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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THl'RSDAY, MARCH 23,
Mass Meeting Scheduled
For March 31 To Discuss
Dist. Chamber Of Commerce
Park Director Sees
1 Great Benefit From
Park To This Section
Representatives of Organiza
tions Met -Tuesday.
mittffo named Tuesday
mMt.inr of 22 repre
.ernoon uilci " . .
- ntames fiom the xanou, c.vu. i K ,
ionizations ol tne . ...u,m ----C
had d.scussed the proposed
Wivnesvilbi District Chambei of
Kmtno o.gan.ation, the -en
1-rdav. -Mann 01, a-,
mass meeting wn.cn "
..resident tor trie orKa."""". "
n,-,i.Mtv of those present so desire,
v. j. ct the proposal or make ainend
,.,,.. t,, the suggestions recently
ui,m.villo District Lnam
i:,.i. .aii1,1 ini'liwh
tll to.,Harie v........ . "--;
f WaynesviiRv. .w, -
T .lit .ill it noun
tile meeuiifc "") , , IV,,
Dicus jiresented, in hricl. the
. of his proposal, and the pur
r the organization if so ovgan-
A. Hradley, General Supenn-j
tfndent. Made Principal j
Address Al Affair '
Completion of the Great
Smoky Mountains National
Park "is the one thin that
will do most to rehabilitate
Western North Carolina,"
Arno li. Cammerer, asso
ciate director ot the Na
tional Park Service, said
Mr. Cammerer was in
Raleigh for a committee
hearing, said that "delin
quency m private pledges"
has delayed the proiect, but
expressed conlidence ol ear
ly completion of the park
which he .-aid 700.000 had
1 ready visited.
AT AN OFFICER
Hoss llensen shoots Self Tnder
Chin Shortly Hefore
Survey Of Road From Soco
Gap To Cherokee Is Being
Pushed By State Utticiais
dismission was enUied
. , -:,...!!,.
i,v those present, ami ynicm. ..,.,,
J ... l ...tti.. .dllte-
eervone present mamr.
me.it in regard to the movement.
The sentiment of those present was
almost one hundred per. cent in ac
cord with the proposal- Mot or
h.r-i it presenting o.ganuationb could
only express personal views and not
ollUiallv those of their organizations,
as only a few organisations have tak
en any action on the matter. Uut
piaiticallv evtivone present expressed
themselves as feelm that their or
ganuations would approve any state
ment that was made by the repre
......:.. n,i cunnort. the movement.
senta u v. . .irx- .--
rv. mitti named to make plans
and arrangements for the mass meet-
c V lions, chairman, vy
1) Smith. W.' A. Bradley, Frank
M ,11, i Mi- Giovn Davis, and Mrs.
Mr Dicus stressed the tact, alter
he was appointed chairman of the
committee to arrange the program for
the mass meeting, that it was the
civic duty of every citizen of the
community to be present at the mass
meeting on Friday night. March Jl,
regardless of how they stood on the
"The committee will be called to
gether within the next few days and
Win work on an interesting pro-
.,,. ,.hiaf aim nt this time IS
lilllt. Ul Li"V ...... -
nut. to this meeting
possible and find out just what they
think of the matter." Mr. Dicus said.
Under the present plans, the .presi
dent will be named at the mass .meet
ing, and then each organization or
the community will elect a xtpie-
.,,:,,.. .h!oh -nnld become u di-
bCllliUlV ,O.Wl ..wv.-.- .. - - ;
rector of 'he organization. The di-1
rectors, together with the president j
would name a secretary and also select (
three members iron, the hoard oi j
directors -.to' act as an executive
board Every vocation and organi
zation would 'be directly represented
by' having one of their members on
the board of directors. .
Those present at Tuesday's meet
ing included: Mrs. Si I. Gay, Mrs.
Y 11 Liner, Mrs. Ben -Colkltt. bam
K nght W 1). Smith, W. A Bradley,
M is E. 15. Camp, M- G. Stanley, Mrs.
Have Simons, Milliard Atkins, James
Ylassie. C. B Atkinson, W. A. Hyatt,
Paul' Hyatt. Mrs. Grover Davis, Mrs.
V vat: ' Wallace Blackwell, R. N.
Baihcr. ,lr.. 1). 1). Alley, V. L. Lamp,
kin, .C M. Dicus. and W. C. Russ.
The job of. taking up the Suiu-rest
Lumber Company's logging railroad
tileted Saturday, the ISth.
The work was commenced the lut
of October, last vear, when the camp
was moved to the back-end ol the line:
in the Smokv Mountain Park aiea. i . .. . - ,
and un da- ago tin camp was moved AmeriCail LelOIl IS
1IUO l-ilf oumit ,..v... ...
nesville from Dellwood.
One of Sunerest's camps, mounted
on cars, had been used to house the
men engaged in dismantling this road.
Last Sunday, about rUty fo;m-' ,l'n-. Y m .,, 7 Wvnesv.lle and its
ph.yees of Sunc rest heb a so .a o. . the park: and near
"farewell uartv 1 1 tnis camp an. an , , .' . . , .
darate dinner was prepared in th,Uy cites. is ,ung pr.nted on
,;, kitchen bv the wives of the men coioreu gummeo laoeis aim
camp Kitinin oy uic . ..r(.,.(., fo th.. Uniiuss houses and
and served in tne -mess nan un " ""::,,.,.. i, i,i
vv a no v iroais a i tne fuiumuiiiL.Y i'v ".
Sponsoring Sale Of
Ross Henson. .ri2-year old larnier of
Pigeon Township, carried out his
threat of Monday night by committing
suicide before surrending to officers
lor the shooting of Constable J. D.
Justice, who had carried Henson home
late Mondav atternoon lor being
Henson made the statement idiortly
atter shootmv I onstable Justice
that "If the oliicers come atter me, I
will shoot them and then shoot my
self" Karlier in he night he tried
to get someone to go with huu away
from his home stating "Wi wont
! bothered with me long.'' Otluers
took this to mean that he intended to
Henson stayed in the woods all
I J1.! . inaii night, returning about 0
i 'dock Tuesday morning, and was
within ".00 yards, of Lis home, near
Contractor Of Soco (Jap Koad
Was Here Monday Mak
ing Plans for Work
long tables used in the camp. w.
Bradley, General Superintendent, aci-
.' . ,,.1 ..f l,i.. rm in d 1
ed as toast masier - " -m".- -
n ri-ing vote of thanks was gn!n me
Suncrest Lumber Company1 Mr
many years of employment given tnem
in the past; also the entire assembly
tood for one minute m silent piaei
fer V C Nobeck, former, yarn .oie-
nrui Who is ill and was unable to ai
tmd, and foi all othus phvsuallv
unable to be present.
Mr- Bradley also made quiie u ik,
eferring to their lung years of as
sociation in the employment of the
suncresf Lumber company (Mi. Hi ad
lev has been with the company and
its predecessors for twenty three
years), and wished for all employ
..,., ;,, -th,, future satisfactory to
in tin. i' - - - . .
them, stating that he would do giau
to assist any of them in any way he
could and thanked them tor then
loyalty on behalf of the company, also
for their -support and cooperation n-v
him' in the past.
Mr L N. Davis next took the floor
(Mr Davis has been book-keeper and
head office man for the company for
alout twenty yeais), he mentioned
the happy years spent together in
the past, the esteem iit which tne run
crest Lumber Company was held by
all and asked that a rising vote of
thanks be given Mr. Bradley and the
Suncrest Lumber Company ior .u.e
many considerations shown them as
Miss Ila Green gave a very ilitcu-st-ing
readinu- and a solo. .
Dexter Bryant, colored, lor many
years in the employee of the company,
,'made an interesting talk: am! sang
...... .r,r,,Muti SOllL'S. KVCl'VOhe
.i,nt has an eniovable turn
individuals at the community by
local post of the American Legionv
The map was drawn for the Legion
bv .1. V. Seaver. civil engineer.
The books of labels can be secured
(ion. any member of the American
Legion A small profit is being
charged for the labels which will be
used in erecting road signs near YVay
nesville. Tentative plans ot the Legion are
to erect an areh over the highways
leading into the city with the Hinds
derived trom the sale of these label.
The Legion is asking that those
buying the labels place one ol them on
each letter or piece of mail sent from
here, either on Ihe letter or the en
velope. YVednsdav morning K. N. Barber
and Company sent 'out almost a thous
and letters with labels on them.
the barn of Bill llarj
lay down t'at. of his b:
the end of the barrel
tier h.s chin pulled t ;
Tile "'kick" of ;1h i.,
cd Where if . had sli i
yond his feet.
.uu1 an ini-;iv ;
ic, when he
. and placing
t he gun un- j
! rigger with j
C A- Ragland. who was awarded the
contract of building the Soco Clap
Road, also known as highway '!'.,
was in Waynesville .Monday making
tinal preparations for beginning act
ual construction ol I he project.
M,r. Ragland went over, the route
.. . . , . ...i.:l 1,.,,-..
and studied tne survy iim-,.in-
Monday and state 1 :ha' he expected
to haw a right-of-way crew at 'voik
it tier 'he .ast .it this week or the
first of next. This clearing crew will
hi ein clearing '-lie line of trees,
sti.n s roots, sit. v. e am! otln r ob
uet'or.'.' .on the loidvay.
was 'earned 'n-r npproMiii.Uc ly
'JO men wouU be put t ) w k in
inu1 the route.
i . in.iU.rst,) i.l tl.'l. I he l illlll.lC."!
Iklieved That Road From
(iap To Cherokee Will
l?e Made 2 Projects
B S Marsh, engineer in charge ol
surveying and locating the Soco Gap
Road from Dellwood to (Tierokee, re
ceived orders from Kaleign Saturday
to move his ullice and crew to S lva
and rush the completion of the sur
. .. , i i
,'- t., the Dot Ol ine iiiuum .1 .
is the general belief that the road
bring two on.- an 1 one-ha.1 yaid
els here for the excavation ,ork.
so are .expected to ar-ive v. 1 bin
next week or ten days.
T Knight, resident engiticii
t it W'as
a case of
, 11, Dr. J. L.
Sneriir J. A.
1' the evidence
uicide find did
getting in Ins car when itenson
a load of buckshot, at huu. The
hit the glas-. in the door of the
l,u; onlv one of the nine shot
BABK RA TH SKIN CONTRACT
Babe Ruth signed a contract Wed
nesday afternoon with the New York
Yankees for one year. He will re
ceive a salary' of $52,000 for his
el vices. This is the lowest the
"Sultan of the Swat ' has received in
1 1 years.
w a s
found its mark. Hie wound inflicted
on Mr Justice's head did not penetrate
tin. skull, r. was louud when an ex
amination was made at the Haywood
County Hospital here.
A report from the hospital late yes
tcrd iv afternoon says that Constable
Justice is gitting along tine,
The shooting took place in the Re
treat .section ol the county, about 7
miles trom Waynesville.
About o'clock Tuesday morning
Shf.i-.itV I.owe and Jack Carver lot t
Wavnesville with a warrant for the
arrest of Benson. Thev arrived at the
scene about an hour after the wanted
m:m had died.
Henson is survived by his widow
and a daughter, Mrs. Charles Bur
nette; and a son. Rufus Henson; and
H- mother, all of this county.
I berokee. a (lis-
will be let Mi two
to speed up com-
. thus giving a road
via Swco dap to
by the first of the
from Soco Gap t
tance of 1-' miles
oroiects in order
pletion of the road
"W ith tniet- ,.eeKs of fair' weather
1 can complete the survey of the road
from the Cap to the foot of the moun
tain, which is about (i miles or hall
wav." Mr. Marsh stated.
"As soon as 1 coni)lete the survey
to the foot of the mountain, 1 will
,.,) mi the data and I understand that
.v i ,ni 1... nwnrded and work
Arthur Francis Wins
I n Public Speaking
t hiii- Francis was awarded first
in a mimic soeaKinir cuiuc
which w is held, during chapel period
at the high school Wednesday morn
ing: Four members of the Vocational
Agricultural class took part m the
The winner goes to Ashcville Friday
to compete on the district content.
Kach of the four boys wrote their ad
dress. Those takmii part and their sub
jects were ss follows: Arthur Fran
cis, "Kcualization of Taxation as
Farm Relief Measure:" Richard
Queen. who won second place, "Why
Should Farmers Cooperate?" James
Liner, "Machine Age and Effect on
America;" Mack Ketner, "Future of
The iudbes were Rev. Wade John
son. W. C. Russ. and C. E. Weatherby.
Rites Held For Mrs.
Howell At Shady
Grove On Friday
T.-.f ;..r. .:',; f-.r Mrs Lllen Howell,
ho: died at her home on Jonathan is
Creek Thursday morning 7
. , , ....... l 1.1 i.Viiln.., nf Snadv
. '..l.f-L- IIT n' . 11111 X 1 V-T
f . '-vtnhnflijt ' i-hnrch aliout
OIUVL- . tiiw..,..w .
miles from .Waynesville on mgnvyay
No 24, the Rev. J. E. Hipps, pastor,
as.i.tod bv the Rev. T. A (Jroce.
pastor of the Methodist chuich at
Acton, conducting the, services. In
terment was in the church cemetery.
Mrs Howell was the daughter of
Samu.l Feiguson and gramld .ughter
of Robin 1-erguson, the J.nt of the
nime to come to Haywood county
dm ng the peuod tielore "
husband, Cicero Howell, who died a
tew veils ago was a gnat g.ancKon
of John Howell who was a
of the hrst court of pleas mil quarter
f tt- f-wl mmnt'v in 1 cSUWp
Regions or naywuwiA..v .
and at whose house the f.r-t court
met in March, 180!). before the first
.ourthouse was bu.lt She was ,9
Surviving are three son-. 1 he Rev.
H V. Howell, pastor of the Mills
River church in Henderson cou,. ,
Rowe B. Howell, who was for two
years'- deputy clerk of the court here,
under the late Claude A. Haynes; and
l ee Howell, of Jonathan's Creek. . ..
Active pallbearers were R. v .
Howell. G. V. Howell. James Coman,
Edwin Haynes, Frank Howell, and R.
CONGRESSMAN WEAVER RELIEVES
ROOSEVELT'S PLAN WILL BE IM
PORTANT TO WESTERN CAROLINA
$10,000 In (-old And
id to Bank and P. 0.
Weaver. Mopes To Establish
Many Camps in This
I bis crew df four, will be on the
representing the state mghw;..
0, the construction of
B S -Marsh, engineer, who ui vejed
the road from Dellwood to the Soco
Gap, has been transferred 10 Sylva
in order that he 'might complete ihe
survcv of the road from tic Cap to
Cherokee, a distance ol about I '
Six houses and one church will
have to lie moved in order that the
road from Dellwood to Soco Gap lie
built, it was learned. I Ins wc'k will
lie done hv the state.
Engineers started the survey of the
Soco (Jap Roai 1 the Inst ot November
and completed the work December 24.
The contract was awarded March fust
to Mr Ragland. of Louisburg, in com
petition With other bidders for T110,
45.r).JO and the contract lor the bridge
work and other structural work was
awarded to W. II. Anderson, of Ashe
ville. for. $11.244.;.I0. The fork, ae
cording to the contract, is to be com
pleted bv OctoU'r 1, Bid.!.
The com ract. under w hich Mr. Bag-
land and Mr. Anderson will worn, is
desie-nated as proiect '.',410. route 29d,
and the road runs from the intersec
tion of Highway No. 2.S4 at Dellwood
to the highest point on the ridge be
tween Havwood anil Jackson counties,
;,, ii,-,, ,:,l.r,. of the nark area, a dis
tance of X -lu miles. I he type if wo.k,
is t bo grading, .crushed stone, arid
'information that has been given out
and specified in the contract, will, be
the following roadway (juantities:
clearing 22 acres. grubbing eight
itches, o,imhi clinic
excavation . . 70.200
tailed on the mountain end oi u-
o:ul w hile we finish s.umvii;r re-
1 . . . . . I I I . i.- . t (1 I I I
ing ix iiHics. u inn .""
..- to build the first six miles ol
oad than it will the last, six. The
half is on the mountain, and it
,i..;i, romrh. ilthoueh the seen-.
eiv surpasses that ol any othe,- route.
...i ,. ;n ,r,, witliiii ,0 feet ol
,i... .i.,,,i,l,..s;aeo Kails, and will be
im , !'".. - ' ..
,,.ettiet mountain road in int
on the road
HK)VER IN CALIFORNIA
Fv-Prrsiden4 Herbert Hoover
reached his California home Wednes
day. He had no statement to make
as to his future plans, extent that
"he was glad that he could awike in
the mormne and not have, appoint
ment? waiting for him."
Bonner Rav Has
The many friends of Mr. Bonner
Rav havp learned of his serious lll-ne-s
wi'h regrets. M. Ray has been
ronfin'd to hi home for the cast week
Representative Weaver declared' re-
cently tnat .i resMieiu, iMMe..!)
I,. mrf iiH-wa hundred thousaiKi un
employed men to work in national for
ests and government parks wouki oe
of "great benefit", to Western .North
Carolina. He pointed -out that tne
(Ilea; Smoky M Hint a i ns -Nut i 'n a 1
park, the Bisgah and Nantahah. na
tional forests, were near the Ht.fin
ploved 'of the heavily popuhited eat
ein cities, and that fact, alone, .would
i influence the government (.fli.cial- in
eight 'establishing a large number of the
laboi amps ,,i (st(t-i e n i m i
Representative. ': Weaver said the re
forestation program which will . be
proposed by President: Roosevelt, .will
provide work foi- a large portion of
H.....1..,.,, v,.,-i h
tne unemployed ur- h.-m--.o ,
Carolina. The chief executive plan j
to develop the Tennessee river and itr-j
tributaries js expected to extend ititi'
Western Notth :Carolih:i and coy.ei- a
large portion of the territory border
ing on the Irene;: Broad, IVm-mii,
Tuckaseegee. and Little, I enne.-ve
rivers. . ,
in i,tmir newt ner men some back
ground on his plan for providing work
for the unemployed, President Roose
velt nt the White House recently men-
oned the Great Smoky Mountains
National park to illustrate the plan
he has in mind.
The plan would take men now on
. , 1 , 1 . ... 1 ..... . Vw.w,
i dole and unemployed aim. .put .
t.o work in the .parks and nationa
forests Thev would build trails and
roads, prepare against fires, and im
prove the parks and forests in pen-
ral ." Several thousand men .will be
emnloved in the Great Smoky Na
tional park and the national forests
of Western North Carolina, t amp
will be established , at which men will
be housed and fed at government ex
Dcnse and they will be paid $1 a day.
The government will require that a
nart of the money be sent back to
Kepresentauve weaver is
ing conferences with Secretary of In
terior Lckes and Secretary of Agn
VVMllafo ami will seek to c-
cure the establishment of a man,. I
camps in Western North Car-.lina a
t i lic:
old and go
l ;i rued i.i-i.
lank atnl i
city, it w
-: has be.
, t Ofli'-e
ii ne'd- thi
Since .March 1th, otlic ials of the
First Natio.ial Bank have sent
th, Cideial R. sirv. Bank in
norid $T,!7!..r.0. in gold, and
certiticates. This- amount
.vented indiidual dei. i-its of
a (-ii s.
rder eXCfival ion, ,i:),:miu
rock excavation 1 02. i00
overluuil :!0,000 station
B concrete hcadwalls a 2
crushed stone I l.'.'eO cubii
drop1 inlets 11 ; structure unn
class A coneiete Tt'id cubic
reinforced, steel 75,700 jiound-'..
ri'l. 1 f,-,,m I' WOO tO OOC1I
1 Jit' I 0V1 ,.,'
.. i t Kiun snarn luive
uu . i... .". -
; .,-iui we are trviiur to stay
a seven per cent gradi
beyond the .gap." Ml.
The road from the gup (Soco) U)
thtiolu. will hi bu.lt bv th. stuu
Gut is bung paid fo, by the tedeia
Goveinm. nt, while the load from l)e -wood
o Solo G . i onc--h dt lM.letal
D Mtrsh is taking hii same crew
to Svlva By being in Sylva he stated
that thev would save two hours ol
lMV.ng a day in getting to ih.n wo.k,
,s thev are now within a short, dis-
I tance of the toot ol tne mourn.......
We were given cooperation oy mv..
,)(Upl(. and .ountv ofluinls on - veiy
side while here, and 1 appreciate it,
Mi Mi.shsaid. "Everything we ask
, d lor w is gr mted. The people glad
ly inn d the right-ot-way papers, and
,,,at.du vcy nicely at all times. It
h,s 1. n uood bunch to woik with
tut to finish. in lact, i
,ml,n the cooperation of the
h,s 1. n Ivoiy Soap, 'J -tt lOO
.11 .,n..w.ci'i1ri It I hkc
nil" I I .
1 have b
,n i n i in i Hi
playing golf on the spl
the' I'ountry t'lul) thi
Weil I'll be back."
c and nope
in come hacK,
all winter of
ndid course at
Miss Marv Gmi
In (Vutn Thurs.
d in 1 :i
:iver a thousand
T.: I.. Cieen
2,200 worth o
i t ific.il..-.-. ; had
the post ofiic
about .,'")( w:a
f gob I
i IS !MT""!M vr
! CANTON Bl1!).
i:' ,11..-: - r
I One of Wi'.-tprn ( niolnvi
! standi.!' ( itfens as
I ( ant on ( it v" .ludut'
of the d
as to d
iiedUli'd for tonight
,,f tile Men's Bible
-r Methodist church
icd until next week
"astern Stare benefit
(late will made "in
Boy At Woodrow Is
Hurt On Saturday
. Eal Bumgarner, three-year-old son
f W 1 lam Bjmr.ui"' 'arme- ft ,h"
iwoei-ow section was seri(iusly in-
I. . ...L.l.,,. ui.'f.nin.f :it: I OCloCk
, t-i-k by an automobile on the
r: f'ont of his home,
..h"' 1 was rushed to the Hay-hc.-p.tal.
nc. where t-x-,
showed a fractured skull,
, , ..... v.rt Vw
g, and lateral .'us V" i"s.
a mi a.
Funeral rites for. 'City .hois'
Meas". Sr.; HO, outstanding Western
North Carolina pioneer, whose efforts bytorian ''''
aad oojieration were directly resiiort--ible
for the location of the. Cham
pion, r ibre t'ompany in this local!'.';., j v
who (lied at ms home an Aiith .vlam
i ,-treet in ( anton h rida v morning at
l 7:42 o'clock, were conducted at the
Methodist church. South, Sunday- af
ternoon at 2:."M) o'c lock with the Rev.
Dr. Charles' N. ( lark olTuiating.
He was buried with Masonic honors
in the Locustfield cemetery in ( anton,
besitie his wife, who died 2(1 years ago,
with the following Masons serving as
active pallhearers: C. A. Hildebrand.
Norman Freed, (day Pegram. Lone
Snyder J- L. Jones, and Guy Hipps.
Honorary pallbears were R- B.
Robertson. Sr., C. S. Bryant, the Rev.
R A Sentelle. Dr. H. A. Rmathers,
Robert Willis. Dr. J. F. Abel, W. H.
Henderson,1. IK M. Cagle, Horace Sentelle-
Sr., Letch Worley,,, Marvin Alc-v.
.-inrler Willis Kirknatrick. E, P Ball.
A C. Russell, D. J. Kerr. G. N. Hen-I
son; E. (i. Barefoot. N. S. Smathers, i
RolM-rt Conlev. J. M. Curtis. A. P.!
rnrtic .1 I. More-iio J F. ( ube . J (".I
Welch. W. il. Johnson. John R. Smatn
er. G L Hamnton, O. M. ll.t mot on
T)r 1 M Russfii )- W C lohis.i
Dr F M Davis, Di W ( P- -r-m
T)r J T- Reeves. C. .1. Mtf racken- H
, 'C rt'nnrrl en -iiage eig
Uncral -ervices for Mi- Marf
ens Gwyn, of Canton, who died t
homt of . her mother. Mrs.; Amelia
F... ;er Gvvvn. on r, mt-yivari.. ,l . . 7
ii. Canton Thursday night 11:
oVoC. following an extended illness.
v. re contluc'ed at the residence Sat
u.dav morning with the R. v. Georw
II .mm ,nd mstOl "1 tht I list 1 ies-
... i 1
, ,:..n vi his. remarks tiur
iimiiie. but impressive -a-Oey
Hammond paid high
M Gwvn. vh ch h dosed
t ming of two !'h m i.f
. I s,i ' and "Stekirs!"
f... u,, i,
In which sU had expressed s0 heC--tifuliv
her l.hi.losophy ,of life. 'Har.
roh! I! Murdock. a member of the
Presb'vteri-m fhoir, , sang "Face ta
Faee."- a favorite -hymn of hors. Af
ter the service .at the home, interment
was in Green Hill cemetery, m Wav
nesviile with the following officers of
Cant'-n 1'n -ovrerian c-hurch actin?
1 ... f,i...i . Ti;i,ii, .1 t
Jia 1 1 lt,fl lrr s v mil- n. ' i' ifni ft uu.' it...
I Revt iev Joe Henderson, J. T. BaU
ley R I Sprang S. B. Barlow, IL
Arthur ( Riiovrie and Thomas Fumes,-
Miss' Gwvn;.- who had spent th
gre-ifer part of her life- in Havwnnd
r1 ,..- nn,v d to Canton with hp?
ra-mifv s vears a co.. IVurin"- .her
Irlj,;e:u' there she- has-been actively
conn": ted with the religious, and no
dal life of the community. She wan
I mi in Oe r ot t he woman s t .un. ana na
e. u in i-harire of .the
n in char ire
auiij'. ouios ,.ioj.
Ko' htti 'Jil'st -tt!
as pvesident of the Worn
h-'d a crow..
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