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Published In The County Stat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrane
ee of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
$1.00 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
pSLliji WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THllnAPRlLjO lit.'Hi
u.fk saw the addition of tw
., entering the race for eom
i.t ; -M. M. -Nolaiul. of Waynt-
mhii District number three, an.l
, i i .Medford. of Canton, from j
t number one.
:u announcements linn i
,1 for county offices to j
land is well known through- I
, ,.. imty, having nerved ;i ;!u
before, and is at present chair
! : !n Haywood i'cinociatic i o
Med ford is a Jlazelwood hoy,!
the past 2 1 years has lived :n j
. He is the third man to enter
- from i he 'first district. Mr.
is the fourth man to enter
lie third district.
C.of G. Directors Lease New
Office. Bowles Is Secretary
lay will lie a big day in lln-
ii my with politicians of both
"While Saturday will he the
hour will he two o'clock, and
is sill he Canton and Wav-
Hilliard Atkins' Huildin Leased.
Will He Completely Reno
vated In A Week
C OF C. SECKETAKV
Woodmen To Hold to speak here sati kdav Mrs. L. E. Phillips
Here In October
two o'clock at the court
gc crowd is expected to I
K, lloey. eandiilato for
one of his campaign ail-
i si, I in:
I he h
he s.ine time that Mr. Jloey is
;,:iodueed here. IJIenn A. Koyd.
:,n of the executive committee
Haywood Republicans, will he
4 oer the County Convention
.nh school in Canton, at which
i. o. I'. County ticket will
big day. in .every ro
se who are for and against
will he on hand to hear
Carolina's silver-tounged ora-
Mr. lloey Is the iirst candidate
suite .-olliee. to speak in the
'i m S;i nirdav Ma v !M h
i lock will mark the closiic
ir county candidates to file.
a t si -;
Iph .Mcl)(inald takes the
ywood .supporters he will
campaign manager lor
They, have advised
t. And those most insterest
is campaign will act "as an
l.ng to the "Haywood advisory
Dr. McDonald will probably
nldress here and at Canton
rst. in- second of .lime, that
present plans are changed.
t'-d in this.. column several
i that ("Sandy" (irah.im
' 'wo managers in Hay-'
io puss. The ollicial n -hf.jugli
during the wi-ek-r.
.ira-l.iani appointed liuir!'i
d. of Waynesville and ( '.
of Canton, us managers,
i ma riaei-s had a, eonfer
eek regarding the plan of
Thus far, they plan
ers.mal work" during the
v. weeks. Whether he'll
ywootl .voters is iindel i r-
At a recent meeting of the board
of directors of the Chamber of Com
merce, a decision was made to ac
quire office space in the Hiljiard At
kins building on Main street, which
is now occupied by William Medi'ord,
A contract. was let yesterday and
work .started in renovating the build
ing, hr.t h inside and out. A new hard
wood floor will be laid, and the entire
building repainted. The front will
be painted white. It is expected that
workmen, will be through in a week.
itie director also named M. .
Howies to act as fulltime secretary
beginning May lath, and to serve
until school opens again next fall. Mr.
Howies will take over the work , as
secretary of the organization on the
Charles E. Ray, president, has been
working on the committees of the or
ganization, and expects to announce
them within the next week. The date
for the annual Chamber of ('omrticiyi
banquet litis not been definitely set.
hrne.st I.. Wjthcns. secretary fin-many-
years, will remain in that ca
pacity until the new 'headquarters arc
ready lor occupancy.
Mr. Medford will move to quarters
on the -second floor. These quarters
are now being, re-plastered and Con
siderable work is being; done on them.
The new office quarters for the
Chamber of Commerce 'have- been leas
ed for 12 months or longer.
- The new olliee of the organization
will be exclusively for the Chamber
of Commerce, and will in no way be
connected with any other business.'
" vtH al
M. II. ill IIS
Between 200 And 2. 0 Expected
To Attend Golden Anni
Waynesville 'was vxded as the place
to hold the fall nieetinj; of the west
ern dicdrict of the Wwdmen of the
World, at which time some are
expected to attend, according to Kev.
Frank 11. 1eat herwond, newly elected
president of the organization.
The fall meeting will convene on
Wednesday. October -S, and continue
tbrouirh the next. day. Thi.s meeting
is known as tin- disl net "l.oe; Hollinn,"
and will alsii nu hide the fall jrather
inir of the "Supreme Forest Woods
men Circle," which is (he woman's
auxiliary of the organization.-
The program has not been delinite
'y decided upon, but a k-inquet will
be tendered on the opening niht, anil
will probably be followed by a dance.
A picnic on Thursday will be an en
This meet in ur w ill lie the celebra
tion of the nvMch anniversary of the
national oi'iranizalion. At present
there are between live and six hun
dred thousand members in the organ
ization. Hur ne: (he last month North
Carolina ranked third in new moru
la rs received.
Of Black Mountain
Is Owner Of Hotel
New Owner Wiil IVobiihly Install
Heatinv; System And Make
Year "Round Motel
( i.vm; it. iiocv
xv ill s p
Fund Balances Of
County Amount To
More Than mm
DR. TRUESDALE TO GIVE
S.l I U
.I l lit' n
i! u mil ..n llns p.o
Class Nijihl Set 1-or Wednesday
. .Eveninjr, and (iraduation
Niht On 'Ihursdav
first exercise of the commeni
program of the U aviicsvHle
hip IIij;h School will be on Hun
clock, at wnich
lale, pastor of
will proa h the
I Expenditures For I'irst
Months Of ( urrent ear
Total S2!) 1.025)
i I l oin heaihtliarlers of
Donald is that the anti-
' nididale.. Who is wamn a
ijt;lit on ."machine" Kovern
n . considerable r.ew support
i nl i-adin in ist rat ion senti-
. lieeaniH pronounced when
; lowers were denied their
ntinued on back page) ...
A fund balance of $S(!,S01.
hand April 21, in the .count
acordini; to a financial
1 1 was on
d bv t he nv
J. Cat hey, county auditor
j Last Kites Held
i For Mrs. Crocke
issued by T
The .statement also shows that ex
penditui-ctj : since June .'!(( to April 2-1
have amounted to $2fll,02;i.(il. The
largest single item of this - hoiny foi
schools. represent .ihjr $1 l2.M2.!l.i,
While ?:0)r.52.J2 was paid on county
The total npproprimt ion f ihe
? 'Oh , in
current year was S;J
i luring the same
lections have amounted to ?"(),
This also includes (axes back
rues were ViulI r c.,t.,4..
M pMl 25th' at 4 30 for
at l n RldKk Crtker, who died
Frih, HiTvood County Hospital on
f , M-'n o clock, following
w i (,f several weeks. Kev. H.
t t ""I- Past?r of.the Fir Bap.
w . ' ''-"ued..the service;.
frntcnt who in n: tt:o . ,
-o i.i uiccii xiiu t-emeiery.
paiinearer? were momta.. t
hnol erlee club, of wbicb hr-r
I 'nor ' 's ir"ace Crocker, is the
P ff, r,,and wtre as follows: Edwin
- .eortre btentz, Harry Lee
f M- r ",w.v", ana isenuryson.
'rrt J had been Irving here
ir.g ; C two and a alf years, hav
1 he7 w'th her daughters. She
irm,.i.. '." ' me fate Jordan
v--ii. . fir :i, .
- ca V. V I nri uA
- v., flitu nit:
To' If v ou"' KODert Kiddick. of
John's Collee-e. and
L -r'w' of st.
I" t LmK extenslveIy- having
.Vr" i o m b ,en,a ncert piannt.
"a; a Kv-pitt 6 pipe orf!ran an(I
tWc l rf aiT two daughters. Mis
i-'-Ul.- ,c ,'.. '"K'uer, J1JSS LUl.se
a.s 1 027.;. which a Miomit ed to ? 1 !.'!,!I2
for that year.
In his foMii.il statement. Mr
Cathey has also -included an. audit of
the clerk of court's oflt.-e. 1 hi' re
port. shoVvs that total cash nceipfs of
all records, amounted to $:i8,107o,
and a cash balance on hand --f -fl
711.80 brought the total up to ?.V),
81ft.i;ti. The larpest balan e in . the- funds
of the county; on April 21 was for
schools, with over $:2.(l(l0. The sec
ond .lai-gwf - being about $28.f00 fo-
debt service. The smallest from which
the heaviest demands w ill be made,
according to Mr. Cathev. is the poor
fund, with abnut $2,000 balance, and
two months to run in this year.
The original $1,100 set out in the
budget for roads has not been touch
ed, according to the statement. It is
the onlv fund from which no expen
ditures have been made.
This $1,100 is an accumulation of
funds received in taxes which have
been collected for years prior to 1932.
at which time the state took over all
roads. Mr. Cathev stated that the
money in this fund would li-kelv be
used to apply on debt service. As col
lections are being pushed on delin
quent taxes as far back as 1027. this
fund is steadily, growing.
time Dr. .
the .Mel hod i
Music will lie f urn
ncsvillo t Moral ( lull.
The invocation wili'be-'givcn by
II. V. Haucom; the s ripture j-e.
by Kev. O. ( . I.nndriim. and the
diction hv Ur. K. !'. Walker.
(In Wednesday evoninn". May li at
right, o'clock, the seniors will give a
series of short Id-minute acts, which
will acouaint the public with some of
the ma jor activities of the depart
nieiils of the school.
The .scholarship certificate and pre
sentation of the recitation and le.
claination contests, medals will also
be awarded. The .attendance certifi
cates: wilj he given, also.
The gradual ion program' will take
place Thursday, night, 'May 7. with
the literary address .by Prof,' Phillip
U IMIiOlt, head of the Knglish depart
merit of Western ('arolina Teachers
Tin- sa'utatorv address will lie bv
Misfi Margaret ifall and the valedic
tory by Miss Mary Ann Turner.
be vjiphiiiias will Im' awarded to '.:',
graduates by Jsuperinfendrnt M. If.
Howies, after the presentation of the
class by Principal, ('. K. Weatherhv
1 hree awards wil be made- the Ro
tary, I). A. P., and American Legion.
. v. - ..,.. :.-:-i v
N. - Aa ' I -
1 nrw i ,
DIE. It. S. 'I It I I
Of Hand .Mill Has
Been Sold For Junk
2.000 .Tuns Heim. ('( To ItiU
or Junk. I'lunt ;is Oiuv
iiliit'd At S7.")0.0(I0
The fust load of iron and steel from
(he band mill was placed on cars. Tues
day, afternoon. The cnliro equipment
of Ihe null, has been sold to The. Mid
West Sterf Corporal ion. of Churles-
lon, W. 'a , for junk, if was iearnel
r. t i ... - .ii, .
"on u. .. imvi,. an,i . ,. ii;adley,
local aocnls for (lie Sun re-t Lumber
( 'oinpan v.
There i.s. apprdximat-eiy 2, (KM) tons
of mm and steel al Ihe old plant, and
iisinir lorches in cultinir
to pieces for loading.
I It will probably r
I lilimfhs to get tin
with ten or (w
Since ; hoi e
il is c n occleil
cut 'UP when 1 1
nu n w .; k ii
'i no i it-n in 1 1 1
lhe size al if
hal tin v to,,
expell ing eiil
l! is 1
W ill lu
ll. At- ,r
i . n I he mo,. (
in I V are he
Raintf In County
According to (J. C. Plott, county
game and fire warden, forest fires
this spring have been the worst, in this
county than in many years.
Several big fires have raged through
good stands of timber, and scores f
men have been put on the job of
lighting the blazes.
He has not made an estimate, or
assembled his data together for the
number of acres burned, he said, but
it will run into a high figure.
Wiil He Held In
'I'.he Haywood County Pepubli.an
convent ion w ;Jl be held in Canton on
Saturday afternm.n at tw0 o'clock at
the high school for the purpose of
nominating candidates for all county
Offices, according to (Ile'nn A. Hovd.
chairman of the executive committee
Mr. Ifoyd said he did not know (if
any candidates that would Ik- named
on the county ticket .Saturday, but ex
peeled a good attendance at the con
lorn. i:ci, u In n
moved a.wav. .
made of t he i-oir i
"II t lie propert y .
T he dis.iiiaiii lim
down flu- curia in al lie
which ii pe rated hen- unt il I :ie
t ipg about -KMI.OIIII 'ee( of hi
day, and giving some-,'i('i()' inci
who drew salar ies amount ing t
bOO :o $10.(lim pe,- liioiiib. .:'
on will be
in J s;reet,.
1 1 be-r : ;i
The largest real estate sale of the
year took place here tbi week uh,.n
Mrs. 1, K. Phillips, ,f Black Moun
tain, purchiised the (irdon Hotel, on
Mam street; from The Jefferson Stand
ard Life Insurance Company, of
Mrs. Phillips and her son, W. W.
Phillips, who i.s u.s.socialed with her
in operating the Monte Vista Hotel
m Black Mountain, will arrive hero
about May lath, to make plans for the
opening of the Cordon aUiut June
tins!, she told The Mountaineer over
long distance yesterday.
The Cordon will bo operated by Mr.
Phillips and lii.s wife,
"We are seriously thinking of in
stalling a .steam heating .system in,
the hotel and a sprinkling syntem, and
opera! ing t he year 'round," Mrs.
Phillips told' this paper. "That, how
ever, will be determined later in the
Some improvement will be made?
bo the building, if. was learned, but
these were rmt made public, pending
their arrival here in almut two weeks
Mrs. PhilI1ps said: "The hotel will
be operated on a high .'dandard. and
nothing-will be spared to make if an
asset to ( he conimiinit v. Ilnr im.ni '
plans are to operate if verv much like
the Monte Vista in Hlack ' Mountain."'
Ihe Monte Visla has been owned
and operated by Mrs. Phillips for the
past tsixloon years. At. first it was
Jiisl, a summer hotel, but is now open
the year 'round. .She said yesterday
Hie hotel had averaged Umly guests
The -decision to buy the Cordon
eame alter they hail spent much lime
investigating dilfeierif, sites for hotels. ...
in all of this .section, ."Until recently
wis. I In I lips isaid she had colitem
plaleit building a. M) room fireproof
hotel in lilak Mountain, but later
decided In. purchase the Cordon, here.
The Cordon .ha sjxly bed. rooms,
and the entire building- was reno
vated last year. Main- thousands of
Oollai-s- wei'e Mienf on
side Was paiiiled and
inside gone oyer. The
p.'ipi red, and a new
kitchen im; t.
Hi-s.iiles the larger and Tighter
kitchen, a li(l. cubic- foot, electric re
frigerator was installed, an electric
steam table, and an electric: dish
i ashing, machine. l!oy-.spring.s were
mil: in ,12 -of the bed rooms,' New
window" 'shades were placed at all the
windows over t he en-fire' h'iiilli'.r-
llesiiles the impriivemenls name(l
above, tlie nluinbing and electrical
sy-tenis were overhauled, and a in-w
boil system installed.
Mis. Phillips did not. make public
the Price', paid for t he properl y. mid
the transaction was made dire t With
the insuraine. company, it was stated.
During the telephone conversation, '
Mrs. Phillips said: "We are looking
forward to a. s'ucces'sful .irason this
year for this section, and we wi'l liave
l lie In
it. 'Ihe oul-
iblrv wa.s re
Prepared to meet
Mr. And 3!rs. AsiiUk
II o w e 1 1 ( e Pirate ,I?olarv Dirorlors
Fiftieth Anniversary Named At ESedim
MISS SAWYKIt hack
Miss Addie Sawyer, well known in
waynesville, has returned here and
i.s now connected with W. V N C
Cafe. .She was former manager of
another cafe in avnesvule.
j - The MELTING POT j
n tne farmers
""'round .b:Ped hPn
C. nf ight wplrri"
am., pouna ...
Potatoes v '
Front Of Their Store
Finishing touches were being added
yesterday to tne improvements made
at Alexander's Drug Store. 1 he two
side entrances have been closed, and
only one entrance made from the
front. Two display windows will be
built where the two side doorp were.
The new front is of the folding door
type, and when thrown open gives an
opening the full width of the store.
No screen doors will be hung, and in
stead, a large electric fan will be
C.-.V Al.r.KV. Mcrelinnl Ila
i lwiMid .'- - flon't Lnon of a vm-lih-
aeanl liou-e nor jilace of
business in Hazel wood. . .1 Monk
iiejirly eerj btxly lias work that
wants to work and Ix-sJdes, folks
in to lw liaiipy and -on(-n(el."
Wi Ut iTr. Allen, we don't know
of a betf r lio.ist 1h.-it could lie
L-iven a. town than Hi" aliove.
Ve like the spirit.
T. I! Al l l(.I K. Tnnker.
Iike .1 unalii-k.-i I his i- rnv llrst
)ir liere al Iruck (lurilciiini; iiihI
naluiall. I col -oniou Mat ,,f a
liile sliirt. . .however, with i'xmI
M-Hsfiiifi. I li.i- l linui ve-elahlo
n.Mtitv m:i; r,i.r:it. .Maim-
faeturer ixmI Novellies. Ijike
.liiiialu-ka "Tim outlook in our
line Miami craft) Is the liesl sin--191!!l.
WlKiiever the larcer hnv
ers lH-irm laing orders sit
months ahead, like Ihey Iiavp re-ii-iitly
lM--n doing, the m -a son's
husiiiesjs I-, assuretl."
It. I.. rill.AOST. Jiuniture
M.uiiifrtoiiirer. IIii-IiomI "No
I don t think I hate it ml lung to
say jn-l now: . ,'m-miIi-s we don t
nei'd so nitir-h talk and more
IIOMIJt V. ( (,I.K. Ac, chant,
(anion ' Itli-ines, is very grod
I hail to cuUii-jio my slort- to make
more itxini. With lonjr hours and
hard work. I iret mighty tired of
It Miioet lines. . .m when a man
once Kt.s into this business lis
hard t get out."
April the ; U.'ii'd n;ai krd tin- lift ieth 1
wedding anniversary' of. Mr. and .Mrs..
Asbury Howell, and is of wide spread1
interest throughout, Haywood county '
r ii -ii I
.o rs. uoweii no i ore tier marriage in
HH(), was Miss Louise ( iarret t . voun g-1
est daughter of Mr. and Mr- W.C R 1
(larrett, .Mr, Howell was the oldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Howell
Hoth families were among the earlv
settlers of this section, and have lonp
been prominent .in county affairs
Mr. Howell ha.heen for years one
of the leading farmers and stork
raisers in Haywood. He has since
early manhood been a live in politic.'!1
circles, and lias held various county
Twenty-five years ae-o Mr. and Mrs .
Howell moved from the ancestral
Howell place on Jonathan t'reek
which they have retained, to Waynesville.-..
Since coming here the family
has made many friends..
Of the thirteen children nine are
living, and are as follows: hive daugh
ters, Mrs. Hrvan Medford. of Jona
than Creek, Mrs. John West, of Wav-
nesville, Mrs. J. Ii. Dillongor. of Wash
ington, I). (.;., Mrs. VV. If. ( orzme, of
Pigeon, and Mrs. J. I'. I)t I ravro, of
Charlotte; four sons, Mark, darrott
and David, ail of Jonathan C reek, and
Joe Howell, of Wavnesviile-
I'iilks On Soil Conservation. And
Forestry Heard At Regular
The Rotary f lub elected seven dire-tors
at their weekly meeting Fri
'. Ihe new- directors will take ofli-
i-e ine nrst ol duly. During the
mg weeK lney will meet and
Those elected were: I,. N. Davis
I'r S P (i, Ii iJr.h Provost, Dr ('
N- -sk, W. I). Smith. Dr R H
Stretcher, and Krnest Withers The
ines.-in ..president W. Curtis Tins
mams a director.
Htard on Inday's program was
Davis (.alloway, a. member of the
public speaking team of the vocation
ngnculture class at the high school.
Ids -address being on soil erosion.
Following young Callowas ad
di. ss H, , rt stone, -who us in charge
'I I isgah National Forest, gave a
few facts recirdi
the effect of forests, nr. .i :,:..
country., He was followed bv Mr '
I isher, also of the forestry service
who made a few brief remarks. '
SAM JONES m iLDINC; AN I
ADDITION TO ttCSINESsj
Workmen this week were building
an addition to the place of business
of Sam Jones, on Main street- The
added room will provide s-orage facil
ities for merchandise, and, give more
space in the retaining side.