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\THE PRJYER COMER
(Read St Luke 10:26-37) ,
One of ii\fi Great Truths declared
fey The Incarnation of Jesus Christ
was The Oneness of Humanity. Jesus
Christ was made man. He was not
* man only but The Man. In Him
*11 humanity was centered, therefore
sirery man has a holy relationship to
Kim, and consequently all men. have
a relationship one to the other. St.
Paul declared at Mars Hill, "God
lath made of one blood all nations of
?ten for to dwell on all the face of
the earth." My neighbor is my broth
er, ar\d neighborliness is not confined
to nationality, nor yet to near assoc
iation. The man of Africa or China
m my neighbor just as much as tha
van who lives near me, or the man
who work? by nfy side. Christianity
wveals just that Truth concerning
Read St James 2:14-20
" Neighborliness demands service.
Christianity is not only essentially
snselfish, it is active. It is a life
as well as a belief. Its first quality,
derived from God Himself is Love,
and Love cannot be confined. It. may
wary in intensity, and in method of
expression, but it cannot be regulated
fey personal preferences so often
faulty. Frederick W. Robertson de
fines Love as "the desire to give, and
the desire to bless." Sincere desire
look ; for a way to express itself, and
nev, r fails to find some need. Not
jnly is indifference contrary to the
Ch istian Spirit ? it is an impossi
bility. Hence the Blessedness of the
Example of Christ who went about
doing good. As we cannot separate
. in thought or worship. Christ from
ri?c Cross, so we cannot separate Him
from works of mercy. We are limit
ed in t.:ue and space, but we are un
limited in desire, ia intercession, in
opportunity. And the joy of it is
that any help given to any one at
any time, in Christ's name, touches
the whole of humanity."
"1 have read of a child whose des
titute mother was trying to shelter it
front the winter's blast. They had
gotten in a stack of stray and were
fortunate enough to find an old barn
door, which they had pulled over
their dry nest. As the sleet and rain
6eat upon the door, and the wind
bowled through the dark night, the
3ttle one snuggled close, and putting
ier hand to her mother's cheek, for
she could not see her, she whispered,
"Isn't God good, mother, to give us
tins warm bed tonight? And aren't
you sorry mother, for the poor peo
?jfe out in the rain and the dark?"
Read 1 John 4:11-21
St. John is startling in his declara
tions; but experienced as well as in
fptrntion gives assurance of their
truth. Love being the Nature of God
divinely manifested by Christ, the in
heritance is actual in spite of human
wilfulness. It is clear folly for any
nan to claim God's love for him and
his love for God, and yet disregard
the m il nf his brothers and sisters.
As well might he try to breathe, and
yet scorn his lungs, as well might he
trv < > seo and vet doubt the existence
?if bis eyes. We deny our inheritance
when we disregard our brothers and
sisters, and doubt the necessity of
Fellowship; we stand in hostility to
the law of nature and science when
we harden our hearts to the cries of
millions? crie3 none the less real be
cause unvoiced in definite language.
But 0 the joy of knowing that God's
Love in us leads to aarvice ! That the
cup of cold water is from God's own
hand moving through ?ur hands! The
consciousness of His Presence comes
through giving and serving as well ??
t hrough worship.
A NEIGHBORLY PRAYER
Our Father God, give me the Neigh
borly heart and the Neighborly hand.
May every soul that touches mine be
it the slightest contact, get therefrom
some good, some little grace, one
kindly thought, one asperation yet
unfelt, one bit of courage for the
darkening sky, one gleam of faith to
brave the thickening ills of life, one
glimpse of brighter skies beyond the
gathering mists, to make this life
worthwhile, and Heaven a surer heri
0 God our Father, we pray that
Thou wouldst bind us to our brothers
and sisters, in deeper and more spir
itual kinship. Teach us how to live
to promote True Neighborliness
among men. Let us remember that
we belong to a great family for hast
Thou not said in Thy Holy Word by
the mouth of St. Paul, "that Thou
hast made of one blood all nations of
men for to dwell on* the face of the
earth, and hath determined the times
ipfove appointed and the bounds of
their habitation"? And may we so
live that the life of all men and wo
men may be enriched, and that the
brotherhood of Nations and of men
shall become real.
Dear Master, help me to live and
to serve, for truly to live is to serve.
I.et me know all men and women ev
ery where as my neighbors, and so
to serve where Thou has placed me,
that my service may be a part of that
great world-wide and age-long ser
vice in which Thou art The Leader.
Amen. ? C. D. C.
NOTICE of Foreclosure
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
in trust from Claud C. Cantrell and
wife, to J. E. Frazier, Trustee (The
undersigned having been substituted
as trustee by decree of court) said
deed in trust bearing date of May 6th
1927 and registered in Book No. 17,
oage 228, record of deed in trust of
Transylvania County, said deed in
trust securing certain indebtedness
'herein named and default having
l>een made in the payment of said in
debtedness and the undersigned hav
ing been requested to foreclose said
deed in trust;
NOW THEREFORE, the under
lined trustee, will on Saturday the
4th day of April 1931, at 12 o'clock
M. in the Town of Brevard, N. C., of
fer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
scribed real property to-wit:
Those two lots set out and describ
ed in said deed in trust aforesaid,
reference being hereby made to said
deed in trust and the record thereof
for a description of said land by
metes and bounds.
Proceeds of said sale to be applied
i upon said indebtedness, cost of sale,
This 4th day of March, 1931.
D. L. ENGLISH, Trustee.
Transylvania County, Superior Court
FOR TRIAL OF CIVIL ACTIONS
April Term, 1931
Monday, April 6, 1931
S nmber Case
5? J. H. Pickelsimer V. Griffin et
7? Sam Kassler V. J. G. Tinaley et
9 ? D. H. Winchester V. T. V. Smith
77? T. A. English V. J. L. Gillespie
20? Hosea Lee V. Baumgarner et al.
Tuesday, April 7
it? C. J. S. Parson V. J. B. S. Mc
23 ? Duke Power Co. V. R. L. Stokes
28 ? Sally Osteen V. Brevard Lig&t
and Power Company.
3t ? C. R. Moss V. R. R. Fisher
Wednesday, April 8
34 ? D. L. English V. R. L. Cansler
34 Vi ? U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty I
Go. V. Board of Education
41? A. F. Mitchell V. J. H. Tinsley
41% ? Milon Nicholson, et al V. E. |
B. Hamilton, et al.
S3? Young Motor Co. V. C. P. Hog
JS'&T. A. English V. R. A. Gillespie
& Susie Jordan
37? U. G. Reeves V. E. H. Duck
Thursday, April 9
106 ? T. A. English V. J. R. Whitmire I
107 ? T. A. English V. J. R. Whitmire
and Betty Whitmire
62 ? McKinney V. Winchester
67? Frank Patton V. Coca Cola Btl. I
68 ? Harkins V. Stokes
68%Annie Mae Waters V. J. H. j
Pickelsimer, et si.
Tt ? Tinsley, et al V. S. R. Owans
79 ? lr. G. Reeves V. A. M. White
Friday, April 10
74 ? G?ode Loftis V. Southern Public 1
Utilities Co. .
IVk? w. s. Ash worth V. C. J. I
39 ? E. Jordan WMttnire V. Jeffer
son Standard l<ife Ins. Co.
88 ? Head V. C. E. Morgan, et aL
108 ? Transylvania Tanning Co. V. |
National Leather Belting Co.
109? Transylvania Tuning Co, V. I
Lazarus & Sons, Incorporated
Saturday, April 11
MOTIONS & DIVORCES
2 ? Standard Motors Finance Corp.
V. Lowe Motor Co.
3 ? C. W. H^ndrix &, Nath Hendrix
V. Bd. Road Commissioners of
4 ? J. C. Monroe V Glou. Lbr. Co.
1 1 ? Lowe Motor Co. V. C. E. English
12 ? Lowe Motor Co. V. J. Colie
Owen & Pearl Owen
19 ? Lowe Motor Co. V S. R. Joines
22 ? R. A. Conley V. Trans. Tanning
35 ? J. S. Bromfield V. Public Utili
ties Co., et al.
36 ? Frank Jenkins V. Mr3. E. M.
38 ? Dr. A. B. Nichols V. James
Walker, et al.
40? J. F. McCall V. Brevard Bk. Co.
43 ? W. S. Ashworth V. Jack Atkin
son, et al.
64 ? Tinsley V. Tingle/.
80 ? Canup V. Canup
47 ? Brevard Bk. Co. V. E. Paxton.
110 ? Gibson V. Gibson
55 ? Johnson V. Johnson
57 ? Rackley V. Rackley
59 ? Universal Mtg. Co. V Rush
Whitmire, et al.
60 ? Lum MeCrary V. J. L. Justice
McNeely V. Littleton
66 ? Crawford V. Crawford
73 ? Bailey V. Kilgore
101 ? Reese V. Reese
85 ? Pisgah Bank V. J. E. Fraiier,
89 ? Frjnk Jenkins V. Rush Whit
mire, et al.
94 ? Gosnell V. Gosnell
87 ? J. N;' Byrd V Gloucester Lbr.
391 ? E. Jordan Wnitriire V. Jeffer
son Standard Life Ins. Co.
95? Kilpatrick V. Kilpatrick
Motions and Divorces may be
heard at any time by consent or
on one days notice to opposing
BREVARD BAR ASS'N.
CULLOWHEE NOW A I
Cullowhee, March 24 ? Western Car
olina Teachers College is now a lull
grown four-year standard college, ac
cording to information' received from
the state department of education by
President ~H. ~T. Hunter. Dr. James
E. Hillman, state director of certifi
cation, and Dr. J. Henry Highsmith,
state supervisor of high schools, were
at the college recently and made ao
examination wliich resulted in the
local allege receiving a new birthday
? the birth of standardizing on the
four year level and also of being au
thorized to train high school teachers
in the fields of English, science and
The college has been on the stand
ard junior college basis for several
years, having been classified as a
Junior Teachers College, class A, by
the American Association of Teach
ers Colleges since 1928. Teachers
have hitherto been trained in the pri
mary and grammar grade fields only.
This is the first attempt in the train
ing of high school teachers at Cullo
whee. The first high school practice
teaching was done in the college
training school during the winter
lhe first B. S. degrees will be
awarded in August, 1931, and eleven
young men and young women are al
ready numbered in the class. Others
are expected to join the class in the
last half of the spring quarter, ac
cording to Miss Mary Hope West
Pisgah Forest News
On the evening of March 19, Miss
Florine Carter's birthday, she was
greatly surprised when a number oi
her friends unexpectedly arrived al
. her home. A beautiful birthday cakt
was presented to her. The evening
was very much enjoyed by all, anc
all returned to their homes wishinf
her many more happy birthday. Thos<
present were: Mildred BarnettLMin
nic Galloway, Dovie Scruggs, (Jorine
Sentell, Nellie Mackey, Mrs. Frances
Allen, Mrs. Frank Allen, Stella Cody,
Helen Carland, Lloyd Campfield, Al
len Campfield, Fleet Galloway, Frank
Allen, Valry Carter, Francis Allen.
Rueben Mackey, C. L. Corn and Lance
Mrs. T. E. Patton and daughter,
Rebecca, spent Sunday in Greenville.
Asbury Avery, who has been very
ill, was removed to the Mission Hos
pital at Asheville last week for treat
' Allen and Lloyd Campfield left
Tuesday for Hamilton, Ohio.
Miss Fanny Boggs of Asheville, if
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Lyday,
Valry Carter was a Mills River vis
itor on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Parker enter
tained with a birthday dinner Sunday
in honor of Mr. John Parker of Sil
ver Creek. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. Parker and children, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Sentell and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Mackey and baby,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grey and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Parker and
children, Mrs. Bell Corn and son,
and Lloyd Campfield.
! Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Press
ley, on March 21st, a son.
1 Mrs. J. B'uckner has been visiting
her sister-in-law, Mrs. S. Bradley,
near Weaverville, who is seriously ill
with double pneumonia.
! Pickens and Andrew Boggs and
,Carl Conley spent Sunday afternoon
with the former's sister, Miss Fanny
| J? W. Jenks and Jude Albert were
'Asheville visitors Friday.
j Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Kelly an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Mrs. Sally McCall and sons, Billy
and Guy, are visiting the former's
'father, E. W. Sharpe,F in "Haywood.
I Miss Annie J. Gash motored to
Enka on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Egerton Fletcher of
Pleasant Grove, were callers in this
II ' ? ? 1]
Lake Toxaway Newt
Mrs. Henry Arrowood gave a party
at her home last Saturday night for
her Sunday School class;
Arthur Dishman of Bald Mountain,
spent the Week-end in Toxaway.,
Walter McNeely Jr. spent last
| Tuesday night with Warren Case.
Charles Owen is staying with Mr.
and Mrs. Bishop Teague.
I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dunn and fam?
ily moved to Bald Mountain this week.
Misses Kate and Mary Gillespie
spent the week-end with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Gillespie, at
Earl Lee is staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Arrowood Lee.
Newton Teague spent last Saturday
night with Harrison "HalL
Mrs. R. J. Cook spent Tuesday with
Mrs. F. Y. Willbanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillmore Willbanks
iof Greenville, S. C., spent last Sunday
iwith Mr. arid Mrs. F. Y. Willbanks.
Charlie Woods of Cashiers spent
Wednesday night with his daughter,
Mrs. Floyd Jones in Moltztown.
Mrs. Ben Owen went to Brevard
last Thursday to see her mother, Mrs.
Tinsley, who is sick.
Mrs. D. C. Scruggs, Miss Louise
Williams and Cleoh Williams spent
:last Wednesday in Greenvilk.
I O'NeiL Owen was a Brevard visitor
I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ray were in
Brevard last week.
| The singing class met at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Lee last Fri
j Mrs. H. G. Rogers and little John
were Brevard visitors last week.
| Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Fisher and Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Fisher and children
I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Case last week.
Little Billie McNeely spent Tuesday
night with his grandparents, Mr. and
'|Mrs. I. S. Fisher.
: i Miss Marjorie Johnson has re
turned home from Brevard where she
' , has been for some time.
I I Little Betty Rogers had the misfor
: tune to have the 'fore finger of the
; right hand cut off last week.
; Charlie Fugate of Cashiers was in
: . Toxaway last Saturday.
CARD OF THANKS
1 To our many friends: I wish to
thank you all for the many kind
things you did for my beloved wife
during her illneBS and death, and for
the beautiful flowers. Many many
thanks to all.
L. D. Gillespie and, family.
NOTICE of Foreclosure
I Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
in trust from T: W. Whitmire, S. A.
| Hubbard, T. H. Shipman, J. M. Alli
son and others to the undersigned
' trustee, said deed in trust bearing
date of July the 15th, 1928 and regis
tered in Book No. 23, page 18 of the
records of deeds in trust of Transyl
vania County, said deed in trust se
curing certain indebtedness therein
named and default having been made
I in the payment of said indebteness in
manner and form required by said
deed in trust and the undersigned
trustee having been requested to fore
, close said deed in trust;
| NOW THEREFORE, the under
signed trustee will on Saturday,
'April the 4th, 1931, at 12 o'clock M.,
I at the Court House door in the town
'of Brevard, N. C., offer for sale and
! sell to the highest bidder for cash the
following described real property, to
Iwit: All that lot lying in the Town of
Brevard, which is fully described in
(the deed in trust hereinbefore set
out, reference being her<Jjy made to
'said deed in trust and the record
? thereof for a description of said land
by metes and bounds.
Proceeds of said sale to be applied
jupon said indebtedness, cost of sale,
i This 4th day of March, 1931. ,
D. L. ENGLISH, Trustee.
I March 12-19-26A 2
section Sunday afternoon.
The revival started at thf Baptist
church Monday night, and is being '
Effective April 3rd and 4th
only, SOUTHERN RAILWAY
will Bell round-trip tickets be
tween all Stations at rate of one
far* plus $1.00, limit fifteen days.
?*gptf=?faaeked and stopovers
Effective March 27th, and until
October 26th, 1981, Week-end
Excursion Fares . will be sold
from all Stations at rate of one
and one-fifth fares, tickets to be
sold on sach Friday and Satur
day and for morning trains on
Sunday, final limit to reach orig
inal starting point prior mid
night following Tuesday, Tickets
honored in parlor and sleeping
cars; stopovers permitted in both
Effective March 29th, round
trip excursion fares for Sunday
morning trains only, good to re
turn before midnight date of sale
to distances not to exceed one
hundred miles, will be sold at rate
of one cent (lc) per mile, tick
? ets honored in coaches only.
J. H. WOOD
Division Passenger Agent
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
THE RIGHT WAY TO TRAVEL
is' by train. The safest. Most com
fortable. Most reliable. Costs less.
Inquire of Ticket Agents regarding
greatly reduced fares for short trips.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
The undersigned having qualified as
the Executor of the last will and
testament of J. B. Glazener deceased;
this is to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to present
the same to the undersigned within
twelve months or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate pay
ment of the same.
This the 21st day of Feb. 1931.
J. W. GLAZENER, Executor.
a Vitalis treatment here,
the vegetable oil tonic,
also the Fitch products.
It Pars To Look Well
SMITH'S BARBER SHOP
County of Tranaylrania. '
t In the Matter of
BREVARD BANKING CO.
Brevard, N. C.
Under authority of Subsection 10 of Section 218 (c),
Consolidated Statutes, all persons who have claims
against the above named bank are hereby notified to
present proof of claim at Brevard on or before the 9th
day of June, 1931.
Failure to present claim on or before the above date
bars the claim not presented except as to the assets of
the bank in the hands of the Corporation Commission
for the account of said bank at the time the claim is
Objection to the allowing of any claim may be made
by any interested person by filing such objection in the
pending action in the office of the Clerk of the Court
of this county and by serving a copy thereof on the
Chief State Bank Examiner or the Liquidating Agent"
of this Bank.
This the 9th day of March, 1931.
NOTE: In filing claims for
Cashier's Cheeks or Bank
Drafts or Certificates of
Deposit the particular in
strument must be sur
rendered when Proof of
Claim is presented.
Call at Brevard Banking
Company for forms for
W. W. WOODLEV Jr.
Liquidating Agent of
Brevard Banking Company,
Brevard, N. C.
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