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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, January 22, 1931, Image 5

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BREVARD TEAMS WIN IN ROSMAN GAMES By a score of 17 to 14 th? Brevard High School Blue Devil basketball team, in their second game of the' season defeated the Rosman five last, Friday evening. The game was played in the Roaman gymnasium before at crowd that packed the room almost to . the point of suffocation. The Blue Devil quintet took the lead in the first quarter, but were soon overtaken by inspired rivals. The Rosman team fought gamely and three times passed the score of the BJue Devils. Victory was almost en tirely due to superior guarding and teamwork- Whitmire and Eldridge, center and forward respectively took advantage of the few breaks and were high scorers for Rosman. The Roeman quint was leading in | the third quarter, but the speedy ( Hashes of teamwork of Brevard and the excellent shooting of Paul and Joo Schachner and McCall enabled them to nose Rosman out in the fourth. The line-up: / Rosman (14) (17) Brevard RF White ' J. Schacher LP Eldridge McCall C Whitmire Batson RG Panglo P. Schachner LG Calloway Payne f Substitutions: Rosman, Fitzgerald for Eldridge, Fitzgerald for Gallo- j way, Eldridge for White; Brevard, Clayton for McCall. Referee, Cline; , scorers, Whitmire and Lance; timer, Sumeral. Brevard Girl t Win By Big Score t The Brevard High School girls team scored an even greater defeat over their rivals than did the boys, de- 1 feating the Rosman team by a score of 10 to 8. 1 The Brevard team, by superb use . of teamwork, managed to gain the lead in the first few moments of play, a lead which they held through- , out the game. The Rosman sextet played a fast game and led the Bre- j vard girls a njerry chase for their victory. j Capt. Nicholson of Brevard played j a splendid game, scoring eight of the j total sixteen points. " Townsend and Pirkelsimer rating the others. Guards ( Snelson, King and Johnson did their j share of" the work and kept the Rob man girls out of shooting range. j L. Galloway and Bettie Nelson were stars for the Rosman team, f slipping through the keen-eyed guards t for difficult shots. | The line-up: j Rosman (8) (16) Brevard v SF 1 Galloway L , . Pickelsimer j LF j Nelson Nicholson CF ( Galloway Townsend r CG Watkins Snelson t RG 1 McCall King LG if White Johnson \ Substitutions: Rosman, Lee for L. ! Galloway; Brevard, Norton for John- - j son, Johnson for Snelson. Referee: ;i Cline; scorers, Whitmire and Til son; timer, Sumeral. I, Mature Thought of i \ Everything 1 Nature thought of everything when the human body was made. When tha body is about to become 31, nature planned danger signals to warn us. Thus, if our children grind their teeth when they sleep, or lack appetite, or suffer from abdominal pains, or itch about the nose and fingers, we should know that they may have contracted worms. Then, if we are wise, we buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge and ?afely and surely expel the worms. Thus we avoid the danger of venr serious trouble. White's Cream Vermifuge oosts 0&ly35cabottle,andcaabebougntfrom DAVIS-LONG DRUG CO. \9?eiwnaA Miss Williams of Washington, D C., who is spending the winter with Mrs. Mary Hampton Mills has re turned here after after spending the past two weeks with her brother in Washington. Mrs. John Hudson and daughter Martha Lee of Baltimore, M<L, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Breese. Miss Reubenia Nicholson has re turned to" the Plummer Co., after a vacation of two weeks. Dr. J. M. Tatum has accepted a position with Ekerd's Drug Co. in Asheville. Mr. Frank Collins of Little River underwent a tonsil operation Tues day at the office of Dr. Charles New land. Mrs. Alec Patterson of Henderson ville is visiting Mrs. L. Pushell. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Wilson made a business trip to Asheville Tuesday. W. E. McQuire of Asheville, was a business visitor in Brevard Tuesday. Mr. Seas of Balfour was in Bre vard Monday on business. L. D. Martin and John Cantrell spent Monday in Asheville. Joe Tinsley and family have moved to the Jordan house on Jordan St. Mr. W. H. Harris has been very ill at her home recently. Mrs. Roland Fisher of Quebec was in Brevard Saturday. Mrs. D. Scruggs and son of Toxa way were shopping in Brevard Satur jay, Mrs. Marsh Holliday of Penrose spent Monday in Brevard." Mrs. A. 0. Kitchin and daughter Miss Reba were in Asheville Friday. Miss Margaret Milier was a week jnd visitor vith friends in Charlotte. Mr. Jim A'lison of Gainesville, Ala., returned to his home this week ifter visiting his mother, at the Virginia Lodge. Mrs. Fred Miller and son Henry ire visiting relatives in Raleigh. Mr. LeRoy Case of Swannona was i business visitor in town Monday. Mr. Frank Henry has as his guest VI r. Roger Sutton of Franklin. I Albert Kilpatrick of Christ School ipent the week end with his parents, 1 Ur. and Mrs. D. Kilpatrick. Mrs. Roy Canipe and son are visit ng Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Sledge. Carl Kilpatrick who has been crit cally ill in the Aston Park Hospital Asheville, is expected to return to his iome Wednesday. ? Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Clement of Greenville were visitors in Brevard Sunday with Mr. F. D. Clement. Mrs. Cos Paxton of Greenville wa* n Brevard Monday. Harry Sitton and Charles Cunning lam spent the week-end in Monroe, C. Oate Bryson of Selica, who has been 11 with pneumonia, is said to be some vhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Schachner and son ?aul visited relatives in Gastonia Saturday. Mr. W. H. Underwood was in Charlotte Saturday. He was accompa lied by his son Ralph. Misses Gladys English and Eliza leth Ramseur were shopping in Char otte Saturday. Mr. Julius Hinton is visiting his ather A. N. Hinton in Sylva, this veek. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Miller and sons rohn and Glenn visited relatives in iVaynesville the past week-end. Miss Ruth Cunningham spent the veek-pnd with Miss Ruby Whitmire it Selica. , . ... Mr. Charles Cunningham is visiting lis sister Mrs. G. H. Lovy at Nor wood, North Carolina. Mr. Charlie McCrary motored to Gireenville, S. C. Sunday. Mr. Edward Bullock has gone to South Carolina where he has ac :epted a position. Mrs. Pete Moungrides and two chil dren, Sarah and Mary Frances of Clfiton Forge, Virginia, are visiting the formers mother, Mrs. Zeb Burrell "Pug" Hinton has returned from Bradenton and Ft. Myers, Fla., where he has been for the past two weeks. Misses Elizabeth Shipman and Nancy Macfie of Converse College, are spending this week here with their respective parents. TRAVEL BY TBAH it ?? ! THE MOST RELIABLE VHfi MOST C0MF0RT7?11' ? ? i I ? ? ? Society News and Club Activities I I B. & P. WOMEN'S CLUB ENJOYS SOCIAL WITH MRS. NEW LAND Mesdames C. L. Newland and L. Pushell and Misses Jeanette Talley I and Beatrice Daniels were hostesses I to the members of the Business and Professional Women's Club at a card party last Thursday evening at the ,home of Mrs. Newland. Bridge and , Heart's Dice were the featured games of the evening. A short business session was called at the conclusion of the games after .which a delicious salad course was j served. ENJOYABLE BIRTHDAY PARTY f I GIVEN BY LITTLE MISS HART j Little Miss Marie Hart, small I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hart I of Little River, celebrated her sixth I birthday with a delightfuf little birth- : day party on last Saturday after- 1 noon. \ | Among the little guests present 1 were: Norman and Melvin Hamilton, Mary Howell, Paul Patterson, Harry and Helen Pickelsimer, Dorothy and Newton Pickelsimer, Annie and Louis ' Miller. | After a jolly time spent in opening j and looking over the gifts presented j by her friends, the little hostess in vited her guests into the dining room < where delightful refreshments were served by Mrs. Hart. The table was lovely with a color scheme of red and < white, with favors of tiny red and white baskets filled with white pop- | corn and red candies, and in the cen- j ter of the table the white birthday cake with six candles, all making a pretty picture greatly enjoyed by the ] small guests. ( After enjoying the delicious re- ] freshments and cutting the birthday t cake, they returned to the living room i where games were played and stories 1 read until a late hour. i ' .j1 BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB 1 , MEETS WITH MRS. MORRIS The first of the new series of meet- ' ings to be held at the homes of indi- . vidual members of the Business and Professional Women's Club was held , with Mrs. N. Morris who was assisted . by Mrs. L. Pushell, Mrs. D. L. Eng- , lish and Miss Beatrice Daniels. The business session was presided l over by the president, Miss jeanette Talley. Routine business was trans acted. Guest speaker of the evening was the Rev. Paul Hartsell, who made a ' very interesting talk on the Bible as the Book of Books, discussing it from * a literary standpoint. The Monthly Bulletin of the club I activities was distributed, the editors . of the month being Miss Alma Trow- 1 bridge and Miss Virginia Mason. A short social hour was enjoyed * during which time the hostesses serv- E ed refreshments. WEDNESDAY CLUB MEETS ] , WITH MRS. LONG J The Brevard Wednesday Club met in regular session at the home of Mrs. Roy Long the afternoon of January 14th. Owing to the illness pf members, or their families, only eleven members were present. Mrs. J. Mac Allison reported that the committee in charge of the U. D. C. Library had consented, upon the request of the Wednesday Club, to send all discarded books suitable for ? the use of prisoners, to our county jail. Upon request, Mrs. 0. L. Erwin gave a report of the welfare meeting ; held Tuesday night, Jan. 13th in the interest of unemployment in this j 'county. A letter from the chairman ! of the board of Associated Charities was read expressing thanks for the prompt and generous support of the club to that cause. ; The program was presented by Mrs. W. E. Breese and was of es pecial interest to women, giving a connected history of the entrance of women into public life. Beginning with Lucy Stone and the story of the obstacles she had to overcome to even gain entrance to a college, and the struggle to .overcome prejudice against women in governmental af fairs, Mrs. Breese finished by intro ducing Mrs. Florence Allen of Ohio, first woman to be appointed to the ibench of the Supreme court. The pro igram was not only very interesting but most encouraging to all women abreast with the times. Charles Morgan of Mars Hill Col lege, is spending several days this week in Brevard with his parents, fol lowing compleiton of semester exam inations. NOTICE State of North Carolina Transylvania County. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT C. C. Orr Plaintiff V Heirs at Law of J. R. Clark, Deceased, as follows: Charlie Asheworth, Mrs. Jane Hamilton and all other persons claiming interest. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION The defendants above mentioned and all other persons interested will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Su perior Court of Transylvania County, North Carolina, to foreclose on a tax certificate on real estate issued by the Sheriff of Transylvania County to the County of Transylvania and en dorsed by said County to C. C. Orr; and the said defendants will further take notice that they are required to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Transylvania County, in the courthouse in Brevard. North Carolina on the 28th day of February 1931, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or he plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded, in the said complaint Dated this the 21 day of Jan. 1931. OTTO ALEXANDER, Clerk of the Superior Court. 4tp J22-29|F6-12 PENROSE SCOUTS OH CAMPING TRIP Penrose Troop Girl Scouts enjoyed an oversight camping trip recently, using one of the pretty Keep Kool Rabins. Members carried provisions, and excellent meals were prepared and enjoyed. Although the weather was unusually cold, the Scouts were most comfortable about the big fire kept going in the cabins. Among those who enjoyed the trip were: Misses Alma Talley, Dorothy Talley, Lessie McGuire, Marie Caset Eva Case, Nina Lou Rustin, Beatrice (iroen, Hazel Green, Mrs. Callie Tal ley, Sylvia Lyday, Fleeto Freeman, Helen Osborne, and the Troop cap tain, Mrs. Russell Boyd. CLASSIFIED ADS j ft. , ? ? ? | WAN7\EZ>White woman for cook and general housework. Must be exper ienced, and come well recommended. Apply No. 236 West Main St. J22t I FOR SALE ? Five room house, run ning water, lights. Four acres land. About six miles from Brevard on hard surface road. Inquire News of See. F22-29p GILLESPIE'S STORE will pay 70c in trade for good corn per bushel. VICTOR RADIOS . . Victor Phono graphs . . Victor Records . . If it's a Victor, it's good. For nU at Houston's Furniture Store. M12tf " PROTECTION " For face and hands on these chilly lays use Beauty Cream. Get a cem ilimentary package any Saturday in Fanuary by presenting this advertise nent Brevard Pharmacy, Jesse B. ? Pickelsimer, Ph.G., Prop. thrn J ? NEWEST MAJESTIC RABIOS at C Houston Furniture Company, Bre rard. Guaranteed no "A-C num." Dl high class Radio at a reasonable priee. Jly 81tf ?IRE WOOD, Stove Wood, Kindling. E Sand and Gravel. Trunks and ~ Baggage and general hauling. Rates p eascnable. Siniard Transfer Co. 'hone 118. Aug 18 4tc y 1ENTAL WORK done for corn or any kind of Produce. Will allow you ,bove the market price. Dr. McLean V ANTED ? Every one interested in ci Radios to call and see the wonder- V ul Atwater-Kent Radio. Hear it and t< ec.jt at the Houston Furniture com* a >any's store. JIBtfc ii d jOST ? Between Toxaway and Blan- B tyre, 330 Remington Automatic r< 'istol. Finder please return to any ii tostmaster between Toxaway and di ilantyre. Herman McCall JIB' m NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under and by virtue of power and authority contained in that certain deed of Trust, dated December 1st, 1927, aftd recorded in Book 1, Page 1, Transylvania County Registry, and executed by E. L. Simms and wife, to the Citizens Nationai Bank of Ral eigh, N. C., Trustee, default having been made in the payment of the in debtedness secured thereby, whereby the e&tire. amount of said indebted ness became due and payable and de mand having been made by the holder of said notf upon the trustee nam?d therein to advertise and sell the prop erty described in said deed of trust, the undersized will offer for sale for :ash at public auction at the Court house door in Brevard, Transylvania county, N. C., at noon on Wednesday, February 18th, 1931, the following described real estate: All that certain lot or parcel of tand lying and being in Brevard township, Transylvania County, North Carolina, more particularly de scribed as follows: Beginning on a stake on the west margin of Caldwell street, Mrs. J. M. rhrash's southeast corner and runs North 66 1-2 deg. west 136 feet to a (take in the line of lot No. 17 of laid lands as represented on map be ow mentioned; then with the line of ot No. 17 south 31 deg. west 88 feet o a stake, corner of lot No. 15 on aid plot; thence south 60 1-2 deg. a st 138 feet with line of lot No. 15 o a stake on the west margin of Caldwell street; then north Z9 1-2 leg. east with the margin of said Jaldwell street 100 feet to the begin ling. Being lot No. 16 of the lands of ? A. Galloway as laid on a map of aid land made by A. L. Hardin and egiatered or platted in Book No. 28 t page 78 of the deed records of Transylvania County, N. C. This lot is bounded on the north by he lands of Mrs. J. M. Thrash; on be west by lands of J. M. Kilpatrick; n the south by Pisgah Realty Com any; on the east by Highway No 8, known as Caldwell street in the !ity oi Brevard, N. C. This 12th day of Jan. 1931. North Uarolina. Bank and Trust Company, Trustee, Successor to Citizens National Bank of Raleigh, N. C., Trustee, ly JOHN P. STEDMAN, Vice Pres. 'erms of Sale? Cash. 1ace of sale ? Courthouse door, Bre ard, N. C. Time of Sale ? Noon, Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1391. J15-22-29-F5 JMc. NOTICE By virtue of the power given in a srtain deed of trust executed by L. 7. Summey and wife Ethel Summey ) the undersigned trustee to secure jrtain indebtedness mentioned there i, which deed of trust is dated 13 ay of Oct. 1927 and registered in tok 21 at page 181, deed of trust | scords of Transylvania county, said idebtedness having become due and efault- having been made in the pav lent, and all notices as required in ?aid deed of trust having been five* to the maker* of Mid note and deed of trust to make good the paymeot an 4 default not having been made good, and the holder of aaid note having de manded that tlw lfwffl duaibn in mid deed of trust be lold to satisfy aaid indebtedness and cost of sale. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Court House Door in tfe* town of Brevard, N. C. on Saturday, Feb. 14 1931 at 12 o'clock noon all the following described land. Beginning on a small Spanish oak on the west side of the public road leading from Rosman to Old Toxaway and W. H. Summey's corner running a northernly course with said pub lic road 60 feet to a stake; thence westerly parallel with W. H. Sum mey's line about 276 feet to bend of branch near a large chestnut stomp near the bank of branch to a stake; thence a southernly course to the branch; thence down and with said branch to W. H. Summey's maple cor ner ; thence with his line to the be* (Tinning. This 14 day of Jan. 1931. T. C. GALLOWAY, True tee. VCM 4t J22-29F5-'.2 NOTICE State of North Carolina Count y of Transylvania. Having qualified as executor of the estate of M. M. Bryant, deceased, late of Transylvania county, N. C., this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of the de ceased to exhibit them to the under signed executor, Rosman, N. C., on or before the ?3rd day of January, 1932, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons in debted to said estate please make im mediate payment This the 22nd day of Jan. 1931. A. Af. WHITE, Executor of the Estate of M. M. Bryant, deceased PJ22-29|F6*12-19-?6 SAMBO'S PHILOSOPHY; "Some folkses git tithed WU> THUS'ASM, ao' u heap mo* for 4ft LACK o- hit" RE-POSSESSED Roman Ranges?Heaters an Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Slightly used, but in first class condition, serviceable as when new, to be sold at Extremely Low Prices We want to clear up and clean up on all of these things that have been used, in making room for our big ship ments of new Furniture, and will sell these at Extremely Low Prices To know just how extremely low the prices are you should come in, see the Stoves, Ranges and Cabinets, and then see the low price on them. NOW IS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVE EVER HAD TO OBTAIN SUCH GOOD ARTICLES AS THESE Houston Furniture Co. "PEOPLE'S HOME FURNISHERS"

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