Mrs. J. F. Brooks' has returned from
n visit to Hopewell,, Va.
Miss Addie Sides, leaves this week
for a visit to Spartanburg.
H D. Creighton, of Asheville
eighton, of Asheville. spent
the city with his family.
Miss Jessie Murray spent Sunday
with relatives at Horse Shoe.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Whitt of Weaver
ville, spent Tuesday in the city. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shock have re
turned after a months visit to north
Howard Miller left this week for
Pittsfield, Pa., where he has accepted a
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Miss Mayo Murray of Ashevile, spent
the week end with relaties at Horse
Miss Jennie Bowen of Asheville.
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
relatives in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McCollough, of
West Asheville .spent several days in
the city, last week.
Carl Glenn who has been spending
5orac time in Hopewell, Va., is spending
conie time with his parents here.
Mrs. Marshall Bridges will return
Friday after a month's visit to her
mother in Florence. S. C.
J. Pink Case and family left this
week for Bowling Green, Fla., where
tev will make their future home.
Ralph Whaley who has been visiting
his sister Mrs. A C. Tebeau. left Mon
dav for his home at Lumberton.
Misses Jennie and Lizzie Cheatham
have gone to St. Petersburg, Fla.,
where they will soend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Murch, who have been
spending the summer in the city left
this week for Mount Dora. Fla., where
they will spend the winter.
The daughters of the Confederacy
will meet with Mrs. J. F. Brown on
next "Wednesday, November 7th at 3:30
Mrs. Isabel E. Griffin and daughter
Miss Ethel, have returned from a, visit
to Columbia, and other points in South
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Mrs. W. F. Bowman - has returned
from Manchester. Ohio, where she jwas
called on account of the illness and
death of an aunt. . -Vv. , -
Miss Djella-Davis, whfis- spending
some time in Asheville. spent Sunday
-with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fullbright are ex
pected home this week, after a visit to
Richmond, and other points in Virginia
and Georgia. They made the trip m
Reerf Dixon who has been spending
some time in South Carolina, Georgia,
and Florida spent Saturday ana bun-
day with bis parents here, en route to
Irs. Raymond Edwards entertain
ed "a few of her friends at bridge
Thursday afternoon at her home on
TMr,i vene. Wt. -Tose claying
were Miss Jennie Blum, Miss Frances
Wickering.. Miss - Sadie "Wickering, (
Misses Alma J.ee and Nona ,jiawarus, ;
Mrs. Henrv King, Mrs. Gordon tar-
lington. Mrs. Nan Feaman. After
eral rubbers were played delicious re
freshmetns were served.
Miss Ola Bishop and O. Mack Brown
were married Thursday afternoon at
of the bride s momer,
Mrs. M. A. Bishop, on Buncombe 1
tt w. Cawthon. pastor of J
the First Baptist church, officiating.
The bride is a young lady of many
charming traits of character and has
a large number of friends wno wisn
her a long and happy life. The groom
is an employee of the Southern rail
way in this city and is a man of fine
character and , personality. They left
on the afternoon train for their honey
moon trip and will be at home to their
friends after October 28.
The Woman's Club Map Out "Work fw
Sear Fntnr Mr. Oates Heard.
At the meeting of the Woman's club
last Wphot affPrnnnn. Mr. Oates
Presented the plans for food conserva- ly contested throughout by both sides any eVery membe ris urged to be pres
tion. All th0 ladies nresent signed the and proved Intensely interesting to the i . . t Sundav an(i brinE some
cards nledeine co-oDeratibn and six
members volunteered to carry the
cards around to those who had not
teen reached through the churches and
societies and schools and secure signa
tures. Upon motion of Mrs. Whltmire
the club voted to buy a Liberty bond.
Jt was also dtcided to do all that was
Possible individually and by commit
tees, to sell Liberty bonds. Mrs. Kirk
as appolnted'chairman of a Red Cros
committee to plan a line of ork the
P'uu can ao. . Mrs. BcnencK is cnair
pan of the ways and means committee.
jis? Matilda Carson Is chairman of a
pmmittee to co-operate with the city
atners in nlantine fruit, and nut trees
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'ung streets that have no shade trees ?the
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new members werA added to T.oRifinn of center Craig .passed the
011 M a camDaiem was instivted for
.Mi----me: it ri
'r-i tnn members by noxt club meet-
nre.ty-five of the cl"b members
to Asheville on Saturday and
rPT,t a deliarhtfnl rJnv in th District
nieetinsr. Mr. Barnwell renre-.
trie club with a na.ner read in
a ra.ner rean in ;
usual f.barmin.r ir,afm, wtmis Prnhahlv the mots spectacular
yle. Mr. .Tnh;V Tlr '7:' ;amfl wa-rr thirty or
add 5 and made a splendid
re given during the session. Lunch:,
the-BaUer itvPholll meml)ers at'
Miss Lula Sherman entertained with
a birthday party Wednesday evening at
houses-was. beautifully decorated, . the
color feature being purple, white and
green. "Durincr v.
ho ,a -I "a, ,avenue The
ainiliT1r" & ius numerous
llfl 3 played and anjoy-
j. x guests were aiso
entertained by several selection ren
dered upon the violin and guitar by
Messrs. Greer and Brookshire after
which hot chocolate and cake was
served in the dinine room, the table
being attractively decorated ' with
chrysanthemums and ferns. Among
those present were Misses' Wilhelmina
-IStacey, Marie Hayes, Emma McCall,
.Blanche Ruskie, Elsie Ross. Nellie
Stepp, Margaret Garren. Callie Watts,
Creo Collins., Eunice Bowling Angie
Pace, Ethel Case. Leonora Jackson,
Bess Hutcherson, - Eloise and Ve3ta
Garren. Hattie Sherman. Messrs.
Otto Brookshire, Lee Allen, Garland
Jackson, Redford Ross, Wallace
Glympn, Charlie Greer, Tillman and
Albert Prestwood. Edward and George
Livingston, Paul Lance, Elmo Holland,
Seldon Snipman, - Ed Brown, Denny
Sherman, Wade Bowling Alouzo
Brookshire, Mr.'Cox and Mr. Gilreath.
Sunday night the faculty and stu
dents assembled in the school audito
rium and organized the Fassifern Jun
ior .department of the Red Cross. Miss
Sampson was elected president; Miss
Shipp, vice president; and Miss Worth
secretary and treasurer. The girls are
divided into four divisions, each divi
sion having several members of the
faculty to direct the girls in certain
lines of work.
Misses Nannie Cawthorne and Rose
Norton entertained for the benefit of
their Red Cross division Wednesday
afternoon. Each girl in school Is "do
ing her. bit" by knitting; making and
giving Christmas kits or entertaining
one day in each week for our Red
Monday afternoon the Cameron Hall J
girls played tne mam building gins in
a most interesting basket ball game.
The latter won, making a score of 28 to
8. The "Jay Bird" and "Red Bird"
teams of which Miss Josephine Bidr
and Ella Lindsay, are captains, are
busy practicing for the last game of
the basket ball season at Thanksgiving.
Much interest is being manifested;.
Cheer leaders have been elected name
ly: Miss Mary Lybrook Lasater from
Cameron Hall , and Margret 'Wads
worth to represent main k building.
Military) drills are given twice a week.
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VRevv.K. W. Cawthon, at the First
Baptist church, has "been preaching for
several Sundays Instructive and help
ful sermons from the Bible prophecies.
Last Sunday the subject was "The Mes
sage of - MalaahJLJ.' he 4pomin g Sunday
tfre. subiects J;are lin the book of Jere
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At First Baptist Church Next Sunday.
Rev. K. W. Cawthon, Pastor.
Sermons by the pastor 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Morning Subject: "The Pride of
Evening Subject: "Hewing Out
Mid-week service Wednesday 7:30
p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Suitable classes and competent
A warm comfortable building and a
warm comfortable welcome for all.
Blue Bidge School Items
Mr. A. D. McFadyen, head of the
English department, and Miss Nina
Cannon were uietly married at the
home of the bride's father in Arden
last week, and they returned to Hen
dersonville Monday after a brief
sev-jbridal t0UI. Mrs. McFadyen's charm
Ing personality and varied accomplish
ments make her a valuable addition to
the social life of, the school.
In addition to a number of individ
ual subscriptions to the Liberty Loan,
the students subscribed last week for
a bond to be paid from their weekly al
i0wance money, which they will proba-
iv iv0 n tho Red Cross or to some
bly give to the ted uross or 10 some
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cnamaoie msuumon. ATnnflav
The weekly debate the past Monday
morning was of unusual interest, the
question being government ownership
of railroads. The decision was given
to the affirmative. The subject for
next Monday is compulsory military (
Thnineteen-to-seven victory over
Fleet last Saturday makes the fifth j
consecutive victory tor uiue itiage
over her worm rivais. xu icuu
worked hard to preserve its string of
unbroken victories, and much credit is
due each member of the squad for win-
nine this contest. The game was not-
many spectators on the side lines, i
WWle tne two leaips were wiij cifcu., .
mvin-haA thprfi was a noticeable diner-
ence in the style of play employed.
Fleet team depended largely on end
runs, whereas Blue Ridge gave a va
ried assortment of line plunges, end-
- A.nran1 noaaoa Tha tVO
Blue KIdge, playfed . teliar oau rrom j
ho-ifi7iIiiz to end. ' Rhodes was a tow-
er of strength on the defense and could j
the line-for substantial' gains, parson
atti TiermM in the half-back posiUons
were consistent ground-gainers. Brown j
displayed keen juagment m iuuum&
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team and several times Cdrrieiiuu ?
. , fha. TTlpott
ball with accuracy and precision and
throucrh the line
BcVclat iiuiuo "- -
and threw the iaeet iorwams
losses. SvinK piayea nis usuai t,
cram a at iTldJ
j r.nt.'iiTi(r intprrerence
and receiving passe3 over his end of
the line. Ashley at lacttie, uuc u
end. Mason and Robinson as guards, "son.' Wade Boling, Lawrence Emeler,
ninvpn wen in tutui jtovv.i, r
in their respective yoai
forty yard run by Armstrong of "Fleet,
wno dodged amQhs the Blue
players, throwing off tackier after tack-
ler until4 he was "Y downed almost
under the shadows of his opponents'
goal An intercepted . pass prevented
: Ws..team mates, from -profiting by his
brilliant run. All in all. the game -was
a most interesting one, and the play
ing of the two teams gave entire satis
faction to their respective adherents.
The largest crowd of the season wit
nessed the contest
On Friday October 26, Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Mnnrfl TPn . TT- 3 ...
1 dinner at The "euuersnle gave a
at the home of the latter, in
: nonor o their father, Mr. Mark Moore.
I who had reached his sixty-ninth birth-
day. The sumptous repast was serv
ed in the open and was - thoroughly
enjoyed hy all. Gentlemen only, were
invited. The youngest present Was
forty-one ydars of age, the oldest
eighty-seven, while the total number
of years, represented by the guests,
amounted to seven hundred and seventy-three.
The dinner was followed by
a social hour. Each vied with the
other in telling jokes and funny anec
dates. Following are the names of
those who attended: Rev. A. J. Justice,
C. K. Hale, M. H. Gilreath, R. M. Mc
Knight, W. R. Taylor, Rev. R. N. Pratt,
J. E. Garren, P. W. Vaughn, Robetr
Justus, W. D. Williams.
One of the attractive autumn wed
dings of the season, was held at the
hame of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kuyken
dall when their youngest daughter
Miss Lellia, was united in marriage
to Mr. Wm. Brown of Asheville. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Kuy
kendall of Asheville, a cousin of the
bride. The ceremony was witnessed
by just a few close friends. The
only attendance were a neice and
nephew of the bride, Miss Bane and
Mr. Roy Kuykendall of Greenville, S.
C. The bride was most charming in
a suit of burgundy broadcloth.
Immediately after the ceremony a
6 o'clock dinner was, served, after
which the wedding party departed
through the country to their future
home. The bride has many friends in
Henderson county' and will be great
ly missed in home and church circles
of Hendersonville. The groom is one
of Buncombe county's most prosperous-
farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Brown
wiH be at home to their many friends
in their attractive home near Ashe
. Cards have been . received In the
city announcing the marriage of Mrs.
Hattie L Geddings and Mr. Daniel C.
Dichert at Columbia,-S. CJ Mrs. Ged-
rtWa weii knnm, wA ,Qr
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ed a summer home her for sometime.
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Miss Jennie Blum of Jacksonville,
Fla., has returned to her home after
a two weeks' visit to Miss Frances
and Sadie Wickering at their' home In
the St. Petersburg colony.
3Tont Egerton Locatedi
Mr. Montraville Egerton, son of the
late Dr. Egerton, pastorof the First
Baptist . church of this city, recently
graduated from the Wake Fores: law
school has has come to Knoxvf'i-2 ta
enter the practice of his profession,
associated with Webb, Baker and Mc
Demhott Mr. Egerton will be the
.house guest this winter of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Hurst Baker. Kncxville
Journal and Tribune.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will observe
three days of next week, beginning
Monday 5th as a week of prayer ana
' self denial. All the ladies of the
.church are invited to attend these
Mrs. W. A. Russ and daughter. Miss
Hazel win leaye for tneir win.
er home in Brunswick county, near
Wilmington, where they xpect to
spend several months.
An Increased attendance was notice
able at the Men's Wesley Bible Class
of the Methodist church last Sunday,
nnrAM invitntP fn
extenaea ana a nearty weiuum
all men. Come out and enjoy an hour
that will prove profitable to you.
A delightful Hallowe'en party was
jglven Tuesday mgW t,tt, home ot
iuaa weo voiuns on 'Bena pyenue,
A number of ranies were
pJ . were enjoyed by alL J
Delightful ! refreshments trm err
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jand aU expressed their wishes that an-
other party of the same kind he given
next October. Among tnoes present,
were: Misses Lula and Hattie Sher-
man, Vesta- and Eloweise Garren,
Nora Jackson, Welhilhemlna Stacy,
Marie Hayes, Mary and Edith Robey,
XJllllHU cl tin ua.Li.iLa, viuuoc, uumvc
Donace Laughter. Mr. and
Airs. w. jo.. nirueuiieu nuaB.
Jackson. Lee Allen, Otto Broookshireu
Eimo Holland. ;. justice., ix. jacK-
. e. o -na-n-nxr aharmoT. ioi.
ni -nw ova... ci.
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don, Shlpman-ana Mr. uiymp. ;.v ;:, ,:
Mrs. L. Gordon . Harvey left Thurs-1
day tor Memphis. Tenn!" where she
will visit her sister, Mrs: George Mark
ham. .- ' . .
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A- S. Truex has been a little indis
posed by reason of illness for the past
few days. , -.;
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E. L. Ewbank spent Wednesday In
Brevard where he attended the county
fair, the first that Transylvania has
hld in many years. Mr. Ewbank said
that it was a highly creditahle exhi
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Noah M. Hollowell returned on Wed
nesday from a six weeks' visit to . his
home "in Chowan county. Beginning
with next Monday he will be associa
ted with the Hustler. - ' j
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Capt. J. W. Bailey has purchased a
FOB SALCE One second hand Beming
ton typewriter cheap, apply at The
Kentucky Home 11-1 -ltc
LOST OR STRAYED Fox Terrier.
Answers to name of "Rags."
1 Maybe Rags is not
much of a dog. as
But he was
playmate and Baby
has gone to Never
So a want ad whistled
up every street in
town and Rags is
, back home again.
fljj Shrewd, careful buy
ef&iread the want ads.
GJ This page is a reliable
indicator of real estate
values and activities.
ou save many an
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agent s commission nere
you deal with the
seller who wants to sett?
and by the same token
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yooifind the buyer who
Wants to buy.
Your Own Weight.
. Dr. Harvey G. Beck of the Universi
ty of Maryland told the Los Angele
County Medical association a simple
way to calculate what one ought to
weigh. First, he s?d; pat down 110,
then subtract 5 feet from one's height
and multiply the number of Inches that
remain by -5. - Add thisproduct to
the original 110 and the sum Is one'
OCTOBER RECORD FOR
CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
'Enrollment to date 589.
Enrollment for October 550.
Attendance for October 500.
Percentage of attendance 98.
Percentage of punctuality 98.5.
Commercial, music and art depart
ments are all growing.
Number taking commercial branches
Number taking music 27.
Number taking art 23.
The art department is new in the
school, nevertheless, it Is fast grow
ing in popularity, and. under the effi
cient Instruction iof Mrs. Elgin, the
pupils are making rapid progress.
(Honor Boll, Faimary Grades!.
In the first and second grades the
honor roll is based
on JJr SCUOlar
ship not more than
one un-excusea. ,
absence or one nn-excused tardy:
First Grade Barnes Bland, Wil
liam Bangs, Carroll Cornwall, Wilbur
FOB BALE Thre, good mares, two
C "months old mttia colts, one mare
colt 6 months old, one bay horse
8 1-2 years old at reasonable prices.
James H. Ladson; Horce Shoe.
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WANTED A Good Second Hand book
case. Must be a hargain. Noah
M. Hollowell, care Hustler. 11-1-tfc
WANTED Six or Seven Thousand
Dollars at 6 per cent for five years;
on first real estate mortgage. Ap- j
'X..Y. Z." care Hustler. ll-l-3tc
LOSTLadles STedlnm sized Elgin
watch engraved on back, open face.
m-ntier -win receivA reward if Te-;
x w : V i'iienaersoni'ra
ew uoncern wi
old Experienced Owner
is Big Bote
H. M. King, Ben Few and A. F. Ward, all formerly
with the Hendersonville Automobile Company
A share of your Auto troubles is
We are located in the-Kramer Garage Build
ing opposite Star Dray Company
We are Exclusive Subscribers to the
Gage Weekly Service
" Gage Hats Are Better "
This means that we receive the very , latest models in
Millinery every week .during
s Season- .
See What we Have
FRUIT TREES, ETC, NOW READY
I can take your order for any kind of .fruit tree, shade tree, or shrubbery.
My Specialty in apple trees are Delicious, Staymen, Bedford Red.
England and Japanese Walnuts on . hand. Pecans now ready. Plen
of Grape Vines. Write or phone 441-W.
-m-'-i !E.. L. OSTEEN, the Nursery Man.
Carter. Raymond Freeman, Donald
Garren, Palmer Holmes, Hubert Jus
tice, Carl Morris, John Wilkins Jo
seph -Wilson, Minnie Bland. Eunice
Bennett, Pauline Lewis, Edna Mil
ward, Eliza Perry, Lee Arledge, Mor-
uaouw. uwacs A' uuct , xvuaxu
diitfei . T Jinn Tanlrsnti Tttt rrVi "Kltnytmn
jl-,v-u" Uivu.OUu, vnx6u, mm e,".,
Verna Rogset; Jewell Orr, Edna KilT
Patrick. - .
Second Grade Eccles Grant,. Ver
non McMurray. Arcemus Reece, Joe
Perry, Hamilton Stepp Leona Allen.
Anita - Cawthon, Bertie Coley. Nola
Justice. Evangeline Justus. Virginia
Jackson, Mildred Johnson. . John
Brown, William Bacon, Loyd Gall!
more, l?tephen Stepp. Max Pullen,
Billy Sentelle. - Reginald Hill, Nell
Jones, Katie Lance, Fannie Justice.
, Honor BolL
-For third grade and above, the hon
or ,rpll is based on no mark being be
low 90.jdeportment above 94, and one
excused absence or one excused tardy.
Third Grade Jeannette BalTe. Flora
Reed. Louise Reece, Mildred Walker.
Brooks. Emma KilpatTick,
Willie - Forest
Carter Freeze, Delia
"5U4jrt - r311
Fourth Grade Pauline Drown. Wil
He Case, -Grace Cawthon, Feltz Col
lins, Anna Clark. , Elizabeth Ehring
haus, Wardsworth Farnum, Vernon
Justice, Fay Orr,
Oecli Ehepherd.-.':-' -..
,MaTgar - . -r ,.: v
Fifth Grade Leon' Wetmur, Louise'
Faulkner, Edith Hopkins, Laurina
Sixth Grade Nelle Morris, Tho3.
Freeman, Edwin Jordan; Mildred Cal
vert. Alliene Wllkins, Helen Drafts,
..Seventh ; Grade--Myrtice ' v Brooks,
Lucile Holtzclaw, Earl Donnahoe .
Eighth Grade Ruth Black 'Emily
Davis; Ruth Duncan. MargnritQ Le
mort, :Grahani Barnette Ben Brown,
Edward Patterson. Leon Btaton.
' NiiipiOradeiDessie Dixon. Donna
J Laughter -Vincent Staton: Mary ' f
SliJtaheth Walker. - V v
- Tenth Brade Mary Brown, Helen
Brooks. Irene Caldwell.. Benlah Don
nahoe, Bertha. Jamison Alleta Planky
Eleanor Plank, Garland Sherman.
Eleventh- Qrade Mary Brooks, Al
lene Durfee ,Sara Steelman.
Core School Doing- Excellent Work
Enrollment to date in the, differed
departments. Attendance, eta
Enrollmen to date 91. '
Enrollment for October 72. . "
Attendance for' October 65.
Enrollment to date 35.- '
Enrollment for October 35.
Attendance for October 31. -Adanced
Grades: ' .
. ' Enrollment to date 37. -. " '
" Attendsnca for 0:tc'";:r
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