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PENROSE PARTY EXJQYED
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Mernll enter^n?<i. ai joint jiostesaea
|tjhe. Penrose on
Wednesday eyernnfe of last Week with
a social hondring^pusa' Jiwel Justus
ot, Blfwtyrc., The-' ij^nakwere charm
?WRy ..decqrwe^-'jrftS. .,y?Jlow- and
-white garden flowers, the color
scheme being carried out., effectively
jl? t^le r^fresTO^jjtj. 5';^ ^ "'.... .
Among those present, wwe; Mtaps<
Jewel Justus, EtbeJ-h?n?C Grace Gos
Jin, Ada, ifeH and Julia. McCrary,
?Emma Lee' J^r^tt*~**d Lorena Mer
rill, Mrs, ~L. jjjjr'pill ; . jtwpri. New
ton _ PickeUim'er, H.. "Hpa'th, Tom
9?uch, Vernon ,G?slihV Lester Co*,
0 Dell Scott, .'PoYla.aM Melvin Ham
ilton, Hughes, . Hayes, Hall and
? .rf. ,.7<: '*?*& ? f
f** i.'H ?'i?r ? 1 - ? ? ? ?
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, Gmi beam , i
V/ MIJSJI ASTER
with Jute? K*tr*etor ,
Now! A new ~jn?}Jel .of the (
famous mixer that BEATS EV- ,
, ERYTHING. Each of the two f
'sanitary green mixing bowls (
turns itself forcing all the in- j
irredients into and through the r
beaters. The., motor tilts back' j
allowing beaters to "drain into the
mixing bowL. The easy-to-clean
beaters can be run either singly
(for mixing drinks) or together,
for mixing batter, etc. The most
powerful mixer selling under
$50. Runs at any speed you T
You get the MixwMter complete ?
with juice extneiof and salad I
oil dripper at jNO EXTRA COST. ?
potatoes inone-third th e
usual time. Perfect for
lighter cakes, melted
rr.. Iks, mayonnaise, etc .
'The new juice extractor is easily
installed, and can either be left
on permanently or removed af* jt
using, as desired.
only $3 down
Balance $2.00 per month on
your light bill
"Electricity ? The Servant In
Day 'Phone 116 Night Phone 16
No. 3 E. Main St. Brevard
HAtfCY ELIZABETH GALLOWAY
l ENTERT'AlffS AT PARTY
Elizabeth QftlloXvay' cele-i
'bfa'ied' her, seventh birthday Fridajr,
rSjeptemberv 11th, with a " party ? to
xvhich . severail of her little school
njatps were^ invited. ; ''
. Amon? those. enjoying the hospital
ity., o? Little Miss, GpUowj?y yrefe:
Dot Poole, Catherine Simpson,.' Eth
elyn Pickelsimer, fcuth Fisher, 'Mary
Louise Price, Virginia and Juainita
WaTd, Harold Hartsell, Waynd_ Full
bright a?idi George Simpson, 'Jr.
The fittla folks .spent a joyful aft
ernoon, after which they * gathered
around, the table -for refresments.
MR. McFAUL ENTERTAINS
LARGE GROUP AT BRIDGE
? Mr. .Ernest I>. McFaul entertained
his friends with 16 tables of bridge
in the-Joines Motor company build
ing, Saturday night. It wps the larg- ,
est, private "bridge party to. be. given !5
in Brevard during the summer '
season. . . ..
Prize winners were: Mrs. A. G.
Kyle, high score for contract; Rob
ert Plummer, low score for contract;
Almeta Waters, high' score for auc
tion; Josephine Clayton, low score
The host was assisted by Mrs. Paul
Smathers and Mrs. Rush Whittaire. 1 *
When the bridge games were over
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smathers led the
entire party across the street to Doc
Galloway's new cafe location for a
"midnight feast." They were served a
frozen salad course with coffee and
crackers. ' -
Invited guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smathers, Mrs, ;v
Rush Whitmire, Mrs. Pace, Mr."' and j h
Mrs. Wesley Woodley, Mr. and Mrs. !>
A. G. Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry j/
Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kizer, 1
Mr., and Mrs. DavidiWard,. Mr:and ia
Mrs. Patrick Kimzey, Mr. arid Mrs. fv
Robert Kimzey, Mr. and Mrs." Julius n
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Croushorn, ,n
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Jenks, Mrs. j ti
Nathan1 McMinn, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- . &
ward Cantrell, Mrs. Rowena Sum- v
may, Mrs. Harry Sellers, Dr. and i
Mrs. Charles ,L. Newlarid, Mrs. pres- ( a
:on Taylor, Mrs. Mack Johnson. ci
Miss Jennie Aiken, Miss Flora's
SVike, Miss ' Sherrill Brorafield, j
Miss Rowena Orr, Miss Roberta!
Bryant, Miss Reba Kitchen, ,Mi8s|y
Mmeta Waters, Miss Mary Louise f<
Croushorn, Miss Mary Osborne Wilk- -c<
ns, Miss Jackie Clayton, Miss Agnes
Clayton, Miss Josephine Clayton, Miss
Harth'a Vaughn, Mis3 Dorothy Sil
rersteen, Miss Sara Keels, Miss ' pi
fame Strickland, Miss Bill Aik^n, ' b<
Hiss Annie Yongue, Miss Nancy
Hacfie, Miss Rose Schachner.
Miss Fannie McGehee, Miss Nida
HcGehee, Miss Ruth Waters, Miss
Hartha Cowan, Miss Bertie Ballard,
tljsa Jlpbeuia. Nicholson, Miss Louise ,
[wSBend, Miss . Eljfeabeth Raraseur, w
tfiss Margaret Miller. ; in
Messrs. Robert Plummer, Edwin ! sc
Vike, Harold Bradley, John West ; ot
chapman, Glenn Galloway, Harry . tr
]layton, Herbert Schain, Olie B^rg,
Sdwin English, Tom Whitmire, Ruf- j aj
in Wilkins, Ernest Tilson, John Mc-|C;
Jehee, Anthony Trantham, Fred G
lolt, Plato Allison, Harold Whit- ol
nire, Lee Arledge, Sam Barnett, ea
Hilton Sellers, William Wallis. ? I tr
CRAB CREEK NEWS
Members and friends of the Prid
nore Family from many " sections of ! n<
<orth and South Carolina gathered ''
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. W~ H.
?ridmore, Sunday, September 13th,
md enjoyed one of the most pleftsant
'amily re-unions ever held ih this
;ection. There were six children, |m
wenty-five grandchildren and three : c<
;reat grandchildren of Mr. arid Mrs. |m
Pridmore present with other friends a]
ind relatives, as folloiys: Mr.'- and
Mrs. John Pridmore, Piedmont', C.,
VI r. and Mrs. James Pridmore, and j ir
;mall daughter, Erleene, of Lyman, I tl
3. C., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pridmore, ; w
VIr. and Mrs. Gr L. Pridmore and ' A
children, L e o n a, Colonel, Melvin, i fi
Irene, Francis, Annie.. Mae, Viola, 'g;
Mary, and Frank of the Crab Creek it<
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pittman and two j C
sons, Jack and Kingsland, of Green- ? li
rille, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. W. E. !
Dickert and children, Ortha and Ar- '
thur, of Greenville, S. C., Mr. and ii
Mrs. M. L. Harris, of Lyman, S. C., jo.
Mrs. Willie Mae Brpwn, of Green-, c
ville, S. C., Mr. Theodore Parker, of ; o
Greenville, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. tl
Stone and daughter, Mildred, and son, |t
Virgal, and Miss Kate Longa of Peid-,f
mont, S C., Mrs. Mae Scott and chil- , t
dren, Colman, Calvin, Charlsteen, and !
Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Drake : f
and daughter, Helen, all of this place, ; v
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garren and chil- 1 e
dren, Lola and Edwin of Flat Rock, j
Alvin Terry and Harold Cox of Bre- ;
vard, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hamilton t
and children, Juanita, .Colman, and i
Mary Lou and Miss Carrie Anders, <
cf Crab Creek. It
This re-union was given in celebra- j j
tion of the birthdays of three mer.i- j
bers of the Pridmore family, Mr. W. 1
H, Pridmore, 76; John Pridmore, 58, j
and a granddaiightoE, Mrs. Willie , 1
Mae Brown, 22. Their birthdays all i ;
coming on September 13.
Mr. G. L. Pridmore and sons, Colo-'
r.el and Melvin, and daughter, Le- 1
cna, and Miss Carrie Anders were
callers in Brevard Sunday.
Irene Pridmore is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Garren at Berea.
Mr. Ossie Sentelle was a caller at
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hamilton's home
I Mrs. Nellie Pickelsimer and chil
dren of Davidson River were Sunday |
evening guests of Mrs. Pickelsimer's
! mother. Mrs. Hamilton.
Mr. J. A. McCrary and Mr. McCall
visited Mr. Neal Hamilton Sunday.
Mr. Elbert Merrill of Easley, S. j
C.. visited V. V. Shipman recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilreath of
NEWS AND VIEWS OF
tkeTar heel state
..-tpv- M^k TayUtr Qxt) ,% ?
According to SantfOrd Maitin , -edi
tor of-.The Wjnston-Saiem Journal,
there "Were 135 pf our moat widely
read ^ ReWspaper listed as "Demo
eratic'biitr 19Q0. With - only., .19 as
"RermMican" atd> 26 as "Independ
ent" However; today .there are.* 56
^Independent'' papers in the state,
83: ''Independent i Democratic," : Yff
I' Democratic,*' and only six "Sepub
lican." ? :? (
: Martin* in a . recent radio address^
Jrorp Rplpigh, , predicted a future of i
jsrvice.otp -the state by Ita. press. He
said. it was determined on a bvoad.?d
ucational program for. , the-, state,
heralded and hacked good roads t in
,he state, boomed health programs,
fiven and .continuing to, give , aid to
kgriculture and also has.|>e>en a great
iaetQF in eliminating sectional dif
He further said "The , biggest "op
>ortunity that confronts the press to
iay is that of proclaiming the- es
lential unity of Norths Cwoljna from
Slick Rock Creek? to 'lUq'Ita$7P(
is Gov. jBickett used to .ssiy." -v.
"? 9 ? ? t ' . ? - !
A whit* haired, old 82 years
>f age sits in a cell on "Death Row",
lie is not dqwnqast; death. h$a no
lorrora for hi my. fie will meet.ifc calm
y. r wye ?>* w sH I'K
He- is the oldest man ever to be-aen
enced to- the "chair" in North Car
ilina. When he was sent to the State
'rison he left .his faithful, 78 year
Id wife behind, v - ^ ;
The Western Carolina "Mountains,
nc.,an ar^ociation formed recently
0 servfe the civic, commercial arid in
lustrial ' inteVests of the 18 counties J
fhich compose the "Land of' the Sky"
as been chartered under the' laws of
lorth Carolina, with headquarters at
The organization will endeavor to
dvertise- th?"Land of the Sky," by
arious media" ifia itiethdds, ? and ttro
lote its interests by regioaal ' plan
ing, resort and recreational develop
lent, industrial research and promo
ion, state, : county and municipal -re
earch and other items of general -de
Officers for the association' were
ilected 'from the major towns . and
[ties included in the "Land of the
; .. - -re I
Three outstanding corporation law
ers of the State will present and de
;nd the objections of various con
?rns to the request of the Railways
1 increase their freight rate, 15'
jr cent. The railways proclaim that
ley cannot survive on less than a 15
?r cent increase. The argument Will
: tried September 21 and a decision
(inounced 30 days later.
The truck war is still on ! Patrol ,
'ficers have been directed by Lieut. ^
. R. Fisher of the S&te Highway' ^
atrol to make an attack upon trucKS ,
hen such carriers are -found viol^f
g the state laws by driving regular
heduled routes with produce from
her states without taking the
ouble to purchase a N. C. tag.
Officials are confident that an
jreement will be reached with South
urolina this week and perhaps with
eorgia and Kentucky. The two Car
inas have been waging a hot battle,
ich of the states arresting many in
uding scheduled trucks without
In an effort to check the ever
ounting death toll, exacted every
;ar in this state by traffic accidents,
ate highway oficials have been
jtified to compel strict adherence to
te speed laws.
Blame for the majority of accidents
in be laid to the speed demons and
ireless drivers, however, Lieut,
isher of the State Highway Om
ission, has announced that the ne
:ssity of holding drivers to. the 45
ile an hour speed limit is only too
Gov. Gardner is directing a meet
ig this week to provide relief for
le unemployed. The first meeting
il be attended by State Highway,
griculture, Health and Welfare of
cials in an effort to perfect an or
anization which will be invaluable
> the unemployed.
Prof. R. W. Henninger of the N.
. State College will direct the ro
What a turmoil this old state is 1
l. From over the state comes news j
f Wet Propoganda that is being cir- i
u la ted from Dan to Beersheba. From ,
ne end of the state we hear that ?
he women are forming wet organiza- j
ions. From another that they are !
orming Prohibition Societies to pro- !
eet the Eighteenth Amendment.
Perhaps these wet Organizations 1
oi' women are mere fads and they
rill disband after a short period of
xcitement and argumentation.
Though the farm population of
he United States has decreased ap
iroximately 1,000,000 in the past
lecade, North Carolina has increas
>d 100,000, according to former Gov.
When the 1930 Federal Census
,vas made, it was -found that there
Traveller's Rest, S. C., visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Orr Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hamilton and chil-1
dren spent the week end with Mrs.
Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Miss Sophia Hamilton, Mrs. Bessie
Wright and children motored to Flat
Funeral services for the little O i 1
reath child were held at the Crab
Creek church Sunday afternoon at
At the baptizing held here Sun
day there were sixteen persons bap
tised into the membership of the
church. The baptizing and sermon
afterwards were both well attended.
Alonzo McCrary, V. V. Shipman
and Mr. Gardner were business vis
itors to Hendersonvilla recently.
< Editor j3 the first
of a series at discussing the
12; laws Uf the Boy "pcoyto fef ?Amer
ica, conternins theif application to
the daily, life of irtt ' only the Bby (
Bcout, Iwt for any ittan <jrp wwnantj
bojMot iftrl;- as irott* ? "
wei;e to violate his honor by telling *
Hi, or ceMftirig, tor Hby; trtrt doihg ex
actly a givert taslc^ -whWli'truBted on
his Mhor, he may be'diricted to hand
over his Scout badge." ?< ' ?
? vThis ii not *-hl(ftJ',*ute to obey,
urtless onfr haisngWt?tf;r}htd'the habit,
by 'lying fri ordefrto plate undtie cred
it iipori bihiself, of to avaid punish
ment for 'Stmie offrtlM. ~ ? if*
' A" good Scout trieb to-be the very
soul of hdhdr.Hls hohor 'rileans more
to him than lkny: eilrthly treasures
he may stftain by violating it Cheat
ing is orily one form of - stealing. For
in ih^thlg, onKM^tjfldngi that whidl^
is not his "for hii "own advantage. A1
popular form of ehef.ttng 'i*--found in
schools, where the p&pil 4s eitharfry)
lasy' or' too- dumb ?6 ma#te* the 1??
stffi a'ssignftertt.fcfe ften proceeds to
copy som'eotte" eiseVpaper or "sneak
a look" At the tertbcok. -
When a boy first .joins the Scouta
he memorizes .thfc- Scant .Oath, in
which he promises upon 3?s honor to
obey -all of th* Scant -Lam>. - .. ?
Then comea-.tht.acid- test,' WrU ha
consider his Oath ef hflno* a- trivial
matter and immediately* forget jthe
promises he has made oc wiH it burr,
itself, so into his memory gbat a alight
misdemeanor- casting- doubt lupon -'the
strength of his hario*, is repulsive to
!?im?- -- ' ?? *i
The tweJve lawa an< havdj for the
ilightcst slip-in one of them ncams
:hat the Scout baa.- broken" his : oath
>f honor. fil ?-'W
Scoutl Man or Wwaahl Boyer
jiri! Ask . yourself 'these crneatrone,'
Kre you sensitive to ; the- violation of
four code of honor? -G*a you ha
;rusted with; gireat responsibili'ies
which may offer, -inviting-.-, tempta
ions? Have you the:- courage to
itick up for the truth, - Whether it be
'or or against you, or someone, you
ove? Can. you look great temptations
o violate your honor, in the ?ye and
lay ho? If so you have won over
Scout Law No. One, and if you are
vise you will check this down ? in
^our own private Code of Ethics.
irere 1,599,918. farmery ip the state,
fen years ago there were 1,501,227.
)nly 19 states OiH,t. of tb^. , "United
8" show an increase incumber of
armers. ' . . Sli, .,
Xhe movement from the .city. to. the
arm started prior to 1930. It was
loted the nation over, by the sale
nd. . exchange of farms. Many far-,
lers who deserted their farms when
ka-^ity- wages- were high arfe return
ag this year to pick up th'e plow imd
tart in anew.-- ? r --- -
Local and Personal Item?r
Miss Fannie ' ??d McGehee
and brother Claude McGehiee return
ed last, .Sunday to tljeir J?m? .in Mac
on, GeorfJ?,^-^^ ... ... . ^
. Mrs. Tt Mcpehee and children
accompanied by Mr. John McGqhee
m- returning ;to Macon, the last of
the week, altar spending several
months at their, summer home on
Mrs. John R. Bayless left lor her
home in Covington^ ~Ky. after visit
ing relatives in Brevard.
Rev. and Mrs. Perry left last Sat
urday for their samroer home at Myr
Mr. H. V, Smedberg left Saturday
for Denver, Colo, vhere he win at
tend the Tri-ariual convention "of the
Episcopal church as a lay delegate
Erom the Diocese of Western North
Carolina. <? ?"
Miss Helen Morrow and Miss
Dorothy Fetier have returned to New
fork where they have accepted posi
aons for the winter months.
Mr." and Mrs. J. E. Waters were
risiting at Limestone College this
Tuesday. ? ?????
' Milter. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs.
Flarry Sellers attended an A <5r P
)icnic in Hendersonville Sunday.
Baffin Wilkins is - contemplating a
;rip to Pittsburg in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. , Hunter Martin of
jettoir. were guest# last week of Mr,
ind ,Mts. Clarence Poole.
Mrs-' Rush Whitmire was shopping
n Aakeville Tuesday.
Mr." J. L. Bell is visiting his daugh
er, Mrs. Withers in Davidson.
Mrs. Carl McCrary, Mrs. A. H.
tfng : and Mr.' and Mrs.' Houston
lackey were stropping' Hi Ashe*ille
Miss Catherine and Mr. Ernest '
joftisof Asheville spent several
lays last week tWth their aunt, Mrs.
>. S. King. 'v., J
Mr. Ernest Gibbs of the State
lighway commission, located at' Cash
?rs was visiting in Brevard the past
Gladys English and Elizabeth Ram- (
eur left last week for Angiers where
hey will teach school this year.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kilpatrick,
Irs. Dan Merrill' "and Mrs. Robert
kilpatrick were shopping in Ashe
Tom Barclay is visiting his par
nts in Brevard.
Mrs. John Cantrell and daughter,
luth, were shopping in Asheville
Mr. and Mrs. Britt of Asheville,
rere guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Fhitmire last week. '
Miss Eva Call and Misses Ruth
nd Willie Kate Waters spent the
reek-end in Mocksville and Chapel
Mrs. J. C. Galloway speut Sunday
ith Mr. Galloway, who is in the
John McMinn has returned to
reensboro after visiting his mother
t Brevard. . I
? Mr. George Mayback of Greenville
spent several days in Brevard last
week on: ajbusmess trip.
Randall Everett and Henry Carrier
are on a hunting trip in Alaska.
Mrs. Jos?phine Hutchina has left
to join Jfo. Hutchins in Washington
after spending the summer in Bre
^Mr, and Mrs. John King of fatter
ton, N, J., left for their home last
week after a months visit here.
- Miss.. Martins Pearce . has gone to
New York City where she has ac
cepted a position at Macy's.
Dan English left last week for
New York, after visiting his parents
B. A, Gaines and son, Joe, of Cen
tral, S. C., were in Brevard Friday
to attend the funeral of G. L. Glaz
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to our many
friends our deepest appreciation for
the kindness shown us during the
iihieBs and death of our dear hus
band and father.
Mrs. G. L. Glazener.
Mrs. M. C. Whftmire
W. D Glazener.
NO MORE RATS
or Mice after you u*e RAT
DIE. It's a sure rodwt killer. .
Try a package and prove it.
Rats killed with Rat Die leave
no smell. Cats and Dogs won't
50 cent size, 3 oz. is enough
for Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar.
75 cent size, 6 oz. for Chic
ken House, Coops and other
Sold and guaranteed by the
B. & B. FEED & SEED CO.
We Pay Cash for j
Chickens and Eggs
Heavy. Hens 14c
Light Hens 11c |
Nice 2-lb Fryers ...... 14c
Fresh Country Eggs . . . 25c
B. & B. Feed & Seed
BREVARD, N. C.
Prices xobject to change any tfaae
Knife Day At
% ' k ? i ??. ;
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WE HOPE TO SELL 50 PAIRS OF SHOES
and have purchased 50 knives to give our customers
Saturday. A knife with every pair of shoes purchased.
Bring the boys. New Goods arriving daily. See our
Special Prices On