Opportunity's Empire-Waynesville Altitude 2,802 Feet-Unsurpassed Natural Resources for the Location of Manufacturing Industries
.lAiMLSVILLE. HAYWOOD COUNY NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1926
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 if ot so Paid
Volume XXXVIII. Number 27
i vj v i i - 1 ;
Dr. Ra 'kin and
The Popularity of Waynesville
Epworth League Conference August
August 6th, 8 P. M., Dr. F. S.
August 7th, Double Quartette,
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast,"
August 8th, 11 A. M., Dr. Christian
F. Reigner, New York.
August 8th, 8 P. M., Dr. W. E. J.
August 9th, 8 P. M., Dr. Reisner.
August 10th, 8 P. M., Dr. Gratz.
Augus 11th, 8 P. M., Dr. Gratz.
August 12th, 8 P. M., Stunt Night,
August 13th, 8 P. M., Dr. Walter
Anthony, Macon, Ga.
August 14th, 8 P. M., Movies, "For
Heavens Sake," Harold Loyd.
August 15,'il A. M., Dr. Anthony.
August 15th, 8 P. M., Dr. Anthony.
August 16th, Playgrounds Part and
Young People's Evening.
August 17th, 8 P. M., Miss Irene
August 18, 8 P. M., Miss Bewley.
.".August l'Jth, 8 P. M., Double Quar
tette. August 20th, Operetta, Toy Shop.
August 21st, The Toy Shop.
August 22nd, 11 A. M., Dr. T. B.
August 22nd, 8, P. M., Dr. Price.
August 23rd, 8 P. M., Dr. Pric.
August 24th, 11 A. M., Dr. Fred
Brown, pastor First Baptist church,
August 4th, 8 P. M., Dr. Brown.
August 25th, 11 A. M., Dr. S. T.
Senter, pastor First Methodist
August 25th, 8 P. M. Dr. Senter.
August 26th, 11 A. M., Burke Cul
pepper. August 26th, 8 P. M., Burke Cul
pepper. August 27th, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.,
Burke Culpepper. -
August 28th, 8 P. M., Thomas
Dixon, "The Rising South."
August 29th, Haywood County
Day, Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon.
The Dahlia Show under tha aus
pices of the Woman's Club will be
given Thursday, August aCth'. In
addition to the dahlia tubers offered
as premiums, the following cash
prizes will be given:
1. Best general display of dahlias,
silver trophy vase, given by Mr. J. B.
2. Second best general display of
3. Third best general display of
Waynesville and Haywood county bid fair to equal, if not
excel, any section of Western North Carolina in development and
in DODularitv with tourists and investors within a very short
time, according to R. H, Pinnix, Secretary of the Pinnix Devel-
The Board of Trustees of the Hay-jopment Corporation, who have offices next to Alexander's Drug
vruuu ijuuihj xiubjjiuu me i- in special i lOinpmiy un mam succt
HAYWOOD COUNTY HOSPITAL.
Hon. Charles R. Thomas was in
Asheville on Tuesday, August 3, at
tending the meeting at Trinity Epis
copal church Parish House of the 'last few days.
Only one mure week until tho
Flower Show. Carefully guard your
choicest varities and specimen these
iiipiVuii iuB i,k. tt,,4 ..'Executive Council or Bishop's Coun- have given new life
"I am thoroughly sold on Waynesville and Haywood county, i .. , t. . , n. . t I ?
J r- T mx, ovtvowoi oc rog oatoo nnsmtnr 1,1 ui " ,anu iue color ecin.-
ucuiaicu .....A. v w-f" - ' un North Carolina
i Deiieve mat 1 nave never seen any locality wuicn oners we
wealth of natural advantages and almost unlimited possibilities
for high class developments and sales as are found in and near
r - t u k , ; k t k u,is ",,u l"B
wnynravuie. m wiuiwuu w unu lof t.hurch throughout the Diocese 'promise of far surpassing anv pre-
found all around this county, the climate is such as to hod aiwhjch extendj ,nm Hit.kory west t0 fy he)d .
session Saturday, July 81, for con
sultation with Dr. W. S. Rankin, di
rector of the Hospital and Orphan
age section of the Duke Foundation,
who came up from Charlotte for the
meeting with the trustees. The gen
eral subject of hospitals for small
communities, plans for the same, re
quirements, necessities, luxuries, lo
cations, size of grounds desirable,
consideration of present and future
needs, etc., were discussed by Dr.
Rankin and the members of the board ' cessful and widely know operating and developing companies in
Later in the afternoon a visit was this State. During the past .few years the company has conduct
made to the site proposed by theed with marked success developments and land sales in North
board of trustees and the tract gone Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia, Georgia and Florida, aggre-
over and studied with a view to loca- gating approximately One Million Dollars worth of property each
tion of present future structures vear.
The council was .n session during
entire day discussing the church af
fairs and the extension o! the work
The recent rains
to all the flowers
much more bril
Every day the committee on ar
rangements for the show hear of new
exhibitions. This year's show gives
strong and lasting appeal to thousands of people who are seeking
ideal locations for homes, and are such that shrewd investor- will
undoubtedly realize that here are to be found golden opportuni
ties for profits. t)
. . . . . . i ucuu an nit i cnoc uuv uui m v i m i sniiw will np fi
The Pinnix Development Corporation is one ot tne most sue- membershipi but aho in contributions I o'clock, and it
Murphy All entries are requested to be on
The state of the church was found 'display at the Parish House by 12
to be most encouraging and there has 0ciock n00n on Wednesday. The
been an increase not only in thdsn0w will be open to the public at 3
is necessary that the
The council is composed of twelve '.judges have from 12 to 3 in which to
leading clergymen and !-ioen of classify and decide the prize win
Western North Carolina including 'ners.
such men as Haywcod Parker, lead
ing lawyer of Asheville; Dr. Philip R.
needful, drainage, sewer, water and
light arrangements feasible, views
of surrounding mountains, freedom
from manufacturing and other pos
sible sources of noise and dust, etc.
After a careful consideration of
these various problems entering the
question of desirability of location,
and being shown other available lots
Dr. Rankin was unhesitatingly com
mendatory in his expressions of the
good judgment exhibited by the
board of trustees in their selection of
the splendid site on the east side of
Wuynesville, adjoining the resid
denee of the late Dr. McFadyen on
highway No. 10, just a short distance
beyond the corporate limits of
Waynesville. The site affords ample
frontage on the paved road, is situ
., i , . :Moale ot Asiirfviij", director ana vice
In another part of this paper, an advertisement appears in !....:,., nf ,u rt n.i
which is set forth a large and very high class residential sub- Trust Co of Asheville Vance
division, which will, no doubt, include every accessory to be found Brown of Ashev!iV well known suc-
in ine nignesi Class piupen-ies eisewnere. una ueveiupmeni, naa cessfu; business
ine DacKing oi some oi vr aynesvine s most mnuemiai ana con- lumberman ol Ti von- W. L.
iservative, although progressive citizens. Ifialthis, cotton broU of Oastonia.
Realizing the fact that thousands of Florida people desire A sulvtv wi.i )JC mat. ( western
to make investments in Western North Carolina, Mr. Pinnix Noi tn ( ar;ini with n -iew to ihr
stated that his company has started a special campaign to bring 'extenf.ion of th2 work . The matter
rionaa investors into mis section to sen tnem property, Dotn im-'of an UI)p3r.ionment of the churcn's
One of the judges this year will
be Mrs. J. B. Doland of Claiksdale,
Miss., who has a beautiful summer
home here and has spent the past
several summers here. Mrs. Doland
owns and operates a most successful
man; F. P. Bacon, J flower show in CUrkj.lale. a thriving
proved and un-improved, in Waynesville and Haywood county.
funds wrs a!so c.wi j. I 'itil.
DR. RANKIN VISITS
MISS JAN IE LOVE MITCHKM, country, as a training centsr for
TO REPRESENT WAYNES- missionaries and Christian workers ,
..i.i.E. r..c. "ri"...- " - - ..!,, Moom unseen.
RACE CLASSIC. nity in the bounds of the M. E. lotte, N.C., came up isaturday and i -
. . .1 l I ' t ii 1 A.I..- unum.t J ' i -"
Miss Janie Love Mitchell, .1 -very
ated most attractively at the top of .popular young lady of 300 Love
the hill, well diained, beautifully Lane, Waynesville, has been-selected
wooded in native forest, containing as sponsor to represent this c'ty in
4.99 (four and ninety-nine one-1 the Charlotte motor race classics
hundred) acres, and has been offered sponsor voting contest u
the trustees for $5,000.00, which is Miss Mitchell has seltced the' fol
apparenily considering realty . prices lowing young ladies of Wayrtoville
in this section, a reasonable figure as her maids of honor: Miss Doro-
and it is stated has been accepted' as her maids of honor: Misses Doro
by the board. The site is on a part Reeves, Mary Ray, Isabel Ferguson
of the home place of the late Dr. ' and Shelby Semmes.
Samuel L. Love, one of Waynes-1 Every ticket for our next World's
ville's earliest graduated physicians, Sprint Race Classic which will take j
a successful practitioner, elected place at Charlotte August 23rd will '' Davles. for thj ')as'' slx
State auditor of North Carolina on have attached to it a coupon which ; mont has been speak,nK laHy in
the ticket with Gov. Zeb Vance in wiU htle the purchaser of the bena,f of the Bennett fund inaugu-
197R o-nflflmr. nf awomnlishment tiol-.t vi fr n.,nr fnr rated two years ago, when ths school,
and a citizen of the first rank, it is each dollar represented in the ticket,
not unfitting; that a part of his home. Queen bf the Speedway at the
place should become the site of the ( The sponsor receiving
Haywood County Hospital. number of votes will be crowned the
It has been stated that his daugh- j Speedway track just prio.- to the
ter had manifested a desire to make races.
some substantial contribution to the'Ru,eg of t)e Sp0n8Or Votinc Contest,
hospital in memory of her distin- ( Spe(Jway tickets purchased be
guished father. !fore August. 15th, will entitle pur-
The trustees will continue giving chaser to ten (10) votes for sponsor
Church, Srtuth, to shape !ho thoughts ' spent the week-end with Dr. and M' S
Announcement has been made that , o" non-Christian countries ft-jr thu J. Howell Way at their home on
teachings and principles of :he South Main street. Dr. Rankin is no
Christian religion, .t was asserted stranger to this section, having dur-
by Miss Daisy Dav
On Onm tho nlatfov
...... . L..;nn ln viitil in Pontftn anil Wjtv-
odist Southern Assembly Sunday at- ' ""- - hasket
temoon, speaking ,r, behalf of the ' ne.vill at different times, besides ,
Benaett Memorial fund, whereby irsqucuu, ( mM
Dnainmini of inf O 1 fk M (T SPr- " ...
women of the Southern
was amrteo .-"-"y "-"-"-""-"" -- I j. xhe nnesl display
ies, of Atlanta, 1 ng h.s long term as secretary of the nuatitv (b)
m of the Meth-'N. C. State Board of Health had oc- 1 0,nU (a). ( U ,
m ot tne Metn , nat w. No. of varieties 1. Anal
town in the rich Delta county of
Mississippi. The committee are
much pleased to have received the
services of so competent a judge.
Again follows the prize list. Look
over it and see how many entries you
can make. If you have a great va
riety try for the silver basket. But
on the other hand if you have grown
only one flower that look superior to
its garden associates don't keep it at
but let it
decorate your favorite vase ot Dowl,
and join the lovely collection that
will be on display at the Parish
1. The finest display of (lowers,
church are raising $500,OJO to erect
an administration building in con
nection with Scai.-'tt College for
Christian workers, at Nashville,
1 U10U18. , n j U liU
vice wun me ouite domiu m ncaim
as secretary from 1909 to 1925,
Finest single specimen of dahlias,
old fashioned bouquet.
5. Most artistic combination of two
became the director in charge of the r lne,l
hospital and orphanage sections of
r..l, rninlatmn with nnnrlfllini- 5
ters in Charlotte and duties cover- different varieties, $2 00. : ' of
ing the states of North and S-,uih r- " , " 00
r U mua lniOTltlv PlPT.Pfl A 1-"' wi.iv..-..v .
oiuium. akk ' " I . f cnun
then the Bible and Training school,
was reorganized as a fl.uss A. col-
tno largest '
Jlo., to iMasnvnie, renn., wnerc 11 is
affiliated with (ieorge PeaboJy Col
lege for teachers. Of the $500,000
pledged by Southern Methodist
mpmhpr of the State Board of Health
to complete the unexpired term of $2.00.
O. Dt'rtl Uiai'iftJ " ....., -r
Dr. C. H. Lnughinghoufe, lotted
sccetary. He is also a member of
the board of executive committee.
From Waynesville Dr. Rankin motor
ed to Franklin Sunday afternoon
purposing to also visit Murphy, Bry
snn Citv and Cullowhee, returning to
women, $.100,000 has been collected charlotte Thursday via Saluda where
4. Largest decorative dahlia, $2.00 Careful attention to the study of for each dollar's worth of tickets
5. Largest cactus or hybid cactus pans for the building, tnd after set-' purchased. All votes must be cast
thng more definitely on the various before August 15th, as the contest
services, warns, rooms, eic, ncces- coses the njght of August 15th.
6. Largest peony dahlia, $2.00.
7. Best vase of 12 different dah- sary exact plans will be arranged, Qr tfce arKe.t
I : n O AA , 1.1 d. . : Twl 1.11 ' 1
and an effort is being made to
remainder of the fund by January
1st, when the time allotted for its'that pa(.e tnjs neXt week.
collection will close. Her taiK yes
terday was under the auspices of the
missionary sociaty of the Waynes
ville district, and delegates were
he is scheduled to address the South-1
pin Pedriatic Seminar in session at
FLOWER SHOWS. .
It is very refreshing these days 10
9. Best display marigolds, i.uo.
10. Best display floxglovts, $2.00.
11. Best display calendulas, $2.00.
12. Best display nasturtiums, $2.00
13. Best display roses, $2.00.
14. Best display sweet peas, $2.00.
15. Best display gladioli, $2.00.
10. Finest single speciment gladio
17. Best priniulu.s gladioli, $2.00.
18. Best display delphiniums, 02.00
19. Best display laikspur, $2.00.
20. Best display flox, $2.00.
21. Best display ragged robins,
lias in color or kind, $2.00.
8. Best vase of dahlias alone, ar
ranged for artistic effect, $1.00.
9. Best vase of at least 6 blooms,
smallest perfect dahlias, $1.00.
10. Most artistically arranged vase
other flowers or foliage allowed, but
must have at least 10 dahlia blooms,
11. For display coming the long
est distance in Haywood county,
onH Iha "nTntnl.'MiMI nroCPPA. in Ilie . .... .j '
. , , T i iu u i number of votes will De presented r , , k junau.Ka
meantime the nersotinel of the body . .,.. . , -,at' lj,,K
. . . ' , iwwn an engraveu mi " !'. sect ons.
$250.00 m cash, transportation
present from Waynesville, Canton, hear and read about flower shows all $2.00.
of trustees, and
concern in making a success of the
.mportant jOD Deiore tnem, assures Sneedwav" just prior
1 rUn.lnffa itrill Vio ITdWnPlI
BISHOP HORNER TO PREACH IN
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
our citizens that every step forward
in the making of a first-class hospi
tal plant will be carefully considered
and the financial interests of Hay
wood county scupubusly regarded.
The Right Reverend Father-of-God,
Bishop Junius Moore Homer,
D. D. will conduct a Confirmation
service in Grace Episcopal church on
Sunday morning, August 8th, .at 11
A. M. The Bishop will also preach
at this service.
Other services on Sunday will bei
8 A. M. The Holy Communion.
10 A. M
to the races at the speedway, and
will occrpy the "Royal Suite" at the
Hotel Charlotte as guest of the
c.. . VAAA:,:fi. ilia coinnrl Ifirtr-
oponsui urtcivuns me .-t.-..- .-.-c cortlin r to
at nnmlipr nf votes will be presented
with an engraved silver loving cup,
The Truett-McConnell revival $150.00 in cash and she and her maids
meeting will begin Sunday at Frank-1 will act as "Laciies in waiMng" to
Iin, N. C. Tabernacle of unusual the Queen at the coronation ceremo
seating capacity has been erected, nies.
The sponsor receiving the third
largest number of votes will be pre
sented with an engraved loving sup,
$100.00 in cash and she and her
maids will act as "Ladies in wait
ing" to the Queen at the coronation
and other over the country. Garden clubs have j 22. Best display straw flowers,
sprung into existence in all sections. $2.00.
Mrs. J. Dale SttnU. district scmc- For it proves that along v,-,th nius- 153. Best display 01 asteis,
tary, who presided over the meeting try and the mad, wild chase al ter the j 25. The handsomest fer. $2.00.
explained that a similar meeting was ' American eagle we have not Tor- j 25. The most attractive window or
held at Bryson City last Friday and gotten love of thn beautiful and that porch box, $5.00.
more and more oa.n yo.ir n-ning mi .:r':,.,, , ,IlK,
natural and cultivated state wins DEATH Or IAI.MB. r r,i.i nw..
. :.. , i HAYNES.
district. A prize of ten dollars, ac- new auvocm.es. . - - - ,
Stentz, was offered sad plight wnen w- ee a u ' . . ;, , '
4 kno flowir". One in- 01 u. .1. l.. na iic. ua
Saturday, attended by th
sentatives of other sections in
Mrs. stentz, was
to the society having llU
: 1.. n,M . cnmothinir hum Kpb. lt. !W, lir.u meu tK-
representation, the amount to ap- ' " ' - " " 7 ! M M.R. I survived bv four chi
ply on the socity's quota in the Ben- . lacKing in me I , ivni. ,
K - . . . . . mi., a .,, nut nn each vear dren. Claud Hayni'S, Mis. '-IM.t '
nett Memonai lund. ine society ati-- - 1..
w tho crilen nun 01 ine univemi- i i""
are expected from
BENEFIT MASONIC TEMPLE.
Brvson City had all
present and was the
Drize. At the meeting Sunday
of its members prestn by three.
Scarritt College, said Miss Davies,
Mrs. Mattie Muller f
meaning than Ohio, Mrs. Fannie Hale of Tennessee,
The one brother.
F.li FevEUson of
vin si.te-, Mrs.
There will be a benefit concert for
the new Masonic Temple by the
T..ii1iiDt-a TWnh1a Ounrfftp nn Mntl-4-
UUiioiuon. .w - 1 111 n
1 Manv vaiuaoie prizes win
day, August 9th, at. 8:15 P. M. in1
Church School and Ti'Me , ' n--t.. ri Buildm un-tsented to sponsors wh.i do not win
Study Class. , ., . .u. o the first, second or third prizes.
8 P. M. Evensong and address by
Everybody most cordially invited
to all our services.
REV. ALBERT NEW,
1 Ticket are on sale now.
admission is 50 cents.
General These prizes will be announced in a coont
ppimVnt- ,f rh 'ty club has a deeper
r " . i. 1 i . r fl
tlip mere oisniayiiiK i miwi-in.
' . . . . .. kf m-nrvints t is nnp of the Jersey and a twin si..e
societv of Clvde Dad all "i""1- ' , . , . r ,.,.
very roots oi o u iL-ti iuien : " " -
.nnt.itiiHon. the love of home. At- '.Mr Ilavru w;- t-oiivcnod
x a WTAnvAw artA ehnw vnnr an--mf ths CruW vet Hantist church
was founded through the .effort f ; iation t0 the flower growers of in 171. She afterwa.d was a mem
the late Miss Belle H. Berne, t-l t jber of Sweetwater .-hurch. Tennes-
able leader of Methodist women, as a , 'see, and moved lur mambership to
Rfnnoi ior traininir missi'iniii ijs. r ur m oi nnoi-v tjApipr.ipi:.
O Ol WUIHCll n miodiuii. . j ...
thirty-five years, the . phr.t was to-j Because of changing conditions in
cated at Kansas City. When on ac- the nonchristian world, due largely
of the increased demand for ;to the impact of the Christian re-
more highly trained missionary i;: ' iy. mPV and influence of the
sponsors who. receive 100,000 worr,ers jt was decided to remove !mi ', u nf mnre '' imnnmrwc
, W A 1 NKHVILLB bas xcv, rmo votes will be presented wun ucneis the institution and elevate its stand-1 than ever before, Miss Davies sid,
I TRUCK. to grandstand "A" for herself and ards Nashville out of dozens of com-1 jpIarin that it is futil to build
Reccor.- tZTTT lk n p o t'hV ,he ,lid I I Pe cities was chosen as its lo-Jhool churehes and hospitals and
' u? zzrz:: ;:"Mnjw:u ?ww.e "r-'.:: 1 , - , ;0ther: institutions, .work.
",B. .7h: Z. t . JIh n tM speedway Ban ui unar.olle t , conference of ers can be properly trained to sUff
equipments in the state, arrived in ht f Anjfust 23rd. ' . .v u .T. - '. . L j'-.-j v '
Th,o.. tko n.n --.,. Wtl- tit !ll Thia ,'. rA lnot- . me couren wi uvei ine .uiwh ini.ni hi a J w uc.a.m
liams Stock Company which played ment as the decrease in insurance ' SCARRITT COLLEGE FOR MIS- , giftfrom . the women of the of the nation, where they labor.
u. . - JOrARIES OUULIJCI JI ivitruiuuiaiii mill iiiauc i, im c vci y ' ' iiiiDaiuiii y uic ixci-ii'iiiiab
1 " of the connectional in it itutions of Episcopal Church, South will icnd
Lake Junaluska, Aug. 1. (Special.) the dfenomination. The present to its mission fields for the next
I Scarritt - College at Nashville, chnrcb-wide enort .among ine worn- nity years, repeated i Miss navies,
here last week, the Civic League, the , rates, to say nothing of adequate
Mansonic Temple and the Sulgrava foe protection, will more than pay
Club were recipients of substantial for the investment in a short time.
gifts of a momentary nature. " The - . - - ' -
amount of these donations has not, Grady Kilpatrick of Brevard
been made public. - here on business Saturday.
was'the only institution of its kind in the en represents a per capita gift of will be trained ... at, Scarritt .College
lonly institution of its' kind in the five "dollars through the membership tor Christian workers.
Waynesville chuven of which ?he re
mained to her derab.
Mrs. Haync? whil" : visiting
her daughter Clara tit Mountain
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY. NO
TICE. The circles of the Woman's Aux
iliary of the Presbyterian church will
meet on next Tuesday, August tenth,
at 4 o'clock as follows: Circle No.
1 With Mrs. W. F. Swift on Fairview
Road; Circle No. 2 wih Mr Ilajty,
Rotha on Pigeon Street; Circle No.
3 with the Misses Quinln on STain
Street ' : ' : -' ' '
A full attendance '. requssted at
these 'meeting!. . -