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Rosman Section of The Brevard News MRS. CLAUDE GLAZENER, Editor ROSMAN SCHOOL NEWS HONOR ROLL To be on the Rosman school hono roll, everyone must make all A's, tha is 90-100 on all subjects, without be ing neither absent nor tardy through out the. month. It takes exceptiona students to make these requirements We have enrolled fit present at Ros man school 441 students, 95 per cenl of these students have an aveiW daily attendance. Following is thi high school honor roll for the month of November: Eleventh Grade Frances Edens, Montaree Galloway Myrtle McCall, 'Irene Pharr, Klsi? t\Vhite, LaVerne Whitmire. Eighth Grade Martin Arrowood, Altha McCall. ODE TO FASHION ?Vc worn my waist cut very low, " in spite of wintry blast or snow; I'\- worn slfort sleeves, or none at all _ In winter, summer, spring and fall. I've worn my dresses thin and tight So they might well admit the light, And thus, the passing throng, delight, But now... it's over! N'ow though the gentle breezes blow, Dame Fashion bids me close the show; 1 must have collars to my ears And dresses long and wide, my dears ! Oh, think of being doomed to wear So many things we'd like to spare! 1 used to think we'd soon go bare... But Fashion's saved us! (flj/ Mo^cic Moore ? Second Year Home Ec.) DINNER AND SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Summeral and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Wilson and child) n enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at tli. home of Mrs. Summeral and Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. E. Henderson, at Gray Court, S. C. About twenty-five guests were pres ent for the turkey dinner. Later in the afternoon a miscellan eous shower was given in honor of the recent bride, Mrs. J. C. Hender son. The color scheme of pink and green was beautifully carried out. A salad course was served with green and pink mints and hot chocolate. The following guests were present: Mrs. Walter Henderson, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ralph Heliums, Mrs. Ramond Camp belle, Mrs. Ralph Wallace, Mrs. Alta Curry, Mrs. Sims Meeks, Mrs. Frank Stuart. Mrs. W. A. Wilson. Mrs. M. C. Summeral, Mrs. L. E. Henderson, Misses .lessie Sloans, Rebecca Stuart, Ruby Thompson, Sara Dill Harris, Virginia Hellams, Corine Powers. Sallieand Fannie Brownlee, Bernice and Frances Henderson. CANVASS COMMITTEE The following persons were elected on Saturday night, November 21st. as Canvass Committee of the Rosman Baptist church. The purpose of this committee is to raise a fund for the church this year. Those appointed were: A. M. Paxton, J. B. Rodgers, George Isreal. Vasco and Homer Man ley and Misses Rosa McLean, Mildred Watkins, Bonnie Sigmon, Beatrice Sisk and Olga Fortenberry. This committee will meet at Zion church Friday Inight, Dec. 6th, at 7 :30 to make reports of their work. The ladies on the committee will serve cake and hot chocolate as refresh ments. Final reports from this com mittee will be made Sunday, Dec. 6th. POUNDING Wednesday night, November 25th, the Rosman Methodist church pound ed their new pastor, the Rev. E. E. Yates, A large variety of useful items were received. The Rev. and Mrs. Yates wish to thank the people for their thoughtfulness and goodness. P.IRTHDAY DINNER A birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wash Whit mire last Sunday, November 29th, in honor of Mr. Whitmire's father, Mr. Baxter Whitmire, who was 76 years old. About 75 relatives and friends were present. .4 WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT It seems that receiving a gift with out the donor's knowledge of it is becyrntntr quite popular nowadays. recent happenings, where the/ ^-'tight to be poor and needy" ju^fitted without the benefact (v , Knowledge of it have occured ?ound our community lately. The . M.Onor of these gifts not knowing until the next morning when he or she went out to feed their chickens or shell some corn or perhaps get some coal. Then the knowledge that they had unknowingly donated several chickens, a bushel or two of corn or perhaps a hundred pounds of coal, to some unknown sufferer. Now, it would be quite unfortunate ^f the benefitted should suffer the , y wtiiliation of having to visit a doctor K on account of a misdirected load of buckshot that was intended for a Km&V"// c. at or sheep killing dog. We WWon't mind helping people who need help. So if the person or persons who ihave been receiving these gifts will please communicate with us then wc will not be in the dark about whom we are furnishing aid. Also furnish dates on or about which nights some thing is to be donated and mention particulars about gift, then no one will likely shoot a stray cat or set a burglar alarm, as a visit will be an . ticipated and the gift will be crated n or suMtai and ready to be delivered. P^liss Lila Mae Whitmire, of Cher ? ry field. was a Thanksgiving dinnei W truest of Miss Elzie and Williwr "\White. PERSONAM* AND SOCIALS E. D. Randolph and duughtt'r ! ,00 til, were visitors to Brevard Sat ' urday. Prof, and Mrs. G. C, Rush won business visitors to Brevard ftjonuay 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Corbiti and son John Frank, spent Thanksgiving hoi ldays visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. (J t Neely at Pickens, S. C.; also visit . in.g Mr. and Mr.;. K. W. Corbin ol . . , alhalla, S. C. i Mrs. J. E. Burt , who has been suffering a burned foot, is recovering nicely. C. F. Caplinger went to Henderson ' ville Tuesday, where he will undergo i natnient at thj Patton Memorial hospital. M. A. Moore, of the Gloucester hoo i.ion, who was hit by :? falling ft1'. ;? - i'vera! days ago, is recoverincr nicely. John Clark and son, Homer, spent Sunday in Greenville, S. ('., visiting .J. 0. Whitner. Miss Virginia Brunei-, of l'.ake Toxaway, spent Thanksgiving as the guest of Miss Connie Whitniire, of Canton. Frank MJeCall, of Cherryfield, was a Rosnnm visitor Tuesday. Charlie Jones, of Asheville, is : pending a few days here. Misses Beatrice Sisk and Olga .?Yrtenberry returned home Sunday after spending Thanksgiving holidays with friends and relatives in Ashe ville and Weaverville. Misses Ruth Jordan, Gladys Gilles pie, Jewel and Kate Waldrop, ? if Calvert, attended the singing in Brevard, Sunday. Frank Fields, of Asheville, is spend ing a few days here. Misses Annie Laura and Mary Singletary, of East Fork section, spent Thanksgiving holidays in Green ville, S. C., visiting relatives and friends. Miss Betty Nelson was a Sunday night guest of Miss Mary Whitniire. Leslie Owen, of Shelby, spent Fri- ; day night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mickler Lusk and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Owen were Fri-' day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Owen, of Cherryfield. ! Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Woodruff and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plemmons, of Canton, were Sunday geests of Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Owen, at Cherryfield. Mrs. A. J. Manley was a Thanks giving dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sisk. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Summeral were Hendersonville visitors Sunday. i Misses Mary Ruth Hersey. of Ches terfield. S. C., and Mae White and Lucv Fullbright were Friday dinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sum-, ineral. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edney spent the wvk end with the former's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Edney, at Salem. M. H. Zeigler, who has been quite ill for several days, is slightly im proved. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Cline spent Thanksgiving holidays with relatives and friends in Andrews. Floyd Mosn, who has been suf foring from erysipelas, is improving. | Mrs. Tom Gillespie and daughter. 1 Louise, and son, Melvin, of Brevard, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rice Thursday. , I Mrs. W. S. McLean, who has been ill for several days, is slighly im proving. ? _ 1 Howard and Walter Reece, Jr., spent the week end with their grand- < mother, L. E. Reece, at Quebec. j Mrs. H. G. Stophel visited Mrs. I. C. Kennon, who is critically ill at the home of her mother at Pisgah Forest, j Calvin Galloway made a business ? trip to Brevard Saturday. Miss Naomi Hersey, of Henderson ville, visited Miss Rosa McLean Wed- 1 nesday and Friday of last week. i Mr. and Mrs. Van Hayes, of Ashe ville, visited Mr. land Mrs. W. I. i Reece Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Furman Moore and children, of Spartanburg, S. C., spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore. ! The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge had as their Thursday dinner guests, Miss Azilee Owen and Carl Eldridge, of Brevard. I Mrs. E. L. McKee, of Waynesville, was a Rosman visitor Saturday. Carlee McCall, of the Gloucester i section, was a Brevard visitor Sat j urday. A minor autonv bile accident occur ed on Main Stre Sunday afternoon when a truck f \bswiped a Pontiac coupe. None of fhe occupants were injured. The only damage was to the fender and running board of the coupe. W. I. Reece was a High Hampton visitor Wednesday. S. H. Mingus has returned to Ros man after spending Thanksgiving holidays with relatives at Conley Springs. ? , ... Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Moss and chil dren visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank MteCall, at Cherry field Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Watkins and daughter, Mildred, and J. B. Rodgers were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Zachary, at Hendersonville. Miss Laura Pressley, of Brevard, snent Thanksgiving with MVs. M. . Kellar and Rev. G. E. Kellar. Miss Ethel Manley was a Sunday i night dinner guest of Miss Mildred ? Watkins.^ Mrs. M. H. Zeigler, of Asheville, is i spending some time with her daught ? er, Mrs. J. I. Cline. i The Rev. and Mrs, W. E. Rufty and > children, of Emma, were Sunday vis i itors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McClure and I family sperft Thanksgiving day at Chesney, S. C., with Mr. McClure's mother, Mrs. J. B. McClure. Th? ? latter returned to visit here for some : time. i Mr. and Mrs. Burns Thomas of New Ifopo, S. C., who were recently mar SING I KG CONVENTION MEETS ] . __ 1 ,et us remember that, the Junior - Kinging convention meets at Oak Grove church, CJucbrc, Sunday oven > ing December Cth, at i! o'clock. Ev erybody lias a special invitation to attend. 1 hope (luring the winter months that the people will not loose their in terest for the singing convention as many of us have done in the past. Iiut that each singer will exert every effort possible to make the singing a ival success and a place of pleasure and enjoyment for those who attend. ' Let us practice the difficult new songs in the classes at home, so we will he able to render them beauti fully at each convention. Then the public wi'l enjoy hearing the different choirs sing and will always speak a good word for them. Again thanking each one for the line Spirit of Co-operation in this great work, may we press onward , until we have accomplished much goal in the Master's Name and that , we can say ? j When life's harvest time is ended, May 1 have some sheaves for thee; i Then I will when I've ascended, ; I'raise Thee through eternity. j' Yours in song, E. D. RANDOLPH. ! : i R. Y. P. U. SOCIAL |j A B. Y. I'. U. social was held at j j | the home of Miss Rosa McLean on ) Friday night, November 27th. The following guests were present: Ruby c Glazener, Helen Summey, Agnes , I Woodward, Beat rice Woodward, Wil da Recce, Opalee Greene, Marguerite '] Recce, Inez Oates, Pauline Moore, ? Liva Passmore, Lewis Summey, Her- 1 [ bort Woodward, Roy Eldridge, Tho mas Glazcner, Howard Reece, Robert j, Oates, Jr., Russell Greene, Nath ; Passmore, Rosa McLean.leader, Ruth ; Moore, Ethel Manly, Lula Manly, ]? Emma Jane McLean. Refreshments v ?of cake and hot chocolate were served and many different kinds of games j, were played. I e i p HENDERSON-EDNEY Mr. Elvin Edney and Miss Mar- g jorie Henderson were married Wed- . nesday evening of last week neat 't Pickens, the Rev. J. E. Bert perform- e ing the ceremony. Mrs. Edney is the , second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. f W. Henderson, of Quebec. She has I s been employed by the Enka Rayon (| Manufacturing company for some time. She is a graduate of the Ros- d man High school, class of '29s Mr. Edney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E T. Edney, of Salem, S. C. He has j been employed by the Toxaway Tan- ti ning Co. for several years. At pres- j ent, the couple are spending some t! time with Mr. Edney's brother here, n Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edney. a CONFERENCE jj Is A conference will be held at Middle , Fork Baptist church, Saturday night, n December fifth, at 7:30 p. m. li ! WESLEY AS' SERVICES \ E There will be preaching services j (; held at the Wesleyan Methodist church in Brevard every Sunday night at w 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10:00 -j a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday and Saturday nights at 7 :30. Public in- , j vited. The Rev. G. E. Keller, pastor. ! t I ried are spending several days visit- ( inu; Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Rodgers anil 1 family. Miss Virginia Roberts, of Shelby, C who been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. C. > McClure for several weeks returned to her home in Shelby last week. Mrs. E. R. Galloway and neiee, Betty Nelson, and Mrs. L. M. Wat kins attended the singing in Brevard I j Sunday. s Mrs. Paul Rodgers and children ; and Mr. and Mrs. Burns Thomas, of | New Hope, S. C., visited Mr. and ' j Mrs. Vando Morgan, Sunday. !a Miss Marie Moore and A. M. Pax- [ ton, Jr., were Sunday night supper j guests of the latters parents, Mr. and t Mrs. A. M. Paxton, Sr. U Mrs. C. R. Stover and daughter, Guyma, returned Sunday to Mrs. r Stover's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. 'j Moore, of the Gloucester section, af- ( ter spending a week with Mr. and Mrs, D. L. Glazener. ' ?] 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Kilpatrick andig daughter, of Brevard, were Thanks- ; giving dinner guets of Mr. and Mrs. |( Hubert Edens. ;i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis and j children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. j Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. it Lewis, of Pickens, S. C. i A. M. Paxton, Jr., and Tom Bry-|( son, of Brevard, visited Mr. and Mrs. I D. L. Glazener Sunday. i . Miss Elsie Maxwell and Austin j j Hogsed visited Miss Ruth -Morgan . 1 who is attending school at the Ashe- 1 _ ville Normal last week. Miss Max- i well remained for a several days visit j| with her aunt, Mrs. Claude Byerly, of West A ' :>ville. Mr. : M 1 T T,. Cantrell, of Flat Rock Li Milt Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lon i Chapman. ' Mr. and Mrs. (I rover Woodard and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Norris, ! of near Glenville, last Thursday. j Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Meece and j son, J. L.. of Calvert were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs.Lon Chapman. The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Rufty and children and Therman Baldwin of Emma, spent the week " end as guests of the Uev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge and family. 1 Mrs. H N. Blake and Mre. Bryson, of Selica, were Rosman visitors Friday. Dr. E. L. English and son, Ernest, of West Asheville. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Glazener, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Glazener and A. M. Paxton, Jr., enjoyed Thanks i giving dinner at the home of Mrs. l Quebec News Items J !'. ! "Th:re ore six of us boys now." This remark was made by Master : Truman when on Nov. SJ5, he ac j quired a new brother-in-law. Miss Marjorio Henderson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Henderson, was married to Mr. Edwin Edney of Salem, S. C. Mrs. Edney is a gradu ate ol' Rosman High school and has been employed at Enka for the past ; two years. Mr. Edney has spent the 1 past several years in Rosman. Both young people are very popular, and ! have the best wishes of all their ' friends. Mr. Bruce Tomberlin of Burnsville, | spent the week-end as the guest of ' Air. \V'. B. Henderson and family. Mr. Tomberlin is well remembered and well liked here as the principal of our school a few years ago. .Miss Bernice Reid of Brevard, spent the week-end with her cousin, Miss Gussie Whitmire. ' r. Cecil Robiiv-i-n, Mrs. John Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mc Call attended the county singing convention at Brevard Sunday. Mrs. Dan Miller of Sapphire, is spending some time with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanders took ? Thanksgiving dinner with the form- | pr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam San- j Jers. It will be of interpst to relatives i ind friends here to learn the follow-, ing: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse,, Perry Henderson, a daughter. Al-|: :hough they have made their home in Landruni. S. C., since their marriage, : : VIr. Henderson has spent most of his J ' il'e in Transylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Booth Price of Glou ?ester were Saturday supper guests if Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Owen. Misses Nellie, Virgie and Ruthi, riiomas, Lillian Dodgin, Bill Brisco, j' ind Wayman Thomas made a trip to I Sasley last Sunday. ; 1 Mrs. W. Fisher is reported ser- ! ously ill at her home at Reids Sid- , ng. ! I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Whitmire I nade a business trip to Brevard j t Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vanking-(i iurg and family of Asheville, visit d Mr. W. B. Henderson and family ? 1 lunday. ! t Mrs. J. W. Jones was the dinner s uest of Mrs. T. C. Henderson on e lunday. C .Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Edney spent 1 he week-en dwith Mr. Edney's par- n nts in Salem. js Mr. and Mrs. Claude Simpson andjii amily from Greenville, visited Mrs. a limpson's sister, Mrs. M. 0. McCall. c uring the week-end. s Garland Whitmire spent several l ays in Big Cane Brake last week. !t W. B. Henderson, Helen and 1 1 Iroadus Henderson and Mrs. Geene.l loore attended the singing convcn- : ion at Brevard Sunday. !p The Junior Singing convention for ? n tie upper part of the county will's* leet at Oak Grove next Sunday, v fternoon at 2:30. Everyone invited. s Mrs. T. C. Henderson. Mrs. J. W. \ ones called on Mrs. A. J. Owen g unday afternoon. f M. 0. McCall and Cicero Brooks j uide a business trip to South Caro- p na last week. |\ Elmer (Jolden visited relatives in > lelmont, S. C., last week. ;p Gus Bagwell of Brevard, was 9 ; luebec visitor Sunday. 0 Rev. J. K. Henderson of Brevard, g ?as the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. '. C. Henderson Sunday. jr M. C. Fisher, small son of Mr. and L Irs. Dillie Fisher, is on the sick list his week. I Mrs. Welch Reid and children of I s (akland, visited her mother, Mrs 'olvin Miller, last week. Jlazener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. ;j J. Moore. It Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gurley and Mrs. je Ula Teague, of Brevard, visited Mr. 'c nd Mrs. D. L. Glazener Sunday. i 1 Misses Mamie Hayes and Eliza j Nicholson, students of W. C. T. C., pent Thanksgiving holidays at their espective homes. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Glazener en oyed Thanksgiving supper with Mr. nd Mrs. A. 0. Kitchen, of Brevard. Freeman Hayes, E. M. Collins and 'aul Stroupe bird hunted in Glouces er Thanksgiving day. Thirteen birds k'ere killed. Miss Belle Fisher spent Wednesday liyht and Thursday as the guest of \ J ilr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, of j )akland. Mr. and Mrs. Jess A. Galloway, of ' Jrevard, visited Mr. and Mrs. Addi on Brunner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Whitmire and ; j laughter, Nell, visited Mrs. Whit- i nire's brother, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. 1 3auknight, of Easley, last Sunday. i A. M. White, Jr., underwent a ' ;onsil operation at Hendersonville i ?eeently. Dr. Braekett performed the ( >peration. I Mrs. J. E. White and sons, William, < Allen and Braxton, and daughters,:! Elsie and Margaret, and Miss Ophelia 1 IVhite were visiting and shopping in ] Asheville last Friday. Miss Cleo Jamison spent Thanks jiving holiday at. Spartanburg, S. C., ivith her parents. I Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Kitchen were i Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Glazener. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Harrison, nf Sapphire, visited in Brevard Sat urday. Returning to Rosman, they spent Saturday night ?n>i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Galloway and family. Miss Miamie Hiiikle spent the week end at her home in Salem, S. C. The Rev. Holtzclaw, who is con ducting a revival here, spent Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Randolph and family. The Rosman ladies, quartet sang at the singing convention which was held at the Brevard court house Sunday. Paul Curley, of Brevard, spent Sat urday night and Sunday as the guest of Robert Randolph. "Aunt" Mary Randolph, who has been visiting Mrs. Gus King of the East Fork section for some time, waa LEGAL TRANSFERS i Ecccnt legal transfers, recorded fa j the office ol' the Register of DcimIh i Jes:: Galloway and Assistant Regist er, Mrs. Jess Galloway include: .John F. Scott and wife to M. G. McKnight, trustee. Glyde Blvthe to Joe liyday and | Wife. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our kind neigh bors and friends for their help and sympathy during the death of our husband and father, and for the beau tiful floral tributes. Each and every act will be remembered throughout the years of memory. MRS. J. E. CARTER AND FAMILY NOTICE OF SALE By virtue of the power of sale con tained in a certain Chattel Mort gage made and executed by M. C. Miller on March 17th 1931 to R. S. Boyd and sold to United Securities corporation which said chattel mort gage is recorded in the office of the ; Register of Deeds of Transylvania | County, North Carolina in Book 23 on page 312, to which reference is hereby made and default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said chattel , mortgage whereby the power of sale ' contained therein has become opera tive, the undersigned will on Wed nesday the ninth day of December 1931 at 12 o'clock noon at the court house door of Transylvania County in the town of Brevard offer for 1 sale to the highest bidder for cash at * public auction all of the following Jeseribed personal property. s Or.e pair of mules Color Brown, I Weight about 2000 lbs. This the 17th day of Nov. 1931. t United Securities Corporation f >tc Nov. 19 26 Dec. 3 r VOTICE of Sale of Real Estate 1 0 Default having been made in the 11 >ayment of the indebtedness secured '' >y a certain Deed of Trust executed o the First National Company of ^ Durham, Incorporated, and the Un- 5 on Trust Company of Maryland, Trustee, on the first day of June, * 328, by M. A. Mull and wife, Het- C ie E. Mull, on the lands herein de cribed, said Deed of Trust being re- a orded in Book 22, Page 456, in the u )ffice of the Register of Deeds of >ansylvania County, North Caroli- t( a, the undersigned will, having been h o requested by the holder of said G ndebtedness offer for sale, at public uction to the highest bidder, for a ash at the Courthouse door of Tran- it ylvania County, North Carolina, at welve o'clock Noon on Monday, the a wenty first day of December, 1931, B he lands described in said Deed of 'rust, to wit: t< BEGINNING at a stake at the oint of intersection of the West ? largin of Broad street with the iiuth margin of Jordan street, and uns thence with the said South mar- 0 in of Jordan street, North 64 deg. A ^est 80 feet to a stake in said mar in; thence South 26 deg. West 37.5 K eet to a stake; thence South 64 deg o; last along the center line of a i , arty wall 80 feet to a stake in the si ^est margin of Broad Street; thence lorth 26 deg. East 37.5 feet to the a lace of BECINNING. E BEING part of those certain lots ? f land described in deed from T. H. 11 ihipman et al to M. A. Mull, dated , he 25th day of January, 1928 and ecorded in Book 60, page 101 of the v ecords of deeds of Transylvania 1 Jounty. N. C. jf The purchaser at the foreclosure " ale assumes the payment of all un laid , taxes and street assessments n gainst the property. The Union Trust Company of v Maryland having resigned as Trus- * ee, as in said Deed of Trust provid- 1 , d, the sale is i?jing advertised and J* onducted by the undersigned. This Twelfth day of November 1931. TV. G. Brahman and T. L. Bland, 1 Receivers First National Company a of Durham, Incorporated, Trustee, j Itc Nov. 19-26 Dec 3-10. I? NOTICE, of Summons and y Warrant of Attachment i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT |u 'Jorth Carolina, ,s Transylvania County. ? 8 Brevard Building and Loan , a Association, vs. ?Innic Ma;/ Patton, J. J. Patton ind Amanda Walker Patton. j0 J. J. Patton and Amanda Walker jj Patton, two gf the defendants above ? lamed, will take notice that sum- j nons in the above action was issued }. igainst the said defendants on the >] 1th day of November, 1931, by the ^ jndersigned Clerk of the Superior r Court of Transylvania County and j :hat the complaint was filed in said f :ause on the same day the summons c issued, said action being to recover e the balance due on a promissory . note. The defendants aforesaid, will al- , so take notice that a warrant of at- s tachment was issued in said cause on the 7th day of November, 1931, against the properties of the said defendants which warrant of at tachment is likewise returnable be fore said Clerk and the said defend ants will further take notice that they and ea^h of them are required to appear iftid answer or demur to to the complaint of the plaintiff, which complaint is now on file in the office of said Clerk, as aforesaid, or the relief demanded in said com plaint will be demanded. This 9th. tfay of November, 1931. i OTTO ALEXANDER, Clerk 1 Superior (Court. 4tcNvl2,19,26D3 struck in the face by a falling limb. > She was painfully but not seriously ? injured, / | The R<(v. J. E. Bert, Vasco Manly I and Hubert Barrett, spent the week ( end at Cornelia, Ga. 1 The Ret. J. E. Bert will fill his reg ular appointment at Zioc Baptist 1 church Sunday. j Pisgah Forest New? | Wt'll, we hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving and turkey. Most of us around here ate chicken at our house, but we've learned the art of feeling like it was turkey and enjoy lnK it just about as much. We're saving our turk for Christmas. But. as we ve indicated, we were as proud as the duece of our chick. We stuffed ei just the same, had the bastiift, a lot of gravy, the other trimmin's and we were just about as thankful, in fact more so, than we had ever been. Heretofore Thanksgiving has been to us merely another holidav. 'Twas the forerunner of Christmas, and as such, we were glad to see it. Thig time, somehow it was different. We reallv ?f thanks. We felt more grateful than we have ever felt We ' thj".k "no could pass th'rough all the things we have, without a guiding hand, far beyond that of this life, something more than human. For the first time in the years of our ex 'stance, many of us realize the senti ment of our Pilgrim Fathers, who ically felt there was a higher power fuiding the destinies of men. Mr. Thomas James, of Sumter, S. ?iVkS*5" U10 Thanksgiving holidays *'.th Miss Eva and Mr. Robert Whi< nire. Mrs. John Reed, of Blantyrc, was i recent guest of Mrs. W. A. Lyday uui Mrs. D. H. Orr. m^r'n n'm A,"l?or' nnd daughters, ?iss Dollie and Mrs. G. Parker, who ire spending the winter in Ruther ordton, are spending several weeks it their home here. Miss Grace Duckworth, of Brevard, pent Friday with Miss Elizabeth ncuoy. Several people from this section at en?i? ii Hendersonville-Brevard ootball game in Hendersonville Wed lesday afternoon. Miss Noami Hershey, of Chester, f U C - .R"d who is representative the Curtis Publishing Co., was do ng some work with the local churches ast week. Mrs. A. B. Owen, of Brevard, spent Jiaoksgiving day with her mother. Irs. S. A. Albert. , Mrs. Boyce Walker and daughter, ranees, are visiting Mrs. Arichbald iraham in Raeford. Mrs. H. G. Stophel, of Rosman, was caller of Mrs. Emma Colburn Sat rday afternoon. Mrs. T. E. Patton, Jr., and daugh sr, Rebecca, spent the Thanksgiving olidays with friends and relatives in Ireenville. Miss Annie J. Gash, Bob T. Gash nd Miss Julia Deaver spent Friday 1 Asheville. A large crowd from this section ttended the singing convention in revard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul N'orris, of Can >n, were Sunday guests of Mr. and [rs. Jack Arrington and Mr. and [rs. W. Morris. Mrs. Charlie Orr and son, V. 0., at inded the funeral and burial of Mrs. rr's sister, Mrs. Laura Bailey, in nderson, S. C. Sunday. Miss Elizabeth McCoy had as her uest Sunday, Miss Charlotte Patton, f Brevard. Mrs. Frances Allen has been on the ck-list. Miss Lucile Burns entertained with party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tewey Burns Tuesday evening. Many ames were enjoyed after which re reshments were served to the guests. Several people from this section ave been attending the revival ser ices at the Oak Grove church. R. D. Jenkins, principal of the local chool, spent the Thanksgiving holi ays at his home near Raleigh. Mrs. Bob Street and children have loved to South Carolina. Mrs. Susan Fowler, of Penrose, is isiting Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Orr and Liint Sarah Orr. Mr. Velly Parker has returned to is home in Detroit, Mich., after a wo weeks' vacation with relatives in his section. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Searcey, daughter, Betty. Misses Ada and Tina Hedrick were londay afternoon callers of Misses iarah and Anna Patton. Mr. Clark Guinn, of Waynesville, ras a business visitor here Monday. The Food Sale, which was sched e held this Friday evening at the led to be held several weeks ago, will chool house. The benefits which will :o to the school. Everyone is cordi lly invited. NOTICE of Foreclosure Under and by virtue of the Power f Sale contained in that certain )eed in Trust from D. P. Kilpatrick nd his wife, Lula Kilpatrick to J. E. hazier, Trustee, (the undersigned laving been appointed substitute Trustee) said Deed in Trust bearing late of October the 1 4th. 1927, and egistered in Book No. i7 on Page 156 of the Record of Deeds in Trust or Transylvania County, securing ertain indebtedness therein named ind default having been made in the layment of said indebtedness; Now, Therefore, the undersigned vill on Monday, Dec. the 28th, 1931, it 12 o'clock M. at the Court House ioor in the Town of Brevard, N. C.. iffer for sale and sell to the highest lidder for cash the following des :ribed property to-wit: BEGINNING on a stake on the South bank of the King's Mill Tinsley ?oad 150 feet South 68 degrees East rrom the original corner, running the lame course 50 feet to a stake ; thence South 25 degrees West 90 feet to a stake ;thence North 68 degrees West 50 feet to a stake; thence North 2fi legrees East 90 feet to the Beginning :orner. Proceeds of said sale to be applied upon said indebtedness, cost of sale, stc. This the 27th day of November, 1981. D. L. English, Trustee Jtc B&L 3,10,17,24 First Lady ? You decangular, eoli thic, gerrugnous, heurpathie, casso wary, you ? . Second Lady ? Would you listen to the language of her since she's been doin' crossword puzzles. ? Cane Argus.

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