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OCTOBER 11. 1931
.A 1 , , .
a ..-. - Up.nToT Noland Named To
Determine Status Of
Chairman Boyd Optimistic Over
Prospects. Hans Are iu
At Least Two Candidates
IV 44 V a-' v " 7
Milas M. Noland Predicts That
County's Majority M
Normal Again This Year
Tax Collector Refuses To
Over 1933. Books To
- .,i,i,ln inn Ot'
bounty" Commissioner, in special
ss?on here Monday signed a co
sl ,,ith Mr J T. Toland. public
tract with Mi J. i
accountant, oi am ! "fate with
tax booKS irom f-r'. " ,1 statu
he view of determining th e status
,,f tax collections since that time
Some four weeks ago the- board
, i hi.. Tnlan, id audit the
emp.oyeu ; : f ,l that ad.
hooks, duv lacti ii i ,
d,t.onai w' ,r:--h,i niall
fore a complete n- . , , . a
W V Hyatt and Mr. Toland went to
Raleigh and after a conference with
the Local uovei i....-' v
. r. .'4v,;,. vprommendation, de-
ano upon i'"-" - ...
lit nnkp the complete audit
tided to mane mi "u nnde
from 1927. No audit has been mane
of The ' books since that date, it was
pointed out. .
Present plans are -to haw t h ee
auditor, work on thetoU
to complete .same as AIom
Af thpir reeular first Monday
meeting, the boanl lssed a, joso-
lution which was r.efmwV.
collector asking that he turn over
the 19SM tax books to the boa, d- -Mr.
Welch, made a prompt ami
courteous reply : f.'
fining to b. 1-d.d.
f bthe audi we,
then working oil. Jhe rep y . said
that his books would show that he
SUV the ; county o-penny,but
80,000 tax .transactions, and u
county ,mmifiofers , tenja fat
in this capacity that . iiuRU
v.,l errors may n" m.
a letter to t
he. declined to rrendcr the t
books, he said; If J"'"nts are in-
'ance any ot m. the same
correct, it is my h t
be corrected as eaib cU jP
with you W i" , wVP been duly
-In the meantime ih aS
nominated,- Jd'county for
tax collector of have given lawful
, the year 1333, and have col.
bond.a provided, fy t
it; and remittance " , t
;. ., .--"Your request, "t and
..:. surrender to you .g- respect-
- looks tor ine . ,
fully, but mm . jronday
a f q ' srtecial session here
the commip'n.v?g hi'm- W make
formal notice "f provided for
Red Cross Drive
f ' I InflDrVVMV
On JNovemoer 1.111
"We are striving to put at least
two men in office -this yeaiy wa.s the
,1 1. l.,r (! ,11111 ISOVll.
statement tins ei.-iv
,.l,,nrman of the Haywood Republican
-The countv organization is mucn
toiH'er than it was two yeai
i i: lui t w i will hi1
ana inciicavioii? an- - -
strong as we were in 1928. when ma-
candidate for shenti , J . A. 'Kieu ...
was (uit;i.cu - '
1 lie iiavvwwvt m -
i ur t a imr oton. ana in"1"
taUVt 1- VH" -
will wage their main tiffht on thet
- : nt t.ii Wil
the state oxevuuvi- .unmm.
u Co,i.-,iiv fmnforriiiL'' with heads
I It." I l." UUUIU,' .
of the party regarding cainpalK'i
..i v rm,M!i staiemeiii wo
William Medford Named Chair
man Of Roll Call Drive in ,
. r...i roll call
The annual ivcu ,
Mumbership drive will ge undoi way
, HaywcHid county on Monduj . No-
" 7 J ....... announced ttlli
vemtier . . ...i". v,
week by win am .cuv. -
been named roll cal chairman of the
liaucom is county cmi v-
. m .if.A stated that an effort
,.,i,i .,. ma,!e to make the campaig "i uw-visit.- however.
ssful as the tuberculosis control - - i.
and brst aid ool wernvo , B . R .. .. .pa,
the major projects that lu yi , ,hp
laKtri ivl yj- ; , .. .. MT1P (i((iiar, i it nf . im rHmnaiirn
up- nn'H v' v""-
Addition To Cannery Will
Provide Facilities for tan-
ning 35 Head tattle uauy
Sim M Robinson, of Canton. ie
" . , c tii.. ..v.. n live
sinned as cnanimui ". ..
ation. ine iiie.uu -but
all amounts ..above-that will ot
at MrMedford named the following
teoniniiUee chairmen to work with
him during u.t .
., , . nl II li,.M "!.
SctlOO S M. Ii.
Mr l?ovd announced that wunin
the next few weeks that 1 lios. .1.
Harkins, of Asheville. and H ''
... e ...u...,;il... '.i ii. rall-
l,eavili. aiso oi " , : . ,
didate for Congress, would speak in
: Uie .ountv. Delinite date.s have nol
i V 1.. rrevoRt, 1- hcen announced.
I l U.U lo I
Richeson and Ben ColkiU
etieson aim wen j . ;, ,.,,
Husine.-s di-Uut, I'r. 1' O. (..men.
bnv'ty-.V-: - ; of the
Mr. T. 1. i.Meen is -. . , i
V i m-; I .ouise K1-
local ctvapver; "-Tr,tu .11
wards is chairman of health ui
Winners Of Fair
1 ICHIlUlliu vji 7
the ofticial list of the carulioau
being supported by the Republican
party this year is as follows:
s.inutnr, Alvin T. Ward-
Repiesentative, Tims. 1-. C.reen.
Sheriff, J. A Singleton.
Register of Deeds, Win. T. Mehaffey
Commissioner. .). H. Mann, chair
man, Rankin Fergu.son, and James
Mgneu as .. ...... v , - , t. m0l. .at
comnuuee o. u.i - o . , ,; .i...
ic party at a special ..... -
Ml as -VI. -Noiaou. ... .
-imed to succeed Mr. 1 obin,. ,
Ml. KUlUllMMl tlUl !l"l
. . ... ... . iur t S tT"""
al st.itemeiu K.-"'-. '
tion as chairman, mil iou. - -
of the com in itl e t1 ' . , : ,; lhe
lesignanon ui.o . , ... m-ikv
cKe.utivc committee retuml t
a change in '
.. , i,...., r
. Mr Nolaml has
, ,ir n :i v . ..
been aclive'in the affairs of the em-
ocrati- party, aim
"ounty look upon h " m',U'
chaiiman as most lavonihle.
Mr Noland to date has not called
a Vpeoal meeting of the executive
committee together to 'nake d 1 -
.. , 1... ,.,.minir 1'kVtlOll.
nite -n a is m. v-" . ;iu
'but Mated that he is working w
UU...S ow to map out plans W
thev believe would result m ay
wood's Democrat ic .majority as large
T in peak years when the majority
u...i ,i non.
Mr Noland said: "The Pemocra tie
party is stronger, both nationally
1 ' . ; . .. i.f,.i-e. The en-
aiul loiaiiy i"-i.
lire party is coopvrative. and it is.my
ie lit inai wiieo n. . . ----
ed on the night of November mth
. .. ..i .. niPiinri-tv W lit He
at lea.-t four thousan.l in Haywood
1 county " .,, , , . . ....,
-Kvery ell oil win ne inaoi-
the county with interesting '' " "
Versed speakers before the election.
It is als. our ; intention to rel n. n
from inud slinging as it has frequont
Iv been said that sonic resorted to. .
'In all sincerity. I believe hat tin
Democrats of this county will almost
to the man v..te as thev have m tin
For Coming' Year
DriiUKht Stricken Cattle Will Bo
Canned At Cannery At
Hazel wood Soon
Kalph Trevost Tells Hot arians
Of lMans To Unlade I mt
For Next Year
Ralph Trevost. vhairman of tje
community service committee ot tin
local Rotary Club told the members
Kn.lav that ahead $115,000 bad been
allotted for the cannery at h.i.i
woo.l for the coing year. The past
year's allotment was !7,:.00.
Mr. 1'ievo.sl during his remarks
.....i .i,..i iu,. .onimuiiit y bad re-
siaieu I..." wn..
....iv.M durinu' the past season $1.MH)
. . i i , ii t io can-
for pro. ucis aim " ... . ..
.....I ,1, .,;,.- the coming yeais
iK'iy, mi... 1 " ,
this would be increase.!
o ,1 Rov l,athani annoU"
?V . i .J,...;...... in Mt'endance m
ced inai an '. ,
the club had iH'en shown during Hie
past three months. 1-Viday's attend
ance being 22 member present. ...
Under the direction of W ' Mj
ford the Hoy .Seoul uou , s,,. .
"ythe c.ul.willme;t ,n be 1
TeiriDie ill I ne mm.. .
to pay the rental tor the meetmg
finals ThanK - T
Public For Help L. Crymes, bi, lo
Ifn Riirinn I nflMV
1JC 1JUI1VU i vw
Fair Oflicials Do Not Announce
Exact Amount Cleared l rom
Fair, Hut Was ProtitaDie,
by law. I'"' ' bas until Uctooe. .
taxes, Mr. . a bond, , v
but it was arne.1 h ,uf-
hi.s friends-i"-,".. the expirau'"
were just soW on t ad m pe
and that .sufficient tmie ments
;)t.,d him to ni:iK'' " . -, tax
for securing bond i" - ..
. hooks. ' .', ., ,i 0f commis-
. member 'Qf the boar only
if-.:' -.lookini? afte ,.; . ...
pavers m ini. have tmp loye
The comiii.f" ranton.
Sam M..: Rnson, ist.F.
Merrimon, Asheville u in the
AUev. Jr," fHannah
able comment ami le 1T be
.matter, that noting .& coniplcte. ,
known utvtm .
. rw . Ti:-U
The honor -Hs th n-g
of : the1 Waynesville Tonsni b
School were announced th,.
This is lust, another letter to. you
for the public, but to eacl nnga
who reads this we hope it will be a
persoival message. .
' our first county fair is n : a m,t
1.,? J Man v " individuals
ieau , - u.nole.hearted
have, conu-iouw.. ... Bvpnt.
way to. me We
Others maue n , .t.r.
have no com,r... aerate
ing: o. r : future and
00klnI?,v . wdll see fit to
cooperate next year ,in.men
Three communities a- - V;melv.
. ... v.oir--. efforts. ; ramei, .
oaiioii .. i.-v m.iw.nff (xwe
Olvde, Hethel, ami th
limit of.in.eir a"J .......
cumstances. . ce because :of
Our, fair was a succc. .
,the cooperative efforts bu
ness interest of the V'U, ':.N., als.
Letr on. and ow ,i. no
Ufhe. county, agent -
personal, creuii m - - h -.
thank , each one , fo. every
word ami acx .. his nos.
The county agent .? --; . ,
session some of the prize money cn
has not. been cane.. . .
papers you will no here
Winners. , ii .tuived your money-
labe first fair and pledg8d sup
praise .the nrsi iai. f) h ' have call
port for nex year- Oth rs , ha
-lururrworkhard to carry
on lor me iuw v. nf fl
"At an early ate u e "Fair
future. , ,.., rrouse, Tom
Prominent Citizen Of Francis
Cove Community Passed
Away Tuesday After UnR
, . i
Former Resident Of Waynesville
Passed Away At His Home
Funeral services were held here on
Wednesday afternoon for frank Ken
;il,li MacFavde-n, r,5 who 'Hed October
the 7th at his home in i.euo...
The services were, held al ui ; .
bvterian Church. Dr. R. I Walker,
pastor of the church, assistel by Dr.
( Jeoi ire Hammond, pastor of. the I an-
ton Presbyterian t hurcn op-...-o
service w tiun was r..n.
Rolore leaving Detroit, funeral sei .
vices .-were conducted in the Masonic
l.olge of that cily wnn tne ""i ,
liev. -Jaino, o. in..- -
and Allan Von Klierstein, l'ost (.rand
Master oi tne i.ur'i
The deceased was the son of Mrs.
H 1 Ma.Favden and the late Dr. 11.
I ' Ma. Favden, who was. a practicing
physician ' m Wavnesvilie for many
" .. i -a -i..li7nMht.on.
vears. JK' was no... a. -
liladen (ounly, N. C and m..ved to
. . . i : 1 uu
Waynesvine who i' - . .
. , -iM-.i ... ii-.ort... interested in.
As a enno uk m..v...w
..i n. u;.. tfjtr i ions wol'K-.
nrintinu aim s h-j. ...... ... i
ing for the local paper which was i i
that time known as the Waynesville
. , , i : . (.-.tii-wil Vie
Courier. .iner le.ivi.i - -
spent some time in i..i-'".
In l'01 he received an appointment
with the government printing Tiffice,
Washington, D- C, where he Jmally
TZ o nvt hou " ' on Friday, October bt.,omL. sup,rvisor of one ol ine nm r
Xt ,T . 2 o'clock K. 1' Stillwell.(!lvis.ons of that department In 118
th. 12tn. at i ooiiu.. ... .. , . , .... . ,.s4-in iu ih thp . ficneral
; tjvlva nresirlent Of the aistrici, ... ne acceiac-o a -of
hy va- prtsiuei. I Motors Ckirp., and was with them at
Is Now In Movies;
Fred Crawford. Duke's All
American 1 ckle of last year, is
now in the movies. . Crawloid
had signed to play .prolessional
foitb..ll for the t InW'go licus,
but there was, a : disagreement
over the financial side ol the eon.
tract, so the Wayhesvillo boy .turn
0,1 it down and went lo Hotly-..
According to Film Daily, :b"
dailv newspaper of mot ion .: pi
tures Crawford will firsl appear
in .Bachelor of A i the adap
tation of John F.r-k:i c novel ot
Work is expected to get underw-v
within a few weeks on additi .
buildings at the .annery at Ha
wood which will provide tor the
ning of meat by those now on the un
employed relief .rolls-
Knginoers h .ve been nere a.... ..... .
their surveys and blue prints ot the
buildings a.e expe.ie.t ,
within a few day. he iwo .. . .. s
will be a slaughter House ...... -
The county connnissioncrs are
working in conjunction with relict
officials from Raleigh in the matter.
The cotnmissioner.s are providing he
matorial for the buildings but this
wlll.be ,ctu -ned to the,... it was pomt-
"'rhe'mea. canned will consist of the
cattle that were shipped into tins
l,uu ..... ..... ,t,-,u.-ht stricken
county i lorn ...
areas out west. ... ,
Hie canning of the meat wi
,ler the TV A supervision, and those
work will get 21 hours a wevk
When the Plant is esti.hhsh and
oi.-ei at ing at full capacity some . .
of Vattle will be butchered and
. i i . 'titii rum .
canneil iiauy, u- - Vi, , ,.sl -ib-
Othei detail regarding h . M.
lishme.it of the new unit at the . a -Ii:!
" will 1- given as soon as avail-
11 be held today
(Thursday) at 2 o'clock at the ! irsi
i i. i 'r vines. t-l.
15aplist cnuico i". - . ,
who died Tuesday . t the hospital here
following an Ulnes.of s;vera years
lhe services--wo.. ,-
Rov II W. Haucom, pastor ol tn
d .-lii.rrh of which Mr, Crynies
was a member.
For the past twenty yeais me
ceased has been superintendent ot
the Frauds Cove Chapel Sunday
.school, and has always taken an ae-
. . : ..VinivVi iin.i CIVIC
tive -inieresi i v...v.. -
..flPi.!r His home was in rraiuis
Cove. . .
lie. is survived by his widow and
two children: -M.-s. 'oe i V '
Albert Ci-vniCS. also uh - "
A"'1 -'i v . ..... ..,i Kui'enia
Mis. Jame .moo.iv. .. ... -
Jone.s, .f Waynesville and Mm. 1"
Walker, of Fines creetc.
.w . .- w- 1 ...
Th, will "7 f the
Twentieth judicial ""'.".-.-..-,...
n. Acnriat..n. comprising "a"
wood county and the counties west a
CCC Camp Boys
"rlvint2lorron 1 0
Camp At (ireer
. r... .,( ii,,. ( ( '( ' ..-ami) at
Black C .mp Cap lel t here : 1 uesday
morning by Dam lor ,';t ,
where they will be located toi th
winter. . , , . i ,
The mc left on the regular South
ern train and were in totir coacii-
and had a baggage cat. . m . "
that were used in hauling supp le.s
were fent through the country; earlier
"'ThrS.. -as established here
,ome m..nll.s ago, and at one tm e
s many as 200 hoys :were . staf .o n
there. A twelve-mile road to Hat
Week was worked on. by the boys
during their stay on, the edge ol th(
l,a.,.'.l- . . ",. - i..!-. ;.,i ,-t with
lhe camp was .".":--,,, .
i . r . iK,. winter. I he roan ui. y
worked on has been closed an.,
will be opened Only Upon special, per
Still All Alone
Cars Collide Near
Mrs II 1! O'Hricii who is making
,,;. ,;: in n . W!s reported much
imnroved from the injuries .-h. l -Sd.
., an - -Uonobile ..ecu ent
last htirsiiay iukio .
i;:,r.h of llendersonvilte on ''"', ' .,"
River road: ., ' .' , ,, ,
l-attoii Memorial nopiuu
i, ,.,v.. . ..... ruin a oloKCIl
c orsoiiviue .hiii, '"h. . ,
nose, broken jaw. broken leg; ami
"'!",: , .,,.. hi iiiu- driven
I ne i i.in-i. ... i " ,
i,v Mr- Catberir.e Frybciger aiid .ol-
"J '- . . , .. .,- 1 I." V.iVIS.
lidod will. Hie car, .n .... -
f WavHie-ville. who w 11
ion,,, towards .llc,..le:-M."ville when
,. , .ar.-Me,,. bappeneo.
l he rci-mom.
two cars' crashed liea.lon on a curve
M,s Frybciger was driving a
,,i M. Davis a Cb .Aslcr. Both cais
were -badly damaged.
Xoilhe. Mrs. F.ybergcr, Mi- ' . '
," Mis. Davi.s sustained anything
'and MrrD r lu.iiJ.ee.cmin-..
-d ,.ly about ('wo;h-beforeuUV:
accident ..ine 7 ' ,,,., ...
ing to W ayne. vine nom .
;,Tiaac;cident. bMppe.ied ; during a
liht misty ram.
The program win oe op.w ., . -M
Robinson, of Canton president o
ine Haywood County Br Aoua
tlon. He wil. lead a d-u-on of the
"centralization 'vw"1 catA
n the new -u .v.. rt
,f Murphy. Gilmer Jones of Frak
bn. Ted yenkin. oi
Mt fb c'.f Svlva. and J. R. Morgan,
lUIUie. . . . Tr ri-Aiicp. I om i . ... . ...... Z
! eS W 1 "hank the public for) of
ii imln and cooperation. im frfi-
. V. 1J. a.'""'.1
h0 ; ,,nt M H Bowles. r.Vme Trio. Hugh daddy ....
inerintendenOl n ,fonL Ann Game M,r-,-;uken -
'lar WillHotha. Ruby Bren- GHORNS
die, Rufie Bright 1-uc.v - pt
Junior Class-Margaret Hall a
ricia Brandt, John Mn
beth Palmer. Mary Ann lurnLi, o
.-White, , rlncs Mreuerite
Best Cock, J- 'V ..h ' 10
Best Hen. J. H- Beach . . .
Best Cockerel J. u 100
Bert PuHrt. J, H- BeacV .--.V I ? I
Best Cock, J . it- ?":r i.oo
Game l no, nw" - r)0
WHlir. i.r.o" v"' i von
Best Cock, -Mrs. r. . .. . 00
Best Hen, Mrs. F I.. I-enpard .. 100
Best Cockerel. Mrs. F L. Leop-
Be PulVt. Mrs: V.-lV Leopard 1-00
1U1U UUTTUiuo . .
.Utr-WI -T v '-
o 1 .. .1...4U
the time OI ins, ueav... -
He was married August. i."t
to Miss Sue S. Sheilds, of Charlottes
ville, Va., and Washington, 1). C.
..;...i v, hie widow. . one
lie is . s u , . , vt u .j .....
, .l.-n..rli,n Tr a st.ll-
son r ranK iv. .iua),,i - -
ent al rrinceion, ...inn ...u..,
11. 1.. .viacrayuen, oi ajtn:.-.
: m-,. i t Hailpv of (-anton.
sisLei.s,' .'j. . v . . . j -
Mrs. J 1. tjiwooo, oi ii.i..
Miss Amelia MacFayden of AVashing-
ton, I). C and -Miss luise "
den of Waynesville and one brother,
hi,..,.-,. WaiFavden. of Biltmore forest,
ri.A. ELECT OF
FICERS FOR YEAR
, r-nnsiuhl.. John Kerley'
..w,.! . 0 :i.r..ira Ion still arm i
gallons of beer Monday morning on
( 1 i fifTW-rr Kerley made
.1... .qnllirp ? f IT U lit...'."'
.ri.:. ,.i;n n .ii f.nninment were m an
.ii nt hniiKi. but: ---were neat
u'" ',- .. ..... ., u.,,,,. i.n in
'home. 1 nc Sim , woui.i .
operation on .-..... - ---- .
pTeparatior,s that, had been, made
The outfit was brought to the couit
r.RAHI. BABY WINNER
OF CI I Al l Ain
hetter N eonesoa, -.. -. -County
Hosmtal but stj a w
jrious condition, cvidl nox. ouu
danger . - the re
cuh of wounds received in his leg
several weeks ago.
, . . :.. iiifV. imnroved at the
The Citizens Bible cla.s.s which was
organized here by J. R- Morgan, re
cently elected officers for the yea.
with Jarvis Allison, president, Rufus
. . wlr.nt onH K ll-
( oitev, treasurer.
The cla-.s ha, shown an increase in
attendance and now has an erajje
attemince oi ? m..."- , - . ,
meets ea.h Sunday morning m the
law omces oi -"-"
In handing in a list of, the winner,
in the babv contests last week of the
Ha wood County Fair the authori
ty left off the, name .Ma.tha
Ann Gram, younn , ,.,.uk,,-.
and Mrs- I.inwood Grabl, wh . won
anu. ,i... l .. l..,.r run.
the grand nn?.e. cue B- ;, -presented
for the most popular , baby
entered in i" v
DR. L. B. HAYES GIVES TALK
Dr L B Haves was the spoaKc , of
the regulaV chapel : exercb-es . at the
Waynesville, High. . S.hool he J on
Wednesdav morning, He
brief hi-torv of the; Christian .Lt-
., .. w : .. ..f .... 1 '4
Kor Lateueviv. i.
that the P-?'-" t,rlll,.M i
annual mceunn ..- . v , R
memorial serv.ee 1.0 h .Kkov., .
Sentelle are ,oe.n . . , ;h .
K P McCracken, ot .. . . ; . .
', i- riw. hroirra'm. i oniinittec.
man ol,:le P'OJ. .''.' . ,, ,e an-
Definite arrangements wdl ot
nounced'-at VlatteTaa o "
Are You Reading
; . Tnclp Abe. you know, is
a typical mmnilainoor, and
each week writes the col
umn "The Human Side Of
He says what he
and writes what he
Last week was a bip; v;eek
forl'ncle Abe, with the fair,
carnival and circus in town.
He has written his version
of the events this week in
his own style and manner.
Turn to it now and read it.
. jTp's fin it o rioetie-'l, too.'!
Host !"''. 1 ' ' -i
". ri . n 1 a k page)
.. , it... TT T T unioiro . l.VO
in bis leg . - .
cv. JbiI week,-, ."go-