' TRANSYLVANIA "OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE" NATURAL RESOURCES FOR LOCATING INDUSTRIES
EXPONENT OF TRAN
THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idependent Weekly.
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923
J. M. HAM
Carolina Timber Company Secures
Right-of-Way- and May Build
Building a railroad from rickens,
S. C, to Rodman, N. C, was agitat
ed some years ago by prominent ci
tizens of both counties, but the pro
ject never materialized. However,
it has been a train revived, as the fol
lowing shows, taken from the Green
ville News of Friday, February 2:
PICKENS, Feb. 1 Construction
of a railroad from Fickens to the
timber preserve in the upper section
of the county and possibly to Ros
man, N. C.. is considered as a strong
possibility in view of the recent right
of way privileges which have been
obtained by the Carolina Timber com
pany or allied interests.
A representative of this company
or similar interests was here from
Chicago recently spendin.tr- several
days in the upper section of the
county, exaiuiniii.tr routes which have
been surveyed and making other
plans which are believed to indicate
the early starting of work on this
Willi,, 'routes have been surveyed
from Pickens, Central, Calhoun and
Walhalla. local citir.ens believe Tick
ens will be selected in the event the
railroad is built. The Carolina Tim
ber company lias large holdings in
the upper section of thL. county and
it is to penetrate this virgin country,
largely, that the railroad is proposed.
Whether or not the line, if built, will
be extended into North Carolina to
connect with other lines at Rosman
remains to be seen, but it is general
!v believed he'-, that this will be
done in time.
The securing of th- right of way
from Pickens to the point where
The kind of the Carolina Timber
Company begins is taken as a final
step in tin1 preliminaries for the con
struction of the railroad. .Men who
are connected with the timber com
pany or allied interest;- and make ih'm
town their home could not be see;:
this morning, being in other cities on
!.!. m---a However, the gradual wen;
in.tr cut of the plans, which has in
cluded tlie survevimr of several
loutes and tlie sccurin.tr of the rights j
of way :s a matter of gratification I
';:. .-.ily an,! is believed to h..m cor;- 1
: id ruble significance.
WELL-KNOWN AVIATOR MAKES
HIS FOURTH TRANSCONTINEN
Mr. M. A. C. Johnson, who spent
veral days in Brevard last summer
v. ith his aeroplane, the Flapper. ha
,iu: t returned from a flight from At
lanta., fin., to Harltown, Mont., where
he we::: to pav his people a visit.
Thi; is Mr. Johnson's fourth trans-
rti.rht b,.r lie ,ul "For
m... 'i..,;al ,'n.dl,H 1,, tb'e var-
1 . t 1 1 1 t
n tv that I had when I made tins last
janmo from Three Forks. Mont., to
Scattb ." It was while cros- ing the
Rockv Mts. that his variety of thrills
He had the exoerience of fly- j
( . ' , : . e .
ing in a combination of weather con-
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i!:tioi:.-: raging irorn a ciouuiess oiue
'-; 'o rain, snow to a freezing tent-i
, . - ,, .
r-t :: tuiv. But m spite of all the-e
difficulties against him, he ami his
Flannel- made their trip safely
FORD AGENCY HAS NEW LOCAL
The Lowe Motor Company has
op ned for business in the Aethelwold
Hatti's old dining room on Broad
The new personnel of the com
pany will be composed of C. II. Kluep
pelberg of Brevard: C. L. Farrell, J.
G. Lowe, C. E. Lowe of Kannapolis,
The firm, in adition to operating
a general automobile garage, will be
the authorized Ford agent for Ford
part-, the famous Franklin Motor
Cars, Fordson Tractors, trucks, se
dans, coupe, touring cars, runabouts,
An extra large shipment of all
the above is now on the. road and with
these new additional live wire auto
mobile experienced business men,
there can be no doubt of the new
firm's doing a splendid business and
will be one of Brevard's leading
Windsor Baptist Church Wants Local
Pastor Not Decided
Rev. ("has. C. Smith, local pastor
of the Brevard Baptist church has
received a call from the congregation
of the Windsor Baptist church of
Windsor. N. C.
Mr. Smith notified the local church
officials on last Tuesday night, but
pointed out that he has made no de
cision as yet.
The call was extended on Sunday,
January 21, without any previous
correspondence between pastor Smith
and those wanting him. The com
mittee simply notifying him and say
ing that their investigations of him
were so satisfactory fiom their point
of view that they did not even ask
him to visit the church.
Mr. Smith left Thursday for Wind
sor to learn of the new field and
will make known his decision short
ly after his return home. He will
be gone a week or ten days.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, not only of his own denomi
nation, but from every walk of life
in this community would be exeeed-
kiglv grieved to have them leave j minds of many, touching the actual
Brevard. status of the financial affairs of the
Mr. Smiih is progressive, yet con-j state, but the matter wa- not vie we 1
;. rvative. a strong Baptist preacher i with alarm and no visible amour.; of
ar,,; luls a lovable and ernest person- concern war manifist in legislative
ality that has earned for him the j circles.
title of "The Live-Wire Preacher."' However, tlu- situation took -n a
He has been in Brevard for about I more serious aspect when Corpora
two years and has made many strong : tion Commissioner Maxwell gave to
and stubstantial friends and brought the press ,,n Friday the results of a
many to Ch.is. and his flock, ! recent study of revenue receipts and
For the na-t year pa-tor Smith has j operating expenses showing that the
written faithfully every week for the ''"a to. according to his findings, has
Brevtrd New. "Our Weekly Sermon" 11 U'h-it "r !iVl' milium dollar.-. Gov.
and wo are in a position to know Morrien wa- i.rst to ,ake notice
that the.,, sermons are relished and of tlu' M;lxw('!1 contention in ;; mm -looked
forward to every wee!; bv our'i'-" v'";iv 11,1,1 in lin address before A a
nutrv sub scr.' "s There has been
. on-idcrable y -bli.-itv .eivon to the '
many acti iiie-- of Mr. Smith by for
eign d;;dv par m. shoving that lm-
t.n a; wni'K a;.. :.:g us r.as tei n w
cognir.ml r.o; i.;dv by ';!;e local foil;;
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l ii; b-,- ;!-.e ou'dd" -vorld as well. i
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K mot;;. I oe (!i.-courag!:mr j v.aiiy .
to :l: VC the ; .;.. tn- leave- ;t Would 00
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ib . ;.): s great lo-s and mdsor s
IO CCIx'STRUCT BEAUTIFUL ;
LAKE AT BLANTYRF.
,.amyre i:Kciy io us J-c.ic w
,. , T,, , -n ' task as.Mcoeci ;,, C:.-n ;o.lav.
.According to repoias Bla.ntyre will :
witness icon the construction of ;m Thv unexpected exit of Col. A. D.
large lake, surrounded by beautiful j Watts as State Commission; r of Re
scenery and attractive sites "or the 1 venue set Raleigh and tin State 0:1
summer visitor. It is reported that ! cars last Monday, The n-ignatit,,;
.Mr. and Mis. J. F. Baldwin have pur-' V'':l st'nt Governor Morrison on
chased the old rtate farm and intend ' Monday afimm'on an 1 three h-.-ur-
connecting this tract with their al-;
:a auy large Itolmngs and witii u-
Uidc capital construct a beautiful
p. whh-h will b" one of the mo-'
-'vC, UIU!I uul u (1 UA '-.v.. .
: b-turesque settings in tins ar1
t'ne .-tate. There will b(. several hun
dred, acre:' i 1 the development and
t'-.e whole property will b;
access to me ranroaa .it ijiantyre
.tation of the Toxawav bran.ch.
.1 1 l.i Tt 1
This lake rite has been known to
1 . . . ,
. exml i o'- : ome time and engineers de-
re it to be flna of the best in the
mountain sccGors as it offers rot only
a considerable basin for a lake, but
;:;e attractiveness of the lay of the
land, the views, springs and accessi
bility all combining to make it an at
tractive site for development. Just
wiien work is to start on the dam is
mat known, butt it is said that same
will commence shortly. This will be
one of tv.o beautiful lakes construct
ed in the county this year. Mr. B.
F. Toms is now rebuilding the Osceo
la lake dam which, when completed,
will raise the water several feet
lie old limit and. 'jreat!
'mnce that property. Hendcr:- onville
For January, l!'2ot
-f :en dance. Audit 310
VCendancc, Junior 79
' dvlt books in tirctik'it -on .... 407
funior books in circulation . . . otl
Books given , 11
MRS. J. W. SMITH, Librarian
RALEIGH, N. C, February f. .
The fifth week of the General As-j
ti r 1 ,. i ...;, i
5-emblv of 192? presented surprises j
and excitement entirely unexpected
and with which the members them-
selves had naught to do, chiefs actors
. 1 i ir 1 ... I'nr.
ill ine OUls (.aiming m.in;.: ..:... v
poration Commissioner A. J. Maxwell
and Governor Morrison.
In his message to the General As
sembly the Governor had represent
ed that "the revenue account will
show the largest surplus, when credit
ed with the railroad taxes which have
not yet been paid, and the income
taxes for this year, which could not
be computed and collected until after
the end of the year, in the history of
th0 State." This surplus, he claim
ed, would reach the handsome sum
of $2,500,000 and recommendations
of the Budget Commission were fig
ured on that basis.
Two weeks ago printed reports of
the State Treasurer were placed on
the desks of the membe r.- who were
surprised to find the statement that
this General Assembly is faced with
an apparent deficit of more than a
million eight hundred thousand dol
lars. This raised a question in the
int-Assembly on Friday .r.ori.iar
wasted the ''-.rporaiion Com
el." F.dlu.v::: .-
er io a .are-;,
the outl.ur.-t of
.iOli;i-rt" enwam v. ; ; a ;:-s a ; ; ca : ; ; ; i s.
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I fuli irv; a m:.; 'c of the St;
nances to de; rmi:m wiim.h-r tiiere
is a balance f : v. o and a h:.!f mil-
iie.HA'vtl at tile on mintr - ; n,-. s. .-...i ;.
' o i a oeu . i ; o ; . , . e ; : . i i i : o a . as co . : -
tended by Coma
I wno is sta:; v.v.v yiU.reiy .;; caicu
I lations has.- ! the - tau n:i i.t ; f
tv. Sate T.. ..- T Hv, .
lioil H t) !);. ty..(.,.t ; ,,, a ,;)v.,;.;
coi'.vr.iiK c:i;,:;M-f:i i our mma-
n,,rs ((f tl1( s( ....
of the iliai--'. wiio m.mrei unoa t!:a
i Governo'- I.nf i? A D
-. -..-:. 00 a.is
j named as d:e successor of Commis-
: loner ;u. -. r.aa t-r ma.v t.e '
Uatls "lV::": ;1 !l!;v uevenue ( om- !
nnssioner, and hi administration "
t hm !iis:m -.-, : m- ST
i - e.'i iiie Mat,, cannot Im
v !t -c.ao. ..,
. l"a- , "" " l""-'tl' '"
rror Lougnton assu.m chan ge
the Revenue Department on Tims-
day and is hauling its aifairs like
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jied a.s i-- (bgA rnor Doughto:: in thi '-
tighlv ;mt: ortant nositi:n.
The amended h;ghvay lull en coun-
tared only slight opposition in the 1
It is the o::iv import
mce tne se :'n sinrtea. Otners ar,,
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"on the wav a- the 'Avorkntg davs
beginning of the :
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stxtn weeK. mere is tone more wort:
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CARD OF THAN ICS
- '. South needed more than its youth
We v.; -a to express our apprecia- could render. The bone and sinew
tion for the kindness and sympathy of the land was called. With patriot
shown by our friends and neighbors -m burning in the heart, husbands
luring the illness and death of our and fathers left their homes and loved
husband and father, Mr. John Glenn, one y.itii teafu! eyes to do their bit
ami cspem'aby for the beautiful floral for the country's cause. Thus the
offering of the local Methodist church companies of (.'apt. Neil and Capt.
Ti -sionary Society. Henson were formed and entered the
MRS. GLENN AND CHILDREN r,2nd and 65th Regiments. The en-
listing went on to the figures 'of six
'Jr. tp;. hum! of Waterfalls" (.Continued on R:ga Seven)
1 member vividly the bright May j
''"-V that gave birth to Transylvania!
county. Ihe stranfost. thins' about I
i jt js t) ret.onciU. mvst.lf to the fa,.t
, lhat ... Wk (;;, y(.ars
j;) h( a; counting the lontr
train of events forces consent. The
place was the Davidson River camp
ground, the most central and best
equipped place for public gatherings.
Tire surrounding land with this tem
porary encumbrance was owned by
Maj. Samuel Wilson. His two daugh
ters married (Rev.) E. Allison and L.
G. Siniard, into whose hands the land
passed and upon which both raised
families. C. M. Siniard and S. F. Al
lison, sons, have also raised families
and the former is a grandfather. All
this did not. happen in a day; never
theless, I remember the day.
to Ueep m toucn wu;i e..
It seems everybody was present, j tht.,v j w.,nt to suh.-cril- to the News,
old men and their sons. The whole .j(.u..tl ,H.n,.j nu. x)lv iX :t thm-e 1- - .
encampment was filled with men and j Jf yOU liavc. them, and the su'o.-ciii-herses
were tethered in the surround- j f()). 0., V(,.;. an,i wiu .v.aii you
ing forest. It was a jubilant day J a' e'heel-; uoon' recei'pt. Vou may .,ad
manufestmg itself in warm hand- Lh(. ?ia,., r t0 th(. ai)0Ve nddve--.-'.
.' hakes and a plea.-ant expression on , . .UK (-
, - . . ,1 am now working with '.lie ...o-
the t;me of everybody. 1-or twenty ,. , T - -.. . ....
, . , . . ' lma Bower and Light ( o. a...i ..
yiars the peo:!.- am, a unit had been! , , ,
. . , - ; the work and the company mo . . .'
working assmuou-! for a new coun- ! . . ,,
, , , company is nrogrgsmg ;tr. m.
tv. and the ua.lv na i come to eulo- ' , . ... : i
1 .; 1 a'U t" losing an ai ..(!.
J.' i; the tl ium;h. ''"'', , t. i
m;d;en from the Imv-'.ni ermg m e.- l.
Tlie organisation of :!,e county ; h .tra,.;. ;.s being a vm-y oo '
was in the hands of the justices of ;il-Hm. shows that peop:-. fron.
the peace and the non-officials had i ,,;h(,r noticing the pi'oures
but little to do than to if roup tog - f .,,.tjl Carolina.. I'robab'.y you
ther. talk of nun and measures lead- ; Vi, ;f ..ri :Miy but 1 v.::! mt i
mg- to tins red letter day and a s( a- n anVwav.
son of goc 1 feelings; however, tile, . ,,,.... ,v ; ,g ., ,,,ar
last was marred by the lingering echo ! . aM ; V.,.,;.,-.
i ioe ;;i!i;; on rori urapter, con-'
.-'rued as an ill omer. for peace.
'i lu youn;:' men had, no doubt,
came torn tiler for a deficit, pum.o.-..
o'.;:.;m;! and known, but by timm
; ivma Tiieir absence from tin
g sound KeT.ied to be unnoticed until
about two oYmtl; m. tig. afteinooi.
v.' he:; hey rm: mmmco .i.ai.a! up,
the , i- i,; ,,' rN.
j oa . mma,m.! from 1 he ;; , -mamm'. .
rr.euutains. ii .a rym iy 1;;;( v,- i; ho;;
say:, eg the .airpo-e. Soon the eya-
va tion v a :; ; :a:e. t ;.a 1 a a . pa; i,.
""'lit posifio 1 fc-r i;o;m ; ;;!! i;..n 1
!;ui:m. th.- n-ie beman 10 ri- - slov.a,
n:ov:r.g ;- an a ;m !e ,.f .. .", d.--rei -.
After lorn; lifting ami pushing and
'jvoc.iuous ur'rir.g, t:;e lade remained
i" .-us;-e:me. The ;!om;a .,!' die ;;i-g
01 st eme ! .0 '. : " i,: ,-k-' ar :
mo'ce ; l;o s. aomi t rial. ' Fmiia
strength was apparent. By ;ha; ;:,m
a largo so;, geme'e of
i'ignarg, nto-e ,,;;:
o m '
at tha- po,;;t began to ! a ! "tite i au '
is lost." At tins moment of dc-pc-i-tion,
paradoxical as it may be, a .i.a.;
C feet b ::nh
out a pound of surplus fmsh, an avow
ed ( nemy of seces.-ion, stepped out
of die imlmmmt ;a.ni-:s and rushed to
the rescue and piacv.l a:r.- ham! ! -
jncnes n.gmr; tr.e pole went m wi;a
I a thu. He mmve 1 hmmelf tha g,o I
imamntan of tlm hour.
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rth place of the county and with its
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alia 01 c. linings the arst secession
j !!a.: ,.f lhl. v.,rt
a hey was unfurled t'0
jlett aloft ami as i. proudly waf f ed
j in the brecsm- ;-.bove; around ami bo-
'"dov; were bared head.-, wan ing hats, 1
of . , , , .
' geuunecuotis a nd mud l:u::::as. in1
;:- V" . ' .
mm n.ow najhiy youtntui group were
those of hi.rh ideals of moral worib..
lobars of the future, tne strc-.gin.
i l' e"1--- i 'e er i lie nu.i.) ana
t"-' Soutn. in -he b;rd year of tr.a
county's age not a corporal's guar
of them may be found.
In a few wi ek- the -a- young men I lie married Miss Fannie I
.nlisled in Coir. mm v "K" of the 20th I sarvwa . him aft'-r ' m
1 Ili'.nnoil n i1 e.iT-, n't' -to 1 -., t'i-oia
i in ouick succam :on companions ..'ere
r 1 - -T
lormea !jv 0 aptams Gillespie. Harris,
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. xjcaxer aim ciauov.ay. and mustered
1 into other regiments and, besides
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j many individually entered other coni-
mauds until not a young man capable
j of military service duty was left.
! Not only so but the cause of the
Says He Likes Raleigh And Is En
thusiastic Over North
407 North Blount Street
Raleigh, N. C.
February 2, i;2M
How are you getting along with
your work these days? Hone t vcry
hintr i.' progressing nicely, mm that
busbies; thi. year will b" a great
deal better than it has .-v. b. ( .:. I
am now living in Raleigh and think
I will be here for some time, pro
bably indefinitely. North Carolina
is progressing so nicely that it
would be a shame to b-a. now. I
like all parts of North Carol
cluding old Brevard and am always
thinking of the folks there. In r-b-r
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. ; h paper soo ; 1 . 1
Vi rv truly am.r-.
WAI.TKi: D "tAMr'i'GN'
'. Y 5 T t
AMERICAN LEGION HOYS
( ;j i-'ria; V l-rttary 2. at th-- 1
; !g 1 1'' - O'-a e : 1
r. The am;im.
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U I lay. Dr. T.
' 'ia;i !e ia imm -
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..-d ig. '.:- S !
O e, a.
ton. i ' o ' a
iham Din v.! b-'.ie. Clyde Ad: i
i; :,m. r, Id;:;: Heath. V-. ;;;
a a' . Br v ' a rr. firae-t A -ki t
PRESiD'NG ELDER TO PRE AC! :
Sua iam l-ebraarv 11. a; "i: - v, :
ing '::.;;: i'g doing Kid, S; : : '.
will . oa '.am the service at :;.'. id
.!ad: ' mm: m :; ,
FACTS AZC'JT JOHN CLENN
to-m, resi lent
.,,nv:im mu r.u -a recent n
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j V(.:ri. ,. ; L.
1,,,.., ,r,.ht was made ;a :
tow n. d'enm. Sun lay.
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;(;!,.-' !.: 'o :r smi-a A!1; 'a 1
: : t; a,-.d i Chan.
Mrs. J. Rocert S'i;
1)f ( ; :Ve il V 1 ! 1 e . .
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s i a v
1 j tv Team, and sm.mt mo.g i ;
ih-md hi Mo'ui-town. Ten 1. .
years of Wmblen o..- -a
lived in the west a fmv year- an d: i :
Newport, Teun.. for ab au .ear.
He came to Hetnler.-oin :!le ia. I'J'i
He entered the jewelry bu- 'a--.-; an
later the millinery buones: afa: op
erated moving picture th":i:r- a tie
new Queen theatre buildir.g beine
one of his products. In KG" Mr
Glenn moved to Brevard anal mume
a theatre and conducted a ,'owe-r'
and millinery busbum-:. In N .vembtm
his health .iied hint and im -A un-:
little relief. A few weeks ago he
entered the sanitarium at Moigantoi
but failed to get the relief he sough
For several weeks his condition has
been considered critical.
Mr. Glenn was a Methodist, a good
citizen, quiet and unassuming in his
nature. He will be misse l.
The members of the Woodmen ,f
the World will hold a banquet in ;'m
At'ilu'Iwold Hotel on next Mon ; ,
mil bus!'!'-.-- an i piofea io;;;
ami ( -pemaiiy farmers, wii' tiier mc
bers of the fraternal order or no;,
are invited to be present.
Music, afur-dinner speaking mal
other interesting topics will be t f -main
featui'-s f thm program.
I'"o?.iin-!ic Woodmen from al!
'' "f thi ; uafy are expecic i .
be pre.., .ni a; an enthusiast: ban
quet meeting is predicted.
As the Woodmen expect, to Vi--f,
a modern home here, this will ; ro
bably be i na. u ra !.
VERNE RHOADES WRITES
TO DOCTOR HUNT
Dr. C. W. Hum.
Ida vard N. '.
1 have hetm n ading with : ;: i' i;;-tere-t
the articles in the I'm. .a
New; and the A.-hevilk- 'it u'rm !
refer to the iiroposed monunaa.;
be located at the entrance Fi
gaii National Forest. The .,
to me to be an excellent fe.e.
belive 'he ge-ag,. ,.f ;ll" arch :, m : -itorb.us.
and. if the .'an i- , ar; i -a
ou. I thud, ike (atizmrn of Trans- :
vania county who cuitribu: ; to mm
expense of cons; ruction will
ly satisfied with this (
their tiesire to -ee a fitting ma
erected to th.o a- men win 1
their country ,-o unsehishlv ::
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-as ou naa- teen prevun;
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bed. your committee may ha
stone and sand from the
If there is any etln r warn, is
I cji .- el'Ve tile commitiei ;a;
to furtlier this mosi (.na!n-v
plan. 1 tnmt you will make it
Very t ruly you, .
VFdXF imH-.m .
A MARRIAGE CF INTEREST
j Br. vard wa t!m marsi.ma " ?.! a
Floreuc- Ju-m:a of Ib-a ier-eavi!;.,--d
Harvey I.aaw of Fietch -a-a -am a
took place ! .-; Snmnmav afa
at four oVieck a. ;iu in . ,,;' ; ,
parents. Mi. and Airs. Av-aa mala
Dr. Frank Film- odmmm' ;. ua
-dy a t v- iatinn.ta frie:-,;. ami m .:
- ivt- u ere ,rr.-e;:t. 'I k, i 1 ;de .-. .
'mcoaiiim!;. fi a- a.i in a .-;;,; . . a: !
mgn; bun-, with a .- mall h-o-A : 1
of an advanced style.
After a brief honeymoon.. Mr. aad
Mrs. Lance expeai to make tit-a; ..
in lb 1 1 oit, .Michigan. win : -I.anct
wdl im enga;:ed in iig-in. - a
OUR SENATOR 'JOE" ZACHA"
Senator '..-. :...:' sumietdv ia c.
.-eriou-ly iii again on Monday of !
we. k an : has gon ba. i; bom; .
trad 'minufuiiy to re-:;. .tin a: dm m
lor was compelled io -rnvrA
a s. aond time since the a.- -a-n s, .
ed. and friends Teai he may b,. .,
j able to return b; fe!e adjounnm
j Ace. can: a o , j- i'aieigi: e., a
! 1 T T - T T .,-
-pouo. n: . n m. o. !. Smmu:.!:. '
missiouer of Labor and Print:;. g. S
ator Zachary has been verv i:;im
tal ;n the k gislat are. hut unfm
nat-.dy "Jo.-" h::a inan suifering
ious'y with a he. rt at::i( tion an i
many friends of Transylvania
seriously concerned over his. .-.
tion. Let us all pray that with
plete rest a cure will be affected. .
our Senator be with us for a i .
On January 24 Gladys Wood mm
brated her eleventh birthday at. d"
home of her parents, Mr. and m:
Tom Wood, Jr.
After a numerous number of "ga m
which were enjoyed by ail. refr -meats
were served. Mm:y of r.
fr mm wx-re present.
Come on time