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GREAT PICTURE AT j
Daughters of the Confederacy will
sponsor a delightful picture at the ;
Clemson theatre, Wednesday and
Thursday, December 9 and 10, offi
cials of that organization announced
Wednesday. , !
The picture, entitlea, "Merely Mary i
Ann," is the interesting story of a |
penniless young musician who is of-j
fered the love of a charming young I
girl. However he is deaf to the music;
of love, and ignores her. He soon
gains fame in the world of music and |
she becomes very wealthy. The cli
max makes a very interesting story. ;
Leaders in the U. D. C. are urging
that citizens attend and see just
what the outcome of the picture is?
Is there still time for love?
'iOODYEAR TIRES i- uced from *
10 to 19 per cent See E*) McCOi .
at Pisgah Forest *
ENNA JF.TTICR. MELODIKS. Sunday
E?cnlna?, Coast- to-C loast iiroad-ait
WJZ and AwoclascJ
SHOES FOR WOMEN
AAflAA to EEE Sizes 1 to 12
ow wants the
Ohey fit , and
D'hey are quite
ome in, and
now for your
4I1EN- ROLLINS, INC.;
449 Main St. Hendersonville j
NEW BANK RECEIVES
SUPPORT OF PEOPLI
Brevard's new bank, the Transyl
vania Trust Co., has met with sue
cess in the community, officials havi
said, and all the officers and direc
tors of the bank are pleased with th<
manner in which the institution ha;
^received, for it has by far ex
ceeded their expectations.
During the initial week of th<
bank's existence it has received J
large amount of deposits, from citi
zens of the county, and many busi
ness men have expressed their ap
nvcciation for the work the bank has
__ The men who are to operate th(
'JanK are: Mr. M. B. McDaniel, cash
ier and Ralph Duckworth, assistant
cashier. Mr. McDaniel is a native ol
Rutherford county and has had long
experience in the banking business
having been with the State Trust
company at Hendersonville since or
ganization of that institution. Mr.
Duckworth was with the Brevard
Banking company for many years,
lie is one of the most highly res
pected young men in this community
und citizens of Brevard are pleased
with his having been chosen for the
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
The following article of the death
Mrs. Laura Elizabeth Bailey, well
known woman of Anderson, S. C.,
ivho died suddenly at her home Sat
urday morning, was gleaned from the
Anerson Independent. Mrs. Bailey
,vas the sister of Mrs. J. C. Orr of
"Mrs. J. W. Baiiuy, wife of a
superannuated Methodist minister of
:he Upper South Carolina, conference
lied Saturday morning as the result
)f a heart attack.
Surviving Mrs. Bailey in addition
;o her husband are three sons and
;ne daughter, George ? C. Bailey of
Jreenville; Victor N. Bailey of Pied
nont; J. W. Bailey, Jr., of Anderson;
md Mrs. E. F. Williams, also of this
?ity. She also leaves two brothers,
he Rev. Sam Lindsey of Alabama,
md John Lindsey of Oklahoma; two
isters, Mrs. J. C. Orr of Brevard,
>1. C.; Mrs. II. C. Harvell of Pelzer;
hree half brothers, Henry Lindsey
f Ware Shoals, and Robert Lindsey
if Belton; four half sisters , Mrs.
Jora Nix, of Greenville; Mrs. W. T.
Jolt of Anderson; Mrs. Elsie Fletch
r, of Hendersonville, N. C. ; and
drs. Ben Dukes of Belton.
Funeral services were held from
he residence on South McDuffie
treet at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morn
ng. The Rev. R. H. Jones, in associ
,tion with the Rev. W. B. Garrett,
onducted the services.
Following the last rites at the
iome, the body was laid to iTnaT rest
n the Piedmont cemetery."
rOODYEAR TIRES Reduced from
0 to 19 per cent. See ED McCOY,
t Pisgah Forest. It
BILK NAME CONTEST
"The names are pouring in," Paul
Jlazener announced Wednesday, "for
ur contest to get a name for our
hocolate milk." Cash prizes and milk
ickets are being offered by the
iunny Side Dairy in the contest
vhich closes December 10.
The contest is open to any one in
["ransylvania county. A convenient
ilank will be found in an advertise
nent on another page for those wish
ng to submit a name.
Judge ? Guilty or not guilty?
Prisoner ? Not guilty.
Judge ? Ever been arrested before?
Prisoner ? No, your honor, I've nev
r stolen before. ? The Humorist.
GIVE A KODAK THIS YEAR
FOR ALL-YEAR PLEASURE
Next year and in years that follow, joy without end
will come from this season's gift of a Kodak. Joy to
youngsters and grown-ups alike, for everybody can
share the pleasure and thrills that will always abide in
We have a large assortment of Kodaks and Cam
eras in the different colors as well as black, to show
75c and up as high as you care to go.
The new Verichrome film does wonders in the early
morning, late afternoon or when the sun is under a
We do expert finishing ? the kind you'll like.
rank D. Clement# The Hallmark Jeweler
CLEMSON THEATRE BUILDING
IB. Y. P. U. MEETING
is AT BAPTIST CHURCB
I ?? '
The District meeting: of the Associ
- , ational B. Y. P. U. of the Center
e ' District will -be held at the Brevard
- Methodist church, Sunday. December
2 15, beginning at 2:30 o'clock :;n;l i ;
3 tinuing- through 4 o'clock, Paul Ula
- zener, president of the Association,
'announced Wednesday. The scheduled1
j : program for the meeting follows :
[ I Theme: Christian Living Express- :
. ed in Denominational Loyalty.
. ' 2:30 ? Song service by the Brevard I
. i Union.
J 2:45 ? Devotional by Dunn's Rock
,j 3:00 ? Business, roll call and an- i
I i nouncements. I
8:20 ? Talk: "Baptist Principles,'';
'? Ralph Ramsey.
3:30 ? Special Music, Glady Branch ,
3:40 ? Talk: Serving the Denomin
ation Through the Local church, by j
Rev. Paul Hartsell.
4:00 ? Adjournment and prayer.
BREVARD BAPTIST CHURCH j
Rev. Paul Hartseit, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45, F. Brown I
Carr, supt.; Morning Worship, 11; J
Topic, "The Church." B. Y. P. U's. i
meet at 6:15, Mayor Ralph Ramsey, |
director. Evening Services, 8:00; 1
Topic, "The Unfinished Task of the ,
BREVARD EPISCOPAL CHURCH j
Rev. Harry Perry, Rector
Celebration of Holy Communion, '
8:00; Sunday School, 10; Morning!
'Prayer and Sermon, 11; no night ser- i
BREVARD METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. J. H. Went, Pastor !
Sunday School, 9:45 ? John E. |
;Rufty, supt.; Morning sermon 11;;
Epworth League, 6:45 ? Miss Sarah,
Keels, president; Evening worship,'
i Rev. R. L. Alexander, Pan tor
Sabbath School, 9:45 ? Hinton Mc-j'
Leod, supt.; Divine worship, "11; ; '
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 ? Miss :
Eunice Simpson, director. No night '1
MRS. PENDLETON'S UNCLE '
! BURIED IN GREENVILLE !
Mrs. E. R. Pendleton received a j
telegram, Wednesday, November 25, t
with the sorrowful news of the sud- \
den death of her Uncle, Dr. Davis f
Furman, of Greenville, S. C. (
"Dr. Furman was 27 years of age, t
a physician of skill and much belov- c
ed in a wide sphere. Mrs. Pendleton i
attended the funeral Thursday. i
MASONS TO MEET FRIDAY i
FOR DEGREE TEAM WORK <
| Many members of Dunn's Rock Ma
sonic Lodge, together with all offi
cers of the lodge, will meet Friday in
Masonic Hall for the purpose of re
hearsal work. Any member desiring i "
jto take part on the degree team is
[asked to be present and be assigned
C. K. Osborne will coach the teams.
WITH THE COUNTY'S !
By J. M. HARRIS ! .
CHURCHES \ (
Our churches had good Thanksgiv- <
: ing programs. : '
The schools enjoyed the Thanksgiv- >
ing holidays and were rtady for work t
NIGHT SCHOOL PROGRAM
The Night School pupils are plan- '
ning a program in the near future/ i
The state-wide conferencc of negro |
educators, called by N. C. Newbold, |!
director Division of Negro education.,'
Raleigh, was largely attended. 1
Panthers Defeat Hendfrxonrille
' 26-0 i
The Rosenwald Panthers defeated
the Ilendersonville Sixth St. school
26-0, Thanksgiving Day on the Mc- 1
Le;m Field. I
DO YOU LOVE
If you do, you will
take her out occas
sionally to meals in
stead of making her
cook and drudge at
home every day.
? AT ?
Doc GalJoway, Prop.
BURIED IN KENTUCKY
Announcwi.fent was rtcuived hcr?
Wednesday of the death o i Mr. O.
Bromfield, of Louisville, Ky., father
of J. S. Bromfield, prominent ju?.
r.jtn of Brevard.
ill-, iircmfield died ai his homo in
Kentucky, Tuesday morning. He was
89 years of age at his death. He is
survived by four daughters and two
Interment was made Wednesday
morning. Mr. J. S. Bromfield and
Jerry Jerome sped to the sick man's
side when they learned of his illness.
They attended the funeral Wednes
day and are expected to return tc
Brevard Thursday night.
PENROSE SCHOOL NEWS
Program for the Penrose P. T. A. 1
for Friday evening of this week will
consist of musical features rendered
by several persons. The following
numbers are expected: piano, violin,
guitar, harmonica solos, string band
trios, and quartets, vocal solos, duets
trios and quartets, etc.
The school lost one good communit'
worker this week, Mrs. M. H. Holli
day. Mr. Holliday, section foreman
here, has moved to Brevard to go on
his work from there. Mrs. Holliday
was a whole-soul worker and sticker,
not only in school, but in church and
any community affairs. We regret
deeply to lose these good people, but
trust Brevard can be helped by then
The school children are very anx
ious for Mr. Jones to bring us anoth
er library. They have read eagerly
the supply of books brought sometime
Also, we lose this week the Goof?'
children from school. Mr. Gail Good',
is moving back to his former homc
on Mills' River. Some more mighty
"Goode" folks leaving us.
ENON CHURCH BUSY IN
Enon Baptist church o;n the fourth
Sunday adopted a budget for the fin
ancial system for the coming year.
Many leading members tire express
ng their belief in this as a very wise
move and claim for it an ideal fat
>eyond any old system ever practiced
The committees for the Every
Vfember Canvass met at the church
Sunday and, after receiving instruc
;ions, worked the membership in th<
ifternoon in securing pledges to carry
;he budget. Each committee met
vith a very satisfactory response
'rom the membership and reported tc
Chairman T. F. Middleton in the
o reach every member of the local
hurch, and it is believed a sufficient
imount will be raised to carry the
lim set. Letters are being sent to
:vening. Further efforts wi ! be made
ion-resident members to enlist their
BREVARD HI NEWS
I US 10 R GIRLS ENJOY I
HOME ROOM PROGRAM ?
Last Monday afternoon, the Jun
or girls witnessed an enjoyable home
?oom program. A three character
jlay was given. The talented actors
vere Ruth Pickelsimer, Nell Duck
vorth, and Rachel Orr; the musician, (
,he Junior prima donna, otherwise m
tnown as Helen Erwin. This drama .
jroved that our grandmothers wen
lappers in their day, and had ideals
similar to our own.
As an entertaining aftermath
okes were read and a song, "Jus'
Dne More Chance", was characteriz
ed by the Misses Pickelsimer and
Three visitors from the Senior class
? Thelma Johnson, Emma Deaver,
?nd Jane Fearce ? attended the pro
gram and voiced their enjoyment. We
Ne re glad to have them visit, and
lope that they will want to come
jack again in the near future.
THE SOPHOMORE GIRLS
ENJOY HOME ROCX
The officers for our home roam an
is follows: President. Mary Su:
Jennings; Vice President, Dora Aik
;n ; Secretary and Treasurer, Eve.
Whitmire; and Song Leader, Vein:;:
We practice patriotic songs, ouv
school songs, and yells for the team
during our home room period. Ofte"
we have very interesting programs.
?iven by the program committee, con
sisting of stories, special musical
numbers, and jokes.
All sophomore girls look forward
to the days that we have home room :
for this period of rccreation affords
a delightful escape from the mon
otony of study.
SEIiCA NEWS -
Mrs. Walter Hamlin and daugh
ter, Blanche, were shopping in Bre
Misses Adelaide and Nancy Mc
Call of Enka, and Messrs. I E.
Parker and Robert Ayers of West
Asheville, were dinner guests of Mrs.
Walter Hamlin on Sunday.
The friends of Uncle Walker Gal
loway regret that he is suffering with
blood poisoning in his hand.
Volnev McCall of Balsam Grove,
and Miss Lorene McCall of Horse
Shoe, visited Mrs. Walter Hamlii'
Miss Adelaide McCall and Mrs. E.
W. Hamlin visited their aunt, Mrs.
L. F. Osteen, Tuesday afternoon.
! Mrs. P. L. Hamlin visited Mrs.
| Preston Galloway Tuesday after
\C':0D"3AR TIRES Re.luced trom |
1 10 io '!! per cent. See ED McCOY. j
at Pisgah Forest. It '
BAPTIST CHURCH IN (COOPER NOW WITH
MEMBER CANVASS: THE AUTO SALES CO.
The every member canvass of th.(
Brevard Baptist church is making ! Luther Cooper, for yeai .s i eg.irdcd
good headway, leaders announce. The as one of the outstanding (jhovrolet
object of the canvass is to secure - mecnapjcs <u Brevaru, i. .....
pledges to local church and mission- _ "? 18 n?w connected \\- ? r. ne
ary causes. The canvassers report a Auto Sales Company, the ivjuur
fine spirit of cooperation. department.
Complete equipment in the Auto
Sales plant, Mr. Cooper says, will
_ ... enable him to better serve his friend?.
THE MAYOR S COURT the" "*? _
BOARD TO MEET MONDAY
Cases tried before Mayor Ramsey
the latter days of November include:
J. B. Owen, assault with deadly
weapon, bound to Superior Court.
L. C. Orr, forcible trespass, 10.00
fine and costs. N
Allie Aiken, intoxication, 30 days
on the streets.
Amos Baynard and Van Owen,
charged with larceny; bound over to
The Board of Education will have
a meeting on Monday December, 7
in the County Court House, begin
ning at 10 o'clock, J. M. Galloway,
chairman of the Board announced
If there are any business mutters
which citizens of the county wish to
present before the board, they are
requested to attend the Monday meet
Has been making our
Store his headquarters
in Brevard for the past
17 years. More children
come and see the things
he has left here.
Know of the many valu
able Gifts here for men
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
With each bag of Flour, 24 lbs. or over, we .
will give a CHECKERBOARD PENCIL
(while the 500 pencils last)
Wheat Blossom Flour . 55c
Plantation Flour 83c
Mother's Bread Flour . 69c
White Lily Flour 89c
Are bringing us more and more customers
each week. The Best Feed at a Fair Price.
Feed & Seed Co.
The Store with the Checkerboard Sign