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Members of the class in home eco
nomics, Brevard High School, and in
the vocational agricultural class, un- j
der leadership of Mrs. Kimzey and .
Prof. Julian Glazener, have made
great contribution to the community
food for the Associated Charities.
These canned goods have been turned
over to Alex Kizer, president of the
charities body, and will be used dur
ing .the winter for the relief of needy
The class in home economics must
do a certain amount of canning and
preserving during each school year,
and that requirement this year was
met by canning for the charities
body. The girls prepared the food,
much of which they brought from
their own homes, working shoulder to
shoulder with the boys in the agricul
ture class. Those girls worked over
time on many days while the canning
was being done, sometimes working
Of Interest to
Farmers of the Transylvania
trade area are invited to attend
a farmers meeting to be held
at the High School Building in
Brevard, on Thursday, Sep
Sept. 24 ? 7:30
Brevard Hi School
The purpose of the community
is to elect an Advisory Com
mittee of 5 or 7 farmers to co
operate with the local VSS
Service Agency and the VSS
to the end that cooperative pur
chasing may be most demo
cratic and that it may best
serve farmers trading at Bre
L. E. Raper, District Man
ager of VSS Retail Purchasing
Service in North Carolina will
be present to discuss VSS pol
icies. He will set forth certain
facts about this cooperative
movement that will be of inter
est to the general public.
The VSS (Va. Seed Service)
came to N. C. some fourteen
months ago at the request of
agricultural leaders and the
leading farmers throughout
the state. Farmers in some fifty
communities have organized
and are at this time using this
organization as its purchasing
Refreshments will be served.
A guessing contest will be
staged by the local VSS Dis
tributor and prizes awarded.
H. GARREN is manager of the
local service and cordially in
vites those interested in the
cooperative purchasing move
ment to attend this meeting.
as late as 9 o'clock at night in otgr
to can all the food that had been
#r ? Prof. Glazener, Charles and
Eugene Dickson and Ralph Woodfin,
and all the food was processed under
pressure, in the most scientrfc man
ner, and only such food as contained |
the greatest food value was canned A ,
soup mixture of tomatoes, corn, lima ,
beans and okra was prepared and
manv cans of green beans were put,
? the shelves for the needy during
the coming winter.
The Sfeutnern Public Utilities com
pany gSVe the current for operating
th It Ts" announced that a total of 826
nJrX were out up for the Associated
Charities The following voung ladies ,
are in the home economics class and j
^Virginia Ca^Marjorie Buck
ner Byrd Lane, Frances Jones, An
He' Jones, Mamie Mason, Mabel Gil
lesoie Dare Bryson, Thelma Collins,
Bernice Reed, Carrie Lee Powell,
Ophelia Nicholson, Flora Shipma ^
;TlMSe Galloway, Margaret Full
bright, Johnny Lee Dermid, Esther
I Mae McCrary, Ellis Osteen i Stella
! McCall, Mary Louder, Mabel w
am.ntha Mull, Olga Derm.d, N?
Elizabeth Bragg, Annie Bryson,
Christine Cooper, Ruby Dunn, Corme
Duncan, Kathleen Duncan, Rep
George, Hazel Goode, Louise H< ogsed,
Nora Bell Mason, Ann'?,;l lfcCrirV
Call Ada McCrary, Dola McCrary,
RpHv McLeod, Martha Newton, Aud
Orr Tina Parker, Janie Queen,
A?arv Ellen Reid? Gladys Shipman
' Marforie Siniard, . Add.e Springer,
Edith Smith Marcia ^nelson, A
I ma Talley, Irene Aiken, Nellie aiu
| S? Nina Burrell, Margaret Dickson,
Sharp Zona McCall, Margie Smith,
i I.enore Owenby, Belle ^Townsend,
! Nettie Townsend, Buv?e, ^%S' ffss
tha Jean Hampton, Edna Burns,
assisted war, Justin, Wnjht. R??>
! Boggs, John Miller, Louis Meece,
I A? "Glazener , xvho'' assisted in the
WOEarrAshworth, Lee Cooper, Jones
Garren, Max Green, Melvm Hamil
ton. Mack Hamlin, Joseph Jones,
William Kilpatrick, Jerry Mann, |d_
W? rd Mackev, James Men ill, &m
merson Merrill, Howard Moms,
Clyde Nicholson. Tom N.chohon,
Sidney Siniard, Robert Taylor, Has
kell Ward, Odell McKinney.
Billv Bryson, Edward Conley, Hol
j land Corn, Jack Davis, Edgar Glaz
! ener, Virgil Gillespie, Frank Hens
lev L W. Hollingsworth, ueorge
Justus, Cecil Kin*. Clyde McCjgy.
I nrnar Morgan, James Moiris, na>s
Merrill Lewis Meece, David Norton,
I E Powell, Glenn Shipman, Charles
Henderson, Roy Frady, Geoige wv
erett, Charles Owenby.
David Ashworth, Ralph Gash, Wil
liam Gash, Winboiu.ne Gash. m
H olden, James Mills, Charles Meece
Bruce Reid, Merrimon Shuford, Otis
<?hinman Jack Davis, Herbert W ll
liams, Davis Woodfin Andrew Boggs,
: John Collins, Harold Davis, J. C.
I I Lyday, Van O'Kelley, Bruce Watson,
f Max Wilson, Lester King.
'save $ $ $
Feed Purina *
When you feed Purina you will save money,
for the BEST is always the CHEAPEST.
Compare prices on the feed we sell and com
pare results. You will find that Purina Feeds
save you money because they get better
.100 lbs Cotton Seed Meal . . . $1.10
100 lbs Purina Bulky-Las . 1.85
100 lbs Purina Hog Fatena 2.05
100 lbs Purina Stock Chow 1.75
100 lbs Purina Egg Chowder I. . . 2.55
100 lbs Purina Lay Chow 2.20
100 lbs Pure Wheat Bran . t . .i 1.35
100 lbs Standard Wheat Middlings 1.40
SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY
75 lbs Multigood Shorts 95c
24 lbs Early Bird Self Rising Flour 49c
B. & B. Feed & Seed Co.
"Store with Checkerboard Sign"
E. Main St. Brevard N. C.
Profitable feeds for livestock and poul
try. They lower your cost of production
aid make yox more profit".
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Oakland News Items
We had the pleasure of attending
the all day singing at Glenville Sun
day. The program was in charge of
E. D. Randolph, of Rosman, who
proved his ability as leader by the
way he managed that immense con
gregation. There were several splen
did quartets present, also a number
of classes and class leaders. Among
the quartets present were the Sun
shine Four and Bishop Brothers, of
Easley, S. C., the Palmetto Quartet,
of Walhalla, the Jackson Sounty ,
Quartet and the Yellow Mountain
Quartet. There were also duets ?
one by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis and
one by Miss Leota Randolph and j
| Mrs. W. R. Lewis, of Rosman. A j
| number of old-time songs were sung I
jby the congregation, led by differ
ent class leaders. We could con
j tinue writing of things and folks that
were of great interest to us, but it
i would -make our news item too long,
i At the risk of its going to the waste
j basket, we will add this: The good
j folks of Glenville sure believe in
feeding their visitors. There were
at least a thousand people to eat and
]a lot of the good eats were left un
A number of our young folks left
Monday to enter college. Miss Dor
|ean Lee, L. C. Case, Jr., Oneal Owen,
1 went to Cullowhee; Miss Louise Mc
Call went to Asheville. They certain
jly will be missed, especially in the
B. Y. P. U. work.
i W. W. Keid had the misfortune to
lose a fine cow Sunday morning.
I Someone who did not care what
| happened to his neighbor, forced open
the feed-room door of L. E. Cash's
'store and took out the rye flour he
had for sale, and left the door open
and the cow got in and ate so much,
I she died from founder.
Rev. S. B. McCall accompanied his
'daughter. Miss Louise, to Asheville
I E. A. Reid and I. S. Sanders were
in Brevard last week on business.
W. F. McCall and Clarence Norton
made a business trip'to Greenville
and other cities last week.
j Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanders had as
I dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
; C. L .Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Reid and Leo Reid, Mr. and Mrs. I.
i Mrs. T. B. Reid spent the week
! end with her son, W. W. Reid and
Mrs. Fred McNeeiy visited friends
at Black Mountain last week-end.
Mrs. S. E. Alexander spent Sun
day night with her brother, E. D.
Reid and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reid continue to
| entertain tourist and report their
? season's work has been fine.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Norton and
their mother, Miss Evand Sanders
jand Lane Sanders, were Glenville
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCall had as
dinner guest Sunday the former's
1 father, Mr. Pink McCall of Mills
' River, and Mark McCall, a brother
!of Asheville, also was present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Reid and Mrs.
'Maggie Nicholson were Cashiers
' Valley visitors Sunday afternoon.
1 Mrs. Henry Alexander and Miss
, j Myrtle McCall were supper guests of
: Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Sanders Sunday
Mrs. Ralph Alexander is visitinp
, 'her sister, Mrs. Frank Fisher.
Mrs. Waite Reid, Miss Lessie Reid
1 CLASSIFIED ADS
[for RENT ? 3 or 4 room apartment
furniateSfi, modern conveniences, price
?'reasonable to reliable party. Emma
i-BsfgWiell. Sep 10 tp tfc
FREE ? Tube of Colgatcs Tooth
Paste during month of September
with each tube of Colgates at 25c; or
Vaseline Hair tonic at 25c; or Palm
olive Shaving Cream at 25c. Brevard
Pharmacy, ? Jesse B. Pickelsimer,
VICTOR RADIOS . . Victor Phono
graphs . . Victor Records . . If
fit'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 hauling. Rates
reasonable. Siniard Transfer Co.
Phone 118. Aug 13 4tc
WANTED ? Evory 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. JlStfc
WHAT HAVE YOU got to trade on,
man? I want to sell, swap, trade or
exchange a 10-room house in choice
section, on large lot, for other prop
erty and am not particular about lo
cation of yours. Mine is ideal for
home or boarding house. 0. H. Orr,
Agent. Ag 13??
RADIO REPAIRING by an expert
John Reese Sledge, recognized in
Brevard as an authority on Radios
and Television is now with Houston
Furniture Co. Aug 27 tf
ENGLISH BROTHERS, Shoe Re- 1
Builders- Any thing in Shoe repair
ing ? We satisfy. Rose Building,
Fourth ave., Hendersonville, N. C.
We pay postage, so mail your shoes
to us. Junll 4t
WANTED ? Cow to keep from now
till March 1st for her feed. Write
Box 536, Brevard, N. C. Sep 17 3p
FOR SALE ? 78 acre farm, located
on highway No. 28, near Blantyre.
Plenty of wood, water and cultivat
ing land. Will sell cheap and make
terms to suit purchaser. Write J. A. j
care Brevard News, Brevard, N. C.
IN BREVARD FRIDAY
The -County Commissioners will re
convene Friday morning to set the
1931 tax rate and adopt the county
budget, announced Mr. A. H. Kiser,
County Accountant. The other meet- !
ings scheduled for this purpose dur- 1
ing the paat month were all postpon- '
ed for various reasons.
According to Mr. Kiser, Charles M.
Johnson, director of Local Govern
ment, will meet with the commission
ers F riday to advise them on certain
questions which have kept them from
setting the tax rate and county
The Commissioners are eager to
make the tax rate as low as possible.
Therefore they are waiting until they
can meet with Mr. Johnson, to learn
the minimum allowed.
SURVEY OF COUNTY
I A survey of Transylvania County
has just begun under the auspices
of the Institute of Social and Relig
irfSS Research of New York City
j Church and Sunday Schools will be
I the chief objects of the investigation,
| but information is also sought con
icrening public and mission schools
I and the arrangements for caring for
'health, relief and public welfare. The
'physical environment, with the agri
| culture and any industries, will be
studied in so far as they condition the
] religious and social phenomena.
: Transylvania county is one of 20
counties selected as representative of
different parts of the southern moun
tain area. The study is conducted in
! cooperation with a government sur
|vey of the social and economic aspects
j of the Southern Appalachian region,
? under Dr. L. C. Gray of the United
| States Department of Agriculture,
i The worker conducting the survey in
| this county is Miss Jean Adams.
IT. W. Reid and little Miss Verna Lee
Reid left Saturday for Cullowhee
I where the young folks entered school
T. B. Reid and Mrs. L. F. Norton,
'with a few of their immediate fam
j ilies put the Reid cemetery in fair
condition last Saturday. Several of
The Brevard News readers will be
glad to know this.
The committee that was appointed
Sunday at the Lake Toxaway Bap
tist church to solicit food for the or
phanage at Thomasville have been on
the job and expects to start a truck
load of vegetables Thursday morn
jing. It would be fine if all other
; church and communities would follow
Rev. J. M. Green of Rosman, has
an appointment to preach at the
| home of \V. W. Reid next Sunday aft
jernoon at 4 o'clock. The public is
CANTEEN TO MOVE I:
INTO NEW QUARTERS |
"Doc" Galloway, who has operated
"The Canteen" so successfully for the
past three years, is planning to move
his establishment into the Weilt
building, directly opposite the Plum
mer Co. by the first of October.
Mr. Galloway has had a crew of
men re-working the Weilt building
for several weeks. The interior has
been re-constructed and planned for
a modern cafe. Phillip Price, who
helped Mr Galloway with the plans
of the new cafe announced that it
would have four booths with one j
; large, private booth with spac? for a
party of twelve The cafe wil be fit
ted with new, modern equipment, suf
ficient to supply the wants of many
|^By satisfying the desires of many '
; p^ttple with splendid food and service
during the past three years, Mr. Gal
j loway has gained a large business
and it is expected that his new ven
ture will be a success as well.
INTERESTING CHA PEL
' On Thursday, September 10, the
students of Brevard High School
were entertained by a brief, but very
beneficial talk delivered by Rev. G.
C. Brinkman, who is an active work
er in the Brevard Methodist church.
His topic for discussion was success
in school as prior to success in busi
ness and social activities. The aci
vantage of grasping available oppor
tunities was stressed. At the close
j of his address he led the students in
prayer. As the Rev. Mr. Brinkman
is a forceful and interesting speaker.
: his speech was greatly enjoyed by
?SENIOR GIRLS' ACTIVITIES
When we became Seniors, it wa?
necessary to assume executive posi
tions in school activities, to prepare
us for responsibilities we shall en
counter in the business and social
world. For this reason, the programs
iin the Senior girls' home room are
being conducted in a different mode
from that of previous years. Instead
of electing officers and ? a program
committee to serve throughout the
school year, our advisor. Miss Copi),
appoints one girl each time to be in
charge of the entertainment. So far
this plan has worked very success
fully and each program has been in
? str.uctional as well as enjoyable. The
first one, conducted by Louise Gil
lespie, was composed of several mis
cellaneous selections. Essie Norton
' the second girl in charge, presented
' several negro selections and a few
musical numbers. The third home
; room period was devoted to several
: humorous antics, directed by Thelma
? Johnson. Although the programs
; were excellent, we have high hopes
for even better ones in the future.
Beauty Parlor I
THE POWDER PUFF
We announce drastic re
ductions in all of our work
for the winter months, ef
Winter price ....
Shampoo and 7CC
Finger W ave ....
Shampoo & Finger (M.(
Wave, long hair <J>1
Hot Oil Shampoo C1.50
with Finger Wave^l
Electric Facial ^"|.00
Powder Puff Per- (JO.00
manent W^ve . . $ J
Genuine Eugene Wave ?
(including Sham- (??.00
poo, set & trim) t|)U
Eye Brow Arch QC*
Winter price .... OD
Winter price .... DU
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When the Prince found
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dainty perfection won his
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every maiden in his king
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he found its owner. Curi
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HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.