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Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
FIFTY -SECOND YEAR NO. 47
WAYNESYILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, NO Y EMBER 26, 1936
$1.00 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
News Events of
STU'EY WADE RESIUNS
Governor Ehringhaus gave State
Cauital .circles a surprise last week
when he announced the resignation
t,t Stacev - as Shield. ..I
t.,te and the appointment ot
ClnrlW Powell to fill the vacancy
until the expiration of Wade s .tcin.
,.! in Janua y, when 1 had hme
ass umes omce.
I5( HIKING M ANY CON V EM 10 N S
CWrence 0. Kuester, manager of
the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce,
has announced that already 3i con
ventions, exhibitions and other shows
ha"o been booked to be held in Char
lotte next year.
Uioiding to Oca. C Haiku, chad- ,
man of the State Gasoline lernnnal
.. commission, "ctoeu reu p"- -being
sold in North Carolina and the
SUte iS Without adequate laed.t.e
for testing the quality even ot the
en million gallons it buys annua, v
for its own use, much less foi the
hundreds of millions bought by he
half million ear owners m Noitn
M:r,,oo,ooo for anus hia
Herbert F. Kawll, founder of the
Christmas Club, ln , estimated Us
week that Christmas saving club
checks totaling $355,000,00 Avould
be dibt ibuted to 7,500,000 nu mbi i - b
5,500 banks throughout the nation
this se.i-on. It was estimated hat
$110,000,000 of this money would uc
expended for Chnstmas puu bases.
FOR OLD AGE PENSIONS
The most gigantie task of its kind
ever undei taken the job of setting
up social security accounts for ap
proximately 20,000,000 oike.s-was
begun last Monday by the K-deraJ
.government, operating through 45,
000 post offices, postmen took out
formto be delivered to 5,000,000
BUDGET TO BE BALANCED SOON
Senator Harrison, chairman of tne
finance committee ot the Gniuu
States, said in Washington ,ast week,
that the Fedeial budget would b
brought into balance during the lis, a
vear beginning next July 1, and that
there would "absolutely be no increase"-in
taxes by next Congi ess.
REX FORD TUGWELL RESIGNS
Rexford G. Tugwell, "b am trust
er," has resigned two jobs in the
Roosevelt administration. In his lat
i i t tua voft.t.liment aclmin-
as m-ttu ui "v. , i
istration he has been under nie ot
uiticism from anti-New Deal sou -ceh
and from many other friendly to (
Roosevelt, though the President has ,
been "Strong for him." Instead ot
returning to his positlon y
faculty of Columbia University, as has
been expected, he has accepted a post
as executive vice president of a mo-
lasses company. i
COTTON -GROWERS WARN ED
Seeretaiy Wallace, of the Depart-i
.. ..u loof li-f.f.V wain- i
ment oi Agrieuicuic, o. - ,
ed that cotton will be eliminated from i
crop insurance "unless
more interest." At ttie same time he
promised few changes affecting the
South, in the government's VJ.i farm
RADIOS IN CARS
Installation of radio in the automo
bile is no longer regarded as a nov
elty. Automobile manufacturers
have accepted the innovation m the
last few years and are now design
ing their cars for the installation ot
radios. Recent surveys show that
there are more than 2,800,000 with
receiving sets and 750,000 more than
were installed last year.
HUNDREDS OF SHIPS TIED UP
While hundreds of strike bound
ships, passenger liners, and tr?!nT
ers, remained tied up in Pacific, Atlan
tic and Gulf ports, including one or
more at Charleston, S.C., the two-week-end
maritime strike presented
an uncertain outlook the latter part
of the past week, although govern
ment conciliators at San Francisco
worked earnestly to bring about a e-
sumption of peace negowawu'ra.
The following cash prices were be
ing paid Wednesday by the Farmers
Chickens, heavy weight, hens
Chickens, fryers ".
Eggs, dozen . . 33c
Corn, bushel .. '5c
Wheat, bushel . ............ ,....$1.00
Miss (.I.ADYS KIMKIIOl (.11
Noted Food Expert
To Give Demonstra
tion Tuesday, Dec. 1
Miss Gladys kimbrough Will
(Jive Demonstration Under
Auspices Of II. I). Work
A meat canning demonstration will
be given by Miss Gladys. Kimbreugh,
food preservation specialist, Tuesday,
December 1, at 10:00 o'clock in the
kitchen of the Bajitist church.
Miss Kimbrough has had a wide
experiencein foods. She has taught
food, and cookery; a former home
demonstration agent- broadcasting
tested recipes; and serving as home
economics laboratory director for a
Miss Kimbrough has taught home
canning t0 large groups of women in
Ml) states and has met most of the
question that can lie asked about lood
preservation. l ne period lonowms
the demonstration will be used in dis
cussing the individual canning prob
lems of those who attend.
Mis.. Kimhroinh's demonstrations
are given under conditions and in a
w ay that can be repeated by the wom
en "in their own homes. Their kitchen
lu.mnmnnt 1Y1HV Vfll'V Widely. She
fcuvs "Hour many women real I v have
model kitchens? Very few. Then
isn't it important for me to show how
in ln the best that can be done in the
average home? Fortunately food can
be preserved perl ectly under rainei
tivp conditions. Modern equip
ment saves labor; modern mcthodfe
certainly save both labor and material.
IMir woik is to teach the best im thods
wnd practices now known. We present
those which can be used in any home. '
Home canning is a fine ait. The
term "Home Canning" may suggest a
lot of hot, hard work to some people,,
but those who see Miss Kimbrough
converting raw material into beautiful,
delicious jars of tempting food real
ize that it is one of the line domestic
ait Miss Kimbrough thinks that
good material, plus proper equipment
simple recipes and .sound' instructions
should always get good results.
This demonstration is not for home
demonstration club members only, but
for any woman in the county who
would like to attend and learn more
about meat canning.
Caroline Miller, Pulitzer prize-winning
author of "Lamb in His Bosom,"
-obtained temporary custody of her
three children at a hearing growing
out of her divorce suit against hei
.husband at Douglas, Ga.
The hearing was on a crossbill filed
by Will D. Miller, who asked custody
of nine-year-old Will D., Jr., and
sought to prevent Mrs. Miller from
removing the child out of the court's
Mrs. Miller is seeking a divorce on
grounds of incompatibility and menta.
cruelty. A hearing on the petition wil
be held in December.
Miller's deposition said he had been
a "faithful and affectionate husband
and the couple got alor,g well for 13
years until his wife got pleasure mad
after writing the book."
The Millers spent several summers
Dr. Walker To Teach
Citizens J5ible Class
Dr R. P- Walker, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, will teach the
Citizens Bible Sunday School class or.
Sunday morning at ten o'clock, in the
room over the fire station.
The class has an attendance of
about 30 members, and is taught by
J. R. Morgan. The class president 13
George L. Moffitt.
Two Major Cases To
Be Tried In Court,
Hardv Kathbone and Donald
Henderson Will Probably
Face Trial During Nov.
The November-December term of
ol criminal court will convene on
Mondav, November 30. h. with Judge
Felix K. Allev, presiding.
The docket is filled with a num
ber of minor cases, most of them
for violation of the prohibition laws.
in, I simple assaults. Onlv two major
;-asi s are on the docket tor mis term.
Hardy Kathbone will 'probably Ik'
tried this tenii for the murder of
vphas t ag!e. This murder took
place on August 18th,' 1SI35, in the
northern se.tion of the countv. 'Kath
bone was at larce for ah.'iit lii month
before being captured.
The other niajo- case will proh
1)1 V be the trial u' II, ,,,;. I n.. ,)..,.
son, who is charged with the murder
of his father, W. ( Henderson, nea
Clyde, on the Kith dav of Aiumst
" is year.
The jurors named to servi
term of court are 'as follows
W oody. V. ., Mo;ivor:!:iiii;
H. S., lleaverlam ; Justi.'c
f.-r t hi-
! i lies Creek; Burgess
vcrdam; ImisIcv 1' ,s
Aienatfey, . I.. Wavnesville': lliin-
ter, H. (J.. White Oak- t:,-.,h 1 n
Beaverdam ; Smut hers. John i , )ea
verdani; Koi.iiison, .). A., Beaverdam;
lish, (. H,, Beaverdam; Stroup, V
L, . Beaverdam; .. Lealhenvood, K .
Holder, W. Chile; M. sscr F
V., Jiiiialhan ( reek; Cube, 1., W ,
Beaverdam ; Singleton. II. V., Piyeon ;
Mi'dford, l.i'e, Beaverdam; Snyder,' li.
1... Beaverdam; Brown. ) , Bea -erdam;
CaMwell, D. H.. .iot'ial iian
( reek; Allen, . J., A'a nesville;
Smathcis, W, G., Clyde; Kuyketulalli
J. H, I'lgeon.
Singleton, N. H Pigeon; Robinson,
D. A., .Beaverdam; Clark, W. L, Bea
verdam; Walker. N. H., Clyde; Pat
rick, J. ( ., Waynesville; Sharp, Lee,
East Fork; Moody, J. A. , Jonathan
Creek; Williams, J. Ned., Beaverdam';
Thompson, J. Frank. Clyde; Hardin,
W. I.., ..J i-:, U Hvnesville; Arriiigton,
Iane, avnesville; N'oland, B A ,
Waynesvillej Fisher, K. W., Fines'
Creek; Smith, W. I., Beaverdam;
Deaver, I,. D., Pigeon; ('agio, Bert,
Pigion, Medio d, J T, Wajnesville,
Rhinehart, E. I,., Be averdam.
Last Rites Held For
Walter West,29, On
I- uneial services were held Monday
afternoon for Walter Preston West
2, of (lyde, at the Hyde Baptist
church.;. 'I he services were conduc ted
by Kev. K, P. Mc ra. ken, Rev. R (J
Mace, and the Rev. A. V. Joyner.
M . West died earlv Sunday mmn
ing at the Haywood County Hospital
He underwent an operation alout a
week ago for appendicitis.
He was an employee A the Cham
pion Fibre Company, and was well
known in the countv.
The deceased is survived by his
widow, the former Miss Katherinc
Haynes, and two small daughter.-.,
Norene and Mariam, his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. West and one brother,
Jack West, all of Clvde
A. live pallbearers were: (Jerald
Fish, Amos Medford, Riiel Noland,
Shirley Moody, Vert. ran Haynes,
Carey McCracken, and Howard Cole.
Buncombe Man Hurt
In Wreck At Lake
Fed Carter, of Buncombe county,
is in the Haywood Countv Hospital
suffering from several broken ribs and
bruises, which he sustained when the
lightweight truck he was driving was
hit by a large truck near Lake Juna
luska early Monday night.
Carter and three other men, were
en route to their lumbe- mill jobs in
North Georgia, when they were hit
by the truck.
The other ttiree occupants t,f Ca
ter'.s tru.k were not injured.
WILL GIVE LECTURE
Father Lane announces a course
of lectures on the"Ten Command
ments," beginning Thursday night,
December 3. at 7:30 at the St.
John's Catholic church. Rev.
Father O'Mara, pastor of Hender
sonvlle, will preach. All .tre
II EA RING POSTPON ED
The hearing set for last Mcnday
fo- Melvin Reeves in connection With
the death of L. A. Downs, was mst
poned until December Iflthv Fost
pouement was made due to the ab
sence of one of Reeves' attorneys.
Prize Winning Fat Calf
This is tin- ealf o'f Cri'Vcr Aliel. .if jteii'vfnlatn, whicli wen llrst
place in the I'laywuod group, and founli pla.e in the Fat Calf Sha
in Aslievllle recently, in winch over (ill animals ' competed. Tom Kay
sun of Mis. Bonner Kay. is shown holding th'1 animal, uliuli was
purchased l,v (' K Ka s Souk after the show.
Passes Away At 99
,1 M. ( Al.llWI I.
AlllUll'T " n f
I Mil fl'olir. (lie I
Mr. 1 "a ell w
del ale ' lei .1
anks. nu the
Hi Id 1 1 a a 1 '
VtHII'H "Id in t-'eliriiary.
J. W. Caldwell, 99,
Passed Way On 15th
J; W. Caldwell. !'., who was per
haps the oldest poiison in . Haywood
county, passed away, at the home of
his son-in-law, Joe Price, at Dell
wood, on Sunday, November l!fh.
Funeral services were held at the
Dcllwood Baptist church with Rev.
Fletcher Shelton in cnarge. Inter
ment was made at the Dcllwood cem
etery. Mr. Caldwell was an active church
worker until his health forced him to
become confined fo hit room. Al
though he enjoyed having 'the. Scrip
tures read to him after his eyesight
He is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Joe Price and M:s. Hi ks ( agle,
of Dellwood, aril three sons, Jeirv
Caldwell, and Mack aldwell, both of
'I rov. N. (-.,- and Abe Caldwell, of
Drapev, N. ('..alto one sistr.
December 1 Meat canning demon
stration given by Miss (iladys Kim
brough at 10:00 o'clock in the kitchen
of the Baptist church in Wavnesville.
December 2 Bethel Home Demon
titration ClulJ will me at 12:00
o'clock with Mrs. T. G. Ilighlill.
Decemlier .'J Maggie Home Ilemon-
ration (lub will meet at 1:00
o'clock with Mrs. Kenneth I.owe.
December 'J Rock Spring Home
Demonstration ( lub will meet at 1:00
o'clock with Mrs, Annie Highfill.
December 10 F'ines Creek Home
Demonstration ( lub will have an all
day meeting with Mrs. Curtis Rogers.
December 11 Iron Duff Home Dem
onstration Club will meet at 2:00 1
o'clock with Mrs. Manson Medford. ,
4-11 stllMll l,r rim ntjrjMir.n
December 4 Cruso 4-H club will
meet at 10:00 o clin k at the school,
Cecil 4-H club will meet at 2:00
o'clock at the school.
December o The 4-H county coun
cil will meetl at 2:00 o'clock in the
court house in aynesville. All of
cers of the local clubs and their local
leaders are requested to be present.
December 7 Canton 4-II club will
meet at 9:00 o'clock in the school.
Reaverdam 4-H club will meet at
11:00 o'clock at the school.
Rock Hill 4-H club will I meet at
2:00 o'clock at the school.
December 8 Clyde 4-H club will
meet at 2:00 o'clock at the school.
'Fines Creek 4-H club will meet at
10:35 o'clock in the Fines Creek
school, at 2:00 oclo k.
Misg Jane Cooper Miller, of Ashe
ville, was the guest over the week-end
of Miss Sarah Jane Walker.
Stores And .Offices
Closed On Thursday
The merchant's division of the
Chamber of Comnn rce, at a l e
Ccnt meeting, decided that all
stores in the community would,
close all day Thanksgiving with
the exception of drug (stores, and
they will observe Sunday hours.
All otli.cs, except the sheriff's
olbce, in the court, house will lie
closed, aU0 the Iwmk ami post
Union Services Will
Be Held Thursday
Dr. It. S. Tiiit'sdiilc, Pastor Of
The Methodist Church, Will
Deliver Message At Hap
'I he churches ol the town will ob
serve their usual custom of joining
together for a union '1 hanksgiving
nci'vico. 'I his year the service,, which
will be at Is o'clock on 'I hursdnv
morning, will be held at the F i si
Dr. R. S. Truesdiile. pastor ot UK
First Methodist church, will preach.
Special music is being arranged by the
V avnesville '.Choral Club. All per
sons who prefe1- to have their dona
tion go to a specilic orphanage, are
asked to enclose in a .marked envel
ope, otherwise it will go in with trie
general collection that will be equally
divided anions the four -churches;
Library Group Hold
Vith repi oscnul iveK Irom llcndor
t'onville, Canton. Mars Hill, Ashe
ville, Sylva, Cullowhee, anl 'Waynes.
ville, representing clulis of the State
.Federation ttolary Clubs, Aein;i. an
Legion and Auxiliaries, Parent-'I ech
er Associations, Library -board anil
other -civic groups, the fifth district
meeting of the North Carolina Citi
zen's Library Ansoeiiiision wa; c-i
dared by those in charge, a ,nosi. suc
cessful mei'ling. Miss Manine I Seal,
director of the State Library, cum
The program included several illuminating-
talks pertinent to the great
need in the state for library (service,
a display; of the latest books for both
adults and children, with literature
for distribution to those, attending.
The principal talks were made by
Miss Heal,' Miss Margaret Gilbert,
field worker, for the State library
commission, Mrs. J. M. Day, of the
district adult educational work, Mrs.
Madison, of Sylva, and William
Medford, chairman.' of the W'aynes
ville Public. .Library board.
Miss Heal spoke of the demand in
the state for books and library
service, She stated that there were
1,100.000 persons residing in the
state, who did not have access to a
public, library. The standard as
given by the American Library As
sociation demands that there should
be two book per capita, while the
record for North Carolina shows 2-10.
Miss Heal discussed at length the
advisability of the regional library
service, consisting of several coun
ties serviced from a central office,
a! has been worked out bv the health
work in North Carolina. She stated
that the first retrional service in 1h:
state was being inaugurated in Ashe,
Alleghany and Wautauga counties.
Mrs. J. M. Day and Mrs; Madiso
told of the book truck which was be
ing sponsored as a WPA project in
Jackson county, assisted by various
civic groups, with the truck being
driven by a student of the Western
Carolina Teachers College, as a means
of working his way throuirh college.
The truck was on disnlay m the coert
house driveway and was observed by
those in attendance.
Following the various talks tnd
discussions the body went on record
as approving asking trie TJ.57 state
legislature for an appropriation for
state aid for libraries.
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Haywood Fat Calf
Makes Good Showing
In Asheville Show
Hertford Heifer Of (,'rover Abel
Takes First Place In Hay
wood Group; Fourth
County Agent W. I). Smith, and
beet cattle growers, are well pleased
with the showing that, Haywood
county animals madv at the recent fat
calf show in Asheville. lle-th Mr.
Smith and the growers are encouraged
over the future in beef tattle in the
county, and the show nmved that a
decided better grade of animals are
being produced here
The heifer of (irover Alxd, of the
llensoti ( ove section won fourth place
in the Atdieville show and tirM- place
in the Haywood group. This animaP
weightsl UK) pounds, and was sold for
$'..'-: per hundred. It. wa.s of the
llci tfiml breed, and was sold to C E.
Bay's Sons, f Wnvnesville
Mr. Smith pointed out that. Hav-
., I .. ; i i . . .
i .j'OMiais averaged i'gnt and a
naif cents a pound, which is over
twice the average pri.t l.eini' p;l'd in
Western North Caolina for beef
cattle. The average lie i up fur ents.
Over (( animals wem shown ai h
show, ;md id this
classed as good, choice and prime
I'lns i.s far above the ave-ap, Mr
End Season With
Marshall Hi Thurs.
Two Strong Teams Are Expected
To Display Some Ileal Foot
hall ' liefore Large Crowd
The V aynesville Mouiitjuiw will
complete their l!l.'i( football schedule
Thursday afternoon when thrv meet
the strong Marshall team, On the local
held at 2:;J0 o'clock.
'1 he Mountaineers came out of the
Canton game in splendid condition,
and are expected to put up a light
against the Marshall team which took
dow the strong Mars Hill team, iho
Mountained-s were defeated by Mars
Hill by a 2 to 0 score.
The annual Thanksgiving 'Day gamo
here attracts hundreds, and loach
Weat.herbv and ..tWl ti',ni.ii,. r.l,,
! t take ea.e of a capacity crowd..
The Mai shall team is considered
I one of the best teams in the western
section ot the state, and also one of
the heaviest. 'I hey are the champions
of Madison county, and the Moun
taineers the champions of Haywood
county. ' .
On Wednesday afternoon, Coach
Veal.neiby will take fifteen of his
reserves to play (joach Po index tor s
Bear Cubs on the Canton field. These
are the boys that hope, to make th
.second and first teams next year.
Be Staged Wed.
An Athletic Ball will bo. sUiged at
the New Junior High 'School building
i n Ueclmsd.iy (.v runK, Novemtxr
at nine ci'clo k, lor the ..benefit of tdc
athleti, association, with the Hucan
etis, ot Astieville, Jtirnushing tne
'I ho civic oigamzal urns of the cotn
mutnly are sponsin'in- the ball, and
.-.poiihurH have Ui n nanied .an follows:
Amencan Legion, Mr. and Mrs. w!
A. Bradley and Mr. and Mr,, Lester
Chamber of (oirnnerce, Mr. and
Mrs. L. .M. Richeson and Dr. and Mrs
vS. P. Gay.
Booster Club, Mr. and Mrs. William
( hambers and Dr. and Mrs. Stuart
Rotary ( lub, Dr. and Mr. R. H
Stretcher and Air. and M.s. Krnest L
Woman's (lub, Mr. and M-s. R. I..
Prevost, arid Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Two H;iwM)d Liiundrymen
Attend State Convention
J. W. Kiflian, general manager of
the Waynesville laundry, and M. C,
Sprinkle, of the Canton jAuhdry, at
tendod the annual meeting' of the
North Carolina Laundrymen's Asso
ciation in Raleigh.
Several outstanding laundrymen
were on the program.
Mr. W. F. Sutton,' of Grceneville.
Tenn., visited his brother, Ben Sut
ton, here over the week-end.
" Max. Mm.
Wednesday 54 -'
Thursday -"53 t
Friday fil) 2-
Saturday 61 -1
Sunday v 69 !'
Monday ,'S i'?