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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,
Fines Creek Wins
In Camp Competition
The Finos Creek chapter of F. F.A.
won first place in cam .1 competition
last week while at tny Western State
camp at Parnar.lr.vsU. The other
chapters were: CherrjviHe, HuMeii
ite and Welcome.
Each hapter '.v:i ; scout! n the
following items: l!aba!l, sof'.bail,
volley ball, horse shoe pitchii),', shuf
fle board, table tennis, satire,' up ex
ercises, salute to the flair, tare of
quarters, spirit and industry display
ed during work hours, an I general
conduct of groups.
The Fines Creek chapter scored 'V'7
points out of a total of 275 points.
Camp Girls Entertain
Kotarians And Visitors
Four girls from Camp Junaluska
entertained the Notary Club and 18
visitors here last Friday, with musi
cal and dancing numbers.
Miss Elizabeth Anne Cole, Win
chester, Ky., gave two whistling
numbers, followed by two tap dances
by Miss Martha Verdi, of Atlanta,
Miss Petty Simmons, of Charlotte,
rendered two violin solos, and was
accompanied by Miss Christine
Ridge, of Louisville, Ky., who later
sang two numbers.
Chas. E. Ray was incharge of the
Bang's Disease Is
Tests for Bang's disease most
costly disease facing dairymen today
have been completed in six counties,
eradicating programs are in pro
gress in 15 other counties and seven
are on the "waiting list," Lr. Wil
liam Moore, chief of the N. C. De
partment of Agriculture's veterinary
division has announced.
Testing work is now in progress
The department is co-operating
with the federal Pureau of Animal
Industry in a program to eliminate
Pang's disease, but before work can
be started in any county, the board
of county commissioners or the coun
ty's governing body must sign an
agreement with the State-Federal co
operating agencies. When an agree
ment is signed, it then becomes com
pulsory for all cattle owners to have
their animals tested.
If Pang's disease is found in any
co-operating county, the diseased an
imals are condumed, appraised and
the owner paid for stock slaughtered
by the federal government.
The Pang's control program was
launched in North Carolina in the
latter part of 1934, and in four years
48,425 herds comprising 387,250 cat
tle have been tested and 13,597 dis
eased animals condmned and slaugh
tered and indemnity paid.
Haywood Boy Wins Farm Award
Masonic Lodge No. 258 A. F. & A.
M. will hold a meeting especially for
visiting Masons on Friday of this
week, August 5th, at p. m., in the
Masonic Temple. All Masons who
are visitors in Waynesville at this
season are cordially invited to attend
ROPE RESCUES POY
Gowanda, N. Y. Walter Stoll, 18-year-old
camper, who suffered seri
ous injury in a 70-foot fall down a
sheer escarpment in Zoar valley, was
brought to the top of the cliff by an
improvised rope stretcher after a
physician had given him first aid.
DKOWNS AS FRIENDS LAl'(ill
Churchville, N. J. Jas. Payne, 17,
drowned while his friends on the shore
laughed, thinking that the boy's
cries fol' help, while swimming in
Plack Creek, were a joke. Payne,
a strong swimmer, went down before
watchers realized that he was in need
l'rices furnished hy the Haywood
Mutual Stock Yards, of Clyde. I' rices
are based on sales of last Thursday.
(All trices quoted per hundred)
Calves - ... . .: '....$6.00 to $10.30
Heifers $6.00 to $7.50
Cows .. $4.50 to $5.75
Pulls .. .- : $-r' 00
Steers .. o50 to $7.10
Total sales .... . $3,000.00
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L. Bruce Gunter, of Fuquay rations, learn and understand more
Springs, vice president of the State about co-operative organizations such
Cotton Association, is shown here as the Farmers Co-operative- Ex
presenting Jim Davis, of Waynesville, I change, the State Cotton Association
with a one-year tuition scholarship and other organizations that are help-
and $100 in cash as first prize in tne mg to mane success ui OB.
. w- J Tl i J.L 4 1 n,KlIlhf)QlWI
eleventh annual Co-operative Essay
Davis set forth the qualifications
he expects the future Mrs. Davis to
illtenui i - ' ,
t u: ., i'Ti,n v,r,A Pn-m- havp in the following paragraph:
er I Intend to Be," Davis stressed the "In selecting a life-partner I want
importance of character, education, , to get a woman with good character,
selection of a life-partner, choosing robust health, neat in appearance,
a farm, soil management, business possessing a good education, a good
management, and an ample income, cook and willing to work and live on
"Contrary to publV opinion' de- the farm and can enjoy farm life,
dared Davis, "I think the average1 He declared that "Farming is a
farm, if managed intelligently, can business that must be managed as
provide a decent and comfortable such," commented upon the fact that
living for the farmer and his family. 1 there is something for the farmer to
Davis, who has already made ap- do every day in the year. He said he
plication to State College this fall, intended to guarantee a source of
where he will study agriculture, said income through a diversified plan of
he wanted to learn how to select live- operation which would balance crops
stock, plant crop rotations, livestock and livestock on his farm.
I'RGES "1)1 MM Y" SPEED COPS
Toronto, Can. "Dummy" speed
cops, realistic figures of wood and
paint, mounted on motorcycles, may
be placed along the highways if high
way officials listen to N. A. McDougall,'
who says the figures will make mo-j
toiists drive "more sanely." His idea)
is that motorcycle policemen would
be instructed to ..park in a similar
manner to the signs and motorists
would correct their driving before
reaching the sign.
Have Good Open
The enrollment for the three schools
that opened in the county on Monday .
of this week was unusually good, ac-1
cording to Jack Messer, superinten- j
dnt of the board of education. j
The schools that, opened were Fines'
("leek, Bethel and Crabtree.
An exact enrollment was not avail-j
able this week, but Mr. Messer said
it was satisfactory, and that all three
schools opened without "a hitch" and j
were getting, down to work on the
new school term.
Loans Available To
For Buying Farms
Haywood county is listed among
the 50 counties in this state which
the Farm Security Administration
will make loans this fiscal year to
tenants to buy and improve farms
under the Pankhead-Jones Farm Ten
ant Act. The announcement was
' made by Supervisor T. Newton Cook,
Wavhesville, who has charge of FSA
work in Haywood and Buncombe
counties. i jir. Cook said the counties were
'designated on the basis of type of
i r(r urea. Dl" evalence of tenancy
and availability of good farm land at
fair prices, figured on what the farms
well managed can be expected to
Applications for loans with which
to buy farms will be made to Mr.
",u the Farm Security Adminis
tration office which is located in the
The period for receiving applica
tions will be limited to 30 days, begin
ning August 5, and ending Septem
ber 5, Mr. Cook said.
A three-farmer, county advisory
committee will assist the county su
pervisor, examine applications ap
praise farms applicants propose to
purchase and recommend applicants
qualified for successful farm owner
ship. Borrowers will have the aid of
the Farm Security Administration in
building or repairing their homes and
in making plans to do better farming.
SWIM 45 H i-i i-i,. -
Santa Monica. Cal'
in the water 45 hour- ' .'.r
a French swimmer, V. J'
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from Santa Barbara
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An investigation in one state dis
closes the fact that 300 persons paid
pensions for being blind, also have
automobile drivers' licenses.
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Martin Electric Co.
hone 31 ( hurth StreJ
j r.ngagemeni rings van l-
i justed to fit any finger. What a
chance for the fellow who swaps
fiancees ever so often.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
(Bridges, Crowns, etc
CHANDLER & CO
EXPERT WATCH AND JEWEL?,
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The United States government of
fers its co-operation with other gov
ernments in attempting to "human
ize" warfare, but it seems almost
farcial to talk of humanizing such
a thing as war.
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MATIC ELLCTRIC COOKER.
Is "Sea-Tiny," pictured above, the equal Sea-Tiny, from an anatomical lubit will be located near Mam and
answer to that old question "Do mer-; standpoint. Sea-Tiny is one of the Ropers streets, immediately oa ar-
maids really exist?" Of all the , feature attractions with the Mam- j alli wii be open to the public
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countless cui.oMt.es that have ever n.mn ..aM, e ,up,. ,MM,,e La, .
been presented from time to time, exhibit in Waynesyille for one nay , '
been presented lroin time to time, exniua in iwijiioynu- i..i n.n- .... ,
there has been absolutely nothing to only, Tuesday, August , The ex- , tin cents.
Just visit our Sales Rooms or telephoin- i 1-
and we will be glad to arrange a FRKK ly-A
ot. this elficient, economical househ.iil -''
right in your own home.
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT
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CHOICE LOTS ON FAIRVIEW W
Adjoining Waynesville Country 04
Sale Conducted by
The World's Original Twin Auctioneers,
Agents, Charlotte, N. C.
If you care to buy or sell land, write PENNY BROS.
Charlotte, N. O, J. C. Penny, Gen. Mgr.
OVERLOOKING FAIRWAYS NUMBER .1" a
TERMS 20rc CASH, BALANCE 6, 12. IS. nd Jl
(2 Discount for Cash).
Music by Live Wire Band