I Local and Personal Items f
Mark Taylor Orr and James Lnm
ley, of Mars Hill college spent th?
week-end -with the former# parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Orr.
Lawrence Holt, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Holt has been ill at tko
Waltermira hotel for the past few
days. o ... iAJft
Glenn Miller spent the week-end
with his parents at their home at
Mrs. Mamie C. Verdery has return
ed from "Charlotte, where she has
been visiting her son, Mr. P. M. Ver
Miss Ethel Williams returned Sun
day to her teaching duties at Golds
hor o after spending the Thanksgiving
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Williams of Penrose.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Verdery and
son, John 'Albert, were visiting in
Brevard on Thursday.
Mrs. W. E. Breese has returned
from a two weeks' visit with her son
in Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. Pearee and her son have
dosed their home for the winter and
will leave Saturday for St. Peters
Miss Reba Kitchen and Miss Flora
Wike were shopping in Asheville
W. E. Breese was a business visi
tor in Asheville Monday.
Mrs. Henry Erwin and son, Henry,
junior, have returned from a visit to
Mrs. Erwiri's sister in South Caro-j
Bill Owen, of Davidson college,
spent the week-end in Brevard vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Cos Paxton, oi Greenville and
her two sons, Branch and Wood, !
spent Wednesday in Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Clement spent
Thursday afternbon in Henderson
Mrs. Bavnette' and daughters, and
Sam Barnett, spent Thanksgiving
day with Mrs. Barnefte's daughter, '
Mrs. Jones, in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sledge and
son af Atlanta spent the week-end
Walter Wood has returned from a
week's visit with his aunt, Mrs. Cos
Paxton, of Greenville. j
Mrs. James Sledge and son, Crag,
and sister, Nancy Lyerly, of Ash?-,
ville, spent Thanksgiving Day in
John McMinn, oij Atlanta, spent
several days last week in Brevard.
Coach and Mrs. F B. Emerson, of
Wake Forest, spent Thanksgiving
with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. J.
Miss Eliza Henry, teacher in the
Gastonia schools, spent the Thanks
giving holidays with her parents,
Hon. and Mrs. W M. Henry.
Mrs. Delia Brooks has returned
from a visit to her nephew, Arthur
Lewis, of Hamlet.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patzey spent
Thanksgiving- day at Davidson col
kge where they attended the foot
I ball game.
Mr. Lamar Lewis, oi Raleigh,
spent the weekend with his family
at the Sledge House. ;
Miss Josephine Clayton left Tues
day for Shelby, where she will at
tend the wedding of Miss KathleeR
( Hoard .. ^
Miss Jennie Hume has been visit
ing her niece, Mrs. J. M. Allison. I
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Mrs. Oliver Crary and daughter,
Mary Harris Crary, of Charlotte 1
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hume Harris.
Mr. A K. Orr and son, Andrew, ]
i were business visitors in Brevard i
! last week. i
Ruel Hunt, of Chapel Hill, spent
Thanksgiving holidays with his aunt, ]
Mrs. J. E. Waters.
Miss Eloise Lewis, teacher in the j
Tarboro schools, and her niece, Miss
Miss Katharine Lewis, of Hamlet, .
spent the Thanksgiving holidays as '
the guests of Mrs. Lewis, in Norih 4
Brevard. , '
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Mrs. McDevitt and grand-,daugter, 1
Annid Katherine Henderson, have }
moved from Whitmire street to Miri- k
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Giraud and
son, Carwcll, have returned to their i
home in New Orleans after spending ]
sometime at Radford House. ;
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Miss Sarah Howard, of Ashcville,
niece of MMrs. S. W. Radford, has ]
returned home after spending the t
Thanksgiving holidays at the Rad- ?
ford House. 5
Mr Ernest McFaul, of Rcsman, |
spent the week-end in Brevard
Ashe Macfle, of Davidson college, ?
spent the Thanksgiving holidays in
Brevard, visiting his parents. Dr. v
and Mrs. S. M. Macfie. 'j
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Mrs. and Mrs. A. G. Kyle, John (
Chaoman and Charlie Corn spent , J
Saturday in Asheviile [Y
(By Special Arrangement Betwen this ; *
newspaper and Harper's Bazaar) 'J
Bows For The Belles j '
The bow cnce upon a time, was re- 1
served as a slightly sentimental touch
of ornamentation for lingerie and j
afternoon dresses. But not so now. r.
It's winning factor of many c sports
outfit. A house famous for its nandij
knitted costumes makes little crochet- 1
ed and knitted bows in the brightest j
wools there are, attaches them to met- ;
al clips and you snap them on to the j ,
current sweater or dress for town or 1 .
country wear. The milliners are al-!,
most incapable of making a hat with- ! *
out some sort of knitted affair. It:
may take one form or another but j t
when the hat's finished it's pretty j ,
sure to have two pert tab ends veer- j
ing off at a flip angle. Many of the j ?
new collars and the ubiquitous whitt j i
capelets which have swept over young j
American's shoulders tie in place ! .
with neat bows, thereby simplifying I
taking them off for laundering. Bows a
Folks, it looks as if better times are here.
Egg prices are up and today it takes less
than $6 worth of Lay Chow to get $31
worth if eggs monthly from every 100
hens. That leaves $25 cash from every
100 hens for you. Come in next Tuesday,
Thursday or Saturday and let's talk this
new deal through. It will make you some
extra ready money right now.
Feed & Seed Co.
THE STORE WITH THE CHECKERBOARD SIGN
OAKLAND NEWS j
3taged a mock wedding Thanksff'""?
Sng? with Miss Lula Reid and!
Miss Evon Sanders as brides and j
C. Sanders and Chffo: Norton per
bridesgrooras. Ciarer.ce N t
formed the ceremonies. Those pre
Sod to have gotten quite a lot of
fun out of the- occassion.
Mr. and W
MIX. ?!"** T5"Ek,gSf?dof
their motor, Mrs. S. B . Ato*n? ,
Miss Myrtle. McCall and Mis ^
Sanders were joint hostesses and i
Srs g\V?nsatS^derT' Thanksgiving |
?Ut! B. Reid was a Brevard visitor ^
"walkNicholson spent Friday night (
ivith Ford. Reid and family at >n ,
iome at Sapphire. , I
Leo Reid, Kile Galloway, J"m?5 1
Ball and Cecil Sanden i were a . ,
he sick list last week but all are
Sf tafflfto be out on her crutches.
Gus Galloway, of Glenville visited
lis little son, h'ile, last. week. (
E. A. Reid attended the FatheyS ,
;anquet with his son, Leo, at Rosman ]
3icrh school last week. t?v?flav *
Mvs. Wade Nicholson sPen^Vd * 1
vening with Mrs. Clarence Nonon.
Mkf Alberta Burgess called on
Iks. W. F. McCall Sunday after- ^
10Ar'chie Alexander, wb(\ ha? .b^ e
ren^here,Ptft%ondeakrVfor his , .
Tlrsi "fifcrtfedl U^sitin|hcr.;
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ji. L.,;
5aMMrSLee Norton was honored with ' 3
t sorpri^f birthday dinner last week 1
Prepared by her ^ ^ 1
'larenc" Norton and granddaughter, ;
& V? 8 t !
'as? ion was a great surprise and 1 WJ }
,0 remembered and appreciated bj ,
he honoree for many moons. j ^
If we ever have to express oc
ief in one thief being a ?rffei th'^
i /.fVfir thiove^ we would say ^ae
ne or ones that took the lamps from t
ake Toxaway Baptist, ,
he meanest thieves m the whoie }
lcts of sickness ?moiw to j
bildren of this section now. oo muc . B
hat Lake Toxaway lor !
? ??>? '? ,he"i
^reavement. 1 H
re incrusted in the bodices and skirts
f some dresses. Channel in her iatest
ollection shows more than one even
ng frock with twists of the materi
1 worked as an integral part of the
Iress. There are tricky little fur bows
nade to put on boudoir slippers and ,
The versality of these Parisian de- !
igncrs! They are so inventive there.'
eems to be no end of the things they j
urn their hands to. Now Madcmois- 1
ille Chanel is having an exhibition of j
iiamonds. All Paris is agog to find
:hat she has elected to show stones
with the old cuttings. There are no
mguettes, none of the modern square
ruittings. Instead she has gone in for
)ld ross type of facetting. Wax man
nequins are used for the display snd
she emphasizes the ensemble idea, the
iewels designed for special costumes.
They are even used to circle some of
lier new hats. The settings are ex
tremely simple. She stresses stars,
sunbursts, fringes and the popular
There's a new feeling to the latest
hats. Manipulation of the body em
ployed is of foremost importance,
whether it be an intricately woven
jersey or a fine toyo panama. There
are deep creases across the crown or
folds, casual in effect, elaborate in
:onstruction. This means that the hat
is more important looking than it ha3
been of late, a little heavier. The
poke brim is very becoming when it
is mounted on a decidedly shallow
crown. It frames the face nicely.
There are some very wide brims
shown for resort wear which fre
quently have deep ripples in them.
The whole movement looks like a re
action against the strictly tailored,
rather severe sailor of last sprang.
To be sure there are some sailors in
the present collection, but for the
most part they desert the old stiff
line. One that I saw swings up brisk- ,
ly in the back, dipping in the front j
to shade the eyes. There is less trim
ming at the moment than we have ac
customed ourselves to, the intricacy
of draping being the chief feature
of the newest bonnets.
FOR SALE ? Fancy paper shell pe
can five pound bags $1.50 post paid,
direct from our farm, South Ga. Pa
per shell pecans are noted for deli
cious flavor, try a bag. Lai-ger quan
tity w ri tefovyampl e and pvics. Car
Thanksgiving Day in Brevard wes
made more enjoyable because of the
marriage on that day of Miss Ruth
Cantrel) to Mr. Charles McCrary, two
of Brevard's most popular young
people. The heme of the bride's par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. J. 0. Cantreli, was
the scene of the happy event, and
many relatives and friends- of the
contracting parties were in atten
dance. Rev. Paul Hartsell, pastor of
the Brevard Baptist church, officiat
Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Leon
English, Jr., presiding at the piano,
played "Canzone Amorosa," "I love
You Truly," and "Ah, Sweet Mys
tery of Life, interspersed with two
solos by Mrs. Carl McCrary, sister
in-law of the bride, singing, "B-a
:ause," and "Oh, Promise Me." Dur
ing the ceremony Mrs. English play
;d softly, Nevin's "Buona Notte."
The reception room where the vows
tvere spoken was effectively decorat
ed in autumn leaves and evergreens,
:arrying out the unusual color scheme 1
3f red and gold. The vows were l
spoken before an improvised aitar 1
>acked with mirrors intertwined with
autumn leaves ana evergreens. The <
iltar was flanked .with large drooping !
ferns and brass candelabra holding 5
tall lighted red candles. The piano >
ind mantles held brass candlesticks
searing red tapers casting thair soft ?
jlow over the darkened room. <
At the strains of Mendelssohn's
.vedding march, played by Mrs. Eng- 1
ii-h, the bride entered on the arm
if her father, who gave her in mar
riage. Preceding ihe bride was Miss
Elizabeth Mills, maid of honor, who '
iiiproached the altar alone, followed <
jy the groom and his best man, Mr.
The bride was attired in a Bur
gundy colored coat suit with white <
?civet blouse and a close fitting feath- <
:r hat in Burgundy color with acces
sories to match. She were a corsage :
if white gardenias caught with a vel
vet bow. As something old, she wore i
i gold brooch which has been in her
nother's family for more than 150 ,
Miss Mills wag* dressed in Bur-',
jundy colored crcpe, with close fit
;ing hat of same shade. She carried j
in arm bouquet of bronze chrysan- s
:hemurns. The bride's mother, Mrs. !
i. 0. Car.rrell, wore a crepe and vel-j
ret gown in brown, and the groom's |
mother, Mrs. J. A. McCrary, was .
Iressed in black and ecru crepe, both !
veaving shoulder bouquets pf red 1
Following the ccremony, a Thanks
jiving luncheon was served buffet ]
ityle. The dining table further em- i
jhasized the prevailing color note i
vith its brass candlesticks and red 1
andles, and a three-tier bride's cake i
centering the ecru into covered ta
ble. Mrs. D. L. English' and Mrs.
I.odema Robertson poured posfee,
seated at either end of the table. As
sisting in serving were Miss Margar
et Barnettfc and Miss June Grogan
arid little Misses Mary Jane Walker
and Janifc Wilson, cousin of the;
bride. Mrs. H. L. Wilson, aunt of
the bride, received the guests at the
door as they arrived.
Immediately following th?j lunch
eon, the bride and groom left en aj
short honeymoon motor trip into the1.
Great Smoky mountain section, af
ter which they returned to Brevard
to make their home.
Mr. McCrary is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McCrary, and is also a
Brevard High school graduate. He
is connected in business with his
brother, Carl McCrary, in the Mc
Crary Tire and Battery company. |
MISS FLOY PONDER HOSTESS 1
AT PARTY IN PENROSE
On last Friday night Miss Ploy ?
Fonder, of Penrose, was hostess at
party given at her home between the (
hours of eight ar.d twelve o'clock.
This occasion proved to be one
)f the most delightful events to hap
pen in the social life of Penrose this
tail and was greatly enjoyed to the
itmost by all participating.
There were numerous guests from
Brevard and other sections of the
immunity attending this affair.
CELEBRATE SIXTH ANN IV EE- '
Mr. and Mrs. George Snelson en- 1
iertained with a delightful party in
:elebration of their sixth wedding an
niversary, at their home in North
Brevard Monday evening.
The house was most attractively
decorated for the occasion, carrying
>ut the holiday spirit in every de
tail. There was dancing and music
and refreshments, the 25 couples at
tending having a most enjoyable
INTERESTING PROGRAM TO
BE PRESENTED SATURDAY
A most interesting musical pro- 1
>ram will be given at the Brevard Ir.-j
stitute Saturday evening, beginning!
*t 7:30 o'clock, in the Chapel.
The principal numbers on this pro-1
Uram are a soprana solo by Missj
4gnes Anderson Clark of Waterloo,)
3. C., and several Spanish voca' se-i
ections, the singers being dressed in
:he native costume of Guatemala. !
Miss Anderson, who directs the I
program, is the daughter of a Mis
sionary to Central America and was
reared in Guatamala. She came to the '
Jnited States for her education, and J
received her musical training in Cm
! The rabbits were m scared Thanks
j giving that they stayed cuddled ujip-.
jin their beds.
A cloud of gloom hovered over this
! community Sunday when the pew<
of the death of Mrs. C. C- Caw ma'%?
received here. Mrs. Case was a fav
srito with her inap.y friend# here.
Mr. J. B. Reese, of West Asiieviile
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3.
A. Rees? Saturday.
Reports are that Mr. J. A. Reese
Is recovering rapidly from an attack'
Messrs. Charlie snd Perry Orr
killed a large bear recently.
Mrs. Larry Simpson and nephew,
Herman Hollingsworth visited Mrs.
0. D, Reese Saturday.
SAT CAVE MAN DIES
David Frank Cannon, age 64, of
Bat Cave, died at the Patten Memor
ial hospital in Hendcrsonviile Mon
day afternoon after an illness of se*-*
oral weeks. He has been in very bad
health for some months now.
Funeral services were held in Hen
dersonville at the home of Elza Sam-"
pie oil Tuesday afternoon at 3 :00
Mr. Cannon is survived by the fol
lowing: Mrs. Clara Freeman Cannon,
Mrs. TV. W. Stringfel'.ow, a sister,
Archie Cannon a brother. Franklin
Cannon, a son, and Miss Nancy Can
non, a duaghtcr.
oinnati; taught music in Sue Bennett
college, a Methodist institution in
Miss Leone Lemons will accompany
Miss Anderson with Miss Rhuemms
Beddingfield at the piano,
There will be no admission charge
and the public is cordially invited to
TO OBSERVE WEEK OF PRAYER
The ladies of the Baptist church
will observe the week of prayer with
a series of meetings which will b?
devotc-d to the study of various phases
Of the missionary work.
On Tuesday there will be a study
of Palestine, Syria,. Europe, Africa,
Japan, and China, in charge of Mrs.
W. H. Duckworth.
Wednesday is the day of prayer
and will be in charge of Mrs. T. P.
Ward. This day is observed as a
World-wide day of prayer.
On Thursday Mrs. Roy Long will
have charge of the program when a
study will be made of Thibet, Argen
tine, Mexico ana Brazil.
Miss Marjorie Young, of Cullowliee
spent the week-end in Brevard.
Mrs. A. H. Harri3 visited Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Duckworth in Marshall
Mr. J. C. Champion and Mr. Mar
tin were Brevard visitors Wednesday.
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