MISS PICOLSMER ft
TO WED MR. CLEMENT
Event To Be Staged At High
School Auditorium This
REV. JIMMIE JONES TO
Miss Alvinia Moore To Play
the Wedding March and
A womanless wedding will bo pr ?
sented at the Brevard High School
auditorium Thursday evening ot this
week at 8:30 o'clock, under ti< aus
pices of and for the benefi! of the
four churches of Brevard. Promin
ent business and professional men of
tiu> town wiil participate in the
wedding, and an evening of fun and
enjoyment is promised all who at
The following characters will ap
pear in the wedding:
Miss Petite France; ? Bride ? Jose
Mr. t'. S America ? Groom ? Vernie
Mr. Paris France ? Father? Harriet
.M Pari;' . France ? Mother ? Mrs.
Mr. l.ondon England ? -Uncle ? Fred
Mrs. l.ondon England ? Aunt ? Mrs.
Davie Ward i
Mr. Vnglo Saxon ? Grandfather ?
Mrs. Anglo Saxon ? Grandmother ?
Mrs. Glenna Miller
Mi- Madrid Spain ? Guest ? Miss
Mrs. Knowall ? A Neighbor ? Mrs. I
Miss Riga Russia ? Jilted Sweetheart ]
of Groom ? Miss Josephine Al
Minister ? Rev. Jimmie Jones
Aunt Africa ? Colored Nurse ? Caro
Marseilles? Baby Sister- ? Little Phil
''win- ? Clevie Robinson, Miss Wil
helmina Aiken ,
! :-. l.eydt'n Holland ? Ringbearer ?
!r. Koine Italy ? Trainbearer ? Ber
Mr. Montreal Canada ? Best Man ?
il valdine Jerome
,i .f.ineiro Brazil? Soloist ? Miss
V Chili Peru ? Half-witted Brother
of Groom ? Sherryan Hammatt
!* '\ver Girl ? Miss Louise Johnson
i: desmaids ? Miss June Frazier,'
Miss Tonimie Wood, Thomasine
i oileen Galloway
men Josephine Sherrill
H: omtield, Henrietta Ranson,
Ml - Strf.divarius of Violin ? Miss
I nora Underwood
Alihic: I'iano ? Miss Hawaii ? Miss
Alvinia Alexandrea Moore
AGED CITIZEN IS i
CALLED IN DEATH
Kili'.v Rhodes, aged 76, died Friday,
at hi home near Brevard, following
ng illness. I-'uneral services,
were held at Dunn's Creek Baptist
?i 'h Saturday afternoon, with in- 1
tcrment in the cemetery nearby. The,
.Masonic funeral ceremony was used'
at i lie grave.
Mr. Uhodes was a native of this!
county and had spent his entire life ,
in and r.ear Brevard. He was a Mason ;
a: i iisntily respected citizen of the.
<? nunity. He had been a patient '
sufferer in ill health the latter years'
of his life, bearing his afflictions with
i-ml calm endurance.
His wife is the only survivor of
1 ; nnmediate family.
HOME COMING DAY AT
CATHEYS CREEK CHURCH
Home coming day at Catheys
Creek Baptist church will be observ
ed at this church next Sunday. A
K'xi'l program has been arranged, in
cluding prominent speakers and good
singing. A special invitation is ex
tended to all - former members and
pastors to be present.
Sub-Station of Southern Public
Utilities Co. Completed ?
With completion of the sub
tation near the Southern Railway
station, and wires connected to
the station from Hendersonville, the
Southern Public Utilities company is
expected to make early announce
ment of its plans in this community.
Three heavy wires are strung from
Hendersonville, where the company
has operated for some t:?ie, into the
sub-station in Brevard.
No announcement has us yet been
made by the company as to the plans
<>f operation here. The Southern
Public Utilities company is a branch
of the bit Duke power interests. lb
coming here has caused many eiii
xens to believe that some bier thing?
are in store for this section. The
company's announcement is awaited
with intense interest h :re.
. DONALD LEE MOORE
GIVEN HIGH HOKOX
March Which He Composed
To Be Broadcast From
Brevard will be on the air through- j
out the country next Tuesday night,
August 20, from 10:30 to 11 o'clock |
Eastern Standard itme, when WI,\V,'
! Cincinnati, broadcasts March C. S.
N. This march, which the great Cin
cinnati band will broadcast, was com
posed in Brevard, by a Brevard boy,
and it goes without saying that all
Brevard people, and people through
out Western North Carolina, will
tune in on YVLW Tuesday night and
listen to music as composed by this
section's own son. ;
The very fact thatthe Cincinnati
band, and the broadcasting station
\VL\V is putting this number on the
air is absolute evidence of the merit
of the march. That broadcasting
station places nothing but the best
on its programs, therefore a number
so selected is given great place in
! the musical world when heard oven
Donald Lee Moore is well known
here, where lie and his brother, Al
Vin .Moore, have made great names |
for themselves in the musical !
world. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs.;
I). F. Moore, and lives on Maple
K> lends ot" young Moore, Brevard's
talented musician, are congratulating!
him over the fact that his selection
passed the rigid censorship necessary
tor broadcasting, and many are '
looking forward to hearing the band i
at Cincinnati broadcasting station i
render his musical selection next ,
ui i iUlk! KAf*
MpFlffjO f?ff? p ft r r
k bih c :ihb >
Carl McCrary is conducting a tire'
sale, notice of which is given in a
half page advertisment in this issue'
of The Brevard News, in which ho is J
offering tires at Service Station I
prices. He makes statement that he
is trying to reach a given record in
sales, in order that he may tnlarge
his connections with the Firestcne
Mr. McCrary is considered one of
the most successful young business
men of the town, and has already
made a name for himself as render
ing genuine , service to his patrons.
His advertisement contains a direct ,
appeal to the public, stated in frank !
manner, and will doubtless receive I
big response. J
MOST BEAUTIFUL |i
SECTION IN WORLD j
"I have been around the world on j
two different tours, and have visit ij
many beautiful places, but this is the i
most beautiful country I have ever
visited. Fairfield Inn on Lake Fair
field is simply a dream," said Miss
Agate Brown, of Sewickley, Penna., j
who is spending a time at I' airfield, j
Miss Brown was in Brevard Wednos- j
day. and made the above statement j
in talking with acquaintances.
Miss Brown expressed the wish that I
members of her family and her'
friends in Pennsylvania will visit
Fairfield Inn next Summer instead
of going abroad. She told of the
magnificent scenes in Italy, Switz
erland and other countries, "but
they do not compare with the quiet,
appealing beauty of this section,"
[ Miss Brown added.
i COUNTY COURT ADJOURNS
UNTIL MONDAY MORNING
Judge D. L. English and Solicitor
Ralph R. Fisher faced a docket of
some ninety eases when County open
i eel last Monday morning. Several
i cases have been disposed of during
i the first three days. Court adjourned
(Wednesday until next Monday morn-'
FOUR-MONTH-OLD SON OF
i MRS. GORDIE SILER PASSES j
| Charles Emmett, the' four months';
old infant of Mrs. Gordie Siler, died 1
at a sanatorium at Saluda, Saturday,
| August 1 Oth and was buried the fol- 1
lowing day at Lake Toxaway, in the
j Norton cemetery.
REVIVAL SERVICES AT
ROCKY BOTTOM CHURCH;
Rev. Nathan Chapman and Rev. C. ;
J. Eldridge started a revival meeting j
at Rocky Bottom church, Sunday.
August 11th and will continue the
services through this week. Services
. are hold each evening at 8 o'clock.
TO WORK ON CEMETERY
AT EAST FORK, FRIDAY
i All persons having friends and
relatives buried at East Fork ceme
i , tery are requested to help clean the
i cemetery Friday, August Kith. In
i case of rain, come on Saturday. I'
' has been suggested that those who
| find it unable to come, con'd !;?>',! ?
' hand by sending someone in their
Coy Fisher Pmncd Beneath
Car In River ? Dan Glaz
ener Saves Him
Coy Fisher, young Rosman I ,
was savt .! from drowning in t!ie
French Broad river late Tuesday aft
ernoon, when he was pulled from
underneath his automobile at the
bottom of the stream by Mr, Dan
Glazener. Young Fisher was driv
ing his car across the old bridge at
the lower end of Rosman, when a
broken radius rod caused him to
lose control of the machine. The car
swerved, and went through a broki i
section of the railing, into the
French Broad river twenty feet be
low. Fisher was pinned to tiie bot
tom of tiie river by the car, which
had fallen onto him.
Mr. Glazener saw the accident,
and dived from the bridge immedi
ately to make attempt at rescuing
young Fisher. Fisher's foot was ail
that could be seen of the young fel
low, and Mr. Glazener pulled him
from underneath the car by the foot.
Fisher's arm and leg were slightly
bruised and torn, otherwise he suf
liii'd no ill effects from the experi
The old bridge, it is said, has been
condemned for some time, and trav
elers now use the new bridge fur
ther up the river.
All Rosman is in accord in giving
praise to Mr. Glazener for his he
roic work, as certain death v.ould
soon have resulted to young Fisher
but for the quick work and daring
deeds of Mr. Glazener.
E A STERN STAR T 0
l'isgah Chapter, Order of the East
ern Star, will give an entertainment
in the Brevrad High School building
Monday evening, August 10, at
S :!}() o'clock. There will be pre
sented two one-act plays. The first
will be "Sister Masons," a burlesque
in one act, and said to be a laugh
provoking thing. The other play is
entitled "Thursday Evening," a com
edy in one act.
In addition to these plays, there
will be vocal and piano solos, read
ings, and dancing by the children.
There will be : 1 1: H ;ul. !?
charge for this entertainment for the
benefit of the Eastern Star.
GYPSY FETE TO BE
PRESENTED BY GUILD
Plans have been perfected for
presentation of the Gypsy Fete,
sponsored by the St. Philips Guild,
which will be given on the Franklin
Hotel lawn nn the afternoon and
evening of Tuesday, August -0. A
lood program has been prepared and
?x large attendance is expected at
.his annual affair.
CHECKS ON POLICIES
W. I!. Grogan, Jr., district deputy
of the Woodmen of the World, de
livered checks from his insurance
company to several beneficiaries ihis
week of deceased members of the
Woodmen. The beneficiaries of the
late Charles P. Wilkins received ten
thousand dollars, while two thousand
went to beneficiaries of the late W.
J. McCrary, and fifteen hundred dol
lars to the beneficiary of the late Dr.
Mr. Grogan has sold a tremendous i
amount of insurance in this section, j
BISHOP TO PREACH
IN BREVARD SUNDAY
The Right Reverend Albei t S. I
Thomas. D. D.. Bishop of South Car
olina, will preach at the 1 1 o'clock
services of the Episcopal church of
Brevard, next Sunday morning,,
PISGAH FOREST DO\
m HECTIC GAME B'
Pisgah Forest downed the Erevan'
team 7-4 Saturday afternoon in :
game on McLean field that was re
plete with good, bad and wild plays.
Brevard started off in the firs',
frame with a vim that spelled de
struction to the Carrmen when the\
scored two runs and all but talliec"
number three. "I told you so" ?
"they won't j,et a smell," was hear i
from Brevard fans in the grand
stand ? but, the second half was an
other runaway, and this time, it was
the other way, Pisgah Forest tallying
three runs in their half of the
Gibson for Pisgah Forest and
Payne for Brevard, were both oft' in
their hurling, neither being up to
their usual standard. Gibson, who i
generally conceded one of Pisgah's
best batters, went hitless, as did
Harry Bryson for -Brevard, v. s
hitting star for both teams, getting
four singles out of five times at bat
and played a pretty fair game around
the hot corner. H. Goodman, Ros
and Morris for Pisgah each got a
pair of hits one of Ross' being for
two bases. The Chief is credited with
getting on each time, twice on hits.
ne pass, and once on an error. Fred
Osteon, who rdieved Short in en
DAMAGE SUITS ME
Glazener and Moore Each Get
$4750 ? Large Jury
Julian A. Glazener was given a
jury verdict in the sum of $12,000
against T. C. Henderson and the
Safety Transit Lines, Inc., In his suit
for damages resulting from an auto
mobile collision which occurred in j
March, of last year. The Glazener'
case followed close upon the case of
Donald Lee Moore, who was injured
at the same time, and who had been
given a verdict of $7,000 against Mi.
Henderson, the bus line being ab
solved from any blame in his case.
Judge Harwood set aside the ver
dict as to the bus line in the Glaz
ener case, and afterwards the plain
tiffs and defendant Henderson,
through their counsel, agreed upon
a settlement of $-4,750 each.
The two cases occupied most of the
time of the Superior court last week,
and was closely contested by attor
neys on both sides. Ralph R. Fisher
represented both Moore and Glaz
ener, while W. E. Breese and A.
Hall Johnson represented Mr. Hen-'
derson, and Judge D. L. English and
Clyde Douglas, the latter a Raleigh ,
attorney, appeared for the bus line.'
Nationally known men are attend- 1
ing the Transylvania Baptist associa-j
tion in session Wednesday and
Thursday of this week at Mt. Moriah .
church, Cherryfiedl, among them be-1
ing Dr. Chas. E. Maddry, secretary
of the General Board of the Baptis'.
State Convention. Other men (
note are Dr. Frank P. Gaine
president of Wake Forest colic c ?
Dr. Thos. Watts, of Dallas, Tex:,
secretary of Relief and Annuity
Board, Southern Baptist Convention,
and Rev. Xorfleet Gardner, former,
pastor of The Orphanage church,
now pastor of the Baptist church at;
Dunn. Dr. Gardner spoke for the:
Much business was transacted, and
reports from the various churches in
Lhe county showeli tremendous gain
mase by the denomination in this
section. VMring officials were i !<rh
ly pleased with the reports, and
made mention of their pleasure.
Rev. Dr. Wallate Hartsell, pastor |
of the Brevard Baptist church,
preached the introductory sermon,
which was pronounced one of the1
strongest appeals ever made by the '
potuilar Brevard preacher.
Rev. E. R. Pendleton was elected
moderator for the coming year R< v
W. S. Price, Jr., pastor of Cherry- 1
field church, was host to the conven- j
Lion, and with the assistance of mem
bers and brother pastors, gave the |
Baptists one of their very !>ot
BREVARD DEFEATS TRYON
NINE WEDNESDAY, 11-7
Brevard outhit the Tryon league
nine here Wednesday afternoon to
the tune of 11-7, despite the fact
one of Tryon's men slammed out two
homers. All of Brevard's hits were
short ones, hut came when they I
were most needed. Grogan, Clayton |
and Paxton were batteries for Brc- 1
GEOLOGIST ON VISIT I
TO POINTS IN COUNTY 1
Prof. Collier Cobb, geologist in the
University of North Carolina, spent
some time in the county this week
truest of his relatives, Prof, and Mrs.
S. P. Verner. Prof. Cobb is inter
ested in this section because of the
activities in mining throughout this
county, and the greater proposed de
velopment of the Mellon interests in
VNS BREVARD NINE j
Y SCORE OF 7 TO 4 !
ter in the fourth, smacked one over
the fence the first time he came up,
scoring one man ahead of him.
Pisgah garnered eleven hits off
Payne, while Brevard only got six
off Gibson. Payne stuck out eight
men in nine innings; Gibson struck
out eight in eight innings.
Marshall Here Saturday
Marshall will mix it up with Holt's
crew here Saturday afternoon. The
Brevard nine, so far, has had the ups
on the Marshall outfit here at home,
but have lost there. Kilpatrick is
scheduled to do the twirling for the
'.ocals, while Fowler, who has been
noted in past games for having the
local boys' number, will be on duty
for the visitors.
Pisgah Goes To Canton
Pisgah Forest will take a little
trip Saturday to the Fibre Town
where they will try to wrest one
rung of the high ladder away from
the snappy Y team there. Gibson
will probably be on the mound for
the Carrmen, and local fans are of
the opinion that the Champion nine
will have a hard time sending hi
fast "snakes" over the short left
field fence, and also will find it a job
to lay them down all over the infield
as they have been wont to do when
they need runs and have a man on
One of Finest Entertainment;
Ever Witnessed in Bre
vard Was Given
Quite, a small audience enj . i '
one of the finest programs cvei
sented in Hrevard, when the Ho-.ton
School of Expression and Unmade.
Art presented the Robert E. Let
program at the High School audi
torium last Friday evening. Man;*1
Southern songs, accompanied by
beautiful illustrations, delighted th>'
audience, and other enjoyable fen
tures of entertainment comprised th
The main feature of the |>yK"
was the illustrated lecture on K'
ert E. Lee given by Dr. John K. I a
cock, president of the Boston Schoa
of Expression now in summer sessi-.:.
in Brevard. Dr. Lacock, in his in
imitable style, told in a vivid mann -i
of the life and accomplishment. <?;
this historic character, whom tin
speaker considered the greaty.-t i: ;-n
eral and one of the greatest men in
the annals of history. Adding to
the interest of the lecture, were the
.steropticon slides showing the <iif
ferent phases of the life of General
Lee. It was apparent that Dr. La
cock had spent much time, study and
research in preparing this compr -
hensive lecture, with the accompany
ing pictures, an'! his audience, though
small in numbers, was evidently
appreciative of the unusual hijfh or
der of entertainment presented.
<i her features of the evening's
entertainment included selections by
the Brevard orchestra, readings 1>;
Miss Francos Howard, and Miss Ve
ta Young, vocal solos by Mrs. Ilui-h |
Walker singing the old favorite
Sou. hern melodies, and the singinr
by the audience of some of L>
favorite hymns. Alvin Moore and
Mr. C er accompanied Mrs. Walker
in her ?!o numbers.
Many of tho=;e present on this oc
casion were heard to express appre
ciation of the fine character of the ?'
program presented, and to express
regret over the fact that more peo- j
pie did not avail themselves of the
opportunity to learn something an.v
about this great Southern general.
DOLLAR A BOSS?. ;
Potatoes and more potatoes hav<
been coming into the B. and H. Feci1 1
and Seed company during the week. ,
and the price of one dollar a busliel
still prevails. The B. and B. is aver- ?
agin<r around live car loads of poia
toes each week. Movement fell oil" a ]
little during the rain, because the
farmers could not dig their crops,
but since the rains ceased they h;.v.
more than made up for the time lo--t.
The B. and B. announces that they
want still more potatoes, but ask that ,
they be clean and dry as possible.'
The price of a dollar a bushel will lie
paid as long as the market justifies. |
Many farmers are rushing their crops ,
through while this price is bcinc-l
TO WILLIS MURDER
Blair Rook, negro, is said to havei
confessed killing Sheriff Willis, in i
Greenville, two years ago. Tlie ne- J
gro is now in jail at Greenville, and
has implicated white men, saying ho
was hired by them to do the shoot
ing. One of the men named by the
negro as instigator of the death of
the Greenville sheriff is a Pickens
man, by the name of Harmon Moore, i
Officers are making search for him i
The slaying of the sheriff cause 1 j
caused great excitement at the tini". i
and many people were arrested n-l
suspects, and the confession of the ?
negro is the first, direct action in th< I
case since the murder.
BOSTON SCHOOL RECITAL TO
BE GIVEN THURSDAY, 22ND
! On Thursday evening, August 22.
the Boston School of Expresison and
Dramatic Art will give a rccital at
the High School building. Three one
act plays will be given, including a
children's play, reading, vocal and in- 1
: strumental solos, and music by th*
1 Brevard orchestra. There will be no
admission charge to thi3 recitai, and
all people are cordially invited, to at.
LETTERS BEING MAILED citiT
TO SOUTHERN GOLFERS
Three thousand letters aye being;
mailed to people in 'Southern states.j
: urging them to visit Brevard dtjryss'i
August and September, and
I 'jf on Brevard's matchless couHfl
] The letter: carry picture of MB
' !. 'If grounds, with the great moi|B
in ins in the background. Late Ainfr
tist and September being one of the
most perfect golf periods in the
mountains, it is b; iieved that hun
dreds of visitors will lie attracted io
I this place.
Kiwanis club will meet at noon this
thursday, at waltermire Grill. Great
program has been prepared.
Ccunty Comnusiiionera and .
R. McNeely Are Defend
ants in the Case
CASE" TO at. HLARD BY
H\ H. MICHAEL SCHENCK
.. . .
Question of Power of the Two
Boards Involved In
Eck L. Sims, rural polic-ni;. ? ;<> t
Transylvania county. ha> instituted
mandamus proceedings ag:.:irt the
board of county commissioner- and
C. K. McNeely, county accountant,
to compel them to pay Mr. Sims hit.
salary which he claims to he due fur
his work during the month of .(u!>,
Hearing of the cc is . for
August 24, before .Iudg<- Michai-1
Schenck, in chamber.-, at Hiriiei >on
It is claimed by Mr. Sims that ho
is the duly appointed rural poll, of
ficer of the county, holding !i: ap
pointment from the board of ioaii
commisisoners, and that th>- !?
of county commissioners stiui ; from
the road board's budget th<- .:r.n>;irt
necessary to carry oil the work vT
The board of road comii.. ><<i -
contends that it has the pow< 'o ap
point such rufpl policeman, . no ;har
it is the duty of the county ?
missioners to provide funds for i.-r.
expense, ar.d the duty of the ? om.'j
accountant to make payment for
Members of the board < ' . -,.i: ;
commissioners say that the com i.i
sioners are making every reduct.< -
possible in the operating expense
the county government, and ?hatii'
elimination of this item is i ut or
among the many items that bavc
been taken from the list of rountj
BREVARD BOY IS
Lieutenant Hayne D. Bo;. . n.
R. M. a former resident 1' li
iard hap been cird for : Ntra<>rdi"..-r =
bravery, for which he .1
the distinguished flvinar r . -
President Hoover The dis; ? -
bravery was cited for cxtraora :..
heroism, initiative and e:< ci-llen'.
judpment while in command ? :in
air patrol of two planes durin-.* -n
insurrection in Nicaragua.
Lieutenant Boyden. who a na
tive of Statesville, made B: ?
home for a number of year ;ri :
a graduate of Brevard High Schw-1.
He is the son of the late " i . : ' !
Mrs. John I.. Boyden. f St;.: -viii
He is well known in L". S. \!.ir::.>
Corps circles, where he ha- ??< o a
member of the Flying I>ivi
the World War.
'S O. S." ADVERTISER
GETS MANY ANSWERS
Several communications fi r "S.
S.", advertisement appearing in > ' "?
Classified Ads of this paper, ha- ?
been received at The News >tF.? *,
and may be obtained by thi- par.r
TO ATTEND CONVENTION
OF THE JUNIOR GRDF.B
I.. P. Hamlin, Rev. J. P.
William I.yday, C. R. Shari aril
other influential members -t -
Junior Order in this county ai plar.
ning to leave next Monday for Hitr'i
Point, to attend the annual ? nvi-n
tion of the Juniors.
By J. F. Corbin
Forty-five men and boys i f the
Rosmam community on Wednesday,
August 7th, spent one day at < i em
son College during Farmers Week.
Yes. some thirty mature Trun-yi
vania county men became school
boys once, more and rode in a si-h< <>1
bus and visited Clemson Collide >a
a "See and Learn Farm Tour."
Clemson was at its very '>? for
a visit of i;his kind, Over a tliou ani
farm .men. from over South Caorlini
worv on tpe. grounds while ve were
tljflUfn ying to. learn more about tht
?:g busi.ness. The North
farty. attracted wide alt- .ition
welcomed by the college
id reported a profitable aud p!i-as
day spent, Some of the tr-M tm
.nt things observed by th carry
Crops . between hei and
the college grounds, -peiial
... machinery demonstration
by manufacturers from :v" par
the Unjted States, e.\po"inif>n'-.?
??.i different crops, display of fruits
produced on college farm, Museum
and library, the dairy, the hog and
poultry plants and the orchards.
After looking- through the I103
barns and viewing son)' of the big.
fine Berkshire hogs that weighed
s-w -?! !' 'nd" d pounds, one of our
East Fori: frit- ids remarked that he
refused to leave the college 1 "rounds
until he found out how long it took
the college to breed the snouts off
of those elephants.