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WAVNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Til l' US DAY. Jl'NK 15.
homas Price To
JO RD TO BEGIN j Spend Most Of II Ls
)ITIES TUESDAY I Time At f amp Here
Creels World's Fair Queen
'inUi!'- 1 Announced.
pl..i '.t- Of Taxp.ue'-.
Has Resigned rOvecuiive Position
With Lnrgt Ftailroad 1
m of county commission
. -tdute the board ot equal
, ei hegiii their duties next
r.rii capacity and hear
1 i, -.. .- ,,f taxpayers in the I
, ... v ' -hips of the county, and
. -m'v adjustments where
I . i- be an adjustment.
" j. .. , ,,..:ntcd out that those who
, -"jr-rirs to make must apnea,.
, ('.- .. . board when it meet m
ti'. -p-hip i" which the property
.. ,.i special day has been
I'H'eting in the townships and
lin's for that community will
m ,,n the (lav designated for
r , ir,i will he at the designated
1 nine o'clock each day.
': -.-hedulc as made by the hoard
) .-. township.- June 20, at Bethel
Ufii school. ,.
.-, K,,rk township, June 20,
ti:,l High School.
( v.-il township. June 20, Bethel
, v Hill. June 21, Dellwood School.
,.,iathan 's Creek, June 21, Dell
ataloocheo, June 21, Dellwood
fcchool ., . ,
l. i,,,.. Creek. June 22, Fines High
White .Oak. June 22, Fines Creek
Crahtree. June 2:?, Crabtree Post
Iron Pun", June 23, Crabtree Post
rtrt il.. 1 TT' 1. O..Vl
( 'vtic .i une 20, -tyne mgn-
or of Commerce.
Wavii.-sville. June 29-30, -. Court
Ih.u-o. . .
C C Francis, tax supervisor for
jr-n wood county, has been named as
H t k -to the board of equalization.
Sonic weeks ago the board of com
missioners met and ordered a hori
ronfal cut in real estate valuation of
ton per cent. This step was taken
after much discussion of whether a
ho, ioii'.-U cut or a revaluation would
i.c- the botter plan. After a mass
meeting and a general discussion, the
timizonlal cut method was decided
With the ten per cent relief, it U
expected -that -this -will eliminate a
Inn"- number of taxpayers from mak
ing a complaint to the board when
her meet (luring the next two weeks.
s l'usi lo -e
. Price h i
nt -o that
r and has
s ,i n n
who is one 01
Veinetns heat ing
i in pr
time here n
Mr. Price reciiillv retired as seere
tarv ot the I n ion Pacific t ,om
)ianv anil alter traveling over prac
tically all the world give. '.his sec
tion as ins idea (d a paradise on
earth." lie has a host ot inends m
this section who are delighted to know
that he expects to make this his
that he exnects to make his home
Mr. Price has taken an interest
in this section and has done a great
deal of pood in the community. For
the past few years he has given a
monthly allowance to Allen's Creek
school to provide hot soup lor each
The New York Evening Post
the following to say regarding
Thomas. Trice. secretary of
Union Pacific, who entered railroad
service as secrtary of the late E. H.
Harriman. today announced his re
tirement on pension.
Through the retirement of Mr.
Price' financial community loses the
active service of the man who was
undoubtedly more familiar with "he
details of the turbulent career of the
late railroad financier than any one
other than members of the Harriman
Born and educated in England, Mr,
Price first became associated with the
Urlan Pacific in 1!07 as chief clerk
and assistant to the president. After
the death of Mr. Harriman. ho was
elected secretary of the Unjoin Pacific
Company, the position he held until
retirement today. In auuuion, ne
was ' secretary and a director of a
number of the Union Pacific subsidiaries.
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Joe Shackford. Wins
Honors At Duke
Joe Shackford, class of '34, Duke
I nivci'sity. who has returned here for
in- vacation, has made a hnc record
at '.lie University. He is president
elect of the student body, member of
ne track squad, retiring president of
he juinoj. class, member of Thombs,
honorary athlete order, member of
l!eta Omega Sigma, honorary sopho
more order, member of Onncron
Del' a Kappa, member of National
! e:olorshm fratpmitv. memher of Pi
Kappa Alpha social fraternity, and
was recently tapped as a Red Friar,
an order that selects the seven most
oiu-tamling men in the junior class
each year. .
Mr. Shackford is nepliew of James
Atkins, receiver and manager of the
I.akiv Junaluska Methodist assembly,
and is to be employed this sumrncr at
'he laKe in the capacity of life guard.
-It is a grandson of the late Bishop
J. mas A'.kins.
winner ot A
shown here as
Queen contest ,
Awards To l lu et
Ha v wood Poi-p
II. Arlhur Osliorne Aiui I
Mlfl Woio l'ii'i"Ud n 1 l
C or! il-.caU's .Monda'
aFRANK W. MILLER
NAMED ON STATE
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been qune a
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SocoGap Road To
Be Complete Nov. 1
C- A- Ragland. contractor for the
Soco (iap road, now has two strm
shovels at work on the road. One is
at Dellwood and the other at the
uprer end of the road.
The Dellwood Baptist church and
several other buildings have already
been moved and quite a bit of grading
has been completed on the road.
Several concrete bridges have bsen
constructed along: the new route, also.
'Work has been progressing nicely
and it i- the plan of the contractor
to have the road completed by No
TWO STATE APPOINT
MENTS ARE MADE OVER
THE SAME TELEPHONE
Mrs Allen Noland,
99-Years Old, Was
Was Oldest Person In County.
Survived I?y Law. Number
Funeral services wd'e held Satur
day afternoon tor Mrs. Allen No-land-
of Crabtree. who would have
been one hundred years old on the
12th dav of next December. Mrs. No
land was the oldest person in Haywood
county at the time of her death, which
occurred on Thursday, Juno-M-h after
a lingering illness of several months.
Mrs. Noland died at the home of her
son, John Noland, at Crabtree. with
whom she had lived for a number of
Mrs. Noland joined the Crabtree
Baptist church when she was 1,r years
of age. She had been a continuous
mpmhn- since and it. was from that
church that the funeral services were
held. Rev. Forest Ferguson, pastor of
the Baptist church and Rev. Mr.
Mighfill of the Moth" list church,
,,.,lM.tof1 t-Vir fiinprnl services. la
the ( rabtree
I'ark Sign Is Being
Painted This Week
Sign paiinters began work Tuesday
a lettering the huge sign at Mam
"ul Depot streets. The sign will have
i black background and white letters.
riie main arch of the sign will
iave two rows of letters. They are
1 he C.reat Smoky Mountains Na
tional i-ark." The arrow which will
suspended underneath will bear
-'.o words. "Eastern Entrance."
A benefit show was given yesterday
to raise funds to complete paying for
'' e sign. Anyone wishing to donate
towards the sign should see Mrs. Love
the City Hall or Oscar Briggs.
Dayis-Calhoun, local sign painters,
'e doing the painting on the sign.
. Bi ginning Sunday, June 2a, Dr.
vvle Yates, f Louisville, Ky., will
hegin an eight-day revival meeting at
'ae First Baptist church.
Dr. Yntes is one of the youngest
nid most prominent preachers in the
SoJthern Baptist Convention, and his
srrvice. are in great demand. Rev.
H W. Baucom stated yesterday. It
s expected that a large crowd will
attend all of the services, which will
he held twice each day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McClure spent
the week-end in Black Mountain as
ne guests of relatives.
It is rather unusual that the two
recent appointments made by Govern
er J C. B. Ehnnghaus .of Haywood
men should be made over the same
phone. This is exactly what happen
e according to C. A. George, owner
of W. W. N C. Cafe over whose
phone Judge Felix Alley receive"
notice of his appointment, and also
that of Frank W. Miller last Satur
day afternoon, when he received the
appointment as a member of the
state highway prison commission.
WILLI A V FLO IV HK HUTS
William Sloan, who graduated
vesterdav at Vanderbilt University
Medical School, Nashville, Tenn., and
received his medical degree, is ex
pected to arrived today for a brief
visit to his father. Mr- Hugh Sloan,
Dr. Sloan received his A. R. degree
at Duke University. Durham, be
fore entering the medical school
where he has been a .student for the
past four years. He has made an
outstanding record in both univer
sities. Thi, summer he Will go 10
n Viosnital in Peoria, Illinois and be
gin his internship.
METHODIST HAVIXG TREASURE
The Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, is now on a Treasure Hunt.
Hidden and forgo; ten in out of the
wav places are of d breast-pins, rings,
cuff buttons, spectacle frames, chains,
spoons, and other articles of gold,
silver, platinum, and preous, stones.
Bv giving these you will help to keep
m'issionaries in the field of labor-
Everv article given will be sent to
the Board of Missions .; and .proceeds
will be divided between the general
board and the Woman's Council.
Please bring yoi;r contribution
next Sunday morning to the church
torment was made
Mrs Ferguson was kmown. as
" ilnt Caroline." and was one of the
V,sf tnnwn rdizons of the county.
he is survived hv six children, Mrs.
I P Queen. Waynesville; Mrs. K.
W.Iand. Wavnesville; Mrs. W. T.
Davis. Cove Creek; Mrs. .1. R. Silver,
ronton - .T W Nolnnd. Crabtree: and
W;ide TL Noland, Wavnesille, former
She is also survived hv 35 grand
children; 70 great grand children, and
20 great-great grand childr.M, meat
of whom live in Haywood county.
C. E. Ray's Sons
Store Being Re
Grocery Department Ueins Re
painted And Stock Being
Workmen this week completed the
first of a series of interior improve
ments in C. E. Ray's Sons Depar
ment Storo here. The grocery de
partment has been repainted and dec
orated and several improvements in
the display of merchandise. Several
counters have been moved out and
extra space provided for the customers
to help serve themselves.
J. W. Ray announced that addi
tional work would heg:n .-oon in re
moving the stairway from its present
location to the other side of the store,
thus giving additional space to the
Display counters and racks have
been erected in the center of the
grocery department for fresh fruit3
and vegetables- ine improvement
are in keeping with the latest fixtures
and arrangements now being used in
MRS. MATTHEWS REPREEWS
COUNTY AT FESTIVAL
Mrs. W. B. Matthews is attending
the Rhododendron Festival in Ashe
ville this week as official represen
tative of Haywood couity. Mrs.
Matthews has been given a desk at
the Asheville Chamber of Commerce
and will furnish information regard
ing Haywood county to the visitors
at the festival,
Day To Be Observ
ed Sunday. June 18
Over 20(1 Students are Enrolled
At Like .liinalu-slva hum
Approximately 1HKI studen's have
enrolled at (he ,1 mialuska Rummer
Sobool winch is alhliated yvitii Duke
Uiiiversity, an, which opene I
Opening ..d the school i.. an impoi
t a -it event m the summer program
at Pake Junaluska which will be otli
ciallv luuru:licil...a;iih the observance
of Haywood County Day, Sunday,
June 1S More than 1.00(1 persons are
expected to attend this ovent.
All of Haywood county is invited
:(') attend the son ices and to hi .pig
lunch and spend the day on the
grounds' No admission will be chaig
ed to enter the grounds. Mr. James
Atkins ha, extended a welcome to alb
Dr o . ("handler., who needs no
introduction in Haywood County, will
deliver the sermon at ihe 11 o'clock
sei-dce Dr. Howard Bement, presi
dent of Asheville School for Boys, will
jrjve -the address at . S o'clock in the
evening Special music consisting ot
a male quartet and dueet will be
"iven at both services.
Of further interest .is the announce
ment made by -Mr. aikius yest.-Mm.v
-a' flic installation of a machine, foi
vo-odvicine- sound pictures in the -au
ditorium at the Lake. '1 he first pic
hue. which will be shown there Sat
urday evening, is Will Rogers in "Too
t. i Tirl. " All Toefurps shoWll
I'lUSV lO '!". J' ....... .
: .i, n,i,i;tr.T-iiim tVii season wnl be
ill lie: oiiii,.u..w...
Onens Today. With
Many Special Prices
Modern Drug Store To He Ope
rated Iiy Dr. .1. M. Smith
In Howell Building
Smith's Drug Store. Waynesville's
rew drug store, will -have, a three-day
opening, beginning today, aeeoiding
to Dr J M- Smith, owner, who was
h'-re thi week making. plans for the
opening date and sale.
The hew business-, located in the D.
Howell building next to Massie's
Departmeent Store, ha- beep, re
modeled and repainted for the new
concern. The large stork of drugs
and accessories has been arranged
"nd everything is in readiness for the
opening 'todav. The; soda . fountain
pnninment was delayed in getting
here, but has been installed and is in
In addition to the regular lines, a
modern prescription .department .will
b, maintained. Dr F O Garren,
registered druggist Jof Asheville, wil
be in charge of this department. C.
M Jarrett. formerly of Canton, will
ac in the capacity of saTesman.
Mi "A Butcher, local young lady, will
work at the soda fountain.
The baleonv which occupies the
rear of the building will be used as
an ice cream parlor. Tables aond
borths have been installed, and are
painted in a light cream color afford
ing a cool atmosphere. All fountain
drinks and ice cream will be served,
but not any beer, according to Dr.
A delivery service will be rendered.
Special prices for the three opening
days are announced in a large ad
vertisement on page eight of this
facilities was also
award. Senator Brown
in 1 Mi I at Rockingham.
Richmond t ountv, and comes horn a
line of .distinguished ancestry. The
industry from which he collected
about So.tlOO an his first successful
attempt to grow the strawberries; now
provides an income of from $000,000
to StCi)O.O(K) a year to the l.midlHuirn
The award to Mr. Osborne Mind his
two sisters was in recognition ot their
ellorts to promote the production and
use ,vt pure bred dairy catUe in the
mountains of estern ( arolina. The
line inherited the old home place of
2-10 acres some 20 years ago. Kiivm
a pearly equipped mountain farm, it
has liee'i) -developed into a lirst-class
dairy farm known over the State fot
its pure bred Guernseys and fo,- its
d'er. ilitv and yields. The O, borne
I iih i run primarily by the fwo
;ti,-u l.ti i ri'i-eives the executryi-
planning of the brother. Mr. Arthur
Osborne is well Known lor ins nnei
ligent knowledge of agriculture and
for bis leadership 111 ('""l" ' ''!! ie
The two cortllH-ates weie presented
by President K. C. HrooKs n me rc
cnmmendatioii of the School of AgP-
J. L, Stringfield Is
Named Head Of
Most 01' City Employees Are
Retained Hy Hoard 01
t ot spec-(uneni'H-
ipoiii. to the
1 1 1 i.l the naining
the suspense o!
I'. bringhalls would
ot Mr. .letlress broke
A. J. Maxwell was reappointed ooni-nii-Moner
ol revenue-. lie has held
tin- ofhee tor a number ol years.
Mi Miller was born in Haywood
count c October .. is"-!, the son l
the lale Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Miller, of
Wavnesville. lie was educated in the
YA a ne.syille high school and at I cm-
it v college, now Puke university.
In ls'.l'.t he became deputy ilcrk of.
:i:e Haywood countv superior court,
ervintr in lha: re. pae. -v ... .. ..lis.
lie was treasurer of the town ol
Wavnesville five years, was alder
man tour years, and postmaster here
( lght and a hall years,
ho was chairman id
county board ot election
serving as United Js;!u-
Mr. Mi" M' r. char.oi-
.laint's I,. St i ingtield.
f police, of W ayne vil!e.
ncr that position again
ionic- in retirement for th
e past -I'V-
Mr. Strmtificld was
the board ol aldermen
This latlice was sought lor
and had been the topic
of much discussion durn -,r the p -st
few week Mr St ringlield succeeds
Fred Caldwell, who has he'd tho ;.ost
for several niont hs.
At a moi ling several week'- ago J
H Way was nanied Mayor pro tern
bv Mayor . B. Atkin on.
Other employes (if tie- .town- ap
pointed at the .same meeting are: Mrs.
Hugh Love, re-elected town 'hi k,
O -I, Bnggs. -.re-elected su perintend
enl. of the water department ; S. H.
Stev(son. re-eleeted suierntendent
of electric lights and fire chief; J. R.
1' or five year.--the
' nasi r,
named at a
d the advisory
i - see alley a
on the eolis.li.K
- to the Great
national ar and
meeting held re
'leiin., as i inem
coiiiinr. tee ot tho
Ben Kerley, 20, Is
Victim Of An Amo
and M : s. John
I oe cemetery
-JO-year-old son ol Mr.
Kcrley. ol hast Waj
oiliaed at the KateliO
bundav ahernooii, iol-
ilii'eral icrviees held at tile
iv 1'ev 11. W. Haucotii, pastor
! list Baptist church, assisted
1' rank l.catherwood. and keV
, prwiii. pas:or ol tin
Morgan, s re-eleeted city
llenrv Gaddv. huildi.t:'
smmd A Mitrhdl,
son. re-elected trea-urer
n pector to
G. C; I ergu-
UnOSTFIVS ci.rr. TO MEET
lWood '. '. r' ( lub will
regular monthly meeting
7 o'doek p' the Presbv-
Those in charge of the meeting an
nounced that a good supper, a visit
ing speaker, together with fine string
band' music would be features of 'he
I'.lliLE SCHOOL .COMMENCE
MEXT SET FOR FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night at X o'clock, the chih
,ir.n who bnve been attending the
dai'v vacation Bible School at the
Baptist church will give a program at
the Baptist church. An example of
wha1 thev have been studying for the
past two weeks will be given. The
public is invited to attend.
ti and took
won; ul l!r
Kerlev was a inenibcr
Id! I -He Rapt ist chun
in :id ive part- in the
"i ounr Kerb v wa- injured
.utoinobi e accident late I' i tday al
, . i l I t
noon near tlie ! isli llatcnery a; i.ai-
- in. lie died at the Haywood County
Hospital Saturday atteinoon about 1
Kerloy and -Mack Miller, also ol
V .lynosvillc, were returiiiiig to Way.
11 -Mile, 1 Mini Hayesville in a stiip
down" .Mode ford, and when ihe
s ia-iniu' gear broke the car boc-amo
unniaiiageable and ran nil the Inghwaj
uo a r
I Ol OW
iH.e. was not iniured but na
tei ii eiiitiankiiierit
i from the car
. pavement, i racl
was not in inn
hv the accident
Kerb v was
and til Mean
Lii ing hi.
il. but i
he linger' d
i p i"tr I
vci vi palH earei s
Im.-t. J.-ck Peath' rweo.,, I an! (ol.
be.vav, Frvvin I.eai bet v. " i. 1 . :
Siii Hikle. and Carl I ndei vo"d.
Homer Brown Bound
To Court Charged
With Wife's Murder
Young Haywood . Farmer Is Al
leged To Have Killed Wife
ON Last Saturday
MISS RAY IS ROTARY SPONSOR
Miss Rosalyn Riv. attractive daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rav. was
selected, by the Wavnesville Rotary
Club a sponsor of the club at the
Rhododendron Festival in Asheville
this week. Miss Rav, with sponsors
v.io enrtinn rode on the Asheville I wife near the home of
Rotary Club float in the Floral Parade parents. Mr. anJ Mrs.
yesterday morning. The Rotary i and shot at her w ith a .
sponsors "were also guests of honor load entered her -oJi
at 'a luncheon given by the Asheville shoulder. The cminlv h
club following the parade yesterday, j children.
Homer Frown, r farmer i f t r,e
Fines ( reek section, of t; county.
was boun to court wrlimi! bad. Wed
nesday morning .charged. with
the murder of hi- wife, whom
he is aleged to have,, shot la c
Saturday afternoon near tnei.r
home -about 2." wiles form Way-ne-ville.
The a r.fe. was made. 1 e
rn Mag - rat' Tr " D I , ri;J-
M". Blown !, d -hii' ..V'
reaci-.iing the hospital her". No m-
pet 's inquest va deeni'-'d la ri --a j
B'-own wn arrested ain
1e Wavnesyibe immediately
sl-ootinr. lie i.- sai.l to !r: v
I.. I .owe,