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-Head by Thinking I'tuple
&iam County Is
' . . n: -.,.r nolik
OHicer In Uryson
. mirv tlraham county became
;;.,f ;,- 1 ..trict Health Depart
" tt.n .h 'va? created in Western
i.V- j 'an ':r;a a year ago of Hay
',',','' j;uk-r. and Swain counties.
',. weeks ago Macon county
W-h :hc coming in of Graham,
. , U) a un' it west of Buncombe
t'iay and Cherokte. Offi-
' . ,): these two counties have been
t.Xtv,: tt!:.1 have gone into the
. .,u: r. definite decision has been
( . X Si.-k, district health ofti
a:. announced that Dr. Rouark,
'''Wilmington, would succeed Dr.
NVI'it. of Bryson City, as as-ht-alth
officer. Dr. Xesbit
taker, a position in the govern-
,.r; hii:ai at Detroit.
winners In County
Health Contest For
4-H Clubs Given
lIr'.:Cjuse. lr'. C, N. Sisk, anil
t if :h jiuix's of the health de-
r::m: -at made the round of the
l-uii-.y examining 4-.il Club members
determine- which boy and girl
.care-cut Haywood county in
i NV.-tci'ii District contest to be
at a pine ami place yet to be
j(:!,'nu;Aul. The winner among the
f gi '.iri is Nina Hipps, daughter
k:' .Mr,' ;,!.: Mis. W. F. Hipps She
3- a .in:!'!..: of .the Cecil club. Her
J-ta; n-s.rc :m t he examination was 95.
r .n; .it 1 I, years old.
! fci'ir Ibi-diii mer, of the 4-H Club
: Munuig Star, in Beaverdam, held
JF.e h.trlr-; -.-ore among the boys,
Aihaii was '.M'l-. He is 1,1 years old.
Jii !ht. -!ii! of Mr,, and Mi s. John
jli. -b,-''t.i'nici. ,.f Canton,. Route 1.
J -la. . ..v.,-!i. highest scores in the
J iai 'f m-ih- those of Mary Jo How
it points, of the Rock Hill
lai-' and hcleriek Hyatt, cf Bethel,
I FiJfy-s:je club menubers of the
tnunty's enrollment of about 110 took
examination. These 59 boys and
tri.- now have- a better appreciation
't; .'"aoii standards, and, knowing
pir-weak points, will know how to
f a!.,.u! ' building for themselves
letter bodies. "
Seized At Balsam
. ., .
k n,W''"';!,lon stiI! was brought
' ..ur-,iay by members of the sher-
r ; . uv-nannien , after a raid near
s all fired up, with the
A number of barrels
destroyed along with
Uvi H,''!'"'y' who the raid, re--.''
, :t ""'as the finest outfit
1 H1n m ii time. "The
:v.!""lu:ed at that still was not
iV' "",'- kind- as no sugar Was
S Tvvl : ':d he. .
v ca;. ;hc still was found some
k ' "' a'a.V hebin,! d i mt..s'
'r"':1 ,lhat it had boon kept
for some timp.
I:".'"" '.-:Pv.ure -was ' 50 feet of
i t' A - "'ion hose.
p'i!k,!le the raid were John
i :'':;p" flni1 Elmer Downs,
- ac uiven
"' State Rating
-;.la- superintendent of
; i:m r.t of the city,
!''-V.ia:-r "C' i ,ho monthIy report
ra-f,n fuly?!s from the State
?iriu'h ;H'?!t'ne.of. the State
(. . 7 iU! 1 the report gives
: J":! 'L record, for .water.
iz reived the tenth.
-m water sent away
s;;'tc.i that the reports
ev. rrA vo, i. u.j t.
0:;. f.;am: a'! the time.
;.,-:-(-.;'Jttanding facts of
0Vly 2 rounds
V 2 Timirrlc -if
Si-,-, . .million pounds of
U V;;. have to Use as
SOME TIME HERE
Th'maS D- barker, U.
' H. H rwV V mc-r ,aw Partner
Hw '-rd'-in'-San Francis-
W aeain this ar in
'I ftw l. V,sited Waynesville
r -e utW. "V1" nd Mrs. Park-
.in wr:-.;", ,h.aying Wn en-
7-4 sr.- 3 hlstnr-.T
-yrmnir i- -r...-,- ui "'"Sic
- ' -mornige, Mass.
Term Of Criminal
Court To Convene
Here On July 8th
The July term of Superior Court,
which is the criminal toit, will
convene here July ',8th with Judge
Felix E. Alley presiding.
A rather heavy docket is pending
this term, but few outstanding cases.
The jury for the two week'j- of
court is as follows:
H. L. I'ressley, Beaverdam
Keys, lieaverdam: Robt.
aynesville! Ernest Rogers, t'lv
Smiley Carver, Waynesville; C.
Wines, Beaverdam; R. Frank Smath
ers, Beaverdam; R. L. Smith, Way
nesville; -Hiil- Massie, Waynesville;
R. C. Lemmings, Waynesville; Henry
Haynes, Fines Creek; W . R. Wan
ton, Waynesville; J. A. Provost, Way
nesville; Kin tlmii. Fine Creek; F.
F". Green, 1'igion; R. W. Cremi, Fines
Creek; R. W. Crawford. Waynes,
ville; H. C. Sanford, Crabtrie; R. L.
Davis, Jonathan Creek; J. S. Brown,
Clyde; E. C. Hughes. Waynesville;
Fester Smathei s, Kt-averdam : W. F.
Coolesby, Beaverdam; C, (J. Hardin,
Elton Chambers, I'igeon; I!. L.
Wilson, Waynesville: E. H. McCrack
en, Crabtree; W. A. Noland, Crab
trie; R. J. Owen, Boawrdam; F M.
Hargrove, I'igeon; S. .I.Mooilv, Ivv
Hill; J. E, Wright, Waynesville; (i.
H. Smuthers, Beaverdam; R. C.
Fr-uieis, Waynesville; F . H. H ra in
let t, Waynesville; F. M. Rogers,
Waynesville; E. B. McClure, Way
nesville;; ('. R. McElrath, Fines
Creek; A, S. Ferguson, Wavnesville;
T. IF Moodv.
ville; T. IF
Inquiries At C. Of
C. 50 Better Than
Those Of Last Year
"The inipiilies received bv the
Chaniibe,. of Commerce exceeds! those
of last' year by fifty pet- cent," ac
cording !o statement made yester
day by Secretary Ernest F. Withers.
A survey among several of the bus
iness places showed that tourist.s
trade was far" better than that of
last year at the same time. The
Chaniher of Commerce also reported
that hotels and bonrding houses are
ahead of last year's schedule with the
number of guest..
The ..registration?, for this year arc
to date the same as' those recorded
last vear, Mr, Withers stated.
Man Pays Taxes With
"Blanket" Type Rills
Tax Supervisor D. A. Howell is
displaying four of the "blanket" size
dollar bills which were paid into him
for taxes by an old man living some
distance from town.
iMr. Howell remarked about the old
time bills at the time, and the man
replied: "I got a lot more like 'em
where them come from."
In discussing the collection of taxes
Mr. .Howell was warm in his praise
for the response the people have
given. He has a special announce
ment in today's paper calling atten
tion to those who owe any taxes, and
explains the necessity of making
At Lake Junaluska
To Be Outstanding
This season Lake .Junaluska will
have the most interesting and ex
tensive musical program, ever enjoy
ed since its establishment. The va
rious activities now being planned,
will be under the supervision -f Law
rence G. Nilson. director, with Wal
ter Herbert, associate director, . i
Mr. Ni!.-on is the former musical
director of the Parker Schools of
Greenville. S. C. and now holds the
same position in the public schools
of Atlanta, and is generally- recog
nized as one of the ablest" conductor?
in the entire South. He is alo di
rector of the Philharmonic 'Society,
Mr. Herbert, who is well kri own in
thi?- section,' as he has srH-nt the pas:
seveial summers at the Herbert home
at Like Junaluska, has a voice of
exceptional qualities and is i--n-tiered
a teaver of unusual abilrly. In
addition to his teaching. lj i.-. a pop
ular radio singer, having proetced
programs over WSF-. .'Atlanta, for
the past ten years.
Their plans include, inviting ad the
chorUs singer? of this stclion. to join
their group at the Lake. Mrs. Hugh
A. Love, president of the V aynes
ville Music Club, is assisting :n the
organization of tho singers in this im
mediate vicinity. The second nv eting
of the Wavncsville group, vcill be
held on Thursday night,- at e:?ht
O'clock at the Banti.-t thur- h.
Among the plans being f..rniu,ated
bv Mr. Nilson and Mr. Herbert is
the presentation of the oratorio,
"Elijah," using the dramatic inttrpre-
tatinri Tknv i homni? 10 liavt inc
North Carolina Symphony play
Funeral For C. C.
kchell Held Wed-
nesday In Lenoir
Was Former Resident Of This
Cilv. Druggist Died En
route To Waynesville
Funetal service- for t i.ai is Chris
tian SeheH, of Kings Miunt:i:n. form
er r.-sident of Wayne-v jl'e, ueu- held
on Wednesday morning a: 11 e'clock.
at the First Methodist church, cf
Lenoir, with the pastor of the chuich
otlieiating. Interment was in the
Greenhill cemetery of that nlare.
Mr. Schell was the son of Mrs. M.
E. Schell, and the late M. F. Schell,
of Lenoir. He was a graduate of
the I'niversity of North Carolina.
He was (he manager of the Summer's
I "rug Company, of K:ni:- Mountain,
to which ohice be moved from Way
iv. -vilb. thiee years ago. lie bad
been ill fo,. sometime, and his con
dition became critical during the past
week. His physician advised that' he
be brought to a cooler olinurc, and
death eaiiie, while h. was en route
to the Haywood County Ho-pital.
The active pal'beaiois were the fol
lowing from Wavm -vi'le: lr. N. M.
Medford, 'W L, FaniMkin. Dr. O. T.
Alexander. W. A. Bradley, C. C.
I'lott. and Hirrh Ab. l. Tin- honorary
pallbearers weio ceifposed of friends
from Kings Mountain and Lenoir.
Mrs. M. E.
lanta; Mrs. .'
widow and one
Jr.. bis mother,
of Lenoir, live
Jordan, of At-
Ch.-idrind, of Rocky
Mrs. Mai r'ison Winkler.
Br-iwby. and Miss Helen
if Lenoi r ; : wo bvol hers.
I, of Newpoi t News. Vu.:
Mrs. W. S
W. A. S.-h
Takes Up At Hyatt
&Co. -Lumber Yard
What is hcliived to be a carrier
pigeon walked calmly into the lum
ber olliee of Hyatt and Company Mon
day morning.-. After looking things
over carefully, permitted Mark Cal
loway, olliee man, to pick it up. .
On each leg w as a . band -one a
metal band r(ading NKA-.VI-Aug., 'M.
The other band was of rubber, and
had the' number -111)-, on it.
The pigeon seemingly was in good
health and . not crippled," neither did
it show any signs of fear when pick
ed up. It is Mark Calloway's intension
to feed and care-for the pigeon until
he finds out: more about it.
L. A. Youn& Caught
With 11 Cases "Bond" i
Federal officers- and Jackson county
officials an-estod F. A. Young, of (his
city, last week, and captured a new
car with 11 cases of botfled in bond
The '.federal officers took charge of
both the liquor and the car.
Dave Turner Is Named
Assistant Tax Supervisor
Dave Turner has been
assistant tax supervisor.
Hugh, Leaks. ,''-..'
Mr. Turner took over
of the office a few days ag
NEW ARKIYAI. IN
Mr. and Mrs. Matk P
HAY Woo l
iKine, dr., an
nounce the birth
Ann, on June th
wood Cour.tv Hi
f a daugh'
l-'.-h, at '
cradcatfs o f hi: e y a i: i
FECE RETURN HOME
Miss Emily 'Palmer ami Mr. Riley
Palme''', daughter anil son of Mr. and
Mr-. C'.enn C. Palmer, of Clyde, Route
One, have ret.uined to their home for
the summer vacation. -.Miss Palmer
and Mr. Palmer were among .1 ho.-e
iriaduating from the lOllege. who re
ceived diplomas for the . two year
course. Among Our
: The .'iilveii i-enn -ul- in t his uii-l,--, iiiK-r. as every mil. an-
ililere-liiiy leaililig -wnnliK liile iin'!s-age: and xsorlli) -.'.of iho lime ul
Ihi- tiu-icM t'l-r-i'ii- I" i-ad.
Ainoiit; llii- s--l.'v ailserti-i'iiieiilH are I he follow ing:
- sh'omi s!:criiv
I IKST SIX ITON
I'asn Two- Aleianili-r'.-i Ding (oi-e
r.Uri; Three f;oo(le:ir Tii-e. .xoel
(iarase Tav o(i-- Soil Wariiiim
(', K. Itay's Sons. Slioc-
Pa ire I
oiir anil -I'lve "ISii;' esH
Sale of Ma -i-'- l-.'irlmenl
fa:;e Six IVrsoiutlily neanfy Shop
Waller Herbert,' oli-tT The' Food
Store C. 1 tUty'f Sons, Shoes
Also a Ilre-s Ad.
Pace .Seven C. K. Ray's Soiih. with
Page Eight Ford, Atx'l'ii Garago
A&V Tea Co. Rradley-Pax-is Co.
1 25 Delegates From
Haywood To Attend
l'hree Townships in County Have
Organized. Delegates To Meet
Tuesday At ( lde
11. Han is, of Canton, pre:
the Young lVtiiociats
Hay wo, si count v
d.-iy that all delegates
i n ention m Raleigh
lock. meet -of
would meet at the Ciydv Inn,
day -nigh:, June L".". at eight o
Mr. Harris slated that tins
ing would be a genera! caucus
county and town.-hip otli.ers. an
Vint ion vli
l ring and and rel'resb
it'' from be'i :,
:t h ' belli (if ti i n
vol i s.
aliout the same
the stale j.
tint .c- w ill 1
piai) aie to
11 tile w,.s(.
lay mm ii'.ng
i part of
i inn here
bleb Le le
wood i-i-presi ntat
with the stall oil
I . Alley, is stall
1 lari i - a.- chai i n
which will nco
cs .li e
pi es idi m .
. Alley named Mi
ia i: of t lie com mi . '. i i
iiiaieliii to the con
nangi s in (be organ
cut ion i el ta
izat ion s i oils!
riii ec , tow Ms
hip- liac bet n organ -tin-
ear-, and all ibe
o':'anr.ed within the
-. .... 1 1 Mills stated.
1 "vwi-hip Club organ
s. .lack Messer, Moo
f.ed thus tai
others w ill lie
ni' fi w no k
V ay lit,-:-v ille
izi'.l June bl:
. I . I i aw foi d, t ri
I o Si. ate Convent unit Ma soil Sweaar
oiigen, Mrs. ( arolyn A. Hyatt. -
lb avei'dain Township Club, urgan
iid ,liine It: (laud .1. McCraclvcli,
iieidelll; Mrs. l'aul Kobiiisoil, vice
presidi lit; Hunt Bailie, secretary; C.
C. Medfi : d, treasurer. )elegate,s to
State '.Convention, .lames IF lulerson,
Jr., C. C. Mi-dford.
- Crabtree .Township flub, oigaliied
June 17: Hugh Rogers, president;
Miss Ethel Best, vice president.; Mrs,
4 i race liibs, secretary; Marshall
Kiilv.iatri.k, tiiasurcr. ' DeleCiites. 1t
Slate Convention, Hugh Rogers. Pcail
.lustiie, Miirshall. Kirkpalrii k,
Of State To Meet In
: Raleigh. June. 28-29
The North Carolina
cratic I lub will meet
vent ion in Kaleijrly,
and L'Ptb. The State
mi J une liM h
Execiil i ve com -
mil tee w ill lie cal led lo eons'
get lie i- .with the committee''
convention at the Hotel Sir "W
Thursday evening, June "J7th,
P. M .
The "' iirincipal ' speaker of 'b
casion will be the Honorable Uu
Holt, the "Habv" of the Sena!
Vest Virginia. Senator II oil is out
of the most .out;tiitiding youiig-D.cn)-
ocrats, not only in the South, but in'
the-ent-iie country. . He seas .elected,
defeating an old line )o!i(ician and
and stalesnian, lie fore he hail reach
ed the alio of ;'.(. He will attain the
constitutional age f a iCnited Stater
Senator between now and t he - Stale
convention. Senator Holt, has. bad
otiii-c space in the Senate Olliee Iluilil- '
ing a-'signed to b;m. as well as desk ,
spa o in i he S( riai o hall, bul mav not I
be sworn ih until hi- attains his. .'Iblh
birthdiiy, on June ,llo,li. He is said j
to be a . speaker of rare chai in, h a j
tborougii, ! )iro-adiiiinist rut -bin ;.' Deiiio-
crat. and will undoulitedly have a reg
ular", appeal to the YoUng Demorf a! -of
A number of red-hol cont i oversie.
w'ill in all probability, lie slated for
Mr. Joseph Shaokford, who is now
b eated at Weavers il e, was the guest
over the week-end of his- -aunt, and:
uneb, .Mr. and Mrs., James Atkins.
I'ne One M.i-vsie Funeral, lloiru- Vo-
Page Two Alia 1K.-I Melalb- a-kel t o.
Frigid Fluid to Turner Moio
-' l u-ki'l t o. ) '
Paan Thr-' -tleToI.-i nil ( ii-kel '.
f in K-ri.i I Ca.-lii-t o. t harloto- a
fcel Co. '
Pati- f'oiir . V. 7;, Tl'i'inl Siiiiili-rl-ii
Railway ;-neral IMeeirii- lie.
friKri-.-Hoi-v- .luiiahl-ka Supply .
Pace Fise -Waync-wod XI ioa 1 1-
Martin Fleetrle Co. Watklim Ches
mlcl t o. Mohassk t'aries.
Pilar: Six Iliifih .F Sloan Notice (if
Iiializallon ISoard Meeiiiw liain-
pion Shoe Shoit Ix'Kal Nollr-r---.
Vast' Seven 1. A. Howell, lax miimt-
visor notice- C. F. Kay's Sons
AIk-I's Garage t Ford) Itoyal T'e-
w riter CO. 666 I-egaln.
I'age Fjglil Standard Oil Co.. and
twelve local Standard Dealerti.
' ' . - '.-': -. ' i ' .:
Dr. Sherrill Says
Special Edition Was
Cause Of Him Here
"The Special Edition of the
Mountaineer was the dividing
factor, in my selection of Way
nesville as a permanent loca
tion," says Dr. 1', M. Sherrill,
who recently came to Waynes
ville to live. "1 am also glad to
state that my wife and 1 are not
disappointed, for we find the
town and surroundings true to
Dr. Sherrill is a native of
Nashville, Tenn. He is a gradu
ate of Yandci b It I'niversity, of
the class of ltt.'ll. For the first
two years after having Yaiider
bilt, he did. graduate wo' k at the
hospital of the I'liiveisity of
I'eiili.syU atnia. a. id for the past;
two years, be has been the as
sistant suigeon at tlv .Stale Hos
pital at Coaldale, Finn.
Hr. Sherrill will have offices
on the first tloor of the Masonic
Temple. He and Mrs. Sherrill
are now occupying tin1 apart
ment if the M. 11. Bowles, ill the
Rotary Club To
Urge Strict er
( lul) Votes To Ask Aldermen To
Remove "Arrow Sijn" and
Kliminate Prod lire Trucks
'The Rotary .'Club s,.ni the entile
program hour at' Friday's meeting
in a discussion of the t radio pi oble-nis
of the city, and at the coiicliisiun of
I lie program a com nil I tei i-omp.ised of
President. K. H. Si relcher, .1. W. Ray.
and W.'li-mi Medford Wire named !.o
ai)i-ai before 1 lie board of ablei ilieii
lid piesen! recommendations of the
Il w n- 1 be op I M i mi of. I In club I bat
'lie l-irgi,' hi row below the sign which
spans;Maiti si i-ocl ul l lie First Nation
al Bank corner be
road into i he pa i
main sign was in
accoidirii'; to he n
A not hei tin 1 1 er
jecl of mill lrdii li'
, is opcm d.
I to be d
sohit ion. : '
that was the Mile
-ion, w a- i be pi ob
f (.rucks iiarking on
1 1 1 s o lit i I I
ing produce.'" The fad
loo and in
lot for all
(bat a fee
eoiirse of t he diseussioti
1 hi' t i neks paid no licen-i'
many ins! anee- pre-c nled
spots, as the poi ling-- and
- throwri about he t riirk- .
st ion w as made I hat am
be provide!-on. miiiii- back
sued 1 1 r i o ! u i i I rin ks, and I
or license be cha'ged Vm-b-1
t o I osvtl to dil- io- e of I he i i !
- pi llker -liriuicllt out . I In'
t bese t l in kers com i nc in
r away good busitii's-s from :
s that pas' taxes and license j
remain 'iir, bifines's. and it !
to -t In-Ill. to let the I nickel "-' j
amount wit bout
Claude Revis. 18,
Drowns In Pigeon
I'laude Revis, IX,
farmer "f H onion (
Wood county, was
Ruck s.wirriiniiig ho
-on or Fit Rm-,
ivv sect ion. Hay-'.,
drowrii d jn Dub j
e oil the :l'lt'( oil '
aft in oi li . aboir
o'eloek, -- -
, Yollll i'' UeS'i- W.as . dl'OW'lled W tl ;!'
!i nd' some' young' companions' w ere
irig and swiliimiiig at. Ibe Dub i
lie - '
p'aee w biell 1- t b
1 .,f. '('a.iiloiiV'ii
the O 1
i i i. --liar-sisters.
j 'I'll' : W.'l'i-l at - III i-
is; ,pla ,-
out- and several In.
20 Gallons In Raid
Federal olficci s. Jtoy Heece ; and
hn N'orfon, a.-.-isied. by. . Tleputy
S'li-riff Flnier . I.iowns. of thi.s county,
n.i.-tde a raid oti the residence of How
ard Hemphill, lit Canton, last Satur
day afternoon and found about liO
jm of t be "l.onrb d goods."
The- svhirkey, . which- ssas in pint
and half pint ,!itt!es,, svas concealed
uiu'er the porch floor. . The officers
i-o captured tsvo men, - who.-e names
not learned, found in the. llenn-ho'j-e
at the time of , the raid.
ii5eo , .iinidc' bond hrtre Saturday,
is th-. third- ti-. (fssf'.il: raid made
int. y oflic'Ts in this
past few days.. ',
(ay On Program
At Stale Denial
.'- '." : " -' :- -V
Dr. S. P. Gay returned yesterday
from the annual meeting of the North
Carolina State r)en.tal Society, which
nut a: Flowing Rock.
During the course' of the session,
Dr. Gay gave a clinic on "Pyor
rhoea," using models, x-rays and dem
onstrations to present the subjert.-1 .
Some 250 dentists of the state at
tended the meeting:. Mrs. Gay ac
companied him on the trip,
Till RSDAY. JI NK 2(1. 193.1
Plans Underway For
Larger And Better
County Fair Here
Committees For Handling Fair
This Fall Announced. Work
County Agent W. D. Smith made
tiie follow iiij: statement yesterday re
gaining the plans for the county fair:
"I'lan.s for the Haywoo.1 County
Fair to be held m October haw Ih'vu
progressing nicely for the last week
or so and we feel safe m assuring the
people that We van count on a really
good fair this year. It will be nec
essary, of course, to have the coop
eration of ail he people of the coun
ty. Fa, h oae should feel that it is
bis fair, and Cel a do'inite r.esorsi
bility to niaki it a sinvessfu! .on,.
1 here aie plia.-es or department i
which anyone and everyone r;ui i n
trdiute exhibits, and we should bi(-.-l
now to plan to make exhibits.
" lcpart mi ntal direc'-u s for tho
arioiis departments iae l'en named
by the Fail Association Ihrectois il-
I 'ircct or
1 1 1 recto r
f 1' u 1.1 Crops, 1 1. .1. Boyd,
of, Yegetahh s, Henry
i- of I-
-, Ora Cogburn.
-lock, J. Medford
Leal I li l' xx in lu.
I Urcvtor of
I tin 'dors' t
I'd war',! and
Poultry, .1. 11. Reach,
if ( li iiaiiw-nlal Plants
'f I aimed (iomls, Mrs,
and Mr. J. F. Pan.
f Clothing, Miss Louise
Mis. li,,,. ,i lielio.
llircctois of Pantry am! Dairy Sup
plies, Mrs. Mui rav I-' rcusou, Mrs.
P, R. Noland, Sr., '.Mi s. J. I''. Mann.
Diieclois of S, bool '.'Exhibits, llar
ned ltoyd, Fines Creek, M. 11.
How ies, ayiioss ille, S. . Coiniatser,
Clyde, A. ,i. Iluti bins, Beaverdain,
I'l of. 1 1 . 1 1 1 s i ' 1 1 , lid llel.
Direclois. ,,!' Athletics, Coach
Win! head and Coach Weatbeiby.
Diieclois of g i' n-ii 1 1 lire and llonio
Fcoiioiuics, I. A. -M, I .ra ri.
i oi, hi t : ei :
1 1 oiind; , l'i in 1 it, .1 1 ., .
Will Slu lion.
1 b Sm it b.
". A'b oi isinr , I'l
l ee, .1,., and .
P' l 111 1 U III I .1 I ,
Shelion. and Mi
'Cm (i- Riiss, T. I
ell, W D. Smith,
. K Wi ul.,
V. I . Smith. W
-. .1. M . I ong.
liiiti i t liniin nt, W
.; Cll I II, J. II. II"W
Mi-. Paul Walker.
'!. I . will In- adoed ',. in com
iiiittei -. Waleh toi aiinouiieemi iii.
i n the' ,ia pi'-r l'i 1 1 in ' 1 1 mi- lo j mil .
Aslieville Man Is
Fatally Injured In
Wreck Near ('anion
A broken steering gear 'was blam
ed for the -death of J. Robert Ray, 2
yi ar-old. printer, -of Aslieville, sshieh
resulted in an automobile accident
early Monday morning about a mile
ea-t ul' ('anion oii lligbwav No. Kb
Tin car was .-hurled', .through .. (he
guard rail and dn.swi an IS-foot. eni
bankmorit.. V. I',. Hailes. who was
said to liiive I h i ri dnving the car,
and tsvo. young wohwn. were injured.
Ray w-as carrieil (o an sheyille
bo-pit:.', and be lini" 1 1 u lint i! late
rloiiday a,( ei noon. l-lxaniina i-lms
showed h" was seveiely injured in-t-;rnaHy.
j p.- I:
.a. d of
1: I pi'
' "The s
L' ' ve'n ill
of ' he . s
.' io 'o- : r taxpayers
pe.'-Iy .'i-.'i'-isi d for
ledilb of the oV!!-
w l.' l
M-dion of -this.
,s a- an e'UiaH.a:
r-j. r ! on -. e .a a
on; v ' ime t bat
S'a.luat ioii :caii :b(
iiiadt- a reiitiest
-nr. and 'his is tl
. reli ' f from excess
changed, The board
t hat t b:- schedule, be
n ' dor that ample
.adheW'd to as i
inn- In- jfiVi'ii to
irig before them.
i pci'son appear-
Suits For Taxes
To Beidn July 1st
hoard of (.-(im ini: -
i r-. through
Tax. Suii'-rvi.soi- I ). A . II isve ! : n-iiouric-e
this week that srrts svil! 'h",' h
.Im'v first . against all persons v. ho
have f iilerl io p-iy 1 K' . t .-rx-es oj- ;;.iy
0- ' it t-iye-. -
'l b.- ' km'
1 ! ! JUi.! -
,in;ik(-v it lira'-ii'a-'i! v tha V
he i.i'st:t'ij'-.d. and the- of--
ticiais are giving ssi
-tnrougti t hi'-
ad vi rtisbig ctilunTs
tH' i : i
rjf-t hp'.ie.', suits will- F.ab6ii. ;
whi- h will. ! a to t'h.e
pi i ach.
the 1. 11 to !!:' :i: .'ivi r.
' . I'ror.itit --e'tb rrcnt i- being' jirp-i
1 y 'he o!!ieia'.-.
OFFICIAL WEATHKU KFPOI'.T
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