MISS JUUA SKINNER VWEBS
MR. J6iiN M'LEAN,
A marriage o! interest in the com
munity \tas that which occurred ia
Nholby Tuesday, July 2, when Miss
Julia Skinner, of Thomaaton, Ala.,
became the bride of Mr. John C. Mc
Lean of Brevard. The ceremony took
placc at the Presbyterian manse in
Shelby, with the pastor of the Pree
bvterian church of that city, the R?t.
Mr. McDairmid, officiating.
Mrs. McLean is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner, of
Thomagton, Ala., and is well known
ir. Brevard, and has many friends
here, since she taught in the Bre
vard Elementary school for the jwst
Mr. McLean, son of Dr. and Mrs.
J. H. McLean, is a popular young
man of Brevard and active in the
business life of the community, being
owner and manager of the McLean
Following a short honeymoon trip,
Mr. and Mrs. McLean returned to
Brevard, and are temporarily located
at the home of the groom's parents.
PICNIC IS ENJOYED BY YOUNG
A - : nic was enjoyed Thursday
neon near the Davidson River
:i;ing pool by members of tha
\ ? un-r Peoples' Missionary society of
i !>.' Methodist church, chaperoned by
fhei" leader, Miss Mildred Trunthahi
i' ?>') Mrs. J. F. Winton.
Following a delightful time in
swimming and in playing various
gaii-.s, a delicious picnic lunch added
to the enjoyment of the occasion, af
ter which the young people departed
for their homes.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY IN REG
!y meeting of the Women's Mis
; onary society of the Methodist
church was held Friday afternoon in
the ladies parlor of the church.
IVIlwving the business session, de
v icnais were led by Mrs. B. E.
X;, ;o!;om. presenting in a novel
?? her subject, "The Ministry
i i ,'!iildren." MUs Julia Merritt in
i ' in^-iy discussed the topic, "Wo
iv- ? in Industry.'' Mrs. A. R. Gilles
p v. 'O was the delegate to the re
o district conference in Black
Mi untain, gave an interesting re
! ( i the meeting. Other members
xv attended the district meeting
d in a mund table discussion
!? .tive to the conference.
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L*WN PARTY IS ENJOYABLE
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Winton enter
tamed on the evening of the Fourth
of July at their home on the Bre
vard Institute grounds with a lawn
party in honor of tha student body
and faculty of the Institute Summer
Many games were played by the
young people on the spacious lawn,
which was rendered more attractive
by the pleasing arrangement of
benches and chairs amid the back
ground of natural greenery, and by
the lighted Japanese lanterns hang
ing from the low branches of the
trees surrounding the lawn. Punch
served from a huge cake of ice, a
larg-e cavity in which formed the
punch bowl, was an enjoyable fea
ture of the occasion.
P. Y. P. U. ELECTS OFFICERS
FOR THE YEAR.
At a recent meeting ox the B. Y. j
P. U. of the Baptist church the In- |
termediate Un'on elected the follow- j
ing officers: President, Roy Johnson;'
vice president. Rachel Williams; sec- 1
rotary, Clara Garren; treasurer, A! j
fred Hampton, Jr.; corresponding
secretary, Mildred Hayes; Bible <u:
leader, Thelma Johnson; choirster. I
Beulah Garren; pianist. Khuemma
LVddingfield ; group captains, Mar
garet Barnette, Charles Morgan, llu- .
bcrt Batson and Nell Duckworth. i
Mrs. R. H. Ramsey is leader of the
Union, with Mrs. Alfred Hampton
Mrs. W. W Pruette, L. P. Hamlin '
and W. W. Pruette as sponsors
MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hamilton an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Lora, to Mr. Harold F. Patter
son, of Penrose. The marriage took
place Wednesday, Julv 3, at Green- ,
ville, S. C.
Mrs. Patterson is an attractive
young woman, the youngest daughter
of .Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. The con- 1
pie will be at home in Detroit, Mich.,
after July 15.
JOINT HOSTESSES ENTERTAIN
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS.
Members of the Daughters of
Wesley Sunday School class of th ?
Methodist church enjoyed a social
gathering Tuesday evening at the
home of Mr-*. J. F. Zachary, who
was assisted in entertaining by Mrs.
H. C. Hanson, Mrs. B. W. Tranthnm
and Mrs. A. R. Gillespie
A short business session was hei:!
before the social period, during
which games were played and a ni.i
siefflj program enjoyed. A vocial solo
wa.- rendered by Mrs. B. II. Gaul
and oth*r musical selections Were a
?part of the program.
Refreshments were served by th"
joint hostesses at the conclusion of
the social hour.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY CAMP
A number of members of the
younger set enjoyed a tamping tii;
the past week in the ' and of No I
The day and night of the trip v,
pleasantly spent in playing i . ? : 'i .
in hiking t! irou^h tin juml
?r>d in various other enjoyable
features. The good things t > eat ad
ded much to the pleasures of the
trip. Through the courtesy of Dr.
Dixon, the campers were allowed th"
? > vile"1 of occupying u e.-.bin on
The following young people, c'r.ap- j
eroord by Mrs. J. Cant ret! and Mr.-.
A. X. Hinton, enjoyed the camping i
ivl Jones, Speedy Jon ??', Hi'/ \
Sellers. Richard Bryson. Rue! Hjlint, j
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BALSAM GROVE NEWS:
Mr. and Mrs. Hannon McCall and
children, cf Pelzer, S. C., spent the ' i
week-tnd witt their parents, Mr. . ]
and Mrs. Jimraie McCall. i|
Wesley McCall of Sellca, was a 1
dinner guest of Mr?. Doctor McCall, i
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Galloway and ?
son, Avery were Shoal Creek visitors 1
Paul McCall spent Wednesday
night with his grandparents, M". and , ?
Mrs. Lewis Owen.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cwen end
little daughter, Ionia, spent the 4th ,
with Mr. Owen's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Owen.
Rev. Dillard Owen preached a very
interesting sermon at Shoal Creek,
G. W. Wood, Harold Richardson,
Frank and Willie Painter of Green
ville, spent the Fourth with relatives
and friends here.
Mrs. Zeb Packard and children of
Winston-Salem, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Frank Owen was a dinner guest
of Luther Owen Sunday.
Rirkmon McCal) visited Mrs. A.
I Calloway, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Brown spent
Sunday nisrht with Mr and Mrs.
We art sorry to have Arch Gallo
way and family move out of our
There will be preaching service .
also a decoration of the cemetery iu
Shoal Creek the first Sunday in Aug
Sylvester Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Owen and little son visited Mr.
and Mrs. Spurgeon McCall, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Owen were
dinner guests of Mrs. George Ham
We are having a real good Sunday
School at Shoal Creek, and woui 1
be glad to have anyone attend.
It has been suggested by <>ne of
our local people that the Brevard
court house be moved, and set uf
beside our school house, so as to be
more convenient. Perhaps it would
be a good idea. Then we might
' iFn ;? ?ffmet,imos when
neede. We see no use Jn trying our
yotin.;- men for drinking whiskey
when some of our older fellows :?
allowed to make and sell it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McCall were
Shoal Creek visitors Sunday.
Curtis Owen spent Saturday ni;;l>:
with his niece and nephew, \ .
ar.d Paul McCall.
Oscar McCall is building a in
Mi s. Claud Mason's baby h,' be
y :?! ill, but is improving nicely
Kufus McCall and son?, liichai
nnd Ira, have cut and saved quit'
nice lot of hay, although tli- ? r? .
h". ven't been very favorable for ha;
m a k i n g.
i 'oi'liie Erwln. Torn Patton, '.V;
Bryant. Lloyd Alli-on, Mi .;???! .
lars, Elizabeth Mills, (!l:i ! \
Kuth Cnntrell, Mollie Snelson, i'.. i
lette Gillespie, Mrs Wnllis I ! i ; i
Miss Ruth Hanson, Miss H;
Many friends wore taken by n.
prise on learning of the n:;r
? ? M : 15'- "U Gill*. -jiit' . of I'm . .
?. E ' .vard A. H#M"n of A -i
villt*. The ceremony occ !
..i t: oil' ice at 1'ii k* ; *
C'., ' ii Saturday, July 0.
The bride is well known throu h
OUt the county h: : .in.- tp.ugiit
nine vi1.'1!'!' i'l the Transylvania ?.
Thw groom i.- a j
Hampshire, but >ent ti
years in the South. He :
meted with the Knka plant r.
The young couple will ???
home temporarily in Ashevillc
MISS LOUISE HAYES WEDS
MR, WALLACE BRYANT
Mifs Louise Hayes and Mr. 'Vi !
lace Bryant, both of Brevard, v. ri
married Saturday afternoon, ?' me
29, in Pickens, S. C.
After a short motor trip ;h?
young couple returned to Brevard, !
where they are now making their
home with the groom's mother, . . . . i
Hi U'e Bryant, on Maple street.
Mrs. Bryant is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayes and i
native of Brevard, being a popular ;
member of the younger set. She
was a member of the graduating
class of 1929 of thie JJrevard High
Mr. Bryant is the son of Mrs.
Hattie Bryant and is engaged in
business i/i Brevard.
PICNIC AT WHITE OAK SPRINGS
A picnic was given at the White
Oak Springs Sunday by the David
son River Presbyterian Girls circlt
and Woman's Auxiliary, honoring
Rev. J. H. Gruver and five orphan
girls of Black Mountain Orphanage.
Those present for the delightful
occasion were: Rev. J. H. Gruver,
Mary Etta McFall, Georgia Hensley,
Mildred Hale, Edith Thompson,
Helen Branch, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Patton, Jr., Rebecca Patton, Ada
Hedrick, Elizabeth McCoy, Jennie
Mae and Kathleen Poor, Mamie
Flora, Inez and Doris Lyday, Mary
Barnett. and Miss Julia Deaver.
ENJOYABLE PICNIC AT
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hayes
entertained on the Fourth of July
with a picnic party at Whitesides
Mountain, honoring their brother
and his family, Mr. and Mr3. Ed
Hayes, of Lubbuck, Texas, who hate
been visiting relatives here.
Those enjoying the hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes on this occa
sion were: Mrs. C. F. Reid and chil
Jen, Mrs. Eli Huggins and children,
Ivin Hubbard, J. F. Hayes, Miss
Mamie Hayes, Miss Thurza Bowen,
Miss Alice Hayes, Vera Hayes, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hayes and son,
Our vilage enjoyed kq unusnally
quiet Fourth of July, ahhougo we
had a number of visitors. Children,
prandchilren and greai-grandchil
iren visited home folks on that day.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nicholson and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nicholson, of
Rosman .were picnicking at the old
home place near Oakland Thursday,
returning to Rosman in the after
noon, accompanied by their grand
father, T. B. Keid.
Miss Vergie Lee Bryron, of Ashe
ville, was calling on friends in our
Little Miss Thelma Fugate, of
Cashiers Valley, spent n few hours
with her little cousin, Billy Jo Math
eson, one day last w?ek.
Miss Myrtle Robinson and brother
John, and Miss Gladys Galloway, and
brother, Haywood, ot Tryon, were
visiting friends here Thursday.
Some of the Oakland folks spent
the day in Brevard the Fourth ar.(!
report a jolly time.
The many friends of Otto Alexan
der will be glad to know that he has
arrived at his brother's ranch in Wy
oming and has communicated with
Mrs. E. A. Reid and son, Let.
spent one day last week with
friends near Brevard, ar.d worked on |
the cemetery where Mrs. Reid's par
ents are buried.
The many friends of Mr;--. T. B.
Reid were glad to see her able to tie
at church Sunday.
Master J. L. Nicholson, of Rosn-.r
spent several days last week w
his uncle, Claude Nicholson.
Mrs. Mary Burgess made a short
call on Mrs. Guy Mathesor. one da;/
Mrs. Fred McNeely has returned
home after an extended visit t
friends at Black Mountain and other
We wert glad to have with as i
church Sunday a numb?r cf eld
fiiends among whom were Mr. and
Mrs C. R McNeely, or Brevard.
We hope the committee for the
Fisher reunion will show greater in
terest in the next appointment,
which is called for July 21, tV
same day as our next regular preach
ing service, the hour to be 2 o'clock
The many friends of Mr. and Jr.
Ransom Gr.lloway, of Gh i:c< . '
Ohio, will be glad to know they st
remember old friends in t h . rar.
ty, especially those that compose 'i
membership of Lake Toxaway 1!
tist church. A special f'i "nd <
theirs received a swoct letter '?
Mrs. Galloway with a liberal <i ..
tion for our pastor. She stated
her letter that the health hi_ ??
and family had not been so u
that Mr. Galloway had -
trouble, undergoing s-evi : ;il (.
Rev. E. R. Pendli ; >n pr< .i ?! =
excellent sermon Sunday i'r< :
text, "How shall we escape if
neglect so great salvati'in." f<
the second chapter of lle'e v
hope the members of (he chart
will become more interest - "* a;
him a larger congvegati:n, f : ' :
ways hag a treat in store f.>
CARD OF thanks
1 take this ocasior t>? t!vn r,
my friends for their kino:
sympathy during the i 1 1 n - ? a;
death of my beloved father. T ? ?
kind friends and neighbors 1 ?"
grateful for words of co: -olnt^
flowers, letters and dev !-; ? f ? : r ?
ness. May God reward you each ?
everv one is mv sincere praver.
MRS. W. !?:. V "
P.O. Box 846 Phone 62- W
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Statement of Condition of
BREVARD, N. C.
At the Close of Bu?ines?- Jun>; 29th, 1929
Loans and Discounts $1,302,903.01
Br.nk Hctise Furniture and Fixtures ... 60 843.57
Real Estate 21.293/"!
United States Securities .0,369.16
Other Slacks and Bonds 22,230.18
Cash in Vault and Due from Eanks .... 592,540.61
C !'al Stock 5 V ,,o00.00
L : plus 67,500.00
Undivided Profits 8,458.76
Bills Payable and Re-Discounts 320,000.00
Bonus Borrowed 5,500.00
Divid ids Unpaid "">.00
Reser.c for Depreciation ;,-?3.4o
DEPOSITS i ,-.98,428.24
DEPOSITORY STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF TRANSYLVANIA
CITY OF BREVARD
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JOS. S. SILVER3TEEN, V.-P. W. S. ASH WORTH
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