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Rosman Section of The Brevard News\
MRS. CLAUDS ?LAZENER, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Glazener visit
. ad Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gurley of
Brevard Saturday night.
Miss Hazel Moore spent Wednesday
might as guest of Misses Helen and
Elmo McCall, of Pickens, spent
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank McCall. He was ac
companied back to Pickens by his
father and brother, Blake.
Jess A. Galloway was the Sunday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Louis Summey spent last week
*nd with -John Edward Holler, in
Jess A. Galloway and Chief of
Poti|oe Frcemaqf, of Brevard, were
Rosraan visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Barnes, of
Biltmore, visited Mrs. Claude Glaze
Mrs. C. F. Kobinson is in a serious
?tondition in the Haywood County
Hospital at Waynesville. Mrs. Robin
son is the daughter of Mr. Ed Har
bin of Calvert.
Mr. A. M. Paxton, Sr., returned
last Wednesday morning from a
ho1 ;<lay trip to various points in Fla.
\. M. Paxton, Jr., and Miss Marie
M ore visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Pi ? ton. Sr., Sunday night.
i uul Stroup was a Sunday night
supper ?uest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Miss Ruby Glazener was the Sat
arriay night guest of Miss Dovie
A. lYI. Paxton, Jr., spent Sunday
night iii guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. I..
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Corbin were
Brevard visitors Sunday.
Miss I.illie Mai' Whitmire of
Cherryfield was a Rosman visitor
Marion Glazener, who has been sick
for about five weeks, is slightly im
proved after having a relapse.
Mrs. Clarence Powell has been quite
Mrs. Martha E. Harbin, mother of
Mr. Ed Harbin of Calvert, was bur
ied at Beaverdam Cemetery, Sunday.
M>"s. Harbin had been an invalid for
six years. She was eightv-three vears
. Mrs. Tat't Owen of Cherryfield
spent the week end with her parents.
5V1'- and Mrs. Marion Glazener.
Hubert Eden and Charlie Batson
visited H. I'. Chappell Saturday.
Mrs. Edd. Harbin, of Calvert,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Glazener
Mrs. Prince Cannon is very ill at
her home, and is expected to be re
moved to he hospital at once.
Mrs. Leland Gillespie, \yho has been
OFFICERS CAPTURE STILL ,
IN EAST FORK SECTION
A forty-five gallon sheet iron still
was captured in the East Fork sec
tion on Tuesday of last week. Along
with the still were also destroyed five
fifty-gallon barrels of beer. Officers
making the raid were Chief of Police
Bill Stroup, Constable Welch Gallo
way, and Prohibition Officer Jim
in the Six Mile hospitl, is improving.
B. B. White and son, Boyce, and
Allen White attended the funeral of
Mrs. Martha E. Harbin at Canton
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher and
family were Saturday night and Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Miss Laura Bishop, of Cedar
Mountain, was the guest of Mtes Belle
Miss Sylvia Huggins, of Cherryfield,
spent Thursday night as guest of Mrs.
The district singing convention will
be held next Sunday, January 17, at
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Calvert.
Charlie Batson was an Old Toxa
way visitor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Galloway and
family were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Fisher.
Sirs Freeman Hayes and son, Billie,
were guests of Mrs. Eli Huggins
Tuesday of last week.
Roy and Wash Fisher were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Glazener.
Mrs. H. P. Whitmire, Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Glazener, Mrs. E. A. Glazener,
Miss Mary Whitmire, Mrs. Freeman
Hayes, and son, Billie. and Mrs. H. G.
Stophel attended the funeral
services of Mrs. I. C. Kennon at
Pisgah Forest, Friday.
Archie Whitmire spent Tuesday
night as the guest of his aunt, Mr.
E. A. Glazener.
Prof. G. C. Bush, E. A. Glazener,
Oscar Barrette and Claude Glazener
attended the funeral of Mr. Bush's
brother, John Bush, at Lenoir Thurs
day. The party returned home
AJiss Elsie Maxwell, of San Ber
nardino, Calif., who has been visiting
her aunt and grandmother at Calvert,
is now spending a few weeks with
relatives in Durham, N. C.
E. A. Glazener and daughter, Fave,
and son, Claude, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Carr Whitmire and family at Bilt
more Tuesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hudson and
small daughter, Eva, are spending a
few days with Mrs. Hudson's father,
Mr. L. E. Masters.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge
and family spent Saturday night as
ROSMAN DEFEATS INSTITUTE ?
The Rosman High school basket
ball quintet defeated the Brevard
Institute ?team on the Rosman court!
Friday afternoon by the score of 24
to 17. The game was a very closely j
contested battle. B. I. led at the end
of the first half, the score being 10-9. |
In the second half the Rosman boys
made a flashy comeback, winning by
a decisive score.
.Rosman, 24 Pos. B. Institute, 17
|Whitmire, 7 ....F White, 5
iGlazener, 4 F Lebby, 1
I R. Eldridge, 10 . . C Mitchell, 4
|D. Eldridge, 10.. G Dumas, 2
Pangle, 1 C M. Dumas, 5
j Found, on highway 28 between M.
E. parsonage and State garage, man's
Ucarf. Owne_r may have same by call
ling at home of Rev. C. J. Eldridge
[and describing article.1
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. doers,
at Cashiers. They were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Zachary. Mr. Eldridge filled his reg
ular appointment Saturday night and
Sunday at Cashiers Baptist church.
Charlie Moss, who has been very
ill for some time, is slowly improv
V'asco and Carrol Manly were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Staton.
Mrs. Robert Zachary, of Hender
sonville, who is spending some time
here with her mother, Mrs. L. M.
Watkins, made a business trip to
Uncle Clate Aiken, of Shoal Creek,
visited Charlie Moss and family
Miss Dollie Masters, of the East
Fork section, made a business trip
to Hendersonville last week.
The Rev. J. E. Burt filled his first
regular appointment at Glady Branch
church Sunday, spending Sunday
night as the guest of Mrs. G. F. Gal
limore of that section.
, Miss Betty Nelson returned home
I Sunday, after a weeks visit as the
1 guest of her sister, Mrs. Callaham, of
j Greenville, S. C.
Mrs. Ellis Galloway and son, Cecil,
i were Saturday visitors of Mr. and
'Mrs. Edwin Staton. Mrs. Galloway
remaining until Sunday and was ac
companied to her home in Old Toxa
, way by Mr. Staton.
i Jack Gunter, Gertha Watkins and
Brodus Henderson were visitors to
Brevard Saturday evening.
Dr. Heller, of Senica, S. C., visited
I Charlie Moss Friday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woodall and
daughter, Katheleen, of Greenville,
WITH THE COUNTY'S
By J. M. HARRIS
Our churches are beginning the
New Year with the hope of increas
ing attendance in Sunday Schools
and prayer meetings. All of our col
ored people are being urged to attend
the church services. I
The task of Christianizing our
people is one of great importance ?
? Teaching people to be Christ-like.
This work is being carried on in six
[churches in the county.
? Our Schools should be the great in
' stitutions for awakening of the minds
'of our young people to creative inde
pendence and ability. Our people
| should be taught to think, work and
'save their money. We have three pub
lic schools in this county where this
is being done. Parents are urged to
keep their children in school.
ROLAND HAYES TO BE
Roland Hayes, the greatest Negro
j singer in the world, will appear in a
(concert at Asheville, March 7.
COLORED PEOPLE MOURN
Colored people all over the South
; mourn the death of the great philan
thropist, Julius Rosenwald. He was
I the sponsor of the Rosenwald schools
(among the colored people.
! Ed Wilson, trespass. Ton dollars
I fine and costs of action.
Walter Townsend, trespass. Ten
[dollars fine and costs of action. Di
j fendant takes appeal.
| S. C., spent Sunday as the guests of
|Mr. and Mrs. Yando Morgan and
Mr. and Mrs. Memory Mull and
j daughter, Viola, were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Morrison.
| Mr. and Mrs. Grover Woodard and
! family visited Mrs. Woodard's par
ients, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reid, at
J Mrs. M. C. Summeral substituted
i for W. B. Henderson in the Selica
'school last week, during Mr. Hender
' son's illness.
j Mrs. Arthur Wilson and brother,
jFurman Henderson, were Laurens,
' S. C., visitors Monday.
? Braxton White, small son of Mr.
land Mrs. J. E. White, who has been
| ill for several days, is much improved,
j Eddie Towns and Nathan Passmore
jwere Quebec visitors Saturday.
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\yonr home for which you no longer
| hare any axe ? most everybody in the
? Comity read The Ncics Want A ds.
THE PRAYER CORNER
( From, the Files of Long Ago)
A CALL TO REDEDICA TION TO
JESUS CHRIST IN LIFE
Is it not fitting, dear friends, at the
beginning of this New year to re
dedicate ourselves to Jesus Christ in
Life and Service?
1. Confession of Christ openly
before men as Lord and Savior.
"Not only ivith our lips, but in our
I 2. Understanding better the mind
[of Christ through daily bible reading.
! "That I may know Him and the
| power of His Resurrection."
3. Regular daily, individual and
"Lord teach m to pray."
4. Seeking strength for service
through worship and Sacrament. I
"I can do all things through Christ
which strengtheneth me. " I
5. Active service by every member i
of the church.
"Laborers together u>ith God."
6. Developing a deeper sense of in- ,
dividual responsibility for bringing
others to Christ.
"He first findeth his own brother." I
"He briught him to Christ."
7. Earnest effort to combat world
liriess by more consistent practice of
the Christian life.
"What do ye more than the others?"
1 A PRAYER FOR REDEDICA TION
TO JESUS CHRIST IN LIFE
? Almighty God, our Heavenly Fath
er, whose Son Jesus Christ came to
cast fire upon the earth, crant that,
I by the prayers of Thy faithful
people, a fire of burning zeal may be
? kindled and pass from heart to heart,,
I that the light of Thy church may
jshine forth bright and clear through
the same Thy Son, Jesus Christ, our
A PRAYER FOR SELF
0 Lord. My Savior, I am not ;
worthy that Thou shouldst come
j under my roof; yet Thout hast hon
ored Thy servant by calling him into
fellowship with Thee in the salvation
To Thee and to Thy service I here
dedicate my soul and body, beseeching
, Thee, that Thou wilt enable me to live
| a sober, righteous and godly life in
which resolution, do Thou, O Blessed
? Lord, confirm and strengthen me,
that as I grow in grace and Know
| ledge of Thy will, I may also increase
'?in usefulness in Thy service and win
! some souls for Thee, whom with the
Father and the Holy Ghost, I seek to
love and glorify. Amen.
C. D. C.
11 ant Ads are the very cheapest
mid the best advertising for the little
\it(ms for sale.
Rev. A. L. Vaughn led the Brevard
rollers here in a spirited bowling ten
pin tournament on the H. and T.
Recreation alleys with the Asheville
team Wednesday night, January 6,
when the Brevard team defeated the
Asheville bowlers, 1595 to 1464. Hall
was high man for Asheville.
Score for Wednesday's game.
Bean 98. .101. .106. .305
Croushorn 101.. 8-5.. 120.. 306
Jerome 91. .105. .110. .306
Bridges 122.. 117.. 98.. 337
Vaughn 106. . 132. . 103. .341
Total. . . . 1595
Matthews 91.. 83.. 94.. 268
E. J. Griset .... 93. .109. .100. .302
Hall 104.. 125.. 10a. .337
Gilbert 94.. 97.. 86T.280
A. Griset 110.. 92.. 75V. 277
LET US DO YOUR JOB PRINTING
666 Liquid or Tablets used internally
and 666 Salve externally, make a
complete and effective treatment for
$5,000 in Cash Prizes
Ask Your Druggist for Particulars
Service that is un
excelled in a n y n
cafe any where,?
a n d a welcome
that is genuine.
? AT ?
Doc Galloway, Prop.
fi PLUMMER'S BIGGEST and BEST
I January CLEARANCE Sale
I BEGINS FRIDAY JANUARY 15th & CONTINUES UNTIL FEBRUARY 1st
f| We h.ive just finished taking stock and find hundreds of short lots, odd sizes, remnants and broken lots of m er
as chandise. n accordance with our expressed policy of not carrying over merchandise from season to season,
m we have lo . track of the cost price in marking these goods down in our January Clearance Sale.
In Spite r-; the Depression PLUMMER'S SOLD More goods in 1931 than 1930 ? There's a reason for this.
PRICES ARE LOWER
Sheep Lined COATS
Men's Sheep Lined Leather
ette Coats ? WYrth $6.98,
Clearance Sale Price -
1 lot Men's Suits, odd si/.os,
Griffon and Society Brand,
worth up to $35.00, notv at
Men's Suede SHIRTS
Men's heavy Airman Suede
Shirts ? worth $2.00 each.
Clearance Sale Price
Extra heavy Boys' 220 Wt. i
Clearance Sale Price t
Men's heavy Blue Denim
Overalls, Genuine 220 Wt.
Denim ? Clearance Price
1 table Men's and Ladies'
Bradley Sweaters, worth up
to $10.00 each ? now at
ANVIL Brand Overalls for
Clearance Sale Price
| . m-; ? . ? v- ?? -r:
Yard Wide Heavy Quality
i! Clearance Sale Price
Sale of Men's Pants
A fortunate purchase of Men's Trousers enables
us to include in this Sale the best values ever of
fered in Transylvania County. We have grouped
these Pants in three groups:
GROUP No. 1
Men's Dress Pants, worth $2.00 pair ?
GROUP No. 2
Men's Wool Cassimere and gray mixed
Pants, worth up to $3.50
GROUP No. 3
Men's ?4.00 and $5.00 Pants ? (?9 JJQ
One table Remnants of Silks, Cottons |
Rayons, Flannels and etc.
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting
Full 81 inches wide
Clearance Sale Price
New Styles in Best Grade
Clearance Sale Price
Extra quality, Full Size,
Double Blankets. $1.75 val.
Clearance Sale Price
srt:, i i i ii ?in f i
One lot of Ladies Coats, Fur
Trimmed. Values in this lot
up to $25.00 ? selling at
One lot of Ladies Coats
values up to $10.00.
Upon taking stock we found
hundreds of yards of Silks ?
values up to $2.00 yard. In
The Clearance Sale at
One lot of Baronet Satins ?
Values up to ?1.00 yard.
Clearance Sale Price
Wool DRESS Goods
Five pieces of 54-inch All
Wool Coating Tweeds ?
Priced $1.50 yard ? now at
R'S DEPARTMENT store