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PAGE FIVE SOCIETY... Parties and Entertainments Personal Mentim Imlvpa thla week for Ket Smyrna. Fla., for. the. winter. ; T.r p v Hunter lias returned it out lis vacation. :o. : m and Mrs. A. B, Drafts are spend- some time in New York city. s : m :o: -. ;u Postmaster S. Y. Rryson spent sev eral days last week in Concord. Mr and Mrs. N. Buckner of AsiaC yiUe attended the conceit at Fassifera Wednesday nighty . . , o? nr Guy U Dixon is attending the .nnual meeting of the Southern.. Med ical Association in Atlanta his week. :o: Miss Delia. Davis, who has been sending some - time in Asheville Is now visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr $ j. Davis for a few weeks. ' Mr and Mrs. Geo, Maleolmson will leave next week for Newhaveii, Fla., where they will spend , a part ot the winter. ish -v , I :o: u Misses Minnie Crane and Pearle Beason are visiting relatives .and friends in Spartanburg and Pelzer, S. C. . :o: ' Mrs. Lyman, who has been spend ing the summer and ajitumn here witn her mother, Mrs. M. G. Scriven, return ed to her home in Savannah Monday. :o: . Miss jane Connor left last Tuesday; for Clinton, S. C, where she has ac cepted a position with the Southern Bell Telephone company. :o: Miss Anna -McCullougb left. last Albert-Marshall has sold the Blue. Ridge gararge and he and Mrs. Mar shall went to AshevlliA 1 locate A Their frieadsterfr regret their - . - . w . V " 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. : N. -Wrenshall and children are spending some lime with; Mrs. WrenshallV sister, Mrs. Bartlett Shipp, pending the completion of thei new home on West second avenue which they expect tabe able to occupy next week. . - v C. R. Whltaker, who with Mrs. -Whit-aker and their daughter, Miss Louise, has been with relative in Georgia for several weeks, was stricken with a very acute illness last week and was operated i'pon in an Atlanta hospital on "last Saturday. The latest message from Mrs. Whitaker states that the operation was successful and that he was doing as well as could be expect ed. "His many friends here are hoping ne will nave a speedy-recovery. Miss, Ann Crlnkley; daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bv F. Crinkleyind C.;Harry Harty, son of C. W .Harty, both of this city, were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, on South Main street yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. T. E. Simpson, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating, and Mr. and Mrs. Harty are now on a short wedding trip visiting in Spartanburg and Greenville, S.C. :o: " . Meeting Woman's Clnb. At a meeting of the Woman's" club at the library on last Wednesday af ternoon, Mrs. Michael Schenck was elected president of the club to. suc- week for Darlington, S. C, whera shb j ceed Mrs. J. W. Baifey who had re. will assist in the office of the Darling. ton telephone exchange. :o: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. "Mclntire spent Thursday and Friday of last week vis iting and taking in the fair at Spar tanburg. ' id: Miss Bertha Williams, teacher of the sixth grade at the city graded school, has gone to Montana for the winter She has been succeeded bfr Miss Gladys Hodges. :o: Mrs. M. G. Scriven and daughter Miss May Bond, have closed their cot tage on Oakland street, for the winter and are spending a while at The Cedars. .5: - ; Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Finnegan leav Saturday for Rosman where they wiil make their future home. Mr.Finnegen has accepted a responsible positlo;n with a. lumber .concern there. Mr3. Finnegen wilt first visit relatives la South Carolina before joining her hus band. :o: Jnninor Caracas Entertained. The Junior Baraca class of the First Presbyterian church was entertained last Thursday night by Miss Cl in li?. Sample, teacher, at her home on North Main street. There were eighteen boys present and after a short busi ness session games were played and an interesting guessing contest was en gaged in. This was followed by delic ious refreshments. :o: Fassifera otes. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Curtiss, delight fully entertained the faculty and stu dents of Fassifern school Friday even ing, at their hospital and attractive "home. ..- Miss Mary Thrall, of Asheville, will begin her lessons in domestic science at Fassifern on Friday and Saturday of this week. Miss Thrall is a grad uate of Framingham. Massachusetts Normal College, which is one of the most noted in the United States in the line of domestic science: Twelve stu dents of Fassifern have been enrolled for this course. signed because of other duties. Mrs Schenck being the present secretary this will necessitate the election of a secretary at tne next meeting of the club. LITTLE GYPSY BABY, Llttle Gypsy baby, You're not afraid one bit; . Playing in the dirt there You're loking mighty fit, Running round your mother. - She's such a gaudy queen, ; But you love her, don't you. If folks do say she's mean, v ' ''. ' . Little Gypsy baby, .' For all your baby ways, -. ' " We'll see some day . who payfr There's a mystery lurking In' yourAptftttyfeyes, .. : V Such vaittle, baby - ' ";-: .: . .To look so awful wise. l' , . r '-Wand'rtng mite of baby, -. . . A vagabond you are, v . Born for: open stretches. No candle but a star; ..Wanderlust is shining - In your baby face, ; .Wanderlmst and romance. - - The her'tage of your race. The Winter time's a-comln ; The air's a-snapin' with cold. The days are growing short, - The year's a-gettin old. . When dark o'even comes A-troopin cros3 the sky, It's the lonesoras time oyear; X5BL loaeaonife'nough to die. - v -Baisy m. hendley. . gtatesvill v N. Cv r FASSIFERN CONCERT nparr COURSE OPENED. Fasslf ern's itxth - annual . concerl course was opened by the Tollefsen trio last Wednesday night at Fassifern school. This organization is one of the highest rank making a specialty of chamber music. Mme. Schnabel-Tol-lefsen is a " remarkable pianistr her temperament, tone and technique being equal to any demands musical. Carl Tollefsen and' his beautiful Guanari violin are too well known among ar tists to need comment The 'cellist, William Durieux, is the equal of any player of this rare instrument now in the concert field, and he is the for tunate possessor of an instrument that responds to every thought of the artist. It is sufficient to say that the ensem ble work was perfect and the program made up of music of the hignest order. first ten days of month ees many deals in dirt. At the meeting last Wednesday the , We rendition of the Thschaikowski literary program was most Interesting. Mrs. L. E, Fisher had a paper on The Gbv'erhmeht of Spain Its Army and Navy," Mrs. G. W. Malcolmson's pappr was on "Education and Priesthood of Spain,' 'and Mrs. E. G. Still well had a paper on "The Religious Life of Spain." ... o: Itelk-Peters. (Special to The Hustler.) Charlotte. N. C. Nov. 15. Rev. and Mrs. George W. Belk announce the engagement Of their daughter Mary Thornton ,to Mr. Robert Lyon Peters, of Kn.oxvlllef Tenn., the marriage to take place on the 28th of December. ' , n.The aniiouncement 'was made at a charming afternoon party at the' nome Of the Misses Belk, on East Ftmrth street, last Saturday afternoon. . . The bride-to-be wore a gown iof black velvet and Georgette, embroid ered In cut steel beads. She Is the second' daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. Belk and is a. most charming and attractive young woman. She was a student of Queens College last year and has made many friends in the city since coming here to live. Mr. Peters is a prominent young business man of Knoxville. He is a former student of Davidson College and has many friends throughout the state. The invited guests were: Misses Ruth Colwell, May Dixon, Bessie Flowe, Dorothy Dotger, Jean McGinn, Mary 'Elizabeth Wearn, Edith Grady, Amy Herrick, Mary Marsh, Margaret Shives, Anabel Neely. Louisa Reed, Gaynell Boone, Merle Booe of -Davidson; Mrs. J. O. Sprinkle, Miss Leon Lane, of Hendersonville, and Mis3 Rachel McNamara, of Lumberton, who Is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Belk. trio in A minor was especially superb, It Is hoped Fassifern may be fortuna enough to hear these musicians again. SOUTH CAROLINIAN DIES FROM PARALYSIS, (Special -to The Hustler.) Hendersonville, Route 1, Nov. 15. Mr. Albon of Aiken, S. C., who has been making his home here this -summer, was found in the road near where he was boarding, helpless with paraly sis, and died soon afterwards. Mr. Albon was sent back to his home in Aiken Wednesday, for burial. : Hunter Lamb of Canton spent Tues day and Wednesday with parents, here jrs0nvilie. Mr. ana Mrs. j .n. ij&juo. A little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Moore was burled at Ebenezer Tuesday.1 Prayer meeting at the Methodist church Sunday night was conducted by Mr. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen moved out to themselves last Monday. ' A party of young people entertained them with a lively serenade Wednesday night. HEBRON-JUMP-OFF LOOP 1YILL ATTRACT MANY YISITORS FOR RENT 5-room cottage ..furnished. Centrally located. J. C Waldrop at post office. 11-16 3p A F8W ipecisiiis For Our Usual Saturday's RUSH Get yours while the getting is GOOD String Beans, 3 for 25c Okra,3 for.. 25c Pork & Beans, 10c size.. 9c " " 15c size...... .. ...14c Peas, 15c size ...12c Lima Beans, 15c size 12c Best whole Rice per lb. ...... 7c Good laundry Soap 7 for. '-.-25c Washing Powders 7 for .... 25c Light House cleanser 7 for.......25c Tea 5c size 3 for ......10c Tea 10c size 2 for. ------- .c Breakfast Bacon per lb - -23c Our Service Quality and Prices will Convince you that, it pays to buy for CASH TIP TOP GROCERY MAIN STREET PHONE U0 The progressives of Hendersonville are arranging to build a scenic high way, to be named "The Hebron-Jumy-off Loop." The route will be along Fifth avenue through Mountainsido Park and Jumpoff road to Mount He bron and thence back to Henderson ville via Indian Cave Park. Mount He bron Road and the Willow road. - This is a splendid movement on the part of the Hendersonville people and will mean much to that splendid littlH city. Such a scenic drive will attract visitors from all sections of the "Land of the Sky," and the South. As a matter of fact, the Asheville Board nicely!0' Trade is interested In and urges tne improvement, or. ruaus auu tainment facilities within a hundred miles of Asheville In every direction, because with the rapidly increasing number of automobiles and the ease of traveling in them, it is necessary . to have a broad area In wnion tney. mav be entertained and good Deeds Receded Adverageg Nearly 3 a , DayConsiderations Named r Range From $1 to $300. Twenty-eight deeds were recorded in' the office of the register-of deeds for Henderson county for the first ten days of November. This was an aver age of nearly three a day. The pros perity of . a' community can always be Judged by the activity of the real es tate market, and judging by the num-herPl- desrcorde Henderson coun ty . is just ; aa . prosperous as any b them. The prices mentioned in the deeds range from $1 tov$3.5Q0,v the lat ter price being paid for. soihe proper ty on Seventh avenue. The following is a list of the trans. fersT as recorded from: November 1 W November 11. ' J. B". Patterson to John T. Wilkins, for $10 and othej valuable considera tions, tract in Crab Creek to wnshipl P. S. ' Pace to Chester Boyce, for $600, lot in Hendersonville. N. T. Freeman and wife to C. C. Maxwell, for $300, tract In Edneyville township. .v . F. S. Wetmur. and wife to. Mabel Brown, for $1,500, lot in Henderson ville on Iowa street. . 04 E. Blythe and wife to Mrs. M. D. Elliott, for $10 and other valuable con siderations, tract in Mills JRiver towg, ship.-- HSKXi'&B&T T. B. Connor and wife to W. P. Gil liam for $200, 45 Reres 'in Edneyvlltc township. s rgi'r . Jr aldwifl and wife to H. E. Lance and wife to" J. D. Garren, R.-D. Garren and B. H. Youngblood, for $5 2327 square feet in Hoopers Creek township. M. P. Andrews and wife" to W. C. Bell and wife, for $100, one-fourth acre in Hendersonville township. P. L. Hyder and wife to W. P. Hy der, for $i00, 11 acres in Blue. Ridge township. J. W. Beddlngfield and wife to G. A. and O. S. Rogers, for $10 and other considerations,; 26 acres in Clear Creek township. , J. J. Baldwin and wife and H. K. Lance and wife to J. D. Garren. for $25, 1980 square feet in Hoopers Creek township. W. W. Hyder, commissioner, to Jon. athan Case and.S. M. King, for the premises and $1, lot in city near East Hendersonville Baptist church. W. W. Lyda, administrator L. M. Ly da, deceased, to Isaac W. Whiteside, for $225, 102 .acres in Hendersonville township. " '- , Edward Shipman and wife to Sallle Shipman. 10 acres in Crab Creek township. - J. L. Hoots and wife to H. D. Hoots and wife, for $400, 10 acres in Blue Ridge township.. H. D. Hoots and wife to E. C. Love, for $500, 10 acres in Blue Ridge twon- ghip. . a Cornelia Nichols to E. C. Bailey of Edgefield. S. C. for $1, tract in Hen- 2C QUEEN M For Week Ending Saturday, November 25th MONDAY, NOV. 20. 'THE ALMIGHTY DOLXAB." Stars Francis Nelson, . E. K - Lincoln and June Elvidge. The story of two sisters, or phaned., compelled to face the world , alope. They 'are taken advantage; of by an nnscrupuL; dus'doctorrbut saved by a manly younfellow . from the West. An inspiring, fascinating story" full of thrills and sensation. u I. TUESDAY. NOV. 21. (The picture everyone goes wild about.) - o - - inSTEB W ' '' Stars Harold; Locjcwood .. and May Allison. - - ; : We say it's the best picture that has ever been booked for Hendersonville, and yon'H say- so too when you see it Read tne story in another column of this paper. .-, . WjSDNESDAY, NOV. 22. : "THE SECRET OF THE SUB 2IABINE.? (Episode' 19.) THE HAZARDS OF HELEN." (Helen Homes Series.). ; Comedy pictures to suit everyone THURSDAY, NOV. 23. HUHAN DRIFTWOODS Stars Robert Warwick & Fran cis Nelson. ; . ' How an evil dancer infatuates a young bachelor, who in later yeara'comes to '. snatch the wo man's niece from a life of degra? dation, and'later?niarries her.- - A story oi - love ,., that knows no bounds. Scenes ' pulsating :: in 1 their" thrilling action. It makes ". your blood bott; and makes ; you clench your fist despite yourself. . FRIDAY, NOV. 24. '.This date Is open, bnt will be filled with an A-l quality picture. . SATURDAY NOV. 25. THE MYSTERIES OF MTBA.' , (8th Episode.) 'A very interesting serial story 1 with beautiful scenery Fearless actors a spirited story that holds you spellbound. ,"Krazy Katand Ignatz Cartoons Animated. "Comedies and Animated Weekly . , News Reels." . - The. latest fashions for wome2i will be sttown both Friday awfe : "Saturday. " quenTh eat re " Get the Queen Habit 5c 10c ... . Great Reduc fionon lillinery See our windows Saturday. W have lowered the prices on all our hats for quick sale mm E. v J. E. Phillips and wife to H. T, and M- A. Justus, for $200 20 acres in Blue Ridge township. Mark Moore, and W. C. Moore and wife to Dulus Stepp- for $1 and other valuable considerations. W. C. Moore ; TO RESTORE HIGHWAY mill tract on 'Edneyville road. j WOULD REQUIRE $5,000 E. C. Snrratt and wife to Hender. $150, roads Skv" will Drove of enormous advant age to every section. Waynesville. Hpndersonville. Brevard. Balsam.. (Marshall. Hot Springs, Mars Hill. Swannanoa, Black Mountain, Ridge j crest, Old Fort, Fairview, Bat Cave, ! Chimney Rock, and every other com- munlty in North Carolina, snouia Dena every effort to improve roads in their sections in order that diversified en tertainment may be had by the people who come into this section. Asheville Energy. HONOR ROLL sonville Lumber company, for tract in Green River township. V W. G. Candler and wife to Hender sonville Light and Power company, for $1,000, 45 acres in Blue Ridge town ship. G. B. Laughter to J. S. Patterson, for $181, lot at East Flat Rock. L. J. Moore and wife to M. L. Shope, for $2,000, 59 acres in Mills River township. J. A. Lyda to G. W. Hall and Ellen Hall, for $14, 45 acres in Edneyville township. U. G. Patterson and wife to J. 8. Patterson, for $500. tract at East Flat Rock. ..R. H. Staton and James E. Shipman, administrator of J. Williams, deceased,- to A. J. Williams, for $46, lot in Hendersonville. J. Mack Rhodes, trustee, to A. J. Williams, for $3,500, lot on Seventh avenue, Hendersonville. R. W. Bryant and wife to E. C. Saw. yer, for $10 and other good and Valua ble considerations, 43 acres in Crab Creek township. Governor-elect Bickett is preparing in every pan of this "Land of the Janua and It Is lanned to nav Thi Amount of Money and Work of Fifty Convicts Needed on Hickory Nut Gap Road. Just before leaving Asheville for Ra leigh, State Engineer W. S. Fallis gave out a statement in which he" said that it would take 50 state convicts and a subscription of $5,000 to place the Hickory Nut Gap road in the condition it was before the flood of last July, ac cording to an Asheville dispatch to the Daily News. The engineer had just re. turned to the city from a tour of the Hickory Nut Gap and Bat Cave sec tions. As there are no federal funds available for these sections and it is not known when the convicts can be placed on the road. Mr. Fallis stated county, in order that the roads lead ing into Buncombe- could be opened. Mr. Fallis says that he thinks this county will" share in the distribution of the fund of $47,000 next spring. it is almost impossible to describe, the conditions, even now existing m the Bat Cave section. The narrow gorge of the Rocky Broad river was swept clean and every semblance of a road was destroyed, making it almost impossible in most places for even an ox team to haul a load. Several of the leading families of the section have moved out, stating that they did not dare takg chances on trying to7 bring In "supplies there "during the winter months. Whether or not th section" will ever be able to regain Iti lost prestage is hard to tell, althouga many predict that tourists, who in th past year flocked to that section by that he did not mint anytmng couia the hundreds and thousands each be done towards relieving the situation summer, will not come again, as they the inauguration January 10. there before next spring. Out of the $97,000 given out of the federal fund to the western North. Car olina counties, $10 000 goes to Hender son county, and it is thought that county will use a part of the money in repairing the Bat Cave section that lies in that county. Buncombe did not share in the distribution of the fund, as the state, highway commis sion felt that the money should be given to the counties surrounding this fear to take the risk of another flood- Others maintain that past years show that no other flood has occurred in that section for a great number of years and that tourists will not be frighten ed by an occurrence that may never, happen again.' Returns from 40 counties of the State indidcate that the four amend ments to the constitution carried. . . i ac f Shaws Creek Graded school for month ending. November 10: First Grade Joe Anders, Lucile Guice, Mollie Ledbetter, Bertha Led better Second Grade Louise, Bly, Thelma Barnwell, Mary Cox. Third Gra3e Raymond Cox, William Fourth Grade Gardiner Bly. Hubert Guice, Charlie Ledbetter. Fifth Grade Elhel Anders, Dohonor Anders, "Estelle Barnwell, Fulton Gar ren. Ruth Guice, Annetta Guice, SamJ uel Houston. Sixth Grade Allen 'Erwiri. Seventh Grade Bessie Wright. Gladys Bruce. EighthGr5de Clyde Cox, Theodore Er win, Bryan Merrill. - DELLA GARREN, Prin.. JEMIMA RYMER. Ass'tl SEWING CLASS ORGANIZED AT THE COLORED SCHOOL. Prof. Robinson has organized a sew ing class in the school. The class is taught by two experienced seamtreses, Mrs. Hattie Robinson and Mrs. Laura Woods. The girls are doing splendid work. ' - - - Cuatt Y. Meat BUY DIRECT FROM THE FARM TFT) n ill wt Lk w HAMS, (WHOLE) - 2lc THE POUND SHOULDERS (WHOLE) 14c " SIDES, (WHOLE OR I) 13c " RIBS, (WHOLE OR I) 13c " SOUSE MEAT - - 17Ac " Backbone - . i3c " v LIVER-HEART LIGHTS 9c 44 Clean Fresh Killed Salt Cured Shoats and Hogs We shall kill this week and deliver on Wednesday, Nov., 22nd.-Svpply Limited SHOOT IN YOUR ORDER QUICK BY MAIL TO OAD FA ETOWAH, N. C. RM Or Phone Hendersonville 2306