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WAYNESVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
THl'KSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1933
SLV" ' 40
y ANNUAL C0U1Y FAR
Inter Program of Chamber ofi
Commerce Is An Elaborate One
ii-ii xTi. mi : l
nate This vumei. auujiicu
program Will Keep Mem
v director;; of the Chamber of
-,-m.rce met last rnuay in;iic iui
;f"Vr roctftinu at the Hotel Way
,':'', 2"d made formal plans for
'-e j? ..(.
. i --Vf program iw me wiuki
,,,;';, Wlt.-l lresiuein, v.uaiic i-..
hTprttntijr a number of pro-
Stvtra! .n:iu-r ousiness matters
trt e.ipo-cd ol, unel repo"s given
one '-w' committees, uui-
-he cctg-t - o! the evening, Uonaui
Er.sn: cam.- : ana presemeu bcvei-
jjgge.-'.:!'!!.. Die one in particular
-Witt tilt1 rXlC-Me r-UiSC til ion
' .. . II.. ;tri
o,v.u. w.K-ri- violations oi traffic
5 in town had been the source of
im trhK-!M on the part of visi-
c m-i . i :i home ioiks. He
thai something be done to stop
Anion? the matters discussed Fri
y.tver.iiig. and calling for action
The -ortranization, sponsoring more
s! newer post -card views of the com-
Working: vvilli county officials to
lea the Waynesville Furniture Plant.
A general beautincation program,
is establishing a nursery for grow-
$ seedling' for. hemlock trees.
Hake an etlort to have old bun-
:Kt property cleaned.
A general co-operation . program
:hthe highway and park officials.
General survey and . provision of
we adequate dance halls.
'tion lit fellowship among eom-
ur.ities of county.
Those attending' the meeting last
'"fewer?: Frank W. Miller, J. H.
Jwell, Guv Massie. W. T. Shelton,
11, Hardin,- Jr., Charles E. Ray,
M. Kicheson, K. J. Hyatt, E. L.
.hers, Ralph Prevent, W. Hugh
la-iie, ami W. Curtis Russ.
Meets Here Tues.
Tie Fir.-; District Parent; Teacher
satiation will hold a meeting here
i.te .iethc(Ji?t church on next Tues
J;i October the Nth. Delegates are
Jeeted from the 18 counties in the
'm. Mrs. Wilbur Devendorf. of
Aville, district president, will pre-
fc- C S. Freel,,' of Canton, is the
f'tt the Haywood council, and
Ui 1.1. Ailev is the cenernt rhair-
; of the -meeting, with Mrs. Jack
t'fr 2 vice chairman.
lie Erne r:i in ho foot nrori hv
ires ly Mi-s. W. B. Avcock. of
J-KP", stilt nresiHpnt. nnH fTvdp
v,r''a:e P'intendent of public
''M'tiaii. , Variolic rnnferenro'e' -will
'J-A by the state chairmen pres-
-oi)chf.m will be served in the
"fiToiu of the church at 12i30.
Ma rians Told Of
telephones In U. S.
C. Carwick, district mana-
" "I JOUthprr, f1l
;,''as the speaker at the Rotary
neve Frid.-iv vt.' o
i. "his-. 31st fm, ,,.,-fU -.HA
;,Ld of the development of the
,;e and the reaction of the
-fl trio sprviM H.V.....I. vi-
3 ,s ''Mideririg.
Wen, : i i , . .. . . .
-'W - ' "t'tau oi the latest
?f ,the 'P"one, especially
mental ; and . over seas ser-
?3a"tLampklT1f !ocaI manager of the
''pT,a ..charge of the pro.
y s attendance was one
M CCRt' mak'ng the second
J per cent meeting in as many
Mbf Pon,--Miami; "Ed Flew
W'v and Bowen Henderson,
''e. wre guests at the meeting.
JIAY FAIR SOUVENIRS
-'yaU')"uI if Anyone in the
;.j -."ore fouvenirs of the old
A ti; niy fairs in the way
' L Mrs- W, C. Allen, who
ladv many years as one of
are Amor' her co1
!Sf3 p , '"''owing: Manager
1&fj5.' l'toa LPantry Supplies
:'iicrk ' 191. 1912. Miscella
"al r ,omen- 1906 Manager
!sy v ,bltSl Lalies work for
s. veral blue ribhon -fnr on-
To Speak Friday
1" ' i
TOM I. .HMISOX
Rotary Club Will
Club Friday Night
First Of Series Of Inter-City
Civic Club Meetings Will
Re Held At Seven
For the first, time in about four
years, an inter-city meeting will be
held Friday evening with the Rotary
Club as host to the Booster Club, of
Ilazehvood. The meeting will be held
in the Methodist church dining room
at -.seven o'clock, with Tom P. Jimi
son, of Charlotte, as speaker of the
No civic problems, or proposed com
munity ' programs will be discussed.
The main ohjeet of the meeting be
ing a get-together, fellowship gath
ering. Special music and other entertain
ment features have been arranged,
and indications are that about fifty
will be in attendance. There are
several special' "surprise . features'
that have been Worked out by the pro.
Dr. R. Stuart Roberson is president
of the Booster Club, and W. Curtis
RUs, is president of the Rotary Club..
Funeral For Mrs,
Reeves, Held Tues,
Funeral services Were hold on
Tflesdny' afternoon for Mrs. Amanda
Reeves 71, widow of the late James
Reeves, at the Cove Creek Baptist
chur.h, with the pastor, Rev.. Forest
Ferguson, officiating.'. . Interment was
in the Davis cemetery at Cove Creek.
Mr-. Peeve, had been in failing
health for some time and: her death
was not unexpected at this time. She
had been for many year.s a faithful
member of the Cove Creek: Baptist
-She is sun'ived by ten chi.dren,
Mrs. Zona James, Leicester, Mrs. Sal
lie Howell, Cove Creek, Mrs. Florence
Noland Iron Duff, Mi . Maud Evans,
Mrs. Cora Jenkins, Miss 'Vera Reeves,
Mr. Robert Reeves. Mr. Pink Reeves,
Mr. Gordon Reeves, Mr. Charles
Reeves, all of Cove Creek. Two
brothers and four sisters. Tom Craw
ford, of Clyde, F. P. Crawford, of Iron
Duff Mrs. Marv Downs, of Iron Hurt,
Mrs.' Laraina Smith, Macon county,
Mrs Florence Garner, of Franklin,
and Mrs. Harriet Bryson, of Iron
Duff. Also 36-grandchildren and 11
Wins Ford Prize
Frank I'ntierwood, service man at
iM'. n.irarc. is the nrouct owner of
an engraved pold wotoh presented to
him bv Ford Motor Company as a
prize offerpd in the Charlotte district
of the Ford Company for service ren
dered during the past few raonms.
rn,,.- ,-,Vi. vt-aci n trill to Atlantic
X III- 111. t I'.i-- -t
City. 1 .nt Mr. Underwood prizes l is
watch as much as trie w-muv.-.
first prize did the trip. .
The Charlotte division takes in
vrth and South Carolina, part of
Virginia and part of Tennesse, It is
seldom that such n vvize oi th.s w
ture is won outside " ' -
Of Junior Order
Coming Here 4th
Several Hundred Expected To
Attend. This Is Annual Fall
Meeting Of Order
Funeral For Rev.
J. W. Campbell Held
On Friday Morning
H f a L - J - a . ...
ti-it'iun .wemoaisi .ihiisum Kill
ed East Week Hy Train At
Larger Fair Than
Last Year Indicated
Members of -he Junior Order I'nii
ed American Me.hani,-- in ;(,,- .-ei-uiid
district of .North Can.Una wiii meet
with the WaynesviHe t , nil 1 , IT'!
Oct. 4th. The district -:r..-'.;:,iU -n :t
membership Jl Western North Car -lina
councils: - Buncombe, Ikroier'-w
Madison. Polk, Haywood and Tran-C-vania
counties are expected to !-o
Attendance" will run into hur.'dn u.-.
it is expected, as the combined mem
ber: hip of the L'l councils have a iikm
boihii) el' more than l!,0lH. The -es-.'.ui
w;l! be senii-annual . meeting.
1 iu -' gathering in the afternoon
I' - o".-'o.-k. woi '., :;; the hall over
I bo 1- ir-t Na: i- 'i i Rink. The night
;c----io!; will i , ! 1 n ;!K, t..f;rai
-'-kiiienia.y cii. ,d tiiioitorrum, to
which the ihiMh i- invited.
R. 11. Oiltlaw. el' A,hevii!e, deputy
ivi lUe in:r,c;, v;;i ne in c!;;uge.
.At. tne ;j, -M-.-sit n rciiort.- from nil
the councils w ill feature '.lie program.
Included .-hr ihe night ,-e.ssion at
7:d(! will bo the ,hcw dig of a three
ret! motion jdcturv, illtist i ating . ac
tivities "f the .Junior ttrder. Chil
dren, --from the nr;ani.at ion's, homo
at Lexington will present jj . port dun
of the program.
Other officers; of the -econd district,
who will assist in conducting the
meeting are B. II. Harris .. of . Bi!t
nn re, K. R. Bartlett, of Asheville. V.
A. Peebles,, of Candler, the Rev. P. .1.
Mason, of Biltmore,. Ravmond. ().
Filer, tif Mars Hill, Garfield Wood,
of liidtmore, Tom F'errell. of Canton,
and Tom Canps, of Saluda.
uit !i, a"
Vacant Just Two
Hours In 8 Years
For the lii'st time in t !i ,. Iist,.-y
of lire Haywood County Hospital,
the woman's ward, known as t lie
."dg- ward" is vacant otiie day
recently, loll foe only i wo !..! s
Two loons nfti-.r Hie last i.it
irnt had lo.-n ,j iseiia rKe,l. throe
entered the hospital mioI were
l'l; d in i lie -:.k wa'i-U." I
- The ward- .has live ht ds. in it .
'lit eon aei-onim, , ,l.ii, - Thj
unusual n-e.n-.l of 'two Ikoii.-.- ..f
vaeaney" ci'.es som,- i,i.-', . . I
i.i cod"' w hieh the ho-idlcl Olliit;;
in t his conn t v. -
Opening Of Beauty
Shop Set For Friday
Mrs. Ruth Craig 'tvnnoiinci:- 'the
opening of the Ladies Loong:' of ' ihe
Personaiitv It' auly Shop, on Friday
evening, ()jioi-er the. -lih. The old
Royal pit i-e-: ha lieet; i- .iiverteil into
a very attractive lounge, refurnished
The" evening will he featured by
the, modeling "f. the- last word in .-.manicures,-
hairdress and cuts, The
models will". 'bed introduced by Mi--Frances
Weston, .of the shop. .
Another feature will be : the floor
show staged by the Sherriil Dancing
school, of A-he villi . Miss athryn
Sherrill : will do an acrobatic dance,
and Miss LaBruee Sherrill will give
a ta)) number. Local students of .the
.school, including The res ia A l!e,v Idvo
lyn Craig, Mimi Goslene, Doris (Ivahl,
Mary Lee and Betty Jean Alley. Jane
Dudley; Francis, Mary Ellen; Boone,
and Emily Wortdall will dance as well
as several students from Ashevillc;
- The public is cordially .inviteo". ;
T- t-. tffrtmrrv. of Ashe-
-Mrs. IV. .uuiuf'" . .v
ville, was a Waynesville visitor the
' Revival .services, have close;! this
week at Shelton Laurel, one of the
mission tenter.: of the Salvation Army
in which Captain Cecil Brown 'has
been working since, last February.
The meeting was conducted .. by Rev
B. H. Vestal, of Winston-Salem, as
sisted by Rev: and Mrs.: Sherman Pat
terson, of Hendersonville.
1 The attendance has been so large
that it was necessary to hold most
of the services out of doors. .1 fiere
were fifty t'ot fc amversion.s I.irjng
the meeting. - " ". .
Beginning last night, Rev. , estat
i conducting a joint revival service
at the Fines Creek Baptist . church,
for the Methodist and Baptist church
es of that section. He will be assist
ed bv Captain Cecil Brown.
Stc'leN'd'e. havinc; cone t'o t e t c
years ag. '. lit firr.! !v 'U ', I p :-:or-a!c
at Audi o-. 1 1 dvh'.. ;: i - . i I r s .-on
City, l.eiieti r. Cino'd i-. Mil; more,
Walnut Cove, and li;i .-.r !lr a,i-. in
t he minist i y ;;5 years. .
100 Attend Sdiool
Of Instruction At
Bethel Last Friday
Idle scliool.of in-tuiciivn 'held iill
ier t'he da Us pre.es ef the Haywood
( 'oulrty ; Council of t tie pan. ill Teacher
a -social ions at llet hel on last Friday,
was attended- by nearly a -hundred
mothers anil, teachers. Mrs, C. S.
Freel, of Canton, president, presided.
Mrs. Jack Mosser was the general
chairman, and Mrs. C. 11. Church,
president of the Bethel P, T. A. was
the local chairman.
The meeting wa s, . featured by a
proinani (if unusual' merit, '.Among
tht prominent , leaders in the - move
ment'' present and taking part were:
Mrs. W. E. Langford, Mrs. W. Deveil
dorf. both of Asheville,, .Mis,. A. J.
Hutch ':- of ('anion. 'r-. !'. ! A'lev,
Dr. C. N.. 'Sisk'. Mr-, .lack Messer,
and ilr.:. dean Dilb n, of Waynesville.
$783 Spent For
llayowo I ( .unity . huiiler-. paid- a
ti ta of $TS:!..(1() for 1,'ren.se.-. 'from die
l-d'h t.f September to the first of Oc-toln-r,
ac((ii;diug to a report tiled liy
Came Viarden !. (', Plott,
Mr, I'lot't . ,-tatcd I hat in-lica! ion-'
ware that an eipial number of dicen-es
would, be sid;.l within the next, thirty
day-, lie tiloi report ed t h.al I h num-b'o-
(' hunter-- l hi., yeai- d far aheaol
(f 'tho-e jn recent year . Rei.r!.J
corning in are tdi-'rt. a .huge iiiiiiider of
squirrel-: i"1 one ri-a.son -for Ihe -nrini-bio-.
Boys Attend The
Tenn. State Fair
.'hi : 'rilin,-;l.-iy. morning,: September
1 , t Id) I y-one boys of the Fiiit's Creek
and Clyde High Schools left bv. truck
for thi- " Tennessee Si a '. c gl-'air at
Xa.-hville. They were accompanied
h-" W. I.. Fitzgerald, teacher, of vn--asion.
!. agriculture in the . two
-rhoo's, ..Mtrk Fiergurou, of Fines
Creek, who drove the; truck, X. V.
Ferguson,, of F'ines Creek .. 'and. -Ruf us.
f. inland, of Clyde..
'Friday and Saturday were spent
.it the fair, the. return, irip being
"tad" on Sunday.
This, trip was very' instructive, as
well as enjoyable to the . boys since
this f' ir is one of the outstanding
state fairs in the. South.
Approximately 20,000 people visat-
ed, the fair ground on Friday and a
much, larger crowd attended . the auto
Th(. most notable horse show in
Tennessee fair history, took, place
.- , H 1
in. the coliseum: including jooo.-o.
the greatest Arabian horse show in
the United States this. year. These
horses were brought from several
foreign countries, including - Arabia
and Etrvpt. Featured at wis snow
was. the exhibition of Al Mashoor,
one of the finest Arabian stallions m
iW wnrhf. a milk-white horse form
erly belongintr to a descendant of
Mohammed Ali, ; who dived in the
Syrian desert. Al Mashoor. had not
been shown at any other fair.
Outstanding, too, were the sheep,
beef cattle, and dairy cattle; shown,
there being a large . number exhib
ited from other states. ' - 'I
Rev. .1. W. Canip'cc'd. co, w.ho was',
born a't.l r, ;i:v,i in H.ix wed cainty.l
w s '.killed when .-truck !-, ., tram last ;
Ve.iiH -il ly afli incoi ;i; Stoneville,
lit iu'ckingluim county .
Finn :a! m-i v:,-, . w, :-,do Friday
in Hunccmbo c.-;in:y a; ;,. Acton
M.i-thodist i bin ell. with : i:c llcv. T.
1 J. ' don and the Idi . T. A. Crtec.
A-ii.-vil'ie, c.tliciat iiiir.
1 '(' lCI-'.O' ; Mil iy ,.,) ),v . !,
i.-'i 'it''-. Mr-, d. F. U :: . A-'ic
' M: . d iron Ca--:a.l, of l. n
': '" X. i'.. c.n 1 Mi-. Id. 1 1 r; lliintb-v . 1
- ' c-i..,: . ('.. and oil- - n. Wd
! -' -'."'' i ". -I r., ,!' Site;,. Mdc. and
!'- :: I : : . C. 1'. ef h-!.;d -, W:
I . el V- - d!e. T. I , . I !', ":. oi.'
an i !'i - i -.- I-'. I '.nrobi d ,-;' t a':t- o. and
! Three Tents of Exhibits Are
oecretarv ot b air J ai -ranged, special
- 'X I
. I. SMI I II
era Artist To
Appear In Concert
Here Monday Eve,
The Woman's Club will present Hi
concei t op Monday evening--' October
Hie 7th. in the .Methodist .church,
I'dda Vettori. ili alnat ic soprano, of the
Met'.roptdi'ian 0n'ra Compi.ui.v, and
William II. Ziiiiinei nian, dr., iiiiinist,
Miss Vettol i haK In i n ('iigaueo tin
the. tenth sensiai by flu-' M et ropoli mil
Opera Company, ninl is recogni'.ed a
one of the grealesi singing actio ses
of this generation. Her inlerpicia:
five-ability is unexcelled. : She. ha a
most engaging per.-onality . and liic
audience is with her Irom the mo
ment of her entry .on. the iage.
The following in- tbc iiiogiain I-h i
will be preselil cd I A groiin of ,.-ng-ii
Miss 'ettoii, a "Thank, be to
. (Ill r - t ,
God." I Mokel'soll,' ( ..iy l
".Minor a 'nil .Maim." Sinn - , . I
( (-'li-n.' -e Love l.y t ie I, I land , d -"Shoe.-,"
Manninc ' "id A : tlx
N;trk .Ktl.nl',.' Gaul. f:; " (domhei 1 a,"
I ! ti vi- I'eccia ; A - no . ..!. ''I he
l-'oiiiiiain," by Godov.-1,;, , by illiai'i
1 1 . '. i in inerit'.H ii, ! . : ' a ! la ba n -1 a,
Mduniell) Itizel in '- ' time, by Ml-"
ettori; Piano -solo, " anzoiia," b
l.is.l;- And nii'iib r, grooip of -mg- by
Md- d Vet t,,!-i,. i ire in' ling 1 to- f-diov.m-: :
;,-' 'Cloud , ' b Chaile;. b !'am
i M '..una," d.coagiii, c "llu It a-
bye II l'l'.," I t 1 In- . ,i-,-"Tbe I'ddt'ei
ing I s 1 1 .-'-. ..' ' Kiannr, "I'a.n." .U'
J an,: f , l.itt'e' Solic," V...-'.-; Ilie
Last Riles Held
Saturday For An s.
K vents Kach Day
i Final jiiepa : atiou- arc being made
tor a much larger Hayivood ( outily
Fa;r than was hid la-t yiar, altludigii
last year's fair was a succes- from
e'.ciy .itiitle. There will hi' coii-i.icr-ab!e
more exhibits on hand when the
fa ir opt'.'ls nt xl Tuesday morning, tie
coiiluig to Socielary W. l'l. Smith,
who has he, ti cheeking up on them
for !l;c p.o week.
in fai t, the exhibits will be i hough
it,' wini ant a thud tent to be erected,
;n-ti.id . oi' ihe legular two :.- u-cu
la-; yea r. t'lie (cut wild he I or crop
ixinlnl-. ,-huh ,i coo.l :, jn-' work. 'etc.
I he -0, 0'id tent will be for lic--iock,
a nd ' o': - j . win 'e I he I bird
w idhe foi iiida.-tri.il and met nautili
exhibits. Tile tent- wii! arrive here .eitlni
l-'riigy in- Sal ui day, and workmen to
begin iiiinieiliatly biii'tling -.lii-l v i -and
pells for the dill'eretlt exillblt-.
The (oil I s: will be icady to receive ex
bibits mi . .Monday, ai.d nil i xhiioi
niu-i be in plaee by ten o'clock Tues
day, according le tin- fair ollicia!-.
The fair, will foiinallv open at tioon
! Tue.-ila v and con! in ue t lining I r Sat
urday. , ndiilg late Saturday night.
Krau.s'e (in-alei- Shows will pro
v'iile the niid-wViy attraction-, and
the -anio tlirilling fioo act a. tagcl
last year will lie given twice daily.
The six people performing th:-- ac!
arc lilted as one of llu- be.-i troup
of trapese artists .in , the country.
Their stunts n-,, year thrilled liim
dreds. Till teiil- of the ..-how.-, and the
exhihitoti tents will be mi arranged
mi a- to fonii a wall aiound ihe fair
groiuiiK, and the only opening will -be
the gale. Persons trying to fc
in iini U-1' the t'epU w ill Lki ly' get -into,
a "jam,' it was -saiil by an ollicial.
The fair will be on (he lot. -adjoining
the Belle Meade Playground- and
alionls plenty of parking space, and
in tin-: event of lain Will not make
walking un pie :i ii I . as the lot drains
Miiicldy. The hi! I- ji-t a few; feet
oil' Ii"-h i L'dnyay , and 1-; i.-iily reaehed,
'Idle fair oilh'ia!, have ;n ritllged for
more than i-diMi m pr. ininm - to be
given away, and tiii , t - get her w 1 1 h
niiicli j ii-1-1 ma 1 wink on the paid of
the fair olih i : I .and pnbdeity i-. ic
sponsible I'm- idle largo exhibj.!,, lllat
will I-,:.' how-n.
Tin- ex lido! w ill bo mm e . i ban
"t'll 'm! ;!.::o e of la. ! year, l( w:.
, I at id, a lid tlie -itlemlanre thi, year
-iioiiid fat -urpa - lira! of ji-t year.
t:ie il.iy la t year line at ! I'lidance
aiiioiinti il In over 'd.nild -paid adnii--sioll--..
Guard wdl'l in; :nn hainl ,at the ex
liibitinii ' i'-i' day .'trol night; jo pro
1 1 : tin ;.- and '-I. exhibit .. dlie.dier
ill' -lei '-. i :, 1 tii i i, : ha; a - un-d fair olli-
at 1 '
i r husi
lived . 'in
fole ( OtlU
-,ee for a
Mr-. .1. P. Kuykeiida!
In r home in Ha.i'lvvooil
W' liiiesday Ili ghU She
M i s. Kuykcndal! . w.-i-
Puiieonibe county a nd
llazeiwood for 'l'l year
ing here be 'lived in
nu tube r -if vi a ' - 1 1
ii- in 1 :'-'.
Sui viyihg are four sons. John (;., of
( 'incir.nat i, Ohio, Wade, . df Black
.Mountain. F. E., (if Hazel wood, and
Chailos; of Saniiiset, Fla.;, five daugh
ters, Mrs. J, R. .McElroy .Hazelwood,
Mrs. W. T. (iuei-ii, Hazelwood, Mi.-.
Thomas Elliott, dof Old Fort, 'Mrs.
John Bell, of Briol.. and Mis. T. T.
Muse, of Allen's -('.reek, .'near here,
Mrs. KuykendallVwas a member of
the Baptist church.: The funeral ser
vices wotc conducted at the Baptist
church Saturday and burial made in
tli'-in Hill cemetery.. Officiating min-iter.-
were the Rev. J.M. Woodard,
pastor of.: the Hazelwood , Baptist
church the Rev, O. C. Lundrum, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, i-.nd the
Rev. William Pruitt, retired Baptist
minister of Waynesville;
-I i ;. - .-Login'!.
1 oed- r will
: a t t he gi ouild s al ii
he tiilicei's . if noodi
Ii -' inalntiiinei
wi'l a! o ha
! ail tinii
r, and -. .
I ha I (In y woiilif see
tigtiih tliiee.yeai-, alt
"olli. i.'ill v". oik. rated
r on duty will
(-in -, j; v, a. sa i"i
n .nihil . siioir-oi-ed
h n d'-'i- I ou'.
the fair Ihrotigh
ough the fair is
li full r t he Hav-
wood (lurtity rair. As-iciati()tr.
The admission charges will be ten
eetits for children under twelve and
twenty-five; cents for: .alb over, that
. .Special events have been an an.gc I
for each day of the fair, and this is,
believed will I'dd considerable interest.
. Tuesday will be Set'-.'.- aside as a
special pie-.-diowing iif the cattle that ,
will iie entered in .the 1'at Stock Show
ip Asheville on Wednesday... The cat
tle will be (in exhibit from ten T.ues- '
day morning until .about two iii the;
Wednesday will be school day. The
schools of thp county will close f or
the day, ant! all school children v.'i.ll be
admitted free. Flveiy school; has been
reciuested to have at
monica team to enter
as i one- har-
the contest at
Legion To Meet
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The local post of the American
Legion will hold their regular month
ly meeting on next Tuesday night, Oc
tober 8th, at 7:30 p. m. at the mayor's
court room, over the fire station.
Special entertainment is being ar
ranged by a committee for the meet
ing, and a large attendance is desired.
ten o'clock." i, Se
that- theii' d tcani-
: .At -id') in the afternoon the e'e
me.ntary schools will give stunts... This,
feature promises to he very entertain-,
ing, : anil, prizes will be awarded to
the winning teams.
The school dav will not end until
the scries of dances to be given by
the high schools of the countv.at
eigljt o'di'k. The Waynesville,
school will give a square dance ; Beth-.
el the old Virgin i." ri-el : Fines Creek ,
a Swedish (idnce, . and Clyde the old
Virginia rc-ol. Prizes .will be given to
the wittners of the dance team. .
The choirs r.f . the. county will .stage:
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