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JWXSVILLE, NORTH CAUoOnT
Held Up For Lack
Of pledged Lumber
the list ready
r - . ,itv to ioreiiian ustat
.V. tn complete tne city par.
lumber and cement is furn-
hcse wno uimet wun tu
it was teamen
R. A. office this
"".uo 'oca t.
a total of more than
wn raid out in labor
ark project. The work on
' Hi : which is on East street, got
ir -nring. and a wading
sr.i a Jem
Happily Married Sixty-Four Years
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1935
l.i 1 1 1 ne
k he park has been banked
i steps and bridges finished,
u-; what the cement; ana mm
iU n , . , .
j , .i,e lower ena oi me ytitv iu
l ' Koon rim strutted
r ., i wv-" -s
... i,a vpflfiv for use.
H.il vv .
I.;! ffeeK L"C .......
i. nnt and nut on a
;.-.- iinr iiLtiioi tan
r L ni i wi-is-m
. i. .( .Vo ncn omce. saiu,
l" ' , .'. ... o novV JvniM-
ifa-on 01 me . V" e"
h? project is not ,1MUC"U :
'. ' i:1a nlanmnir now - will
tut a m k""""' , .
. i. ; (irct nlnea shane hv
lire tne pa'" '""' -- -
,t conns, and considering the fact
lit the cm alien iidc ii hi.c
' ..,.,, -this nroieet
fund Available For
Students Wanting To
Attend High School
Ccnn-.v Siiperinte-ndent of Jfcxluca-
jtJack Messe.r, this week received
iinii frem the director of Youth
Aaninistratum in Raleigh, for appli-
I'joas for ..federal funds for stu- i
ur.ablt- to attend high school Tn
Ad allotment of six dollars per
! 4 the amount that the stu-
tan will receive upon approval ot
It applications. This county is to
lire 56 -white students and two col
mi in in this project.
Tiose wanfting the applications
list be between 16 and 25 years of
ite, and must be of a family that was
peliel m .May. 1935. It was .point-:
d out that the would provide the
students -with clothiT.g and books for
4e school term, '
.Mr.- and Mrs
rit'd f(.(- (J4 years,
M. :. Ti-antham.
Mr. Ti-.-tntham is
ci and f
, haf ln'cn liapjiily niar
lif is mi. 'n,is is a ,-tvviit
Clyde Couple Wearing Their
65th Wedding Anniversary
KF1M OF MR. AND MRS.
aiFfORD GREEN BURIED
KM'oi-(ls were miis)io1, stuit-Joi't-tl
and torn iisundii- Saturday
in the ottitc of the Hosister of
Ifc-eds liere, when Sir. llayncs
issued four marriage license in
evaetly twenty-live minutes.
It was t lie busiest twenty-live
minutes in Issuing license that
the otliee has had, it was said.
While there's no direct connec
tion, there was u material increase
In the niimlH'r of reiil estate tran
sactions over the week in fact,
the largest nunlher ;recordel in
a number of nuuiths, even K'r
lii(i a year or so.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Trantham,
Of Clyde, In Splendid Health
Twenty Arrested As
Enforce Traffic Law
It was lanuerlice business :ui mag
itra;e's court here Monday nuu-ning,
when highway pjiti.:n-.,;-. hrv.uhi
twenty defendants befere .da.stra'.e
C. H. Atkinson for viu'.a'.iv'ii of trallic
Mr. Atkinson deposed of ail the
oav, most of which weie nnnor.
Judtrmetit was suspended upon pay-nier.-.
f costs. Many of the twenty
ventured out for 'nitriit j.ri ir.g w:th
out the proper light. on their cars
and by proper lighting, the patrol
men mean two good head' :j h: and a
Some of . the defendants, however,
were up for speeding wreck t
driving. For the tir.-t olIn-e the
twenty were allowed to o, their way
upon payment of Cot.-, ; a; warned by
Mr. Atkinson and the palie'.man that
the next "11 ip" would be serious a.s
well as expulsive.
At present theie are three patlo'iiium
from Asheville to Murphy, and it is
expected that the fourth will bo added
soon. The two serving this district
from here to Murphy are Howard ,1.
.'m , of Moore -.county, and K. H.
QuJ-.n, Jr.. of -Stale-ville. The fouith
irtau would probably establish head
quarters here, while one of the two
al'ovc Would go t,,i Murphy
otlu r Krankll'.i, and each
toward the central point.
Waynesville One of N. C.
Towns Slated toGet Armory
aihled by the act
increase the stat
:" t in
Dr. Gudger Tells
Rotarians Town Is
EAZELWOOD Funeral services
Glenn Dale, infn
Krs. Clifford Green, who died at tha
m at a o'clock Saturday '. night,
conducted at the home Sunday
tenoim at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev,
J- C. Landrutll nthViat-eH Rnr-ial
"Green Hill cemetery, Wavnesville.
sines his' 'oarents rlie .thiA is
am-ived by. three hrntliers LowSs:
inev. an,l (; . .,,.
fe. Pallbearer ',, i.M.U.-"
Eugene, (ilenn and Oordrm
ENJDTIXG THIS AREA
, y 1 aainett ana son,
Wnv i canaaa, arrived here
Sn,i M ,. , 1 eeis visiwng
ar.il Mrs: f w. At:,., .. n:
Mr Mir., o" ; "" V""
r,r e "ii- i cuuneciea wixn
tanadmn i'ntmn.i d.:
i,t. mae several
, u P(iints- of interest
'JiicVv . , vtrs s -Being.
SM sold on- th
TERX ST A R fH A iwvn
0 T TONIGHT AT
Dr. E. W. Gudger was the speaker
at the Rotary Crab last Friday, and
he pointed out'sf.mne of the needs of
the community, that to local citizens
might appear to be small, yet to the
visitor loomed out as eyesores in the
community. "But nevertheless, the
town shows every sign of progress.
It is indeed encouraging," he said.
His suggestions were constructive
all the way through, and he urged
that immediate -attention be given
the seemingly "minor matters." Re
moval of: sidewalk sigtns, especially
"in from of the service stations was
one of his suggestions. Repairing of
"broken sidewalks, being another. I
Dr. Gudger was imphatic in urging' i
that the towns of Hazehvond and 1
Waynesville get together and build :
the sewer line to Pigefn river, past '
Lake Junaluska, "He intimated that
the . non-sunnprt of town officials on :
the part of the citizens had been cause
of much delay. !
Wilford Rav had chr-.Vee of. the ;
program ja.t Friday. M. D. Watkinsj
will be ;n charge this week. .: I
. "Happily married sixtv-foui years,
in-excellent health, and enjoying- life,"
easily tells the storv .f Mr. mid Mrs.
M.E. Tranthat.., of Clyde.
' "en . loons vvoum never indicate
such long life, however, as both could
pass- for much younger people than
eighty-nine and eighty, respectively.
Neither of them are feeble in fiict--
far lrom it. Mr. Trantham
wnere he pleases .-and doesn't
waiKing stick. ,
And as one of their children ex
pressed it: "Dad and mother are al
ways anxious for The Mountaineer
to come to them, and it is sure a
welcome visitor. Dad reads it with
out glasses, but mother has to use
glasses to read."
.Mrs. Trantham is a native of thi.s
county, while Mr. Trantham was
born in Buncombe county, coming here
immediately after the War Between
Mr. Trantham was bottr. at Fair
view on March 10, 1H4C. He lived
there until February 28, 1S".2 when
he enlisted in the Confederate Army
in the War Between the States. He
remained in the army for the duration
of the war. j
After the war, Mr. Trantham came-!
to Haywood county, and shortly there- j
after, met and married Miss Marga- '
ret L. Jarrett. The wedding taking)
place on March Ti, 1-871.
Trantbnni wis b- rn on March :
Is Solomon Sutton,
Who Is !)3r The Old
est Haywood Citizen
Several weeks ago, an an
nouncement was made that, the
oldest person in Haywood county
was being sought by this paper.
Several names have been sent in,
and thus far the oldest person re
ported is Solomon Sutton, -of. Jon-.'
Mr. Sutton will be !.' in March,
and s in the best of health.
If you know of an older person
in this county than Mr. Sutton,
the ' publishers of this paper will
apprecii.Ye hiiving tfheitj- ' nam
Just as foon as the oldest per
son hai been determined, arrange
ments will be made to have their
pictures made ami a special ar
ticle about their life will be pub
lished in thia paper. Of course,
the panel' will bear all 'the cost
of this. ;
EN? - i
Huilding Would Cotst 2 1.000,
and Would He Huilt With
I'aii-oliiiaii A. It. smart
i 1 is now iaUiihilg in 1 lie
-11 lei. a.l tec st rvniK Hi tins
lor a hwiiiIm r of ea i s. Ink'
lei i iinrv he rnade inaiiv triends.
Last Kites Held For
Fred II. Marley, 46
Local ERE Teachers
Return from Raleigh
The teachers w ho have
:ng for tin- na-t several-
ami Mr-. Trantham are the par
f till '-hi'dren nine are living.
a'o have fifty-three grandehil-ixly-four
I 'W'i vreat-great grandchildren,
"'a- children are: Mr:-. J. A. Brown,
Moeksville, N. C. ;
MISS MARION Mt'DOWELL
Chapter' of tVio f'aeom
a.3'i-- a: U-,e Masonic Temple
tiff- : t'10CK- An initiation
s ai-pT , e Program, All
srTiw , 1 attend, and. vis-
" tr: , '"V- '
it'd a n eV'n mg tl. organiza-
- t Liie citv nark A
Was 5pUOl t Q
An e'iiio'vhl".timi mc
ress In Henderswnrille
"s . E:
... Miss, Marion McDowell, of this city,
was one of twenty college, graduates
selected to receive a fellowship during
the coming year in the division of
social work at the. University of Pitts
burgh, according to a sneeial . com
munication to this paper j rpm Dr. M.
C, Elmer, director.
Miss McDowell i.s a graduate of
the Woman's college of the University
of North Carolina. She is. the dttugh
ter of Mrs, C. H. McDowell and the
late Dr. C.H. McDowell.
. Tianthani, Gretfnsbo-ro.
'.. Trail! ham, Jonathan's Creek.
-T.-..I. Fisher, Lake Junaluska.
I. Trantham, Clyde.
. J. H, Tr-intham, Chicago, III.
Charles T. Trantham, Bakersville.
Mr-. J, M. Baldwin, Asheville.
I: interesting to note the an-n.iver-arios;
that fall in March for Mr.
:u I .Mr-. Trantham. Both were born,
in .March and also married in: March- :
..Miss Janie Brown
tor visiting friends
Woodbury, Ga., this
has returned af
ir. Atlanta, and
the I'.Kr, scnuols id Haywood county,
under, the y.ijh rvisii.n of Mi-.- .laniu
Brown, he id of .the; group, have re
turned aficr .-pending two week.- in
Raleigh. .While then' they attended
an I1HK -chool held at State College,
with ;hr- l'(c''tv:tij- subjects iel;itive
t ; tic 1 ; -v.o, k' b 'ing -t lid ied : Lit' ra i ,
; home i-o : k ,;s. -oria) alio economu-'
; pro Mem .recreation, health and by
j giene. ami nu.r -.ery school method-.
Among tho-e t tend i n tr the .-eh"ol
: were: - Miss Khonie Allen, of . i ! .
: Mr-.!. C, Long, of Lake .1 una in-ka, .
M - - Maule Mc.hatrey, of Canton, MK
I: .1. .Mai hi y. of Ili'ilvvood, Miss Kaih-;
eriiie O-len fie, of Clyde, -Mr-. Blanche -rh
c, of Crn-o, Mrs, Fred Winfiehl,
of ( anton, (Mer . Burnett, . of Criiso, i
and Mrs: Grover Caldwell, of Hell ::
From -Wavnesville-we re. Mr. -RuiUs '
'.F!:ir.w-:. .Mrs'.. G. F. Boston. Mrs; Ihi- ?
mer JuisUce,' Mi- Helen Medford.
i;-s Mary Pauline :Plott, Mr?. D-1
Maney Raines, Mrs. Cum; B. St amey, -.1
.and' .Mrs.-Rose Moody. ' : '
Simple , yet imjiressiye luneral ser-vin-s
were conducted from the First
Presbyterian church on Sunday after
noon by Dr. A. A. McLian, for Frel
II. .Marley, Id; former Lenoir phar
macist, who-e death occurred, while
he vva.. iiuiu' ti i a;i d. in the llaywood
( 'oiinty llo-jiital, n a n.'-vilie. I n tor
ment folioue l at Helicvicw cenretery.
Allhoueh Mi. Mar ey had riot been
in the he-1 of heiltii lor several year.-,
lie had been ei rt.iealiy ill for less t han ;
two wick .and In d. a . h w as ent n ely
; h i - . i me.
was Widely known and lnirliiy
l'e-;ieeted ill l.eiioii Well a- the'
!) r town- in which he hinl 'lived,-';
such as !,) Fort. ami Wavin-.-yillc, and ,.
tin- in w-s c f hi- (i--sin:' was a di-t:nc! !
li' eh jo hi- friend,- here.
r -iu'iyiiig at the I 'nivcr-ii v id'
t ii t o 1 1 ii a ' .-. si hoiil of plia i iiiaey, 1
Miali ii,. iji-aduated, lie follow
el !.i:-i'i--.i.'ii I" ally' .operating.
Ma, ;. ' ! I u vt Stole heic for I-
yoai,. S.ia-e that lime he bad lived
,i- l.' i o : . U .I I of and Wavne-ville,
inJig In en i eg i.-J e- ri d plia rm.-o i r t a'
, I unexiu
:t Caih-d ,
Although no ollicial word has U'e'n
I'viiwd, the ollicials of Company
"H" of the l'JOth Infantry are elated
evi r the in coming out of 'Raleigh
thai Wayne-ille has, heen included
Ms one of the IT lown.s in the state
that will get a S-Jl.opo armory under
the WPA -et-up.
Captain Geoige Plot:. First Lieuten
ant Paul Martin and Second Lieuten
ant Grady Boyd, of Company '" "
have been i'n clo-e touch with the
tor since it was first mentioned -months
ago that an armory wa- li
able for Wiaynesville under the i
rclegianis and letters ueic li.--inii
-cut from here yestcrdii), and
more will K loday In iM'half
of I he armory. Olliecrs of foin
iaiij II" arc niakinu e'ry effort
lo bate i be local iroje( ( anions
l lie lii -i approved by ollicials.
Tin' project bus been approved,
ami now It j ninttcf of
uettiiiK the money allocated.
L'ntative sfiecilicat ions have al
ready heen received, and the plans call
tor a brick building 110 feet square,
and with L'U.OOII square feet of drill
I he only o'digat lei: .-f town is
to Itirnish the site. Much lime has
been spent inn this matter, and olli
cials believe that they have a .site that
is available that will be ideal for the
building as well as t he. drill grounds.
I he huildimr. w hile built for the
armory, will be for 'community use,
providing ample space for dances,
serving as a convention hall, also
ideal for Mower shows, quilt shows
.'end the like.
The building will not have seats
provided by (he government, but it is
estimated that .some 5 Hi) seats could
easily be placed on the .floor of the
hall. A stage js ' included in the plans.
The local Home Guard unit i.s at
present holding the drills in a build
ing neiir tin' depot, but an ollicial
poinled out that this was entirely in
adequate, ... Company "11" has made a distinct
rwcord in the slate, by the machine
gun marksiiiiiship a I'd Iky .of the com
pany. And during the cotton liiill
slrike last fall they weie o'li duly ill
the strike area for a number of weeks,
filling their duty to 'the "eoiuilete
.satisfaction of olfieers," vva- the. re
It is expected that delinite action
will he known soon, and the leport
from Raleigh .Was that the building
would be under const riietiou uilhin
week- .after- I'm nial approval,
n wa,, al-o one i;f Hie IV towns,
I in the report. ,. -'
300 Hear Plans Of
Reviving Old Age
Pension Bill Plan
i '- I 'I He .sioi.c a: 'tld I'm I at. ho
-'li-ath,,-- 'Surviving aie hi-
Mr-. I." i -e .Clarke Marley,
I- . Hal. w ho i - oi l he.-i ru e-iier
I 'nivei -j ty , where he i-
-enior ela-.-, aini
- parent.:. Rev. and.,
i" aii'i two sister., '
ltd M- Margaret
AV. K. Fishi'r, slate manager id liie
t!d Age l'i ! i .,. pi .ii, aii., i a ciowd
ol - mm- duo gal lie, 1,J .,; , u. court
hoii,-e here Monday - ,,uoii j,iaM's
won-, in. h in:,, ,, Kk j,,, t'v-mii.ior:'
to pre-en; to (,'iin
d.y: dnvoric.- ne.xi
I-flnl .: -
I . . , '"-1UI Ol .U1U
Scisai -! fut'eh here,, -Wafe
.( i' ,-iJl'4Wr at tho rBvn-
which was held
't'lay of Uliis
Cbr dm.' spoke nn "H,.r w
fjrfl:,: lhe audience was
TJ..-,. a'?'rict. The Hplpo-ntoc
fatw of'-the Henderson villP
65, Passes Away
Robert Honeycutt. fi5, was buried
this week at the DeTP.vood cemetery,
with the Rev. Mr. Rv-ten, Methodist
pastor conducting the funeral.
Mr. Honeycutt passed away fol
lowing an- tlinesr.'of several months.
He is survived by his wift and sever
al children. -
e rn a ' h
anf II. -i
. .. - T
i : 1 1 1 1 1
II C- M-f
,f (I'd -TV :
rei - were:
.01. . I ' i :
M i "in, of
rajiain . A li-
Ike Caplin and
n, ':'; Paul .Black-'
and ..I. R. f.H.i:
j i .
name - on j.et,t lot
gi e.-s ' w hen ; i.
' "W n i rid ji.an . n.iving
in -tin- pa-l'.-.-t. - .- ion liii-'ced Hie
soi;- i o h i ait a nvi-ed pian; to ire
sent next year.
: ,",v r, Fi - net- went into detiil of what.
Hie plan would mean to the old peo
ple, a to I What encourage men I. had
iil'i n i ("-ei ved.' '
. Vi ry-liiile, if anything',, can. he ex
f'Vclcd until lhe :mee;iiig of, the .-tii'e
i gisla.ari' -again in Iti.iT. according
.to ph-iis ; iiut.irud by Mr. Fl-h.er, as
t he federal governmen:. . plan- are to
go niie-half on the "deiii" With: the.
Patent Granted Haywood Man Fall And Winter
onWave Motor that May Mean
Big Change In Making Power
Dr. J. F. Massey. Former Hay
vood Mtin. Now Living In
New Jersey, Makes
a 1 . - -
4avier summer wa1 traffl.-
Sal :?1Ji street
: v, aParkin "-"-ernoon and
v,?.s e Iff? e taken,
MISS MARGARET JONES
0URIED AT HVDEK MT
tm thC PSt
ZentlToy most of
Funeral services were- held at the
Hyder Mountain church Sunday after
noon for -Miss -Margaret Jones, u,.
i. Mr aA Mw.- R. A. Jones, of
Clyde. : , , ...
The voung girl died at the hospital
here aftef- a lingering illness. Rev..
R. P. McCracken conducted the fun-
Cr Members of Margaret's Sunday
.',i.l .u..; crrnrled school Class
swiuui uais o..v4 f..- .c!n some waj
acted as flower girls, while cousins u
noil Konrprs. )
earne . t
aln mt a
i r itistani-.' where a Haywood
torgihg' ahead V in the '-world.-tight
recently, ' tylien the .A! -Sty
1'ress carried an .Irtiel"
wave hiotoi'. invented liy pr-
Massey. of that city, Dr. . M.issey
born oh -Fin"s v'reek, in this
hrointv: nnd hss been- in New Jersey
for inanv years. , He has iniiiiV friend
,'tni! relatives here who will lip in!
i.e..) in the work he is doini-'. Dr.
yr.issey lives at ft South. N'eW-port
Avenue. Ventr.or City. X. J.
. Dr. Massey is an uncle of Z, R,
The article in full, is a follows:
The ceaseless motion of the ocean
waves has always caujaii uie imagi
nation- or inventors ami entrineers. ii
way could, be found to harness
what quantities of power
Xow a well known . local
Dr. J. I". Mass.ey,. hns l.e.-n l-.i
a fiatent. l'.v trie . ;ov'-p;nimt
','w.i ve raotiir." whi' li- l'r. Sl r--i
lieyes iriay have nia r,y imp.,,! ;:.-, ni
If,. Ijel'i"ves' that liis niotoi-' , )i.,i-- s
,-r h i' . j i r'o l , I e in--,- ?! .'.!:., !i i ,17. -vi m
ventio'ns -of tbf i lype- faip-d.'
As Drl Afassey exppiins i t' ,,.' ' .'
motors that were l.nilt years
1'ed to make, allowances for th- ris"
I and fall of the :i'l''--- and other nn-
-. certainties, of the of f-an. His fny'.n-
iion is so arranged niai it .win iutii
tion, he believes,: under all conditions
in fair weather or foul. It can store
up power, clistribute it as needed.
Dr. Massey started work on his in
vention about a year ago, as a hobt'V.
He was ill at the time, he said, and
had read an article in the f-'unday
Press relating how wve moter in
ventions had been tested out here 25
years or more ago. Although a prac
. (Continued on page 8)
A fall ami 'winter, garden conic.-1 i
!.c.. ;o.' s'.agtd under the. superVi.-ioii
of M:ss Smith, county home demon--t
rat ion. agent. Any home garden
g: o'vn by a iuial family in North
t ;,r oiina is eligible. Contestants
' wi-h.:n-.' .to enter mu.-t see Miss Smith
before Oct. 1, i'.id.i. The content wi.'l
:ri-; for. six .month. There must be
at least 12. contestants before tho-e
in the county are eligible to enter.
'-. County awards are as. follows: Fir-t
prize, .?o.00; second prize, ,-;2:00. The
winners in the county ',' contest will
have a chance to co ii jete for the slate
p: izes. . w n aie: f irst, .$20,(10; sec
!,-;; 2.",b; third, S7.50, and fourth
'I he Watkins Chevrolet ( ..inpar.y
have' in.stalied a mo.iein key-making
machine, which wi-.il duplicate any
key, for any kind of lock. '
Mr. Watkins exp.'a.ne 1 that all that .
is needed to . dupilcak1 .' keys is, the
number. Patterns : for every by num-:
ber are mi file and it ;.- in---f. o
if adjusting the machine ,. ',..
rk ' key, ''''.-
! b'la -tik
BAPTIST WOMEN T
MEET SUNDAY AT 3
Women of the Waynesville divi
sion of the captist church will meet
wfth the Ratcbff Cove Missionary
Society Sunday afternoon at three
The Baptist State Mission Day of
Prayer will be observed. Those m
charge are anxious that a delegation
from each church be present.
.Miss Mary Matgaret' Smith, Home
Demonstration Agent for Haywood
and Sw-ain count :'e.s, has, thefollowing
schedule for,: meetings with the wom
en this week in Haywood: Wednes
day, A lien '.s Creek church at 2 o'clock
Thursday, at Pines Creek, school
house, at. 2:.30 o'clock; Friday, at
Shady Grove church, at ?-mv n'.'ll-.
Saturday, at the Cecil srh nnl ' nco ,1
9-P.n r,'nlr.l- Ml 4 1. ' , . . . '
v V4V-.S. . .in me w omen oi tnese
communities- are cordiallv invited t.i
Jattend the meetings,.