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WAYNESV1LLE, NOKTH CAROLINA
Till HSOAV. Al'Gl ST .!(), 1!M
Canton To Stage An
1 Elaborate Labor Day
Program Next Monday
"Full Day Of Activity Expected
'. To Draw Large Crowds For
27th Annual Celebration
An elaborate program has been ar
ranged for the celebration of the 27th
Labor Hay at Canton next Monday,
according to an announcement made
by Pave H. Harris, general chair
man of the celebration committee.
The initial event will begin with a
band concert on Sunday afternoon.
On Monday morning, beginning at
llltllltl I 1 1 IIHIIIIII I
Up until the time The
ountaineer went to press no
formal program had been ar
ranged for either Waynes
ville or Hazehvood. Unless
some program is arranged
between now and Monday it
is expected that Haywood
C ounty will join with Canton
in th' celebration.
nine o'clock the following program
will be given:
i):vlU Tennis Tournament, Y. M. 0.
!):llo Horse Shoe Ptyching,: Chum-
pioii l'ark.. '..
!):()0 Skeet Shooting. Skeet Range-
Rifle Shooting. Rifle Kange.
Diamond Ball, High School Field
10:00 Athletic Events. High School
Swimming- Contest. Y. M- C
11:00 Sneaker. Champion l'ark.
Music by Band. Champion Park.
12. JO Volley Ball. High School Field.
12::0 to . 1:.'J0 Luncheon Period.
1:110 to 2:00, Band Concert.
2:00 to ::00 Finals, Tennis Tourna
ment, Horse Shoe PjWhing,
Skeet. and Rifle Shooting.
:f:;lt) Baseball Game. Mooresboro vs.
'0:1)0 to 7::S0 Band Concevt.
l-.'.W t0 1(I:'!D String Band Concerts.
Square Dance Contests, Fire
10:::0 to 12 :.'JO Square Dance on the
10:00 to 2:00 A. M. Round Dance at
Armory, sponsored by American Le
gion. Cash prizes will be awarded to win.
ners in all events. .
M. Harris announced that the
fireworks display will b,. the best
that has been had in a number of
years. "The display is the best that
money could buy' he 'said,
There will be no admission charges
except for rides and round dance.
A general invitation has been is
sued to all string bands in this' .sec
tion f o . pail.l'.cipat l in t?ie street
dance- . '
Funeral For Mrs.
Beville Held Here
On Wed. Morning
Mother of Waynesville's Librari.
an Passes Away After
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday at the Catholic Chapel here
for Mrs. Annie Mcintosh Beville, 6o,
who suddenly passed away at her
home here Monday morning following
on extended illness of many months
Father Lane, priest of St. John's
Catholic Chapel officiated.
. Mrs. Beville was subject to heart
attacks, and frequently went on her
front porch to call neighbors to get a
doctor, and it is thought that while
attempting to call neighbors that she
was stricken with an attack and fell
from the porch. '.-.' ''.''. ,,..-'
She lived with her daughter, Miss
Iouise. who is librarian of the local
library: . Miss Louise is the only child.
Urged To Sign
County: Ajerit W. D. Smith said
yesterday that all: -.T.e wha have
iqtac.o crops and have: not. signed a
contract should see him immediately.
He also mr.dP mention of the fact
that no adjustments can be made
until acreage" reports are in. .and
urged that this be done at once.
The various: sunerviscr, are. now
woikir.g on.pereaga reports and f. re
expected to tomplet-y . their w-oik . in
'he near future. i :.'.'.
"Every tobacco contract signer is
expected to .assist the provisions cf
th,, measure.". Mr. Smith i lid.
r orol A!-.- T r TotVoj-., on.
..... aim .111;, n. i.aiiiin c
children. Jsmes and Betty, returned
nunaay trom a trip to rigntsvme
Beach where Mr. Latham went to at
tend an oil meeting held at the Sea
shore Hotel. .
At Lake Junaluska
More Than 22,000 People Were
Registered At Lake During
Past Season. Programs
With the official close of the Juna
luska Methodist Assembly Wednes
day night when an Assembly-sponsored
talking' picture was the con
cluding event in a summer program
declared by many to he the nnv-t
varied in scope and outstanding for
its education d, inspirational and en
Although the closing of the l.cader
shin School, in session h-.-re since Au
gust 14. at uooji Tuesday was the
signal for a general exodus from the
education .1 area, the Junalu.-ka As
sembly is far from being a deserted
village. All of the hotels and '-shops'
are open, and the majority of the
cottagers expect to be .here .until Well
Based on figures from the ticket
ilh and permits furnished guests. '
more "than J2-00O ncrsons have been!
registered at Lake Junaluska during
the season. The average population
during the summer has been 2,000 and
the . peak attendance for any one as
sembly, approximately li, 000. '
Throughout the season there has
been considerable activity in real es
tate from the '.standpoint of actual
transfer of property. a. well as inter'
csted inquiries.- It has become, iti
eieasingly apparent that with the en
larged plans for next year increased
housing' facilities will lie necessary.
According to the i coord.- July of
"M showed a ninety-four and three
fourths attendance increase over '33.
While ex a.', figures for August are
not yet available, jt is believed a sim.
ilar 'good showing could h made for
the present .month. Recently ilicuss
ed plans indicate a strong probability
that the season of " will witness
her,, the initiation of a three months
program sponsored by the Methodist
church, instead of two months, as
In addition superintendent James
Atkins. Jr., has received inquiries con
cerning Junaluska as the situs.' of
South-wide gatherings of an interde.
The close of the Leadership today
"U,.iholist leader on their
way to their respective homes in 16
Southern States- More than b'00
certificates were awarded tor wqrk
clone in Bible, Mission-. Social Ser
vice and general organization metn
ods. The Rev J.. Fisher Sim.ps.in of
Nashville, Tenn., .lean, announced that
the session just obvod was the eigh
teenth annual event of the kind, the
movement having originated here
Onlv one person who was a member
of the first Leadership School was
enrolled in the . 19114 term. Approxi
mately one-half of th,. enrollment of
the present school were here for the
fir-t time Twenty-nine Methodist
conferences, and Cuba were represent
ed on the roster.. ,. . , .,,
Dr. W. F. Quillian, of Nashville,
Tenn.'. general secretary of the Board
of Christian Education, : 'sponsoring
body, delivering the closing address,
emphasized the responsibility of the
present generation of Christian? to
change the thought and attitudes of
nomChristians. "When, the, present
generation of Christian leadership
has passed, the non-Christian gen
eration will also have passed from
the earth, and our chsnce to serve
our day and generation will be gone,
"If this generation fails the gen
eration for which . it is responsible,
the : world will, wander on in .-oni.u-siort
and delay We have come to a
tko vpalm. nf industry; a
new era with referer.ee to race rela-j
ti n: and a new era with reference,
to the preservation of home me. ine
shadow of divorce hovers not : only
over the homes of the common people
but has darkened the homes "f our
; "The problem with us i to change
the thinking of men., . That is the
biggest thing in the world. We must
studv to makp . the best use . of our
oppo'rtunitics in transforming the
thought life of our particular gener
ation, for es a man thinketh in his
heart so he i. :' .
"Let us be good. ; After all (hat
is the ultimate test. - He who is a
good teacher and a good : follower
of the Spirit of V,i is a: good expo
nent of the principles of brother
hood. and humanity. A good man or
a good woman is the finest contrinu
tion we can make to. our ..generation'
Miss: Maud Dew. Who has been
spending thP summerwith her mother
at The Waysidp Lodge, left last Fri
dav with her sister. Mrs. Tom Kibler.
and Mr. Kibler, for Chicago where
they "will attend the World's Fair. ..
Widening Of Depot
Street To Be Com
plete In 10 Days
Street Is Being Widened 12 Feet.
And 5' 2 Foot Sidewalks Be
ing Huilt With Federal
With weather permitting, the con
tractors will finish within ten days
the widening of Depot street from the
court hou.-e to Haywood street. The
street will be 12 feet wider and will
have i live and a .half foot eiduwalk
:esid,, ample gut ti ring.
The work i being done under the
supervision of the State Highway
Commission and Federal Aid money
is being ured for the work. The street
is the main thor-ougbfaie from Way
lles il'e to the park and for this rea
son the ext. . width being made.
The street at present is thirty feet
At the interest ion
Depot streets (he
windened and the -1
of Haywood and
iiiicr- are i-eing
; 1 p to! ii
Two buildings bay. had to be mov
ed, and about a dozen light and tele
phone poles moyed ha. k some 12 feet-
C M. Dicu.- local c. ntra.tor, has
the contract I.m tin g adiiH. and
Wednesday morning was moving dirt
from the high bank on Haywood -street
to tbc low let next to the Service
( leaners Co. Mr. Dims has about
l"i men engaged in the grading.
Th. paving .contract.' was lot .to
Rce.e and Kittle, of Asheville. It
is expected that, about 25 men will be
given work when the paving is started.
Refusing To Buy
High Priced Land
Superintendent Eakin (luoted As
SayiriK Deal "About All Oil"
With l'ark Service
U was learned here this week that
J. K, Kakin, .-upcrinteiideiit of the
ti.'eat Smoky Mountains National
l'aik. said recently that because "of
the indifference in selling, or too high
in price that tlv matter of buying
2o,0()0 acres near Balsam as -'in addi
tion to the park, was about, all oil'."
The last Congress passed a bill tint
was introduced'- by Congressman
.ebulon Weaver which authorized -the
park commission to purchase 2", 000
unpi oducti've acres near I'alsain Cap
and include it in the park area. This
would h.ive .brought the' park line to
llighwav No. 10.
'I'll,., bill as introduced did not
specify that- the park commission had
t-.j pur has.' the; .land- but could do so
providing the land could be purchased
''oi prici- in keeping W'i! h otbe.- -ini-ilai'
l'ark officials' have been working
for live or s weeks' on the titles and
drafting "f maps of the propo-ed
Addition to the park, but state. I this
week they bad "hit a . -nag ' when
trv.ng to ii. -got iate wit h several of the
2a o.- property holdeis in the an-a.
The -cop- of t.'iritoiv that the
p'. I k ein i n i s joti wa nts to add to the
park '(s fin tin- H .ywood-Jackson bne.
About LVMM'acrvs being in this ei.uri
ty arid lO iibo jn Ja. kson. i."o . defi
nite price, or-offer was made public
l'ark officials stated, however, that
some were holding out for more than
the land was Worth, and that the
commission .would, turn, down the
whol matter before paying extrava
gant prices. . ,
A park representative said: Most
of-the land is unprofitable, but some
are trying to hold up and make the
government pay more than its worth.
The government doesn't have to have
the land like they did in the park area
where thev had to pay almost any
nrie. That won't be the ra-e this
' The representative continued 1 say
that it would be to the advantage
of the state: to have the parK area
extended to the highway, but thev
wont pay a fortune to do it," he said.
L'nk-ss ' the property ownpr.s -act
soon, it seenis that the statement of
Mr. Eakin's will he final when h- said,
"It's, about all off."
Monday Is Last
Day To Pay Taxes
The board of commissi", ners have
instructed Tax Collector Welch to ad
vertise all delinquent taxpayers who
fail to pay their taxes by Monday.
Sent ember third-. '
The; staff of the tax collector's of
(ic,. is now preparing the list for
publication and those failing 10 pay
on or before Monday will be advertise
ed, it was stressed..
BOYD. DECLINES TO
BE GOP CANDIDATE
Glenn A Eoyd announced, yesterday
that he.was no lontrer a candidate
for t h,.. office- of Clerk of the Superior
Court on the Republican ticket of
this county; ; - -
The executive . comniUtfci-: is ex
pected to meet within the next few
days and nonrnatf, Mr. Boyd's juc-ci-ssor.
Heads State Demotiats
J. WAl.l.Al K l;Mi(l(Nb
Mr. WlnboMie was re-elected chair
liian of ti'.e State Democrat ic laxe(-ii
live ( i min;ltee this week.
Win borne An Miss
Cobb' Elected To
Miss Beatrice Coll Of Morna-i
ten Named a( Nmal Commit-,
teewoman I' roni State
K .h igh: Miss Ileal. ice Cold
newspaper woman, ot .Morgantoii,
l'..:'ke c u 1 1 ; Moiiii.. v was elected
m-.ia . i.a; hai i . . . n i ! i 1 i I tee(..'.
in n Ir.fin No Hi Carohiia by the
.-tale cMcutlvo committee.
Miss Cobb was elected on the third
ballot I'lom a lield of four candidates
Alte. the second ballot Mrs. .Ma .v-hal!
'illi;inis of Kaison, Duplin county,
alone faced Miss Cobli, The liual
vote - was; Miss Cobb OS, M is. Wil
t.lii the first ballot. Mrs. la. 1. Mc
lve. of Sylva, Ja-ckMUi counly. re
ceived live votes. Mi-s Mary lleiider
-on., of ( bapel Ililt. (Italige counly.
r.ceiVcd :U votes on the lii'st ballot
and .'11 mi the second, alter which
her name was withdrawn by Coo, -go
McNeill of Faycttcvillc
'he -outfit tie alb t eh tt'il' .Mr-.
( 'hai le.s V. Tillett, Jr.. of l bai lot If,
Mecklcnimrg coiiiiity a it, vice
t hail man. Mi's 'Tillett'- received I'.il
Votes while her oppolUMlt, Ml-" latllel
l'ai ker, "f 1 bates, got 0(i.
The selt'ctie'n ol Mis.- Cobb na
I'l Mill com 111 It t eewoiiia n Ca e bolll
fpt-.-ls on the Deinoc alic nai iona-1 1
lailll'tlll lee- to "Ihe V a - 1 a- '-lie.
Illit 1 eellljl II is C t . Sllllpl llg
C ' i i iisboi ", ( on! foi'd coiiiii ;. ,
T'b" commitlet; aga;n elected J
W Ha.,, WiiiIm.i no "f M.ef aa.i,. Me
Powell coil nt v. a il s c ha i r'na n.
lleiweeii the -ccond and thud 1 1. 1 !
lo bo- national i . mi nuf : ew J ii.a
'be commit tee 'heard a;, a'l.ire..- by
biveriior L brine hail-. I' 1 . 1 .' , ,'i 1 1 a I
nm1 . ii of tic governor adopted : i''s-oluii'-n
e pi i - ;i.g 1 1 g .I.- at lb" -ollltli.ll
ex pressing, legl'l at the .
riou- illne.-s of ( hairman la. U. .lef
li. -. of t he highway an I pa in; "it-a.-.in
in i.-.-ii i li and wi-hii;C for al io, a
s peeily . ecov t I V
iiie governor told the committee
that his administration i- -living
to (five t he (-tate 'a : f i ugal an
honest and an '(ricient conduct ol
gov.'i nhiental alTaii-.s ; inl to provide
for tile citizenship of North ( arolina
a fa i . deal at the hands, of those
dealing with th,. citizenship, in pub
lic uti I it ies and other ways ''
.'-. He' specially mentioned' ' that he
was light ing' foi - "fair" gasoline and
oil prices; "-fair" f i eight rates, "a
fair deal nd fair price for the farmer
for his product.;." and "provision so
that the f.imer may buy his .needs
including f'ert ilizer at a faa price."
.Sam .1. Krwin, Jr., of Moiganton.
placed .Miss . Cobb in nomination a
national comniitteewoman after the
itsignation of Mrs. T Palmer Jerman
had been -accepted Tribute to the
work tif Mrs. Jerman was paid by
Mrs. Thomas O'lb.-iry, retiring vice
chairman .: and Mr.-i Williams, the
. Miss Colib was described as a wo
man who had always been a Demo
crat and who did not "pussyfoot"' ir,
her new-paper though liurke county
has a h'-av-y' Republican- vote and
business. he has served since VSl'l
as .secretary -of the North Carolina
Press asseeiation and was a delegate
to the Democratic national conven
tions : in . V.)'2i; and l;i::2. .. She
a!-o ha.- - rvi-d on the board of the
st;-.te scho"! for the blind here. At
present ihe i- a iim niber of the state
code authority fo.- the graphic arts
S. C. Hrawiey of Duiham, nomi
nated M .-s Hender-on. Dan K.Mofre
of Jackson (ounty, placed yir, Mc
Kee t'efo.e tlje committee and Rivers
D john-on of Warsaw nominated
Mrs. W;":. a n -. , There w-e re seconding
lio VOTES RKI'RKSF.NTLrt ,
- The lengthv roil ca
there were 1-io accredited votes rep
There wer" 7" memiH-rs pie sent in
Chairman Winborne reported on hi--
work and app'au-c greeted his state
ment 'hat th ie was
.l!L1o i th, treasury
balance of '
County Fair Practically
Assured For This Year
I .,of ftifpo Arp lIplH -
ror LeKoy rrancis
On Wed. Afternoon
Former .Member Of County Koad
Commission l'asstd Away
Tuesday Alter Long Illness
e vict s wele lield ed-
ntsdav afternoon at the home fun
T. l.iliu) Kiancis. 7t' who ti lit) Tuos.
,:;IV iiioining about Id. 'JO at his home '
on Highway No. Id near here. Ihe
st I vices Were conducted by Rev. 11.
W. Ilautoln, tiastui of the b'llsl
ll;ipt;sl churcli. assisted bv Kev.
Ii. !' M. ( r -.. ken pastoi 'of the
( ldc llaptisl chinch.
Inleiincnt (.o math ill (Ii'ccii Hill
celllet e IV
Mr. biancis had In en sull'eiing lor
siMial months with lliiglit'- disease
and ot lie,- i onildii at ioii.s.
The deceased ;i.- born m I t nm s
see V'i veals ago, U'lng the staji of
II. I'', and Annie Shurley brance-,
loth of Washington county, Tennes
see. His parent's ' came to Hay wood
county when h,, was a siuall boy.
lie was one of the progrc.-.-ive ami
substantial faimei's of Haywood Coun
ty anil accumulated considerable
iiroiierl v. He was one of the largest
lalavei.s of the t utility
lair ,i luiniber of yciis he'-. was a
niembci of the board of road - com
missioneis of Ihe counly He ..was,"" reg .ruing i neir woru lor me
from the lieeinii.iie an adsocate td
irood l oad.s and lent Ins aid in bui Id-
ine a svstim of mads. .Ml. Kr., mis
and bis ; associates developed tlie
ciiuntv roads into, one ol th,. besl
sy.-ti ills in I tie .slate before being
taken over by Ihe stall highway
a. - ion It was during tills- linn
lhal the hist c.'ii-bed nek ! w
oiiui in ine coiuu,
o January in. i,7i. i,e niar.ied ;
to Nancv I', liali hll a daugbtl I ot J. ,.
N. KalciilV, of llaywiinil county. She
survive.- loin with the I ol !o w I ng -on
and d .ughlei ; Mi -.. Kdw in. I' me bl
and Mi-. Honi. i West, ol i lydi ; W.
,1. I' I ail- , ," ot lleoilelll. ; M r- .1 I i.
Klut'.. -.1. Ilai lev i'i anci-, and M i.-.-
Ma-M 'I'iaii, is, ail li V.. no.-v lib A " I
''' -'-M"'' Vl: Ul"''"" h"K' "' .
l.rv-.ti i l!;v . I.-. llll-. ,.
llil latino. tin. la:.' I " n.P :n t:i ( .,
I'iankin ! ran i a -.-old;. ; ,n th"',
I . Hi ! i Ii i a t e -iruce liming tin . V ar
1;,.' w . . ii ' !n Slate -. w a cap! men ;H
( iiinhi i ,.i ml Moiin! a n ala I nipt I
. h.cl f y mti li'OU'aa .. lii. ar'i.
( , 1 1 1 1 I
; 1 a : 1 1 . ! 1
i t ne w a v.
wai el-i. e.i. Ml . I- r.-tllci-me,
colli r a c 1 1 ' I n i. a - It's on
oied .it ! be home ol a
I . la . i v t
( ild bo
I dei, and wa-
; in ied ;.hi re. - -
Tin-"n '.ili.i'-arer- '.vt a .lame.- I'...
M ie I,, bo Ma.-i. . Hugh -Rat lit!
RoN-i ( Franc I bai ba-. Fiance-.' and
I a veial'd Sl-k.
Over 2500 People
Visit Balsam Fish
Hatchery In 1 Day
; Proof that -Ihe Stale, Fi.-h 11 tcb
ery at lialsom i.-. one "of t he most in
tei e.-t ing places, in this section is the
fact that last Sunday more than
2,"p0 visitor-- stopped to . soea i he
thousands of fish in the pools i;s well
as. the miniature Zoo which F. J.
Reigi r, manager has built up . just
for the visitors.
Kach day large crowds .stop in to
inspect the hatchery and see where
over a million fish first saw the
"break of day". U-foro being shipped
to. all part.- o'" the sta'e to stock
streams. ; .
The Balsam hatchery is -now sup-
plying the majo-ily of tlie i estdCKtrig
supply of the state, and plans are tin.
ler wav to induce the departnierlt ol
Conservation and Devel i.imert to
make additional imiirovements at the
IJi-t-ause of. the nopul a ; ,ty ; and efli
ciencv'of the management it is ex
pected that the w-o.-k will be done in
the near future. A numiicr of p.a.pi
inent. citizens feel that :.t is (-ssejitial
to ke p the lialsam Hatchery in line
with ; reiiuirements. which will ne
cessitate additional facilities.
It is the plan of Mr, Reiger to
add several attracliotls to the ?oo next
spring, one of them being on eight
foot alligator-. .
Hundreds : of vi.-i : s . have said
that the zoo is one of most attractive
in the country. One of the most in
teresting spo'ts at this time -' ins
be the snake pen, 'where several live
native .-rake- ;i-c k .;).. The intetest
' manifested bv visitors is responsible
for Mr, Reiger s dec's:'. n. to ec;;;:
on the zoo. He also anticipates, ad
ding several large fish to a. sjucial
pool. The fi-h : will ' weigh about
Although over a million fi-h have
been shinned this -'season, thou, -re
still a lare number at the hauhery
rea-ly for shipment.
iravt With Man To Finance
Within Next l ew Davs
1'icscnt indications are that Hay
wood county will have a County Fair
this year, ac.ttdiug to a statement
made yeslerdiy by County Agent V
D. Smith who is a member of lr
( oniinittee named last year to win .
cut delimte plans for a coirity lair.
I he committee was in ses- i ia Weil.
i ue.-ilay nioiiiiiig; wall a in. ill w itn
win m it is felt will in a coiitr.ot
to tinaiue the lair for tin- yea - Mr..
Smil II dttlnu'd to disclose the name
of the paity except to say that "Ihe
in. i:i is in a position to nia'o' our
l oiint y I''' a i .' a re i lit instead .1' a
Definite announcement- Is expiated
within i he next lew days.
Mr. Smith said further, "1 don't ,-tc
an tiling that wdl keep lis limn
having a toiinly fair this yeai. I'laiis
are being worked out to a point to
whole :l looks like He alt; a--ured
of that which we hav,. long hoped lo
li - lis (- t ii c;oii,e so tar t hat
the week of October lift 1 1 . has been
set foi ihe fair dates. It i.s expected
that a charter will be' drawn up soon
under the name of Haywood ( utility
l 'air A ssoi lal ioli.
D'st fall a coniniiltee named by
the Anion. an -Legion began work tin
'gttti.ng a (ounty-wide fair for llay-
wood county and it was only yester-
day that they made any public stale-
' I'asi uionuis. I . coiiiiiiiuec is ciim
lN'M. !' ul. . u
A lirailley t oni l.ee .1 r
j XLl '
laidin, (iuv . .MaS.-ie, Doyle
..ml V Di Sunt li. ,
o Flags To Be Given
County At Formal
. '"I j I
( lianipion l ibit- Company I're
sonliny County With I'niled
Stilt es And Slate llaji
, , S;.l u.daA , Seileml.e I. a I 2
oV;. h, II, .).,.' cUM ,-, helf. the
( li.amiHon I' line. C.nii,.in.v w ill lorm
, i (l, n; : u 1 1 a. wood ' oiuo y a Hag
,. r,irt.-tj .Stale- tne Noilh
i t,nui V.;r.
1 1 "i: i a in
A pa i ade w ill 1 oi in at 1 he I! a pt i st
ihilich and will he pa .'I i a pateO i il by
the' I ani.ii llaii'l.; lie p re-en 1 a li ve,
i .1 the A lie li-an I .og'loll I'l oil! I he
a. in - 1 1 Ii- ;.nd I .irlon ni;-ts ; the
i anil ii S enal ' Compa-iiy ; I he Way
i e vill. .'(laiiiine linn i ompaiiy; and
i a J !. i . no Wi.y si':-'- lae 1 e iy Scouts.
On ri i V a I - at t in c- a rt 1 1 otn t he
-linn- will be pre-Mi:ii,vaa; by S. M.
lii-i'-.iisnti, of ( 'aiito.ii pi idi nt of the
Haywood iar A-.-ociation.
'I he i'aiit'in l!and will lender .(ho
much; and the invocation will be of
fered by Dr. li. I'. Walker;;
; The Hags will be, pre-eliteil by an
olli. ial of the Champion I'ibie ( mir'
pany and will lie accepted by a 'menu.'-,
her of the hoard of county commissioners.-'
: Judge Felix. K. Alley will deliver
the .aildiess of the occasion
. The piograrii comniit.tee in a lm ma!
.(-i)'Ji .-! stated: "All cil izens of the
county alt- invited to atteiid. and es
pecially all '...county . Ut'ul .municipal
oHicials ar,. requested . to lie present,
as well 'as any patiiutic and civic or
ganizations.'' Some few weeks ago Mr. . K . F
Wentz, chief auditor for the com
pany while in. Raleigh found an old
law which stated that there sliould be
behind the . judge's beiieii in each--
tout loot... llo- ,,f ll,.. I"r,lt...l
s,a.( an( the North . ( it rolina state
lie was so interested in the .matter
that upon his return be took it up
with ollicials of th,. Champion Fibre'
Company and it was decided to 'make"
a gift of the . flags to the county.
Two handsome flags costing; 'Woo'
vere bought foi-the occasion,.
Crawford To Play J
.. Freddie Crawford. A i Atilei ic -.11
tcckle of T-ft.jo is in -C:::tiig'-a' and wilb
pa rioapa'-e witlv the; .-. a ;.--:.; all-stars'
Vs.. ! tie- pi of,.. -j,ir;.-i' I: ar-i i il a f-.n c .ball-;
gam.; on Frihiy.
.( ; awi'aia Will, iviv- rf.-i?t:tl
-font hull with, thej lleai- '; hi-: sea-ivu
.-' Jt like) aincT'e- tie; g.' tar'e-t ' linta-
lo. n ever 'produced in the- South- .tb.' '
fi rmer llhie-.'. 1 'evil, -tarkie .playe.l,
.tli rough tine gaiic's-last .-e'r. -nfr with.
out def'.-af; or a til, 'Until. '' (icorgia-.'
Tech w :v i . Dak, tea'r. in Do.
Mr a?;.) M;s. li'rne'ius ( hatin re
turned to their home . Sumiav after st
v -i to Mr. a-d M !'.- T. Ci. -li"