i vi n rvriiiiiLr. '’I’lir lliLlIl will L'ivrj; ])l:iy. 'I'hvTr 1 i' al.'-o hr '-J irt’f ii" bv ‘joiid sjirak- rr-. at;d nrriy L'r.-d 11r.ni:.'-, ;■ t thr (li.'~r lit w hiidl tl.r i'".iod hidir.s will tuvnis fi'i'-di o\ .'trj >. rrd and strw- rd, cakr ;in;l - ■■ d r. iTn'. (’unir .\ l-'luinmt r m cmid. L',' third. ( acuiahe!’ I'iikKs Mis-- .Majjiif i*c.iv*r tirsI, ; Mi-,'; l-.i.si.- Haws ^e^mid. L'." ■ Mrs \\ 1’ IL nder,'’iii tliini. I’iikhd I’.iits M;-. .'•■ II Kit. 1^ II .Mrs ,1 \\ S:a!lh s.ci r.d. IjFi; Mrs Sid i’.ariiett tinoi. I.arrest N'aMvty «.f ('ai.iuil I'niii aral \'c;/etatil s .Mrs \\ % 1‘dovey fir-t. .'r.s .Ml" r II (laUnw.iy second; .Mis W L .\ikeu Uiird. Ladies’ I ancy Work. ( alii ii '.Uilll 'b> .\anii llaniirmn t’.r>t, .^'*c; .Mis Mary 10 llmy srcoiid. - >rr. 1 iiiui. Si'k Uiiilt Mrs l)clia (lash tirst, I'.niliiuidery Mi^s .Matild.i Wili’.ar tirst. Mr . {.'r.r.i'.’nnrn svi.o:;d Mrs M ,ry Mills ll-,;rd. MisS Maud .Miis.^i tir.'t. sii'i'iid. Mrs !•' .M Spccii’iens (,t 'i'atiii,.; .Minnie .Mlison. iiie\ :.-d, tii >t. ."(I ; .1. s'ae Whitiaire. i?rt- vai.i, srcMiid; (i;..r"Ui \\l.;in’:re. Hri vard. I third. j Sjdeiuiid .-p'ci.ni'iis II! dii s.-niakinp; and I I.nicy work were exhihiti d !iv tl’.e iirevard ■ institule, luit as lii-y nrikt ,i s,i ci.dtv '.f !ressin;..kiii^'; ar.d I'.incy v.oik t!u vdid n:it c •nipel ■ tor j reiniin'is. Atidetifs. I’upils .\!iiivf 11 \ . rs. ^al:! iKi^li 'laine I’.iiiiiaii. li;,:: S. !m.1. !ir t. SI: F S Claik, bi.'ot.il'.' - (i Crarw l’i'\- Si h'i'il. tlii'ti. P-ro.id .liin-p t laine ' 11;,h ^ I !'.!II)1, ‘nst. ;sI M 1 ”1; S ’I'.' I''1. S'H olid; I ('.irinan, Ro;n i n > Cr; t V. !!:. vard S Clark. i’.:c\ard In titulv, I'-.ird. 'li”li liin-.p C.aiiie I b;;h .''I’l.o'd, >ir-1, ; 1 I nil’ • !■ IM' rariniiii, Iv S I i .1 k, r.; e ( iirpenir.’ .Mrs Sid r.arnctl lir-t and rvirvbrdv and have a od w it]! us, 'I hr ])i oer\ls i! tlu ].. r will ;.M tiiw.ard inakif)'' llinr Min tlU' BREVARD INSTITUTE NOTES Prof. Tiowhridj^rr i> in Ash.rvillr attending tin* W estern North ’aio- hna confert‘Uce. tu.w m srvsimi. (’laud Mr('raw sj>riit .'^nnda.y at '"anil) Srvier with Ahnarene Mo raw, dent. b:;ildi!i'_r e. »in}di't!’. I *1 (if I’.iirlrr ha> inovrd h ily to l)r. Lydny's ri-«idenc('. Mr and Mrs. \V. .'■i. Lankford have ju^t rrtunird from a pleasant visit til Spartanbur*jr. Tlu y visitrd ■Mr 1’ II. I..mkford. who is a rr of Mr. W.S. Lankford, C'r.'ci'.elin'j; ?(>e; .Iordan third. I'rawn Wor second. j T itlin^ .Miss I.aura ('onncly lirs*. ,^i'c. 1 H ind Tail.till I’iciiires .Mis D L Kn;.;- ■ lish lirsi. .'lit.; .Mi.'S Nell l'oi.s;,lhc second. ; .Mrs W !-^ roov«-y third. ! Sofa rillow .’.b.' R S r.o\d;iist .^('c; am- .Mrs ('ha.pnian ()rr s' Com! L’.'c. I \\ ork Ikio Mrs .\hied liamjiton tirst. I .^he; .Mrs Hetty .McHonalil 'ccond, '25c. ! l^iudoir Cap .Miss Hessie .Marshall first. ! ,^hc; .Miss l.ouise I’atton seceiid, 2.^c. i Knit led Lace .^^^s I 'annie RolKrl.-on )roth- tirst, .^Uc; .Mrs .M i^^ic .loaes N-'cor.d, L’.^c; 1 .Miss Cora C.iotran third. Institute. M I vard lli;.;h S. li ol, th;i.l. I’npils I'luiei ' 1 Ye.Us (lid. Ih'l ^ ard ha.sh Tranth. m. !Ir(\ard Ibirh Srho.il, first. .1: Carl l\\-et e. r.re\ard bistituti', se> ond; Willie ili nton. Rosn.an 1!i;.^li St hoo!, ! h 1: d. i!ro.'.d .lunij.' .\ 'I'i ant r.,ini. Bre\ ard Iliid; Si liool, first. .■!; Willie ileiUon, Kos- laan iliuh Scho(d. sei-ond. ili,L;h Juni!) .\nthoav 'i'ranlhani, iire- vaid Hij.'li Schoni. tirst. .>1; \\ illii Rosnian Hi^h Schoi.j, second. La'j'rst .'itteiaiarsce per 'enf of eiiroll- nicnt hv school at fair, I’en'ose Ili^h School, ,s,^ . MCCALL-TINSLEY A branch of the :i'th divisioti of llotm* (inards was orirani/.od at tlu‘ rooTns (if tiir IJrcvard (’Ifib la^t Friday ni;;ht by the (‘niolhiu'tit ot li.') rejiresentativc men from this Community as incmbnrs of the body and by the (dectuin of.I. \V. Bur nett as first lieutenant. 'JMie men who were srlertcd by thi^ (’our.cil for National I »cfense. art* as foil >ws : .1. \V. liurn(.*tt, (’. B. Osbortu-, .\L IV Brodio, d. i:. Waters, \V. K, Bree.-‘. U(dn‘rt(»rr. Krcd .lohnsoii, 1*. Ji. (lalbiway, M. M. Cliajiman, •L S. Silverste(*n, ',V. W. ('roushorn. K. P'. W’ellman, K. I’atton, jr , .lohn (), ('antrrll, Ii. .1. Sitton. ' ('. ^‘onirue, .1. A. Mill. r, jr., .1. Allison, S F, Alii ■ in, 1\, K. M'dTett. C. K. Orr, B iK avi r \l I. (ia>h, M. l)>>_\lr. I-'. 1'. Siia!o»o. 'idle mrrnbrrs of the ^uard. a> now iii.-.C.t'.itrd, air above thr national scli'ctivt dralt aur—their aurs ' aTi'.;!!!"' ironi to I.', \;,;rs 'I'h.'v Will lie ill' 1 1 : ai in ii:c il. n- dri'.inviih' e. i?';p;iny, and irj.-ct to call from tlu' eaplain of that coiiipany ; but locally tiiey willeon- .->tituti! an indepriidriit ciinpany, coniinaiide I by Mr. iJiiinrtt. ( >iir oth. r local llh .T has lu-rn ap{)ointrd by Mr. Hururtt, w h» v. iii a Iso a p])->1 nt "th'r. 'I'iiis ifiierr is .1 A. .Milh'r, jr.. lir.-st srrij;eant. .1. Sllvi-l>trrn has • iV. !- d the r;p]'( r li'iiir nt tlir taiiiiri-y a.' a inrrt'.nu a;i(i til dlirii; placr tvirihr roinpany, and theri* the nirri w;li a.-si inllr r VI I'. 'I'hursday nii^ht for milit ir',’ d.rill, i !ii> j.darr ha^ ap- pro.xinia ! riy n ari'r ol tin r >;Kire ai:d I'. i.-; ( lal a'l Vii.ta^rs fi ir tiaiiiihii Work. .Mr. lininrt:, rlrctrd lir.-t lirtitrn- ai'iiiind I'lc.-il c iinin mdini; ol’ii rr. iias li.'id thr advanta>.'( ut military trainin;,', whiidi was laken in his c. dleirr Course. 'I'he (oirstMii of unddrniiiiir the men is one .f ;^reat importaiirc. I'»vrrnor li'ckrtt has _;iven assur ance that lit* Will endr.ivor to Iiave :in appropriation made by thr l -ii- ’.iT.ton, i^kitiire for this jiurjiose. In tlu‘ iiu‘::ntinuv it has been drculrd t > ap]i!y to thr rity and c lunty ollicials for the funls needed, on the condition that if tiie h-:.'islatUi-e nuikrsihe ajiiirojiriation. the city APPEAL TO WOMEN OF TRANSYLVANIA Wool Sweaters Badly Needed By Men in Camp Transylva nia W’omen Should Knit Sweaters and Socks for Tran sylvania Boys—W'ool Offered At Lowest Price. Rosman llrcv ird ,rd llifdi nan ard Miss Bertha Mrt'all oi' Srlira and .1.11 'rin>lrv of Bievard were mar ried last Sabbath at o'ehud; ]). m. at the honit* of the biide's ])arents. ,\lrs. 1’. L. Surrrtt is just in re-I Honey Thomas Doilsworlh first, l^L .1 ceipt of a letter from b'.y 'ov Snrrett. I|i> her soldiiT i *' second. is at ('umj) Schot)! Fxhibits. his brother, ' •hick.son, has ^'ain.-d in wei^-ht and | Art Work Hrevard Institute tirst. $1; toj rnri' stu- doin'; line. j I'alvert second; Selica third. I K. li. Clavtou will be s'.t years of | Sewing and Fa.ncy Work Hrevard lli.-di Tom iJilhird was in over Sufuhiy visiting* Frank, wlu.) was theie ..n a tur- lou^h from (J'amti .Snevi n, in (ir(ii - ijia. Mii^s Ma'^daleiie I'ailiani s;iriit tht! week * iHi tn Aslie\i!le, r» tuiii- in}? Monday ni^ht. Miss Louis‘ Williams visi'(*d her parents at l^ake Toxaway ovt>r Sun day. The Cnlture riuh met :it .‘he lu- rftitute Monday evening'- TJds or- •»aniz'ith»n is made up (»f the teach- "^Itartan bur;^ fe'*’days and is wrMrirj; a lhivi!sun River second; his brother, hioad smile, eon^ratulatiuj^ himstdf | iliiuL I’riniarv Work that he lias everything; housed uji tnr the winter. We ho]K* Dr. T.,yduy and family are enjoying their new’ homi* in lir.;\ard. We miss them so much from our community. A NEW HOUSE BUILT FOR I UNDERTAKING BUSINESS A r«'w lu>us(* for the niulertakint' ors of the high scliool and ,'he In-1 Imsiness of K'ilpatrick and Son is stitute and a few outsi ’ ■ rn A short study oi Nort ■ l poets was followed hy a s when games, ’charadt s, played. Ligl»t refrtshin. T.t "jerved. ; I r I'l) rr Ti U‘ ap]iroacliiii;.' marriage was k ‘{)t a secret from their many friends. The tjride is a dauj^liter of Mr. and Mrs. W. (’. Mc(’all of Scduai, and her ru-atness, mode''tv and re- tinemefit eiiuip her li-r a sph'tidid ludj)mi‘(*t. The ^room is a sou of Mr, aud .Mrs. .loi* Tifisley. also of Leliea, who has madt* ;ood n\ the spiri tual and temporal TeaJni. Throuj'h his iMier^y and economy lu* has addl'd to our town a haiulsomo (-room bungalow. At the (dose of tlie eereiuony the quests were invited iffto the dinin*' room when- a bountiful dinner \t-as Kxhihits of .Maps and ('Iiarts Hre\ard , v«-d, alter which tlu^ bridal !Ii!;h Sihool tir.st. .*?!; Rosman Migii Scho.^l jiarty depnrted for tlu'ir nice aiid second; Toxaway third. i comfortable honu' in Jirevnrd. (•eneral hducational l.xhiait Hy Any j May this ])rouiisiTi; youn>; couj)l(* llioh School Brevard Institute lirsl. .$1;i;in-do!n of Hrc^ard Ih-h School second; \ liml iU ‘""niral Kilu.Mtional fchibit |th- ..vorlastinK thHt hrst. .?1; Ci.lvc-rt Selica third. j * • ^ {'lencral Kducational Lxhihit I5y .\ny | Rural School Calvtrt iirst, Svlica sec-1 Coun'y A^ent R. VI. liawerence, Olid; Davidson River t‘ i>l. and ciuinty will be reimbur A co!nmitt*‘«‘ was appointed to make this ajijilc.-ation. This committee consists i;f .1. S. Silvrrstccn, .1. A. Milirr, .Ir., B, Sisters of 'I’ransylvania, how many of you arc* knitting for the boys in canij)? M or(' than a hundred youu^^ men havo uone from our (!ounty into the- army, and there (iiijiht to fie mon tiian a hundred eweaters and rnuf Hers, mon* than V"o pairs of homf'- kuit wo(den socks rtrady ri^ht now to send tlieii'. Perhajis y(ju have sent vour hoy a s'.v«-ater- I’eeha]*'^ you are knit tin^' one now f-u- the lied ('ro.ss Perhaps yoti are iuteiidin;: {.» knif. but you haven't LTot -.t.arted yet •lust ri'iiH rnbrr one thin;'—\vt ha veii’t any timr to lose! Winter Ini'S eoine, the boys iu tlie camps need all the warm thui’^'s wr can >end. Tile Krd (’ro.-^ is (biiim its lii'.'t, b'lt T" 1 haps thry hav.-ii t round to vo;ir boy yrt Are you u'oin^ to ^it still ai;d h. hi your i.a:i(N ana ].■; L;.,i siiiver; !.*o!, t Voil think ’■ l.-> l;p to Vi'U t'. 't-nd him his s.\t it, r froh iiome.' We 'I’ransylvaiiia women I v.’ludiu'r We belontrtothe Red ('rr-v i or not, oni^ht to bi- ;i Mr to makr ti I hufidred s >vra i-.'r." f. i- our boys br- fore ('hristmas- We can srivl then; thos-' first sw(‘at('rs o'ij'srlvcs, tc. !;erj) them wa:ni until thry ai>- ready to ;j:o acro.'S the ocean. Tha’ may br sooiiei- t han :;:;y of ii- r\ !rc;. »'nee tliey arr on ;he othri >ule, we won't b:- ablr to rra' h them. I’he Krd ( 'i'ii>s will ha vt* to supply them with iirw s.veatev' and socks u i'rn the tir.'-t ones ar. worn out. Let us send them wha* Wi; can v. hile wr can. I’l-rhaps V'lu ai'e Vvii'i!;i^ t'Tiouirh to kniT, but Can't t aiiv w«jol That's a problrin wt* h.ave all bevu w’oi'rvin*.; ov»“r. liut theie s a way to .-rttlr It if Wr all L'rt loLM'ther and do our brst. L d us call onr- s;dvrs the (Jrt 'roi,^efht*r Family of J ransylvailia eoufity, and invit'' i*verv' wom-in to l.elp- There are >everal ways of iiettin;^ woolyaMi—we c.iu buy ir. or have ir ^iven to us. '^J'liose of us who can at’ford t", ou;'ht to buy it. We oimht to roL't'fher anil .‘fuy a lot of it at the wholesale priee. becausi. even so it costs about to mak ' ..,.,1 1 a sweater, and cents t',) make a, ])!iir (jf so ks. Sunu* of i;s have al ready oi-dert*d a l it of wool yarn. !-.nd Messrs H. A. I’lunim.-r and *. L. Lrwin have kindlv oiVered t-' DeaVi'r, J 1 )ovh*. M. Allison aud MR. SETZER MOVES TO BREVARD Selica first, .$1; Calvert second; Brevard tl’.ird. .1, W. ^’etzer, forfuerly of ('lare- nunit, has purchased the llt'nderson hoU'C near tiie Franklifi, and 1 is family moved lu*re a few days a^’o. Mr. t/.er was until reemtlv en- i^a^ed in mercantile business at (.’larcfuont, Tuit sold out his bu«.i- noss there*, and is now in chari^e id' a commis.sary for the Blue Kidt;e ]»ower jilant on (ireen Uiv(.*r. lie decided to make his honu* here, though hi> present business will ri- (luire miudi of his jrersonal atti'ii- tion tdsev. her*’, Mr. SetiCtT has been for st)uie time a subscriber to this ]) .prr. THE EGGS THAT HATCHED THE GOLDEN CHICKENS In addition to winniui; first pri/.e of for a ])air cd Bulf b j.in^tons. seven months tdd, eKhibifrd at the Individual Pri/es. Hest Map ot' North Carolina K(iward heini' erected alongside ]>resei.t (quarters. The* new huihiini' will hi; ni«ilo of concrete blocks i.nd liie . ^5,; wm. work is nnder churf^e of Da\ iil Oi r.. lijns, Rosman, sccoail; Annie Zachary, Cal- A. coW^lo stone foundation was laid , vert, third. >y Charles Ivilpatiick, | .Map of United States Dewey Mull, Brc- j wlio has I et*ii about much |n th» | ‘ounty Fair, Blantmi Mifi liell sold county, recently ('xjiresscd the con-j another pair, liatched from thes;iine jfident bc'lief that wheat sowing in setting for another >?r>. the county was lOu per pent great er this fall than at any previous time. He believes that now is the time to baild a good roller null. In the ancient fable, tlu* hen laid a golden egg. In this modern in stance, these were the oggs that hatched the golden chicks. (’. M. ' some more at the lowt'st j)os- si!)ie ])ric»‘. If youaretroing to buy any, either for your ow?i boy, or togi\e to a neighbor whos(* boy yon are thinking about, let us know i at once, so we can order it for you. We will Send you the direction' 'with the yarn, and you will timi I the slei*vi‘less sweater easy to make j if you know b .w to knit- j How many of yon can knit socks^ j And how many of yt-u h:ive hank* I of home s])un yarn on hand that I you can nst* right nowV (^et busy, i Ytuir boy's fert will 3e mucdi w:ir I mer in the home knit sor ks tiian in ! the ones the govcrinnent buysfr()i! a factory. 'o;ue, n.)w, let the (Jet Tog-.^tlier family beixin to work. Buy some wool ! liuy cTunigh for two sweat ers if you c:iu afford to, and give half to yor lu-ighbor. If y(.>n bav.* no boy in cam;'—tio son or br(dher or husbatui or sweetheart — knit a swe:iter or a pair of socks for a fru'nd. All 'i’rii.nsylvania county mnst stand tiehind oar boys. .\nd the (Jet Togetlu*r family must wake np and hu'-t!v', .\ hetlier you live in Brevard, or Kosman, or Pisgah Forest, or np at Toxaway, get to gether and get busy ! MUS. FiTt'H T.wlou, Mrs. (). L. Erwin, Miss Axkjk Coloock. I

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