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Volume XXXVII Number 32
WAYNESVILLE, HAYWOOD COUN'Y, NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1925
$2.00 a Year In Advance, $2.50 if not so Paid
County Day at
Opening of Schools
WAYNESVILLE TOWNSHIP AND
CANTON SCHOOLS WILL OPEN.
Possibly 150 Cars in Party Scheduled
to Pass Through Here Sept. 15th.
Next Sunday, the ItOth, a most suc
cessful season for the Southern Me
thodist Church will close at Lake Ju- j
naliLskn when the grounds will be
thrown open to Haywood County.
Haywood County Day is looked for
ward to each year and hundreds of
people from all sections of the-coun-ty
meet there to enjoy the closing
services and meet old friends.
At the eleven o'clock -Sunday
morning service. Dr. George H. Stu
art of Birmingham, Ala. will do the
preaching. Sunday aftrnoon, Rev. ft.
J. Kateman, pastor of First Baptist
Church, Ashcville will speak at 3
o' clock." The congregational sing
ing led by J. Dale SteaU, )jfy 'be a
feature. Come, bring your basket
dinner and spend the day. All Hay
wood County people, regardless! of
denominations have a pressing invitation.
Old Folks Day
Sunday, Sept. 6
i ne annual garnering known as
"Old Folks' Day" will be held the
Morning Star Church Sunday Sept.
6th, beginning at 9:30 A. M. The
following program has been arrang
9:30 Opening with song service.
9:50 Sunday School.
10:10 Song Service in the Old
10:40 Participation by visiting
11:00 Speech by W. L. Massey.
11:20 Song Service Canton Dou
ble Quartet in Old Harmony.
11:40 Song Service continued,
12:00 to 1:00 Lunch Hour.
1:00 Song Service by the congrega
., , Uoo, j
1:40 Canton Double Quartet will
sing in their new song books.
2:00 Speech by J. Bat Smatliers.
2:30 Song service by all choirs by
This occasion has always been en
joyed by all, young and old. Let us
make a special effort to have all our
"Old Folks" present.
Be sure to bring your basket of
dinner with you for we are going to
have a big time.
W. T. SHARP,
A. L. SMATHERS,
JOHN H. RHODARMER.
AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Miss Kslingcr will sing the of
fertory solo at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning, Aug. 30th.
She will be accompanied by Miss
Merrin of the Cincinnati Conserva
tory of Music.
MUs Annabel Matthews of Gaines
ville, Ga., It the first woman to be
appointed as an attorney In the office
of the solicitor of Internal revc.iue.
The appointment was made by Solic
itor A. W. Gregg. Miss Matthew, be
gan work in the income tax division
In 1914, attended the Washington Col
lege of Law evenings, and was admit
ted to the bar In October, 1921.
ESTELLE M. NEELY,
Mrs. Estelle Merrill Neely, 63 years
old, of Newnan, Ga., died Thursday
evening at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. A. N. Anderson, 198 Williams
Mill road, after being in ill health
for sometime. She was in Atlanta
for medical treatment.
Mrs. Neely was born and reared in
Newnan, and was the widow of Mr.
George Neely, who died several years
ago. one was well known in her
home city, having: many friends there.
In addition to Mrs. Anderson, Mrs
Neely is survived by four other
daughters, Miss Kate Neely, of New-
nan, Ga.; Mrs. H. M. Chapman, of
Newnan, Ga.; Mrs. John W. White,
of Thomasville, Ga., and Miss Rosa
Neely, of Atlanta; one sister, Mrs. J,
D. Boone, of Waynesville, N. C, and
two brothers. Dr. E. L. Merrill, of
Turin, Ga., and H. E. Merrill, of Den
CAMP WYACONDA CLOSES.
The vocal class of Prof. Lewis H.
Johnson gave an informal recital
Tuesday evening at the Elementary
school auditorium to a very ap
preciative audience. The following
program was rendered:
Hindoo Slumber Song
My Laddie Thavcr
The Sunshine of Thine Eyes, Metcalf
Mis' Rose Hammond
Miss Frances Robeson.
Love Divine Wood
Sue Willard Lindsley
Camp Wyaoomda, which has been
located in Chestnut Park since its
establishment here, has just closed
its sixth successful season. Wya
conda is rated high among the camps
of the state and is under the direc
tion of Prof L. C. Ferrell of Ferrell
Military Institute, New Orleans and
able corps of assistants Prof. J. H.
Seaman of Warrer Eastern High
School, New Orleans and Lieut. Leon
ard de Nena, U. S. Army Reserves,
who is acting commandant. Assist
ing them are nine councillors.
Practically every Southern State
has been represented at the camp
though most of the farty-five boys
attending this year are from New Or
The chief activities of the camp
are boxing, wrestling, swimming, hik
ing and tennis, together with two
hours of schooling daily.
"Stunt" night orr Monday' proved
very enteresting and a splendid pro
gram given, but for lack of space it
must be omi-.-d.
Medals awarded for efficiency
in the various lines were:
Class A, Gold, Mooie, M.
Class B, Gold, Doerr
Class C, Bronze, Valetx
Class D, Bronze, Youngv
Class A, Gold, Schwarz.
Class B, Bronze, Heymann.
Class C, Bronze, Ynlcts.
Class A. Gold, Schoenfeld.
Claaa B, Doerr.
Miss Nancy Killian.
Danny Boy Weathcrly
Pirate Dreams Huertar
Miss Mildred Crawford.
I Passed by Your Window Brache
The Star Rogers
Mrs. James W. Reed.
That Day We Met ... Braine
Mrs. Fred Martin. j
Hard Trials .Burleigh :
Dere'H be no Distinction Dere Class C.Bronze, Kostmayer.
Kerless Love Taylor '
Miss Nell Eslingcr. j
Sonny Boy Currant
Autumn Curran !
Miss Nancy Killian. ' '
Homing , del Riego
Mrs. James W. Reed. ;
A Brown Bird Singing Wood
Hayflelds and Butterflies Turncr-Maley.
With 50 charter members, and the
assurance that at least $25,000 will
be raised in a stock and membership
drive to be launched in the near fu
ture, the Haywood County Branch of
the Farmers' Federation, began bus
H. A. Osborne of Canton, was
elected president of the Hnywood
Federation at the organization meet
ing Tuesday at Waynesville. Tom
Rogers, of Clyde, was elected secre
tary -and treasurer; and Z. C. Davis,
of the Waynesville section, . was
The new unit of the Farmers'
Federation is under the guidance of
n Board of Directors Including, the
business men and farmers of Hay
wood County. This lmilrd includes:
II. A. Osborne, Canton; R. T. Hoyd
Waynesville, T. L. Clwynn, Canton;
Tom Rogers, Clyde; G. C. Pnlmer,
Crabtrec Z. C. Davis, Waynesville:
and W. A. Moore, -of Waynesville.
Success seems assured the Federa
tion from the start, declare the new
directors. Instead of starting witli
an enirely new business the Hr-y-
wood County Federation is taking
over the established produce business
of Fisli and Rhinchnrt, of Canton,
Mr. Fish and Mr. llhinehart will
become executives of the Haywood
County Branch of the Farmers' Fed
cration and will manage the ware
houses to be established at Canton
and Waynesville. For nearly 30
years, Fish and Rhinehart have oper
ated a successful produce business.
The Federation will not only en
large this business on co-operative
principles, but will build up the oth
er important feature of the Fcdera
tion, co-operative buying of feeds.
fertilizers aad farm supplies to ad
Enthusiasaa marks the mairgura
lion in this county of the Fanners'
Federation, It's brilliant success in
Buncombe and Henderson counties
tras been snatched with interest by
Haywood county farmers and liusi
ness men who are now keeping pace
with the progress of the fsrnser in
looking after his own business.
The fact that the Farmers' Federa
tion members in Buncombe and Jien
derson cotnaties have never failed to
receive six percent dividends annual
ly during the five years of the .Fed
eration's existence,, making it ensi
er for the Haywood county orgnniz
crs to interest the fanner.
The drive for stock and member
ship in this county comes altautit at
tie same tune that the Fanners'
Federation of Ashcville is staging
it's last public subscription cam
paign. The main organizathaa Ihas
grown so rapidly and has increased
its business fcy leaps and bounds un
til it is necesary to secure addition
al capital to handle the tremendous
volume of butiiiiess it is enjoying.
According to James 15. K. McCiu-rc,
Jr., of As"2vilJe, president of the
Federation tlic Buncombe and Hen
derson county warehouses will do
over a million dollar business this
year. To date, it has paid stock
holders over $.'tv000 in dividends, lie-
sides saving thousands of dollars in
In the initial drive in Haywood
county, the local organization will
seek the aid lirst of the leading
farmers and business men, most of
whom arc already lined up behind
the new organization. While jthli-
ated with the Ashcville organization
the Haywood County Branch is
practically an independent organiza
tion but it has all the experience,
prestige and support of the main organization.
TO LIVE HERE.
Mr. F. L. Terry of Miami, Fla.
who has purchased the Walter Hyatt
Superintendent Wni. C. Allen an
nounced this week that with the
beginning next Monday, August
ill, of the Wnynesville Township
Township schools and Tuesday, Sep
tember 1, of the Canton City schools
nil the schools of Hnywood county
will be in full swing. More than
six thousand children will then be go
ing to school regularly in liaywoo.l
county, mid more than two hundred
teachers will be doing regular ser
vice in teaching the young idea how
Considerable care has been exer
cised by the Hoard of Education and
the Superintendent in gelling the
V.mcMiWry of the various districts
well oiled ami in good working or
der. Most of the country districts
hcgiin sessions the lirst Monday in
therefore, end I he lust of I hi-, week.
Alter this week only the liock
Spring school will be left unopened.
A new school liou.se is being liuilt in
that district which will delay the
hrginniug until near the lirst ..
.s a matter of information, it mav
lie staled that the Hoard of Educa
tion has put on the runs in trans
port ing hitfh school children to the
(Hire rent high schools in t lie coun
ty eleven busses that will after
next Monday he making regular
runs in carrying about four hun
dred students to school each day.
How different this method is from
the old thnt obtained in North Car
olina for so many years.
On the run from Crabtrec and
Iron Duff to Clyde there are two
blisses that bring each day about
sixty children to that school. Cen
tering in Waynesville, there arc
four busses, one from Maggie that
will bring from that school and the
Dcllwooil school about forty chil
dren; another from Uike Junaluska
bringing about thirty; a third from
Allen's Creek and San nook bring
ing about thirty-five; and a fourth
from Fairview, Francis Cove, and
liutclifl Cove landing nearly forty
each day at the high school. With
Bethel high school as a center,
three busses are in active service
bringing from Sunburst, Cruso and
(iurden Creek some hundred or more
children to the high school at that
point. Canton will have only one
bus centering there because of the
fact that the present facilities of
the Canon high school, no more can
be taken although there are many
children in Hraiwiliini townshiu
that logically shonild be centered in
that high school. One other bus
line is in Lines Creek township
currying to and from the Hiram
Rogers school me. re than thirty
students each day.
One matter that .concerns Way
nesville township ftuily is the fuel
that the line between Waynesville
Elementary .school and the Fast
Waynesville school has been chang
ed by the Board of F.ducat ion. The
new line is the flow of Shellon
Branch. All children west and
south of that line must go to the
Waynesville Elementary school and
those on I lie- north and east must go
to East Waynesville. Of ouirse all
high school students go to the town
ship high school from any point in
All of the above information was
obtained from the county super
intendent, who stated that he nev
er saw a better prospect for Mood
country schools than are in evi
dence this year. Kvcry district has
entthusinstlc teachers and commit
teemen, and the children are also
alive o the importance of making
the very best of the opportunity.
It is to he expected that this year
year will be one of the best ever
ecorded in the country schools. With
everybody wanting better schools
Henri Berenger, one of the keenest
financial experts of the French sen
ate, who may head the debt commis
sion to the United States.
I ; t ) I
O. It. CROSSE TO IMPROVE I
Mr. O I!, (iros.se and lamilv of
Cocoa. Florida, are occuping their
summer homo on Lcve Lan.
Mr. Crosse has large holdings in
Wavnesville notably on Johnson
Hill. In speaking lo a reprcsenta
tice of the Carolina Mountaineer
Mr. Crosse said that he intended to
build a large residence at an early
dale anil mat lie and his associates
are planning a large hotel on some
sue wnicn covers about ten acres.
Mr. (Irosse has given Waynesville n
good deal of publicity in Florida
and elesewhere and is an cnthusi
astic booster and believes in Way
nesville and its wonderful future.
We welcome Mr. Crosse back again.
WAYNESVILLE BAKERY CHANG
The Waynesville Bakery has
been purchased by Mr. O. F. Slue
be r of Ashcville.
Mr. Stueher has been connected
with the Ashcville "Butter Crust"
bakery and comes to Waynesville
well recommended and exceptiona
lity well qualified to give Waynes
ville the very best pastry, bread,
etc, that can be had anywhere.
Mr. and Mrs. Sluvber are very
much pleased with Waynesville and
especially with th; unusual rush
of business during the past week or
so. The Carolina Mountaineer he
speaks for them the co-operation ol
all citizens and especially requests
merchants to buy home made bak
ery products, thereby helping to
keep prosperity at home.
Class A, Gold, Schwarc.
Class B, Gold, Doerr.
Class C, Bronze, Yalets.
Tennis Handicap, Doubles.
2 Bronze, Schwarz and Wogan.
place, a nice residence with about and bigger schools, the day of small
three and one-half acres of ground, inefficient school is about over
ispUnning- (expensive improvements ln the county. Superintendent 5V1
and intends making; Waynesville his enthusiastic over the outlook,
summer home from now on. The teachers are also, he says, en-
thuslastlc, and both of those facts
much for the future of our
hoMK COMING DAY AT IRON
TO BUILD NEW HOME.
Home Coming. Day will be observ-
Patterson, Councillor Hayeys, Mc- ed at Davis Chapel for Iron Duff com-j
Guire, B., Meyeyra McGuire, D. i munity on Sunday, Sept. 6th.' There Mr. W. A Leffler of Sanford, Fla.,
The Silver Loving Cup for the beat will be preaching at 11 a. m. and also! has purchased about six acres of land
all roundcamper was awarded to Wat, an afternoon program of songs and in Waynesville and plans a new home
HOTEL GORDON ORCHESTRA
WILL PLAY IN GRACE EPIS
The lirst service' on Sunday. Au
gust With, will be the Sacrament of
Holy Communion at S A. M.
House the Church School will as
semble. I'mler the direction of Mr.
C. It. Thomas the Church History
Class will consider: "The Church's
Conquest of Africa."
Thanks to the courtesy of Mr. anil
Mrs. F. O. Dunham, the orchestra ol
the Gordon Hotel will play at the
eleven o'clock service, when the
sermon will be preached by the
Hector, Rev. Albert New.
The evening service at K I'. M.
will be conducted by the chaplain
Otcen, N. C, the Reverend F. 1).
Lobdcll, who will speak on his work
among the sick soliers. The even
ing collection will be for the chap
lain's work at Oteen. Rev. F. I).
Lobdcll will stay over night, and
after a devotional service on Mon
day morning he will be glad to
visit the homes of any sick persons
who desire the benefit of the
church's Jjllnistrations. The Rector
will be pleased to make appoint
ments for Dr. Lobdcll's visit he
fore be arrives.
Mavor Kerr met with the Merch
ants' Association on Tuesday even
ing and asked the co-operation of
the Association in perfecting plans
for the entertaining of the Appala
chian Scenic Highway motoieade
which is making a tour from Quebec
to New Orleans. The party, which
will consist of possibly 1.10 cars is
scheduled to pass through Canton
on the afternoon of September 15,
enroule from Atlanta to Ashcville.
Leaving Atlanta on the Mill, they
plan to spend the night in Murphy,
Mhe lunch hour in llivson Citv, and
will likely .stop over for n .short
time in various towns along the way
to Ashcville where a convention will
be held at the Kcnilw ol tit Inn Sept.
15 to Hi.
With the co-operation of the Mer
chants' Association and others of the
town the City ollicials plan to ar
range, if possible, to have this party
stop over in Canton for a few min
utes ut least. Plans will be perfect
ed and delinite arrangements will be
announced at a later dale. A com
mitter coinpesed of Mr. J. T. lhiiley,
chairman, and C. Guy Hipps and V.
W. Pless has been appointed by the
Merchants' Association to confer
with other committees in making
In this delegation will be the
Governor of Georgia, the two Unit
ed Stales Senators from Georgia, and
Hon. Hoke Smith, who was Secretary
of the Interior in Cleveland's cabin
et. The event is being advertised in
many ways by interested parties all
along the route from Qubec to New
Orleans. Widespread interest has
been attracted to the Convention to
be held in Ashcville, and the fact
that It is open to all road enthusi
asts means that a large crowd will
be In attendance and participate in
festivities and entertainment which
embraces many free trips to such
scenic points as Chimney Hock nnd
It was unanimously decided by the
Merchants' Association to observe
Labor Day in a wholehearted man
ner on Monday September li. The
members of the organization have
agreed to close their places of bus
iness Saturday evening and remain
closed, till Tuesday morning. -With
the exception, however, of the meat
markets, the news-stand at Itrvsou
& Brysnn's and the ice plant, which
will he open until nine o'clock in
the morning on that date.
BRIDGE PARTY AT CREEN TREE.
Miss Mary New charmingly en
tertained Tuesday afternoon at the
Green Tree Tea Room in compliment
to Mrs. Robert Osborne, of Paint
Beach, Florida and Miss Josephine
Thomas. Unfortunately Mrs. Os
borne was called home on account of
illness in her family and was not
present for the occasion. The high
score prize, a box of powder, went
to Mrs. Roy Francis, while the con
solation, individual score cards, was
cut by Mis. J. F. Abel. Miss Thomas
was given a lovely linen guest towel.
At the conclusion of the game a salad
coure was served. Those playing
were Misses Josephine and Sara
Thomas, Lena Altstaettcr. Evelyn
Reed, Fannie Campbell. Mesdames
Burwell, Arnold, Francis, Kirkpatrick,
Abel, West, Jolley, Withers, W. A.
Clark, Faucette Swift and Hugh
Abel. Tea guests were Mrs. J. R.
Thomas, Mrs. New, Mrs. Roy Martin,
Miss Frances Robeson and Miss
SWIFT MOTOR COMPANY.
The Swift Motor Company wishes
to announce to the general public
that the N. C. State License bureau
hag again been placed in their garage.
NEW X-RAY TO BE ENSTALLED.
Mr. E. F. Pierce, representing the
Kef herJDental Supply Co., of Knox
villewas in town Tuesday. At an
early -date. Mr. Pierce will Install in
the offices of Dr. N. M. Med ford tnd
Dr. W. L. Kirkpatrick a splendid
Ritter X-Ray. At the installation
a special demonstration will be
given. Drs. Medford and Kirkpat
rick will be able to do all kinds of
HAYWOOD COUNTY SINGING
Convention will hold its quarterly
singing on the second Sunday in
September nt the court house in
Waynesille vat 10 o'clock. All classes
are requested to be present on that
we have had In the pastWtrdtnslso
date with a good singing spirit as
we have had in the past. Wc are
expecting some visitors from other
places that will be interesting to
hear them -sing.
Let every bodycome and make the
A Cry at Dawn Cadraan, Waller Young. Runners up for the shert talks. All former Iron Dumtea.'at once. The Lefflera are to -make dental X-Rav work and. also h nhlo
My Lover is a Fisherman, Strickland .'cup were Henry Heymann and Jack both old and young;, are expected to Wayntaville their permanent sum-1 to locate any kind, of ordinary frsc- day day yof song feast, Sept 18.
Miss Esllnger. J Moore, both of New Orleans. be "at home" on that day. rner residence. ' tures In any part of the body! v MARK B. SMITH, Secy.