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Rosman Section of The Brevard News I
MRS. CLAUDE GLAZENER, Editor |r
Walter Reece and son Walter, Jr.
and Elvin Edney were visitors at
The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge
and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Blake of Se
lica spent Friday as guests of Mrs, |
Mable Kellar of West Asheville.
Prof, and Mrs. J. I. Cline wertfj
Asheville visitors Sunday. . |
Girtha Watkins, J. B. Rodgers and :
James Passmore received pQsitions ,
with the State Bridge Buildihg force
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rodgers, Mrs.
L. M. Watkins and daughter Mildred
and son Girtha and J B. Rodgers en
joyed a chestnut hunt to White
Water last Thursday.
Miss Ophelia Woolum of East La
Porte is spending several days as a
guest of the Rev. and Mrs. 0. J.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge
and family spent Saturday night and
Sunday in Cashiers where the Rev.
Mr. Eldridge filled his regular ap
pointment at the Baptist church. He
was clected pastor of this church a
short time ago.
The Rev. A. J. Manley filled Rev.
Green's regular appointment at the
Methodist church Sunday night.
Miss Elizabeth White spent the
week-end at home with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Critten Galloway are
spending several days as guest of the
latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Wilson, at Cashiers Valley, X. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher and chil
dren and Mrs. Lee R. Fisher were
Sunday visitors of Mr. Jim Raxter
of Carrs Hill section.
Mrs. Muskier I.usk and Mrs. Garf
Williamon of Six Mile, S. C., were
Monday guests bf Mrs. Freeman
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Watson of
Glenville, N- C., are visiting rela
tives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosel fisher and I.
G. McAllhany of Spartanburg, S. C.,
> TfTT IWliW? I'llMIIMl i ? I 1M ? II
CAR OVERTURNS /
A group of men employed by the i
State Highway Commission hail a 1
near serious wreck on highway 28 !
about three miles above Rosman 1
Saturday afternoon. The car left the
hard surface overturning five times
down a very steep embankment. The
occupants were rushed to the Tran
sylvania Hospital immediately for
first aid. It is not known whether all
will recover. Two persons were seri
ously injured. Full extent of their in
juries has not yet been determined.
1'iCNIC DINNER ENJOXEV
Mr. and" Mrs. J. E. White and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. 13. B. White and j
family accompanied Miss Elizabeth '
White to Balsom Grove Sunday where
t.she is teaching. They enjoyed a pic
inic dinner before returning home in
: the afternoon.
1 were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. |
Lee R. Fisher and accompanied Mr.
Jim Fisher who spent several days
last week as guest of his brother Mr. :
; Lee R. Fisher, to his home at Tryon.
Kill Stroupe and Welch Galloway
spent Sunday and Monday in Pick
[ens, S. C., on business.
Mrs. Susie Morgan and Miss Vic
toria Galloway of Brevard were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hayes, Mrs.
| Hubert Edens, Mr. George Hayes and
Claude Stroupe attended the Indian
! fair Thursday.
| Mrs. Jessie Galloway who has been j
i employed in Easley, S. C., returned
i to her home here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis and
children, Ruth and Velma, attended
, the all day singing at Cashiers last
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reid of Asheville
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Arthur Pharr.
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Whitmire and
daughter Lucia Nell and Mr. and
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j R OS MAN SCHOOL NEWS j
I)o not expect the teacher to con
trol your child, if you have failed at
home. Habits of obedience and respecf
for authority must be learned first
Fathers know your sons. .Mothers,
know your daughters. Children who
have been taught always to confide
in their parents can be trusted any
Kind some daily home duties or
chores for your boy or girl to do, and
they will come to appreciate in some
degree the sacrifices you are making
Don't give children much spending
r Let them earn it; otherwise
an excellent opportunity to acquire
the habit of thrift is lost.
Where children are far enough ad
vanced to have home study, be sure
that tiny regularly set aside the same
time for it every day. Regularity is
a good habit to acquire.
Do not believe every report your
child brings home. All children do
t;< t lie, but most children have strong
imaginations which tend to operate in
their own favor, if they are guilty.
Do not take the part of your child
. gainst the teacher before hearing
both sides, and do. not do it after
wards. In nine times out of ten you
will find to your embarrassment that
your child was wrong, and in the
t^nth case, it is better to suffer a
sfciht injustice to your child than to
destroy the teacher's influence over ?
If you have a complaint to make,
go first to the principal of the school
* tMt to the superintendent, a board
member or others.
Do not expect miracles. Not all
children are equally apt. The school
trains minds but does not furnish
Do not apply the adult standard to
the work of children. Do not upbraid
your boy because he can not d j . ums
as well as you can. And when new
things are tried in the schools, con
sider where your business would be
if you still used the same things that
were used when you were a boy. It
you <lo this, you will not criticise all
new innovations in school work.
Principal Rosman High School |
What I Should Like To Be When 1
I should like to be a kind and gen
tle woman, t should like to help peo
ple, and have a pretty home. I shall ?
go to church everjj Sunday.
Katheleen Wilson, Grade 3 J
Our Room ,
We have some goldfish. The gold
fish are pretty. One of them is dead.
. We miss it.
Helen Whitmire, Grade 2
We have a class newspaper. We
named it, "The Craekerjack News."
We enjoy reading it.
I. V. King, Grade 2
Once a grasshopper started hop
ping along to see the world. He -went
a little way. A cat saw him and tried 1
to catch him. The grasshopper flew :
on a pretty flower, and he liked the
sweet scent of it so well that he stay- j
ed there four hours and then flew i
Edna Allison, Grade 2
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS I
A Fire Drill
Clang! Clang! Clang! goes the
fire bell. At once we are all ready to s
go. We do not take time to pack our
books or get our things in order. We
march do^m. the steps and out into
the yard. We do not run down the
steps. In a .minute the building is v
empty. The llell rings again and we c
march back up the steps to our room. I
John Gillespie, Grade 5 \
The Barefoot Boy
We enjoyed studying, "The Bare
foot Boy,'' because it was about a
little boy goiy.g barefooted. At that
time we were going barefooted too.
We enjoyed it also because it told of
the wild flowers, the birds, and all
kind of wild animals.
The poem told of the little boy sit
ting on the door steps while he ate
his milk and bread for supper. As it
was getting dark, he could hear the
frogs singing. He hated to think of
winter coming when he could go bare
footed no more. He called putting his
shoes on, putting his feet in prison.
He thought of the good times he
had had during the summer, picking
strawberries on the hill, roaming
through the forest, picking wild flow
ers, and watching the bees carry the
honey from the llowers.
In the woods he could see the beau
tiful colored leaves falling; the squir
rels carrying their winter supply of
food. Overhead the birds sounded as
if they were calling, "Good-bye" as
they flew southward. We enjoyed
studying "The Barefoot Boy," be
cause it seemed so real.
Lucille Galloway, Grade 5
Politeness To Our Teacher
We should be polite to our teacher
because she is always polite to us.
Unless we are polite she cannot teach
us as well as if we were.
When we are polite we never speak
out unless the teacher says we may.
We should always speak to our
teacher when we enter the room,
never make too much noise when we
walk, and always get up our lessons.
There are many other things we
should do, but if we obey these rules
lit' teacher would be very happy.
Frances Wilkerson, Grade 4
The following students were neith
er absent nor tardy during the
month of September, and made an
average of or above 90:
Third Grade ? Ruth Rice, Gladys 1
Clark, Kathleen Wilson, Cora Sear
cy, Gladys Whitmire, Ella Mae Whit
Fourth Grade ? D. H. Winchester,
Fifth Grade ? Lucille Galloway. i
Tenth Grade ? Myrtle M. Bryson,
Louise Glazener, Blanch Arrowood,
Eleventh Grade ? Elsie White, La- '
vern Whitmire, Irene Pharr.
We are studying health. We have
just begun to realize the necessity of
giving attention to this side of our|
lives: Now we believe that it is a part i
?>f the work of the school to make j
keep people healthy in body as I
well as in mind.
People have a better attitude to
wards disease. People who know they
u'd not well should go to a reputable
lector instead of taking patent med
Sometimes we are too careless to- |
wards disease. Parents as we'll as I
children should tiot expose themselves |
to an infectious disease. A large per- j
rentage of sick and broken humanity ,
Is found in the county districts than
n the city. We are studying the
?auses for this.
Pure water and pure food are
lecessary to good health and we must ;
lave plenty of sunshine, light, and
These are some of the things neces
;avy for good health.
8th Grade Civics Class.
How To Be Healthy
We should be neat and clean when (
ve come to school each day. When we ,
ough or sneeze we should Vic! a !
landkerchief in front of our face. (
Ve should keep our fingers and pm
HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM 0
The Home Economics depart- c
merit of Rosman high school gave a ^
very interesting program on Friday ,
morning October-9th. Mi3s Olga Fort- j
enberry, the Home Economics teacher e
supervised the preparation of the I
program. , <
The program showed good coope- j
ration on the part of the 1st and 2nd *
year pupils as well as the patient ef- I
forts of the teacher. 1 1
Several visitors were present and
appeared to enjoy the program im
HORSE SHOE BRIDGE MOVED
Several of the men working with
the State Highway camp are being ! '
sent to Horse Shoe to take down the 1 '
one way steel bridge that crosses the j
French Broad river which has been,'
lop laced by a more modern concrete
bridge. The steel bridge will be moved
down the river about two miles and
will replace the old covered bridge!
at Horse Shoe.
, : -1
Mrs N. S. Galloway and daughter i
1 hclma were, Sapphire visitors Sun-:
day and enjoyed a chestnut hunt in 1
The Elrod musician brothers, Roy
ar\d Jep of Greenville, S. C., spent
last week-end with Mr. and Mrs D.
Mr. Lee R. Fisher and brother Jim !
fisher and son Ebb of Tryon at-1
tended the Indian fair at Cherokee
Mrs. Marion Glazener and daugh- j
ter, Margaret, visited Mrs. Taft Ow- 1
en at Cherryfield Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Glazener and i
lanuly visited relatives in Henderson- !
^Ir. and Mrs. Doyle Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reid of Ashe- j
ville stopped at the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. E. A. Glazener on their way 1
to Cashiers where they expected to
t camp for several days. j
I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore and
family also Miss Effie Owen and
.Mrs. i' red Nicholson attended the'
Home Coming Day at Quebec Bap
tist church Sunday and returned af- '
ter a enjoyable day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Moore spent'
several days last week as guest of 1
the la iters parents Mr. and Mrs. El
lis Galloway of the Old Toxaway !
section. ? !
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Watkins spent i
Monday in Ilendersonville visiting
? .Misses Annie Hazle, Maxic Moore,
Gladys Gillespie and Messrs. Avery
cils away from our mouths because |
they may have germs on them. We
should eat good food and take nlentv
j Agnes Woodward, Grade 4
Seventh Grade Likes Student
Under the direction of Mr. Kimzev.
the seventh grade has worked out 'a
jiorm of student government that is
quite a success. The following offi
cers have been elected:
President, Everett Whitmirc; Vice
president, Wood row Masters; Secre
tary, Mary Morgan; Blackboard
Committee Annie Gillespie, Paulino
Sutton; Boys Hall Monitor; Billv
Dockms; Girls Hall Monitor, Mollie I
| Allison; Playground Monitor, Russell
Duncan; Giri : Playground Monitor.
, J'e Allison; Window Monitor, Bil
ly Dockins; Picture Committee, Mae
I Owen, Laura Pharr, Inez Oates; Door
Mwiitor, Billy Doclcins.
, The regular class meeting is held
('i<;ry !? rulay from 2:30-3:00. In ad
dition to the regular duties of the
.class officers, the class has brought
material for mounting pictures, cur
uinis for the cloakroom, repaired the
window shades, washed the wood
work of the room, repaired the black
beard and done many other things '
to make the loom more attractive.
Pauline Sutton, 7th grade
Rosman Elementary School Library1
i Wei! Used
\ . S.~nSC'1?0' library, containing '
about 0;>0 volumes, is located on the
J"?... or t'ie school building. In
addition to the roof libraries, each
grade has a regular library period
every week. The book circulation for
the first month was about four hun- 1
cued. Our librarian is Miss Cle > Jam- '
Inez Oates, 7th grade ,
Seventh Grade Beautifies Classroom
The seventh grade has done much
to make its room more attractive.
The grade has made curtains for the
cloakroom, put up a bulletin board,'
repaired the shades, evened up the |
blackboards with a border of pic- J
tures, white washed some* of the ?
wall, washed the woodwork of the|_
room and cleaned the windows. We
have also obtained a book case, li- ! .
brary table, and flower vases, that j
add much to the room. j ,
Mollie Allison, 7th grade.
Keep Our School Grounds Clean!
The pupils of the seventh grade are
trying their utmost to keep the play
ground clean this year. They clean
up the grounds every afternoon, but
this is not enough. The rest of thi
grades should be move careful about t
putting paper and apple cores in the ;
planted in front of the building would
garbage barrels. Some shrubbery
help the appearace of the school.
The ashes, where the paper is burnt,
should be carried away. The large
rocks should be removed from the
grounds. It's our school. Let's make
it attractive I
G. C. McClure, 7th grade.
Winter is coming,
rhe mountains are getting bare,
rhe corn fields have turned brown,
rhe pumpkins are ripe.
Squirrels are getting in nuts for win
Did Jack Frost is ready to bite yo'ir !
loore, Kenneth McCall, Clarcftce
! alio way and Mr. Fowler attended
he Indian Fair at Cherokee, Friday
nd camped on Whiteside Mountain,
eturning home Sunday afternoon.
William and Allan White, Ralph !
,nd Howard Galloway enjpyed a \
hestnut hunt last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore and <
ihildren Pauline and Charles Lee
vere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
vl. N. Moore.
Miss Elsie White spent the week
;nd in West Asheville as a guest of
ler uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Leathers and Mrs. A.
1. Manley visited Mr. Harve Searcey
Sunday. Mr. Searcy is very ill at
'lis home here.
Robert Leathers, James Staton '
ind Lawrence Whitmire spent Sun- j
day in West Union, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris of Bre- 1
vard were Sunday guest of the Rev. |
G. E. Kellar and Mrs. M. Kellar. _ ;
Mrs. John Clement of Colfax, N.
C., a returned Missionary, will speak
an Missionary work at the Wesleyen
Methodist church at Brevard on Sun- .
tlav evening October 18.
Mrs. Eli Huggins of Calvert was a .
visitor of Mrs. Walter Reece Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morrison of
Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Memory
Mull and daughter Viola of Brevard
and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Morrison
of Canton were Sunday guest of Mr:-.
Gene Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Morrison will spend several days
Mr. Walter Reece and Dan Reid of
Oakland were Charlotte visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Stophel visited
Mrs. I. C. Kennon Sunday. The lat
ter is very ill at the home of her
mother, Mrs. J. A. Colburn, at Pisgah
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Morrison of
Canton are expecting to spend this
winter with the former's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Morrison.
Mr. Lee Nicholson and family mov
ed from Cherryfield to the Whitmire
cottage near Zion Baptist church 'it
Rosman last week.
Several people from here attended
the annual Indian fair at Cherokee,
N. C., last week.
Misses Effie Owen, Rosa McLean
and Mrs. H. G. Stophel spent several
days last week visiting in the Glou
cester section, returning home Satur
day loaded with chestnuts. They re
ported a very delightful trip.
Miss Marie Moore, A. M. Paxton,
Jr., and Tom Glazener attended the
Indian fair at Cherokee, N. C. Fri
Mrs. Gene Moore and Mrs. Ander
son Smith of Quebec were dinner
guests of Mrs. Charlie Moore last
Rickmond and Carrol Manley at
tended the Home Coming at Quebec
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher and
children Averie and Ray spent Sat
urday night as guests of the former's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Fisher.
The -Carolina Ramblers noted Mu
sicians were guests of Mr. ami Mrs,
I). L. Glazener last Saturday after
Mrs. J. A. Cannon and son J. A.
Jr., and daughter Tot and Mrs. Rule
Cannon of Pickens, S. C., and Mrs.
Charles Wilborn of Greenville, S. C.,
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Glazener.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kilby of
Greenville, S. C., are spending several
days as the guest of Mr. an<l Mrs.
I,. M. Watkins.
Vando Morgan spent Saturday and
Sundav at West Union, S. C.
Mr. Carlee McCall of the Glouces
ter section was a business visitor to
Miss Selma Morgan of Calvert
spent last week-end visiting relatives
at Fletcher. North Carolina.
Gaston Morgan, Ralph Paxton,
Glenn Whitmire and Arthur Owen
of Cherryfield attended the singing
at Cashiers Sunday.
Mrs. Doyle MossS and children visi
ted Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank McCa'i
of Cherryfield Sunday.
Mr. E. A. Glazener who is recover
ing from an operation is slowly im
proving. . ,
Mrs. S. E. Whitmire spent Monday
afternoon visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gla::ener.
Mr. George Dodson receieved very
painful injuries in an automobile ac
cident. The accident occurred in
Jackson county while Mr. Dodson
was returning home on a truck. The
truck collided with a automobile
throwing Dodson from the vehicle to
the hardsurface. His leg being broken
several times. It is feared the limb
will have to be amputated.
Miss Elsie Maxwell of San Ber
nardino, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Byerly and children of West
Asheville visited Miss Belle Fisher
"Say, I met a real optimist yes
"Who was that .the bird who be
lieves the company isn't going to lay
off any more men?"
"No. It's the fellow who exclaim
ed after getting a leg cut off in a
railroad accident: ''Thank goodness,
it was the leg with the boil on it. '
NOTICE AND SUMMONS j
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
State of North Carolina
County of Transylvania
latuc-i H. Wilson,
Dora Hunks Wilson. *
The defendant above named will
;ake notice that an action entitled as
ibove has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Transylvania
bounty to obtain an absolute divorce
>v said plaintiff from said defendant;
he said defendant will further take
lotice that she is required to answer |
he complaint filed in this cause with
n 30 days from the completion of ser
?ice of summons by publication, or
ile her demurrer to said complaint ,
r plaintiff will apply to the court
or the relief demanded in said com- ;
This the ?8 dav of Sept. 1031.
)TTO AJ.EXANDER, Clerk
iuperior Court. pOei,S,I"'.22 I
NOTICES OF LEGAL INTEREST
Having- qualified as executor of the
last will aiKftestament of G. L. Glaz
ener, deceased, late of Transylvania
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons, having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Brevard, N". C., on or befote the 23rd
day of September, 1932, or this no- '
tice will be pleaded in- bar of their;
recovery. All persons indebted to said j
estate wiil please make immediate
This the 23rd day of Sept. 1931.
Paul Glazener, Executor of the
Last Will & Testament of G. L.
Glazener. 6t S24 thru Oc29
NOTICE AND SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
State of North Carolina
County of Transylvania
Julia Golden Bay ne McCrary
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Transyivan<a
County to obtain an absolute divorce
by said plaintiff from said defendant;
the said defendant will further take
notice that he is required to answer
the complaint1 filed in this cause with
in 30 days . from the completion of
' service of summons by publication, or
file his demurrer to said complaint or
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said com
This the 28 dav of Sept. 1931.
OTTO ALEXANDER, Clerk
Superior Court. p4tOcl,8,15,22
W. B. Byrd, Atty.
NOTICE, of Summons and
Warrant of Attachment
IN THE SUPERIOR COLRT
State of North Carolina
B. B. Williams, plaintiff
T. Allen, J. T. Allen, Anne Allen,
and H. L. CadwaUadcr, defendants.
The defendants above named will
take notice that Summons in the
above entitled matter has issued
against said defendants on the, 19th
day of September 1931, by Otto Al
exander Clerk Superior Court of
Transylvania County for the recov
ery of damaged for personal injury
sustained by said plaintiff on account
of the negligence of said defendants
which summons is returnable in the
Superior Court thirty days from date
of service. The defendants will a'sc
take notice that a warrant of at
tachment was issued by said Clerk
at the time and place above named
for the return of this summons, when
and where the defendants are re
quested to appear and answer or de
mur to said Complaint, or the re
lief demanded therein will be granted.
This 25th day ofJsept. 1931.
Clerk Superior Courl
4t Oct 1 8 15 22
NOTICE of Foreclosure
Under and by virtue of the powei
of sale contained in that certain
Deed in Trust from S. M. Macfie anc
his wife, Mary Ashe Macfie, said
Deed in Trust bearing date of .Tub
the 18th, 1929, and registered in
Book No. 23, on page T!(, etc.. Rcc
ord of Deeds in Trust for Transyl
vania County, N. C., said Deed in
Trust securing certain indebtedness
therein named, and default having
been made in the payment of said in
debtedness whereby the power o.;
sale contained in said deed in trust
has become operative and all notices
required having been given and sai-i
default has not been made good an;
the holder of the note evidencing
said indebtedness having requested
the undersigned Tiustee to foreclose
said deed in trust.
Now Therefore, the undersigned
Trustee, will, on Monday the 2n<:
day of November, 1931. at 12 o'clock
M., at the court house door in the
Town of Brevard, N. C., offer foi
sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash the following described
51.6 acres, lying in Dunns Rock
Township and fully described in said
Deed in Trust aforesaid, reference
being hereby made to said Deed in
Trust and the record thereof for c.
description of said lands by metes
, The proceeds of said sale to be ap
plied upon said indebtedness, cost of
This 2nd day of October- 1931.
D. L .ENGLISH. Trustee.
4tc Oct 8-15-22-29.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain Deed
of trust from William Harrison
Rhodes and wife, to the undersigned
Trustee, dated May 8, 1931, and re
corded in Book 28, page 143, Tran
sylvania County Records, default
having been made in the payment of
the indebtedness thereby seized,
and demand having been made upon
the undersigned Trustee to advertise
and sell the property described in
said Deed ?f Trust,
Now, therefore, the undersigned
Trustee will, on Saturday, the 31st
day of October. 1931, at 12 o'clock,
noon, at the Court House doqr, in
Brevard, N. C., offer for sale an I
sell to the highest bidder for cash, 1
the following described real proper- '
Containing one acre and 3V 1-3
poles, more or less, and being all of
the land described by metes and
bounds in said deed of trust :
recorded in Book 28 page 143, to I
which reference is hereby made for
a full and complete description of
The proceeds of said sale to be ap
plied upon said indebtedness and ex
penses of sale.
This the 30th day of September,
RALPH H. RAMSEY, Jr., Trustee
NOTICE OF RESALE
WHEREAS the property of W.
V. Owen and wife, Ethel Owen, des
cribed in that certain Deed in Trust,
dated June 7th, 1927, and registered
in Book 17, page 241 of the Record of
Deeds in Trust of Transylvania
Couwty, was recently sold under said
Deed in Trust, and the bid filed and
reported "at this sale has been raised
and a resale ordered by the Court;
NOW THEREFORE, the under
signed Trustee will on Saturday,
October the 24th, 1931 at 12 o'clock
M. at the Court House door in t!;
Town of Brevard, N. C., offer f. i
sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash the following real property
Lying in Hogback Township and
fully described in the Deed in Trv
and record aforesaid, reference b< -
ing hereby made to said Deed it;
Trust and record for a description of
said property by metes and bounds.
Proceeds of said sale to be applied
'on said indebtedness, cost of sale,
I This the 9th day of Oct. l'J31.
D. L. ENGLISH, Trustee.
BB&L 2tc Oct. 15-2-.'.
RE-SALE OF LAXD HY T HI 'ST EE
At a sale of the lands hereinafter
described made on Sept. 14th,
the hid having been raised within the
[time allowed, and a re-sale ordered,
I the undersigned trustee, will, on the
20th day of October 1931 at 12
o'clock M. sell to the h - he f I Ider
for cash at the court house t i r in
Brevard, N. C., the following ? rib
Lying on wesj side of Brushy
Creek in Town of Brevard, X. C. con
taining 4.62 acres, being land
.described in a deed made b.v'T. II.
! Shipman and Elizabeth Shuiman >
W. E. Byrd and S. A. Byrd on Aug
ust 27th, 1925, registered in Deed
Book . . at page . . of De- d Rec
ords of Transylvania County, N. C.
Reference is made to said Deed.
Book and page, for further descrip
tion of the property to be offered for
Sale made to satisfy said indebted
ness secured bv said Deed in Trust.
I This Oct. 3rd, 1931.
! WELCH GALLOWAY, Trustee.
2t T A E Oct 8-15
NOTICE of Entry, No. 2647
Slate of North Caroflnu
I, Madison Allison, do hereby enter
and claim two acres more or less
land in Dunn's Rock Township, Tran
sylvania County, N. C.
I BOUNDED as follows: P-ginnin^1
at a double birch it being the mth
east corner of a 17 1-2 acre trac t be
longing to the said Madison Allison
and runs south about GO feet nu ie or
less to a stake in the old Johnson
line thence with the said line west
about 100 poles to the conn of the
said Johnson tract, theniv ; north
course to the south west .i ,..r of
the aforesaid 17 1-2 acre tra t be
longing to the said Madison Allison
thence with the line of the same to
' the place of beginning.
Filed for registration on the 5th
I dav of Oct, 1931, at 11:40 o k A
' JESS A. G ALLOW AY, Enir. Taker.
! i 4tc OctS, 15,22.29.
State of North Carolina.
; Transylvania County.
In The Superior Court
: Atlantic Joint Stock Land !>a:
? of Raleigh, a corporation, Plaintiff.
! A. II. Gillespie and wife, F. M. ' d
lespie, J. L. Gillespie and w .
Annie S. Gillespie; Lewis P. Ila:a
1 1 line, Trustee, & J. V. Bowei ;
.Brevard Banking Company, aiul
j State Commissioner of Bai :
j H. E. Martin, Trustee and T. li.
j Shipman; W .W. Steerman and
[wife, Cora J. Steei man; F. K. tlar.'
iner; W. W. Woodley, Jr.. L oldat
)ing Agent of Brevard Banking
|Co.; Ralph H. Ramsey, Jr.. Ti
'and J. L. Whitmire; T. A. I' -?:
10. H. Orr; T. II. Galloway; Tran
vania County, Defendants.
The above named defenda V\\ W.
I Steerman, and wife, Cora ' Steer
Iman, will take notice that action
entitled as above has been i .'need
" in the Superior Court f isyl
vania County, North Cm to
foreclose that mortgage l'n >. H.
Gillespie and wife, Fannie M (lilies
pie. to the above entitled plaintiff, of
; record in Book No. 11, at Kige No.
23, of the records of such 1 Keds for
j Transylvania County, which said
mortgage conveys a tract of land
situate in said Transylvania County,
j North Carolina, on the French Broad
River, containing. 254 acres, more or
less, excepting therefrom a sn-all
tract which lies within the above de
scribed boundary, which has hereto-*
fore been conveyed as being 2.95
acres, more or less, and is not includ
i ed in this conveyance and in which
land of 254 acres, more or less, less
the small exception, the said defend
ants claim an interest under those
two deeds from A. H_ Gillespie and
[wife, Fannie M. Gillespie, and J. L.
Gillespie and wife, Annie S. Gilles
pie, each of date March 27, 1928, one
of which is of record in Book No. 61,
at page No. 8, and the other of rec
ord in Book No. CO, at page Xo. 190
of the Records of Deeds for Transyl
vania County. Said defendants will
further take notice that they are re
quired to appear at the Office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
Transylvania County in the Court
House* in Brevard, North Carolina,
on the 7th day of November A. D.,
1931, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action on said date,
or within thirtv days thereafter, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This 5th day of October, A. D.,
OTTO ALEXANDER, Clerk
Superior Court. Transvlvapia County
4tc Oc 8,15,22,29.