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Grand Jury Finds Schools Of Haywood County To Be In Good Condition
The Grand Jury completed their
work and made their report to the
court Tuesday afternoon, after
handling some 75 bills, and render
ing all of them "true bills" accord
ing to Harvey Dulin, foreman.
Judge J. Will Pless told the 18
members of the grand jury that
they had done an "efficient piece
A recommendation of the grand
jury that a sign be placed over
the door of the commissioner's
room when the grand jury was in
session got prompt attention, as
Judge Pless ordered Sheriff Fred
Campbell to see that such a sign
was painted, and arrangements
made for attaching and detaching
the large-lettered sign.
The report of the grand jury
dealt mostly with the schools of
the county, together with the court
house and jail, and was as follows:
COUNTY COURT HOUSE?The
Court House is in good condition.
The County Jail is clean. There
are 16 prisoners.
CANTON JAIL?In good condi
PRISON CAMP ? The Prison
Camp is clean and in good condi
tion. There are 75 prisoners.
HAYWOOD COUNTY SCHOOLS
Waynesvilie High School?(New
Building) In good condition.
Wyneavilie High School ? (Old
Building) Building in good condi
tion. New outside doors have been
ordered. School yard needs addi
tional gravel and paving very bad
East WaynesviUe?Floor in cafe
taria needs repairing. School build
ing in good condition. Leak in old
building at entrance to boiler room
should be fixed.
Central Elementary ? In good
Pigeon Street (Colored)?Drink
ing fountain needs reairing. A
new building is being planned for
Aliens Creek?In good condition.
Saunook ? In good condition.
Should have concrete floor in Cafe
teria supply room for a higher
Health Department rating.
Hazel wood?In good condition.
Bethel?i Old High School Build
ing)?Six inches water in boiler
(New Elementary Building) Leak
should be repaired. Need hose
spigot installed in boys' toilet.
Otherwise the new building is in
good condition. Doors to cafetera
and kitchen need adjusting. Kitch
en sink needs repairing. Need new
side door to Gymnasium. Auditori
um roof and floor need repairing.
(Old Elementary Cafeteria): Now
being used for music room. Roof
and floor need repairing.
Cruso?New building now being
planned which will eliminate the
conditions that need correcting.
. Crabtree-Iron Duff ? Ceiling in
old building is loose and appears
to be dangerous. This should be re
paired immediately. New building
in good condition. Leak in shop
room needs repairing.
Clyde?Drveway between river
and school should be widened and
improved. School building is in
Lake Junaluska?In good condi
Fines Creek?Leak in 11th grade
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be repaired. Walkway and driveway
to lunchroom needs gravel. The (
building is in good condition except
Rock Hill?In good condition.
Maggie?Screen door to entrance
of lunch, room should be repaired
to improve rating of lunch room.
Building in good condition.
Cataloochee?In good condition.
Mt. Sterling?In good condition.
Note; Due to the condition of the
roads which made it almost impos
sible to visit Mt. Sterling and Cata
loochee schools, the report was
given t'o the Grand Jury by Coun
ty Superintendent of Schools.
Morning Star?In good condition.
Reynolds High (Colored) ? In
Pennsylvania Avenue ? In good
Beaverdam ? In good condition.
Canton High School ? In good
Canton, Jr. High School?In good
Patton?In good condition.
North Canton ? In good condi
"This recommendation was made
)y the last Grand Jury and we wish
o emphasize its importance. To
eliminate confusion and to help
witnesses who are to appear before
:he Grand Jury, we recommend
:hat a large sign be painted with
the words?Grand Jury Room. This
sign should be placed above the
ioor of the room in which the
3rand Jury is meeting during
Boosters Club Will
Meet Thursday Night
The Hazelwood Boosters Club
will meet Thursday night, 7 p.m. at
the Hazelwood Presbyterian church.
Lawrence Davis Is president, and
Glen H. Wyatt is secretary.
Luxemburg, one of the smallest
independent countries in the
world, covers an area of 999 square
miles in northeastern Europe.
Douglas Grant Has
Art Work On Exhibit
An exhibition of paintings by
Douglas Grant are being shown in
the Asheville Art Museum. The ex
hibit began Tuesday, and will con
tinue through Sunday, March 4th.
A reception has been set for
Sunday, Febrary 12, from 3 to 6
Mr. and Mrs Grant were former
residents of Waynesville.
FIRST DISTRICT JAYCEES met at the Elks
Club here last Saturday night to hear a talk by
Edgar "Red" Gurganus, state president of the
Junior Chamber of Commence (center). Flank
Inr the Jaycees' executive here arr J. P. Brady
of Franklin, district vice president Heft), and El
mer Hendrix, president of the Waynesville Jay
cees. (Mountaineer Photo).
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Virginians Plan To Build
Maggie Craft Shop, Motel
By MRS. C. L. BRADLEY
Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett, of
Alexandria, Va., have purchased
the Emory place, and moved here.
They are planning to build a craft
shop, and a motel on the property
in the near future.
The Maggie Home Demonstra
tion Club held its regular monthly
meeting Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs.
Barney Woody. The president,
Mrs. Eldredge Caldwell, presided
Mrs. C. L. Bradley gave the de
Project leader reports were giv
en by: Mrs. Eldredge Caldwell,
gardening; Mrs. W. O. White,
home beautlfication. and Mrs. C.
L. White, food preservation.
Mrs. Barney Woody, Mrs. W D.
White, Mrs. Herbert Plott, Mrs.
C. L, White, and Mrs, Eldredge
Caldwell were chosen as a commit
tee to make plans for Achievement
Miss Mary Cornwell, Home Dem
onstration agent, gave an interest
ing demonstration on "Wise selec
tion of pots, pans and household
Miss Earnestine Edwards, stu
dent at Berea College, spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carpenter
of Gulfport. Miss., have announced
the birth of a daughter, Delira Len
non Jan, 30. Mrs. Carpenter is the
former "Miss Edith Russell of this
Miss Joyce Hannah who is a stu
dent at Woman's College, Greens
boro. spent last week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Han
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Russell, par
ents of Mrs. C. L. Bradley, have
returned home after a six weeks'
visit with their children. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Russell, of New Or
leans. La., Mr: and Mrs. Billy
Sheffield. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Car
penter of Gulfport, Miss., and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Smith of Maimi.
A revival meeting will be in ses
sion at the Victory Baptist Church
next week with the Rev. Harold
B Townsend bringing the message
The Maggie Home Demonstra
tion Club held a copper worttshop
at the home of Mrs, Eldredge Cald
well. Six members were present
and a number of copper plaques
were made. The workshop was un
der the direction of Mrs. Caldwell.
Martha Sutton who is attending
the Pack Square Beauty School in
Asheville spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Some mammoths kiled by the
first settlers in primitive America
stood 13 B;et high at the shoulder
and had 16-foot tusks.
Earl Robinson and wife to Ver
lin Robinson and wife.
Claude Moody and wife to Lem
Garrett Howell and wife to Cecil
Cooper and wife.
Will Mauldin and wife to James
Kenneth Lindsey and wife to J.
H. Pressley and wife.
Earl Bolden and wife to Claude
Thompson and wife.
Joe Reinertson and wife to
Sylla Davis to Joe Reinertson and
Ernest M. Rogers and wife to
Fred Lewis Rogers and wife.
Claude Thompson and wife to
Earl Bolden and wife.
Fines Creek Township
Lee J. Ferguson to Joe Teague
Ivy Hill Township
D. M. Carpenter to Jane M.
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Building Maintenance Materials
P.O. Box 4 Phone OL 6-8952
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THE SURE WAY TO
HELP YOURSELF IS
TO SEE YOUR DOCTOR
DONT RISK TRYING TO HELP YOUR HEALTH WITH HOME
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