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Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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XLVIII NO. 24
, ; WAYNESVILLE. X. C. THURSDAY, JTNE 11. 1936
$1.00 IN ADVANCE IN COINTY
Large Number of Hay wood cSan
P Ta I7M:J.J Of -Co. Democrats
T. Lee Bramlett, of Waynesville,
At Least 50,000
Visited Park Dur
ing Month Of May
Estimated travel to Great Smoky
$t3te Leaders Will Speak To A
Expected Large Croyd
Hire Friday Morning
Farm Day Speaker
ri'tirOU mll fJ-irrir lirn uf nrnt I Mmmtuinc Vntiaiial Purl v- lii.it
a member of the board of city alder-! month was 4f.72o, it was announced
Over 8,000 Votes Cast In
Comity's Quietest Election
1 I mrmm 1
V c- xl 1
gent W. D. Smith is ex-:
1 -j.- 1 - . 4 1,..
a rtcora ai.i-eiKiaiii.-c l ioi-i
k.,.., Ilav program which Ml
i. :ir" the court house here on I
K-ruv. During the past few days,
t, imith has mailed out seviral
v.tr,.,l cards to the farmers of Hay-
oiunty in an attempt to get.
.m out to the grand rally Friday.
He has also been busy for some
with the program, trying to i
J.w.it une of the best and most in-
wrwtini: that has ever been presented j
farmers day audience.
S vera! speakers have been secured j
to deliver talks on various subjects i
pe-iaininK to the farmer and his prob- i
Inns. "Among them are F. A. Farn-j
Lm and J. A. Arey, both of State i
Cc'Mgv, who appeared on the pro
iram last year.
. The Ro'ary Club, it was announced,!
ui ! nul k .'111 its regular meeting h j-i-
,lav, but will meet with the farmers.
f,.T their picnic lunch at the East
The Carolina Creamery is offering,
the visitors, and any others who mayj
be interested a special helping of ice
The other features of the program:
10:01) Introductions and ' announce
10:1.") K. R. Farnham.
11:10 J.. A. Arey.
11 .OA L-n 1. Tnl.IH
lh-jo Count to see which com muni- Haywood Cattlemen, And Dairy
men, was elevted county chairman of
tin' Democratic party, at a meeting of
the preein.t chairmen, held Monday,!
J . lie 8. in the court house. j
Mr. RnimU'U is a staunch support
ei of the Democratic party. For sev-j
eia! years he has participated, in the,
political life of this county, so that'
he ha.; a background of political ex
perience which well qualities him for
the position of county chairman. j
The political leaders and Democratic
nominees are well pleased with the
selection of Mr. Bramlett as county;
chairman, and are expe ting a success
ful campaign this fali under his lead
by J. K. Kakin. superintendent, this
week. A traffic count taken at one of
the six entrances to the park resulted
in a count of 13,474 automobiles car
rying 41,400 people. Kttimating that
20 percent additional people came into
the park at the five other entrances,
a total travel figure of 49,7.ri2 is es
timated. Automobiles from 44 states, the Dis
trict of Columbia, Canada, Cuba and
Hawaii were counted, with 2H per
cent of ' visitors being from states
other than Tennessee and North Carolina.
Will Conduct Revival Final Details For
Getting. Bonus Ex
plained By Howell
Number Of Pure
Bred Bulls Added
To Haywood Herds
:v has the largest number present and
the' awarding of prizes.
12:00 .Courtesy cards awarded fthe
use that entitles you to ice cream.)
.12:1 5 Lunches East Waynesville.
1:30 Hut; calling (men.)
2:0i) Cow calling (men and women.)
,2::i() Husband calling.
3:00 Tug of War (groups of six.)
. 3:30 Specials.. :,
Dam On Aliens
Creek Gives Way
The heavy rains on last Friday
ifternoon washed away the dam on
Mien's Creek, which was owned by
Xoah IT. Harrison, who operated a
The damage was about ?200, Mr.
Harrison reported. He plans to be
:;n immediately in replacing the dam.
The heavy rain fell around the
I'llfre of the Balnams, and came down
he c-eek with such forcp that, the
!am pave way.
fr m the creek for
t was caii . I
Mr. Harrison reported that while
t with.-tivd the. heavy rains of last
r,ter. that he was of the opinion
m .wharf rats had undermined
'omt of the supports in the dam which
-'u-cil the collapse. .
.The dam went out gradually, and
not ilii any damage to property.
' A:'s an eight , foot dam. .
1I. J. Tl. TI ltXKIt
10-Day Revival To
Bej;in At Baptist
Church On Sunday
Dr. J. IS. Turner of (Jriffin, (ia..
Will Preach At Two Meet
Rotary Golf Tourna
nent Begins Sunday
. Vua..ityitig rounds for the third an..
- noiary tl0lf Tournament will get
iwerway. Sunday at the Waynesville
.want-Tv- Club,, if -was announced yes-
O.V l-r. R. H Strcphor i)Vin
f -in VharL'P rif'tha nr,nr
" qualifymg. scores
will begin Tuesday
men Realize Value Of Pure
Pure bred hulls are becoming more1
and more popular among the cattle
raisers and dairymen of Haywooil,
county. During the last two years,;
there has been a decidedly' upward
trend in the number of purebred bulls'
owned by the. farmi-is in this ser-i
tion 'of North Carolina. :
The Angu seems to be the most:
popular type with those who spe
cialize in beef cattle. Two have re
cently been purchased, one by Will
Clark, of Thickety, and the other by
Herbert Plott, of Dellwood.
Hubert Wells, of Canton, recently
purchased a purebred Red Poll from
Ohio, while Mr, Davie, of Soco Cap,'
secured a purebred Hereford,
Three Guernseys have been brought A ten-dav revival meeting will he-
into the county during the last two, gin at the First Baptist church here
on Sunday .morning, with Dr. J. H.
Turner, pastor of the First Baptist
church in (Jrillin, Ga., conducting the
services. Dr. Turner will arrive here
on Monday ..afternoon.'
According to Kev. II. W. Baucom,
plans have been made for two .services
daily a .morning, and evening service.
In discussing the meeting, Ivi'v. M ;.
Bau om said: "BrotheiTurnor is anx
ious to be of the greatest' service- dur
ing these days, lie is well qualified
by training and experience, ami if we
will do our part thi! meeting will do
a great good.
"We 'who profess to bf Christians
need to be stirred to a r:al sensi' of
our duty to God and our fellow-man.
There are so many things that bid for
our time, our talent anil our' means
that we need to be sure that we do
not neglect the higher things.
"The whole community i.s invited to
attend these meetings, and we trust
years, l ne Kotary i. iud, oi waynes
ville. Glenn Palmer, of Crabtree, the
! Carolina Creamery, purchased these
It was the highest) s,r"LQ v,:. i.i.i 1... ,rio nmfit.-
many - years,.. able the farmer,, and cattle raisers
Of Haywood county. State College
has issued a report that the pure
bred sire represents fifty per cent of
the herd. The increase in the num
ber of purebred cattle in the county
Poems that there is quite an interest
in improving the native stock. This
movement should pay good dividends
in a few years, and should be encouraged.
In order to complete the necessary
detail in connection with the deliv
ery of Adjusted Service Bonds, no
ttonds will.be delievered at the post
office, Waynesville. N. C, until the
morning of June 17th, when the office
opens for regular business-. Bonds
addressed to holders on either city de
livery or rural delivery routes will
not be delivered at the post office.
Holders must meet their carriers at
the regular place of delivery. The
bonds will not lie delivered to any
one except, the addressee and he must
be piesonally known to the person,
making delivery, or must have two
witnesses. wh. are known. Veterans
expecting bonds, should, meet the car
rier, at the regular delivery point
and he prepared to furnish the neces
Certification of bonds by the post
master, will begin at '.:( A. M. June
17th, in the main court room at the
durt house. ltold'rs must be per
sonally known to the official making
the cert ideation, or have with him
two witnesses who are. Those who
arenot in .absolute -need of their fun.I
are requested to Wait until the first
rush is over. Holders need not go
to Asheville, expecting to gel the
cash as no bunds paid except by check
and you will receive the same .service
here, as you will receive there, ( hecks
will be mailed out in all cases.
Tile postmaster-, requests the co-operation
'of all veterans in order that
this work may be accomplished exjK1-'
J. II. IIOWKI.l,,
To Speak at Lake
IH ,IOSi:i-IMS DWIl.l.S
Haywood County Day
At Lake Will Feature
Hon. J. Daniels Sun.
Formal Opening of. I Mike Will He
Held Sunday. Special Night
Services at Kig.hl.
John A. Henry, f)9,
Passed Away Sat.
Payment In Hay
wood Set At $8.30
! you will get a l.lesmg ami tnai you Sunday at the : Maggie Methodist!
The average rate of the soil-con-: will . be a blessing. We are 'lookmg!---.1,)ri.-h f.,.v. Mr. Kit'n. Kev.!
serving payment in Haywood county for the fullest co-operation possime M Hicks, and Dr. R. P. Walker we
John A: Henry, prominent res
ident of the Maggie sect ion, -died at his
home early last Saturday -morning as
the icsult .of high blood 'pressure.
Mr. Henry, a life-long resident of
the Maggie section, was for many
ycaifi prior to his death, an active
member of the Methodist church, hav
ing served as ( ban man of the Ixiard
of t rustees.
Surviving Mr. Henry are his widow,
four daughters, M ns. Robert I-'ie, Mrs.
Cary Frady, M.s. John Jones and Mrs.
C; B. Hosadook. all of W'a vnesville :
' four-son-s (iradv, Roosevelt, .Leon and
V'inson, all. of Maggie.
The funeral Services were h'!d
must be in
jke Rotary trophy will be awarded
winner of the tournament, and
nzes to runners-up. Prizes will also
tnen to w-.nners and runners-up
r' :n" second and third flights,
,a'xd Young People Met
For Monthly Meeting Monday
Haywood County Young Peo
Vtv held the June meeting at
'he rie, ?ape1, n Monday nigT.lv
v tKo rI'onal service was conducted
'Folln eue of that church. :.
ouowtng , the . business session the
ke',:prosrr?ln" wa Presented with
ti ?, w.Lanton, Lake Junaluska
,on-, VTiesviUe ,. entering. Canton
h st place and wa3 awarded
bernii er A social hour closed
-ffit"w 'The nXt thering will
at Harmony Grove in July.
A da Moffitt- of Aeheville, spent
ive& y m t0Wn as the guest of rela-
other churches of the com-; lt) ,.,.. ir,. f lm. fun,.la
under the.. 193i farm program has
been fixed at $8.30 tier acre, accord
ing to Dean I. O. Schaub, of State
College.. - . "
This rate applies to general soil- 9 r AAA po;j fn
depleting cn-ops other than cotton, tj)lJJjlUv A U1U JU
tobacco, and peanuts, the dean said, Ponnnrlnc Tn
and Will vary with individual farms, j 1 llllliei ICS III.
The general rate for each county, Iir XT C 1 AO I
has been determined according to the H.JN.L. OinCC I " i
average production of general soil-1 . . - :
depleting crops in that county. I
The rate for individual farms will be ('anneries Of The Land O' The
above or below the county rate m tne;
same proportion that the productivity!
of general soil-depleting crops on the;
farm is above or below the county,
average. ' . ' '.- , ' !
The general productivity of each
farm will be based upon tne average
past yields of soil-depleting crops
other than cotton, tobacco, and pea-
The following acted as palllH-arers:
i Grover ('aldwell, (irady Moody, lias'
Bradley, ("arT Set,er, Fred Campbell,
; and Vilburn Campbell.
A PROLIFIC FAMILY
Sky Mutual Association
Asset To Section
eash Prices were be-
4Ptaildnesday th? Farmers
Wnr-' h.6avy, yni&t lens ani
dozen g "weight Pund 12C
bJ bushel .
. ft. bushel ;
Wutf' Pound'. .
rwa'hed wool, poind" :v:
For tobacco and cotton the rate
of payment has been fixed at five
cents a pound on the average tobac
co and cotton yields of the farm, The
rate for peanuts i IV cents a pound.
lihe soil-conserving payment, win
Four canneries have been estab
lished in Western North Carolina
since 1934. One of these was estab
lished in this county, the otherB at
Murphy, Green Mountain and Cran
According to the Land O' the Sky
Mutual Association, with which these
canneries are aff illiated, $135,000 has
bean paid out by these tanneries
since 1934 for produce, labor, improve-
Uncle Solomon J. Sutton, of
this county, who died last
month, was 94 years old. He was
the father of 14 children, had .75';
grand children and 187 great
grand children, There arc 14 chil
dren in the fourth generation, and
one grand child, that of Mr. and
Mrs. Boone Messer, of 'White Oak,
in the fifth generation.
This is according to Eugene
Sutton, of White dak, who is a
grand son of Uncle Sol,
be made for shifting land 'from soil-) mPrits an(j sunnlies
depleting in to soil-conserving crops j The canned goods put up by these
this year. . ,1 canneries, including green beans, to-
A farmer who takes high proauc-i matoeS) blackberries and huckleber
tive land out of cash crops and puts riefi( i,ave been very much in de
it into soil-conserving crops is) manj... A market has been created in
making a bigger sacrifice than the. fifteen states, and fifteen repeat or
farmer whose land is low m pro-, jers have been received from a sin
ductivily. ' ' - . . , gle customer.
For this reason, tne oean expiaineu,, xhe program for the present sea-
the rates of payment have been based
on the productivity oi tne lana.
MISS WALKER AT SMITH'S
'is, Miss Margaret WTalker assumed her
,V.85c duties as manager of i the cosmetic
... 90c! department of Smith"s Drug Store.
, . . lo Miss Walker has made a special study
. ...32c of cosmetics.
son calls for a disbursement Of $90
000 for produce, labor and supplies.
Haywood county will get her propor
tionate part of this sum.
Each of the canneries is a mutual
association, operating on a co-operative
basis: The members of the as
sociation are stockholders and owners.
All profits made by the association
accrued to the benefit of the mem
bers of the association.
Dr. Pate Attending
Dist. Medical Meet
lir. and Mrs. J. Frank Pate: of Can
ton, left yesterday for Knoxville, Tenn.
where Dr. I'ato will attend the meet
ings of the Tennessee Valley Medlal
Association and I'ost Graduate As
sembly meetine June 10. 11 andf 12.
, Dr. Pate was honored at last years
orsranization meeting being named
Vice President from North Carolina.
The program of the society is unique
in that only noted medical men from
other states are invited to pive lec
tures on their respective specialties.
Dr. Pate Ih also President Of the Hay
Wood County Medical Society,
Dr. and Mrs. Pate will return Sat
Mrs. W ,W. Davis has as her
guest her father, Mr. C. M. Patterson,
of Earle, Ark., who will spend some
time in Waynesville.
Haywood County". Day, the day
which otlicially opens the siinimer sea
son at bike Junaluska,. will be ob
served Sundiiy, June I, on the Lake
Junaluska assembly grounds.
The program will feature Hon, Jo
sephus Daniels, U. S. Ambassndor to
Mexico and "one of North Carolina's
most famous citizens." For. many
years Mr. Daniels has delivered the
Haywood -.County; Day add res!. He
bus gainei) u large following in
Western North Carolina and. is re
garded as oin ilf It.he outstanding
speakers who will appear at the as
sembly during the summer.
A picnic lunch will l"1 served at
the lake immediately' atef the morning
The choirs of the county will furn
ish music for the evening rvi.ee, and
Rev. John Carpenter, of Lake Juna
luska, will lead the '.evening devotional. :
Registration for Haywood county
students for (he fluke summer school
began Wednesday, and . all those who
expel to register ale advised to do
so at once. According to Mr. James
Atkins., .who is in dial go .of ' the lake,
a large,- number of students will be.
registeri-d for tile -uin.iier school tbi.
season than eve.' before. A large
number-have- already - i n! in ieserva
Mr, Atkins says I he i nrolliiient this
year will be 'i.O, or pel baps-even more.
Mrs. Cora lliins,
55, Buried on Friday
. .: ' :-...-" '..' .- I
Last riles were conducted on l'r -day
afternoon from the . -oh n e on
Mast si reel- for Mrs. ( oia -Higgin-s, .
who. died on Thursday, at the I lay-
wood . County Hospital, following :in.
illness of a few weeks. Dr.. it. I .
Walker, pastor of the First Presby
terian church officiated. Interment
was at Flag Pond. Tenn., the birth
nlace.of Mrs. Higgins.
Surviving - am ' one son, James, of
Waynesville, arid two daughters, Mrs.
Harvey Willin, of Fredericksburg,
Md., and Mrs. Frank Battle, of Waynesville..'
Winners To Get Trip
In the amateur hour which was
held last Friday night at the Park
Theatre, the following were the win
ners. In the beauty class; . Miss . fiuby
Brendle was chosen "Miss Waynes
ville." She will compete in the state
contest to be held at High Point,
Wilson Medford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Medford, was the winner
of the speaking contest. He will also
go to High Point to compete with the
winners from other towns.
Theresa Alley, young daughter of
Mrs. Fred Corn, of Asheville, was the
winner in the dance contest. She will
go to High Point to enter the state
All those winning in the local con
test will have their expenses paid to
the point designated for their en
trance in the state contest.
No Second Primary Likely To
He Called Hy Any County
More than 8,000 Haywood voters
trekked to the polls Saturday and
cast votty in what was one of the
quietest elections ever held in Hay-,
wend county, The vote was also re
cord breaking, exceeding the number
cast in the 1934 election by more than
Kufus Siler, candidate for member
of the board of trustees of the Hay
wood County Hospital, led the ticket,
with a total of Willi votes.
John Cube, candidate, for represen
tative, was second, with 4702, and
Glenn Palmer, -candidate' for commis
sioner, was third, with 4347.
The board of elections, which com
pleted its tabulation Wednesday
morning, declared the following as
Ingh men in the
Sheriff R. V. Welch.
Hospital Board - Rufits Siler
('. L. Westmoreland.
Board of Commissioners:
District 1 -Clarence Medford
District - --T. Ralph Moore.
District 3 J. A. Ixiwe and Jarviss
District 4 R. T. Boyd.
District !-Glohn C. Palmer.
Constable in' Waynesville Township
The closest race on the entire tick
et Was that between Charles C.
Francis and Edwin, llayniy for the
office of Register id Deeds. As the
votes- began to cflitu' in Saturday ,
night, .first one and then the other
was in the lead, and even on Sunday
morning the winner could not be defi
nitely determined. The final count,
however, as issued by the board of
elections, gave Francis 4,0.rf Votes
and Ilaynes 3,702.
Due to the fact that the nominee
for sheriff did not receive a ma
jority of the votes ;Hst, there has lecn
much speculation as to whether a
second primary will be called. No
definite statement has been made for
publication, regarding a second pri
mary for the office of she-riff, but it
has been -learned', from a reliable
source that "then' will be no second
primary for county offices,"
In the race, for state offices, most
of the interest centered around that
between the candidate for governor.
Hoey carried the county with 3,2!H
votes. Graham was a close second,
with 2,991, while McDonald took
third place, with 1,738.
All indications are that there will
he a second primary in the race for
governor. In the event that it is
called, it will be held on Saturday,
During the course of Saturday
evening, at least two thousand dif
ferent people t-ook advantage of the
election returns that . w re given in
front of the Court- house by The
Mountaineer and Maitin Electric Co.
The returns we-ie given over a -loud
speaking system,, and a'lso post
ed on t he large bullet in 1 ard.
l-'iom the time the first returns
were received, mil h interest was
.shown, and several ,s ores of telhoiijie
calls Were made into The. Mountain
eer thai evening.
A number of -people '-stayed up all.
night. ; getting the returns that were
posted on the board. .
The Mountaineer and "Mnitin Kloc
1 rift -Company' 'are indebted to Robert
Hugh Clark for his assistance in pro
viding a large 'spot light, and also to
the Pure Oil Station for the use of
their lights, and also to the telephone
company for their splendid co-operation
in transferring calls to two
phones for the convenience of the
staff that .was tabulating (he results.
turned, yesterday froni Chapel Hill,
where they went to attend the grad
uating exercises at the North Caro
lina University, where their son, Mr.
James Harden Howell, Jr., was a
member of the graduating class.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Barber,
Jr., have as their guest the latter's
mother, Mrs. W. W. Norman, of
Dellwood Club Given
Lot For A C. House
The Dellwood Home Demonstration
Club met June 4th. with Mrs. W. D,
Ketner, with 15 members and 3 visit- ,
ors present. One. of .the outstanding
features of the meeting wa the -report
of the community house Com
mittee, which reported that a lot had
been presented for the bouse.
During the course of the meeting,
interesting papers were Tead by the
following: Mrs. Amos Moody, Mrs.
Estelle Hyde Setzer, Mrs. H. D. Jes
sup, Miss Virginia Wright, Mrs. Ruth
Jones, MisS Theda Garrett and Mrs,
W. D. Ketner read a poem. The les
son for the afternoon was on veg
etables The next meeting will be held on