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TOXAWAY WALLOPS I
THE PENROSE TEAM
(.V. L. Ponder)
The Toxaway bail club took the
big end 'from Penrose Saturday in a
practice game or. Penrose field. The
game was rather close until Toxaway
scored five runs in the seventh in-,
ning. Penrose raw material showed
a big lack of practice. The pitching
on both sides was good, 0wen3 of
Toxaway striking out 13 and Wil
liams of Penrose 14 in 7 innings
and Poore of Penrose 1 in 2 innings.
Penrose had 9 scattered hits, Mid
dleton making 1 double while Toxa
way had 11 with J. McCall 2 doubles
and White 1. Penrose had 2 nice
double plays. Fisher of Toxaway led
in stolen bases.
Score by innings:
Penrose 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3
Toxaway 2 0 1 0 0 2 5 3 1 14
McCall of Joxaway and Carter ul
Pisgah Forest were umpires.
Penrose plays Pisggan Saturday at
Pisgah. and Toxaway plays Rosman.
:( Blantyre Breezes 1
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Justus visited
Mr. anil. Mrs. J. T. Justus Sunday.
Mrs. Van Book and children have
bten spending some time with Mrs.
Heck'.- mother. Mrs. Lee Moody, who
Mrs. K. V. Duncan had as her
trues; Sunday Mrs. Virgil Galloway.
Mrs. ("imnie Justus and children
Bruce and Jack, visited Mrs. John
Mr. aiui Mrs. Fred Ballard and
family have moved into the Uncle
Ben Frady house. We extend to them
a corial invitation to attend Sunday
-.ehool and preaching.
We :i re sorry to report that Miss
Ruby - Hamilton is seriously ill and
has beyi removed from her hom^
hero li> a hospital in Hendersonville.
Her mother, Mrs. Bill Moore is
spending soni?_ time there, with her.
We join in a hearty wish for an
Unele Vance Duncan is spending
M'me time with his sen. Tyre Dun;
can. and iamily of Little River.
Mr. A. \Y. Davis has returned to
his farm, in Georgia, after spending
tiie winter with his family here. He
repc ts that his wheat crop is later
than u-.ua! this year. . ?
Rev. Flave Holden tilled his regu
lar appointment here, Sunday, with
a very interesting sermon.
Lenord* N'esbit is able to be out
now after being seriously ill for
Mrs. Jerry Orr of Turkey Creek
is sending some time with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moody.
Clannie Justus visited Mr. and
Mrs. Milferd Morgan of Etowah
Sunday. , . f
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Virgil Duncan, and
child, of Brevard, were the guests pf
, Mr. and AV s. . W. K, Duncan and
! Mr. Bill Mocre called* on Mr.
Howard Wright Monday night.
Claude Rickman who has employ
ment in Abbeville, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Rickman, here.
Some in our community attended
the farmer's meeting which was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Lyday, of Enon, Monday night.
The little child of Carlie Powell
who is spending some time with its
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Powell, is very much improved.
Will Norman reports that he is
very busy attending to the construc
tion of his house, which he is building
f on his mother's place near Blantyre.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Maxwell had
as their guest Sunday, John English.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baynard and
family visited- Mrs. Baynard's pat
ents, Mr. and Mrs. v Jake Simpson
We find that our B. Y. P. U. is
improving all the time. Last Sunday
night we had many visitors and we
nvite them back again.
Miss Agnes Maxwell had as her
Sjuest Sunday, Mr. Leroy Davis.
Rev. and Mrs. Will Willard were
?.vith us Sunday night, and after B.
V. P. U. Rev. Williard delivered a
wonderful sermon, which was enjoy
?d very much by all.
Miss Mary Ellen Reed visited Miss
?'rod Maxwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moody and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Miss Sar^h Nesbitt is spending
.-on:e time with her sister, Mrs. Lyday
Baynard of Pleasant Grove.
We are glad to report that Howard
Wright is much improved, and able
'o be out again, after being critically
ill for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jonqjs visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gash and family
Mrs. Lewis Simpson who has been
ill for some time continues just about
Mrs. J. S. Maxwell, Misses Fred
Maxwell and Mary Ellen Reed visit
d Mrs. Li'e Mooay Sunday.
CEMETERY WORK TO BE
DONE AT CONNE5 TEfc
. . Work of beautifying and cleaning
up the Connestee Cemetery will be
done this Friday May 20, when all
persons who have friends and rela
tives hjiried there are invited to meet
".nd b<|rin the work.
It is expected that a large number
f people will help with the work and
?in invitation has been "xtended by
.Miss Flora Holden, an active church
worker for persons to bring tools to
the cemetery and aid with the good
WORK OF CLINIC IS
r ? _ ?
227 health examinations were given
children of Transylvania county dur
ing the toxoid health clinic by th<;
officers in charge, Miss Hobbs of the
State health department end Dr. C.
L. Newland, county health officer ac
cording to the final report of Miss
Of this number 2-V received toxoid
, treatment, 2G having previously had
'the treafcnent. According to Miss
Hobbs the ratio in regard to ages and
number of children receiving treat
; ment follojvs: 1, six months old child;
2 nine months old children; 9, one
year; 18 months; 1, 15 months; 1,
10 months; 1, 13 months; 15, 2 years;
15, 3 years; 45, 4 years; 32, 5 years;
'CO. 6 years; 34, 7 years; 19, 8 years;
14, !) years; 7, 10 years; 10, 11 years;
2, 12 years.
Children receiving this treatment
will return to Dr. (7. L. Newland for
the second treatrrvnt on June 8. Col
iored children will receive second
, treatment on June 9.
Miss Hobbs returned to Statesvillo
Wednesday to resume her duiies
' there. She reported that the clinic
was very successful and that the pa
tients were very considerate.
Madison County farmers have
formed a Hereford Association to
i promote the production of pure bred
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QUEBEC NEWS !
Mrs. M. H, Holiday, son and Mts.
T. H. Calloway of Brevard were* Que
bec visitors Tuesday of last, week.
Mrs. C. W. Henderson visited her
sister, Mrs. C. C. Hall Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCall made
' a busines trip to Brevard last Tues
Mrs. .lack Smith and little son,
Tommie, were Brevard visitor.?
Miss Lucille Henderson spent Tues
day night with Miss Eisie Miller of
i Mr. Claude Simpson of Greenville,
S. C., is spending; sometime with Mr.
and Mrs. M. 0. McCall.
Mrs. Jim Fisher returned to the
! Angel Bros. Hospital., ? Franklin,
where she underwent an operation a
few days ago. She is reported in a
| critical condition.
Misses Gussie Whitmire and Ber
n<>e Reid were Sunday guests of
Miss Mildred Henderson.
Mrs. Ranze.v Whitmire spent Tues
day night with her daughter, Mrs.
Misses Cleo and Virginia .Tones of
Asheville are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jones.
Mrs. Avery Reid and little son,
Curtis, of Brevard, spent Saturday
night with Mrs, Reid's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. C. W. Henderson visited Mrs
Elmer Golden Friday.
Quite a number of the community
W. O. W. DISTRICT NEWS ITEMS
BY W. H. GROGAN
Honor Jioll Last Week
Camp No. 905 Hayesville, 3 appli
cations; Camp No. 403 Forest City, 3
applications; Camp No. 391 Canton,
Meetings Attended Lust Week
I visited Forest City camp Monday
night. A good Degree Team has been
organized and will soon be able to
fake carc of all candidates.
Over at Hayesville two candidates
were given the protection degree. A
delegation from Murphy helped with
the work. A joint picnic will be held
this spring by camps at Hayesville
At Canton Friday night 10 applica
tions were voted on, this camp now
has twenty candidates on way for
Protection Degree. Near by camps
will be welcome at any Friday night
meeting. Why r/>t make up a party
>M;d atte\l Friday night meeting at
I will attend social meetings at
Marion Tuesday night and Catawba
Saturday night. Open for dates 23rd
Strawberry short cake goes good
this time of year. How about it Hick
Hops H Hi's Hills?
Have been asited lately ho<v Hill's
Hills were coming, so I'm asking Hill
to write us regarding his little Hills
so wt; can tell Hills friends how the
little Hills are growing into big Hills.
J still hear about that wonderful
, dinner at Rosman. All who ate at
that table will return to Rosman the
first opportunity. The Hendersonville
ladies had better be practicing on
their cooking if they expect to* equal
the cooking of the Woodmen Circle
? Every Woodmen should try and get
, one explication during the month of
1 May. Ask that neighbor to join your
Camp. Tell him you need hi> help and
. influence and he needs our protection
! and Fraternal benefits.
C'l mp Ft* Liar Thix Wee I:
I CI iff side Camp No. 36!) CI iff side,
| X. C., was chartered Sept. 28, 1917.
j Forty one members on roll book, one
1 death in this camp. Sovereign W. P.
i Murry died Nov. 30, 1919.
A. B. Joliy on, Financial Sec.
G. C. Rlanton, Consul Commander.
people attended the sinking at Bre
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCoy, Mack
Robinson, Mrs. Jack Smith, and
Helen Henderson, Mr. Clyde McCaU
and family attended the ball ^arae
between Lake Toxaway ball team
and Penrose team. The Toxaway
boys won 14-3.
Mrs. Gene Moore and little daugh
ter, Joretta called on Mrs. Euger.e
Mias Lillian Dodgin entertained a
number of her friends with a party
Friday night. Thow present were as
follows: Masses Jess, Willie Ray, and
Alva Fisher, Mrs. Bessie Whitmire,
and douglitor, Gladys. Misses Ruth
Thomas, Opal and Mary Dodgin, and
Mrs. Lesu Loving, Messrs. Odos, Paul
and John Lewis Fisher, Cad Whit
mire, Dolf Waldrop, Woodrow Fis
her, Fred and Medford Chapman.
Miss Annie Lyda is spending a lew
days with Mrs. Will Reid who is quite
Miss Gussie Whitmire spent Satur
day night as the guest of her cousin,
Miss Berniece Reid of Brevard.
Miss Helen Henderson was the din
ner guest of Mrs. T. C. Henderson
Mrs. Frgnk Fisher and little daug
hter, Betty Jane, of Oakland, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hpnry
Mrs. Jason McCa'.I visited Mrs.
Lcutiie Banther Friday.
Mrs. Henry Chapman and son, J.
B., visited Mrs. Rufus Owen and Mrs.
J. W. Robinson Sunday.
Mr. Cecil Robinson was a Gler.
vilie visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Walter Whitmire and Miss
Vera McCa'l of Rosman visited their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. MeCall
Mrs. A\ery Reid and children were
dinner guests of Mrs. John Ried Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Rufty, ^Ir. and
Mrs. Mich Neely, Mr. and Mrs. Jud
McCrary> of Brevard wgre Quebec
Messrs. T. C. and C. W. Henderson
made a trip to the Balsams and
Miss Elsie Miller spent Monday
night with her sister. Mrs. Welch
MUSIC PUPILS TO GIVE
BENEFIT RECITAL HERE
Miss /lattic Parker's pupils, as
sisted bv Mrs. Harry Perry's Sunday
sehonl class will give a musical re
cital Monday evening May 23, at 8
p. m. i
The prnpram will include Song and
Dance numbers by the pupils with
orchestra and string music. The
public is cordially invited to attend
the musical and it has been announced
that a silver offering will be held at
the done, for the benefit of the Wel
| to be mm am
! Of intetaat to the entire town i.<
(announcement of the plans of Dr.
| J. B. Pickelsimer to establish a horse'
.shoe court on the lot in the rear of
! his new dnig store. Dr. Pickelaimer M.
i purchased the lot ant! building at the ?
: corner of Main and News Arcade
early in the year, and recently moved
his drug store from East Main street
to the -new iocntio&tjlh rear of the
drug store, facing Trfe Brevard News
office, there is a large plot of ground
*Meh Dr. Pickcisimer proposes to
dedicate to the public to be used as
a horse shoe court. Preparation? are
now under way for placing the stakes
and s?*3embling the horse shoes,
preparatory to the beginning of the
? There are a large number of men
and young men in town who enjoy
this sport, and numerous summf f i
visitors spend hours at the horse shoe
game. The act of Dr. Pickelsimer in
donating use of this lot to the public
for pleasure of citizens and visitor*
will be appreciated by all the people
here, a j we!! as the large number of
summer visitors who enjoy the game.
DANCING WINS IN
JURY TRIAL HERE
Dancing in the Whitmire Grill
banquet room, temporarily halted by
order of th# town in forbidding such
programs, has been declared vvithir.
tho law in a jury trial held in Mayor
Ramsey's court . G. L. Lane, operator
of the Waltcrrnire Grill, instituted
dancing for his guests as an attrac
tion. This was declared illegal and
coming within the operation of public
dance halls. In the hearing Monday
morning, the jury found that the
dancing at the Grili was not in the
nature of a public dance hall.
Pat Kimzev appeared for the de
fendant, who had been warned to
cease the ijances last week. Another
dance was given Saturday night, Mr.
Lane cited to the mayor's court, with
the result above given.
There is a town ordinance against
operation of public dance halls and
public dances. The jury found, how
ever, that dancing in the banquet
hall of the Waltermire Grill does not
come under the heading of public
dance hall, as no charge is made for
the dancing. -
It is?said that another well known
place is preparing to open a private
room in connection with the restau
rant, where dancing may be enjoyed
by patrons of the place.
Judson McCrary and wife to G. H.
Paxton and wife.
MADE-IN-NORTH CAROLINA WEEK MAY 16 TO MAY 21
Above is a view of the gigantic fib? ? plant of the Champion Fibre Company, located at Canton, N. C.
Cotton Content Bond Paper
Reprint l'rn.n Asheville Times,
National cotton week begins next
Monday. The plan is to help cotton
growers And the most important
problem is to find new uses for eoi
Messrs. Cottsehaldt ? Humphrey, ol
Atlanta, inf;::in the writer that great
progress has been made in the man
ai'aKurt of "bond paper" of high
giv.de. containing 25 per cent, of cot
ton fibre. This bond pa pell beauti
ful in quality, is now made it Canton,
N. (J., nt a iow price.
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CANTON, NORTH CAROLINA