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WAYXESVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
TIU RSDAY. APRIL 25. 1933
LVII NO. 21
IUW , ' '
ileafosis Point To '35 Season As B
development Of City Path-Started
I iiTmi F I s a rr , ! ; : ' ,
irfv Mm Will Be
Given Work Build
ling Modern Park
oinds OM)onars.Will Be
pal On Park On East Street
J - '
.own- a.- a i'V'
irf nf v
amty. A -i
...nkiloi) to begin this
loping the city park,
, ' three and a half
.cited between East
, '. - here,
.iutif fifty men from
i e given work on the
learned from offi
a. mi dollars will be
: wOnMiMvnt,. in both
;,' , it was said.
' ! (lowers will bt
. ne n ituial beauty
:" i,"''J':'-. A b;ir
. iu, fountains,
; vi! and a natural
a'.cit. in the. pio-
' I.. ISl'IgjiS, su
it y water depart-
est Se Years
Survey Shows That
Season Wi!! Last
Longer Than Usual
At C. Of C Meeting:
Here Tuesday Night
One Hundred And Sixty-Seven
Attend Annual Meeting. Rest
Ever Held Here
Mayor And C. of C. President Joi;: Gov
ernor In Inviting Visitors To Waynesviiie
. With an auspicious beginning tire
l'.i.!5 program ot the avtH.viHe,
Chamber ot Commerce was launched
on Tuesday evening with ;i liannuet.
m the dining hall ot the Masonic
Temple. One hundred and .vixiv
,even were in attetidamc and it was
generally conceded to be one ot the
most representative gatherings ever,
assembled ill the town. I he un:i:c-!
tmn of eommunity interests ..and a!
keen stunt ot co-oiieration prevailed
as the meeting progresse,!.
Charles h.' lvav, nrcsHlcnt d . me
Chamber ot C uainn ice, pic-
Hardin, Jr., n
evening was I
ol lb V i
hoW lullK it WOUld, lt V'l'f
k, but every eilortl l.V,'aly.,( '
.''A o! K
,) :vd.-i tue worK as rap-
. it was learned.
- . it!i this development
ere will be some twenty
en work that will be
uit dication program for
i:; miminity. The major
.oik will be on strebts,
vacant lots of the com-
ceial committee named
r Sit Vayue? ille Chamber of Com
J!e in it eieration .with city offi
i, will supervise this program. .
His .beu-nt itifcat ion program will get
formy the early part of the week,
' , announced.
Hi divelupnient of the park is be
jln'ki'il upon by citizens as filling
it.'ef the greatest needs of the com
JBty. I, as; summer ..a small park
ttf.-tal'lisi ed and sponsored by the
airier of ( Y.mmerce on Main street
The. -anie park will be used
W. this -uiiimer. Two shuffle
wti-.e liuilt, and a number of
jyprnuinl jixiures for children con-
I ' .:. :. . ;' : '
'TlRDAY LAST DAY
T0 FILE FOR ELECTION
HIM II llV licV. I'.Ull
!- 1 I ' I l V M.I
I - 1
I, 1 1
lie ( '
seciciai'v ol the .".a
l ie; kdlewing -oei
lnliouuced. bv 1 wsiiieia -ecu
ot wlioni l..cr in l he eveiung lirouiit
tiom their respective towi:-.;
owan, president, oi me .iu--
villo (handier ot ( 0111 me ice ; . 1.
lireeee. vice president ot the l'.revai d
Chamber ot Commerce; Mr. I'attoli,
Mr ('- M. Douglas, .and Will Cash,
all of Brevard; from Canton, Dr. A.
P. Clint, president ot the Canton
Chamher ot Commerce: Heuben li.
Robertson, Jr., . K. C rule, and Dr.
.1. L: Keeves, mayor of Canton; anl
from ' Svlva, H. A. Mills and Huh
Monteith, secretary of l--tht- Sylva
r t? f- 1
cnamoer ot comn.cc-. ,! witli tho no
In his address .Mr. Weede traced J Oi-e-tt smnkv
Plus ael ii o
i i v
& w rt
C. of C. PRESIDENT
fen i t
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Highway Travel. And Presence
Of Eon 'gn Cars On Si eels
Is Heaviest In Years
V.jivn. -vi"o .-irl W, to n N.
I i o' :r.a w :!l 'i ivr ! h. bi v! season
'rail', ,p, :o-ec,i;'i',g to n pott from
!!'.o..o who ;nv ;niia !y ontraeeil in the
ton i is! ! UMiie-s, si in 1 t rum all i n,h.
'.'Hion- I rom e.tnns t nun where vis
i ! e "aiM ! ' e )o i ili.-i i, n it. t he
.inie. I ,-. e who haw bei n in I' lori
da ', r the ii.,. ; sea on stale thai alt
1 1 1 . i . i ; i i . i s ;,iv ;i;it i In-' III..,) season
w ill pa -s ail evpeetat runs
V hiii i:n season in this si'etion de-
peih! lo .i ce dee ! i n t he sue-
v ol the pit i iciis seaMin mi I'lornla,
ihein: a'-o weld eoininw t rom other
,-eet mil-- ot the i'ounti'V llial- limnlreds
ol v is 1 1 w ho ha.ve I0ei bei'ii in tills
i ' ' ' 1 1 1 , . . ' , nere t b i.s
ll' Ii i:u ( .,:'.' e I 1 1 i 1 1 e 1 1 ; . tot-el lie' r
II ! lie HIM II I Ol!l III III! i t l( s i! .( he;
: .'i. ha v 1 1 ' ' ; a 1 1 tleoo.ed ; in lui .
v . ' i I.:. : n i e and i r ' : ' i i . . ; on
I. ('. P. Ehiini,h.ui-
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lal oil oi l In end u
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noon at six o'elock Is
ti.iiuite those seeking an ottice
city .j-U-uori will have to file,
B, AtkifiM-.h; .
nil' ii'lini; to file will have
IM'lii.itiori nt the city hall
TTEM) PARK MEETING
R C..: Wijil,.n- wh has. charge of
. 'th( e-!-linii uivlsion .of the
' "''Ar-M'OM'ntains.Xatlonal. Park
a meeting of the
h Alr,;ilnrV,o, cc .
. ' ' - ". -in nrrai rwcieij.
"'eh Wi l.r. v,0,, . . .,
,-uuurt lu nrtpr.
"' '"e of Burnhant
TVn Bmnirire .Forest. -
t the X
nasi been invited to
t Ac r, "'" -n Carolina division
iMtir;- X t M'jupxsm- Prior to the
Mil t,7 ' f:"',lllis Colburn Museum
SEND COPIES OF
Yr Friends la otkei:
t Sections . "
PRKE 10e EACH
ED AND MAILED
0U Supply the Addresses
' We Pay the Postage
- vupies tarly
Motorcade Of 150
To Arrive In City
Saturday At Three
Group From Chattanooga, Will
He Guests Of City Short
Time. Bringing A Rand
A motorcade from Chattanooga,
composed ot 150 people and a large
band, are scheduled to arrive in Way
nesviiie about three o'clock Saturday
afternoon en route to Asheville.
The motorcade will stop here for a
short time and the band will render
several selections, it was stated yes
terday by Ernest L. Withers, secreta
ry of the Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Withers and Frank W. Miller,
and possibly . others, will meet the
motorcade at the state line and es
cort them to Waynesviiie.
Plans are underway to clea all
traftc frrr- the b!o'.ct VT"n A'.. ?('
der's Drug Store and Burgin's T epar
ment Store on Main street rid. route
all traffic via Miller street wh-'e the
motorcade is here.
A large banner will be hung across
Main street at the postoffice welcom
ing the visitors, The Chamber of Com
merce will distribute several bushels
of apples to the visitors, and each will
be given a copy of this issue of The
Mountaineer and some Chamber of
Commerce folders. -'
The motorcade will spend the night
.Moll n la 1 lis.
meet s w 1 1 h I lev lull a
inoval anil .1 sineeielv hope lhat von
will Ire alilo to l.ioaileast tins invita
tion an, I I-tills! the s mpa t liet ie ami
lavoi'alile ei itisiilera t ,on nl all who are
nieliiie.l tu travel. I en ,r i nl v 1 hev can
tnnl mi ni'-re lieautitul spot in the
v.ei lil in w hu ll In spi-ml then vaea
Iion than the noniiitain seelioii ot
.North larolma. 1 ln v mav he assur
ei of a eiuillal ' leollli- ll'om mil'
hospitalite )eoile. as well as an oi
pui't unit v t ' i observe the bea ul V of
this, woiiilerful section.
With all 1401.il wishes. I am.
.1. r: i;. i;h Ki.xc hac.s
the utmost in ocniii
.Not olllv ll.lA'i.' We I H' I '.I. lift ' 1 1 1 1' the
toiiilsl. l-IM lllo.se ;l llllel pa 1 1 lie I reel l ll,.
him niilaeriii'in;: plants or am Ivpe nl
busine.ss sh.nild bv all means invcsti
KH Ie ilie oil lis: w ... have ahum- Ibis line.
Main ii' vou have spent: .some tune
Willi lis beloie. anil W'' repeal we en-Ji-.y
ll,lim; loll. . i ml ,,i, I, 'I'll a i il to
mi in our eoioiiuiiiitv ai-ain
: a mi 1 loise nl on w lii. ,la n
ten' the In st lime this ea I .
sure i,u lhat a mosl eoiihal
a mills vml in A N I
lia vi im
let us a
ii. 1 1;
it a i h i vi h t
lilt oruia t ion
lor ihe oiim
W 11 lull
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' llieree In. i. Meml a on.,: t ,
1 a I tun 1 "r v..ii i 1 1
ilnrini; 1 bo vi-. i
; W e as. -ore ,ai t ha i ' ,.,i,
i lli'iilll weleiiliie. an, I it v
1 I be mountains an aleal a
Ilia! oil w I II I a 1 1 III hive
lli'SVllle. ! J t I IV ls'.
ei ilOlllllllll . I I Ii ,el hi
lllllil a Vliesx HI,.. I aelu in,
: .1 11 ll.'l lllska . .coll!' I.' m ills I i , c
lll' IV ibsliiisial I,, ma I,.
I .' As liilks' w e .mav n.,: I,,
than no a, : i,,)P.s , s,.u p, , ,
seel ion is nal lire cliibin.il
siauiip.uiit ol i.i.iii !
ma I e. u e a re u leelc
lo I lira I ia rli eon in i v
ha s been reeuj; nlzeil 1
ot llie (ii eal Sin'iKv
llobal fill k. l:lsev hel
ol ihe .bi ii n la liner i
l.i il ill i NIC il II., , i
am; In ,.i i u inc' hoa-
: I'.I Mill,
U ill ii iiiiv year.-,
e i. e 1 1 1 in I e 1 1 11 g ailil
lone' el h'!e".
I .ia n a (- any ol her
repel! tlTiit p.'ltnt
I I lie ii; I ye.'i 's
I .- in I' l.:i K
a,, 1 1
., ml i I:
I 1 1 is
am; l bo- 1 .ii l
i -la bl l '- h mem
.M oil nl .11 lis ;e
e in Hum eiliiooi
il w ill ti'ml ilia I
(Continued on hack page.)
Outlined For Town
Much Painting And
By President Ray Done In Waynesviiie Says Fred L. Weede
The following is the program in
brief for the commencement exer
cises of the Waynesviiie Township
Friday evening, eight o'clock, the
Senior Class play: t'Rebecea of Suiiny
Sunday evening, at eight o'clock.
the commencement sermon, by Rev,
Broadus A. Jones, of Hendersonville.
There will be no church services at
any of the churches at that hour.
Monday morning, at ten o'clock.
Class Day. The theme 'being, "The
Rainbow Trail." '
Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock,
the commencement address by Judge
Felix E. Alley. His subject will be,
"The Hour of Opportunity." Diplomas
will be awarded the 74 graduates im- I
mediately after the address.
Chamber Of Commerce Head
Says Prospects For Coming
''c .son Most Propitious
In his splendid talk on Tuesday eve
ning I'resident Charles E. Ray, of .the
Waynesviiie Chamber of Commerce,
presented in a detailed but consice
form, the projects that will go for
ward during: the coming year under
the Work of the organization. In
his openine remarks" . he voiced
his : gratification, . over : the, re
soonse from every contact in
getting his plan? formulated and
that the presence of so many repre
sentaive citipens of the town at the
banquet, be felt, gave promise of the
accomDhshments of the coming year
In stating that the prospects for
the coming season were the most pro
pitious in years he based his claim
on the following reasons: First, the
profitable winter season in Florida
which from Past experience i. indica
tive of one for this section. The pub
licity kiven through countless medi
urns of the Great Smoky Mountains
National Park and the Parkway will
bring thousands of tourists this way.
The general improvement in business
will encourage people to travel more.
With -the greater opportunities also
come greater responsibilities, Presi
dent Ray ppir.ted out, , The town of
Waynesviiie must prepare in a more
thorough manner for the expected
season. Among improvements urged
were the following: A beautification
program, with not only a vision of
what may be done in the immediate
present but a vision of what may be
worked out with an idea of perma
nency and growth, not only" for the
town but the surrounding country.
(Continued on back page.)
W. N, C. Slated For A
Cleaning Up Is Being Good Tourist Season,
Ni'ier liel'ore in the history of
I lie low n Im-, Iliore Ik'ii us much
pa inline niiil Cleiiiiiii up us ibe
Hliwiis (if (Ills om i in ii ll il y Iiimc
dune (Ills yeiir.
I'rlK l ir.'illy Cyerj business plan'
ill loun lias liail a coat of puiiil
wllliln I in- i!i-( year, niid Ihe inii
.jnrity tliK spring,
lliilcls mill Ix m nl i ne houses
Iuivp Ih'cii i-wiimeil lhis jenr,
ImiIIi inside anil out. for I lie fjrsl
(ime in M'venil years.
There has Ih'II a general clean
up camimign, and indications are
lhal it Mill coiilinue iinlil (he
All of (his assiii-es visitors of
One of tlw Cleanest places In (he
seition fr (he coming; Fiiinmer,
Breese Urges The
Of Highway 284
Would Make A Direct Route For
Southern Visitors To Get To
Park, Says Brevard Man
People of Section Ready And
Anxious To Push Further
Dexelopment of Area
William E. Breese, former state
senator from this district, urged that
the citizens of Haywood county do all
in their power to push the completion
of highway No., 284. in his address at
the Chamber of Commerce banquet
here Tuesday night.
Mr. Breese went into detail in de
scribing the1 scenic attractions of No.
284, all the way from South Carolina
to this city. "The road when com
pleted," he said "would offer a direct
(Continued on back page.)
"I believe that we have a 'people
nving here with the ability, i. e en
ergy, and the will', to develop the
material, natural, and God-given pnsr
sibilities of this .section to our ad
vantage and our profit," said Fred
Weede, manager of the A; .'hev ilk?
Chamber of Commerce at the annual
banquet here last Tuesday night it
the Waynesviiie organization. ..
.: Mr. Weede's topic was potentiali
ties, and he di.scussed agriculture,
stockraising, the TVA, tourists, ihe
eat Smoky Mountains National
Park, and the workings of the Cham
bers of Commerce in Western North
, "The process of developing this
section began long ago. The pioneers
had faith. They had spirit, and the
will to do. We of the present gener
ation are heirs of their endeavor,
and I trust are heirs of their spirit
as well" '
The speaker then spoke highly of
the work being done in the section
along agricultural lines, and brought
out the fact that "we should entour
age more stockraising."
"Our industrial potentialities of
fers a rather enigmatic problem.
Western North Carolina constitutes
fourteen per cent of the Tennessee
Valley Authority area. Our future
is not wholly divorced from the fu
ture of this vast enterprise, but what
the TVA future is, nobody knows."
"One thought is that we shall see
developed in this area the farm-
factory combination. A number ofi
relatively small industries scattered
in a number of smaller towns, with'
(Continued on back page.)
lam-. I , in. I in in i
! ales exceed tlro-c
I liv a large per cent
I I he ( hiinilicr nl ( oniniei ; e. I hrottf.' h
s.eveial ol the in.iir, i inn a: i! i ecs. have
unilc'i taken ;i const! net n o pioerani
for ntertaiiiineiit ami icciealioii lor
Woilv i- I" liemn imuiciliiitelv mi
several pioje, Is ;ill o which will al io;,
the vi-,:lios more wav ol M'i'ii"
alioii ami ;iniisenii nl hail ever helore
in the eonimunitv.
Many nnprovi meii-l s have lioon
made at the goll coiir-e by . 1 :otip
In ehi'cklllg over the entire list ol
lensoiis. why the coming season looks
Uiiglitwr lliaii in many years, it is
the geneial iiirinon .thai liic Pcom
will also lie longer. With the ad'1'
tmn if the (Xtra itinl hellet I-, lilies
and the increased hotel am' uoanlin
house iiccoiinnoilal ions, it is xpectel
thiit scores of visltois will remain for
longer perioils. Plans' are already
underway for .the annual dahlia's.bow,
.Hel also the, .(lower shew. Hoth c-l'
Ihe.-e .'e vents will attracl hundreds o
visitor- as usiiiih
An ollicial repnrl . fr'uii the slate
.highway cotniiiis: an .-hows that there
is inoi e . t ra vel, of , foreign cars Uioll
the. highways in Western North C'aro-.
liriii. this yeai' than at any other time.
A survey conducted lu re in Waynes
viiie. during the past week showed' that
mere foreign .cars, were parked on the
streets than a'e sometimes seen in
"Mr. James Atkws, mai.ager of Lake
Junahiska, made the statement tliat
from information he can gather, that
the best season in years will be cx
periencel at Lake Junaluska.
Several families have already moved
tt the commurity for the summer, and
rej Jrt that others plan to do likewise...
PARK COMMITTEE TO
MEET IN ASHEVILLE
On Fruiaj Ilr. H, C: Bryant, Assist
an' Iiiicto'- of the National Park
.Service will he ihe honor guest and
chief speaker it a luncheon meeting
to he held in Asheville at the George
Vanderbilt I'otel of the Great Smoky
Mountain.. National Park Museum
The following members of the com
mittee from Waynesviiie are epected
to atten-1, H. C. WiiDurn,' who has
charge of the Norih Carolina Section
of the P'rk Musr-im, MiHS Margar-
Stringfield, J. RJ Thomas, E. L. With
ers W. C. APn, W T. Shelton, and
F. W. Miller.
OFFICIAL AVEATHER REPORT
Date . Max. Min.
18 67 38
19 (!9 - 36
20 76 39
21 ' 67 . :- 43
22 69 36
23 . 64 39
24 72 - . - 38