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Charity Football Game To Be Played Here December 4th
BREVARD INSTITUTE AND HIGH SCHOOL
WILL BATTLE ALL-STAR BREVARD TEAM
McLean Field To Be Scene of Struggle, and Charity To Get the
Gate Receipts ? Many Old Timers Will Be In Brevard's All
Star Lineup ? Great Throng Expected to Attend the Coming
Event to Be Staged Friday, December 4.
An all-star football eleven selected
from former high school players and
college athletes now living in Bre- ,
vard will tilt with an eleven picked !
from the Brevard Institute and Blue 1
Devil teams on Friday December 4th, 1
Ruff in Wilkins, Director of the All
Star team, announced early this
week. The admission price was re
vealed as 25 cents with any other
amount the fan may wish to donate;
the entire proceeds of the game to be
used by the County Welfare Board
in its Charity work during the win
ter. ?. ?* ?* ?
The game is being sponsored by the
Brevard Chamber of Commerce and
several of its members are to be on
the football eleven.
The game will be played on the
McLean field, at 3:30 and all the citi
zens of Brevard are urged to buy i
tickets, which will be placed on sale ]
at an early date. The game promises ,
to furnish more excitement and .
amusement than has ever been of- !
fered here for the insignificant sum I
of 25 cents, and with the added as- i
surance that the receipts will be used |
for charity work, leaders in the work ?
Saturday, Nov. 28
4:00 P. M.
$2.50 in gold, $1
bill, $1 silver, and
a 50c piece.
Come in and ask about
this CASH we are giving
away on November 28th.
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ail your needs ? and the
price is always right.
are expecting that an unusually
large crowd will attend the game.
Eighteen candidates have appear
ed for service on the all-star eleven,
from which will be picked a team to
fight the Institute-Blue Devil aggre
gation. Among the volunteers are:
Mayor Ralph Ramsey, Rev. R. L.
Alexander, Joe Vigodsky, Pat Kim
zey, Julius A. Schachner, Jr., Joe
Clayton, Jr., Frank King, Leon Eng
lish, Jr., Jean Bryson, Harry Clay
ton, Tom Mitchell, Jack Trantham,
Alexander "Doby" Lance, Vernon
"Red" Fullbright, Albert Kilpatrick,
James Jones, Harold Whitmire, and
Director Wilkins announces that
all promising players of high aspir
ations in the football world are urg
ed to attend the practices which be
gan Monday afternoon. The all-star
material will drill each afternoon on
the field near the Baptist church.
"This is an opportunity that you
should not miss," leaders in the move
ment urge, "If you play football, try
out for the team., so that the all-star
eleven will be skilled enough to give
the Institute-Blue Devil team a
strong and interesting: game. If you
do not play football, be sure to at
tend the game and do your part in
that manner,1' they urge.
REV. WALTER WEST GOES
TO ALBEMARLE CHURCH
The Rev. Walter B. West, for the
past four years pastor of the Hen
dersonville Methodist church, and
son of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. West of
Brevard, has been transferred to
Central church. Albemarle. Rev.
Walter West has many friends in
Brevard where he has visited often,
and where he has conducted a num
bev of services for his father.
Two drunks were riding the street
car. After having travelled for half
ian hour or so, one asked the other:
I "Say, hie, buddy, hie, what time ish
! it?'' The other pulled a box of
j matches out of His pocket, looked at
it gravely and replied: "Ish Wednes
day." "By Gosh," explained his
i friend, "Then, hie, I must get off
j here ..."
: "He was considered, the most ex
jpert parachute-jumper in the coun
| try," remarked one of the friends
i standing beside the open coffin. .
| "Yes," said the other, "he was
? good till the last drop."
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j Lake Toxaway News I
Mrs. Dunbar, of Madison, is spend
ing several weeks with her daughter
M'rs. Pitt Johnson.
? Mrs. Lewis Banther left last
Thursday to visit relatives in Hen
Miss Edna McCall spent last
Tuesday night with Miss Fisher.
Mrs. Maudie Pence of Penrose, N.
C., spent last week with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Johnson.
Mrs. F. Y. Willbanks had as her
guest last week her sister Mrs.
White and sons of Asheville.
L. C. Case and Chris Fisher made
a business trip to Brevard last Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Garrison Rollins of
Gastonia, N. C., spent last week with
Mrs. Rollins parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. S. Fisher.
Mrs. W. J. Raines and little grand
daughter Freda Jean Hall spent a
few days last week with Mrs. Raines
daughter Mrs. Ford Reid at Sap
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Willbanks of
West Asheville was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Y. Willbanks last week.
Mrs. Crate McCall, of Cashiers,
'visited her sister Mrs. Cope Lee Wed
nesday of last week.
Posie Owen and son Bunion was
in Brevard last Thursday.
Rev. S. B. McCall of Oakland was
in Toxaway last Saturday.
Miss Gladis Johnson spent last
week nt Pickens, S. C., visiting rel
Mrs. Berlin Owen and small son
I Roy were Wolf Mountain visitors
Mrs, R. F. Williams visited Mrs.
G. J. Brunei- and Mrs. W. H. Arro
wood Wednesday of last week.
Mr. Rockwood and Artillus Tins
ley of Brevard and Berlin and Doc
Owen of Toxaway went bear hunting
I Jim Dishman is spending a few
,days in Toxaway visiting friends.
| Miss Laura Duckworth of Hickory,
i N. C., is visiting her nephew Fred
McNeely and Mrs. McNeely at Oak
] land this week.
j Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Scrub's and
| children of Hendersonville spent the
I past week end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Ray.
j Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hall was
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hub
Hall last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fisher and
children spent last Sunday with Mr.
ami Mrs. Louie Fisher.
B. T. Egerton was called to Ral
eigh, N. C., last Sunday on account
iof the death of his sister.
I Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Owen and
children was dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry ? Arrowood last Sunday.
Miss Louise Williams and Cleon
? Williams spent last Sundav with Mr.
and MVs. W. W. Ray.
j Charlie Reid of Sapphire was in
Toxaway last Saturday.
j Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sanders and
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKinna was
I Calvert visitors last Sunday after
Mrs. Ernest Pangle of Rosman
i is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
i H. G. Rogers. .
| Prayer meeting at the Methodist
church every Sunday night is being
i well attended and is doing lots of
good in our community.
Mrs. Posey Owen and small daugh
June and son Roy spent Saturday
night with her daughter Mrs. Earl
Mrs. Pauline Moses gave a party
for the young folks last Saturday
night. Everyone reported a very nice
The Carolina Ramblers of Bakers
ville were the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Arrowood, Wednesday and
Thursday of last week.
C. L. Sanders and daughter Miss
Edith Sanders attended the meeting
at Oak Grove Baptist Church last
Mrs. Charlie Lee visited her daugh
ter Mrs. H. D. Lee, Thursday of last
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Raines and
granddaughter Freda Jean Hall
spent last Saturday with Mr. Raines
mother Mrs. Lyda Raines and sister
'Mrs. Pauline Moses.
Paul McCoy spent last Sunday at
MEETS HERE IN MAY
The five-county singing convention
including Transylvania, Henderson,
Buncombe, Haywood and Jackson
counties was held at Edneyville Sun
day November 15. Three counties
were excellently represented:' Tran
sylvania, Henderson and Buncombe.
There were ; also representatives j
from other sections. Prof. Sloan and
family from South Carolina were
present to participate in the singing.
Representatives from Transylvania
included, R. E. Mackey's singing
class. Ladies quartet of Rosman and
The convention voted to hold the
next all-day singing at the Transy
lvania county courthouse on the third }
Sunday in May. Arvil Simpson was \
appointed president of the 1932 con- J
vention and he will be in full i
charge of. all arrangements, The j
convention has been held twice a year j
for over six years.
President Simpson said he he hop
ed with the cooperation of the citi
zens of Brevard and Jransylvania
county to make this convention one
of the biggest and most interesting
events to take place in the county
during 1932. He announced that din
ner woud be served on the grounds
and that the conventic-. would con
tinue throughout the entire day. J
Quebec News Items
Mr. W. B. Henderson and daugh-I
ter, Helen, visited relatives, Mr. andj
Mrs. T. E. Edwards, of Tigerville, S.
C., Sunday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Woodard and
family of Rosman, Mr. and Mr. Av
ery Reid of Brevard, visited the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. John Rufty and Mr.
and Mrs. Mich Neely of Brevard,
visited Mrs. Elizabeth Reece and
Mrs. B. T. Whitmire, last Sunday.
Uncle Jack Whitmire is on the.
sick list this week.
Miss Mary Etta Fisher is spend
ing some time visiting relatives in
Easley, S. C.
Rev. J. E. Bert spent Friday night
as guest of W. B. Henderson and
MrB. Gene Bert spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Stophel of
Mrs. M. 0. McCall and daughter,
Mrs. Walter Whitmire, made a trip
to Greenville, S. C., Saturday.
Mr. Broadus Henderson, with
friends from Rosman, made a trip to
Six Mile, Clemson College a"hd other
places of interest in South Caroling
| Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gant of Ros
man, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Reid Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanders are
I spending several days with Mj's.
Sanders mother, Mrs. J. R. Wilson,
of Westminster, S .C.
! Little Betty Jean, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, has been
quite ill, but is improving.
| Mrs. James Chapman spent Thurs
day with Mrs. John Robinson.
Mrs. Gene Moore and Miss Nell
? Robinson spent Friday night with
Mrs. Elizabeth Reece.
I Miss Inez Alexander of Lake Tox
away, was a Quebec visitor Sundav.
| Miss Lucile Henderson was the
Sunday guest of Louise Owen.
| Mr. dYid Mrs. Woodfin Miller of
Sapphire, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene
j Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Mil
ler on Sunday.
i Rev. J. K. Henderson of Brevard,
was the dinner guest of his brother,
Mr. C. W. Henderson and family,
There was an unusually large at
tendance at the B. Y. P. U. Sunday
night. A helpful and interesting uro
gram was rendered on "Soul Win
ning." Guffie Whitmire gave some
special music on the guitar and
Homer and Leroy McCall joined with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanford and
small daughter, of Enka, visaed the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
STAR ROUTE BIDS
BEING MADE AT P.O.
Proposals in the form of bids from
eligible persons are being accepted
for consideration for Star Mail mutes
by the Post Office department tre this
time, postmaster Roscoe NichoUoo
announced this week. Application*,
may be secured from the local post
1 Postmaster Nicholson released the
? following announcement of Walter F.
Brown, Postmaster General, early this
Post Office Department,
Washington, D. C.,
October 27, 1931.
! Proposals will be received at the
Office of the Second Assistant Post
' master General, Post Office Depart
ment, until 4:30 p. m., of January
19, 1932, for carrying the mails of
the United States from July 1, 1932,
to June 30, 1936, upon the star routes
in the States of North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Al
abama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ken
tucky, Porto Rico, and Virgin Island,
as specified in pamphlet advertise
ment of this date.
List of routes, forms of proposals
antl bonds, and all necessary informa
tion will be furnished upon applica
tion to the local postmaster or to the
second Assistant Postmaster General,
Washington, D. C.
WALTER F. BROWN,
STATE TERASURY SHOWS BIG
BALANCE NOW ON HAND
j Raleigh, Nov. 18 ? The State Treas
ury had a cash balance of $8,978,
854.59 at the end of October, in
cluding $508,448.19 in the general
fund and $7,198,654.64 in highway
and other special funds, of which
$599,493.53 is obligated for special
'purposes, the combined statement 'of
'the Auditor and Treasurer shows.
The general fund cash balance
was cut down from $875,000 to $508,
000 during the month, while the. bifih
way and other special funds were
reduced by about $180,000 during the
The State's debt remains at $179,
611,371, consisting of $177,109,000 in
: bonded indebtedness; $2,330,000, bor
1 rowed July 1 to take up the over
draft of about that amount, and
'$272,371 in emergency loan perman
ent improvement notes.
' Walter Jr. and Howard Reece, of
Rosman, spent the week-end with rel
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Owen, Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Alexander visited
their parents this week.
I UNIONS ARE BUSY
I B. Y. P. U. organizations of the
Upper District of the Transylvania
association are very busy with the
work of the church and are receiving
splendid cooperation from the chur
ches as a whole.
At the district meeting held at
Lake Toxaway church on Sunday af
ternoon, November 8, the following
program was given :
j Song Service, H. McCall of Oak
'Grove Church; Prayer, Rev. Paul
| Hartsell ; Devotional, Calvert Union;
; Roll Call, reporting two now unions
'in the district, organized since the
last meeting. One at Oak Grove and
the other at Middle Fork.
Song, All; Demonstration Program,
Rosman Union conducted this part
of the program led by Mildred Wat
kins, quizz leader, Vasco Manley and ,
group captain, Jane McLean; Short
Talks, Mayor Ralph Ramsey on,
"Youth's Roll Call, and the "Living
stone Johnson Memorial."
SHbrt Talks, Rev. Paul Hartsell on
Biblical Recorder and Every Member
j Business Session, and adjournment.
! At the business session it wax
planned for the next meeting to be
held the second Sunday in February
at the Mt. Moriah church at Calvert,
with The Oak Grove Union scheduled
to give the Demonstration program.
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