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Society News and Club Activities
Announcement of the wedding of
David F. Merrill, son of Mrs. B. P.
Merrill, of Little River, was received
here Saturday, as follows:
"Mr. and Mrs. John Acker an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Ruth, to David F. Merrill,
Thursday, November the twenty
sixth, in Pickens, South Carolina."
The young couple were Brevard
and Little River visitors during the
pas! week. They are at home to their
i'rktul.-; lifter December first in Pick
ens, S. C., where Mr. Merrill oper
ates a jewelry store.
?ST COY CLASS MEETS WITH
Tlie .Mission Study Class of the
Woman's Missionary society of B re
gard Methodist church met with Mrs.
J. F. Winton at the Boy's Dormitory
of Brevard Institute on Tuesday aft
Dr. G. C. Brinkman was in charge
of the study class. He directed the
discussion of the book "Trailing the
N'ine members of the class were
present for the study. The hostess
served refreshments of cake and cof
fee yt the conclusion of the program.
Regular meeting of the Woman's !
Missionary society will be held in the 1
Ladies Parlor at the Methodist church
Thursday at 3:30 o'clock.
U. D. C. TO MEET FRIDAY '
The United Daughter of the Con
federacy will meet Friday afternoon
at 2:30 in the Chapter house, more
widely known as the U. D. C. Li
Officials urge the members all to be
present, as time has arrived for the
payment of annual dues. Tea will be
served at the conclusion of the bus
WEEK OF PRAYER AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Brevard Baptist church is ob
serving its annual Week of Prayer
for Foreign Missions. They are
studying a book on "Prayers ? A Me
morial Before God.'' They met in
the church parlor Tuesday afternoon
it 3:30 and Friday afternoon they
will again meet at 3:30. The Wed
nesday meeting was in connection
with the weekly prayer meeting.
The society elected new officers for
the coming year at the Tuesday meet
ing, as follows: Mrs. Paul Hartsell,
president; Mrs. B. F. Beasley, vice
president; Mrs. W. T. Bosse, treas
urer, and Mrs. T. H. Dodsworth,
MRS. WIKE TO BE HOSTESS
TO WESLEY MEMBERS
The Wesley class of the Methodist
church will holds its regular meeting
at the home of Mrs. J. C. Wike on
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, with
Mrs. 0. H. Orr assisting with the
Officers elected at the last meeting
will be inducted into office. They are:
Mrs. Gus Gillespie, President; Mrs.
J. E. Waters, vice president; Mrs. J.
C. Hendrix, secretary, and Mrs. B.
L, Laird, treasurer.
GIRLS SCOUTS HOLD REGULAR
The Girl Scouts of Troop No. 1 of
! the Girl Scouts of America, met in
I the High School building for their
! regular weekly meeting, Tuesday aft
Plans were arranged for a Christ
mas program and certain plans were
perfected concerning their Scout ac
METHODIST LADIES TO GIVE
SHOWER TO B. I.
j Ladies of the Methodist church are
collecting jellies and preserves to give
? the Brevard Institute a shower Sat
1 Though collecting is being done,
principally among the Methodist la
dies, ladies of all denominations arc I
invited to donate jellies and preserves j
for the shower. Officials of the i
church are urging all ladies planning !
to contribute, to have their gifts at :
the i'luinmer companuy store by Sat- j
urday afternoon. The Methodist la- '
dies will deliver the gifts at 3:30 '
on that day.
EASTERN STAR TO PRESENT I
QUILT TO ORPHANAGE
Thirteen ladies of the Order of the
Eastern Star met in the Masonic !
Lodge rooms Wednesday morning at]
eleven o'clock to begin work on a
patch quilt to be sent to the Masonic !
and Eastern Star Orphanage at Ox- 1
The ladies served dinner in the
lodge rooms and all reported a de- ?
lightful time, despite the work of
making the quilt. The ladies worked
diligently and the quilt was complet- 1
ed by 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
"GLEANERS" IN ENJOYABLE |
The "Gleaners" class of the Bap
tist church held an enjoyable social
in the basement of the chure^ Tues
day night. Games were played, songs
sung, and delicious refreshments
were served. Everyone enjoyed the
evening very much.
Miss Mary Nicholson is president
of the class, and Mrs. Paul Hartsell,
GOODYEAR TIRES Reduced from
10 to 19 per cent. See ED McCOY,
at Pisgah Forest. It
Irons $5,95 and up
The ti'iver of this
l ?l?i v.Ul be pleas
many times when
crisp, hot, delicious
w:ifflos are served.
Combine Beauty and Utility
Steaming hot coffee,
right at the table, rich I
amber in color yet
free from tho harm
ful elements found in
"boiled" coffee, will
make this gift grate
A Gift of
$3.50 to $8.95
An electric iron is a necessity
in every home. These irons
are substantially built of qual
ity material throughout, ami
designed to givo long service.
This is a Most Useful Gift
$3.95 and up
Crisp. buttered toast
made riijht at the table
as quic.k as a wink with
the Corona toaster.
Will add ckeer to any
$3.95 - $7.50
Cheerv warmth instantly when and
where ou want it .
A Gift of Wa-'mth and Comfort
A gift of
A vac uum
make a most
a c c o ptable
gift for the
could one re
hours of leis
ure and free
dom fro in
$4.95 and up
This heatins pad makes an ideal
gift for any elderly or infirm
Sunbeam Mix Master
Is Entirely New!
The smart looking cabinet holds a
generous supply of cigarettes. Just
fill it, and you have a ready-lit cig
arette at your fingertips every time
you want one. Be first with the
latest. Give SMOKEMASTER.
Any Smoker Would be .
Delighted With This
Baby Is too 3mall to
know much about this
"greatest day of all
the year" but he will
thank you with many
gurgles and coos over
a nice wa bottle.
These electric urns
are of lovely designs
and will add grace
and elegance to any
Beauty and quality
to please the most
This marvelous homo mixer does all the
hard work of cooking ? gives foo?ls a
new. added dellciousneaa, because it
mixes EVENLY at Just the ri^M speed
There are 4 speeds ? one fur every
To Make Foods
Southern Public Utilities Co.
* Electricity ? the Servant in the Home
| Local and Personal Items
Mrs. Madge Wilkins, Mrs. Flax/
Lawrence and Ruffin Wilkins spent ;
Thursday in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sledge and j
Jimmie Sledge of Atlanta, spent
Thanksgiving with the Messrs. j
Sledge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 1
Mrs. J. E. Clayton was a guest of I
her sister, Mrs. J. H. Cast in Ashe- 1
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Macfie and ]
daughter Nancy, attended the foot
ball game between Davidson College
and Wake Forest, in Charlotte,
Branch Paxton of Greenville, was
a Brevard visitor Friday of last
Mrs. Paul Smathers was shopping
in Asheville Thursday.
Mrs. G. Moore and daughter, Ruth,
of Greenville, were guests Thursday
of Mrs. J. E. Clayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Radford have
returned to Brevard after visiting
! for three weeks in Asheville with
: Mrs. Radford's sister, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rockwood have
j moved from their home on Probarte
street to the Hawkins house or.
] Maple street.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schachner at
tended the football game Saturday
; between Oak Ridge and Weaver Col
; lege. They were accompanied home
! by their son, Paul Schachner, who is
? attending Weaver College.
John Wilson, of Penrose, was a
Brevard visitor Monday.
W. N. Corn spent several days last
week as guest of his father at Horse
! Jack Trantham, Harry Clayton,
j"Doby" Lance and Albert Payne at
tended the Weaver-Oak Ridge foot
ball game in Asheville Saturday.
Miss Eliza Henry, who is teaching
in Gastonia, was a week-end visitor
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Among the collegians home for the
I Thanksgiving holidays were : Edgai
j Osborne, James Lumley, Charles
I Morgan, Wilson Lyday and Ernest
.Brown, all of Mars Hill; Henry Er
| win, Ruel Hunt, Fred Holt and Har
! old Kilpatrick of the University of
j North Carolina; Mlartha Vaughn anc
jAlmeta Waters of Limestone College;
| Fred Miller, Rufus Jomes, Randal
j Lyday and Leon Lyday of State Col
jlege; Paul Schachner and Roberl
I Morris of Weaver; Glen Miller ol
' Kings College; Mary Louise Crous
horn of St. Genevieve of the Pines
and Mack Grogan of Wake Forest.
The host of friends of little Ann<
Pickelsimer, three year old daughtei
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickelsimer
will be glad to know that she is im
proving after being ill for the pasl
two weeks with pneumonia and com
' r T? rt? UL T T?
! Mrs. J. K. amun, mrs. o. r. mm
I gan, Mr. Joe Morgan and Miss Lion
i el Wofford spent the week-end it
| Brevard visiting Mrs. Smith's par
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Church Morris,
i Mrs. Houston Glazener of the Con
i nestee section, spent the Thanksgiv
! ing holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Bei
| Glazener at Lake Sega.
i Mr. and Mrs. Judson Coren had ai
! their Thanksgiving dinner guests
Miss G. A. Clark, Mrs. Gladys Bry
son and two children, Arthur an<
Edith, and Miss Jack Bryson.
Tom Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Ro:
Drake, of Hendgrsonviile, Were thi
I guests of the former's sister, Mrs
] Judson Coren, at Lake Sega, Mon
Misses Thelma and Opal Ashwortl
; were guests of Miss Lottie Brackei
'at her home Thanksgiving.
Misses Beulah Mae Zachary an(
| Elizabeth Zachary of Salem College
; were week-end guests of their moth
ler, Mrs. Beulah Zachary.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mitchell spen
i Thanksgiving in Hendersonville witl
! Miss Geraldine Barrett of Man
Hill College, spent Sunday with hei
pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barrett
Dean Whitlock was an Ashevill<
! The Rev. Joe P. Mason will mov<
, this week with his family to th<
Leicester section in Buncombe countj
where he has been assigned as pas
tor of the Big Sandy Circuit.
Miss Winnie Leopard of Glenville
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 0. Duclos
I \Y. E. Breese was an Asheville vis
COUNTY WARDEN TO
| PROVIDE PERMITS
E. R. Galloway, county game
Warden has received a supply of
permits from the State Game Warden
for non-residents to use in shipping
game out of this state to their homes.
These permits must bo used and
approved by Mr. Galloway. Anyone
wishing to ship game, may apply to
E. R. Galloway, Rosman, N. C. for it.
Residents of this state cannot ship
game out of the state. Mr. Galloway
requests all sportsmen to read again
carefully section 37 of the North Car
olina Game laws.
Fur Dealers licenses are the most
expensive type of game licenses. Res
ident County license, $10.00; Res
ident State license, $75.00. Non
Resident State license $400.00 and
R'.'^ident State employees, $10.00.
Notice from C. H. England, State
Game Warden, announces that the
opening season has not been postpon
ed and the hunters were at Liberty in
the field after November 20. Mr.
Galloway has issued special warning
to all hunters, to bury their cigar
ettes. cigar and pipe ashes and
matches. He further warns the hunt
er not to build fires in or near wood
land and broom sage fields.
A telegram from State harden
England to Mr. Galloway revealed
that the Season for steel trapping fur
bearing animals in Transylvania
County has been closed for two years,
ending in September 1933.
Misses Gladys Wood and Elizabeth
"Mills were visiting in Hendersonville,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mills spent
Saturday in Tryon with friends.
Mrs. A. W. Barnett and daughters
and son Samuel spent the Thanks
giving holidays in Jacksonville, Fla.,
Mrs. T. .11. Galloway was visiting
in Mills River with her daughter,
Mrs. Greenwood, recently.
i Mr. and Mrs. Rube Lewis of Ashe
ville, were week-end visitors in Bre
Johnnie Hudson returned to Wash
ington, D. C., after a short visit in
Brevard. Mrs. Hudson and children
will remain in Brevard for some
time. . , *
Reba Kitchen has returned from
Angiers, N. C., where she was a
guest of Gladys English and Eliza
beth Ramseur, who are teaching in^v
the Angiers grammar school. / Jfe
Margaret Miller left Saturday foiT^
a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Emmerson of Wake Forest.
Alvin Owen, who has a position rn
Atlanta, Ga., is expected Saturday to
j spend the week-end in Brevard.
Dorothy Silversteen was a shopper
in Asheville, Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie T. Dorsett of Ashe
ville, was a Brevard visitor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kanipe and son
of Mocksville, N. C., were visiting
Mrs. Kanipe's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Sledge over the week-end.
' Mr. and Mrs. 0. Duclos and daugh
|ter, Betty Jean, spent Friday in
7 WANT TO RENT A FARM. I am
a good farmer. Will pay share or
cash rent. D. M., care Brevard News.
' | LCST ? Thursday afternoon on the
1 1 highway between Lake Toxaway
and Selica, a small black, ladies
j week-end bag. Finder return to The
| News office and receive reward. It
MEN WANTED for Rawleigh City
Routes of 800 families in Brevard,
WaynesviHe, Tryon, Asheville. Re
liable hustler can start earning $35
weekly and increase rapidly. Write
immediately. Rawleigh Co., Dept.
? NC-CJ-6-V, Richmond, Va. It
FOR SALE ? Fresh cow, second calf
now two weeks old. Priced reason
able. Houston Glazener, Connestee
section, Brevard, R-l. Dec 3tfc
WANTED TO BUY? Good used coal
range; with water back. Inquire
for K. R. care Brevard News.
WHEN THE FIRE GOES OUT
, DON'T CUSS. . . . PHONE US.
" WOOD DELIVERED anywhere in
! city limits, $4 a cord, 4 and 8 feet
" lengths. In three cord lots will deliver
" and saw it at the house, all for $5 a
1 cord. Call 118 and forget your fuel
worries, that is, if you like a good
5 old wood fire. When you want wood
: ? don't cuss ? phone us. We deliver ?
j for cash. Siniard Transfer Company.
See our many items for Christmas
and New Year.! Especially fine cig
ars, package candies and a beautiful
line of Novelty Goods. Brevard Phar
macy, Jesse B. Pickelsimer, Ph.G.
Proprietor. thru D
VICTOR RADIOS . . Victor Phono
graphs . . Victor Records . . If
it'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 num."
A high class Radio at a reasonable
price. jly 31tf
FIRE WOOD, Stove Wood, Kindling,
Sand and Gravel. Trunks and
Baggage 3nd general hauling. Rates
reasonable. Siniard Transfer Co.
Phone 118. Aug 13 4tc
WANTED ? Every 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. J15tfc
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
i ENGLISH BROTHERS , SI^Re
ZJniMcrs-Anything in Sha'^^-air
ing ? We satisfy. RosefV "Ming,
Fourth ave., Hendersonvill ?? \\ C.
We pay postage, so mail yeur bkoes
to us. (Junll 4t
I HAVE A CLIENT who has a 50
acre farm, good home, outbuild
ings, in Jackson county. He wants to
; swap for a place in Transylvania
! county. What have you to trade on?
See Judson McCrary, Tinsley Build
i ing, Phone 172. Oc29tf
W. I. R E E S E '
Authorized. Dealer In
DELCO LIGHT PLANTS
Pumps ? Batteries ? Radios
The DELCO Is Built by
: And you know that nothing can be
better than a General Motors Prod
uct. Light up your home, stop carry
ing water in a bucket or pumping by
hand. Enjoy the best music on the
air by the best Radio built ? an All
Electric 32-volt Radio.
W. I. REESE
p4t oc29 ROSMAN, N. C. ^
FOR RENT ? Well located b*n?as
property, splendid locations fo*
merchandise establishments. See Jud
son McCrary, Tinslev Building, Tele
phone i.72, 029tf ,