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The Sylva herald and ruralite. (Sylva, N.C.) 19??-current, March 02, 1950, Image 1

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VOL. XXIV?NO. 40 David \ Improved Pastures Is Farm Goal Organized Plan To ?f . Be Launched At Meeting Friday Jackson County's pasture improvement campaign will begin in an organized way on Friday, March 3rd. This undertaking is sponsored by the Agricultural Workers Council, and all agriculture workers, seed and fertilizer dealers, bankers and machinery dealers are invited to attend the meeting in Sylva school auditorium at 2:00 p.m. Friday. "The object of the meeting is tJ> bring everybody up to date on the best methods of pasture improvement and then to carry this information to every farmer irr the county", according to Fred Shelton. chairman of the Workers Council. Latest recommendations on pasture work will be- discussed by W. T. Brown, County Agent. J. Lyman Stewart, chairman of*the Production atnd Marketing Administration, will tell the part his program can play in furnishing fertilisers and seed. It is anticipated that all AgrimiHiira urorlrorc will stress DSS ture improvement in their contacts with farm people. C OF C DIRECTORS TO HOLD RE6IHM * MEET MONDAY NIGHT The Board of Directors of the Jackson County Chamber of Com* merce will meet in regular month* ly session Monday night, March 6 at 7 o'clock in the Forestry office at Lloyd Hotel, All members are urged to attend. The public is invited. Anyone having" matters to take up with the board should also meet with them. The organizationN is still receiving members for this year. Those Joining since last report are. Green Acres Farm, Qualla; Lewis Service Station, Bill Greenarch Garage, and Cannon Brothers. Firms and individuals not having joined are urged to do so in order that the directors will have full support of the community in their efforts to carry on a progressive program of work. The U. S. Department of Agriculture has announced that official types, designs, and wording of labels, to be used in identifyin/ poultry officially graded for quality and inspected for wholesome neu have been proposed by th Production and Marketing Adminiteration. Only Half Cou Of $4,000 Que According to a report by Mrs. Dan K. Moore, county chairman of the March of Dimes drive for Polio funds, Jackson county nai raised only about half of its $400C quota. Since last report published Mrs. Moore lists the following contributions: . Local 365, C l.O. Armour Leafther Company $100, A. W. Allen, Secretary and Julius Miles, Treasurer; ' Yfeunl Men's Sunday School class of East Sylva Baptist church, $50; Street collections Saturday, February 16th, $40; Young Woman's bunday School class, East Sylva Baptist church, $25. Mrs. Moore has called a meeting of all workers for Monday night, March -6th at 7:30 in tin ? office of R. U. Sutton at Mead Corporation to discuss the drive She stresses the importance ot every worker being present witl a complete report of their* collections. % .the 4 n b . U. UIV1 ?? 'Hj'i i'i;i jja^B SMILING At WELL-WISHERS, Or. Herm wife and lawyer, arrives at Hillsbor< Chester, N. H., for the opening of his M with fatally injecting air into the veil victim as she lay dying and in agony Sylva B I Concert Frid Everyone is looking forward tc*enjoying the entertainment to be \ Provided by Sylva school .band g when it gives a special public concert in the elementary auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock. ThL n concert is being held for the bene s< fit of the band and the funds wil n be used to purchase a bass horn v so badly needed by the band.. 0 % Director Ben Cole has beer ? practicing the members on sever* special arrangements to be play- . ed, which will be noted in the program as printed below. ^ d Admission will be $1 for adults f and 10c for children; $ The program: C L , God of Our Fathers, hymn, by G. W. Warren; High School Cadets * march, by J. P. Sousa; Pocahontas, 1 selection, by E.^DeLamater; Sas- ' katchewan, overture, by G. E. f Holmes; Joyces 71st Regiment, * march, by T. B. Boyer; Mountain \ Majesty, overture, by Paul Yoder * My Happiness, popular, by Ber- P gantine and Peterson; March d Salutation, march, by R. F. Seitz: ^ Cruising Down the River, waltz t by Beadell and Tollerton; You're c Breaking My Heart, popular, Genan and Skylar; The Thunder, r march, by J. P. Sousa; I Wonder > Who's Kissing Her Now, waltz, by Jos. E. Howard, and Washing- J I ton Post, march, by J. P. Sousa. I \nty Polio Fund' >ta Raised* ' ! W.O.W. Observes 60th J ' Anniversary With Contest t ~1 * V At the regular meeting of the 1 * Woodmen of the World held Mon- 1 day night at the W. O. W. hall a < memberahip and attendance con- 1 ' test was launched to begin March 1 1 and continue to June 1. This < contest is in celebration of the J ! 80th anniversary of the W. O. W. 1 ' organization. T. A. Jackson and 1 L William "Wimpy" Hyatt were j ru?m?d a* taam captains to head 1 the contests in which all the mem- i bers will participate. Anyone 1 wishing to join may see any mem- 1 bar of the organization or the i ' captain. ' The losing team will 1 | give a watermelon feast to the winners during the melon season. J * D. L. Robinson is Council Com- 1 1 mander for the local WOW. ! ' ? i SYLVA CITY MAftKCT .. In AAP j : Sy: Syh m To VENT TO TRIAL [ ji 'I'll1 ' ; j'('' ' I 1 ' i ! B: I ana N Sander (center), with his 5Ugh County Courthouse1 in Manmercy killing" trial He Is charged is of Mrs. Abbie Borroto, s cancer in a hospital. (International) Will Give ay Night Vildlife Membership 'rises Exhibited Jeff Hedden, chairman of the lembership committee of Jackon County Wildlife club has anounced that the valuable prizes fhich are to be given to the people btaining the most, members to he club are on exhibit in the window of Professional Drug tore on Main street. The memership dues are $2.00 per year. *he prites and tHfc firms which ionated them are: First prize, temington Target rifle, value 37.50 by Sylva Coal and Lumber Company; second prize, Southend Automatic fly reel, value 10.50, by Sylva Supply Company; hird prize, Shakespeare Wondereel, value $9.95, The Men's Store; ourth prize, casting rod, value 7.50, Allison Hardware Company; ifth prize, casting reel, value 15.95, Professional Drug Co.; sixth >rize, creel, value $4.95, Bowers; eventh prize, telescope fly rod by Vestern Auto Co.; and eighth, >rize, oOtboard motor deluxe gas>line can, Cannon Brothers. The membership campaign is iow on and will continue through Vpril 7 th. ILLISON BEGINS MOVING INTO NEW WING ON MAIN Dan Allison has started moving lis hardware stock from the Schilman building to his modern new >usinessr building just completed lere on Main Street. Although all he new fixtures have not been completed and installed they are ?eing put in about as fast as will ye needed as the moving is being lone gradually and systematically Mr. Allison will house all of his ??* various rauDcwcs m Uic i ?v ft juildinf. Besides the hardware rtock, one section of the first floor srfll contain the Auto Parts business, Modern offices occupy a ipace entirely across the back of the first floor. All the offices have already been moved to the new building. The basement will contain the \Uison Motor Company business and garage. Falls are the principal type of Injury that occur on the farm and In the farm home. * LVA ] 'a, N. C. Thursday, March Headl Ah*\ut ?*g>nnlj> mm m. To Be Named Enumerators More Applications Wanted For Workers In Section of County It has been announced by Harry Sample, District Supervisor for the 17th Decennial Census, that Mr. David H. Brown of Cullowhee has been selected* as creW leader for Jackson County and he will have the supervison of the 24 enumerators who will be selected for Jackson County. Applications for employment as enumerators will be accepted by Mr. Brown or can be sent directly to the District Superisor, U. S. Census Bureau, City Hall, Asheville. Application forms may be obtained from the local office of the .Employment Security Commission in Sylva, or from Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown stated this week that several persons are needed to make up the number needed for the county here. Applicants for enumerator jobs must be citizens of the U. S., have a high school education or furnish evidence of comparable experience, be in good physical health and of excellent character, and between the ages of 21 and 65 although preference will be given to those 25 to 45 years. They mt,c.+ v>qcnffipiont financial re Ill uo V A1U * V _ _ sources to sustain themselves for a period of approximately four weeks from the date of appointment until their first salary check. Applicants with veteran's preference who meet these requirements will be given priority' over non veteran applicant. Applicants for enumerator jobs in rural areas must hafve an automobile available in good operating condition. The method of payment will provide for the cost of operating cars on official business for the Census. It is estimated by the government that persons employed as enumerators will earn about $8 to $9 per day. The enumerator's pay schedule is based on the payment of piece prices, so much per name, per farm or per dwelling unit enumerated in the Census. Most of the enumerators will be employed for a period of from two to four weeks and the actual enumeration will begin April 1st. * J. E. S. THORPE RITES I HELD IN FRANKLIN ON LAST SATURDAY k John E. S. Thorpe, builder of hydro-electric plants in Western ?- *" 1 * * ^ - ? ? ? ?r> iNorxn Carolina, was uumru > < Franklin Saturday afternoon with services being held in the St. Agnes Episcopal church, Rev. Rufus A. Morgan, pastor, officiated. Mr. Thorpe died at 6 o'clock a. m. Friday in an Asheville hospital where he had been a patient foi some time. He was born in England in 1885 but moved to this country with his parents when only four years old. He lived to become one of the Nation's leading engineers in the field of hydroelectric plants and had been president of Nantahala Power and Light Company for a number o: years before death. Surviving are the widow, onf son, Foster Brown Thorpe, anc two sisters, the Misses Mary and Nora Thorpe, of New York. April 1 Set For Girl Scout Rally At Cullewhee There will be * Nenteheln Are? Girl Scout rally at Hoey Auditorium, WCTC, Saturday, April 1 at 2 o'clock. Anyone interested ii Girl Scouting is invited. The chie events of the afternoon are tw< fold. Miss Mildred Coetledge wil be introduced to all the Nanta hala Area and the financial re ports by counties will be given All interested persons are yrged t< plan to attend this meeting. Her/ > 2,1950 Census 1 Reading Consultant ' . 'v; v. y-'^v:* : :-V . -'Si k v WmA $^ii^^^^HIIPiRR[^H--.--: 1'' : ' -:.'< B "'5?r >:. |. -; I ; H .JM ':!:; v^ m/KKm^ To Meet Teachers Of Jackson County t nmoc A flornw pHurfltionfl1 1 uaiiiva vjviw,. , , consultant with the Houghton; Mifflin Publishing Company of Boston, will meet with the teach- | ers of Jackson county and WCTC j on March 20 and 21. Mr. Gerow will discuss the teaching of reading in all grades with special attention to why some children df i not read well. He has spoken tc| over 10,000 teachers in North' Carolina and worked with many immature children who are weak in reading. Mr. Gerow works chiefly in North Carolina, how ever, he is frequently invited tr other states as ? reading consultant. He is a native North Carolinian, having taught and served as school administrator for over sixteen years. He has studied at Duke, Columbia and North ; Carolina Universities. Mr. Gerow is being sponsored by the Jackson County Educatior Department. B^sSdes AbeirJf in demand as a speaker he is als< well known for his many article in the educational field and is th? , author of several Juvenile stories. Veteran Showman To Direct Indian Drama By E. Carl 8ink Cherokee?Harry E.. Davis, Associate Director of Carolina Playmakers, full professor in Dramat*? 4 ?*- Vft*4V. Cnr. 1C Aru> ucpat uiiciii vt nui mi w??olina UnAersity, authority on stage direction and production and nationally known for theatrical adaptations of children's stories, will assume post as Production manager of the Cherokee Drama, "Unto These Hills", here March 17. On that date, Davis will bring a casting crew to Mountainside Theatre here to select Cherokee Indian members of the cast. On j March 18, tryouts for all of West- | ern North Carolina and Eastern i Tennessee will be held at City Auditorium in Asheville. Later in j the month, college actors will be; tested in Playmakers Theatre in1 Chapel HilL "Unto These Hills", a Drama of the Cherokees, will open in Mountainside Theatre here at 8:00 pjn., July 1, playing five nights each week throughout July and August with a cast of 100. Folders 'of the Drama and of Western North Carolina's summer playground are available from N. C. Department of Conservation and Development, Raleigh, N. C., and J "Unto These Hills", Cherokee. Local Lions Attend Hendersonville Meet On Saturday, February 25, Lior Walter C. Fisher, president o' Lions International, of Ontario, r Can., was ni n special . meeting of the Hendersonville , Lions club. 350 Lions and Lionesses i from all over the state were presf ent for the event. 5 Present from Sylva were Hugh ] Monteith, M. C. Cunningham, Mr . Hrtd Mrs. Jennings Bryson, Boyd . Socsamon, and Miss Nancy Alli-~son. o ????? lOIIAMON'l in Sylvi ILDj Wnrkpr V V VI AftVA W. F. Andre Administrate Community N. C. CORPORATION PUNS TO BUY TELEPHONE FIRM Interstate Sedurities Corporation of Charlotte has announced that final arrangements have been made to purchase the controlling" stock interest of the Western Car- ^ olina Telephone Company. The company .operates ex"i( changes in Sylva, Franklin, Bry-| son City, Highlands, Cashiers, . Cullowhee, N. C., and Clayton, j Ga. Lin D. Garibaldi, president of | the Carolina Mountain Telephone/^nmnnn.. 4Via eoniii'itinc rnr. I V^UIIl^JailJT) SOIU HIV OVVUl IblVil vvri I ( poiation would offer the stock i for sale to his company. He said j he believed the Carolina Moun-; tain Telephone Company stock-! holders would approve the pur-1 chase and a merger would be forthcoming. ' CITY RECREATION COMMITTEE TO MEET MONOAY P. M. \ The Town Recreation committee has been called to meet on Monday, March 6, at 4:00 p.m. at the office of the City Hall. This " committee M compos#^ of ong.j representative of each of the clubs or organizations in town; and the pastors of the churches of Sylva. All clubs have been requested to name a representative for the year 1050, and so far only, the following names have been I received: Harry Ferguson, Rotary club; William McKee, American Legion; George Lee, Lions Club; Roscoe Poteet, Chamber of Com-j merce; Ed Nicholson, Merchants1 Association; Jeff Hedden, Woodmen of the World; Mrs. Jean P. Bryson, Junior Woman's club; Mrs. Marjorie Baldridge, Halcyon I Club; Rev., C. M. Warren, Rev.I W. H. Wakefield, and Rev. W. Q. Grigg are exoffico members of ine commiuec, Other clubs which have named representatives on the Recreation committee are requested to report to Rev. W. Q. Grigg, chairman, so that members may be given due notice of meetings. Legion Auxiliary Will Have Call Meeting A call meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the home of Mrs. R. L. Glenn Wednesday afternoon, March 8, at 5 o'clock. Recent Survey Size Group Foi The Jackson*. County Agricul tural Worleers council, in cooperation with farmers and State Extension specialists has just completed a proposed farm program for the small, medium and large ' 4/ farmers of the county. All of our Agricultural workers will use this as a general guide in working with farm people. It is reali7ed, of course, that all farms, like all people, are different, tut the} | have certain things in common. ' A* z basis for planning a better i farm program the specialists pointed out certain facts: There are 1502 farms in the county that have less than 10 acres cropland; j 534 that have from 10 to 10 acres j cropland and 204 that have over 20 acres cropland. These statistics pointed to the fact that three-fifths of our farms are very small from the stand i point of cropland, and we must oI * - / PcLU Bk lw??Kp $2.00 A Year?5c Copy s Here !ws Named >r Of Harris Hospital ir [ieW \jjjiccr Began Duties Wednesday Hospital Manager Is Graduate Of Duke Administration School The Board of Trustees of C. J. Harris Community hospital, working through a special committee [. omposed of Cole Cannon, chairman, Sol Schulman, Ramsey Buchanan, and Raymond Sutton, have secured the services of William F. Andrews as executive administrator for the hospital. Mr. Andrews assumed his duties at the hospital yesterday, March 1. He is a graduate of the school of hospital administration of Duke University, has had a number of years in training and work of this type. He comes to Sylva highly recommended by the Duke Hospital Foundation. Mr. Andrews is married, has one small daughter. He and his family will live at Jarrett Springs hotel until they locate a suitable home. Mr. Andrews is a native of W?... Vniflan^ o+a+Ac htif VlO> tut? Aicw ?JI1?AQI1U 0VOVWO MM* II?M? beefi in North Carolina for seven years. In employing an administrator the Trustees feel that they have made a big *stqp forward in the Mtagtfnfi*<of thevhospitaL fa years past, when there weren't roany patients, local personnel was able to carry on, but since the fiospital has been enlarged and ite services in such great demand the business of management requires someone trained in hospital administration. District Planning Meet of H. D. Clubs Will Be Held In Allison Building Today Jackson County Home Demonstration clubs will be hostess to the H.D.C. District Planning meeting which will be held in the Allison building today (Thursday) beginning at 10 a.m. The district includes Jackson, Hay??rsv/v#4 Cwain nnri Ufarnn rnun* Tf l/V/U| k/ * U**? ^ ww ? ties. All County Council officers and Home Demonstration agents are expected to be present for the meeting. Miss Vema Stanton, assistant State Home Demonstration agent, will be guest speaker at this time. In the afternoon a training school for all the officers will be held. i Lunch Will be served in the Allison building by the club members. Determines ? mitifv fT/vrmft M. 1J*>W saw necessity do a specialized type of farming to increase our income. In addition to other improved practices such as production and conservation of food and feed, the specialists recommended the production of hatching eggs on the smaller farms. They showed that net farm income could be Increased at least $900 with the addition of a flock of 400 hens. For the farmers having frojn ten to twenty acres cropland there appeared to be more possibilities for increasing net income than on the little farms, wi& truck crop* ' and poultry offering probably the ' best opportunities. On the larger farms having more than 20 acres cropland there are various possibilities that are out- ; standing. These include dairying, beef cattle, sheep, poultry and truck crops.

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