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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
kO tCC CAMPS
10 BE BUILT IN
.11 . 1. '., Will Tia
Established At An Early
.. of the inclement weather
;-o.-v,or,t ami Ptivlr
par-. , ox uu"v ' - Ti.
-alio.- ;i no rtrijicsciiLotivca Ul Hit
J"iv Highway Commission which met
I nv-nesville on Tuesday to make a
f ...nn',, sanre of the Cataloochee
1.0,,,, for the establishment of
Ci'C ;3ti)ps maae tne erip in me ineuii-
fhf locations wnicn nave Deen un-
L,r loiiKlt'iaLiuii eyr scvcioi wtrms
V 1 . l:. tL rri.n
e apurovca uy nie giuup. xnc
-used' tamp at Black Camp Hap
be established at once The
ii at Bis Creek will be established
May provided the State Highway
iviisirui-t the road to Cove Creek
., a distance oi nve mnes, uy mat
lice, ana trie remaining nve nines wm
a; iv the government, ine
,. , ' l l
I'ate ill ,nway c.ii.eitus i.ttve anrco
have the road completed by the
jn the party were (&ifain John
D'l :ivrence, iJistnct Commander at
Oglethorpe. Major hi. H. Mav-
r.i liisi-u-t burgeon of hort Ujrle-
,,rpe, John T. Needham, Cruel ranger
rh. N,.rtti Carolina Park service.
C. Walker, Engineer of the Ashe
lv livisbn of the Stae Highway
..i.n;..:im and Frank W. Miller.
State Highway Commissioner.
I The ii-ual 200 men with fifteen or
f-.u-m? 'officers and others supervising:
the n-mfc' will, be' alloted to each
lamp. While the men will engage . in
fl-r rh'. '.m forestry work of other
f'i;ps -of ineir type, much of the
taw will he .spent in road building
- i .-ecu and Black Lamp dap.
I " :
Raymond Hyatt, 47,
Was Buried Monday
f I jn.i ui -ii'viec's were held oil Mon
.v ii!i"i iiiiii-i at il o'clock l rom the
Jf.rst Methodist church for Raymond
'Bvan, i". who died in an Ashev.lle
be-, eta! at ,x o'clock on Saturday
ii.nt ke' . Paul Hardin, Jr.. pat tor
Of the chureh, conducted the services.
bncn.ii.-iu was in Greenhill cemetery
fith the Masons in charge of the
I Mr. Hyan had been taken to Ashe
ie three davfcs oefore his dea.h.
Ee had been in ill health for some
time., xle was the son of Mr. and
l.-s. .1. J. H 'att and was born and
Sued a' their home near here. He
fas i graduate of the Northwestern
Piiiversity of Lvanston, Hi. and wae
fc. a nu.-nU-r of vears in the employ
flf ;ti. Bethlehem Steel Corporation of
Je.hjeK-m, Pa. Following tvhich he
?a- i m- manager of a box manufaet
-riK company in Iowa until his health
"I .-evcral-yeais ago and he was
fci'H m krive up his work and return
Sine i-cMdiEff here Mr. Hyatt has
;'!t in the poultry business and has
'i:e;ed. a successful poultry farm on
-luimjuska Drive. He was a highly
RpeiteM citizen of this section.
''ne jiallbearers were V. A.
i 1 i 1 met J IIatt, C layton
V'iei, Km Lee, Jr., Grady Rogers,
h ..em-ge H. Ward, of Asheville.
I ,Mr. Hyatt is survived by his par-
vt uid Mi. J U Hatt, Ju-..u.hll--lnve,
his widow, Mrs. Ma
5"" 'irr Hyatt, two sons,. Hobart
Li, and Wavne, 13, two broth--.
Wduani h. of Santa Monica, Cal.,
J" iaul Hyatt, manager of the
r, ai,. Mt Hotel, and one sister, Mrs.
I- 1. Turner, of Dayton, Ohio.
Robbers Get Away
With $100 Worth Of
Goods From Store
Police Investigating Robbery Of
McCracken's Clothing Store
On Last Tuesday
THURSDAY. MARCH 11, 19.io
NOT A CANDIDATE
Police are investigating the robbery
0i MCLracKen s Uothmg Sfore, which
took place early Tuesday morning,
with aoout $100 worth of 'merchandise
The. robbers broke the glass il. the
front door with a heavy locust stick
and reached inside and turned the
right latch and walked in. Among the
things that were missing, according to
a suit of clothes,
hilts, half dozen
dozen or more ties,
a check-up by 1
an overcoat, two
dollar shirts, half
1. 1 1 !
proDaoty a couple ot caps,
of underwear ami probably
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Miller who live
on the second rlour in the ad.ioiirug
building savl they hoard glass oi cak
ing about ::.,), but thought it was
the wind olowing out a p ine of glass
a.s it did some few weeks ago.
Police fou.ul the door broken open
about 4:30. The robbers made their
escape through a window in the base
ment at the back of the store. Police
have several suspects, but no arrests
huve been made.
Mr. MeCracken said the robbery
was do-no by someone who was ac-
MAVOK f. It. IKso
quainted with the :
doors were fastenei
tore, and bow th;
"Bright Eyes" Will
Be Shown This Week
15 Tickets Offered
Shirley 'lemple Picture With
Several ( .lose-1 ps Ot I rcddie
( rawlord At avneswood
A1 kliifon. h :i s
1 tu ii.i s. that his Li
mit lo seek le-eleetl
mint: eitv eleeiioii in .M
ii in the
i v .
Not To Enter City
Election In May
J. H. Way, Jr., Seeking Mayor's
Post. Hardin And .lom's
Out lor He-flection
'3av Applications Can
I5e Made Here At Present
I Stt'earimren rlistnet manntrer
i.e llationnl A-pmnlrwrtYinnf spr-
announced this week that his of-
-"jid receive applications for col
J ' 11 attendants for the U S
lAi-i.'.auons for other branches of
-ervice can also be made with
"All imlicat'ons aic that the pic
ture, 'Bright Eyes' featuring .Shirley
Temple and several cioc-up views of
Freddie Crawford, formerly of Way
nesville, will attract capacity houses
for the -three showings here," iaid
J. E. Massie, owner ot the Wayne wood
1 he show comes here lhursdav and
Fl.-dav of . this week, with a special
matinee on I ruhv at ;i:l.r o clock.
The picture was shown in Carton to
overflowing houses the tret two
days of the week.
In connection ith the picture.
there is being off'.red KH'TELN
FREE TICKETS to the ..how. Th
details ol this onr will be loun.l in
a page advertisement elsewhere in
this paper. Ii is very simple to win
one ol O.o pri.es just r"ad the ads
carefully that appear on the page.
No strirgs ar attached to getting
a free ticket. Nothing to buy or sell,
lu'ii to the page now and read .he
rules f hey are very simple.
Mrs. Thomas- M. Fer
guson Passes Away
BEGINNING NEXT WEEK .
Oral L. Yates
Mr. ates is now working in
e Senate and is in close touch
-ilTairs of interest to our
i11 i,nd cunty. He will give
1 ldr and unbiased
ates is well know n in ilia
r!u"t. and his column will be
tf0tk fu, of facts.
beginning Next Meek
An Exclusive Feature In
Mrs. Bar'iar Yct Ferguson, wife
of .he late Ihomas M. 1-eiguson, pass
ed away at her home r.t trabtree
early t nday morning. Maren . ldo.i,
at the age of 7!) years. .She had been
in ill health for a number ol years
and contracted double pneumonia
which caused her death.
Mrs. Fergusons life iva,. one of
great usefulness in her home, in her
church and in the community.. She
was always thoughtful of others and
helped those who were less fortunate
than she. She lived her life for oth
ers and made, their burdens lighter.
She made life's pathway bright by
pointing out the good :t hings along the
way. She: was loyal to her church,
having been a member since childhood.
She was born m ( ampobeilo, b. (. .,
and snent her early girlhood there.
She was married to Thomas M. I er
guson on March 11. 17.. They lived
to see their fifty-lift h- wedding anni
versary as Mr. lerguson passed
awav throe vears ago on March S, V.);2
To this union were oorn ten children,
nine of whom survive. Thev are-ihe
following: W. Forest, C, Taft, -Millard
H., and Miss Ruth rerguson, of
Crabtree; Mrs. AV. J. Campbell, f
Waynesville; Mrs. T. L. Kirkpat
rick. of Clvde; Mrs. W. C. Russell,
of Candler; Nathan A., of Newport
News, Va.; and Mrs. George l ew, of
Greer, S. C, and two sisters. Mrs.
eorcas Rhinehart, of Spartanburg
S, C, and Mrs. Margaret Golightly,
of Inman, S. C also 21 grandchil
dren and 15 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
barker's Chapel at Crabtree at 2
riev. W. M Robbins, pastor, otficiating,
nth the Rev. Paul Hardin. Jr., of the
Aaynesville Methodist church, as
listing. Interment was in the chap--!
Active pallbearer were six c-an-'-ion,
Lowerv Ferguson. Leon (. anrp-.
uell, -Harry Lee Ferguson, i
eampbell, Harold. Few. anil 'an
rereuson. The eranddaughters ae;t-o.
iS flower cir!!.
Honorary pallbearersWere:: G.eioi
' d - Palmer, -D. R. MeCracken. I"'. A.
u. Walker, Toninue Noland. -Iiwif-ii
.trown, T. L. Green. M. M. No:anfi,:
vV. IL Noland. Vo-ler Ha. -. John.
4 AlcClure C R Fran I T
Hi tips, R. L'Messer. am. W. Kitk-I
i . ning-s ..iv Ui'l au.iig tne
frunt here as less thaii sixty
main lieloie the city .election;
Lx.ecit for a si-ore of ui
ruirois g(,in aro-und, thei.
'.al': or di -cussion of tin- 'p,.
(C the l.ne-U(i ol candidates.
Tb.ls fir the only candidate to dei
liiteiy -say m- wn.s iu (be race foi
niay ;n is .1 II. ;iy . .r,, i: eseiu meiiv
bei' ol the board of alderoie-n.
.Mayor t. Ii; Atkinson, through, his
friends, said it - was almost definite
that he would neirlier bi in the buiy
ors race iuir the race as u 'mcmbei of
the board.' Mr. Atkinson has othei
plans and the- ollice would conflict. It
is known, however, that a number uf
his friends are urging him to toss
ins nai in uie ring, nut as latw as
yesterday he was not so in lined.
At least six others have been men
tioned as candidates for the mayor's
pes;, but wi.en app reached by this
paper (lerred the rumors.
W. L. Jlardin, Jr.. and Sam 11.
Jones, presei.t members ol the board,
A'ill be on the ticket foe re-elecLion.
As. far as could be lcarr.ed thev are
the only two that have definitely made-
it known they very in the race. Mr
Hardin is now chairnan cf the light
-.lid water department, ami Mr. Jone.,
neads tile ..treet: an., p dice depa. t
Ch'se poli ica) obi ei vers state that
the coi'.ling caiiip.'iigl will not bo as
hard fought as four in fhe past. .No
outstanding issues ,eie evp-cied to en
ter the contest. One reason there aiv
not more iondidates seeking the four
posts Wii; saiii bi cjiu.-e the heavy in
debtedness of trie .o.vn makes it al
most in.possitle to do anytlrng e-xcejit
to collect-taxes 'am!' pay bills.
While this situation ..does' exist, it
is believt-ii by others that the u mal
numlM-r will oe in thi- race. In V.tH'-i
.hero wen- .'i in the mayor's race,, and i
il- .sought places on tre boaril of al
dermen. 'The registrar anil judges for the
coming election will be named at an
early date. The el.ee' ion will be . on
the seventh of May.
Governor Offers To
Help Open Market
For W.N.C. Potatoes
(iownior J. r. . i-htii.-!,-,,,.
til it lollor ,i (lio ,,i plt.
MoiiniaiiKi-r Uil .(,. .i.,imi
Wtf-u-rn orih ai-olina ih.,i he
would do an.Mliiii- iioihh- lo
ii-au- in i:ii--n-iii l aniliiut ,i ihiii-k,-(
for )oliii,K- grown in ilii
HK letlci- leads follow.:
"I-l me n-.-i.io yon ihui I am
niiioh uueix-sinl in join- iNliim-inl
it-fei-eui-e o aiil- mid poiai -h-.v.
r.,llahl ou rtt-uil tluil I nlls
ainiuiK i hi- lli-v, J,, pm foi-wnrd
lliln id- .1 lo sell woslt l-ii ki-ohii
sittl ix.liiioos to ilu- raniii'i-s of
Noi-lli ai-olina and 1 mve
no opiioiliinliv Hi pi-.-iieli this
Siosp- of -je.al-loiin-.- -liall
cllld to ,lu lllll llliny ullll l-v.-l ).
filing' iHissihle i , ,id in ihe ouier-I'l-iso
of. oM-iiing a inaiki-l for
in. ui hi ji in grown sii-d polar, -s in
ihe -a-..-rn (.-i-ritoi- ."
The ediloilal l.mo' l liilng-
luiiis oii'iillone,! nin ihe one pull
lls l last wevk In wliieh Hie
i-dilor iH.inletl mil llial ihero c,
LV..IMIO l.iish. ls of s, ,., poiaiot-s In
H.IUiX., lollllM. tlllll -IM I l
I iioiisiiiui l)ii-li, U of apple.
an open ninrkt-l.
1 1 1 j
Offices I n S t a t e
To Be Kent Open
Would Require s7.".()0l) Prom
North ( arolina To Match
I vderal Appropriation
. b C'aiolina are
Those inlercsied m
iin'iit ai d ,na ntenain e
dl'iei's ihn.nigluiu1 N'oi
urging ru-mbi-iK of th- Xorti.
liua leg si dure 10 p;i-s . hill
-v n.ld oio' itie for .it 7,", .Dili I wi!li
to iviaten : tile $7."s,I.HI0 recently
liri.it.ed iiy Congress.
It seem from those i.-'i 'close'-micli
with ihe situation, that the iippropri
at ion made by Congress will nut be
approve.; unless the state of North
Carolina niakes a . similar appi opria
A re-emp!oymen) ollice has hcci
miuntamed here for some time. HI v.
M. L. Sweat inge-i. manager, -announ
ced this week that he had had nu n-
calls for domestic help thari he had
been able to Ho urged all per-
.sots inleH-led in doin de-ne.-itic
wink to register I' lth In ,i at once.
Reports from Raleigh slate that
some -1(10,00(1 ju-e now reg stored- and
that li.n.OOf have been found job;
through the 'e-emplovnienl oflii
the s !.-!(-.
Four Additional Members Put
On Board Of Commissioners
As Bailey s Bill Becomes Law
Many Changes Would He Made
In Court House If Tax Col
lector Hill Is Passed
changing the otlic. of
passes the lor ishu ure
se era! niii jor cbaimes
house on the hi st ot
The bill has passed
is now in the coai::'
counties and cities m
bill pats in l.l.
pelvisor and ci
A pi i
. Howell as ta sti-lectiii-
and does awav
.dVu-e now beKl by
Sr.., ol collect, iiir delinuuciit
It would also make the slier
e and the collector's ollice two
r lor Hay
on on flu.
niie 1 boils
'-To 'Keep Town .As
Clean As Possible
sville. board oi' -aldermen
it i ; ) f rotir I be ( 'bamber I
Hh last F'nday n.giit I
h itiiitig up a few sputb
tearing down nf
City Installs New
Svstem Of Billing
Lights And Water
The Water and Light Department
of Waynesville recently installed a
Burroughs accounting machine which
Will simplify .the office work consid
erably, it was announced by W'. L,
Hardin, Jr,. chairman of. the depart
ment of the board of aldermen.
. : Under the new set-up each .. -'. .ni
er has an individual account, sheet
carrying twerttv-four months servic
records, showing both credits and
debits. The system further employs
the use ot a postal card which
eliminates. the former ' three-cent postage.-
Mrs. Hedwig A. Love, town clerk, is
receiving special instructions froth an
expert of the Burroughs Company.
The new machine js accurate and cora
nlete in every detail.
A general invitation is ex endef;
the public to inspect -this' 'machine.
The Wi... II.
heard a deleg
( iiiniiii n e
regard to i
t wti, and t he .
several ol I building
The- aide) men offered'"!' heir ro-oper-'
atiori aii-t poinied out that they too
had plans underway to make certain
improvenicnts ih the- Way of city
The fact was made by ' -Alderman
Sam Jones that .an average of Kl
loads (if garbage was lieing ..hauled
away monthly from the town. The
garbage truck is now lunning three
davs-a week, he reported.
( onfidential. ieports were- hiade re-.
garding the removing f several
buildings in town. It. is expected (hat
work oh these Will get underway the
latter part of this week, or ih.- hist
The. bill as inlrodu
The Goi-.-ral Ass
iii olma do enact :
Section 1. l';.eie is here
tin ollice of Ta Superviso
u ood I ouirt y. and I Ik 1 ,mi
ty I 'oiiiiiiissioiiei-s ol' said ci
app.-itit some suitalile ier;
lirst Monday ill Jieceinbcr,
and nine bundled ami thirty six who
has Hie ability to keep proper records
id the otbee, and othenvwi- iiua'ilied
as Ta -. Supervisor, ,uid w ho, before
eiili riug up ilio ilutH.s of his ollice,
shall lie approved by the laical Gov
ei n tne n I ( 'o in niss ion of No it b ( 'aro
lina as to his Illness ami technical
Knowledge; sin ! appoiti'llK t' t,i, lie
made on the Ii is t Mondiu in 1 h-e'viii
her. on- Ib.uisaii I nine hundred and
tlni y s , and ihe T
diall sei e at t he wil
ol ComiiiisMoners, ,,m shod d-iaw
salary, sot , rom t im- to t in
Ikiii - I of ', " 1 1 H 1 i ; . . 1 1 1 J I , - , uf
than eighteen hihuliv f:' ($l,Siioi .
iars, .-uid no; men- lan ( -vent v- I
hundred :($L',liKi) ijoUars per y
payable in imnit bly. jiis iilnu-nts.
shall employ a sullicieiit. inn diet
assistants, upon apiniiMi1 of Hie He
of ('oKimissioners, who shall e
draw such ci mpciisatum as . the i
of ( omtiossiiuicrs may in escribe from
time to time, ami each assistant shall
give bi id j:! a sum of nol less f han ten
thousand .,$ 1(1,0(10) dollars, payable
to Ha wood County, which bono shall
bo in a bonding company legally do
ing business in Norlh Carolina, and
which bonds .shall lie approved by the
Hoard of ('ommissioners.
See. Il slm'i 10 the. duly uf the
Tax Supervisor upon his appoint
mont, to iiiimeilialidy lake '.-charge, of;
ail the fax books of the county aiiill
i-idlect all taxes duo Haywood County ,
ineliidiiig t lie ta xes paid mi est im.-ile
Ii. fiii'i- the books ;i(- completed, for '
the "ol!owif,,r yi-ar. ami his bund for
I Continued on 'i.-ige )
Miss Ollie Wat(
Is Laid To Rost
R:i. Fincher, Henderson And
MeCracken Are The Pour
New Members Of Hoard
Ruloy's bill - Haywood will have seven members
tax i.illector ol the board of commissioners as scan
men will le as the four members take oath.' '
in the court i Represent:!! ive li.-i il.. '.. i ii'.., ...
......... . , 1 . I I io oi-
: crease flu board I rom throe
members was rutilb-d avid be
mis lasi .uomiay.
I he to-ir ni'w members as appoii i
by Mr. Hailey are: Wilford 1. .
Waynesville, Edwin lYm-her Civ
E. Henderson, ('anion, and Albe.'
ic( tacken, Lake .lunaluska.
1 he certitied copies of the bill had
not reached here yesterday but ate
expected In re piohably. m lime for
th. lour mem be i. s to take ollice ,,n the
lMh, wlrch is fie regular third Mon
,da nicotine fur tbe board.
lia ratilicaliou of the bill brings
to ii eloM; a mailer thai has Ihvii tbe
souice of mucli comment during the
jiiist lew weeks. At ii ,st Mr. Hailey's
bill hamoil nil, ..mniissionors, and
only last ueek w;ls it cbangiai to four.
I be lolloumg. ; i a true copy of the
bill unnli was -at.!i,.,, which also
set out ilu- new voting plan by dis
tricts. 'Hie loll was.' eceivul by The
.MouHI-a.n, er Weiliusoav from Mr.
Hiiiley, togeti.ei- with word that he
bill bail been atilhd:
W ( 1 HUM Kl W hi mi m
I'l'-I cf TII K li( ) A K 1 1 OF coi'X.
I I'O.MMISSIONKKS OF H V-
WOOI) (Ml NTV FROM T1IKI.I-:
I be Gi-neral A
( .1 1 nbna do enac
S";! i"ii .'1. That t he I
i be i i-
'ubly of Nertli
'ii.i'iiiDei s, .
lay, .). I-:. Ilemlci
M' e ll
liv.l Kay, .1
lc( i acken in-, and 1 b
apli'-'iiil. .1 niembe; s of
( oiil' y ( 'ommissioners
County to ser e until
tlay in liei-embor. one
1 1 'in
;'o-n and Albert
ey are hereby
the Hoard of
the first Mon
! i'.ou. ..ml nine
iiumireii thirty, six, and until their
! successors are .-locte.l and iiualilie.l.
Ihe coiiipensiitron of the additional
members hereby appointed and their
successors shall bo the same as that
m-cived by members of the present
See. :. That .-il the Mevt general
election to be held in Ntivember, one
Ibousanil nine: hundred thirty-six, 4iid
biennially , herea tier, . t here' shall be
elected -.-oven members .f (he Hoard
of County f oin.hiissii.ners of Haywood
-M'c. -.(a .- 'I h.-i I Haywood County
be, and the same is hereby divided
Hit" five district.-, for the purpose
ot eject nig t h,. ( omit y ( ommissioners
,; ." Na.-, mjii I ( ouiil y,
1 1 - -t i id nu nib, i one i
iioaM i .lain anil , ( lyiie i
i-ii.-i i i,-i numlci- t iv
coin posed of
( urn posed of
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riet-oii. I .a -1 I oi k .:,m,I I v..., i T
slues; I )i.-tr.iet number hr..o is cnni
posed of Waynesville. and Ivy Hi
lownshiii,-; llistrict, iiumlk r four i
i o..-ipo.sei' of Jonathan Creek, .Whitt
Oak and Cataloochee 'l'ou,-nsi. i o.i
i . . , .. ' '
i 'is l net il ll tn in- ; 1,
Crablree, lines Ci
; S.-f. '.. ( bi. That
be M-iOei-l of I Ij
(oniposed of lit
'lt-N.!,ii ; ha!
a I i.-sid
rid lion I )u If
Or, James To (iive
On Cancer On 19th
Mrs. Nathan West
Was Buried Sundav
At Outlet Store
To Begin Friday
Friday morning will-.mark the open
ing of the closing-"'-' -a'" of Raiff -s
Outlet Store, on Main street, accord
ing to a large adveiti-ement in to
iav s paper. .
. the store,- has a '"tre stock of
ready-to-wear, dry .'.' -I.--, shoes and
work clothes. Mr. KaitT. stated that
prices had been cat i-i. the items for
the sale. .
I'r. W. R. James, of Hamlet, will
)Jive an illustrated: lectuiVi at the
court house here Tuesday evening.
Mirch 1 th, at 7 '0 He will di u
the popular topic, of "f aneer.'' .
Dr. James is being brought here by
Dr. C. N. Sisk. of the district health
office, and the meeting is being spon
sored by the Waynesville Woman's
There wil! he no admission charges.
Those who have seen the illustration
and heird Dr. James' '. lecture , havi
been most complimentary in their re
marks about it.
Mrs, Xiithiirr Wi-sl. ; 'CO. .(;..) , ,. .
me .in - K-rn m'-is : ;iiv early ,S:i 1 11 n).-i ,-
ii'n illtitss uf s.-M-riit
i" . vi. 'M ii i-iT ci iml in-i -mi-
nil Sun-lav :i!'!i-i.
'k ,'iiii.i Ion ia I Wa v i ri
f 'lllK-l .-I ).
il ih- !
i.n -at i 'ei
' K.'il.-IifT Covr.
liesiil.-s her htmli
tlie follow-in s
Wo mi mlx-rs shall
t riot n umber one
ivordam and Clyde.
;..ie mernrier shall be
it! ul. tnct numlK-r two
il uf l igeon, -,ast l-'olk ami
(!wi-hii)s; (lia; two nirai's
shall be. 'residents,: of District number
three, composed of Waynesville ami
Ivy Hid Townships; that one member
shall be a resident of . District num
ber four., composed of Jonathan
( reek, White Oak and . Catalooebco
lownships; that one member shall be
a resident, of District number five,
composed of -.Crabtree, Finos. Creek
-(Continued on. page v '
'liui f-ti .Cent cli i y:
i ml slii- is surv'-'O '
ills . ami tl.i in-lit. i s.
West, anil ltoiin-r
TI ACHI RS
TO Pr IIP 1 1)
The last meeting of the school year
of the, teachers of Haywood county ,
which, Will be the fifth for the pres
ent school term. -will be held on Sat
urday at .10:00 at the Central; Ele
ir.en.ary school. ..
.':. The principle speaker ... of the ses
sion -will be Miss Nancv ODeveis.
representative from the State De
partment, of Public- Instruction.
v :. ; -e '' I
West i f 'a ih-s-v-:).-. Mrs. Wil.-v
I'.- i rik tin, .Mrs, Hilly Kelly ah il Wat N-r
V "f! .; 'if Kranrfa Cove. . .
Converted Jew To
Sneak At Baptist
Church On Sundav
.Rev. Jacob Rosenthall, Baptist or
d i - ' " i ' r, of I adueah, K
will p;rach at the liaptist church of
Waynesville next Sunday night, March
th.- 17th. " -..-'
Rosenthall was nrdainet! I-eb. 20:
Ki2: by the First Banti.st ehii,-f-h of;
Abiiine, Texas, where Dr. Mil'ard ;
Jenkins, is pastor. Some of the con-i
gregation remember that Dr. Jenkins .
was one time pastor here. i
"Many in this section . have heard!
Pev. Jacob Gardenhnuse and have
thrilled- a.s vou "listened to his stm-v. i
We believe vou' will emnv th; f
-pe "k' r as w i ' p H W I i j i
com. pastor said. . .1
Weather Of All
Tin- weallier man rir-lalnlj-sie.il
Ins s-i tuples Uvrc. Tii. mI iv
wIh-ii i-i-r.v kiml or iiniliiT ni
fuld iliiaginc ,is rivoril.-d al
M.tiii- linie ilu ring- Iho lav
Olio niiniiie there would 'In-, a
li.-ird shower, followeil ,v a li.-ird
kiisl or wind, mi l shortly (lie sun
would ' alinosi - h-' through tin
low hariginir clouds.
-Mmiiii .-, o.l.Hk there wns
sotiK- halo for n few miriiiu-s. unit
In less than nn hour II naa snow
ing anil slotting. , t. satno (inn-
1 ho depth of the niinfall was
th- greatest in mt-r a venr. Ix-ing
1.07 nit hos. acoording to iho g..
ernmeiii wi-ailu-r report
OFUC I W. W nATIIKK RKI'OICr
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