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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1
MRS. GEORGE BALL
Last rites were conducted for Mrs.
Mcllie Ball, wife of George Ball, on
Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock at
the Ball residence on the Balsam road.
Mrs. Ball died at 11 o'clock on Sun
day morning in the Haywood County
Hospital, where she had gone for
treatment. The Rev. J. G. Huggin,
Jr., pastor of the First Methodist
church officiated. Burial was in
Active pallbearers were: R. V. Ball,
J. B. Ball, James Ball, Colman Tur
pin, Roy Nichols, and Will Godfrey.
Mrs. Ball was a native of this coun
ty and was born on June the 19th,
1869 at Crabtree, She was greatly
beloved by her family and friends.
She had been a member of the First
Hay Fever and
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more SK.21V1. wi.h a record 0 unusual
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Bring us your children's shoes
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M RS. LEON'A DUCKKTT. Mgr.
NEXT TO WESTERN-UNION
Methodist church for the past ten
Surviving are her husband, George
A. Ball, three step sons, R. B. Ball,
Bryant Ball, and Rufus Ball, and
two step daughters, Mrs. Jane Wilson,
of Durham and Mrs. Avery Bryson,
of Sedro, Washington.
The Massie Funeral Home had
charge of the funeral arrangements.
MRS. JAMES MASSEY
Funeral services were conducted on
Monday afternoon at three o'clock at
the Massie Funeral Home for Mrs.
Ruth Owen Massey, o7, wife of the
late James Massey, who died at her
home on Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock, her death due to a stroke of
paralysis. The Rev. J. S. Hopkins,
pastor of the First Baptist church,
officiated, and burial was in Green
The following served as pallbearers:
Hurst Burgin, Bizz Phillips, Frank
Battle, Bradford Mehaffey, Sam
Kelley, and E. T. Sawyer.
Mrs. Massey was a native of
Tennessee and was born on March the
She is survived by the following
children: Three daughters, Mrs. H. H.
Collins, of Clyde, Miss Kate Massey,
Waynesville, and Mrs. C. E. Clark, of
Crabtree, and six sons, Z. L. Massey,
of Waynesville, George Massey, of
Hendersonville, Philmore Massey, of
Hazelwood, Vernon Massey, of Cali
fornia, Walter Massey, of Waynes
ville, and Wade Massey, of Murphy.
Massie Funeral Home was in charge
of the funeral arrangements.
MRS. JAMES A. GWYN
Last rites will be conducted this
morning at 11 o'clock from the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir
Gwyn, for the former's sister-in-law,
Mrs. James A. Gwyn, of Wilmington,
Del., who died in a hospital of that
city on Tuesday morning.
The Rev. George Hammond, pastor
of the Presbyterian church of Can
ton, assisted by Dr. R. P. Walker,
pastor of the local Presbyterian
church, will officiate. Burial will be
in Green Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Gwvn was the wife of James
A. Gwyn, of Wilmington, Del, son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gwyn,
of Springdule, of this county. James
A. Gwyn formerly resided in Ashe
ville, having taught for a. few years
in the old Binham school for boys.
For the past several years he has
made his home in Wilmington, where
he is an official of the Dupont Company.
DR. D. W. DANIEL
Set For 13th At
Bethel H. School
Dr. D. W. Daniel, Of Clemson
College, Will Make Principal
Address Of Day
One of the South's most entertain
ing wits Dr. D. W. Daniel, dean of
the school of General Science at Clem
son College will be the principal
speaker at the third annual Haywood
county Farmers Federation picnic to
be held Saturday, August 1.'!, at Bethel
Dr. Daniel not only is noted as a
speaker who keeps his audience in
almost constant laughter, but he also
is well versed in agriculture and is
thoroughly familiar with the prob
lems of the Southern farmer.
"I think we are most fortunate in
being able to have Dr. Daniel on our
program for the Haywood county
picnic," commented James G. K. Mc
Clure, Federation president. "He is
widely in demand as a speaker. Once
before he has spoken at a Federation
picnic-' nd never have we had a
speaker who proved more popular.
He combines the rare ((uality of be
ing able to entertain and inspire his
audience, at the same time putting
a lot of good common sense into his
An unusually large attendance is
Iron Duff Water
shed Farm Tour j
Set For Tenth;
The second annual Iron Duff Wa
tershed tour will be held Wednesday,
August 10. The route the tour will
follow was worked out by a committee
appointed by Jarvis Chambers, chair-,
man of the watershed. The commit- j
tee is composed of Mrs. T. C. Davis, j
Mrs. Grady Davis, F. D. Bradshaw,
Guy Chambers. I
They, with representatives of the
extension service of Haywood county,
are working out the details of the
J. F. Criswell, farm management
specialist from N. C. State College,
will be the principle speaker on the
program which will be held after
hinrh. At the noon hour dinner will
be spread together at the Iron Duff
school building. The Crabtree string
band will provide music for .!.e pro
gram. I The Iron Duff watershed tour that
expected at the picnic by Vance A.
Browning, the Federation's educa
tional director, who said he already
has received reports from various
sections of the country indicating
more interest than usual in this
Mr. McClure also will speak, out
lining the work and purposes of the
Music will be supplied by the Fed
eration string band.
The program will start at 10 o'clock
in the morning, and both Dr. Daniel
and Mr. McClure will speak during
the morning session. In event of rain,
Mr. Browning announced the picnic
will be held in the school building.
After a picnic dinner at noon there
will be races and contests for young
and old and, from 2 to 4 o'clock, a
singing convention. Prizes will be
awarded to all winners of contests.
During the singing convention the
Rev. Dumont Clarke, director of the
Federation's religious department,
will speak briefly on the Lord's Acre
Although the picnic is sponsored by
the Federation, it is open, Mr. Brown
ing announced, to all who are inter
ested in attending. The Federation
will serve, watermelons and lemon
ade, but those attending are expected
to bring their own lunches.
One of the features of the picnic
will be the making of motion pictures
which Mr. 'Browning plans to show
later in the year at community .meet'
1 ings to be held in the county.
was held last "year was a success, and
it is hoped that the tour this year will
be even a greater success.
Tour will form at Iron Duff school
9:00 a. ro. start on tour; arrive at
Fred Ferguson's tobacco.
9:20 leave Fred Fergusonfe.
9:30 arrive at Joe A. Chambers',
hydraulic ram demonstration.
10:00 leave Joe A. Chambers'.
10:10 arrive at W. C. Welch's dairy
10:25 leave W. C. Welch's.
10:35 arrive at Mrs. J. S. Davis',
beef cattle, lime demonstration.
11:00 leave Mrs. J. S. Davis'.
11:10 arrive at Guy Chambers', lime
11:30 arrive at L. B. Brown's, for
12:00 M leave L. B. Brown's.
m. arrive at Iron Duff
school building. Dinner on ground,
2:00 leave Iron Duff
2:15 arrive at C. B
2:30 leave C. B. ( ,
2:50 arrive at F.
oil and mortar co'.iiir
3:05 leave F. I), k
3:30 arrive at Mrs. Z
j 3:45 leave Mrs. 2.
i 4:15 arrive at Mrs
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Mr. and Mrs. Aut;n Ha
j son, Fred, who have bj,,r y !
j the home of the la'v r '"'"''
jand Mrs. Lester p,',:'
to tneir nome in Bruok-V v
Martha Mae Wycvhe,
j ter of Mr. ami Mi' f '
I Wyche, who has been a ptv
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IN MEDIEVAL FRANCE UN
WELCOME GUESTS WERE
SERVED A COLD SHOULDER OF
MUTTON TO SPEED THEIR G0IN6
HENCE THE EXPRESSION
When it's a question of price, we can
accommodate you with a complete
service including chapel coach flow
it decorations and a casket of pre
serving quality. Feel free to consult
us privately at any time, regarding
sums and details.
Wells Funeral Home
Phone 371 Canton, N. C.
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THIS NEW GOODRICH
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Funeral .services for Hugh McKlroy,
33, who died Sunday night following
heart attack, were held Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Maplu
Grove Methodist church. The Rev.
Mr. Stokes ofliciated. Burial was in the
cemetery adjoining the church.
Serving as pallbearers were, neph
ews as follows: James Garrett,
Thomas McF.lroy, Fred Moody, George
Mehaffey, and Frank "Mi-Daniel
Mr. McKlroy was a native of Way
nesville, and was horn on November
the 20th, 1!5.
Surviving are his widow and small
child, who are living in New York;
two brothers, Lawrence and Robert
McKlroy, and five sisters, Mrs. L.
II. Bramlett, Mrs. James Garrett,
Mrs, Roy Recce, Mrs. Walter Under
wood, and Mrs. Badger A. Noland, all
of Haywood county.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th
And His Tennessee Rrown Ruddies, With -Entertainer
Couples only, $1.10
Summary of Uniform Annual Budget Estimate Of Haywood County, North Carolina For The Fi
cal Year Beginning July 1, 1938 and Ending June 30, 1939.
Published in Compliance with Requirment of the "County Fiscal Control Act" Sec. 7, Ch. 161, P. L. 1927
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C. V.Bel, Distributor
Commission Asnt Foe The
Column 1 Column 2 Column.' Column I .'-Column 5' Column 6 Column 7
Total Estimate, of (Col. 1, less Col 2) Estimates of Un- (Coi. 3, plus Col. Estimate of Prop- Estimate of Tax
Budget Revenue To Be Tax Levy to collectible Taxes, 4) erty Valuation Rate on $100
FUND Requirements Available Other Balance lUidfiet Commissions on Total Amount of Valuation
Than Tax Levy Collections and Tax Levy
General Fund 44,845.00 $ 16,845.00 $ 28,000.00- $ 6.500.00 $ 34,500.00 $23,000,000.00 .15
Poor Fund .......... 11,750.00 2,700.00 9,050.00 1,300.00 10,350.00 23,000,000.00 .0450
Building Fund ....... 12,650.00 2,300.00 10,350.00 1,150.00 11,500.00 23.000,000.00 .05
Debt Service . . . ..126,240.00 18,940.00 107,300.00 10,000.00 117,300.00 23,000.000.00 .51
Penalty Fund ....... . 10,000.00 10.000.00 23,000 0 JO 00
Old Age Asst. ...... 15,480.00 1,680.00 13,800.00 13,800.00 23,000,000.00 .06
Aid to Dep. Children . . 5,920.00 1,320.00 4,600.00 4,600.00 23,000,000.00 .02
Welfare Dept 8,460.00 1,560.00 6,900.00 6,900.00 23,000,000.00 .03
Capital Outlay ....... 11,132.00 . 9,485.20 1,646.80 11,132.00 23,000,000.00 .04S4
Current Expense .... 28.567.67 13,732.67 14,835.00 W I 14,835.00 23,000,000.00 -0645
Capital Outlay ..... . . 11,170.00 4.270.00 6,900.00 6,900.00 23,000,000.00 03
Debt Service ........ 123,965.00 10,000.00 113,965.00 113,695.00 23.000,000.00 .4?55
Canton Charter Dist. . . ' 17,600.00 1,500.00 16,100.00 16,100.00 23,000,000.00 .07
County Hospital 61,000.00 48,282.00 12,718.00 2,600.00 15,318.00 23,000,000.00 .0C6'5
TOTALS . . ....... .$488,779.69 $133,129.67 $354,003.20 $ 23,196.80 377,200.00 "$23,000,000.00 1
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY. ';.'
The Board of County Commissioners, in regular session, August 1, 1938, do hereby adopt the foregoing as the Budget for
ning July 1, 1938 and ending June 30, 1939. All items being approved as of date above mentioned.
J. A. LOWE, Chairman of Board.
JARVIS H. ALLISON, Commissioner.
R. T. BOYD, Commissioner. s
GROVER C. ROGERS, Commissioner.
G. C. PALMER, Commissioner.
C. C. MEDFX)RD, Commissioner,
T. R, MOORE, Commissioner.