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Frartcis Cove, West Pigeon, and
Fines Creek also are expected to
enter a contestant, but had not
selected their representative by
Mary Cornwell, home demon
stration agent, and Nancv Minton, !
assistant agent, will be in charge
of the beauty contest, which re
quires that all entrants be single. I
be enrolled in a county high i
school, and wear a cotton dress |
during the judging. The event will
be sponsored by the Haywood
r.icviiic mciuuci v v/i j-?.
To be elected at the meeting
will be five officers and 12 di
rectors for the Haywood County
CDP Council. For this election, a
slate of nominees will be present
ed by a committee made up of R.
C. Francis of Ratcliffe Cove, chair
man: C. L. Allen of Aliens Creek.
Sherrill Jimison of Thickety, R.
H, Boone of Francis Cove, Mrs.
Walter Rhodarmer of South Clyde,
and Mrs. Raymond Caldwell of
\fncir. An ttiA nrocrram will in
cluile selections by soloists, duets, ?.
trios, quartets, and a string band.
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ford. Route 3, Canton: W. T. Lee.
Jr., of Waynesville: David E. Mc
Cracken of Clyde: James D. Rhea.
Route 1, Canton: Jack Noland of _
Crabtree: Fred Owen, Route 3; E.
0. GrifTin of Pigeon; Earl Henson, *
Box 964, Canton: Jack Kelley, _
Route 1: Berlin Estes, Route 1: J
Aubrey L. Yarborough, Route 3.
Canton: J. D. Williamson. Route 1,
Canton: George F. Worley. Route
1. Canton: Ennis Warren of Cecil: a
Taylor Ferguson of Ivy Hill: Edd
Davis of Ivy Hill; M. M. Mann, F
Box 13. Canton; and C. L. Sharp, 1
Box 828, Canton. 1
OFFICE CLOSED TUESDAY 1
The county Health Offices will i j
be closed throughout the day t
Tuesday, election day. The regular 1
schedules of work will be resum- ,
ed on Wednesday. I
A Wonderful New Discovery Just .
Put On The Market
An ointment that has been used '
for the past two years bv a prom
inent Mt. Holly. N. C., doctor who <
states, "During the past thirty- |
seven years of general practice I
have used all the well known and
accepted remedies for the relief of
Hemorrhoids?without a doubt the 1
formula known as SUTHERINE 1
gives the mrtst satisfactory relief 1
that I have ever used.'' RUTHER- ;
INE is especially recommended .
for the smoothing relief of pain and
itching in Hemorrhoids (piles). In
many cases bleeding has been
stopped. Ask for SUTHERINE at
all dime stores. (Adv.) 1
(Reg. at U.S. Pat. Off ) '
MORE THAN 700 Democrats turned out for the Clyde Rally
Thursday night, as Senator IV. Kerr Scott addressed the crowd.
I.oranzo Smathers, chairman of the Democratic Executive Com
niittee, is shown introducing the precinct chairman and county
officiats who are on the stage,
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idded to the Haywood books.
One clerk will be allowed each
irecinct for each 300 eligible vot
ts. The first clerk will be a
>emocrat, the second a Repub- |
ican. The clerks will be named by j
he registrars of each precinct.
Chairman Carver told the reg
strars here Friday as they came
o pick un their supplies and bal
ots, that "I do not favor desig
lated markers at the polls. Any
jerson needing a marker can have :
inv member of their familv assist,
my election official, or call <n anv
jerson once. The marker, in all
?ases. must stav away from the
jallot boxes ? only going into the
300th and assisting in the mark
ng and staying back from the
Tuesday will be a holiday for
schools, banks, and courthouse of
The county ballot has onlv one
office ? Representative. Charles
R. MeCrarv <Dt is opposed by
Walter G. Smathers 1 ft b The two
District Democratic state senators
;ire unopposed. They are .1. R.
Stephenson, and R. Lee Wbitmire
The polls will open at 6:30 a m.
and close at 6:30 p.m.
Chairman Carver announced the
following registrars and judges fo>'
Aliens Creek?Mrs. Bill Hem-!
bree, registrar; Dewey Brendle <D>
and Grady Farmer (R i judges.
Beaverdam No. I?Harley Ram
sey, registrar; Bryon Rhea 1D1 and
Delmar Reed (R>*judges,
Beaverdain No. 2?Joe Mease,
registrar; John Chapman (D> and
Troy Ford (R) judges.
Beaverdam No. 3?Mrs. Logan
White, registrar; RufTner Jones ID'
and W. L. Goolsby (R) judges.
Beaverdam No. 4 ? Mrs. Wade
Rhea, registrar; Mrs. Tom Hipps
iB> and Mrs. Vincent Worley iR
Beaverdam No. 5 ? Fred Wil
1 li'tmc rofriclrof Mop Rttarc 1 1 an/1
I Bill Batiison (R> judges.
Beaverdam N'o. 6 ? Mrs. Don
Scr.oggs. registrar: V. 11. Byers
' Di and Paul Bumgarner (Rt
Beaverdam No. 7?Mrs. Carolyn
Plemmons, registrar; Girtwood
Smathers.(Di and William Thomp
son < Ft> judges.
Big C'reek?Mac Caldwell, reg
istrar^ Mrs. Jack Redman <D' and
Mollis Sutton (Rt judges.
Catalooehee ? Lush Caldwell,
registrar and Mrs. Mark Hannah,
Cecil?Mrs. Clyde Caldwell, reg
I istrar: Paul Woody tl)t and l.onzo
1 Warren, ? R > judges.
Clyde?Mrs. Sara Brown regis
trar; Massie Osborne <D' and Mar
j guerite Welch (Rt judges.
registrar; Hershell Rogers <D> and
Millard Ferguson ' R > judges.
East Fork?West A. Pless. regis
trar; Rex L. Pless iD> and Morris
Trull <Ri judges.
Ilazelwood?Mrs. R W. Craw
ford. registrar; Cecil Mauney <D)
Lake Junaluska ? Mrs. Grover
I.eatherwood. registrar: Paul Sut
ton ID/ and Tom Fincher (R) j
Jonathan Creek?Mrs. l^ite Ken
nedy, registrar; Larry Sutton (D)
ar.d Dav'id Boyd (R) judges.
Fines Creek No. 1?R. A. Jus
tice, registrar; Roy Rogers 'Di and
Henry Ilaynes (R > judges.
Fines Creek No. 2?Hueh Rath
I bone, registrar; Floyd Green and
John Fincher judges. (All register
ed voters are Democrats).
Ivy ilill?Albert Siler, registrar.
Hub Plott (D> and J. A. Singleton
? ID judges.
Iron DufT ? Clinton McElroy.
| registrar; V. R. Davis <D> and Andy
j Ferguson (R> judges.
Pigeon ? Mrs. Edith Edwards.
! registrar; Ed Justice (Di and Mrs.
I Burt Cagle (R> judges.
Center Pigeon?W. I. Mease, reg
istrar; Mrs. Glenn Able tD> and
Mrs. Mdble Clark <R) judges.
' Saunook?Mrs. Jane Slnglelary.
|registrar: C. I.. Rabb <D' and Ed
J win Caldwell (R) judges.
Center WaynesvilJe-?Mrs. Jack
! Cein, registrar: Mrs. Roy Campbell
(D> and R. B. Barker (R> judges.
?South Waynesville?Mrs. W. A
Hyatt, registrar; Dawson MehafTev
.rvi :.. J ? - / iv ? n 1.1:?.. ? ; 1..
<1 Jt ncpuuiiLttu juuiji'
secured to dateh 1
East Waynesville?llarley Fran- (
cis, registrar: L. Z. Messer <Di and '
Frank Leopard 'R) judges.
West Waynesville?Mrs. Shuford 1
Howell, registrar; Mrs, Edna ; 1
Rogers (D) and Zack Massey "<R>
judges. ' ;
White Oak-?Mrs, Roe Ledford 1
registrar, Robert Fisher <t>! anil
Albert Phillips (R? judges.
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Congressman Shuford got i
a big hand when he mentioned 1
that back in 1952 then" was a
lot of "time for a change" talk j
and he felt the words were worth
heeding now. '
Senator Srott and Congress
man Stanford snorted a hip red
rose, while Mrs. Sara Brown, j
precinct ehairman of Clyde. ?
wore a yellow corsage ? all
said they were "victory flowers."
The Champion Y. Midget Dance
team put a lot of life into the j
audience as thep stepped off some
fast and fancy figures during the
entertainment part of the pro- ?
Chairman I-oranzo Smathers
was at his best as master of
eeremonies. and kept things
moving at hirh rear, for what
was termed the largest political
rallv held in Haywood in many
Every precinct was represented,
and these along with county of
ficials. Clyde committee members,
j countv grouos, and managers for
the three Democratic headouart
ers were presented to the audience
! in fast order.
Miss Joyce Hannah, Cataloo
chee, was the soloist while the
stage was being arranged for
the large group of dignitaries
to be seated.
Mrs. Scott was unable to make
the trip, as planned, but the
Senator carried her a copper waste
| basket, a gift from the Dellwrtod
I Home Demonstration Club, which
j was presented during the dinner
by Mrs. Paul Robinson, of Clyde,
historian of the Haywood HD
The Clyde refreshment com
mittee served more than HO
with coffee, douxhnuts. and cold
drinks. Many of the "00 were in ;
no hurry to leave, but stayed
and discussed the niyht'a pro- |
I rram, and the eomlnr election. ^
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cold reality of being split with our
Western allies. Aside from what
is right or wrong, we are going
one way and France and England
are going another ? which is what
Communist Russia has been try
ing to get us to do since World ;
War II. While Dulles goes dillying
and dallying, the very foundations
of the free world' are quivering
"A vote for Eisenhower," Scott
said, " is a vote for a foreign policy
that doesn't know where it is go
ing or what it Is going to do when
it gets there "
Scott charged that Eisenhower j
is suffering from "millionaire j
fever" and heads an administra
tion which believes "government
| should be operated by and for
I millionaires, with only the left
! overs trickling down to the masses
| of the people."
i Belaboring the "millionnaire fe
ver" theme. Scott recalled De- j
feri.se. Secretary Wilson's "What's j
good for General Motors is good
j for the country" remark, and
I White House Advisor Howard
Pvlo's quoted comment that "The
I right to suffer is one of the joys
of a free economy.''
|' Turning to Secretary of Agri
culture Benson. Scott said it
would take him "several days" to
lisl "Com in Ezra's" record.
Scott cttarrred' that in .a iv?rent
nstance in vol vine; 35,000.000 bush"
>1$ of wheat the Burrus Mills Co.
11 Texas "sold the government
die idea ... of storing wheat
irider a tent ... A circus tent sort
Scott said that the wheat rotted
snd "somewhere between $5,000.
J00 and $7 000 000 had been lost!"
Scott said the Agriculture De
partment then "signed an aston-1
i-hing contract with Burrus and
13 major banks under which al
most all of the government claims
were waived in favor of the
"Under this contract, signed j
just last July, the Department of j
Agriculture flushed down the
drain most of the rights it had j
to'protect itself against loss from;
what was in the beginning a high
ly ouestinnahly oneration.
"Instead it fixed things so the
hanks would make a lot of monev
but couldn't lose anv it just
so hannens that President Eisen
howcr's brother. Arthur Fisenhow
rr i executive vice "resident of
one of the hanks involved.
"T am sure this was just a co
incidence. because, in case you
haven't heard, we have an ad
ministration in Washington that is
just as clean as a hound's tooth."
Scott called a vote for Eisen
hower "a vote for Secretary Ben
son. the most powerful enomv
known to the small family-size
Scotf said Vice President Nix
on "is a man who knows no
hounds to exoediencv. He is
Triekv Dick . . . that is the kind
of man who is iust a heartbeat
from the Presidency . . . the man
whom President Eisenhower has
chosen to succeed him "
Some 700 persons gathered to
hear Sen Scott.
1T S Ben. George A. Shuford
introduced Scott, Loranzo Smath
ers chairman of the Haywood
County Democratic executive com
mittee presided and introduced
campaign workers and office hold
ers. Glenn William Brotsn. Wav
nesville attorney, introduced Rep
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