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MAYOR RAMSEY TO !
A ? large audi - nee was present
Tuesday evening at the , Davidson
River school house to enjoy the com
mencement exercises,, of the local
school. The following program was
V Song Primary Grades
f Mother Goose Operatta . . Primary
giaues. * ;
Spirit of Happiness .... 4th and 5th
Uncle Sam's House party . . (5th and
. 7th g'^Jes.
Song 6th and 7th grades
Graduation exercises and presenta
tion of certificates will be presented
at the school house Friday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. At that time Mayor
Ramsey of Brevard will deliver an ad
dress to the seventh grade graduates.
Mrs. \V. C. Horris and Mrs. Orin
Ramer of North Brevard, were Sun
day evening guests of Mrs. Emma
Mrs. Harvey Souther has been
spending sometime at the bedside of
her father. Mr- C. Case, who is
seriously ill at his home near Lamb's
A practice baseball game was play
ed on the local diamond between Pen- (
ivse and the local nine Saturday
afternoon. This is the first game the
hoys have played and with Willie
Morris and. Henry Mackey as Mounds- [
men the team made a fine showing.
Mr. Harvey Radford spent Satur- 1
day in Hendersonville.
The Baptist singing choir from
this section attended the third Sun
day afternoon district singing con
vention at Carr's Hill. ?
Mr. Edgar Orr who has spent the '
winter in F.lorida, -where he had em
ployment, is visiting hi? parents* Mr. j
and M Sam Orr, before going to !
Now York where he will spend the j
A large crowd of friends and rela
tives gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Patton Sunday to celebrate!
their recent birthdays. A bountiful |
dinner was served and an enjoyable,
time was reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Jethro Sentell and j
family hav > moved from n*?.vi<Json ;
Rive; to this section. j
Mr. Frank Mackey who has spent ,
the past eight years in Norfolk, Va? '
spent the first part of the week with j
his father, R. E. Mackey.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boggs, of
Stanley, N. C., spent Sunday with I
the former's sister. Mrs. W. A. Lyday. '
Sir. Bishop and daughter Rose I
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and1
Mrs. Avdv Titpon at the Clough farm. :
Mrs. Sarah Cathran of West Ashe- j
viUe, is visiting her mother, Mrs. !
Mr. Fred Allen of Swannoa is visit- 1
ing in this section,
Mr. Williams is visiting his sister, j
Mrs. D. Duncan.
Mrs. Jim Allison and daughter, j
Dollie, who have spent the winter .
months with Mr. Allison in Ruther-j
fordton, have returned to their home;
here for the summer.
Mr. Carl Bryson of the U. S. Navy)
who is visiting his sister, Mrs. Willie
Morris at North Brevard was a re
cent guest of friends in this section.
Mrs. 'V. A. Lyday and Mrs. Frances
Allen anA daughter Elizabeth, spent f
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Jess;
McCall at her home in "Happy j
Mrs. J. H. Wolf spent several days ;
last week in AsHeville.
Miss Ruby Edmundson of Avery's !
Creek was a visitor at the local school ,
Mrs. Susan Fowler who has spent;
a month with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. j
Orr a;nd Mrs. Sarah Orr has return- 1
MANY CIVIL CASES
\ ccording to the Civil Superior
Court Docket, a comparatively snva^
cases being continued. !
Settlements were obtained m
following cases: Bottl
Frank Patton vs. Coca Coia bo"'
Mr.. J. M. ?...
W standanl MM. P. C- ??? Mot" |
C ). Non suited. . Engli8fc. i
Commissioner of tsanKs \s. ^
"'f!?!' Galloway vs. Ck.ce.te.
ruber Co. Dismissed. , 1
7,ora Allison, Guardian et al vs.
\, R. Owen, ct al. Won. 1
Chase National Bank et al v .
C. C. Jordon, Mistrial. Gallo- '
N. A. Miller et al vs. T. C. uaiw |
vav, et al. Won. p;,,i.e\.
\r.nio Mae Walters vs. J. H. |
?W=5 1 Iriri: p.i
Commissioner of BanKs v
Hamlin, J. II. Tinsley and Mis. J. " .
Tinsley. , j, W.
Commissioner of ?
Duckworth and Cos Paxton.
State vs. Jim Lane .
Sallie Osteon vs. Bmaul ? |
and Power Co? ;
Gilliland vs. Carr Lumbei - o. j
Carolina Light and Power Co.
UUG'c;ReReeves vs. Vance Galloway
Ct Divorces were granted in the cases
ToddenBea\rkedWyatt Chapman vs.j
1 All ofheTa.nions of the Civil calen-j
der were continued until the next
term of Superior court. j
Cd to the home of her daughter, Mis
Frank Wilson at Penrose.
Mrs. W. C. Cody awl Mrs. A- Avery
snent Wednesday afurnoon with M
Dewitt McCall a; ihe Clough farm
Mr. Joe Orr was a recent guest ot
his daughter, Mrs. John Lyday, at
. Mr. Jude Albert and son, Joe, 01
Brevard. spent Wednesday with M .
Albert's mother. Mrs. S. A. aidci i.
Mrs. Emma Colburn has returned
to her home here after spend.ng ^
oast two weeks with her daugnwi,
Mrs. C. C. Morris at Bntmore.
Af n tt Orr and cnildren,
Frances and D. S? spent Wednesday
evening with Mrs. Orr's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Delias Lyday, at their home
ntRoy Frady has been suffering with j
^Oliver Buckner of F.ast. F?rk has j
been visiting his sister, Mrs. U
^Mrs/W. A. Lyday and Mrs. Frances
Allen spent Friday afternoon w ith
Mrs Don O'Kelley at Avery Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Kelley arc planning
to move to Enka soon.
The revival meeting which has been
held the last two weeks at the 1<k?
Baptist church closed 7* ?
evening. The meeting which was con
ducted by the pastor Rev C !. BlytM,
and assisted by Rev. Walter Hoi' te
claw of Hendersonville, has been a
successful one. There were many con
versions and the Baptiama
will be held here the fourth Sunday
morning, April 24. I
T. E. WATERS, Mgr.
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Most reasonable In Brevard. Give us a
trial. Well equipped shop, expert work
men. ? .^v
When you can have your old ones
Repaired at Low Cost
GLEN MILLER, JR., 1
Former Brevard Boy Ranks
High At King s
T. Glen Miller, son of fill-, and Mrs.
T. G. Miller, of Penrose, who hns
been attending King's College at
Bristol, Tonn., for the past school
year, seeking an A, B. degree, is mak
ing an envious record according to
recent information from that school.
Young Miller is an officer of th
Freshman class and a member of the
Athenaean Literary Society. He wa:
recently chosen Junior Orator of hi:
society and will deliver on oration
during the commencement exercises.
Always a good student, Mr. Mille
has been making grades far above tht
average and hfe is also active in th;
College Glee Club and Band, playinp
the Baritone Horn for the band anc
singing tenor in the Glee club. He
Technical director cf King Jesters
the college dramatic club:
During his high school career c">
the Brevard High school Glen was
active in many student affairs in ad
dition to his curricula, having been
a member of the high school orches
tra as well as the municipal band. He,
played the loading part in the senior
play of his class, '31, and he was
active in Boy Scout work for several
He led in a large number of student
activities, having been widely known
and iiked by all. jiersons with whom
he came in contact. j
CARD OF THAS'KS
We wish to thank our host of
friends and express our appreciation
of their kintness shown us during the
dark hours caused by the death of our
husband and father, M. N. Moore, We<
are also very grateful for the beauti
ful floral tribute.
MRS. M. N. MOORE ,
B. L DEBATE TEAM
LOSES IN FINALS
Allhoogh tho Brevard Institute De
bating team did not succeed in bring
ing1 home the Aycock Memorial Cug '
from Chapel Hill last week, the mem- ;
bers of the team end their sponsors;
feel that the experience was one worth 1
while, and thai trip will be & valu-j
able asset to them in contending for
honors again next year. i
No team was eliminated by any
other single team until the finals.
Three fourths of the fifty-eight teams
from the various high schools of th
state that survived the preliminary
triangular contests on April first, j
were eliminated in the first round, i
One affirmative and one negativt
team were chosen as the best of four
complete teams contesting in each
group in this round. One of the In
stitute speakers. Mr. Pio Sanchez, was
chosen by the judges as being the best
individual debater of the sixteen con
tending in one of the groups, I
The cup was won in the final de
bate on Friday evening, by the nega- ?
tive team from Curry High at Greens
boro, over the affirmative' from Kin- '
ston. All four debaters in the final ?
contest, a boy and a girl on each
team, showed a High degree of excel
lence in their performance.
The Institute debaters were Piu
Sanchez and Jack Wildey on the Af
firmative, and Russell Henderson and
Gladys Perry, on the Negative. Wil
burn Hooper was the alternate. The
query: Resolved that the United;
States should adopt a system of com
pulsory unemployment Insurance. Tke
team was accompanied to Chapel Hill
by their Coach, Mr. Lloyd Allison, and
by Supt. J. F. Winton.
Thirty per cent of the population
of Oregon and Washington belong to
There is no statute to Robert Mor
ris who financed the American rev
HEALTH BOARD TO !
The State Board of Jl<?olth has- j
just launched upon its campaign oli
immunization against typhoid, diph- j
theriu and small pox. This campaign [
was decidcd upon after many promi- 1
nent doctors throughout the Stato I
had corroborated the State Board's !
opinion that such a campaign was!
more needed at this time than for j
several years past. Endorsement of
this timely health movement has al-J
ready been received from variou* :
educational and social agencies, |
throughout the State.
The campaign will be conducted j
along three" lines. First, the preschool j
clinics are being set up in certain ;
counties of the State; second, certain,
counties without full time health j
officers of public healfh nurses may j
enter into contract with the State
Board of Health for this work. Pas
quotank and Yancy Counties have al
ready signed sucli contracts. Under
the terms of the contract tha treat
ment against each disease will be ad
ministered for twenty-five cents per
person, one half of this amount to be
paid by the State Board of Health
and the other half by the county.
Third, there will be a general effort
made through educational methods
and distribution of literature to have
the people throughout the State at
large take these treatments at '..he
time of their regular medical cxami
This campaign is unique in that
a special effort will b made to im
munize as many as possible in a cer
tain age class, the ages to be announc
Although the death rate from '
typhoid, diphtheria, and small pox;
has steadily declined in North Caro
line during the last twenty years,
medical authorities believe that this
campaign will go far toward further
reducing the death rate from the dis
< :;ses in question. ,
due to Acid
SICK stomachs, sovr sten'atlij >
indigestion usually- mean eve ??;
acid. The stomach nerves. : -
Too murh ocid nuikt-i the sfonvu r
I and intestines sour. Alia ii kii!
instantly. The hcsl furst is I ?>'
Milk of ftfognc-ia. tc^acsc t?m h-ts
less ?}os<! nculr;;i;jt?i mm;> i;tm > its
volume in acid. 1"> r.MK-. ,-lnr*t -
aril Avitii ^ i . ?? . C'?or ? . ? (*.
Take a spoonful in v .t?-r y>\r
unhappy condition will pr;>l::,!iiv in.J
in five minutes. Then you :
krowwhsil to do. Grille sit : h:<i > t
methods will v. y, or :.[?;?'? .1 ? . .11 ( <t..
firovc this for y;ur c -r. ; . 1 1 v
Raven sjreat my lydi: ?i?f. ???::>'>? ?
Be sura to gfit t! ? ssi.it '? ):!??>'
Milk of Msg;-c$< ? ..r<: cri
physicians in cor. - , ? ? : ?? ?
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reductions oil iill of its 17 latest type 1932 domestic Models,
presented to the public only 45 days ago.
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three price groups, in porcelain or lacquer exterior finish, capac
ities from r to 22-eubic feet </f food storage.
Tlie f,K" Models are semi-automatic, with eight freezing speeds,
porcelain cooling udlts, one-piece porcelain interiors with
rounded corners and twenty important improvements over last
year's "K" typ?-s.
The Standard and DeLuxe Kelvinators n*-e the only fully auto
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Thermic Tubes, four zones of cold automatically maintained
and many other exclusive Kclvinator features.
1 It will be a pleasure to show them.