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THURSDAY, AUGUST l
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEEIl
m HIGHWAY FU1
Asking McKee To
Widen Highway In
Survey Completed; $200,001) Is
Allocated for Improvement
of 10!h District Roads
Musical Group Coming Here For Sunday Evening Concert
Waynesville business men
their eifurls Wednesday
Ki'Uiiii; IliuliAay !'. from
limits in Kust. Waynesville
Junaluska widened to at leas
t 24 feet.
Their hopes of (jeltinjf the project
through, rame on the heels of an an
lionneenient by iv I.. McKee, highway
commissioner of this district, that he
had $20l),()Dl) not ear-marked to be
spent on !ii hv..y improvement ill this
The fact that the field work on this
stretch of road has been completed,
and possibly the office work, tfuve
local citizens hope that the project
could be included in the work which
Mr. McKee says will start at an
The widening of this stretch of load
would make it comparable to that
part of the same highway between
Waynesville and Hazelwood.
A committee of the ('number of
Commerce headed by I,. N. Davis has
been at work on the matter for some
time. A discussion was niaU' f the
matter, along with others, by (has.
K. Hay, Jr., at a meeting of merchants
here .Monday night.
The town board of aldermen have
also had under consideration, plans
for widening the street from the corn
er of the W. T. Denton home to th"
City limits at Abel's (iarage.
A total of $100,000 has been allo
cated this district, with $200,000 al
ready "ear-mai ked"--one project in
Ihmeombe and another in Swain.
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. . an accessible posi
tion for working- in comfort . . ,
an ehctric washing machine . . .
an ironer . . . an iron . . every
thing arranged for the operator
one could not pass without
-peaking of the spotless house
. . . . the inviting porch ....
he well kept lawn . . going back
to the kitchen . . . .Mrs. N'oland
gives most of the credit of the
plans to Reeves. . . .
i News Of Crabtree
For The Past Week
Joe, (i. ('
Then on to the Leatherwood place
for a demonstration of erosion con
trol . . . from the road . . . far up on
a turn on a hillside ... it looked
pretty far down a rocky path . . . and
then up another red clay hill . . ruin
ation to white shoes . and it was get
ting on . and the day had been more
than warm, but Grace Plott and I got
there somehow . . and it was well
worth the effort ..... to hear
R. W. (iracber . . . of the state de
partment . . positively preach the
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. T
Charlotte, and Mr. a:, :
man Davis and family ;,:
Mrs. T. W. Nolar.,!.
Tenn., was the guet of
J. H, Kirkpatrick Satur
their camp on the Ciabti
Miss Ethel Caldwell s
week with Mr. and ',
Palmer at their home ;.,
U of Southern music, and as vet comparatively new in
the Apollo Boys' Choir, of Birmingham. This musical gv .up will give a. concert here Sunday evening at the First
Methodist church. The program will consist of religious numbers, and will be under the direction of Coleman
t ...... TU.. 1 1, Lute iiroWk Uli l)tll l ft..,- Mr Coleman had heard some 10.000 voices. The press of the na-
Uiopei. i.ie u.... . - .. i . . v ! IU lomdoska.
been warm in their praise ot the periormances oi me cnoir. i ne uhj.i a.e
it would have been almost impossible to have brought the group to Waynesville.
miles from town . . . tne colors
tion . .
to care foi
the earth ,
of soil control and conserva
he made it a sacred duty
Tom Kirkpatrick and
Patrick entertained wi
supper at tnerr summer
the land . . and if you love I evening honoring Mi
. . and it is part of you . . .
what I mean . . otherwise
s would fail to explain. . .
! beth Jordan, of Norfolk,
I Kirkpatrick, of Raefonl.
Emily Siler and Miss Ha.-,,
; of Waynesville.
Va.. J. H
Last to the
Jonathan Creek . .
there is a farm and
Ketner place on
. . . I doubt if
Evans Reunion Will Ho
Held In Canton On 28th
.The- tenth annual reunion of the
Evans family of this county and
section will be held Sunday, August ;
2Kth, -it the home of Mrs. Delia I I
('oman, 111 Newfound street, Canton. I
All relatives and friends are invited
to attend, and bring baskets lor the
picnic lunch. A program of inter
est has been arranged.
.Germany .shipped $711,000 worth
of mouth organs, accordions and other
musical instruments to the United
.Slates last year.
I want the readers of this column I
lo join me this week in giving the
farm women of Haywood county ... a
glad hand and a rising vote . . . tliey
deserve- it . . the writer was anion
the five hundred going on the third
annual farm tour Friday . . . and had
a line opportunity to learn what part
I he women are playing in the rural
life of the country . . . and I want to
tell you they are partners in every
'sense of the word ... I knew that
j agriculture was 'making; great strides
I in the country . . . but somehow before
jthe tour I am afraid 1 was giving
the men too much credit . but, Friday 1
learned . . . that these progressive
farmers . . who are using the last woi 1
in the scientific methods . . . also
have wives who are headed in the
same direction and that when you nee
a farm that is outstanding foi
imorovement . . . you will see
standards of living and home
metit program being carried
the wife. ...
prominent citizens. n this county
... 1 also met many 1 knew . . .
it was a real pleasure to see them
all . . . and know what, thev are
ty of the
. . and the s
loi p around
and down to the
section is always im-
In this modern time something
Wonderfully worth while can be done
tor practically every woman who
suffers from functional pains or
menstruation. Certain cases can be
relieved by taking Cardui. Others
may need a physician's treatment.
Cardui has two widely demon
strated uses: (1) To ease the im
mediate pain and nervousness or
the monthly period; and (2) to aid
In building up the whole system by
helping women to get more strength,
from their lood.
that more women
tour this year than
tours . they did
the cars at the
I was to!
went on the
not sit at ease
farms where the demonstrations
dealing only with the actual
farming methods were being
made , . but they climbed hills to
see pastures , . . and cattle . ... .
and soil erosion preventative
measures . . with the men . ...
they were just as keen on what
to do for the land as their hus
bands .... I consider" it a priv
lege to have gone on the trip . . .
I met many women ... I should
have known before ... they are
tilized corn .
of the remai
its yield . . . being grown by
Cathey ... to the last stop at the
. . anil Frank. Davi
kable bean crop . .
From the first slop at the Weaver
Cathey place . . . where the owner
gave a demonstration of ridge cultiva
tion of tobacco . . . and highly fer-
pitable home of the V. D. Ketners
there was not a dull moment ... at tne
Grover Abel place . . . where his
young sons showed their 4-H club
project in beef cattle . , . it was in
teresting to see how everyone want
ed to touch the calves . . . maybe they
looked loo good to be real ... 1 at
tempted to remember all my husoand
has tried to tidl me in judging cattle
. . . and if I recall correctly the points,
he has stresed . they should all be
prize winners . . both in Asheville
and Raleigh . . . here also was a hy
draulic ram demonstration . . . that
interested the women as much as the
quite easy to understand it
. the demonstration turned
out to be a great surprise
bred person on the trip . .
she had thought it had
lo sheep. ...
to one city
. who said
Make This Your
w here a
lime demonstration was
. one wife stayed near
md was heard to sav
Own your .home before the end of 1938.
Kiht now is the time to start, we're
ready to help you w ith plans, sugges
tions which we have gathered over a
period of many years of contracting
and as lumber dealers.
Junaluska Supply Co.
JERRY LINER, Owner
. . . "Now this is what we have
to do to our land to bring it back
. . . you take it all in . . just how
it is done . . . for we are going
to rent that spreader" . . then
to the Crabtree school building
. . . for lunch . . . and even the
good. women of the Waynesville
Methodist and Baptist churches
who have had such a large amount
of experience in feeding the multi
tudes . . . couldn't have served a
better cold lunch . . ... which
was certainly what you needed to
go with the broiling noonday sun
. . . a -program . . . with Albert
McCraeken . . one of Haywood's
leading agriculturists, presiding
. . then followed the mare and
colt show .. . with such a crowd
of admiring little boys under foot
that it was almost hard to tell
about the colts. ....
Then on to the D. Reeves N'oland
place . . a farm electrical unit and
a kitchen improvement electrical
unit . . ... the high light of the day as
far as the women were concerned . . .
my party arrived early . . . and we
had amply time to make a thorough
inspection before the crowd came
I took myself a seat where I could
watch the visitors go bf.- . the ex
pressions on the faces of the men
made an interesting study . . . (inci
tlently they all visited the plant before
the house) , . . those with their wives
were lead in . . . with the women
wearing a look ... of "Now I want
to really show you something" . .
you know that wifely look of determ
ination . . . and they certainly had an
eye full . . heard one man sigh with
relief and say "Thank goodness, my
wife's not along ..... I'd be having to
build cabinets and figure on electricity
. . . before I went to bed to-night." . .
One would not expect to see
such a kitchen outside of city
limits . much less tweny-five
are soft cream and green ....
which make a very lovely pic
ture and take the eye before one
realizes the completeness of the
equipment . . there is everything
known in the electrical line for
a kitchen . . . stove . . . master
mixer . . juicer . . . waffle iron
. . . colander . . a wood stove . .
with the wood box concealed un
derneath a cabinet ... looking
like a nice big drawer . . . cabi
nets of every description . . all
working units the correct height
for the worker ... a breakfast
alcove . . . with live windows . .
with most intriguing green and
white curtains ... I bet all the
women wanted to ask Mrs. N'o
land where she bought the ma
terial . . . green furniture . . .
cushions with touches of rose . .
then into the room with frigi
daire . . opening into laundry . .
here every convenience .' ... . two
large tubs . . . in the middle of
dollar spent has shown greater
return . . . Mrs. Ketner did the
talking . . . and told of the pur
chase of the farm . . . its indebt
edness . . . how it had been met
.... what had been spent on the
place each year ... a barn demon
stration . . . burned motor oil and
mortar color . . . was given . . .
the house is being enlarged . . .
the porch has recently undergone
extensive improvements . . . rock
walls , . . and driveways under
construction . . . a home beautiti
cation program underway . . . all
well thought out plans . . . that
are being carried out as the own
ers can a If o I'd it . . .the kitchen
also in the course of renovation
. it looked mighty inviting on Fri
day afternoon with its large bowls
of iced tea . , . and dozens of
glasses topped with crisp mint. . .
that were served until your thirst
was satisfied. . .-
You missed something by not tak-
Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
lotte, are spending a tv, ,;
the hitter's mother, Mis. V
mei'i at her home on tiu
ing the tour . . . for ;
is taking place right h,
. . . that is making over :!
the rural, people . . . ami in
when you think of the man'
for these welcome changes
must not forget to pay t
those who have assisted in
. . . the county farm' agent-;
work started under V. I). S
being continued by R. K. S
. . . and among the women t tie .-trail-,
and effective work of .Mar, .M;e;,iy
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in 7 days ana fel-evM
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