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Roman Section of The Brevard flews
MRS. CLAUDE GLAZENER, Editor.
Miss Cleo Jamison, music teacher
in the Rosman schools, returned to
her home in Spartanburg Sunday.
Miss Ruth Burt, who is attending
school at Mars Hill, visited her par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Burt Fri
Mrs. Firm Whitmire of Calvert
visited Mrs. A. N. Sisk Friday.
Wallace Collins and Thomas Glaz
ener spent several days this week in
the Horse Pasture section camping
A. M. Paxton, Jr., of Brevard was
the Sunday night guest of Charles
4ft. W. H. Warren returned to her
home in Asheville Sunday after
spending a week with Mrs. M. N.
Moore and family.
Mrs. J. E. White and daughters,
Elsie, Elizabeth, and Margaret, "sons
William, A Ion and Braxton, enjoyed
a fishing trip to Balsom Grove Mon
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bayles and
son, Jimniie, and Dexter Hooper of
Sylva, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.
R. Fisher and family.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilkerson
weto business visitors to Brevard ,
Misses Betty Nelson, Kate Wal- i
drop and Boulah Moore were dinner
quests of Mrs. E. R. Galloway Fri
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis and
family attended the Pickens County j
Singing convention Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Taft Owens and baby
t>i Cherryfield visited Mr. and Mrs. .
Marion Glazener Monday.
Dexter Hooper and Jake Bales of (
Kylva, Wash and Roy Fisher and ,
Fred Stroup enjoyed a fishing trip
to Horse Pasture river last week. i
Mrs. Burlie Redmon and Annie j
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Phone 67 Brevard, N. C.
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B. Y. P. U. MEETING 1
Miss Pauline Leathers, who is head
of the Junior B. Y. P. U. organiza
ion, requests that more members be
present at the meetings which are
held every Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Zion Baptist church.
Wore members are urged to join
the Junior B. Y. P. U. I
Chamnan of Central, S. C., visited
Mr and Mrs. W. S. McLean and
Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge am
family spent Sunday at Cashiers.
They were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs N. P. Bryson. The Rgv. Mr.
Eldridge filled his regular appoint
ment at the Baptist church there. |
Mrs. W. S. McLean is ill with flu
it her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Summeral and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Galloway of
Brevard Cnjoyed a picnic dinner in
the Pisgah National Forest Sundaj.
Th" Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Eldridge
and Mrs. W. I. Reece were Ashevnle
visitors Thursday. While there the>
visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson and
children and Furman Henderson
visited relatives at Gray Court, fc.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank, McCaU and
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norris of Cherry
leld visited Mrs. Norris' daughter,
Mrs. Elmo McCall, who is sermsly
'1 at her home in Pickens, .S.
^Th^Rev. E. E. Yates will fill his .
?ppointi>-its at East Fork Sunday
vt 1? o'clock a. m., and at ke'icu
?hureh Sunday evening at 8 o cIock
' Mr and Mrs. Claude Kilby of
?Cingsport, Tenn., are spending some
ime with the latter' s parents, Mr.
,nd Mrs. L. M. Watkins.
Miss Dollie Masters of East rork ,
pent Sunday night as the gue3t ox
Hr. and Mrs. Lon Chapman.
J. B. Rodgers and Mrs. L. M. \Vat- ,
:ins visited Mrs. Sula Merrill of
Brevard Tuesday of last week. Miss
Uildred Watkins returned home with
hem after spending some time wstn
ler grandmother. .. . A
William Cantrell of New Mexico,
i sited Mr. and Mrs. Lon Chapman j
>unday. _ , . 5
Girtha Watkins of Brevard spent .
he week-end with his parents, Mr.
md Mrs. L. M. Watkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gantt of
Valholla, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ?
Jrow were Sunday guests of Mr. /vna
ills. Grover Woodavd. 1 1
Mrs. Bessie Jones and daughter,
rene, and son, Vernon, of East F lat
lock, visited Mrs. Zeb Stroup and .
amily Sunday.. , ' ]
J, B. Rodgers and Mrs. Claude i
Qi'by and Mildred Watkins were <
Business visitors to Cashiers Sunday.
Mr. Zeiler, father of Mrs. J. I. ]
/line, returned home, after an ex- ,
ended visit in Asheville and other
oints. . ? . T
Mrs. M. C. Summeral and Mrs.
ess A. Galloway were visitors to
lendersonville Friday. i
Misses . Lucille and Bobby Hender
on of Quebec visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
L G. Stophel Friday.
Mrs. Bob Oats and daughter, Vir
;inia, and W. I. Reece made a busi
vess trip to Asheville Tuesday of
ast week. i
Misses Addie and Nancy McCall ofi
Snka attended church services here
Sunday evening. .
W. I. Reece was an Oakland visit
ir Sunday. , , ? ^ ...
Miss Ann Stepp of Old Fort, visit
id Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oats and fami- 1
y Friday. ,
Miss Mae White visited Miss Ola
Mrs W, E. Galloway and jsons, J
iVeldon and Cecil, of Old Toxaway, |
YOU WILL FIND GOOD EATS AND QUICK SERVICE
FROM 5 A. M. TO 2 A. M? AT?
George's Lunch Room
Below Plummers, George Simpson, Prop.
A. M. PAXTON, Sr., ENTERTAINS
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
A. M. Paxton, Sr., entertained at
hia home hero Saturday evening with
a party for his Sunday school class.
Those present for the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. James Staton, Pauline
Leathers, Olga Fortenberry, Beatrice
Sisk, La Vorne Whitmire, Ola Pax
ton, A. M. Paxton, Jr., Howard Pass
more, Vaseo Manly, Robert Leathers,
Ilcmcr Manly, Ralph Burt and A. M.
Various games were played
throughout the evening. Refresh
ments of cake, boiled ?.?ustard and
grape juice were served. An enjoy
able time was had by a!l.
Those who have perfect attendance
records for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd
grades in the Quebec sehool for the
year 1931-32 are:
Millie Fisher, Charles Reid, Ras
Whitmire, T. C. CcCall. !dn Whit
mire, Meade Fisher, Roy McCall.
Miss Ola Paxton is teacher.
spent a few days last- week with Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Staton.
Mrs. H. P. Whitmire who has been
ill for several days, is slightly im
Mrs. E. E. Vates and Mrs. J. E.
Burt visited Mrs. C. E. Leathers Sun
Mr. and Mrs. James Staton were
Sunday evening dinner guest? of
Mi. and Mrs. Paul Rodgers and
V i\ ;md Mrs. John Cantrell and
Waymnn Chapman, of Sa'eni, S. C.,
spent the week-end here with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. '"and Mrs. Marvin Edney, of
Salem, S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Char
lie Gantt of Walhalla, S. C., visited
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barrett and
ufher friends here Sunday.
:Vl and Mrs. Clarence Pool and
children, Clarence, Jr., and Dorothy,'
of Brevard, visited Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Bryson Sunday.
Mrs. Doyle Moss and Lena Love
visited Mrs. Moss' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McCall at Cherryfie'ul
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryson and
grandson, Guy, spent the week-end
at Traveler's Rest, S. C. They were j
accompanied home Sunday by E'ain
Bryson who will spend this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Bryson here.
W. I. Recce made a business trip
to Charlotte Monday.
Mrs. Lizzie Byrd is ill at her home
Mr. and Mrs; C. N. Grimshaw and
Miss Louise Moore of Miami, Fla.,
and Mrs. M. N. Moore and daugh
ter, Mrs. Claude Glazener, made a
business trip to Franklin, N. C.,
Misses Beulah Rice and Nora
Meece, of 0!d Toxaway, spent Thurs
:lav night with Mrs. W. I. Reece.
Mrs. R. K. Powell and children
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. |
A. M. Paxton. .
Roy Fisher was a Thursday night ,
?uest of Charles Glazener.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Grimshaw and
daughter, Anna Marie, and Louise j
Moore of Miami, Fla., also A. B.
Moore, of Anthony, Fia., and daugh
ter, Mrs. Gates, of Miami Beach,
Fla., left for their homes Tuesday i
after spending several days with j
Mrs. M. N. Moore. They were called |
here last week on Account of the
death of M. N. Moore.
Mr. Frank Foister and Miss Nora
Mi lsaps, of Asheville, visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. White last week fesd at
tended the Rosman high school grad
James and Doris White of States-]
ville, spent a few days here last week
Mrs. Freeman Hayes and son,]
Bi'lie, were Rosman visitors Sunday. |
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Orr of Little
River visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Owen at Cherryfield Sunday.
Mrs. Prince Cannon of East Fork
is fast improving after a long siege
Ernest Gillespie and wife of Ashe
ville visited relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clate Dockins of
Atlanta, Ga., were visiting here Sun
Rev. J. E. Burt is at present con
ducting a revival at Glady Branch.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Cannon and
daughters, Tot and Hume, and son,
Glenn, of Pickens, S. C., visited Mrs.
Fish Where Fish Is!
Spend a day or two fishing in the fine waters of
On Little River
THE SEASON OPENS ON
Make your plans now . . . Good Fishing . . . banks or
boats . . . Nominal Charge, including Boats.
Fishing permits and all information available at Lake.
! Pisg&h Forest News 1
I : I
Fishing seems to bo the order -of
1 Harter Hollingsworth and Ed Walk
er of Stanley Creek were recent
guests of the formers mother,, Mrs.
D. W. Hollingsworth.
t v Mrs. Mat Allison of Little River
| is visiting Mrs. Jim Allison ar.d
| daughter, Do'lie.
j Miss Coriue Sentell has been ill
Mrs. L. L. Daniels and daughter,
i Mary Ann, were Wednesday after
i noon guests of Mrs. H. Kedrick and j
I Mrs. A. B. Owen of Brevard was
a recent guest of her mother, Mrs. S.
A . Albert before' going to Atlanta,
Ga., to visit Mr. Owen.
Dr. H. McCoy of the Isle of Many,'
Hawaii has been visiting his brother,
E. P. McCoy.
Mrs. A. L. Morgan has been on the
Several people from this section at- !
tended the commencement exercises '
at the Brevard High school last week, j
Mr. Frisco Senteli of this section was
a member of the graduating class.
Mrs. Royce Walker and daughter,
Frances, have been ill.
Mr. ami Mrs. Tilden Com and two
children of Spartanburg spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j
Miss Fanny Boggs of Asheville was
a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. W.
A. Lyday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simpson of <
Greenville, S. C., spent Sunday with
the la tter's mother, M rs. D. W. Hoi- '
Mrs. C- C. Morris and -daughter,
Audrey and little Miss Helen Brown,
of Billmorc and Mr. Robert Whitmire
H. P. Whitmire, who has been ill
several days. Dr. Cannon and chixT j
ren also visited Mrs. Betty Farmer
in Ashevilie. They joined Mrs. Car.-'
lion returning home Sunday evening.]
Misses Betty Neson and Kate Wal
drop wore Friday night guests of
Miss Beulah Moore.
Miss Susie "or don visited Mrs. A.i
N. iTisk several days last week.
Miss Biilie Fisher has returned j
home from Sylva where she has been j
visiting hoi- sister, Mrs. J atr.es T.|
Margaret Glazener spent Sunday !
night with Mr. and Mrs. Taft Owen, j
E. A. Glazener and sen, Claude, i
made a business trip to Brevard
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Glazener and
daughters, Martha and Madge, of
Hendersonville, spent the week-end
with Mr. ' Glazener 's mother, Mrs.
J. R. Glazener.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fergerson of
Crab Tree spent last week with Mrs.
Fergerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Glazener.
Mr. ari3 Mrs. G. C. McClure and
family moved to Chesney, S. C., Sat
urday where they will make their
Miss Mamie HinR'e returned to
her home in Bohenia section after at
tending school here. ?
j Bl&sstyre Breeze* j
' We are glad to report that Mrs.
Ed. Jonsa who fell and injured her
arm some time ago is much improved.
Little Wyatt Duncan, email sop of
Mr, and Mrs. W, K. Duncan, is much
We are :orry to hear that Miss
Ruby Hamilton is ill.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Scott of Little
River were Elan tyre visitors Sunday.
Mrs. W. K, Duncan, who has been
ill, is out again.
Ler.ard Nasbit is ill.
The small son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Frady, who fell sometime ago and
broke his collar bone, is better.
Mrs. Moore is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cantrell of
Big Willow were callers at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, one day
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frady are ill.
Little Jewell Reed, who has been
ill, is much improved.
Mrs Otho Scott and children visit
ed Mrs>. John Reed last Thursday.
Miss Fred Maxwell came home for
rhs entertainment at Pens ose schooi
last week. Miss Maxwell has been
with her sister, Mrs. Harvey English,
of Boylston, who has been ill for
some time. She reports Mrs. English
A number of the Blantyre folks
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lec
Moody Sunday afternoon to practice
of Sumter, S. C., spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Emma Co burn.
Mrs. William Duncan entertained
the Intermediate girls Sunday School
class of the Baptist church, of which
she is teacher, with a picnic inPis
gah National Forfst Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parker and
children of Brevard, were recent
guests of Mr. and Mr^. H. 0. Parker.
Mr. W. L. Stophel was a recent
Mrs. 0. P. Anders, of Greer, S. C.,
spent Sunday with her sisters, Mrs.
Dewey Burns and Mrs. Emmit Reece.
Mrs. Charlie Orr spent Sunday in
Greenville with her mother, who is
Several fans from this section at
tended the baseball meeting at the
Brevard Court house Saturday even
Mr. W. C. Cody was informsd last
week of the serious illness of his
father in Erwin, Ter.n.
The B. Y. P. U. of the local church
presented a program at the Turkey
Creek "church Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mint Covai and Mr. Mitch
Stepp of Greenville, S. C., spent Sun- ,
day with Mra. Laura Radford.
Mr. Baxter Cody of West Asheville
spent Sundav with his brother, W.
C. Cody. ' !
Mrs. D. H. Orr and daughter,
Frances, spent Monday with Aunt 1
Epsey Lyday, who is i 1 at her home
on Turkey Creek.
A large crowd attended the Bap
tismal services here Sunday.
Mrs. Curtis Grey is suffering with
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Lake Toxaway New? j
Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Owen sad
sons, A. L. aniLRay and Miss Mar
jorie Johnson spent last Sunday with
Mr. Owens sister. Mrs, Granville
? Fisher and Mr. Fisher.
Rev. E. E. Yatej of Rosman was
?here W edaiesday of teat week snd S
j visited out school. He also preached 3
at Namur Wednesday night.
W. J. Owen was on the eiek list
last week and also Kerrnit Hall,
i Charles McNeely of Oakland spent
[last Tuesday night witn Paijl Fisher, j
i Mrs. Granville Fisher attended the 1 >?
funeral of her uncle, M. N, Moore. 'j?
at Calvert, Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. Charlie Lee spent Tuesday of
last week with her daughter, Mrs.
E. D. Lee.
Mrs. Roy Miller of Franklin is
spending several weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Lee.
Miss Edith Daniels of Raleigh,
N. C. and Miss Mi'dred Williams are
spending this we?k with Mrs. W. W.
Mra. W. F- Croom and aon, BiKic
of Danville, Va., were here last Sat
urday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ?
W. W. McNeely.
B. T. Egerton returned home last
Friday from Orange Lake, F!a.,
where he has spent several months.
C. C. Hall spent "Wednesday and
Thursday of iast week at Namur with
Cleon Williams returned last Fri
day from We3t Palm Beach, Fia ,
where he had been for several day*- -
Mrs. W. H. Arrowood was a Bre
vard visitor last Saturday!
Quite a number of our people at
tended the Rosman schools commence
ment last Friday r.ight.
Toxaway school closed last Friday.
Everyone er.joyed the nice program
given by the 3choobl.
Mrs. Toblin Miller visited her
daughter, Mrs. Welch Reid at Quebec |S
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willbanks of
West Asheville were guests of Mr.
and M/3. F. Y. WH'banks first of
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Fisher visiter
their daughter, Mrs. L. C. Case and
Mr. Case last Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. D. C. Scruggs of Hcnderson
ville and Mrs. Clark Johnson were
.Toxaway visitors iast Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spauidin Mclintosh
and family of Brevard were here last '
Sunday visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Moody and
daughter asd son of HendersoflVille
were here last Sunday visiting friends
Miss Louise- Williams is'sfek withrf u?'
the fiue this week.
Mrs. W. J. Owen, Mrs. Kermit Hal!
and Mrs. Herbert Hall spent Sunday i
afternoon with Mrs. Allen McKienna
who is very sick.
Newton league spent Sunday night
with Harrison Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tjnsley and
family spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Tinsleys mother, Mrs. Charlie ,
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