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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Till RSI) AY, JI NK S,
Summer Schoo To
V in At Junaluska
' " iiNM.od Teachers li.
( liilils Announces
-Tunual session of the
:: Summer School, affiliated
Fniversity, wm f
-k i next Saturday, ac
"v. announcement made
"),-. 15. G. Chillis, di
ived here several days
V;,. arrangements for the
;.,), for Haywood County
-ii be held in the Mission
i'm i o'clock until 5 o'elocK
'lav Registration for all
d 'us will be held Friday and
' begin Saturday morning.
"View cuurses, such as liter.a
' rammer grade teachers and
hool music are now being
: was announced.
,lim.r school management is
;ui that all Haywood toun
, avail themselves of the op
' to attend the school this
twit ion is called to the notice
. in this issue, that no extra
harp? will be made for any
-cachei'S, regardless of their
pt to teaching positions for
. ' i .:
till !. -
on 'I '--'
New Drug Store Extra Large Strawberries Are Grov n
To Open Soon B (Jcorsje W. Justice Near Wa nesville
Trains Will Be
Put In Service
Dr. I 0. (iarren. 01 Asheville.
Arrives lo Assume C haru'e
Of New Place
Dr. K. O. tlurrii: arrived hev this
week to assume active charge
Smith's Drug Store which is schedul
ed to open within the next few days
if the remainder uf the equipment
Dr. Canon event's here from Ashe
ville; where he has .been connected
with Smith's lrug Store for the past
t years. He will be assisted by ('.
M. Jarrett, of Canton, who has been
with the Martin Drug Store Company
there for the past 7 years.
The store will handle general lines
of drugs and serve fountain drinks.
A prescription department tinder the
m'anagriicnt of Djr. (iarren will be
115 Pounds Of Wool
Is Sheared From 11
Mr. Justice dnms -7-1 o-( Jnai t
I Jerries On Acre And
After. ;vi ;,:y ear- i pencil. o,
lit, -rue W. Justice. i:v ..ti iFvi:-
way No. 2s I has learned In w ;v, raise
sti awberries so large that it only takes
to fill a quart basket. Some of
the berries measu:ed a. most loir
inches in circumference, and had a
flavor superior u the average berry.
Last Friday night when Mr. Justice
btoaght in a load of his tine berries
to the American F:un Stand, who
handles, exclusively Mr. Justice's
berries, a large crowd fathered to see
the largo berries as they were un
loaded. Not. all of the berries weir
as large as those of the L'7-to-a -quart
size, Irmvever, but they all looked
The .Mountaineer was piesented
with the prize basket, ami during; too
few minutes that, it took Mr. Justice
New Schedule W ill Enable Round
'Trips Dailv To Asheville
Beginning Sunday, th'e Southern
Railway will put on an extia train
between Asheville and liryson City,
tlius giving- to this section .four t mills
daily instead of the present schedule
of t wo.
The new train w?.) ar: he in Way
nes villi' from -liryson fit! about S
o'e'rock . Knslorn Standard Time, and
will return from Asheville about six
o'clock that afternoon.
The present schedule id' the train
ai riving here f rom Asiieville about
10:2(1 and the one I'rvm Murphy at
to tell how he produced such large I- clock will not no cuangcd ar me
berries Felix Stovall had a , hance to , present, it was i,('o.
sell the basket a half dozen times. ) The new schedule v. :ll etiahle m
but we had other uses ' for the j; tors arriving ni Asheville to come on
berries. When the basket was weigh- out to Waynesvillc and other points
. .... :.' t i ,i,. I without navinir to soend the night :n
Ci. H. Met racken, local mail carrier , ,,...,,,,.. .,, .,.,.,..(.,,. m,,m.s Asheville. It will also enable aym
and stock raiser, reported tins weeK ( , ' , ; .,...... ,,.. ...
that he got 11
Daily Paper Beiiu;
District ( 'ha in her 01 ( omnierce
Is l'ulilhinu Daily l or
I Jem Liner diets
Contract For New
Nurse's Home Here
U'ayiie-r die ha a dad.. 'iei
To 1 he folks here ;ii row n ; ii
news, as tVr the pas; vi i k t
been receiving' copies of oil"
world's smallest dailies -which i
liubllshe,! bv the Wa vnos.v ille 1
t'hambcr of Common c.
The paper is printed daily at 1
o'civik, and is distributed .,! legul.r
city daily sly I,, by carrier boys under
the supervision of lite circulation
manager. Walter liraddot k.
c.i clary of tin
t iln nif i i e,
T,, iliiH . '
1 K l & r.
X E W S
,.,i tlijv Sehmelinir are
'or their 15-round light at
stadium. New York, tonight,
.: n,,,v,,,.v aiding the role
".''' ci- A crowd of (50,000 is
.-.nYcd tr, pav a-buut !JiiOO,()00 to see
ite li'dit. l'iiHh fighters are said to
k' i Tine condition. The , betting odds
'vi ere irr favor of Schmeling.
norted this weeK
pounds of wool from
11 sheep. This is an average of about
eight and a half pounds per sheep
The average i
Mr. McCracken's (lock is composed
of last year's lambs and are of the
Li d by overwhelming anti-prohibi-t!ir
strength in the Chiciigo area,
i'i in, ,;" . Tuesday became the ninth state
vi.te for repeal of the ISth am-
Mr -insti,-.. evuects 1 eel over It . .Vllle pCMple to spi'lld 11 llllV ill A He
(100 quarts f berries from his acrejville and return on ihe train, where
and a half natch this vear. he savs. this lias been impossible because ol
half pounds per sheep. -Ius( ,)(AV ht, ,,,.,,,1!,,., ..j, p,,,, h.v. ;only one train each way daily,
s usually about tour or. ,,..,-.i-i ,,,,, i,,, ,i,,i;nii.,lv le-u-ne,! l'ixnerimental coach fares ol one
alllroiigh he stated that he' bought a and one-hull' cents per mile are now
wo in -out field about ill! veais ago, 1 i" elt'ccl , and w ill be ... it iimed on t ho
.... i i.i . ' .,.,;..a,r, .,. i .... I new schedule. Mr. . 1.1 llelilllts. as-
.ULLl .ll.lL 1I1S lie I U 11 I ' I S I.IUISCU .'.I 11. ,N
land tolil him he had a white elephant sistant general passenger agent in-
t. : . 1 1 . e... : , .. . i . . ..I. . . ' i, 111 n, 'iwl
s i anus, nil I s i-.n u i i t. . ....
eleiihant it looks as if it is more of
a gold in inc.
"For 20 years l have been -experimenting:-with
strawberries, and I have
juH found oui hov. to grow 1 1 : 1 1 . '
Mr. Justice said. "There are en.iiigh
vdd worn lield-- in Haywood f c.mti
tlmt if they were p; iHieily plain. , I in
si lawberries they would - ' ,i..luce
ellollL'll to pay tile ;ae- i r, ,-,,,, j
i rniei s. ! ,u i inn: ! lariiter. wull f
.' I tei'i vol-',, ii take.- gel
Tl.e naiier is
managed by the S. .
triei t'haiubt r of
Helen t". .Matthews.
"The response from the public has
been most grat if mg ," M is. Matthews
Noted Writer Is
Writing Book Here
Judge Rohcrt N . Winston. Once
In This District, Works On
Hook On l.ee
one ' , .1
Benefit Show Is
To Be Given Wed.
liecuuse s'ome pledges made for the
erection of file sign at Main t reet
and Depot street has net been paid,
Mr. liriggs has made arrangement s
with .1 .K. Massie to put on a sjaa- ai
at the VYaynewood t heat re at Which I o.ln( iiioin
... i . ...:n ,i.i '
Work For Veterans
Two 17-vear-old Boy Scouts were
drowned at Marshall Tuesday while
;V v were Irving to learn to swim in
the French Uroad" River. The boys
wire Stephen B. Roberts and Fields
rim., ('nods, wi bo raisc-i towards
completion of the sign.
",Jr. Massie is donating the use. ol
the .' theatre; and it is expectixl that a
large attendance will attend h see
"India- Speaks" with Richard Halli
burton as the star player.
Indiana Tuesday became the tent h
slat, . ;. vote in favor of repeal of the
The Reconstruction Finance Corpor
:iii..n linen nut horized to loan
i h:h;i $.".11,000,000 with which to buy i
F. S. Wheat.
.lininiie Mattein, American round-!-!!c-v..rld:
tlier 'took--' oft' in Siberia
tucsday inorntng.: The Texan pilot
was ever 10 hours behind the record
set bv fust and Gatty oil their round,
vh.- 'world- flight. Ma: tern was o-l
manges ahead of the record when he
i'aivded" ..in Moscow,
d sevvices were held Tues
day -for 1M-. and Mrs. T. W. Deyton,
in,' Spruce Pine.. Mrs, Deyton. was
fatally w-eunded bv Dr. Deyton. who
,.;!., en ended his own life. The. acts
wei- attributed to despondency oyer
..:..;' ..health and to the. fact that Dr.
Jttyton was. crazed by drink.
Wa nesville Tennis
team Lost Friday
.. f r the second tiine this scaswn the
Wavnesyiije tennis team was defeated
by., the strong Cullowhee. team,. The
.loci! i layers split with the visitors
last Friday on the Belle. Meade. Tlay-groi.-nd
- courts in double matches, with
l.i'r,, t'adgett and Maxwell, winning
tiver Ikichiman and Sutton, 7-5,0-4,
wh:1- ..Messer and, Haynes dropped
their set t6 Bowman and Heddwri, 7-5.
- -.;, .".--,"' "'---'--i
-1 . : I'adgett took his. match from
I'-e.' Ifichanan in two sets, 6-4,6-2.
-Maxw-f)!! disiilnvftfl n rpal nnmehack
iifbt-.dropping ..his first, set ; to Guy
Sute.n, and won the last .two. Their
51 u ts 1 b, 6-4, 6-4.
fach Weatherby Ito-ok his first set
t'ii'm Ronald Redden, but failed on the
conHliaek and lost 2-6, 9-7, 6-1. ,
. F'.yde Bowman, the left handed
cit'h all kinds of cuts, won over Mes-
" if r (t-S 7 r.
Tiul Lvdav defeated Edwtn Haynes
nft,. 11.. - . TT I
'-.e i in ft? sets oi see-sawiiiK. iitf
w-r, ('-;!, 4-6, 6-2.
I yd ay doubled up for the sixth
,1 , j.uMhee player who was unable to
i ' and defeated Ru?s 6-2, 6-4.
ARCH IS PAINTED
, Tne, huge arch which was . erected
'flst week at the corner of Depot and
7 1 fleets leceived its first o"f
oi. paint yesterday. : It is. expected
hut, the sign paanters will letter the
f-tn with:n the next few davs. A
"rge arrow with the words "Eastern
enhance" pointing down Depot street
dl be put in place also, Mr. Briggs
stated. ." -'.'" -V-
Miss Mildred McCracken has ar
rived from Dttke University to speud
the summer vacation.
Mr. R. D. Liner, otV Bulfalo, South
Carniina was a, Wayne? yille visitor
.Mi-: Don Hyatt and Mrs. Lee Davis
left last Saturday fif attend the enm
mencement exercises at Duke I ni
versity. in Dur'nani.
. vi . Mi s. 11. K. Adams of
! Tampa, Florida have 'arrived to spend
the summer at their eottt.ge at. i-aiu
.Mis Harriet Morrison has arrived
iv, ii-., V,vni:m's Colleu'e of the Uni
versity of North iarulina to spend
the summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W.D. Morrison, at their home
at Lake Junaluska.
Mrs. M. D. Dunlap ami son, RoUciT
Hunt Dunlap, of Athens, Georgia ar
rived last Saturday for a : visit to
Mr and Mrs. V. D. Smith. Mr. Dun
lap, who is a former college chum 01
Mr. Smith, arrived Tuesday to spend
- jiss Theima McElhannon, who is a
student at Western Carolina Teachers
Ys.,11,,,.,, ,i u' Denmark. .Dean of
e..uite, - - .' , ,
Women, arrived yesterday to. visit the
foimci'b iskr, Mrs u i) annul,
and Mr. Smith.
: Messrs: Ton Brown , and Von
Rhinehart attended the state .conven
tion of Disabled American Veterans
in Winston-Salem last week as rep
resentatives of the local organization.
: Mis, Babbie Way arrived last week
from 'Salem College in Wtnston-Sa-Jem
to snend the summer vacatm
with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Miss Gehreete McCullins and
At Torn nnfl Temnle Snyder, who
wile guests of Mis William Shoo!
bred foi sevtral days last v,ti k mi
Sunday for their, home in Salisbury.
-Mrs. Philip Stowadl returned to her
home in : . Ashev. le,. -Monday ,af er
spending the week-end he.e a , tne
guest of Mrs. William Shooll-tel at
her home in Jtazeiwui-c
, ...i -Oo.irrott Jr. left yes-
;ir. Lliaiies, , - .
ter.lay to attend Mimmer sc ,ool at
the Univers.ty ol ieunestt ... -ville,
after spending a week vaca
tion with Mrs. Badgett and smgll son
Dr and Mrs. Eugc- Ward, who
were en route from Richwood.W est
Virginia to Their new home in Gains
Mlle Georgia, sapped in a nesville
last Fndav and were guest, ol Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Ward.
Mis Elsie Smathers returned to
her home Sundav after a week's visit
to Mis Eleanor Todd Moffitt m Ashe
t .in.', up early and not i
t he sum goes down. The
nrost follows don't like ! h
Mr; ,1 us! ice has the "Ida
lot' berry. This is one of
!o' the oldest commercial
on the niarket, he stated.
I While .Mr. Just ice is no;
ji'st . . .in .- of s - )'a whe rries
. county he does j i ha p- lea
size of berry.. Ienr. I'ra
'of the largest grower.-- in Ih
I 1 llt'l'! C
! s w e K . .
c I he vet ,
I lie rule-; -0 Ve .1 1 1 hu : h
I eiirollineiit of eteraie
ans ,. Mliirj-eiit .of. i 1 n t m
.! loll work
ua . i i -
-. ar. M r.
Friday f oi
It was tile idea of M
hundreds of quails of
he shipped from here ;
year to the South t'ar.eina
lie sfat'd thai a tiumhor ol I
had stopped at Iri- fann . yiiiir ;.
1-erri. s fur t ile .-out hern market
i :. is not Known
must be lib-d F.
uggi'sloil (hiit vel
niake aniili.-at ion
K iiMiec III
,' as much
I -hi' a.-! e
Mr. -histiei will in:
crop this -. ear. r. it
,- erois .that v. nl brim" m
I cash as he w ill rei ei ve f l oin
and a half.
Xl'ter taking- a few nictar
hei'l-ies, it wav decided t,,
what; flavor th-e'v had ver.v -a . I'ac-
tory, indeed but our eyesight
larger, than Mir berry eanaeitv
i tli'V cr.'lselA
if veterans t m
-tafe is O.'.O.
AH ape'', at
Fine F2". :.nd i
i i lia; ( Inn' do so w it limit
IF. well can Ii- found at hl.s n
t lie Ma-eliic .'I'enipli';
All veterans a-; refe. re..
those w-h.i saw :' ice w it h llie
foiees ,-i.f lite Fiet'd Slaves . 1 11 1'
foi.owini'- pi rinds:
Wo ld Wyi. April '. F.'l ,
S p.-. n il nie .1, an, A p ril .:' I
.ille 1 II : ll l l ect i
.lu.lv e. F'U'lF
co F ' ,. d it ion ,
July !.",, itiii::. .
Aiitilicat ion I
,ii .M a j. . r I ii .w ei i.
.;l era n s Win. meet
fill i-i nii'i.F- and who
presiding indge oi' tin.
Way l,es iFe -peiid'H" s
writ inp anot lur m' In.,
lives i f great S,.'i' 'i " i
he F working or. no ,
Hubert K. Fee, This I
the nress ah. ml the lit
Judge AN inst-oii still t hat h. : .if
ed to remain here until ! 1 i.i ' stro'w I
lie is delighted wit ll W.i-ynesA die
v icini! y and hu,; ':-ied many ch .
since his la-l iimi iiei e yeai -lie
lield coiiii .a ihe . , - -1 1 i n coin
in I s : ami is:'-, o it ,!,.,. er I:.1 i ,
.r in ei
liid Ol Sld.OOd Suhmittt'd 1 or
Main iiuiklir.o. Work I o
Hi'Uiu .Moiul;i .Moiniit.o
Jerry Finer, local i-o:!t 1 act e-. w;i
awrn .ied the cent ! act for buila.rg t iie
.sl'',ii'll modern brick nurses a,. ate
at the Haywood County Hospital acre
this week. Mr. Liner's bid was i. itl.
'.nQ i'..r t lu-- main building. Work is
to bo trin Monday morning and is
scheduled to ly completed in : ' "l Aink
11. J. Hyatt was awarded the plumb
ing and heating contract for S1.70H
and also the electrical Contract for
.Tht' home will be built in the rear
of the hospital, and is being built with
the aid of '.$6,000 from Duke Foun
dation. Thi' county is putting up a
like amount in materials- and labor.
I'he labor Used for excuvations was
done with workers from the relief
depart nicny. and 100,000 brick from
the old jail will be used for founda
A U00-foot n.ck retaining ha- been
built and water lines installed, and
iw cry thing is ill readiness for actual
const met um urn the building to begin
Monday nu'Vning. It is understood
that all local labor will lie Use.t ...
, Closes First Year's
a rule. 1
irg I he
o J ul,
' A fie r
i ill's, he I es
ship wilh ll
A vcivk in I
- w-th S-.
1 ll: i
tile .bench, till
ttid : etui lied to
, fi. Lining a pni;
lie ( I.IS . I ll,i I '.
rgh. Alter -Mr.
W'lit-ii w I'll I :
it oi: I iriggs.
!,s to ,
A ii gti si
of I I
Tweive Vea Is ago be 1 et I I cd I' l-ieil
I he pi. -let ice of law and. wein lo V a il
ingl on, D. ('. From I Here die wc ril i
( 'hapol 1 1 ill and n! er. d t In- Fnici
sily, where I.e wii.to llie article en
iitii d, "A I'-'i es lnnaii A-'aiii 'At S i I . "
Thin article roioie.F llllliil Jlllhl I-'!'
flout I lie larger papei an-1 ma f . .: i h ,-.
At the univeiMly he ,-t In I ill play
w rif ing, ' journali:- in and biography.
Shortly a I'tei-ai ; v :ng at I'liepel 1 1 it I
he wrote anot lier t'ani'i;i- art icle, ' lr.v,
,,MM, j,(j Free s Free Spec, h," I'll is a i t i, le
liiceivd much i oiiiiiii'ii' I'i.mii the pro--,
received 1 1 ''' 1 "u'-' h"ut 1 he nation.
! One .if Ids ouislaiiiUng; be .graph le
f dlow in:1 ! no,, tie,. ,,'C A ndi-eic .loliiisioi. A eoii
iiliiiiit a prop :,,( -ibis is In the local liliiai'v. and o
ei:- pii pared a poluatioii maybe con-1 ,.; almost w.on out d'roui .
n .making side I mas to bell Anoliier of hi- hooks i
life of .lell'ersoii I la vis
With I hi- subject. "Fron
nd W'ig Stan, tioiiit. I h
Several An' Alicadv Km oiled
l or Next Wtirs School.
Mr. Toimison st;i(es.
i-.':glii tiide'ii- linisheil I hor , is'
w ! i. ; "i neoia Acadi'iuy W e In. sd.'.y
in.-'i'.iii I lllls . el.id.ni1: t lie j,- .' y i
o. :l;o to ni itirnlion whl.-li wa- e--ialili.
hod i. ! i' la'- t fall by W ill.a.l: IF
AI,'. fei-'fiisoii jtaied thai af 'n.'e.i-glv
.:.!." i n i'oi1 iilioil had -Hoi hi en w ii :a t he
had wished., : lie .o ua 1 1 1 y of wm!; d-ii".
h.', 'lie. - I intents at. ten. line all ;,.e' ..'-.- lei i
I), en iu..,-i gratil:yi!ii,.: I'lan- .ire
jinderw ay.;- lio- an eiilarg.'-iiieu! :'o;
ni vt ear. 'Ih.ee heini: se . air oiy
. ,,: -I:. 'd for :el year's, wo "L, lie tat
Tin -' a.ieti: -; al tending I'n -'-o:'.!
A. :e.io all eai. .olid i;.i:iiplet m .'... 't i,
fi ii i"f i . ... 1 1 . -e ..!: I b .be i ' I ,i .v. e,
l. iiiieth Stalil. ('arson Saanger.
l;:i;,e.,' .he; ;., ,l ilV Caldwell, Alar,
. ii iF I'raiki n. Sa ar St riiij' li.-iii a'i i
A 1 1 u inl.r r of t lit.-., yeai '- .1.. -'- iii
Ii lid 'i resume f heir ,-i ud'r . j a "1
net fall wit li t lie inst il ut ion.
F. M ayes of Crab! i'ce, spent
shipping in .Waynesvillc.
Mr. C. C. Kidgc i.f Jaekoon'., Creek
is visiting relatives in the county.
Air. D. I. L. Smathers of Clyde u:a
- Wayncsyillg visitor last week, .:
Rev: T. G. Highfiil of Crabtree -spent
last Friday in town. : .
; M'r.. Earl Ferguson . of Junuvhau
was here, on busines.s last week.
Mr.. J. F. Justice was here from
. Mrs. r:
Miss Peart Justice of Crabtree
was a Way nesville visitor last week.
Among the visitors here from Jona
than last week was Mr. James league
Mrs. C. J. Davis, of Ferhdina,
Florida has arrived at the Lake for
Mrs F W Mp-'ii and Mr R
Messer of C rabtree spent last t n
day shopping in AVayfiesville. :
..Mr, Charles Russell arrived Satur
day from akp Forest to spend ihe
summer vacation a; home:
Tilehard Buckner, who been with
a riding Academy in Macon. Georgia
during the winter, is at- home for a
visit to his-, parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Homer Henry have
as their guest the former's bro;hf:r.
Mr Rowe Henry, who is a member of
the faculty of the Hyde County
Little Miss Beatrice and "William
Day, of Washington. D, C. accom
panied by the governess, will arrive
Monday to spend the summer with
their aunt, Mrs. K. Lllen.
Mrs. Charles R. Thomas visited
friends in Skyland Tuesday.
1. Seivice in the aniied foiees
the United States during' war.
L'. lloiioi aide discharge froni .
d. A etci-an is. uueinploy ed. .
1. 'i ier.-in is a: citizen Of the F'n
.",' I'jrv's'ical lifni'ss.'
d. ;(ood character.
Hist i nt
I - i w..; I
t 'n it c i!
II inl ol Dl L I Mill)
I Ml 11 1 S
Mr. Lenoir Saunders left Tuesday
for bio home. in. Haygood,. South
Carolina after a week's visit . W his
aunt,, Mrs. Arthur Meade, and Mr.
Miss Virginia Welch returned Sat
urday from ' .Raleigh where she spent
a' Week irs t lie guest of her aunt, Mrs.
( luirles J. l'arker.
.Miss Frances Rose has returned'
t her homo after a vveek's visit to her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Rus.e,
at their home in Gastonia.
.Mr. Jack Phillips, who is a student
at Georgia I ech. has -arrived -ta tyn4
the summer vacation at home.
Mrs. J: T. Murphy returned Sat
urday after a week's viu ui .Chap)
Hill and Greensboro,
Rev and Mrs: II. W. Baucom have
as their quests Mrs- Baucom's niece
and nephew, Carolyn, Eugene ; and
Harrv J. Langston.
Mr- John Murphy, student at the
University of North Carolina, will
arrive today to spend a lew wccks
with his parents.. Dr. and Mrs. J. T.
Murphv, before sailing for Europe
with the! Carolina Salon Ensemble.
Mr- Sam Welch of the State Bank
ing' Department, Raleigh, spent last
week-end hero as the guest of his
aunt. Mrs- J. Howell Way.
Mr C Mizell of Thomasville spent
last week-end at his home here.
Mis Mattie Kirkpatnck of Nash
ville, Tennessee arrived last week to
spend the summer at her cottage at
. All' ivb iting
welcome to all
Wa vne.sVil le
The regular no etli.g v. . held d ue-,
day evetiing ii'; S. p. in,, June i'.:i:. A
goodly numbei- were j f sent and the.
routine busiies was transacted,:,
. This i-ouncil is fortunate in iiaviiig
among its active membership home of
the leading citizens of Wayiiesville
;iml, this sei'viim of Haywood county..
Professor 1!.. 1). Dunn Superintend
Cnt uf" schools, is one of them. lie
wa.- present at this meeting and was
called upon for a speech,... Ho spoke
most interestingly of his recent trip
to Washington; when he attended the
Southern Baptist - Cpnveiitiom
Degree work was discussed. Ml.
W. R. Phillip.- was elected captain ol
the degree team with Mr. Alf C.
Arrington, first I lieutenant.
It wa decided that at the next reg
ular meeting Tuesday, 8 p. m., June
l.'ith. the degree team will be fully or,
gamzed and the meeting will be de
voted to nractice work. The follow
ing meeting. June 20th, .degress will
be given. The council now has several
candidates in waiting. Let them take
notice and be on hand June 20th.
The Junior Order is very strong all
over North Carolina. That is true in
Havwood county where there are
four large, active councils -at Can
ton. Clyde, Bethel and Waynesville.
Some of the Waynesville members
attended recently a great meeting m
Canton where national speakers were
heard- Also the Waynesville Coun
cil was delighted to have a visit
from the Clyde Council; they did some
fine degree work.
I laze! wood Dei eats
Beacon Mills VIA)
; '!'.: Ilazelwoiid Ball ( dull : defeated
ll.ai'iin Mills Saturday in a loosely
I'niiglit game oi'i the lla;'.elw.,o;l dia
iiii.iKl. Putnam for llaehvnod iasteo
tlic ontire game, wdiiii' Hall for
lieacon was relieved by Smith., who
was later relieved l.y fjarley io'.
HofTi. sides .were on a hitting -pree,
Heaeuii getting 1:7,. while Hazehvood
got - id.
Dull g the heavy hitting- for l!, a
ciin was it'vey with fbur out of five
tries, while V'allineourt aiid Fox haC
flirei' each- Practically all the boys
fur Hazelyvood hit, while T'isher, CoX
II). .i .'..Siiii,' Price and Kuylvendai! tied
for two bits each. "Curley" Price
!:;td a perfect day a4 the, bat, getting
thi.e-i' walks and two, hilj nut of five
trills do the n'atte.
Saturday., of -.this week Har.clwood'
will dravol to; Tryou io engage in.
cumliat with the Tryon-Fyr
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Mn: Floyd Ritch and a group ot .
frieiuls from Gastonia wetf week-end
euc-sts .it t'-e hem- of Mr and Mr