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A DAY IN JUNE
Here are some joyous lines from
James Russell Lowell, one of our :
"What is so rare as a Day in June? |
Then, if ever, comes Perfect Days
The Heaven tries the Earth, if it be
And over it softly her warm ear lays;
Whether we look or whether we lis- 1
Every clod feels a stir of might,
An instinet within it, that reaches !
^ and towers , I
? And groping blindly above it for light j
Climbs to a soul in grass and flowers. !
The flush of life may well be seen, j
Thrilling back over hills and valleys,
The cowslip startles in meadows
green, . !
The buttercup catches the sun in its
And there's never a leaf nor a blade
too mean !
To be some happy creature's palace.
The little bird sits at its door in the
And lest his illuminated body o'er .
With the deluge of summer it re- j
His mate feels the eggs beneath her
And the heart in her dumb breast
flutters and sings, i
He sings to the wide world, and she j
to her nest,
In the nice ear of Nature which song ?
is the best?"
"And what a Happy Month June ;
is! A poason of simple living with
the kindly sun and the blue sky,
days of keen delight in little things,
of joyous questioning after Beauty, ?
days for the making of friends by
being a true friend to others, days
when we may enlarge our little lives
by excursions to strange places, by I
friendly association, by the compan- '
ionship of Great Thoughts.
"Days that may teach us to live
nobly, work joyously, play harder, to
do all our labor better. So should
EACH JUNE bring us indeed a
Beauty of the Hills
(By D. H. ORR)
It has been said that God is a lover
of beauty or He would not have made
the world so beautiful when there
was no one to look upon it but Him
self. The mountains, the cliffs, the
plants, the streams, the sunset, the ;
flowers are ,all masterpieces of God's ;
own creative hand. And then to crown !
it all He created human beings in his j
The person who does not appreci- j
ate beauty has but little of God.
The more of God we have in us ,
the more we are able to see the beau-j
tiful things that 'surround us ? not
only the beauties of nature but the |
beautiful things in the lives of other j
people. The more of God we have i
the more beauty others can see in us !
? in our souls and in our lives.
We can all have beauty! However;
homely our faces, we can have a beau- j
tiful soul that will shine out and
lighten the pathway of others.
The beautiful face will soon fade,
but the beautiful soul will grow more
beautiful with the passing years and
the beautiful life will live long after
we are gone.
Beauty! Look for it. It is all
around us and God is the Author of
? A PRAYER
I 0 God, in whom we live, and move,
'and have our being, teach us the True
Secret of Right Living, to radiate
[helpful influence, to be of thosejgho
are always radiating sucprts, through
health, through joy, trough uplift
ing helpfulness, to /scatter sunshfae
wherever we go. /
Enable us to se4 that these are the
helpers of the 'tyorld, the lighteners
of burdens, the , people who ease the
jolts of life, soothe the wounded and
give solace to the discouraged.
Help us to learn to radiate joy, not
stingily nor meanly, but generously,
to fling out our gladness without re
serve, shedding it in the home, on the
street, on the car, in the store, ev
erywhere, as the Rose sheds Beauty
and flings out its fragrance.
Let us never forget that when the
world learns that love thoughts heal,
that thoughts of harmony, of beauty,
of truth, always uplift, beautify and
ennoble, that the opposite carry
death, destruction and blight every
where, it will learn the True Secret
of Right Living, the joyous Secret of
God Grant that the world may
learn these gladsome and joyous
blessings through us, and unto Thee,
Father, Son and Spirit, shall be all
the praise and glory, both now and
? C. D. C. j
FROM AN OREGON FRIEND
Editor The Brevard News:
I often think of North Carolina and ,
old friends, and also the beautiful .
Blue Ridge Mountains. My thoughts
often wander back to my boyhood j;
days. As it is hard for me to write
and express my gratitude in a letter'
to my friends, I woud like to send it I
through your paper. |.
The people in the Northwest are
getting along very well ? things are \
somewhat dull just now to what I j
have seen in the past, although there
is lots of work such as lumbering, j
farming and fishing, here on the Co- ',
lumbia River. We are having an ideal '
spring ? just enough rain now to
make the grass and gardens grow.
The climate here is wonderful.
I send my best regards to all my
friends and relatives in Transylvania,
also to the preachers that I met while
I was there. I am preaching and ,
working for the Lord all the time j
that I can spare from my labors. So,
I would like to see a letter or even a i
few words in the paper from anyone |
in good old N. C.
Mr. Editor, My subscription is i
nearly up. But please continue send
ing it right on, I don't want to miss ]
a single issue. Will send you some
money soon. j
Wishing you good luck and pros- 1
perity and expressing thanks, I am .
yours very truly,
REV. S. R. ROBINSON. !
June 21, 1931.
Clatskanie, Ore., c!o Motor Route.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Whereas, It has pleased our Heav
enly Father to remove from our!
midst on Friday morning, May 29th, I
1931, our beloved sister, Frances Mc-l
Faul Plummer; and
Whereas, Sister Plummer was one
of our charter members, true to her '
obligation and faithful to her friends,!
We, the Pisgah chapter No. 198,
| order of the Eastern Star, desire to |
OLEO MUST NOW GO
UNDER TRUE COLORS
Raleigh, June 24-Oleomargarine I
colored to resemble butter, cannot now j
be sold legally in North Carolina, and >
in hotels, dining rooms or cafes where I
oleomargarine is sold must appear in I
gothic letters an inch long the sign I
"Oleomargarine served here." The 1
fiew law became effective June 1 and
is administered by the Department of i
Agriculture, which is directed to pre- 1
scribe the necessary rules and regu- I
lations for its enforcement _____ j
Manufacturers of oleomargarine '?
must pay an annual tax of $1,000 and
the wholesaler or distributor must
pay $100 annil^lly, the Commissioner i
of Agriculture '? issuing licenses to ?
eating places oft- satisfactory applica- 1
ti6ns for licenses. Commissioner
Graham has ruled that the tax for
this year will be seven-twelfths of the
annual rate, the license running for
seven months, from June 1 to Decem
ber 31. Violators of any provisions of
the law are subject to a fine of from
$100 to $500 or imprisonment of not
more than three months, or both, in
the discretion of the court.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
We, the members of the Men's Bi- j
ble class of the Brevard Methodist i
Sunday school, feeling a keen desire J
to express our heart-felt appreciation ;
for having come so intimately in 1
touch with the exemplary life of j
Prof. L. B. Haynes, offer the follow- j
First, That in the passing of Prof.
Haynes, this class has lost one of its
most loyal, helpful and consecrated
members, one who was ever ready
and willing to help those in need.
Second, That we deeply feel the
loss of him whose genial smiles, fa- ,
therly advice and fervent prayers '
were ever a source of inspiration and
that we shall ever hold in sacred
memory the pleasure of laboring with !
him for the advancement of the Mas
Third, That we beseech the Heav- i
enly Father to give us other mem
bers from this Sunday school class '
who will carry forward and cultivate
the many valuable influences set in
motion by Brother Haynes.
Fourth, That a copy of these reso- 1
lutions be sent to the family and a
copv to The Brevard News.
B. W. TRANTHAM
W. L. AIKEN
O. H. ORR
express our tribute of love and re- 1
spect in the following resolutions: |
First, That In the death of Sister j
Plummer our chapter has lost a most |
worthy member, our community a
good citizen, and all of us who knew
and loved her best, a true friend and
co-worker in our beautiful order.
Second, That we strive to emulate
those Christian graces so manifest in
Third, That we extend our deepest
and heartfelt sympathy to the be
reaved family and pray that God will
watch over and guide them day by
day and bring them at last to the
land of everlasting life.
Fourth, That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the minutes
of our chapter, a copy sent to the
bereaved family, and a copy sent to
The Brevard News for publication.
S. F. ALLISON
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TEN BEAUTIES NOW
AT GREAT FESTIVAL
Asheville, N. C., June 24. ? Ten
southern girls, chosen from among
the most beautiful girl students at- '
tending universities and prominent |
women's colleges in ten southern |
states, will attend the Rhododendron 1
Festival at Asheville, June 24, 25 and
26, as ambassadors from their native
states to the court of the Rhododen
dron king and queen. The young wo- ,
men, chosen by vote of their fellow j
students, will take part in the floral
fete by official appointment as state i
sponsors from the governors of their1
Governor 0. Max Gardner has des- |
ignated Miss Jane Secrest of Mon- 1
roe, North Carolina, most beautiful1
girl at the North Carolina State Col
lege for Women, as state sponsor at
the fete. Governor Theo. G. Bilbo of
Mississippi, has selected Miss Marie >'
Watts of Brookhaven, Mississippi, the ,
most attractive girl at the Mississippi ;
State College for Women, as ambas- 1
sador from the state to the Festival. (
Governor Huey P. Long of Louisiana,,
has chosen Miss Margaret Herget of
Baton Rouge as sponsor for Louisi- I
Pleasant Grove News j
We are sorry to report the death '
of Mrs. N. M. Brown, who had been j
ill for some time. She passed to her ?
reward last Tuesday. Interment was
at Rocky Hill cemetery. She will be^
greatly missed by the sick and all ?
who knew her. We wish to extend our
deepest sympathy to the bereaved
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCall of Hen- ;
dersonville, were guests of the lat- j
ter's father, W. W. Orr, Sunday.
Jim Orr and family of Etowah,
were guests of J. H. Drake Sunday
Earl Gray attended church at '
William Hamilton and family of I
Etowah, spent Sunday with the for- <
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ham
ilton, of Pleasant Grove.
Alvin Gray of Pleasant Grove 1
spent a part of last week in Brevard
with his sister, Mrs. Carl Killian. |
Mrs. Joel Anderson of Henderson
ville, spent Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. L. C. Hamilton.
Rev. Josiah Holbert delivered an
interesting sermon at Pleasant Grove !
Rev. J. F. Scott of Little River,
was a Sunday guest of E. Hamilton.
Mrs. S. Hamilton is on the sick list
Mrs. Ida Rushton spent the week
end with her sister, Mrs. M. Johnson,
J. H. Drake and family attended
the funeral of his brother, Sol Drake,
at Pleasant Hill Friday.
Local and Personal Items J
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clouden of Spart-j
anburg spent the week-end in Bre-|
vard, stopping at Hillcrest Tourist
Harrison Case of near Bryson City
spent the week-end in Brevard with
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Haynes arrived
in Brevard this week where they will
spend the summer. Mr. Haynes, son
of Mrs. L. B. Haynes, is professor i
of Engineering at The Citadel, Char- j
Ieston, South Carolina.
Mrs. W. A. Thomas, and Mr. and I
Mrs. R. D. Jenkins of Clayton spent
the week end in Brevard with Mrs.
J. F. Zachary. Mrs. Thomas, mother
of Mrs. Zachary, will remain here for
the summer. S
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitmire of i
Hendersonville spent Sunday in Bre
vard visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
Thomas Teague of Asheville spent
the week-end in Brevard with Mrs.
Teague and children. Sarah Eliza
beth and Marshall Teague accomp
ained their father on his return trip
to Asheville where they will be for
Miss Elizabeth Zachary left Mon
day for Juilette-Lowe Scout Camp,
Cloudland, Ga., for a few weeks stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coxe of Char
lotte spent Sunday night in Brevard,
stopping at Hillcrest Tourist Camp.
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Glazener and
children leave Thursday to visit
friends and relatives in the eastern
part of the state. While in Raleigh
Mr. Glazener will attend the Agri
culture Teachers Conference
Recent arivals at the J. C. Wike
house include: Mrs. Abbie J. Turner
of Washington, D. C., and West
Palm Beach, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Northrop of '.iberal, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaffney and
daughter, Ethel, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Gillespie of Greenville, S. C., were
we- k-end visitors in Brevard.
Mrs. J. A. Schachner and two
children have returned from a two
weeks visit in New York.
William Stenhouse and daughters,
Jean and Elizabeth of Greenville
ppent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Cos Paxton.
Ernest Gibbs spent the week end
in Marion, North Carolina.
Mr. Preston Taylor of Mt. Holly
spent <he week-end in Brevard with
Mrs. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Trantham. Mrs. Taylor accompanied
Mr. Taylor back to Mt. Holly.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waters and
Misses Ruth and Almeta Waters
spent the week-end in Gaffney, South
Mrs. Paul Smathers spent Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Beck were
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Harry Mottsman and two children
of Hendersonville spent Sunday in
Brevard visiting friends.
Miss Louise Townsend who has
been teaching in Wilmington has ar
rived in Brevard to spend the snm
mer with her mother, Mrs. Green
. Mr. and Mrs. Mac McKay and
Robert Duckworth of Asheville spent
Sunday in Brevard with Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Duckworth.
Mrs. Falls, of Orlando, Fla., is
guest of Mrs. Houston Mackey at
Little Norma Jane Holt of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., is guest of Mrs. Mary
Misses Gladys English, Elizabeth
Ramsuer, Margaret Miller, Eloise
Lewis, Agness, Jackie and Mildred
Clayton attended the bridge party
given by Mrs. Case at her home in
Swannonoa Tuesday afternoon, hon
oring Miss Mildred Clayton.
Misses Rose and Mamie Shipman
spent Friday in Asheville.
Branch Paxton left Tuesdav for
Mayland where he has accepted a po
sition as Councillor at a summer
camp on the Cheasapeake Bay.
Miss LaVerne Mahaffey is truest
of her aunt Mrs. J. E. Waters.
R. E. Lawrence of Canton spc-nt
the week-end in Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. Rube Lewi?- ar..l
daughter, Catherine Fielding, w?re
in Brevard Tuesday en route to
Candler Willis of Candler wa;- the
guest Sunday of Mrs. J. E. Clayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Lewis, who
have been spending some time with
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Erwin, will leave
Saturday for their home at Wilming
ton. Mr. Lewis is now in St. Louis
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Pritchctt and
family of Davidson arrived in Bre
vard Tuesday where they will be for
the summer. Mr. Pritchett is chair
man of the Athletic Council of Dav
idson College Athletic Association.
The Pritchetts have taken the J. L.
Whitmire house for the summer.
Mitchell King left this week for
Jacksonville, Fla., aft^r mending twci
weeks with his mother, Mrs. Cordia
Miss Geraldine Banett speix <he
week-end in Charlotte with her sis
ter, Mrs. R. W. Pridgen.
Mrs. Carl Altrogge and little
daughter, Frances and Miss Caroline
Dancey of Jacksonville, Fla., arriv
ed in Brevard Monday where tht-y
will be for the summer. Mrs. Al
trogge and Miss Dancey are dietitian
and councillor respectively at Key
stone Camp. Other councillors ex
pected to arrive this week are Mrs.
H. P. Osborne and Mrs. Geo. C.
Kaulbach of Jacksonville.
Miss Elizabeth Trowbridge, of
Chicago, is spending: some time with
her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Trow
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Tack of Clear
water, Fla., are registered at the
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