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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, April 30, 1931, Image 5

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Get ready for the Summer Tourists. You would be happily surprised to know how little money it would 1 take to purchase Paint j here for all purposes j about your premises. BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MANY YEARS F. E. B. JENKINS LlTO RE-ORGANIZE C. OF C. THURSDAY I 1 1 ' ( Continued front page one) Delected from the membership as o 1 the present could take charge pfthe body. Nine directors, to be named at the meeting this Thursday night from the membership at large was decided upon. Three members of the Woman's Bureau are to be ex officio members, with the privilege of attending alt meetings &nd taking part in the work being extended to all- members. Mrs. Erwin announced that membership in the Chamber of Commerce by the ladies would automatically make them ! members of the Woman's Bureau with ail dues paid. In the matter of dues to the new organization, much discussion was held the vote finally deciding that dues would be only ?5.00 per year, $2.50 payable May First and $2.50 payable July First. This, however, was made the minimum amount for membership, it being stressed that there were members who would be ex pected to take more than the one membership at the stipulated fee. A membership committee was appointed consisting of Pat Kinizey, C. Y. Pat ton, VV. J. Wallis, J. M. Gaines, Jerry Jerome, Miss Florence Kern, Miss Katherine Griffin, Miss Rose Shipman, Mrs. J. W. Smith and Mrs. B. F. Beasley. This commitee was instructed to canvass the town prior to Thursday night ar.d get as many members as possible, instructing such members to be at the meeting and assist in the organization of the new Chamber of Commerce. Twenty seven members joined at the meeting last Thursday, many of these paying the year's fees in advance. LOOK AND LEARN 1 ? What is the average height of | men and of women in the U. S.? 2 ? What was the name of the first 1 steamboat to cross the Atlantic? 3 ? What substance is used as bas- J ic material for making chewing gum? I ?1 ? How much does a cubic foot of | (jold, cast hammered, weigh? 5 ? Which is the largest of the i Great Lakes? 6 ? Who were the co-discoverers of , radium? 7 ? Where did the British general, Cornwallis, surrender his army? 8 ? What is the name of the art of | cutting portraits with scissors from black paper? 9 ? What proportion of the human body is blood? 10 ? What is sometimes referred to as "The Island Continent"? 11 ? What poets are buried in j Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey? ' 12 ? What chief product of Cuba is imported by the U. S. in large quan tities? 13 ? What is the difference be tween instinct and intuition? 14 ? What is the official title of the American executive of the Phil- ] ippine Islands? 15 ? What city has a waterway known as The Grand Canal? 1(3 ? How many states of the Union ratified the National Prohibition j Amendment to the Constitution? 17 ? What states comprise the Nen England States? 18 ? Which is the largest of the cat | family? 19 ? What is the smallest denomi nation coin ever issued by the U. S. government? 20 ? What body of water is noted for its high tides? 21 ? What famous man has his headquarters at Menlo Park? 22 ? On what river is St. Louis? 23? Of what is bronze chiefly com posed? 24 ? Of what war did the siege of Ladysmith occur? 25 ? To what country does the i? land of Sicily belong? 26 ? Who wrote "Saramouche"? 27 ? What river forms a great part of the boundary between Canada and the state of New York? 28 ? What is "hors d'oeuvre"? 29? What is the strongest bone in the human body? 30 ? Where is the seat of the League of Nations? Answers 1 ? Men, 5 feet 8 inches; women, 6 feet 4 inches. 2? The Savannah. 3? Chicle. 4 ? 1205 pounds. 5? Lake Superior. 6? M. and Mme. Curie. 7? At Yorktown. 8 ? Silhouetting. 9 ? The average is about 1-20 of the weight of the body. 1 0 ? Australia. 11 ? Chaucer, Spencer, Dryden, Gray, Browning, and Tennyaofi. "12? Cane sugar. v j?~-t&~Inatinet i*. A. neous impulse; intuition is a quicS perception of trntK without conscious reasoning,. 14? Governor General:* '????*? 15?^-Veniea. 16? All but .two. & 17 ? Main#, >v j Hampshire,. , Vi and Rhode Island: V 22 ? Mississippi Rivrt. , :.'28? Appier an4' tin. 24? Boer War. &S ? Italy. "? * 26 ? Rafael Sabatiai. ?> 27? St Lawrence River. 28 ? A side dish; a Velidh. 29 ? The femur, or thigh bone. 30 ? Geneva, Switzerland. Work hard ? and keep your eyes open. Any party will be a fizzle if there'i more than one celebrity present. Pew families ever invest in theii second bowl of goldfish. Nothing tests a friendship like t private loan. BALL GAME HERE NEXT SATURDAY ! ! Marshall, the "Valley City" will , j vend their crack all-star team here Saturday afternoon to do battle with Brevard's best in the baseball line, : 'according to announcement by Law rence Holt. The game will be played i on McL?an Field, starting at 3:30. j Marshall has seen action in Bre- 1 vard on several occasions, having been a member of the league which < played in this section two years ago. The Brevard aggergation will cen ter their attack around Albert Payne and Tommy Graham Saturday. These two boys, pitchers for the High School and Brevard Institute, { | respectively, have been going good great this spring. i Manager Holt announces that he I will enter his team in the Western | | Carolina League which begins oper* ? ution May 16 and end Labor Day. 1 : Other teums besides Brevard will be 1 j Canton, Enka, Sayles, Beacon, Mar- 1 shall and Balfour. < BREVARDTEAMPUTS i H'VILLE SCHOOL OUT ] I Brevard High Blue Devils ended 1 thoir baseball season last Thursday ,when they literally "put the thing" on Hendersonville High to the tune < 'of 20-6. The j^ame was played on !< ithe Hendersonville diamond. I, No record was kept of the multitude ' of hits made by the locals, there be- ' ing twelve men at bat in the first in ning, scoring a total of nine runs for the first frame. Joe Schachner, Paynp and Paul Schachner were the Brevard battery men. This win gave the local boys an even 50-50 b(eak for the season, having won three and lost three. CLASSIFIED ADS RADIO SERVICE? See Nat Town send at Houston Furniture Co. 1 FOR RENT ? to Reliable Party , 3 room apartment with bath, hot and cold water, Furnished or unfur nished, including electric range. Ap ply C. W. Pickelsimer, 336 W. Main Street. A23 tf WANT TO TRADE : 3 room house bath, basement, garage. 3 blocks from square ? for good house with land within few miles of Brevard. Phone 250 or call at News office. "APRIL SPECIALS Any 5c article free with Listcrine Tooth Paste, 25c. Any 5c article free with Listerine Antiseptic, 30c. Three Ice Cream cones 10c for the children. BREVARD PHARMACY, Jesse B. Pickelsimer, Ph.G., Prop. thr A VICTOR RADIOS . . Victor Phono graphs . . Victor Records . . If it's a Victor, it's good. For sale at Houston's Furniture Store. M12tf NEWEST MAJESTIC RADIOS at Houston Furniture Company, Bre vard. Guaranteed no "A-C hum." A high class Radio at a reasonable price. jly 31tf FIRE WOOD, Stove Wood, Kindling, Sand and Gravel. Trunks and Baggage and general ha?ling. Rates reasonable. Siniard Transfer Co. I Phone 118. Aug 13 4tc WANTED ? Every one interested in Radios to call and see the wonder ful Atwater-Kent Radio. Hear it and see it at the Houston Furniture com pany's store. J15tfc PASTURE FOR RENT? See me for pasture. Any number of cattle tak en. Rates reasonable. Best of care gjven to stock. Thousands of acres of best pasture land. See Paul F. Rob erts, Cedar Mountain. A15 tf WANTED ? Party who picked up package off curb in front Mr. 0. L. Erwin's home to return same to S. M. Macfie Drug Store or home, no questions asked. Party is known. Package contained man's Toilet Set in leather case. It WANT ADS? THE News FOR SALE or TRADE ? 2-horse wagon, practically new, also one good work mule ? Want a one-horse wagon. Mrs. Gus King. East Fork UNVSVAL VALUES IN STATE BLOODTESTED CHICKS You .will only have from now to May 18th to get these Aim, State Blood* tested- bafcy. Prices reduced to 12 l-$c each for the best ..White a!hd. Barred ?Rocks, Rhode Island Beds, White Wyandotte and Buff Orpingtons, best White Leghorns hatched from large eggs 10 3 -2c each, all delivered- to your door. Write ^mmC&paULTliY FARM ami mrcHEBY v "^StMivUU, H. a in nr . i, i "Chicken* and Egg* . Heavy Hens 16c fiight Hens 14c Broilers 30c lb Roosters 7c Eggs 14c 1 Corn 70c bu. ' B. & B. Feed & Seed Company BREVARD, N. C. ( Prices subject tc change any time MBS SHVERSTEEN HONORED BY D.A.R. Miss Dorothy Sllversteen gave half an hour's organ recital last Fri day morning in Constitutional Hall, Washington, having received a tele graphic invitation from the Na tional Program Committee of the D. A. K. The Continental Congress of the D. A. R. was held in Washing ton all last week, Miss Silversteen also serving throughout the week as page. In addition to the concert, which was given much space in Washington newspapers, Miss Silver steen was accompanist for the Marine Band in a concert given in Honor of the D. A. R. Mrs. Silversteen attended the Con gress, representing North Carolina, and, with Mr*. Sidney COOper, Mrs. Landingham, and Mrs. S. F. Smith, represented the state at the opening )f the North Carolina room in Con- 1 utitutional Hall. Delegates were pres- , nit from all states'in the Union, and. from chapters in Phillipine Islands, I Hiwaii and France. A SON Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bracken of Bracken Creek, announce the birth >f a son, on April 23rd. Sometimes the funniest jokes |i iround a home are the ones we don't iare tell outside. ? 11 '? ~ A. M. White Unopposed In Race For Mayor In Rosman Primary ! A. U. White WM unopposed in bis race for mayor of Rosman in the Primary election held last Monday; G. H. Woodard, Allen Sisk, Vando Morgan, S. M. Collins, W. S. Mc Lean and James Nelson were nomin ated for the board of aldermen. The voting was rather light, there being no opposition to Mr. White for the mayor's place, while the law re quires that six men be placed on the ticket for the board of aldermen. The general election will be held on May 5, at which time the mayor and three aldermen will b* elected. Total registration -for the primary was 210, the following vote being cast: For Mayor: A. M. White 74 For Aldermen: G. H. Woodard 86 Allen Sisk 59 Vando Morgan 59 E. M. Collins 68 W. S. McLean 60" James Nelson 44 GOVERNOR GARDNER TO SPEAK AT GEORGIA MEET Raleigh, April 29. ? Governor 0. Max Gardner ha* been invited and has accepted the invitation to address the Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Georgia May 13 on "Re-organization of State and Coun ty Government." The members of the Georgia General Assembly will at tend the meeting addressed by Gov ernor Gardner in a bodv. He ad dressed a similar meeting at the Uni- i versity of Virginia last summer, sharing honors with Admiral Richard E. Byrd, North and South Pole ex plorer. BREVARD DELEGATES ARB ATTENDING W. 0. W. MEET Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grogan, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Galloway ara attending the state convention of the Woodmen of the World and the Wood men Circle, sessions of which are now being held in High Point. The Bre vard group is representing the two local units of the organization. Mr. Grogan is district manager of the Woodmen of the World. BORN, A SON Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. McGaha, of Dunn's Rock, announce the birth of a son, Walter Patterson, on April 29th. MB Kelvinator Campaign Closes Saturday, May 2 Let's Decide Now Saturday night we ring down the curtain on our 1931 KELVINATOR CAMPAIGN. It u not too late to make that wiae decision ? that your home should be KELVINATOR equipped. When You Buy?Be Sure of These Features Ampk ..jiawi.-. ?.:civcj ti.e OaCK 01 wliicn can oe reached without kneeling, sulticient ice trays, a super-fast freezing tray, a "FROST ' HhVT" for frozen foods, a Krisppr to keep vegetables fresh; beauty i.ncl --uggedness of cabinet structure, constant and efficient refrtgerattoa, ?n?(J 'Ml, but not least, the backfofj of i reliable manufacturer. Special Campaign Offer Gem ? ' ?;?/ SATURDAY, MAY 2 Southern Public Utilities Company "Electricity ? The Servant In The Home" DAY 'PHONE 116 N*. 3 E. MAIN ST. BREVARD. N. C. NIGHT 'PHONE M

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