TRANSYLVANIA—‘THE LAND OF WATERFALLS”—2^39 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL
BXPONENT OF TRAN
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922
Writer Explains V^alue And Urge*
A Grand County
Editor of the Brevard News:
We wish to show some of the bene
fits to be derived by the people of
Transylvania county from our hav-;
ing an annual county fair.
In the first place it will prove to
ke a great social occasion for our peo
pie in affording them an opportunity !
<once a year to meet together for a '
day of rest and recreation among I
their friends of the different sec-1
tions of the comity. ]
When one has toiled on the farm j
or in the work shop through the
whole year until late in the Autumn I
it is a benediction to get away from '
the daily grind and spend a few,
days in company with our friends, j
talking oT«r -our successes and fail-;
ures durin'g the year, and planning I
for greater success and added remu- \
neration from our labors during the ,
next year and on through the com- j
ing days 'oT our earthly existence.
There Is too much isolation among
OUT rural population, and it is tv j
splendid idea to arrange fox our peo
ple tt> meet together once a year,
if only for the social feature connect
ed wltli the occasion.
But there is a financial advants.'ge
to be gained from this ainnial fair
that cannot be derived in any other
When we bring together once a
y0ar 'our best horses and cattle, our
1>est 'hogs and .sheep, our finest tur- ;
keys and chickens, it creates a rival
ry 'among our stock and poultry rnis- ;
ers, and they go to work with the
desire and determination * to be the
Vimier at the next fan* if it be pos
sible for them to outdo their neigh-
Iroro. If the farmers Ijring the be?t
“Com. the largest pumpkins, melons,
turnips, and finest alfalfa, soy beans, i
crimson clover, vetcli and the ^^mall
grains and grasses; if some_one .^hows
tlie biggest cabbage, tlie finest to
matoes, the best irisTi potatoes and
tsv/eet potatoes, it xiauso/; the one
who falls behind his Treigliboi to work j
with a determined resolution not co j
l)e outdone next year. i
When a sturdy old farmer v-;-.i
to the fair the bigcest rosy-c"' 1 (
Tipple, the most delicious peac
finest bunch of lucious grapes, it will i
cause the others wlro are presc '" ■ ,
?ay: “Surely I can do as well ''v -1
ing fine fruits as that bid man iias 1
When our ladies exliibit the fin'’<!t j
h)af, the best jelFres and he'
srreatest variety of canne'd fruits
artistically arranged, the handsome>t
■needle work and crucheting, the iov-.
Hest ouilts, the daintiest pillow case?
•and shams, and all the other orna- i
mental and useful articles which they
are continually malcing;—^I say when
all these things are shown at o’lr
county fairs, it will cause n friendly
rivalry among our lady friends vbnt.
will add pleasure and profit to the
peonle of our county.
Everv thing that can be done o
cause the people •of Transylvania
countv to grow more and bott^r
‘s^onpojd TRfpiBS pXTB lUURJ
. thing that will add to the tive stock in |
dustry and to fruit prawing upon an ;
extensive and scientific scale, all that ■
Avill help our lady friends to learn i
■more of the art of covlting, canning,;
preserving and the variou other do- i
mestic duties in which tliey are -?ngag
ed will add to the wealtli of our peo- ;
plo and -’ounty. ]
In addition to the social an<i fi- |
pancial advantages to be derived ;
from our having a countv fair, there '
is a moral benefit which will /^'von- ]
tiTally take place as a result of our i
added happiness an^^ wealth. VvI-tt. !
our farms are brought irp to be the
r’srht state of fertility as a result of j
the lessons we learn from eacli Tjlher ;
our annual fairs, when our coves
ar^’ mountain sides are velveted
with clover, orchard grass, blue "rass !
and thp other meadow grasses to j
"ivh’c'h they are naturally adapted !
and upon whose green carpet arc '
countVss herds of horses and mules,
cows, hogs and sheep, when our hijth
rvonntain tops are studded with ap-
-)1e, peach and pear trees upon which
hang in countless numbers the rich,
.^licy fruits for which Western North
Carolina is noted—I say when this
happy ideal shall have taken place,
ns a result of our Transylvania coun-
tv fair, our people will be so con
tented and happy there will be no
desire of our boys and girls to leave
*he old homes and wander oflF into
fmmorality and sin. There will be
TTo hiding places for the ‘blind tiger’
no relish for the ‘bootlegging’
business. So*we see that from a
moral standnoint, it behooves us to
put forth all our energy and enthu-
fiasm possible to make our fair a
The last and greatest benefit to
br» derived by the people of Transyl
vania on account of our having a
county fair is a religious one. When
a people are so engaged in toil day
’n and day out, from week end to
v.'cek end through the whole year in
order to eke out a mere existence
when it takes all the time to make
a living and no time can be found
*0 read good books or to study the
Sunday, school lessons and the Bible,
when the time is entirely taken up in
work from early Monday morning
until late Saturday night, our people
will then spend their Sundays in rest
A GREAT PRIMARY
The Democratic primary of last
Saturday i^ll be remembered in
Transylvania for many years as
being remarkable not only for the
great interest taken, but for the gen- '
eral friendly feeling among the can- :
didates themselves. i
The day was remarkable for the
steady but quiet stream of voters'
who dropped their tickets in the box- j
es for their favorite candidates. '
The following were elected: Cos
Paxton, sheriff; N, A, Miller, clerk !
and tax collector; W. H. Duckworth, i
representative; Ed. Patton, Jr.,'
treasurer; J, Frank Morgan, register ■
of deeds; county commissioners,'
George Lyday, T. S. Galloway, W.
There were no hard feelings or i
personalities indulged in by any of
the candidates and it is said the De
mocratic part^ has one of the strong
est tickets ever put into the field.
Owing to some irregularities the
race for the senate was undecided.
For State Senate votes cast were
J. M. Zachary, Boyd Township ., ID
J. M. Zachary, Brevard township 303
J. M, Zachary, Catheys Creek
J. M. Zachary, Dunns Rock
J. M. Zachary, Eastatoe town
J. M. Zachary East Pork town
J. M. Zachary, Gloucester, town
J. M. Zachary, Hogback town
J. M. Zachaiy, Littie Hiver i!Own-
J. M. Zachary, Bosnian town
THE PRAYER CORNER
. “We are accustomed,” says Sir
W. 9. Gowers in “The Quarterly Re
view,” “to talk of recreation without
discerning how much the word ini-
Raleigh, N. C., June 5.—Chairman
Tom Lee for the third time becomes ^
the democratic candidate for Cor-1 plies.* it means
poration Commissioner. The Demo- j ’ “Making Again”
cracy of the State let it be known which work hath undone, or
on Saturday that it wanted six years rather facilitating the marvelous re-
more of Lee and the choice will be cuperative power of life.
ratified by the people at the Novem
ber election. Mr. Lee received the
news of his victory at hi^ old home
in Waynesville to which place he
went to cast his ballot in the primary.
Rest and recreation are the anti
dotes of fatigue; but recreation
should be such as to deserve the
It does not replace rest, but pro-
GRADUATING EXERCISES AT
NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
Of course he was pleased ' perly employed aids its influence,
endorsement^ of his record as Com- value is grea*^ in proportion as
missioner, after the attars upon it involves a thorough change in the
from various sources The opposi-' ^f nerve activity. But it - - * . ^
tion started late, but made a fight should alway, be remembered that 1 to them at the evening Service Sun
that was fast and furious. The offi- j recreation is possible if that which day.
cial conduct of Mr. Lee wag attack- jg designated simply replaces
The evening service at the Baptist
church on next Sunday night will
be in the nature of graduating exer
cises to the members of the Teacher’s
Training Class of the Sunday school
who have completed the work re
quired for a normal diploma. For
several months this school has had
a class of this kind taught by Mrs.
Chas. C. Smith, and six of the mem
bers have met the requirements for
a diploma, and they will be presented
ed from every angle. He was charg
ed with rate increases of every con
ceivable character, high taxes, cor
poration leanings and sympathy with
all corporate limits as against the
“ninety and nine.” But he came out
with flying color.3 and is ready for
the “general engagement” which “fol
low# in the wake.”
The vote was not as large a^ vhe
political prognosticators figured that
it would be. This is accounted :’or
in the failure of many counties to
make nominations for local offices at
one form of fatigue by another form.
Many a holiday is rendered useless
by such disregard of the dictates of
that rare practical wisdom to which,
as if in wrong, we apply the desig
• This is the decisive test of
Does it “re-create?” Does one comc
from it with rested nerves, fresh en
thusiasm for work, new joy in life
restored fellowship with men, and
a spirit was ied clean for converse
Total votes <^ast for Zacliary . . '729
T, Voleman Gtilloway',
Coleman GaThiway, Boyd town
ship - 35 j
T. Coleman GTilloway, 'Brevard |
townsliip .. 479 j
T. ColeTnan GaToway., Tiedar Mt
township . . . 2 I
T. ColemaTi Gnlloway, CathejTi i
Creek township - T j
T. Coleman G-aHov-'ay, Dunn«
Roclc township - So I
T. Coleman G-allowav, Easta^'op !
ttrwnsliip _ - • • !
T. CoiemanGallow^i-.- ‘ i
tcwnshir* .... 5 j
ri-allowaj. Gloucester ,
lv,'wn''hrp .. 1
T, ’ Grllo\\'ay, Hogback *
towT.slirp .... 11.4 i
T. Coleman "Galloway, Little "River [
township , 23 j
T, Co’ema'i Galloway, Rosman |
Iw'wnsh'rp 29 •
precise oooosite of all this, a r^alse
rccreation, v/ill bring about,
“ A Prayer”
O ’- "j^Tr God, Thou hn.S^ bid-
i '1' in .ny IIj)ly Word “Whether
" - u r ■’•'nk or ■whai’-^or
0. o aM to Thy glory. He’p •
th' 1 tc engage in our recreatio'^
H view to Thy glory. Ma" we
.-rvpr seDarate it even in i-^^a r'ror**
Thee, but, bring it witliin the rjreac
scone of Thy service.
Grant that our period-, of :•''?!—-
tion may have a religioui si"n'^i
cance and a relicious vp’m'*- -r'-'-r
a means of religious im-^rovomcil
and of pro.eress in the sp’ritual ’’■'e,
whose la-\v is propre's.
Ohl let recreation, '’'j ns
business, wli'>>>tlier i^ be without '-he
home or witlirn it, be >50 ordered .'x?
to fnrVh<'r instop.d intc^moting o't
communion wiMi Thee. Teach us i:o
tuTP it 'r*o fi”e eo’d of tho
by the of <^ur intention 'n ia’^-
5^. .>nd ofrer it unto Thee ir
nn’on ^if "^hy fon’s merits and
n-~c;on In His blessed name, we
aBli it, Amsjn.
C, D. C.
Total votes caSt for Galhrway 749}
According to the returns. T. Cole-1
man “Gallowav received twent” vo^pr |
more tlian his oppanent, 1. M. .Za-1
CHIEF GAT-Lt5WXY 15DFFERS
- PAINFUL TTfJURY
Chief Galloway was struck by an
automobile driven T>y Blanton Mit-
ch''1 un last Saturday.
Mr. Galloway wus hurrvinr to ^
<^-^oss the road in 'front of th“ Court j
Houst and did not see the car com
While no i?efious'Tnjurv wa*i report
at th'' pame time his right lee
re-’eived Isad liruises and was very
Mr. 'Gallowirv. when nickef^ aiu aft<>r
fhe accident *t)ok a very humorous
rlt?'.v ■of the siluation by asking how
hrdly the car was damaged. How-
'f'TpT, hp is out t>n the streets again
with aid of erxrtches., >
CITY TO BUILD "SIDEWALKS
TTie town council wTll immediately
-tart repairing, liiulding and improv
ing the sidewalks osver the town, it
The present 'council ha» decreas
ed the heavy del)t thait was inherited.
Be-sides paying off bonds and ulH in-
'’obtpdness, the Tity fiffhers have
bought a new fire truck, built ncv'
water mains, put In new sewers nnd
irenerallv improved the town. The
town will furnish a dray for the carry
ing off of all trasli once a month to
any citizen beginning in the near
and sleep in order to try to regain
the physical strength -necessary for
the daily grind of another week-,
and, ag a result , no time is .given
to religious study or thouglit, and
our spiritual lives are diwarted and
we do not get the spiritual nourish
ment that is necessary for the good
of the soul.
So we see that if our fairs cause
Us to have more happiness and en
joyment from a social standpoiM;
enables us to live in greater comfwt
and ease on account of our hav^g
more of the necessities of life; if,
on account of this added^ happiness
and wealth our boys and girls remain
in the good homes of our Transylva
nia people and grow up to be moral
upright citizens; and if we employ
better pastors, better teachers for
our day schools and our Sunday
schools on account of our having the
added wealth necessary to carry on
this good work, we see readily it is
to the ihterest of every forward-
looking, progressive citizen of our
good county to put his or her should ■
er to the wheel and make our county
fair a success from every standpoint.
W. B. HENDERSON
this time Thirty-seven counties jre ' (jod? AU this in different mea-
excepted from the provisions of the , recreaUon will effect. The
State-Wide primary law relative to
nominations for county fifices and
the vote on Saturday in particularly
all of these was very small. It VS.3
really too much to expect of 1 nan
or w'oman living long distanc*^.? : vc ;
the polling places to quit h :ir xr fc
and go out to express ■'.h *’r vt;‘ :-v-
ence between tw^o democrat? :.\nr 'rjn<-
office of Corpor.ni 'on Cirrrr' I^.
takes a lively scr'^n ^^r G' /or"./:- .0
“get the nar'” fo\kr ’ n
the coU'n*T''» •’i=:'r‘'.‘t‘f. And in he
towns, an'' rife-, ’^at
i' 11'^ ■" I'*"' .n v.?r'* <ii^?er«^nt
-‘n vf -' On t’Ke total vcte c.ist
" n '^'?rht .counties
er Lee Dt n ' J 000, although
/ v- ’-3ve not .*xban-
bf'!?!'ed retorns coun-
tcr-'' ■'T' x'"'."'' arts.
rr>'i~v'."'r r;n Pou received ibout
*nc^ c ’nt of the vote cast :^or
the Fourth District over
rson; Chas, L. .A.bernp*hv
th^ Third District, ■\vlth Matt
H AlVn Second, A second contest
will be lietween the«e +wp. T+ vp.s
a “run away** for Ralnh R, Fisher,
repuViican, in the Tenth District, Dr.
Pegram having trailed £lie Transylva- .
nia man by several hundred ajcord-
ing to reports, reaching Ralei.-rh.
Exceodin"ly c’oso contests ar»> vo-
ported from a nnmbr'of judicial dis
tricts. Judge Cranisfer appears to
have defeated R. G. Grady in .he
EieTi+l"! District; N. A, Sinclair ■A"'ns
over TI. X. ‘Cook in the Ninth; -ludsrrt
<^eor<re Connor is renomi'nated in
the Second', Henry A. Grady and H..
L. "Stevons lead in the Sixth :!or h '
M’drpsnip made v'^ant by the retirrfl
of Utidg'^ 'Oliver H. Allen and a : e-
coml primary will be necessary.
^rock and Btnck rupporters arp c’nim
ing Victory in the Thirteentlj Dis
trict. with Judge "Brock slightly ’n
Few npininations were made
r.oli^;itor in the first primary. ?o1i-
ritoT Na'Oi is eliminated in the Thir-
tecmtli, tTre yecond race to be between
rhriHnps'and Russell. Solic'tor Wal
ter Sflor is defeated in the Fourth by
C. "L. Williams. Thig is one of ,;he
s-arprises of the primary. Another
♦^he renmrkable strength developed
bv W. F. Evans of Raleigh in xlie Se-
ventli, wTro lias a lead of 300 over
John W. Hinsdale, the second high
est in the race. Snrn?ll of. David
son wins in th« TweHh and Porter
Graves in the Eleventh. No def’’n'*t''
reports liave l)een received '“rom
di'^tricts, except Fourteen >1
which tlie lionor goes to John G.
Carpenter, -of Gaston.
There are six persons who will re
ceive diplomas, and this will be the
first class that this school has .gra
duated, tho'there are several other
members of the school who hold nor
mal diplomas. The following are the
graduates: Mrs. A. E. Hampton, Mrs.
A. C. Garren, Miss Louise Townsend;
Miss Lillian King, Miss Myrtle Bar
nette, and Miss Geneva Neil.
In addition to these there are a
number who completed the first
course toward a diploma in the train
ing school recently conducted by Rev
J. J, Gentry, and who successfully
•stood the examination, and who are
entitled to certificates, which will
also be presented on Sunday evening,
.Those who will receive certificates
are as follows: Misses Dora Hog:ned,
Nora Lee Hogsed, Bezzie Brachsr,
Ruth Bracken, Ruby Faulkner. E%’c,
Long, Myrtle Garren, Mrs. 0. L. Orr.
Mrs. C, W. Pickelsimer; Messrs S
C, Yates, A. E, Hampton, W, S.
Pr Ice, .Jr., L. P. Hamlin, and Warren
T>'e public generally i<s cordially
ir* ited to this service. The pastor
will deliver an address appropriate
■ ) vhe occasion.
Considerable Buildinc and New Ad
ditions Goinf on at This
The "fhi” is raging in this .jCttlt;-
Miss Sussip Jordan was a Brevard
Mrs I eonard Station visited Mrs.
T. T>. Gallo'"'ay lastvjveek.
Born to Mr. »nd Mr^. Louis'’ GiJ.
les’^io on Mav 3^, a son, Roy F,dear.
Mrs. Lee R. Fsher was a Calvert
Misses Maxie Glazener and TVIa^’-
vi''i+ed Ruby Galoway
Rubv Gallowav snent Monday
an ’ Tnc jdav in Brevard,
T. P. Ga’^oWav was in Brevard
on bnsin''«s Thursday.
Mrs. Thomas Jordan spent la«t
week with her brother, Clate Dsteen
DEATH OF SAMUEL TINSLEY
rOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETS
W. O. W. MEMORIAL
Sunday June 11. P, M,, Balsam
C«mp will Tiold memorial and an
niversary service nt the Methodist
church to honor the memory of the
following deceased Woodmen: J. W,
McMinn, W, W, Zachary, Walter
Whitmire. Johnnie Heath and L, N,
.All members of Woodmen order
will meet in Lodge room with flowers
by 2:30 P, M, and march in body to
church. After church services the
flowers will be carried to graves and
placed on same.
A cordial invitation is. extended to
all friends of these deceased Wood
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my friends who
supported me so staunchly in the De
mocratic Primary, June 3. It was
a good, clean family argument and
we made a great race.
The Democratic voters decided for
that staunch veteran7 Cos Paxton,
and no better man could be our
nominee. I bespeak the support and
influence of everyone who voted for
me to pull off their coat.^ and line
up for the Democratic ticket, which
is sure to win in the fall election.
ED, P. GILLESPIE
Miss Polly Hart of Grange has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. B. Summey, for the past week.
The regular monthb'^ meetin" of
the e'tv council was held on Mon
day^ June 5.
A rpport of the progress, etc., of
the -ev towp lake was made bv Mr.
C. V. Yongue. The city council
agreed to help in every conceivable
v’ay to repair the roads, benches,
The report of the finan-ces. etc.,
of the town for the past year wa<=
road and approved and a vote of
(hanks for the able manner in which
the town treasurer, G. E. Lathrop,
ha-^ managed the year's budget, was
The council donated 510-00 per
tr^opth to <-he public library for three
months this summer.
Mr. Samuel J. Tinsley was born
November 29, 1831 and died April
He joined the Baptist church
when quite young and lived a con-
consistent life until quite oH. Hp
waj! twice married, first to Miss Al-
s©5 IMicholson, To this union was born
eight children. Bix are still living:
C. H. and H. Tinsle^'^ of Ander?on,
C.: N. C. Tinslev of .A.tlanta, Ga.;
H. W. Tinsley of Pickens: Mrs. Gus
Hamlin of Brevard; Mrs. Ed- Ballard
”>f Anderson eounfy. S. C.; Mrs. Co
lumbus HephTier Texas.
His spfjond marriage was to a Mm.
Ward. She died on October 13, 1921.
hav’ng lived hmpily togetlier
until death seiiaTated tfceiti,
?'r Tinsley, or Uncle Sammie. n
he v ac eommonly called, was •'i ve^er-
—> of late war. He enlisted froni
Transylvania county July 14 . 18P2.
was a private of Company K of the
''Jorl'H C*’roi’na Regiment under Cap-
^’•rn T. H. "Henson and last -nnd be?'
of nil lie so lived that wlien the fina’
rrrmmPTis came he was ready to
The writer visited liim during hi"
’a'^t illness. He said all was well
■^ith liis soul. He was cared for by
’’''ving friends and children. Ever
down to 'Old age my people shall
prove mv sovereign, eternal,* unchan-
""eable love and wlien lioary hairs
'-hall tbe’T temples adorn like lambs
they •sliall still in mv bosom be borne.
REV. W. B. JUSTUS
Good -morning kind Editor and all
of my many friends.
Aren'’t we having some awful rainy
weather? Sure is very disheartening
for the farmers.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Reid and jwo
little granchildren visited Mr. and
Mrs. Monroe Smith Sunday,
Mr, and Mrs, Bish Teague and
three children and Bish’s mother.
Mrs. J, N, Teague, spent the day with
Mrs. Sarah Beddingfield Sunday,
Walter, Della and Teval Hinkle
wont to Toxawa.v Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Lyday and
little dajae-hter, Pauline, spent the
r’ry nt the home of Mr, and Mrs. John
Hinkle last Sunday. They report
The Franklin HoteT^ is shining
a new coat of paint in colors that har
monize with the leafy verdure with
which that handsome building is sur-
sounded. The grounds also have
been cleaned up and beautified by the
setting out of ornamental trees and
, Two new filling stati6ns are near
ing completion; that of the Standard
Oil Company on Main street and J,
S. Bromfields on Caldwell which fur
nishes Texas oil.
The Shipman cottage just below
the Methodist church which was
damaged by fire several months ago
has been treated to a new roof and
The Pickelsimers are planning to
build a warehouse at the rear of the
new Pickelsimer building.
Joe Clayton is figuring on ve
neering the outside walls of the Clay
ton hotel with cement blocks and fix
ing the whole building in good shape.
The Brevard Motor Co., under the
management of Mr. Klueppelburg,.
has been orenaring for summer busi
ness in the King garage building.
Work has commenced on the new
lake at the Franklin Park. Mr. C.
C. Yongue has charge of the opera
tions and expects to be able to treat
the Brevard citizens to a bath at an
Wm. A, Band has built a handsome
retaining wall of rock faced granite
in front of his property and has
contracted fOiP a new pantry and
screened pofch at the rear of ihe
Th6 Woman’s Missionary Society
of the Methodist church is planning
the remodeling of the present Girl’o.
Dormitory.’ Mrs. McCoy has been^in
town for several days arranging for
this work and it will be comnleted
before the school opens in the falL
Work is progressing nicely on the
new Boy’s Dormitory, though many
days of valuable time were consumed
while waiting for the brick to ar
“The Bryant” house has built an
addition to the front porch and en
closed both front and back porches
with galvanized screen wire.
The Galloway house on Probarte
Avenue has been repaired and paint
ed ready for the tourist season.
“Norwood Hiousft^^ reparts mo^t ox
its rooms already engaged aad g«xii<S
prospects for a successful .year.
The new grass on the Court House
lawn is ready for the mower.
The new tennis courts begun so
auspiciously on Mrs. Zachary’s l<Jt
next to the Baptist church are iaa a
dangerous condition. The holes du^
for the posts have been left uncover
ed and any one may easily break a
limb by falliilg into one of them on
a dark night. Stagnant water covers
the lot also. ^
We are glad to learn that the Un
sightly mud around the public school
building ig to be eh'ttifffSted befdre'
school again opens. Why net ^
little further, have a “school house
day,” plant a nice lawn in front,
lay out walks and drives if on?j’»
paved with cinders. Plant flowers
and shrubbery. Beautify your school
grounds; thus making them an orna
ment to your town, a resting place
for summer tourists and train your
children to appreciate the beautiful.
KU KLUX APPEAR IN BREVARD
Other motters including sewerage, | they enjoyed 5 nice treat of trawber-
water, lights, etc,, was discussed.
Ralph Landreth spent the week
end with W. H. Hogsed.
Mr, and Mrs. H, P, Hogsed took
supper with Mrs. D, M. Holden Sun
ip. C, Fisher is on the sick list,
ColumbU'g and Tilden Holden spent
the week end with W. H. Hogsed.
William Hogsed and Gonny Hender
son t^ere guests of T. W. Brown Sa
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Carland spent
the week end with D. L. Thrift.
Charlie Lance of Rosman visited
W. H. Hogsed Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, H. P. Hogsed made
a trip to Brevard Monday.
Mrs. Josie Thrift visited Mrs. F.
P. Tinsley Friday.
Miss Vera and Nell Melton have
gone to their home in Burnettsville,
S, C,, where their parents preceeded
them seyeral weeks ago. The Misses
Melton, who are accomplished musi
cians, made many friends during
their stay in Brevard, who regret
to have them go from the community.
ry pie for dinner,
I Mr?. Margaret Head spent Sunday
; evening with Mrs. John Hinkle.
Misses Dora and Pearl Kimsey
went to Union Sunday to the sing
ing and decoration and spent a very
]|^r. Frink Holden of Glenville will
soon have all of his lumber hauled
away from here and guess he will
be glad as the heavy rains have com
pletely washed the roads away.
' Charlie Bumgarner ,Alton Hold
en spent from Friday until Sunday
I with home folks last week.
Doyle Kimsey called on John Hinkle
Miss Mae Willbanks called on Mrs.
John Hinkle Monday evening.
Mrs, S. R. Reid called to see Mrs.
John Hinkle Monday morning.
Harry Grimshawe, who has been
suffering for very long time with
a fractured ankle, is able to be about
once more without his crutches.
Wood Hinkle called to see John
Hinkle Monday evening.
Good luck ito the News and its
many readers until I come again.
Quite a number of business men
of Brevard appeared suddenly about
10 o’clock Tuesday night to disturb
the peaceful atmosphere of those
long in Dreamland by the most awful
racket ever heard this side of Helgo
land. They were seranading Mr, and
Mrs. Wm. Fetzer.
BIBLE CLASS AT BAPTIST
CHURCH TO BEGIN
Miss Louise Ashworth, who has
been in a training school for the past
eight months, has returned home
where she will remain for the sum
mer months and she feels impressed
to pass along to others some of the
splendid teaching^ of the Bible that
she. herself, has received.
Consequently, she has arranged
with the pastor of the Baptist church,
of which she is also a member, to
have a Bible class r- Sunday after
noons, This class ‘ for any person
in reach of this r rch, whether a
member of this ch’- -h or some other
or none, and a cordial invitation is
extended t^all to attend.
Miss Ashworth will t«ach along the
lines of the Holy Spirit, and every
Christian knows that thig, is a sub
ject that all should know more about.
The first class will be held on next
Sunday aftemon at 4:00 o’clock and
will meet r-'gularly each Sunday af
ternoon at that hour. Miss Ashworth
assures all that the dass will de dis
missed promptly at five o’clock, ro
that housekeepers who may attend
will have ample time in which to
get back home to arrange for sup
It is hoped that a large number
will come on next Sunday.
WE CAN SUPPLY TYPEWRITER
RIBBONS AND CARBON PAPER
Mrs. Robert Orr and children are
spending some time with relatives