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PAUL SCHACHNER IS
STAR AT WEAVER
Paul Schachner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Schachner of Brevard, is
being recognized throughout Western
North Carolina as one of the out
standing backfield men in his class,
by football fans and sports writers.
He is in his first year at Weaver
College, and much of that team's
creditable playing is attributed to the
prowess of the popular young Bre
As quarterback of the Brevard
High squad last year, young Schach
ner displayed generalship that won
for him the distinction of the most
valuable player on the Brevard team,
and was awarded the loving cup of
fered by Simpson Barber Shop for
his outstanding work. Under his
leadership Brevard High had one of
its best years in the pigskin work.
Coach Poindexter, of Weaver Col
lege, has built his team this year
around the Brevard star, who is be
ing rated in the "Branch class" as a
carrier and all-round player by many
people in Western North Carolina.
BREVARD DEFEATS i
BIG TOWN PLAYERS
Brevard duck pin defeated the
Asheville aggregation here on the'
Recreation Center alleys Wednesday
night of last week by the narrow
margin of eleven pins, final score be- ,
i rig Brevard, 1529 ? Asheville, 1518.
Gilbert, of Asheville, was high
score man of the meet totaling 318. i
while W. W. Croushorn was high man j
for Brevard, his score being 312. ;
Much interest is being shown in i
duck pins in Brevard as the winter i
?season .gets under way and a num
ber i teams in other Western North
Carolina teams are finding the ex-!
cellent bowling alleys of the Recrea- 1
tion Center to their liking. j
.Brevard 1529 i
Beam 117 104 85 300
Croushorn 10-1 100 108 312 I
Kilpatrick 88 105 11 -j 30"!
Jerome 89 102 113 30-i !
Bridges 107 92 101 300,
?I shfi'itlc 1518 !
Hoffman 112 119 83 314
Gilbert 106 115 97 318
A. Ciriset 103 107 104 314
Alien Ill 92 97 300
K. J. (j rise I 92 87 93 272
THE PRAYER CORNER
(From Ike Files of Lont/ Ayo) |
"K bbflXG CHRISTMAS"
"Ho that regardeth the day. re
gardeth it unto the Lord" ? Romans
It is a good thing to observe Christ
mas day. It helps one to feel the
supremacy of the common life over
the individual life.
But there is a better thing than the
observance of Christmas Uay. and
that is "Keeping Christmas '.
Are you willing to stoop down and
consider the needs and the desires of
little children, to remember the weak
ness and loneliness of people who are
growing old. to stop asking how much
your friends love you, and ask your
self whether you love them enough ;
to try to understand what those who
live in the same house with you, really
want, without waiting for your ugly
thoughts, and a garden for your kind
ly feelings, with the gate open ? arc
you willing to do these things, ever
for a day?
Then you can keep Christmas.
Are you willing to believe that love
is the strongest thing in the world ?
stronger than hate. Stronger than
evil, stronger than death ? and that
the blessed life, which began in Beth
lehem ninteen hundred years ago, is
the image and brightness of eternal
Then you can keep Christmas. And
if you keep it for a day, why not al
But vou can never keep it alone.
,1 PICA YF.R FOR KKKl'ISU
Our Heavenly Father, we thank
Thee that Thou didst so love us, Thy
erring children, that Thou didst send
us Thy Beloved Son to be the propi
tiation of our sins, and not for our
sins only, but also for the sins of the
whole world. Help us to keep the day
of His Birth with glad and thankful
he a rts.
Make us willing to stoop down and
consider the needs anil the desires of
little children: remember the weak
ness and loneliness of the people who
are growing old.
Give us grace to stop asking how j
much our friends love us, and ask
ourselves whether we love them
enough: to try to understand what
those who live in the same house with
us really want, without waiting for
them to tell its. Enable us to. make a
grave for our ugly thoughts if we
have any. and make a garden for our
kindly thoughts with the gate open
so shall we keep Christinas, oven for
more than a day.
Make us willing to believe that love
is the strongest thing in the world
Stronger than hate, stronger than
evil, stronger than death, and that the
blessed life which began in Bethlehem
nineteen hundred years ago, is the
image and brightness of Eternal
I.ove. So shall we indeed keep Christ
mas, not only for a day but always.
But, oh. Heavenly Father, write in
delibly upon our hearts, that we can
never keep it alone. And this we ask
in the Name of Thy Blessed Son, our
Savior, who loved us and gave himself
for us, Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
C. D. C.
Antwerp. Belgium, takes second
place as a fruit-importing place, com
ing after Liverpool.
The only place that is exempt from
thunder and lightning is the Arctic
GLADE CREEK NEWS
' Mr. R. H. Kuykendall, of Gastonia,
is visiting his daughter, Mtra. G. L.
Mr. OUie Kuykendall and Mr. Taff
Hudison, of Gastonia, and Mr. Ellas
Kuykendall, of Tryon, visited their
sister, Mrs. George Pridmore, Sunday.
Miss Emily Anders and sister, Ca
therine, visited Miss Leona Pridmore,
Mrs. Lee Kilpatrick and daughter,
Fay, and son, Woodrow, of Bat Cave,
were visiting in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Hob Hopkins and
son, James, were callers at Mr. and
Mrs. Randall Scott on day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Scott and chil
dren were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lance Scott, Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Lance visited Mr. and
Mrs. Manson Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Morgan and
small daughter visited Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Pridmore.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCrary and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hamilton
and children spent Thanksgiving; din
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCrary.
Mr. J. M. Lance visited his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lance, Saturday.
Mr. C. A. McCrary had .the misfor
tune of loosing a fine hog.
Mr. Neal Hamilton has built him
self a nice new barn.
This community seems more cheer
ful to see the men going with their
dinner buckets and saws and axes
Sioinfr to work at the sawmills, in. the I
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson and
Mr. George Pridmore and daughter,
Leona, and son. Colonel, motored to
Campobello, S. C.
Mr. John Anderson and Colonel
BREVARD BOYS ON
HONOR LIST AT W.F.
Wake Forest, Dec. 2 ? Two sons of
Brevard citizens are among the 800
students enrolled this session at Wake
Forest college. " Both are seniors and
are candidates for the Bachelor of
Arts degree. W. M. Grogan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grogan, is vice
president of the Baptist Student
Union and is member of the intercoll
giate debate squad and the Euzelian
Literary Society. Grogan was a mem
ber of the 'varsity debate team last
session and was undefeated in "Big
Five" competition in North Carolina.
R. H. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. V.
C. Moore, is a member of the Euzel
ian Literary Society.
Wake Forest College has students
enrolled from 95 of the 100 counties :
I in North Carolina. It enjoys the dis-|
,tinction of being the oldest and larg-j
'est Baptist institution for men in the
Pridmore motored to Hendersonville,
Mrs. B. C. Anderson visited in the
Little River section Friday.
Miss Catherine Murray, of Ashe
ville, has returned home after spend
ing a week with Mrs. Ralph Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Hob Hopkins have
moved into their new home on the
John Anderson place.
! Rev. Mr. Blackwell, of Henderson
ville, is going to preach a sermon at
Holly Springs Sunday, Dec. 0. The
public is- invited.
Mrs. Parmer McCrary and children
spent the day with Mrs. Neal Ham
ilton one day last week.
I j I
| Lake Toxaway Newt
I L_ ? " ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reid of Oak
land visited Mrs. R. J. Cook last
Mrs. Fannie McCoy spent the
week-end with her daughter Mrs.
Arrowood Lee and Mr. Lee.
Rev. E. E. Yates of Rosman
preached at the Methodist church
last Sunday morning.
The B. Y. P. U. meet Wednesday
of last week at the home of Mr.
?and Mrs. Lewis Tinsley.
R. F. Williams made a business
' trip to Asheville Monday of last
John Reece and Freeman Cash
of West Asheville was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Cash's brother, L. E.
Cash at Oakland Wednesday and
Thursday of last week.
Owen Lee, little son of Mr. and Mrs. ?
Cole Lee is on the sick list this week. !
Mrs. Granville Fisher spent Sun-!
daav in Brevard visiting relatives.
Mrs. L. C. Case, and son, L. C. Jr. j
and Warren and Mrs. S. B. McCall i
of Oakland spent Thanksgiving in
Asheville with Mrs. M)c Call's daugh
ter Miss Louise McCall.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Gillespie and
daughter Virginia and Miss Essie
Owen spent last Sunday in West i
Asheville with Mr. and Mrs. Henson. I
Rev E. E. Yates and son James j
and J. E. White of Rosman were
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. j
Arrowood last Sunday.
Miss Virginia Brunei- gave a party i
for the young folks last Saturday !
night. Everyone had a very nice;
Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Owen and '
children, Ray and A. L., spent Sun
day in Brevard as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Roland' Owen.
Jim Dishman is visiting Fred
Arteliss Tinsley of Brevard was a
Toxaway visitor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arrowood and chil
dren spent Thanksgiving in Pickens,
O'Neil Owen, 'spent Wednesday
and Thursday of last week with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Owen.
Mrs. Dorene Lee spent Thanksgiv
ing with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Lee.
Miss Louise Williams spent the
week end witn Mrs. Payne.
Miss Virginia Bruner and Rich
ard Whitmire spent Thanksgiving
with the latter's relatives in Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ray spent
the week-end in Hendersonville with<
Cleon Williams spent the past
week end in Asheville.
Addison Bruner of Rosman, visit
ed his parents Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Bruner, here last week. I
John Tinsley of Brevard spent j
several days in Toxaway last week ;
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin
Miss Edith Sanders was a Bre- ;
vard visitor Thursday of last week. (
Misses Lovebell and Louise Lyda j
of Georgia spent last week here visi
Mrs. Ethel Owen of Washington,
D. C.. was the guest of her uncle
Kim Miller and Mrs. Miller last
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander
and Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Owen
moved last week to the little cottage :
at the Frank Inman place.
OF THE GAME LAW
County game warden E. R. Gallo- ,
way reports that more than fifteen
violators of the state game laws have
been arrested in Transylvania county
since the hunting season opened, and
Mr. Galloway states that he and his
deputy wardens are on the alert for
hunters who persist in enjoying the
sport without having first procured
Sinee the county has become active
ly interested in the Conservation and
Development program, all fire ward
ens of the county are also empowered
to act in the capacity of game ward
ens, in that they are recognized auth
orities, with power to arrest violators
of the game law. ?
One case tried last Friday, was '.tot
of three men of the county who were
caught hunting without license. While
one of the offenders did not carry a
gun, he admitted that one of the
belonged to him, and this, Mr. /Hp
loway says, caused him to be I
to arrest along with the other/two *
men in the party. Failing to pay the
small fine and costs in the. case, two
Df the men were sentenced to jail for
thirty days. '
THE RIGHT WAY TO TRAVEL
is* by train. The safest. Most com
fortable. Most reliable. Costs less.
InqtMre of Ticket Agents regarding
groggy reduced fares for short trips.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
never parehed3 never toasted
Camels are Kept Fresh!
Yov probably know that heat is used in
the treatment of all cigarette tobaccos.
But you know too that excessive heat
can destroy freshness and fragrance.
That's why there could be 110 truly fresh
cigarette except for scientifically developed
methods of applying heat.
Reynolds is proud of having discovered
and perfected methods for getting the
benefits of lieat treatments and still avoid
ing ever parching or toasting.
With every assurance we tell you, Camels
are truly fresh. They're made fresh ? not
parched or toasted ? and then they're kept
fresh in the Camel Humidor Pack.
If you wish to know why the swing to
Camels is nationwide and steadily growing
? switch to them for just one day ? then
leave them, if you can.
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Winston-Salem, iV. C.
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Camel Humidor Pack is protection against sweat,
dust and germs. In offices and homes, even in
the dry atmosphere of artificial heat, the Camel
Humidor Pack delivers fresh Camels and keepa
them right until the last one has been smoked