MRS. JORDAN WHITMIRE, Manager
MRS. LEE JOHNSON
Mrs. Lee Johnson, aged 33 yearn,'
died ac her home at Pickens, S. C.,
September 18, after a brief illnesa.
Funeral services were conducted at
Mt. Moriah Calvert by Dr. Jesse C.
Owen on the following day with in
terment in the cemetery nearby.
Mrs. Johnson was a daughter of
W. E. Hall of the Gloucester sec
tion and with the exception of the
last two years, had lived in Transyl
vania all her life. For many years
she was a devoted member of the
Baptist church and her passing was
a great shock to the community. She
is survived by her husband and four
children: Mrs. Bob Lusk of Pickens,
Misses Mary. Annie and Gladys John- :
son; her father W. E. Hall of Glou- .
cester; three sisters, Mrs. Rufus Ow- ?
en, Chervyfield; Mrs. Jack Sease, j
Waynesville; Mrs. Glen Woodruff, I
Canton; three brothers; H. P. Hall, I
J. T. and Alda Hall, all of Glouces
ter. - ' . 'Uli
CALLOWAY REUNION TO I
BE HELD OCTOBER 20TH |
All relatives and friends of the
lal.- joberry Galloway are requested
to meet at Middle Fork at the old
hor " on the third Sunday in Octo- ,
ber t'or a reunion.
Anyone interested in making this :
day a success is requested to get in |
touch with Cling Galloway at Cher
ryfield, who will be in charge of the ;
HUNTING LICENSES ARE AN
ESSENTIAL IF YOU HUNT |
Hunting: licenses must be obtained
by any resident or visitor before'
hunting, else the penalty of the law 1
is apt to ko into effect. Licenses i
may be obtained in Brevard at the ,
Farmers Supply Co.; at Rosman 1
from Craig Whitmire; Lake Toxa- 1
way. W. W .McNeely; Oakland, froml
L. E. Cash.
Two Rosman boys were tried be
fore Magistrate Summey Saturday
for hunting without license and the
license fee. plus the cost of the '
court and tine, amounted to $12.05
each, when they could have obtained
a license for ?1.25 in the beginning.
?E. R. GALLOWAY. I
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING
The Misisonary Society of Calvert
Baptist church held their September
meeting at the home of Mrs. Jesse
Huggins last week, with eight mem
The meeting was presided over by
the president, Mrs. R. L. Hogsed, the
program being in charge of Mrs. P.
A. Morgan, with each member pres
ent taking ;>art. After the program,
a short business session was held,
following which the hostess servea
delicious refreshments during the
Little Miss Hazel Barrett enter
tained at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barrett on Sept
28 in honor of her fifth birthday.
The little hostess was the recip
ient of many nice presents. Gamea
were played, after which Mrs. Bar
rett, assisted by Misses Pauline
Powell and Genelia Rogers, served
refreshments of cake and lemonade.
Those present for this occasion
were: Hi-"1 Barrett, Darrell and
Louise Gant, Betty Lou McClure. D.
H. and Stanley Winchester, Ernest
and Ruth Alexander, Wilda and For
rest Reeci', Ruth Rice, Ruby Love,
John Frank Corbin, Myrtle and Reba
Rogers, Katharine Powell, Edith and
Ine? Rufty, Edna and Virgil Bar
Mrs. VV P. Fulbriirht and son,
Wayne and daughter.; Helen and
Margaret, Mis. Albert and daughter
of Brevaui, ?vere Sunday guests of
Mr.-. A. M Faxton.
Mrs. Roe Rice of Old Toxaway
spent Sunday night as truest of Miss
Dan Glazener was in Asheville
Herman Kitchen of Gloucester
and mother, from Texas, were Ros
man visitors Saturday.
Miss Lucy Fulbright was a dinner
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. L.
M. Glazener at the home of Mrs. A.
Miss Mac Duncan was a guest of
Mrs. D. L. Glazener Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Byerly and
baby of As'ieville, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mor
gan at Cherryfield.
Weldon Galloway of Asheville,
visited hi"? parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Galloway, Sunday.
Miss Aba Hogsed of Calvert, was
a guest of Miss Mamie Hayes Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison and
children of CherryfieTd, attended the
sin'.ring at Brevard Sunday^'
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glazener and
children of Calvert were Sunday
guests of the former's brother, J.
Ellis Galloway of Old Toxaway,
was in Rosman Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Corbin and Mr.
Bush and Miss Ida Mae Armstrong
attended the Gravely reunion at
Rocky Bottom Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Mason and
ehildren visited John Owen in Glou
Mr. and Mrs. W. R .Lewis and
daughter and Miss Edna Hinkle, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Rogers and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gant and chil
dren, Mrs. Grover Woodaid and
children, -Jprdan Whitmire and oth
ers attended the dinging convention
at Brevard Sunday.
Miss Viola McCall and Miss Ada
McCali spent Sunday in Gloucester.
C. F. (Dad) Caplinger spent the
week-end in Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Taft Owen spent the
? eek-end with Mrs. Owen's parents,
Ir. and Mrs. Marion Glazener.
Frank Raines of Middle Fork, was
i Rosman visitor Monday.
W. A. Evans is spending two
veeks with his daughter, Mrs. Cai
Miss Lela Bess Owen was a Sun
iay guest of Miss Emma Lee Gallo
Misses Verona Lyda, Leota Ran
dolph, Dorothy McGaha were Sunday
juests of Miss Ethel Whitmire.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Galloway and
?on Carl, were Rosman visitors Sat
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and
hildren were Brevard visitors Sun
W. N. Gillespie attended the Grav
ely reunion Sunday at Rocky Bottom.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanson of
Asheville, were Sunday viistors of
"Ir. and Mrs. W .N. Gillespie. Mrs.
rTanson will remain here for a week's
Mr. and Mrs. Taft Owen, Mrs.
Jorion Glazener and daughters, Bes
ie and Margaret, were Sunday
?uests of Mrs. Ann Galloway, who
s reported as improving after an
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Winchester and
children of Calvert were Sunday vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pharr.
Mr. an3" Mrs. L. M. Bauknight and
children of Easley, were guests of
Mf.< attd Mrs. Craig Whitmire Sun
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Harrison
of Sapphire, spent Sunday with Mrs.
J. S. Galloway.
Probate Judge R. A. Hudson,
Clive Bates and Wallace Cantrell of
Pickens were Rosman visitors Sun
Cling Galloway of Cherryfield, was
a business visitor to Rosman Monday.
Miss Virginia Bruner and Clarke
Johnson, Miss Clarke and Lewis
Howard and Ed Ray of Lake Toxa
way, were guests of Miss Alma Gal
loway Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Morrison
and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mull and
daughter, Viola, of Brevard, motor
ed to Franklin Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White accom
panied their daughter, Miss Eliza
beth, to Gloucester Sunday. Miss
Elizabeth is teaching at Shoal Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Melton were
Brevard visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harve McGaha spent
the week-end in Tennessee, return
ing home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zachary of
Asheville, spent Friday night as
quests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Watkins, leaving
Sunday for San Antonio, Texas, to
accompany the latter's brother, Wil
liam Watkins. home. Mr. Watkins
has been confined in the W. 0. W.
hospital there for the past two years.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McClure and
children were Gloucester viistors
Mrs. Lee R. Fisher and son (Joy,
Fred Stroup, Edwin Staton, Claud
Glazener, Wash Fisher and Misses
Frances Edens, Lora and Willie
Cantrell, Ora Moore and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Fisher enjoyed a trip and
chestnut hunt to Lake Toxaway
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Head and
three children, of Canton, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Israel and Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Sig
Mrs. Richard Harrison of Sapphire
was a Rosman visitor Saturday.
Ernest Wilkerson of Mooresville,
is spending several days as guest of
his brother, Dr. J. B. Wilkerson.
Bill Jackson spent Sunday at
Middle Fork as guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Morgan and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Loon Whitmire and daughter
Mae, were Sunday guests of Mr. and
(Mrs. Lynch Whitmire.
W. P. Hogsed of Brevard, spent
the week-end as guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Glazener.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crow and Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Everette of Easley,
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Lewis.
Messrs A. M. Pharr, W. C. Whit
mire, Charlie Batson, Henry Mor
gan left the first of the week for a
several days' hunt to Old Toxaway.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weber of
Chicago, 111., a recent bride and
groom en route to Havana, Cuba,
stopped over for a short visit to Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Galloway recently.
Mrs. Sarah Galloway spent Satur
day night as guest of her son, J. C.
Galloway at Brevard.
J. B. Rogers and Mrs. Claud Kil
bv and Miss Mildred Watkins were
Hendersonville visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Galloway were
guests of Frank Galloway in Glou
Mrs. Julian Boley and children
spent Wednesday night as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Boley.
Mrs. L. M. Watkins is spending
several days as guest of her mother,
Mrs. W. F. Merrill, at Little River.
Mr. end Mrs. H. G. Stophel and
Mrs. Mayme Barletson spent Sunday
in Hendersonville, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Moody Hoxitt.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Watkins and
family were guests at a birthday
dinner at the home of Mrs. Nannie
Zachary of Brevard, Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Jesse C. Owen of
Pickens, were supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Stophel, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Galloway and
children were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Fisher in Gloucester
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Stophel and
Mrs. Mayme Barletson were Brevard
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mason and
children of Gloucester, were guests
of Mrs. Oliver Galloway Sunday.
Mrs. Cole Pangle and son Ernest,
and Lawrence Whitmire spent tho
week-end visiting relaitves near '
J. Colie Owen and daughter, Miss I
Reba, and Fred Kilpatrick of Glou- 1
cester were Brevard visitors Sun
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sumerel and
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson and
children were East Fork visitors
Carilee McCall of Gloucester, was
a business visitor to Rosman Mon
L. R. Chapman and son Ralph,
were Brevard visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McLean and |
daughter Emma Jane, and son Bert,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leathers and
?on Robert, A. M. White Jr. and
Miss Edna White visited Miss Paul
ine Leathers and Miss Rosa McLean
at Weaver College, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lyday and
daughter Annie, MIrs. (Hatt/ie Reid
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Reid at Reid's Siding.
Mrs. W. H. Jackson and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Meece visited Mrs. Bill
Meece at Old Toxaway Sunday.
Mrs. C. L .Moss, Mr. and Mrs.
Doyle Moss, Miss Ruth Alexander,
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Whitmire and
daughter, LaVerne, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hutches at their
summer home, "LoVern" Sunday.
Alda Hall of Gloucester was a bus
ines3 visitor to Rosman Monday.
M. G. Duncan was a visitor at
Big Cane Brake Sunday.
Miss Irene Galloway of Cole Mtn.
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Culwell Galloway.
Marion Glazener and Prince Can- j
non were Sunday guests of Elie Can
Mrs. Belle Morgan of Old Toxaway
was in Rosman Monday.
Mrs. Martha Gillespie and son
Ralph, attended the Gravely reun
ion at Rockv Bottom Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bell and son
A. P. Jr. were Sunday guests of
Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Cleveland
Stewart. . ? , _ ,
Mrs. Mart. Morgan of Old Toxa
way, was a Rosman visitor tne latter
part of the week. ?
Claud Looper of Pickens and
Jack Turner, of. New Jersey, were re
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion
N. W. Reid of Pickens, was a sup
per guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ly
day Sunday night. , _
Mrs. Ed Hendricks of Old Toxa
way, spent Wednesday night as
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H.
' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edney and
Crittent Galloway spent Sunday at j
Larry Simpson of Greenville,
spent Wednesday night as guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mahoney.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyar Crow and
Clarence Crow of New1-?; S. O.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Noah Whitmire and daughter,
Connie, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie Whitmire.
Mrs. Wade Towns and son Ralph,
of Pickens, are spending several
days as guests of the former s
mother, Mrs. John Gillespie.
Robert Lyday spent Sunday night
as puest of his uncle, Willie Reid, at
Reid's Siding. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meece of Pick
ens, were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Jackson.
Ms. Cos Paxon of Greenville, was
a business visitor to Rosman Mon
day. __ _ ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. wmtmire anu
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Gar
field Duncan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jarrett and
daughter, Reubenia spent the week
end at Brevard as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford Lance.
D. Morgan of Middle Fork, was a
Rosman visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Mich Aiken and children of
Middle Fork, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius Powell Saturday.
Mrs. Tom Whitmire spent Friday
as guest of her sister, Mrs. Wash
Walter Reece has been busy for
several days installing a Delco
Lighting system for Prof. J. A.
Glazener at his father, s home at
Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Galloway of
Middle Fork, were Rosman visitors
Mrs. John Chapman and daughter
of Old Toxaway, were guests of the
former's daughter, Mrs. Chas. Miles,
Misses Maxie Petit and Clessie
Chapman were Brevard visitors the
latter part of the week.
Misses Bessie and Margaret Glaz
ener visited Mrs. Mary Petit and
Miss Sallie Whitmire Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Powell at
tended the Powell re-union held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pow
ell at Shoal Creek Sunday.
Mrs. T. J. Galloway and daughter
Lucile, spent the week-end in Bre
vard, as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Montaree and Helen Gal
loway and T. P. Galloway were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. McCrary
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Morgan and
daughters, Elsie, Frances and Sel
ma, and son Gaston, spent Sunday in
Mrs. F. Paxton and daughter, An
nie Mae and son Ralph, and Thomas
Jordan of Calvert, were Brevard vis
Miss Lucile Henderson of Quebec
visited her uncle, Charles Hender
Mrs. Roe Rice was a guest of
Mrs. Dan Glazener Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Duff Glazener of
Greenville, are spending a few days
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tal
Miss Alma Galloway was a guest
of Mrs. D. L. Morgan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cope and chil
dren of Pickens, were guests of R.
K. Powell, Saturday.
Kay Collins was a dinner guest of
Charles Glazener Sunday.
Mrs. R. A. Collins is reported
quite ill at her home here.
Thomas Glazener spent Saturday
night as gu?st of Earl White.
Mack Christopher of Pickens, was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Glaz
Improved Uniform International
T Lesson !
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D.D., Dean
Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(?. 1921. Western Newspaper Union.)
Lesson for October 6
RECOGNIZING OUR DEBTS TO
GOLDEN TEXT ? Look not every m^a
on his own things, but every man all
on the things of others.
LESSON TEXT? Mark 11:18- 3
PRIMARY TOPIC? Helping On#
JUNIOR TOPIC? Helping One
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR Td?
IC? What Do We Owe to OthnrsT I
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT T(ip.
IC ? Fulfilling Our Obligation to Othfrs. J
The sum total of human duty as |
set forth by Christ In Matthew 22 4
40 Is love to God and one's nelghl r.
This comprehends every concelvaje
relationship and responsibility of 1!
The measure of love to God Is
whole capacity of man to love. lie
measure of love to one's neighborly
one's love for himself.
1. Loving God (Mark 12:28-30).
Man's firsi duty Is to God. The wnl
which sums up his duty to God Is It e.
By loving Is meant a sincere de re
for and a delight In the welfare of
the one loved, and a willingness tolo
everything possihle to further It L
Is not a sentimental emotion, but
ardent passion which absolutely swfrs
the one who loves. When one Is swayd
by the passion to please, honor ad
glorify God, he Is loving Him with Is
whole heart, strength and mind.
fail to render full obedience to tjB,
the first and greal commandment.is
to be guilty of committing the gr<t
est sin. By tills test we can ready
estimate our freedom from sin. b
termlned by this standard, all re
guilty before God. We should put 6d
first In all of life's relationship!
II. Loving Our Neighbor (Mk. 12:1
This obligation Is like unto the b
ilgatlon to God In that It centergn
love. The measure of love Is not je
same. The measure of love to Go4s
the absolute lltnlf of human capacy.
That unto our neighbor Is "as
self." Our neighbor Is a finite beb
therefore the love Is not absolie.
Who is my neighbor? This Is snsw^d
by the story of the good samaritain
Luke 10:30-37. Our neighbor is le
who Is Id need of onr help. It Is n<?
question of where he lives, but of Is
need of help. Some of the ways we in
love our neighbor, as suggested by le
texts selected by the lesson comit'
tee, are: -
L By co-operation (Neb. 4:15-j)
The walls of Jerusalem needwto
be rebuilt. The task was great id
the enemies strong. Nehemiah cdd
not have done it alone, though wk
ing all the days of his life, but "evp
one unto bis work" made the wis
a reality I a short time. Racial <1
darity is a reality. "No man lith
unto himself," therefore human fe
Is lived at Its best In co-operam
with one another.
2. By the strong bearing then
tirmities of the weak (Rom. 15:1)
By this means we build up eh
other. We are given strength, note
use for ourselves, but that we ly
help sustain the weak. We are ncto
pleare ourselves. Our supreme r
ample In this is Jesus Christ Hie
had pleased Himself, He never wld
have come down to earth, taken lr
nature and suffered the shame of?e
cross. The rich are to help the pr.
Indeed, some are made rich in otr
that they may Intelligently reer
helpful service to the poor.
3. By rendering lowly service (Jl.
The supreme business of life lfo
serve, not to be served. Christ (ie
not to be ministered nnto, buto
minister (Mark 10:45). Christ, th<b
equal with God, humbled HImselo
become the servant of men. Thau
man mind Is naturally selfish, tie
fore the only way man can posjly
render lowly service to others fo
have the mind of Christ. The
way this mind can be in us Iks
Christ is in us, tiie Ixird of our Is.
4. By rendering justice to e[
one (Col. 3:12; 4:1).
All our fellows hnve rights vte
must be recognized to aecomjh
which the elect of God must put '
mind of mercy and kindness
3:12). This kind of treatment
Illustration !c our iiome relation's
?wives and husbands, parents
children, masters and servants,
ure to render Justice Is a sourctf
dlBCord and confusion.
6. By giving to others (Jas.
Christianity shows itself in
tlcal living and charitable glvinA
profess to have faith and be dest|e
of practical deeds is to give the 1
During ttie World war a de*p?r
wounded German and an equally
perately wounded Englishman we
ing on the field side by side,
heard each other murmur "Mi
and "Mother," and through ign
of each other's language they 'I
in "mother" a word that made
brothers. They made each otlieJJi
that they must pray 'mother,
gethsr they prayed "lluser Vi
blst im Himmel !" and "Our
which art In heaven."
UNIQUE PARTY IS GIVEN BY
A unique party, which proved
highly enjoyable, was that given by
th ? Brevard Institute faculty Friday
evening in the reception parlor of
Taylor Hail, the form of entertain
ment featuring a faculty school.
The faculty members, dressed as
little girls and boys, were taken
back to the days of their childhood
when bean shooting and fist fighting
were the order of the day among
school children. The teacher, Miss
Alberta Tarr, was kept busy main
inp order in the school with her "un
ruly children," but managed to pre
serve sufficient order until the
"noon hour," when the pupils formed
in line and marched around the
room to be given their lunch served
in paper bags, containing sandwich
es, fruit and cake.
Miss Tarr and Miss Beaird were
hostesses of the occasion.
The Homemakers class of the
Baptist church entertained at the
home of Mrs. W. S. Price Jr. Friday
evening, in honor of Mrs. Wallace
Hartsell, retiring teacher of the
Mrs. Radford, president, explained
the object of the party, and pre
sented a present to Mrs. Hartsell.
The class spent an enjoyable time,
engaging in contests and games,
after which a delicious salad course
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Avery Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mc
Neely, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Case,
Mr. and Mre. Avery Galloway, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Price Jr., Rev. and
Mrs Wallace Hartsell, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Puette, Mrs. H. E. Erwin,
Mrs. S. W. Radford, Mrs. S. R.
Joincs, Mrs. Will Morris, Mlrs. Will
Grogan, Mrs. E. T. Raines, Mrs. Or
ville Simpson, Mrs. C. S. Osborne,
Mrs. J. I. Crawford, Mrs. Dean,
Mrs. Charles Pickelsimer.
PHILATHEAS ELECT OFFICERS
FOR NEW YEAR
Members of the Philathea jlass of
the Baptist church met in the
church parlors Tuesday evening for
the regular monthly meeting. The
Misses Ashworth were hostesses of
The chief matters of business
transacted was the election cf offi
cers, which resulted as follows:
President Miss Marjorie Garren; vice
president. Miss Eva Call; second
vice preslednt, Miss Jewel Ashworth;
second vice president, Miss Lena
Allison; third vice president, Miss
Janie Strickland; secretary, Miss
Thelma Ashworth; assistant secre
tary, Miss Myrtle Tinsley; treasurer.
Miss Annie Shipman; reporter, Miss
Following the resignation of Mrs.
B. F. Beasley as teacher of the
class, Miss Mary Frances fiiggers
was elected teacher in her place.
A pleasant social time and refresh
ments were enjoyed at the conclus
ion of the business meeting.
SARAH JANE WHITMIRE
Little Sarah Jane Whitir.ire cele
3rated her sixth birthday with a
party at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Whitmire, on
Franklin avenue, Tuesday afternoon.
Games and contests were enjoyed
by the children during the after
noon, and the opening of the various
birthday gifts by the little hostess
added to the pleasures of th<? occa
sion. The large birthday cake on
which were six little candlos de
lighted the little folks.
| Invited guests to assist Sarah
.Jane in celebrating the happ/ occa
sion were: Junior Holt, Paula Mae
|Smathers, Mary Louise Whitmire,
: Thomas Edmund Whitmire, Jack
, Whitmire, Nelle McGehee, Louise
McGehee, Stanley Morris, Perry
Pushell, Poolsie Crary, Jerome Moltz,
Joe Cooper, Tom Cooper, Betty
Cooper, Ethelyn Pickelsimer, Billy
Duckworth, Junior and Dorothy '
Poole, Sonny Boy Carr, Lillian Zach
ary, Nancy Love Ranson.
RALLY DAY OBSERVANCE AT
The regular monthly meeting of
the Presbyterian Auxiliary will be
held at the Hut this Thursday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock. Cards have
been sent out to the entire member
ship, including the Home Circle, and
every woman whose name is on the
membership roll of fhe Presbyterian
church is urged to be present.
A speaker from Hendersonville,
Mrs. J. S. Hunter, will conduct the
devotionals, and a program will be in
charge of Misses Louise and Char
lotte Brown. Tea will be served by
the officers at the conclusion of the
SELICA NEWS NOTES
Many of our folks attended the
singing convention at Brevard Sun
day and report a good time and won
It was sad news to hear of the
death of Mrs. Huston Barton, which
sad event occurred last Thursday
monring, after a long illnesu. Her
many friends will miss her itnd her
Luther White and family, of Mills
River, are visiting in our section.
Mrs. Roxie Dunn left Sunday to
join her daughter, who has a posi
tion in Asheville.
Tom McKinna is working s.s night
watchman on the Cherryfield Farms.
Many of our folks expect to at
tend the Barton reunion to be held
at the home of Timothy Barton at
David Orr and party went :o Hen
Coy Hogsed visited Ray Waldrop
Mrs. Henry McKinna, who has been
in Transylvania hospital for two
weeks, was brought home last Friday
and is yet in a very serious condi
tion, but we are still hoping for her
Many of our farms looked like
lakes last Friday, but did not do so
much damage as was done near Bre
vard and other points in the lower
end of the county.
Presley Galloway, who has been
away for an operation for appendi
citis, is back home and doing fine.
The next lesson for our Saturday
evening prayer meeting will be from
First Psalm, conducted by Myrtle
Mrs. Dewey McCall and son, G. D.
are visiting friends in South Caro
We are glad to have some of the
young folk from Glady Branch visit
our B. Y. P. U.
Grady Lance and Wilie Dunn vis
ited Carlee Mann Sunday.
WE CAN MAKE MORE
fAONEY FOP YOU ON
of 276,003 Cows
"AMAZING," scy feeders when shown the results of
J*- the eicht months' dairy profits survey conducted
by the Purina Mills, Figures were obtained on
276,003 cows fed hand mixtures, Purina, and 55 other
commercial rations. Here's what they showed:
Yearly Profit per Cow:
Average on ha^l mixed rations $124.10
Average o:i 55 eommcrcinl rations 138.70
Average on Purina Cow Chow 164.25
The average Purina' profit was $19.80 per ton of
feed more than on other commercial rations and :
$27.04 more than on hind mixed rations. "
Frankly, Purina results are the one big reason why
we decided to handle^Purina Chows ? because we
know they'll make you ijiore money. Come in and
let us help you With you? feeding problems ? or
B. & B= FEED and SEED CO.
Brevard, N. C. Phone 66
The Store with the Checkerboard Sign