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Vol. IVL.?No. 44
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MADE FOR BIG |
Complete Program And
Committees In Charge
Not Yet Appointed
T t group in charge of arrange?a
i : ?r Cherokee County's big
cel . ration on July 4 met several
i. _n" - luring the past we.k planr<i.
. .re most extensive pageant
ev tiiesstd in this seetion.
Details of the gala occasion had
1 not i n completely worked out and
diffirei:; committees .had net been
name i Wednesday but th. entire
prog: m i* expected to be mad:
i u'oiiv within th next we k.
Tlie tenative program calls for
thr o hall gan;es, a parade of floats,
a dog parade, choir singing, and a
. iuur.br of other unique features
t everyone in Cherokee and sur
uimr.r., CVU>|CT53 anuiliu Clljvy. 1
? A i und table discussion was hold
Tu sday night with the following (
piv.ent: Dr E. E. Adams John t
Tatham, H-iyes Leatherwood, Josn
| Johnson, K. C. Christopher, Dr. J. N.
Hill, G. W. Ellis, Bill Whitaker, Luke
| Ellis, Sam Carr, Park W. Fisher, W.
M. Fain and George Leatherwood.
"We should make it clear that
this is to be a county-wide celebration
and in no wise confined to
on community,*' the chairman of ,
the meeting said. "Every town and
community in the county is expected
to tako part in the celebration and
Murphy ha been chosen because of
; its central locution and facilities for
all the activities", he added.
It is understood that many people
are already planning to be here for
the celebration that should attract
HOLD COURT OF
Four local Boy Scouts were given
certificates of promotion from the j
tenderfoot class to the second class
at a Court of Honor meeting in the
Methodist church here Friday night.
Those receiveing the awards were;
Pruden Davidson, George Tate Williamson
T 1__ *
- j v wiiu tjunran ana iticnara
Twelve other Scouts were present
a* the four 'boys were subjcted to
questions on t?he different principles
of Scout work by the Board who
"represented various professions,
i Those giving the quiz were: Chairman
H. Bueck, superintendent of the
Murphy school unit; II. G. Elkins,
heal manager of the Southern
States Power company; A. W. Mclver,
local merchant; Rev. T. F. HigKms.
pastor of the local Mchhodist
church; Dr. R. W. Petri-, of the Petlie
hospital, and K. C. Wright, MurPy
school teacher and scoutmaster.
Mr. Wright left Saturday for
Btikc University where he will spend
Jwo m nt.V doing gaduate work, Hubert
Adams, Jr., TV A engineer and
distant Scout master, will hav?
charge of the boys' direction. The
^ext. meeting was set for some time
I Building Prospectus Is
I Soon To Be Submitted
I Hi: prospectus of the Feredal
I |n,iWtnig being: sougfht for Murphy
I as heen completed and Harry P.
I ooper Wednesday stated that it
1 ^ould he submitted f r approval of
I oit'.cials in a day or so.
I The map of the town with vacant
I and prices has been prepared by
K ' h* T,e: and contains a number of
I tble sjtes.
g If7 eckly .Veirspaper in IT extern M
) big \
MADE TO ENTER
FLOAT IN FETE
A commit: e of five local Lionwere
a. pointed at a me ting of Cie
divv^t.'!.- of the ciuc here Monday
night to b in a.vungem nts for tie
(heiokee Cjuntv float which \v:ll
entered :r the Rh do v. ndron f stival
; ;ua.i. sh-:-v:
CCose appointed wer : Chairman
Dr. R. W. Petrk. Peyton G. Ivie,
Park V\. Fkhcr, H. G. Elkins an i
R. W. Gray.
The float is : ing sponsor-d by
tho local Lions clu: and the Rot ray
club of Andrew . The 'ocal c ?mimittee
will wni: v. ith the Andrew?
committ- c composed of Chairman
Vohn Archer, P. II. Tillitt and S. G.
Owens, in preparing the plans within
a few days, it was said.
AI.-o at e meeting H. G. Elkins
and Rev. T. F. Higgns \v.r appointed
as delegates tc the Lions convention
to be held in Ral igh June 1314.
The meeting will aL > be attended
by Lion president H. Pu ckt Dr.
E. E. Adams, treasurer of the local
club, and W. JV1. Fain, state director.
2 MEN INJURED
AS CAR CRASHES
INTO POLE HERE
T. Cole and Sepnus White, who
were seriously injured when a car
in which they were riding and which
was driven by Forest Teague crashed
into a telegraph pole in East
Murphy Saturday noon, w re said
by Petrie .ho-pital attendants Wednesday
night to be "resting comlortably"
although not much charge
har been noted in their condition.
Both men received severe injuries
t > the head and abdomen and WhiU
suffered a broken leg and thigh.
The car, heading toward town,
was said by witnesses to be going
at a rapid rate when apparently the
driver was unable to make a curve
and struck the pole demolishing the
caT. Teague suffered only slight
bruises and cuts.
Teague, who was lodged in jail by
Chief of Police Fred Johnson after
wreck pending the outcome of the
men's conditions, was released under
Si000 bond Tuesday. W. R. Herring,
who was Teported to have been
in the car during the crash, was
round upon questioning to nave not
b:en with the men at that time.
PLANS TO OPEN
WEEK OF JUNE 17
Many more letters poured into the
Scout office this week suggesting
names for the theater which P. J.
Henn is now completing: and which
he plans to open during: the week
of June 17.
No one name as yet seems to
have an advantage over another although
more than 300 letters and
suggestions have been made by the
people of Cherokee. Graham and :srroundihg
Kveryone mailing a name to the
Scout will be given a free ticket to
one of the .-hows after the theater
is opened and one person will receive
a six-month's pass. Only one
name can be suggested by each person.
More than .100 spring-bottom
-cats were being placed in the theater
this wtek and interior and exterior
painting and decorating is being
done. The latest model of sound
equipment will be placed in the
new theater some time next week,
Mr. Henn said.
Miss Mnrjorie Flsden of Chicago
paid a fi:1? of $50 f"?r kicking off
a policeman's cap while, as she admitted,
orth Carolina. Covering a Large and
y, N. C.Thurs., June 6, 1
'Page Ripley; Budgie
Brendle ?v'i&kes Record
Page Ripley' Out of this series of
vents s'me sort * record should
ir. th eighth inning of the ; ah !
game again-: Rainbow Soring- Budtrie
Brendle, the first tim at bat.
; hit the fhst ball pitched to him f,V; '
a home run with the bas s loaded.)
Coming-up again in th same inir.ng.
with a count of two and three. r.v i
hit anoth&r with two mtr. on hase.
' Two :.onu-run> out <?f two tirms :
I it ha: iii :\n:.y five the f:i>* j
time hitting v.e first ball, the last
'ill . hi'' :r.z !:.e la .1 i<h. Phew.
i T V A MEASURES
Despaired Of Forcing
TVA Enlarged Powers
Out of Committee
Washington, June 4.?A new TV A
men .-lire was pondered tonight by
house Kader>. wh assert -d they despaired
of forcing out of the miii*ary
cw.i.odttee the senat -approved
legislation to tnlarge'i e r ? .v of
the T r.nessee Valley Authority.
Speaker Byrns and Chairman Mcssvvqin
/ii f \ ...mcj !._ tim
..... . V Ufiiccu nil' 1 > .~X
amendments which the committer
tossed on the table 12 days ago appeared
likely to remain tlure, do.
spite their appeals to some Democratic
committeem n to change their
minds about them.
A TV A bill ha? been put on the
list of measures t.he administrati s
has captioned "must" for this session.
"Personally, I'd like to see some
bill passed," Byrns said. "I've been
doing: what I can to g t TV A off the
table; and I hope if that can't be
done we car. pet s?me sort of bill
that will meet general approval."
He added that he had been unsuccessful
in "converting" any of the
committee Democrats who voted to
table t.he amendments.
Questioned as to the next step in
the fight ovtr TVA, McSwain said
he was "considering a new bill along
compromise lines," but added he did
not want to introduce it unless it
had in general the administration's
The changes would include provisions
to give the general accounting
office greater control over TVA expenditures,
to restrict TVA domina.
tion of tributaries of the Tennessee
river, and set up a strict cost-a
counting system for the agency.
T.he measure which the senate sen:
to the house by a three to one vote,
would validate TVA's right to mar.
ket surplus power and I t it issue
$100,000,000 instead of $50,000,000
in bonds anlY use the money t'. purchase
private power facilities that
would be bought in turn by commu
rities TVA electricity.
Byrns said even without these
amendments TVA wouid not be
crippl d entirely because it probably
would receive $40,000,000 to $50,.
000,000 in : r e' ency appropriation
bil! t : t woi. a iet it jro ahead
with dams now under construction.
Health Unit Question
Hearing Is Postponed
Th open bearing before the
j county commissioners on the moyej
ment to create a health unit in
| Cherokee county was postponed for
j two week* Monday while the que.-.
! tion will be further considvred.
' O+he** routine business was attended
to when the commissioners,
sat in session.
Potentially Rich Territory n This S
WHERE WILL YO
Baptist Revival Meet
T .e ten-day revival s rvices ir.
:ne Bartivt church which were scheduled
to bepin hert Monday were indeiir.itely
postponed when the local
;as*u . the Rev. H. W. Baueom. Jr..
r ceived a wire here Tuesday nijrhi
ra* Me Rev. .lame- A. Key, of th*
! West Asheville Baptist church.
. -m:.> t at; tv: the nu-ct!
ir.gs -Lit- :? a "cii-is" in his church.
; Rev. Fauccm said that ..n ati
tempi v.- uld 1< mr.de to get t:uj
A -r. -as tor here a a later date.
Ad cctage J ay r meeting? have
also ; 'r< \ M . Baud-:*
WILDCATS AND ?
The c earn o: Mur. ny's hors shoe
pitiher v :1] m ct ir. little less than
mortal c? mbat T o'clock Saturday
oc when the Western Union.
Wilde a : <. Wof ford-Terrell Tomcats
v 11 p-tth them high, wide and
hand?, me at the arena mar the
Wofforc.Tc: rtll company by the
Southern raiiM?ad trr?ok? for the
chan. onship of the town.
The Wild a*s line-up is: Captain
Hayner R erf? and Howard Moody,
Paul Baker and Pred Wise, a:io
lorn Voyles an 1 Ralph Baker. Henry
Logan and Frank Nelson art- subsii|
j Th Tomcat teams are: Captain
I Jasptr Warren and W. G. Owenbv,
' George Mauney and Tore Terrc l,
j C. I. Calhoun and Elbert Nicho.s
Walter Witt is the substitute.
I Charley Calhoun said the bojs
down at the railroad tracks "pitches
p. pretty good she." and he was
looking or the match to be a push,
ov-.r, while Hayner claims his boys
really need no practice.
SEVEN NEW TV A
Seven new TV A m?n arrived in
Murphy last Friday and will he nor- i
rraiuntly located with the local engine
rs office in connection with
surveys along this section of the
Thos arriving were: Btlmon
Keen, J.*mes C. Bishop, William P.
Hayes, Ghailes S. Ilennessce, Russell
A. Strong, William P. Miles and
John M. Min r. All the men came
j her from PaJ is, Tenn., except Keen.
| who was formerly stationed at La
They have taken residence in lo|
a hot Is and boarding houses and
Keen and Strong were accompanied
S by their wives.
PLANS FOR ANNUAL
Pi*, part ions for the Tenth Annual
Cherokee County fair to be held at
: the Fair grounds Sept. 25.28 were
being pushed steadily forward this
In ail probability the fair catalog |
containing t.e premiums and classificaiions
of displays will be di-trii
butt i within the next w ok, and
: plans for advertising hav ebe>.n begun.
j Many people and exhibits from
! surrounding states and counties are
expected to witness th displays and
! enjoy the Krause shov. .
^ V TODAY
1.50 YEAR?5c COPY
IKTANH II INF 1ft
/ k/ A A A * ' J W ' *? -
Sa: ay. at 12 o'clock midnight,
ti e- : : >t \< :e period in th big
Cherokee Scout-Junaluska Journal
subscription campaign closed.
The next v ie period will close
June 15. A lead pained at that
tinv. v. 1 g- a long- way toward winning
e : the grand prizes as
vet c: 1". g' down about
5" per cent.
The campaign department a- well
the publishers of the Scout and
Journal are w 1 satisfied with the
work V.t is i ing acc mplished.
Tr ? * ? paramount in the mind
of : c ublishcrs was to put the
c ::rd J< n nai n every horn in
t; - *;ade ten it oy. and the report
Saturday showed conclusively that
i lea '.Yd,'1 i b fully carried out.
All candidate sh >uld realize to
ivc ; wry nra . tit-ally $2000.000 was
Lie dertakir ? and should use
-ve >pr.: minute of their time towaj
1 - writer knows of no occupa
: day where one can go out
?no s'v v.c.ks win a $648.00 new
'? V-s .each a- a beautiful 9-1?.
> , ( Ot n diamond ring How
lap: y *: e .r.didate will be on June
2b w ? her r.ame i? called out and
rdce n.w automobile is presented
it.. ir omy way to he this lucky
ci>? to apply your efforts properly.
going out in the morning
:s?k a few minutes, writ, down the
name ? : t ;e people you will call on
luring the clay, t?hen try and see
Advertising cards wire handed
| al) the candidates Monday, and <ach
| card gives so many votes. Meridian:
and institutions that you
have patronized for years, in return,
-hould buy a card from you.
The Scout and Journal arc two of
W. X. C.'s good weekly newspapers
! and y >u can assure all merchants
that t.hey will get value received for
their investment in advertising in
the Scout and Journal as will as all
job work they might nerd.
So you should keep in mind that
you have only 23 more days until
the close of the campaign. and
should use every minute of that
time to win.
W ill you be leading in next
Miss Myrt Prater 465,000
Mrs. Hancock Davis 675,000
Miss Jean Conley 674,0C0
Mrs. C. C. Lloyd 677,000
Miss Grace Barnett 672,000
Mrs. H. A. Mattox 678,000
Miss Tabitha Abcrnatby . 669,000
j Miss Bertha Raxter 310,000
Mrs. Leila Dickey 673 000
; Mrs. Lillian Carpenter
! Candidates have turned in the
hbovc amount of votes, and this
! shows comparative standings.
Sheriff, TV A Man
Have Hand Injuries
Sheriff Z. C. Ramsey, while < having
a fugitive Monday night. 1*11
and severely hurt his right Jiand.
i A similar unfolrtunate accincint
I occured to Buster Kenton, ore o: the
TV A men stationed here, whe trip1
5m t,.. drill* ctnrr Tnnodor -r
and 'in an effort to cat-h himself
run his hand through a p!a?? show
? a: 0.
M!!c. .Tcan - do Ves!cy of Franc*-.
"> f ot 0 inches tr'l r. v' *v :.o ;?1A5
pounds, is said to bo the ?tn
e-t woman* :n *h world.