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Rev. S. B. McCall was on the sick
list all last week but we are glad to
report he was able to fill his regular
appointment Sunday at the Baptist
Roy Reid of Brevard, called on Rob
ert Sanders Thursday. |
E. A. Reid and Clarence Norton
were in Brevard Friday on business.
Mrs. McClamrack and little son,
Billie, and Mrs. W. P. McCall were
Lake Toxaway visitors Thursday
Mrs. Henry Alexander spent Thurs- ,
day' with her mother, Mrs. S. L. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Reid and i
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander of
the Lake Toxaway section, moved to
W. F. McCall was in Lake Toxa
way on business one day last week.
Miss Laura Jane Bishop of Bre
vard, who has been visiting Mrs. S.
B. McCall, was called home Saturday
on account of the death of her aunt.
J. C. McCall and his friend, Gar
vin Ducker of Averys Creek, spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Thomas at Lake Toxaway.
We are sorry to report Mrs. W. W. j
Reid is still quite ill. i
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander of
Highlands, were Sunday visitors of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher.
Mrs. Mary Burgess and daughter, i
Miss Alberta, and Kile Galloway vis- j
ited the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Galloway, at their home I
in Glenville, Thursday. They report
Mr. Galloway in very poor health.
Mrs. Grace Bennett and little
daughter, Ruth, and Miss Lula Reid
visited their uncle, George Alexander
and family one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lanning and
Mrs. Winnie Bryson of Glenville,
spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCall called
on Mrs. Mary Burgess and family
Sunday evening. I
Mr... Claud Reid and little sons,
spencer Hilton and Robert, of Bre
vard. spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. I. S. Sanders.
Little Cecil Sanders was q\iite ill
several days last week, but is much
improved at this writing.
Jim Galloway of Glenville, visited
hi uncle, T. B. Reid, Sunday after
J. B. Galloway visited his sister,
Mrs. Mary Burgess, Sunday.
Mrs. Hubert Hall and little son,
Junior, spent Monday with their
grani'narents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Lensy Sanders was a visitor to
Lake Toxaway Sunday evening.
Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil Whitmire and
Mrs. Tilden Whitmire. of Quebec,
visited Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sanders,
one evening last week. !
Lloyd Bryson of Sapphire, spent ,
Saturday night with Robert Sanders. 1
It is hoped that each one of the
committee of arrangement for the
As i9 usual, some moving takes
place at this season. Mr. J. P. Shu
ford has moved from Fairview to
the Ebehezer Blythe place near Pen
rose station. His children, J. R. and
J. P., are now in school at Enon.
j Mr. A. J. Gallimore has gone back
to his home in Hendersonville. Mr.
Joe Patterson occupies the house va
cated by Mr. Gallimore.
Wilson McCall moved into the M.
H. Holliday house Monday.
Joe Lyday, who recently purchased
the Clyde Blythe place, is this week
putting in several loads of concrete
blocks, to be used for improvements.
"Uncle" George Lyday, who was
reported ill some time ago, was able
to attend church Sunday. We were
all glad to see him.
Miss Mamie Lyday has recovered
from an operation she underwent at
Patton Memorial hospital, and is
back in her teaching work at David
Miss Floy Ponder has made some
trips to Asheville recently to take a
tonsil treatment. She is glad to an
nounce a much improved throat and
| Blantyre Breezes I
Mr. and Mrs. Egerton Fletcher and
small son visited relatives in the Lit
tle River section recently.
Rev. B. C. Rollings worth and Mr.
John Reed attended church at Oak
Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter of Hen
dersonville, were guests of the latter's
mother, Mrs. E. Jones, Sunday.
Mrs. Otho Scott and children,
Clara Jane and Betty Sue, spent Sun
day night with Mrs. Ada Reed.
Virgil Duncan visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Duncan, Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Scott of this
section, visited Mr. and Mrs. George
Merrill at Little River, Saturday.
Miss Belle Reed of Candler is
spending a week's vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moody attended
church at Blantyre Sunday.
X. C, Henrv was in Brevprd one
day last week on business.
John Reed was called to East Flat
Rock Saturday on account of the ill
ness of his sister, Miss Fannie Reed.
B. A. Twichell was in Canton and
Asheville one day last week.
Miss Belle Reed spent the week-end
with her aunts, the Misses Reed, of
East Flat Rock and reports her aunt,
Fannie Reed, improving.
Fisher reunion will be present Sun
day, Jan. 17, at Lake Toxaway Bap
tist church, as there is some import
ant business to be discussed. We were
asked by the chairman, I. S. Fisher,
to make this announcement through
The News. The meeting will be right !
after Sunday school.
J ROSMAN SCHOOL NEWS 1
The Chickadee stays with us all
winter, living on the insects he finds
on the trees. He does not seem to mind
the ice and snow and the howling
winter wind. He is a brave bird.
RUSSELL GREEN, 6th grade
The first days of my vacation I
stayed home and read books. I helped
mother with the house work. In the
latter part of my vacation I planned
for Christmas and Santa Claus, and
sure enough, he was real nice to me.
My last few days I spent playing
baseball and football with other little
children. Sunday I spent most of the
day thinking about school starting
Monday and wondering how much I
RUBY GLAZENER, 5th grade
Tuesday we had a big rain. It
lasted until Wednesday. We did not
get a morning recess or dinner recess
at school it was raining so hard. It
washed many ditches in the fields. I
ROY WINCHESTER, 5th grade j
A RABBIT GUM
One day Charles Clark and I got
some lumber and nails, a hammer I
and a saw and made a rabbit gum.
We took it up on the branch and set
The next morning we caught a rab
bit. We put it in a box and fed it
well. One morning I went to feed it
and it was dead.
J. L. NICHOLSON, 5th grade]
MY HAPPIEST HOUR j
My happiest hour was when I J
awoke Christmas morning. I ran |
down stairs and to my delight I found j
that Santa had visited me. He
brought me a number of things. >
Among which was a new dollar bill,
a blue silK scarf, a silk handkerchief, I
a string of pretty beads, a game, and i
a good book. Of course candy, or
anges and nuts.
After I had thoroughly exam
ined my stocking I began to eat my
candy and oranges. I also read some ;
in my book and soon learned to play i
LUCILLE GALLOWAY, 5th grade'
GOING TO BREAD 1
Teacher: Bert, tell us what you did!
Bert: I read some books and went fo |
BOOKS MAKE BETTER ,
PRESENTS THAN TOYS
Books make much better presents
than toys. You can get different kinds
of books and read them. They are
I really helpful. Some books tell you of
different parts of the world and
Jof different people, while others have
good stories in them. So toys are not
I very helpful, they are soon broken
i EVA ISRAEL, 4th grade
| Christmas holidays brought so
much fun that I wish they could have
lasted all the year. I've had lots of
fun getting and decorating our
Christmas tree* Christmas eve we
anxiously awaited for Santa's coming
I which thrilled us so much we could
i hardly sleep until morning. Next
! morning what fun it was to be owner
'of all the pretty books and things
jthat Santa left for us. I've enjoyed
I the holidays through.
|D. H. WINCHESTER Jr., 4th grade
A RAINY DAY
On a rainy day I stay in the house
and play school with my little brothers
and sisters. Then when wev wt get
! tired we play ball.
I like to read to my brothers and .
sisters and they like to have me read
to them. Sometimes we play hide and !
seek and jump the rope.
I like to have rainy days.
MARIE WILD, 3rd grade j
OUR NEW PICTURES
I We have two new pictures in the j
[third grade, one shows a little girl j
sitting alone in the forest. The name I
jof this picture is "The Age of In- [
^ocence." It was painted by Sir,
iJcshua Reynolds. The other picture j
| shows a boy standing by a river. He i
has on a blue velvet suit. The name j
of this picture is "The Blue Boy." It
was painted by Gainsboro.
MARY RHYDER, 3rd grade
| NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS
j I think a good way to begin the
New Year is to study my lessons
and to be kind to my teacher. I am
going to try to come to school every
day and be kind to my playmates.
I am going to try to remember to
brush my teeth every day and to keep
I want to always be polite to my
mother and father.
MARRIAH STEWART. 3rd grade
! RAINY DAYS
Rain, rain, rain. It rains all the |
time. It rains on us at home. And it I
trains on us at school.
I OLA BUTLER. 2nd grade
SECOND GRADE WINS .4 I
Before Christmas Mr. Bush and
Mr. Kimzey gave prizes to the classes
that had the prettiest Christmas !
rooms. They gave us the Blue Ribbon.
This was the first prize. It made us
very happy to win.
HELEN WHITMIRE, 2nd grade
During the holidays I went to visit
my sister. She lives in the eastern
part of the state, about three hund
red miles away. >
I enjoyed visiting my sister, and
(would like to live there.
EDNA L. ALLISON, 2nd grade
Santa Claus was good to me, but I
was ready to come to school again.
We are all glad to be back in school
again ; and we are going to start the
New Year off by working.
NEW OFFICIALS ELECTED IN
The seventh grade of Rosman Ele
mentary school elected new officers
after Christmas for the rest of the
year. They are as follows: President,
Everett Whitmire; Vice President,
G. C. McClure; Secretary, Mary Mor
gan; Boy's hall Monitor, Billie Dock
ins; Girl's hall Monitor, Mary Mor
gan; Room Monitors, Margaret
Glazener and Millie Allison; Picture
Committee, Margaret Glazener, Annie
Gillicspie and Lois Whitmire; Boy's
playground Monitor; Earl Whitmire;
Girl's playground Monitor, Ruby
Whitmire; Blackboard Monitors, Mae
Owen and Millie Allison, Boy's ball
Captain, Everett Whitmire, Vice
Captain, Billie Dockins; Girl's ball
Captain, Milile Allison, Vice Captain,
Pauline Sutton; Door Monitor, Billie
Dockins; Window Monitor. Biilk'
Dockins; Boy's Playground committeo.
J. D. Powell, Mr. Kimzey, Roy Whit
mire, Lamar Whitmire, Howard
Reece, G. C. McClure, Woodrow Mast
ers, J. E. Burt, D. S. Winchester.
Nath Passmore and Frank McCall.
Girl's playground committee, Laura
Student government has been very
successful during the iast term.
It is a very rare thing for Mr.
Kimzey to find it necessary to use any
other form of control other than that
provided by the Class officers.
The Class takes special pride in
keeping good order, and continuing
work when it is necessary for Mr.
Kimzey to leave the room.
MILLIE ALLISON, 7tfi grade ;
* MY FOX
I have a pet fox that was caught
December 29. It is a red fox. we play
with it and pet it. It hasn't tried
to bite any of us. Daddy named it
Bill. It eats peanuts, bread, potatoes,
and meat. It eats out of Daddy's hand.
- When the dog comes around it goes
| to barking and whining and tries to j
Walter J. Reid and wife to Daniel
U. Reid and wife.
W. M, Burton and wife to Noland
H. E. Erwin, receiver, to Pisgah
V. C. Barton and wife to Lessta
Castle Vailey Land Co., Inc., to
Mrs. Mary S. Tiler.
U. G. Reeves and wife to James
Hunter and wife.
Rush Wilson to Nellie Wilson King.
Vincent C. Owen to W. J. Owen.
J. W. McGuire and wife to J. H?
Pickelsimer and wife
crawl in under his coat. We keep it
in a dark room. It is very fond of
* O'NETA WILD. 7th grade
The Elementary school, under the
direction of Miss Jamerson, our music
teacher, gave a very interesting
Christmas operetta for the students
of the Rosmar. school on December
22. There were a large number of
students of the Elementary school in
the play. The songs and choruses were
EARL WHITMIRE, 7th grade
CHRISTMAS ENJOYED BY
Christmas was enjoyed and every
body seemed to have enjoyed them., .
selves very much.
Most of the boys went rabbit hunt
ing, and the girls read books or play
I hope Christmas will be as cheer
ful next year as this one.
RUSSELL DUNCAN, 7th grande
SIXTH GRADE HISTORY
The Sixth grade has finished the
"History of North Carolina." They
will continue their work in history;
taking up "Our Ancestors in Europe"
which is a story of early European
ANNIE WHITM.IRE, 6th grade
BACK TO WORK
Almost every one has returned to
school after the holidays and every
one is wearing a happy smile. We all
thank old Santa for these smiles, and
hope that those who have not yet
returned will soon be back.
HUGH MOORE, 6th grade
THE RIGHT WAY TO TRAV21
is' by train. The safest. Most com*
fortable. Most reliabU. Costs less.
Inquire of Ticket Agents regarding
SrevJv reduced fares for short trips,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Out Of Business!
FORCED TO SELL OUT ENTIRE SHOE STOCK
Must Vacate Building February 1st-- Sale Starts Thursday, January 14th
EVERY PAIR OF
SHOES MUST BE
THE FIRST OF
LADIES HOSE '
Pure Silk Full Fash
Going out of Business
Farewell To Brevard!
The management after Feb. 1st,
will take charge of Shoe Department
elsewhere and until then offers to the
public hundreds of bargains in shoes.
Everything is ready for quick selling.
All best grades in the house,
Pure Silk, Full Fashioned,
Service or Chiffon Weight ?
Going out of Business Price
lJWf f j winamii
EVERY PAIR OF
SHOES IN HOUSE
TO FIT YOUR
THE TIME TO BUY
ik 1111 IIM"
LADIES S L I P ? E R3
One Rack Ladies
Slippers; going out
of Business price
One Rack Ladies
!rs; going out
Ladies Felt Bedroom Slip- <
pers, ? Closing out price
One Lot Children's Shoes,
values to $2.00
One Lot Children's Flex
ible Boots,- going out at
Ladies $1.00 Ball Band
Rubbers ? going out at
One Lot of Boy's Heavy i
Boots, going out at only
Boy's Buster Brown Shoes
and Oxfords, val. to $5.95
Children's Nice Felt Bed
room Slippers, going out
A Few Pairs Children's
$1.95 Galoshes, going at
One Lot Men's Felt Bed- C
room Slippers, going at I
One lot Boy's Work Shoes i
Values to $3.50, now only !
One Lot Children's Slip
pers for Dress Wear, at
All Ladies $3.00 Galoshes
Going Out of Business at
MEN'S BOOTS [
)ne Lot Men's 16-inch
Boots ? values to $7.95
One Lot of Men's Work
Shoes ? valnes to S4.00
MENS HIGH SHOES
Men's genuine Kangaroo
High Shoes, going at
All Ladies $2.45 value
Galoshes, closing out at
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS
One Lot of Men's
Dress Oxfords. Go
ing out Price, pr.
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS
One lot Men's Ox
fords, values up to
$4.50, going out at
Men's GENUINE /) f|7
Kangaroo Oxfords. / *1 f
Going out price pr. /LiU I