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Promotion List !
Millia Allison, J. E. Burt, Bill
Dockins, Russell Duncan, Margaret
Glazener, Annie Gillespie, Frank Mc
Call, G. C. McClure, Woodrow Mast
ers, Mary Morgan, Inez Oats, Mae
Owen, Laura Pharr. J. D. Powell,
Myrtle Raines, Howard Reece. Nor
man Singletary, Pauline Sutton,
Earl Whitmire, Everett Whitmire,
Lois Whitmire, Richard Whitmire.
Ruby Whitmire, Dorothy Wilds, Oneda
Wilds, D. S. Winchester. I
Seventh Grade Perfect Attendence j
Laura Pharr. Inez Oates. Pauline
Sutton. Millie Allison, Mae Owen, J.
E.Burt. ? ^.sadB
Sixth Grade Attendence Honor Roll
Fiances Galloway, Hilda Galloway,
Annice Whitmire, Helen Summey,
Earl Duncan, Herbert Woodard.
Fifth Grade Honor Roll
Lucille Galloway, Eula Mae Morris,
I"< Pangle, Dovie White, Margaret
Kuy Etdridge, Alfred Galloway,
Robert Oatos. Clarie Petit, Allen
Sisk, Ray Winchester.
Font tli Grade Perfect Attendence
Eva Israel, Mirriam Stewart, Ger
ald Allison, A. P. Bell, Earl Powell,
Clvde Rice, Frank Whitmire. Robert
Whitmire, D. H. Winchester.
Laura McCall, Kathlene Wilf n,
Dona Mae Smith, Ruth Lewis, I a
(JVk.way, Ellen Morgan, Inez Paxtwi.
W. B. Jones, Elbert Chapman, Looney
Second Grade Perfect Attendence
Albert Israel, Fred Powell, Ruel
Whitmire, Lucy McCall, Ola Butler,
First Grade Honor
Children in Switzerland
In thr> summer the Swiss children
look after the cattle and goats and
help harvest hay for winter feed.
When their work is done they play
among the rocks and gather beautiful
flowers that' grow near the ice fields.
In the winter they spend most of
their day, from sunrise to sunset, a ?
school. During the long evenings tne
boys help their fathers who are carv
ing figures and making toys. On holi
days everyone goes" skiing or coasting
on the steep mountain slopes of skat- ,
ing on the lakes. Theirs is the hap
py, carefree life. . . I
HERBERT WOODARD, 6th grade, j
Spring here and every one' is
happy. Th" flowers are blooming and
the apple tr<o buds uiu swelling; in
?'Vet the buds ate on most all of the |
'rees are showing signs of awaken- '
ing. Many bovs and girls are glad
when spring arrives because school
will soon be out but I think they
should be happier because it brings
bird songs and growing things.
? HAZLE MOORE. 6th grade.
When I was small I hated rain.
Hut never now do I complain
I'm old enough to own a coat, cap
and umbrella for the wet.
And in my bright shade of red.
It's very rosy overhead.
When the rain drop3 pelt and patter
Upon my coat it doesn't matter.
When April showers come you see,
It's just, a lot of fun for me.
GENEVA PETIT, 5th grade.
What I Shan id Like to L)o
I would like to visit Australia, and
to see how the people dress, work and
live. Australia is about the size ol' (
Europe. The chief industries of that
continent are agriculture grazing, and
mining. They raise many sheep, cattle
j One other thing I would like to see j
would be the animals of Australia,
among them being the kangaroo. It
lias a long tail to help it run, two :
short legs in front, and two long legs
| behind. It can run very fast,
' RAY WINCHESTER, 6th grade.
j Vacation time is almost here. I am
expecting lots of fun. There are sev
eral trips I would like to take during
my vacation, and fishing often. I
don't like to think of parting with my
teacher and schoolmates, but I hope
that we will all have a good time this
is always SAF E
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BURT. L. OWNBEY & COMPANY
Phone 2105 Asheville, N. C.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Thursday, April 28th.
Washington, D. C $12.50
Richmond, Va. . . .* 10.50
Norfolk, Va 11.50
Baltimore, Md 13.50
Limit 5 days in addition to date of sale.
Rates quoted from AsheviHe. Equally low round trip
fares from other Western North Carolina points.
For additional information, ask your local agent, or
Division Passeager Agent, Asheville, N, C.
?\tmrrtpr, sinri im": in scnool again nex,,
'tOtt; feeling reated and ready foi
D: H. WINCHESTER, Jr., 4th grade
April days are here again,
Golden sunshine with the rain.
Flowers blooming on the hills,
Violets nodding by tho rills,
The robin sings in the apple tree,
He's glad 'tis spring, ,
It is plain to see.
The butterflies rest <n the ear
And use them for umbrellas
To keep ofF the showers.
LUCILLE GALLOWAY, Oth grade
Good thing to eat,
Good things to say,
Good things to do,
'Most every day. ? f *
Good things to do
They're good for you. *
But don't do anything that's wrong ! jj
It doesn't make you good and strong. ' v
Good things to love ? j ''
Our mother r
And be good to one another. ,
Good things to do in every way, '
Is mind our teacher cverv day.
GLADYS CLARK, 3rd grade.
Ahj Rooster I
I have a rooster. He has very short
legs. I call him Duckleghorn. ?
One morning I went out to feed the *
chickens. I looked for my rooster but ?
he wasn't there. Then I went to look *
for Duckleghorn. First I went to the >
chicken house but he wasn't there. n
Then I went to the back yard and 11
there he was. I got my feed and fed "
him. " 1
My rooster will run after me. He v
will sit in my hand, too. I have made "
him a roost in the chicken house and -
every night he roosts there.
GLADYS WHITMIRE, 3rd grade. *
1 There are many kinds of butterflies. ^
They are coming north again and we s
' know it won't be long "until summer j
!"is here. Butterflies are very pretty. (
1 They look like flowers sailftig around v
i in the air. It is hard to find them i
i after the flowers bloom. They are like t
; the flowers in colors, (
All children like to chase butter- J
! flies, but it makes them sad when s
the butterlly gets away and they have f
1 only a part of its wing. j
1 Wouldn't it be grand if we little \
? children could keep our suits clean j
, like the butterflies?
KATHELEEN WILSON, j
3rd grade <
My Mother'* l)>>ckt> 1 j
| My mother has some little ducks. 1
' They have yellow web feet. <
I like to watch the little ducks (
! swim in tho pond. ; I
ORA OWEN, 2nd grade. !<
WITH THE COUNTY'S
(By J. M. Harris)
All the churches held regular ser
vices Sunday. Sunday school interest
iis increasing in all the churches, ?s
1 gecially at Bethel Baptist church,
The schools are closing this week.
Monday night exercises were held at
the school. Tonight (Thursday night)
will be class program at the Rosen
wald school a I
The following are among those to
receive certificates from the Seventh
Grade: Walter Anderson, Elizabeth
Mills, Charles Deloney, Ruth Erwin,
Helena Hall, Nathaniel Hall, Bessie
Ellis, John Jeter. From Junior Hlffh
School: Ruby Johnson, Llelwen Mills,
and William Hunt.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
The Annual Stockholders meeting
of the Transylvania Railroad Com
pany will be held at the general of
fices of the company in the McMinn
Building. Brevard, N. C., on Wednes
day, the 4th day of May 1932, at 10
o'clock a. m. for the election of of
ficers and directors to serve during
the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of -any other business that may
come before the meeting.
A. K. ORR, Secretary.
Brevard, N. C., Aoril 13, 1932.
April 21st, 28th.
Having qualified r.s executor of the
estate of Chalmers D. Chapman (de
ceased) . late of Transylvania County
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Brevard, North
Carolina, on or before the 7th day of
April, 1933, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will'
please make immediate settlement.
This the 6th dav of April, 1932.
DAVID G. WARD, Executor.
April 7, 14, 21, 28, M5,12.
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of Ethel Townsend, de
ceased, late of the County of Green
ville, South Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Brevard,
N. C., on or before the 16th day of
March, 1933,- or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. AD
persons indebted to ?aid estate will
please make immediate prfvmenl.
This 16th day of March, 1932.
RACHEL BAGWELL, Aiitnir.ietr&.
txte. of of Hihrf Twnwi,
Mar. 17, 24, 31, A;;r. 7, 14, 21.
mil 1 1 if ?mill in in i ii ii ...
W. O. W. DISTRICT NEWS ITEMS
W. O. W. BANQUET MENV . ,
'ruit Cocktail .... Cranberry Saucd
iu Gratin Potatoes . . Sweet Pickles
tring beans Celery Au Gratin
Last week Head Watchman C. P.
[nforth of Kings Mountain and your
)istrict Manager delivered 33 service
ins to members in Cleveland County.
1 11 thirty three members have beer
Voodmen twenty-five years or lonpct,
1 went to Grover Camp No CI, G to
[ings Mountain Camp No. 15, 3 to
'atterson Springs Camp No. 143 and
3 to Earl Camp No. 66. Several of
hese honor service pins have been de
ivered to Shelby Camp Any member
,-ho has been a Woodman 25 years or
3nger can get one of these beautiful
ervice pins by writing to President
eraser, W. 0. W. Building., Omaha,
?ound Cake .
lot Rolls . . .
. . Corn Muffins
. Hot Chocolato
I Tk? Rosman Camp and Grove have
| arrangements almost completed for
j the large delegation that will attend
1 District Convention thero April 28th.
At Brevard Jerry Jerome and his
committee will have everything ready
for banquet Wednesday night ? P. 51.
the 27th of April. Remember to get
your banquet tickets from Jerry be
fore it is to late. (See program in last
?weeks Brevard News).
Mr. and Mrs. Odoni of Wadesborr
will accompany Head Consul tr.d Mr-.
Hill to Brevard for W. O. W. banque:
the 27th. Judge will deliver an address
I attendee' Meetings ut Cliffsido,
Hickory and Catawba last week Cat
awba Camp and Grove will hold their
Spring Social Get Together meeting!
the 3rd Saturday in May. I
I wonder how many soverigns will
get one application and bring it to
convention as evidence of your inter
est in Woodcraft at home.
NOTICE OF SALh.
Under Chattel Mortgage
'taie of North Carolina
WHEREAS on the 24th dny of
larch 1981 the Brevard Hardware &
'urniture Company, Inc., executed a
hattel mortgage and note to the;
Selnap Hardware & Manufacturing
lompany, Inc., on property describe-!
i .-.aid mortgage, which is recorded
; Book 24 at page 472 of the records
f chattel mortgages in the office of
ho Register of Deeds in Trsnsyl
ania County at Brevard, and where
s the said Belnap Hardware &
lanufacturing Company, Inc., by
iroper endorsement has transferred
11 its right, title and interest in the
lortgage and note, above referred to,
o Donald Lee Moore;
NOW, THEREFORE, under and
iy virtue of the power contained in
aid mortgage, I, as assignee of the
?elnap Hardware & Manufacturing
Company, Inc., of Louisville, Ky.,
rill on Monday the 25th day of April
932 at 12 o'clock M. at the store of
he Brevard Hardware & Furniture
Company at No. Ill West Main
street in Brevard, N. C., offer for
ale and sell to the highest bidder
or cash nil of that certain property
iow situate in the stor? of the Bre
rard Hardware & Furniture Com
;any. Inc., as is described in the chat
el mortgage above referred to, which
s recorded in Book 24 at page 472
)f the chattel mortgage records in
?nd for Transylvania County, N. C .
md reference is hereby made to said
>ook and page for a complete de
scription of the property to be sold
mder this power. Said sale made
:o satisfy indebtedness due the on
iersigned assignee and cost of sale
wd any surplus will be paid to the
Brevard Hardware & Furniture Com
This the 30th day of March, 1932.
DONALD LEE MOORE, Assignee.
4tc Mar SI Apr7, 14,21
NOTICE of Sale of Real Estate
Under and by virtue of power. ant)
authority contained in that certain
deed of trustj dated July lstj 1928
and recorded in Book 1, Page 14
Transylvania Cooftty Registry, an<i
executed 'by Carl H. Case and wife, tc
the -Citizens National Bank o1
?iimn?rii ? i i ? niimiiii ii?ii ? >11111 II
Paleigh. N. C., Tvustw, and assumed j
by J. 3. S. Mcintosh, the present
owner," default having bee;* made in |
the payment of the indebtedness se- |
cured thereby, whereby the entire i
amount of said indebtedness became ;
due and peyable and demand having ,
been made by the holder of said note ]
upon the trustee named therein to '
advertise and sell the property des- '
eribed in said deed of trust, the I
undersigned will offer for sale for
cash nt public auction ai the Court- i
house door in Brevard, Transylvania ;
County, N. C., at noon on Wednes
day, May 11th, 1932, the following J
described real estate:
Lying on the East side of Buena ,
Vista Drive, beginning at tha corner
of Lots No. 4 and 5 and runs with
the east margin of Buena Vista Drive
South 30 degrees West 145 feet to ?
stake; thence South 5S degrees 04
minutes East 240 feet to a stake in
a branch ; thence down with the cen
ter of the branch North G6 degrees
East 137 feet to a stake in the branch
at 0. H. Orr's corner; thence with
his line North 59 degrees 30 min.
140 feet to a stake at the Northeast
corner of Lot No. 4; thence with, the
North line of Lot 4 North 59 degrees
04 minutes West 200 feet to the
I Being all of lot 4 and 70 feet of lot
0 in block 3 and the laid to the rear
of lots 3 and 4 of subdivision of the
G. T. Glazener property by Lawrence
Land Co. Said lots being located in
1 Lakeview section of Lake Lawrence
!as surveyed and platted by Eagle
j Engineering Co. March, 1926, which
plat is registered in Book 1, at page
5 of the deed records of Transyl
vania County, N. C., Bounded on the
East and South by O. H. Orr, and
on the West by Lawrence Land Co.
This, the 8th day of April, 19?2.
i NORTH CAROLINA BANK snd
I TRUST COMPANY, successor to
j Citizens National Bank of Raleigh,
!i By: H. M. CORBITT, Vice-Presi
' ' dent.
i1; TERMS OF SALE? C/lStf.
,1 PLACE OF SALE? C O U ft T
, HOUSE DOOR. BREVARD, N. C.
I I TIME OF "SALE ? NOON, WED
) NESDAY, MAY 11, 1932.
I Apxil 14, 21, 28, May 5,
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