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Volume XXXVUI. Number 29
,v A YSESVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1926
$2.00 Year in Advance, $2.50 if aot go Paid
The Flower Show r
A Huge Success
Successful from every standpoint
wet tUn Plmro Shniu Solrl nnt. WtA-
nesday afternoon in the Parish House j
which was aglow with the brilliant
exhibits. Everything that ever grew
in your grand mother's garden was
there, along with the last word in.
dahlias, the stately gladioli -nd a j
wealth of bloom and color that her
alded the progress of the floral world.
Upon entering the building one in
stinctively felt a sympathy for the
judges, for everyone of the 420
vases of flowers Dossessed the con-
quering air of a priie winner. The sanitation, we realize that a tremend
entries were exactly double the num- uous constructive change, econonri
hpr of those of the first show held cally and educationally, has come
three years ago. Such zinnias ana
marigolds. One unconsciously wanted.
to touch them to see if they were real.
And Mr. Ivey's dahlias were the piece
de resistance of the show! Keenest
interest had centered around the sil
ver basket which had been offered
for the largest and most artistically
arranged collection. The following
competed: Mrs. J. W.Crawford of
Allen's Creek, Mrs. W. H. Francis,
Mrs. Rufus Siler, Mrs. R. Q. Mc
Cracken, Mrs. J. M. Long, Mrs. E. T.
Duckett, Mrs. J. W. Reed, Mrs. E. L.
Withers, and. Miss Bowles of Lake
Junaluska. wniie mrs. wiunn wu-
a collection of sixty varieties earned
. . .i w rixl .:,u
oft the tropny, Mrs. uu --
out with the second prize and Mrs.,
Reed. Miss Bowles of Lake JunaluBka
. j i ki
ana Mrs. urawiora receivBu iiuiioire j
mention. Each collection had some
distinctive charm of its own.
Mrs. J. B. Noland, owner of a flow
er shop in Clarkesdale, Miss, and Mr.
Henry Hood, a veteran gardner of
Asheviille, were the competent Judges
Not only the members of the; Com
munity Club, but the flower growers
um jenuren, win give an organ reciiar in
:ounty are Indebted to the Presbyterian ..church, on Monday
r nd r! cWi7veninA,r,t
of Haywood c
who by their unbounded enthusiasm
and fine leadership have inspired the
people of our community to a hner ap-
preciation of the beau'.itul flowers
that can be grown in this section.
Music was furnished throughout
the afternoon by the Hotel Gordon
-v i l J U ...nr. annrdil Viit '
wrcnestra aim puntu na.,
Miss Sara Thomas and Miss Ova Perry, of Chester, S. C. with one of
Patterson. ' the largest and most attractive bridge ,
The following is a compl, list ofWjes of the summer season at j
prize and the winners:
1. The finest display
Foint-(4) quantity, (b) quality, (c)
number of varieties,
ment, silver basket.
1. Mrs. E. L. Withers.
Prirp $ (1(1 Mrs E T Pu-'kett.
ii. jr, i wr nA
rtonoraDie menuun, mt-s. . .
Mrs i W Crawford of Allen's Creek.
Miss Bowles of Lake Junaluska.
3. Best display of dahlias, $10.00.
Mr J B Ivey Lake Junaluska. '
4. Finest single specimen of
liias, $5.00 Mr. J. B. Ivey.
f, Finest, old fashioned bouauet.
$2.50-Miss Bowles of Lake Junalus-
6. Most artistic combination of two
different varieties, $2.00 Mrs. E. J.
7. Most artistic comoination of
three varieties $2.00 Mrs. Harry
S. Best display of snap dragonn,
52.00 Miss Bowles of Lake juna
luska. 9. Be3t display zennias, $2.00
Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Honorable men-
tion, Mrs. Stella Hyatt.
10. Best display marigolds, $2.00
Mrs. J. K. Boone. Honorable men -
tion, Mrs. Fatio Dunham.
11. Best display of flox glove,
$2.00--Mrs. J. M. Long.
12. Best display calendulas, $2.00
Mrs. Paul Hyatt of W'oodrow. Hon-
orable mention, Miss Bowles of Lake w. L. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. David Wil
Junaluska. , , lis ad guest, Mrs. Theo. Shair of
13. Best display nasturtiums, $2.00 Georgia. .
John Smathers, Jr. .
14. Best display roses, $2.000 Mrs. J. M. Long.
Mrs. Stella Hyatt. Honorable men-' 22. Best display of ragged robins,
tion, Miss Virginia Welch. $2.00 Mrs. R. Q. McCracken.
15. Best display sweet peas, $2.00 23. Best display straw flowers,
Mrs. C. R. Thomas. ,$2.00 Mrs. J. W. Reed. " Honorable
16. Best display gladioli, $2.00 ' mention, Miss Beulah Hendrix. :;
Miss Bowles of Lake Junaluska. I 26. Best petunias, $2.00--Mrs. R.
17. Finest single specimen gladioli, Mrs. J.- W. Reed. ;
$2.00 Mr. J. B. Ivey of Lake Ju- 25. Handsomest fern, $2.00 Mrs.
naluska. R. Q. McCracken.
. 18. Best primules gradioli, $2.00 26. Best petuma-, $2.00 Mrs. R.
Mrs. J. B. Siler. Q. McCracken. -
19. Best display Jelchinium, $2.00) 27. Finest house plant, $2.00 Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Hall.
20. Best display larkspur, $2.00
Mrs. Fatio Dunham. .
Zl. Best display or jfiilcx, $-.00
for Voting Bonds
Writing to a friend in Haywood,
Dr. Jno. A. Ferrell, director for the
United State of the International
Health Board of the Rockefeller
Foundation, New York City, says in
a recent letter: "I am delighted to
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near mat naywooo couniy voieu
$100,000.00 bonds for a county hos-
pital, in which you are deeply inter
ested. When we recall how difficult
it was in the period of 1910-'15 to
secure a county appropriation of
$200 to $300 for a campaign for
hook-worm treatment and general
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over me state oi iorm vmouua lui.ing story oi uiy saup t uuuuikui ,
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to do possmie ior rmywouu mumj
to vote bonds on itself to the extent
of $100,000.00 for an institution
wnere adequate care ior me sick can.iogue; miss raary nariee oi norence,
be supplied. I congratulate the good
people of your progressive county.
ATTEND DENTIST CLINIC.
Dr. S. P. Gay, WaynesviUe's recent
addition to its corps of capable den
tists, and Drs. J. H. Smathers and
N. M. Medford were in Asheville this
week in attendance upon the Ashe-
ville-North Carolina Mid-Summer
Dental c,inic ,n Begsion at Kennj,
worth Inn clinjc wag ,,elJ un
the auspiceg of the Fir3t Dis.
, .,... an(, wag wel.
, , a . ' . ,.;nBnr
, .. . ;,i,,j; tu n;Hont nf
the American Dental Association, be
ing present at the sessions.
Mr Harrv Edward MnriW of Ashe.
ville, organist at Trinity Episcopal
church, will iriva an oriran recital in
Th nnhlic is most ordiallv invited,
No admission charge, but an offer-
;nfj wju be taken.
MRS. PERRY HONORED.
Mrs. Cleveland Kirkpatrick hon-.
(i-(.;l Vi . i , ' oiafor Mva TV T.roiTfnn I
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ner nome on wainut street lasi wecK.ewy lu..ie. i i-invii.e, sun oi
A 1 UlUOiVll'l Ul J , Vli - 1U11 k J 11(114 ,
I'vAfSiDinnu -w-F nf f-al n onf a ami
cut summer flowers in baskets and
wall vases served as the decorations
for the party.
The honoree was presented with
one nal1 OI a aozen oi loveiy iviaueria
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The high score prize was presented
.to Mrs. Ernest L. Withers which was
a set oi brass candle sticks. Mrs. J. r.
lADel cut tne consolation prize wmai
was an attractive set of bridge scrre'the "Old Doll;" Mary Stewart, Kay-
At the conclusion of the games a
idelignttm ice course was served.
xnose piaymg caras were: iviisses
Sara Hill Hannah, Robina Miller,
Sara Avery Thomas, Nancy Killian,
M. Mead of Miami, Fla., Mesdames
D. Drayton Perry, Hilliard B. Atkins,
Faucette Swift, J. L. Stringfield, W.
T. Hannah, George H. Ward, John N.
Shoolbred, Robert Wood of Baltimore,
Md., Clarence Miller, Jr., Roy Eran-
jcis, .lonn way KirKpatricK, ai. tl.
Reeves, E. i,. Withers, W. B. Havi
jland of Atlanta, Ga., D. A. Kaker.
i Charles Thomas, Lenoir Gwyn, J. F.
jAbel, Robert Osborne of West Palm
j Beach, Fin., Odin Buelt of Buellton,
Cavr Harrv Rotha. Chas. Kniirht.
San Francisco, Calf, Joe Grave?, W.iE- Church, South in session here
c. Garrison, Harry Hall, Guy Massie,
J. W. Reed, Moore of Miami, Fla., J
W. Seaver, Mrs. Joe Bennett of Pan
ama City, Fla. Tea guest were Mrs.
E. T. Duckett. , .
, 28. Most artistic window box, $2.00:
j Miss Jessie Herren. . Honorable
mention, Mrs. n. 1. uuckett. -
A PLAY TO BE AT LAKE JUNA;
Lake Junaluska, Aug. 18. "The
Toy Shop," which will be shown her Probatly the largeat attendance 0f
Friday night and Saturday nighy.is the geason witnessed thjs annual
the absorbing topic of conversation i ,.timt The Fr8nk
here as rehearsals, now in full swing, ftJ master of ceremonies, led the
bring together a cast which includes Leaguers j gin-lng mediey8( roundg
representative people from twefce and topica, gongS( whUe gtuntj
Etate8, ' were being arranged . by competing
For her cast, Mrs. Hortense Rey- groups. A roll call by states devel
nolds, director of this tuneful Gayltjpt pped the fact that practically every
operetta has gotten together map" tate' in the union was represented in
than 100 children and grown ups, sole ' the audience, Arizon, Oregon, and
of the latter including prominent men rowa beintt included in those most dis
and women in the professional ranks tant.
of the South. T 1 . SubjecU of stunts were as follows:
The operetta itself ia an intrigO
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wnen me toys, aiwsr mejr iiiiinoi-
orial custom come to life. Miss Ella
Ivey of Charlotte will give the pr-
bouth Carolina as accompanist Ml
an important and difficult part. ;
Charles Talbot, leader of the choir
of the First Presbyterian church, St.
I P,,t c V,,., r. VI o o u tVio TfuvM alrAV'
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no a nut; ui ntc icauuijj t uivo. iu
Talbot has appeared in other operas
given by Mrs. Reynolds,
Miss Mildred Crawford of Waynes- i
ville, one of the "hours," second alto
in the quartet given by one, two, three
and four o'clock, has a pleasing, fcar erva Abernathy, Waynesville; Sara
which shows to advantage the low, 'Buys, Charlotte; Olivia Hamric, Gas
rich notes of her voice. Following ' tonia; Hazel Thompson, Mt. Gilead;
'the presentation of "The Toy Shop..Edna Sronce, Andrews; Eunice Blair,
nss- L-rawiora win leave ior in
,'juan, Porto Rico, where she has ac-;
cepted a teaching position.
Among others who will have lead-
ing parts are Miss Lula Belle Paris,
Salisbury. N f! Miss Miriam F.7.ll
Jackson, Miss.; and Miss Annie Mot-
1 ris Ele11. Jackson, Mis8.'r"Hoursi"
'Misa Anna Margaret James, 'Fort
JVey, Ga., "Pari.
inooeri z.. raoore, Jr., oi i,asnvuie;
uorning lone, lam pa,
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.la.; nd r.tz -
gerald Parker, Nashville
ivuie, tne lops,
Miss Martha Durham, Memphis and
"IX Tolls " Smith AShl8nd'
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laking part in tne INoan group
"re Mrs. C. W. lurpin, of Nashville, ''" ' , , , , , ,
editor of the secular press bureau, M. entry a DasKet M e P
E. Church, South as "Mrs. Noah;" y his""!" nolr.ble
I . I Ul'tlPl. mflnaffil' OT T.nP Kirnmnnfl
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branch of Southern Methodist Pub-
Mr. woan; " A. L.
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Chattanooga, Tenn., "Sheni;"
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uj, i -iuicucc, j. vy., oa
David Stents of Lake Junaluska is
Captain Bloctin; Virginia Starrett ofji'on
xampa, r.a tne wiua, Anna.
etteville, N. C, the "Kag Doll;" and
r.oy M. l,ott ot Miami, senior in ,
southern College, is "Dr. Pillsley. i
Scores of children as Quarter hours
ifof nn.,o J.oi.
r " 1 UUllUf IkllVb J1 VL1IUKHJ UVilJ llll
soldiers, butterflies and specialty per-
formers, complete the cast. There will snow. i..e crnicim... u, ..u
be a performance Friday night, Aug. entcied ty the Woinur Ciuo mc'r.d
20, and Saturday night, Aug. 21. 39 vaiieties. Amoa? the varieties
2 included in Miss Bowie..' pri.n eiitiy
were uvhlias, naslur iur.v-,, petjiiii.s.
STUNT NIGHT AT LAKE Jl'NA -
Lake Junaluska. Aug-. 18. (Special.)
LAKE JIN A-1
Election and crowning of a queen,
and award of a prize for the best
stunt, were features of, "stunt nite,"
climaxing Thursday's program of the
Epworth League assembly of the M.
Honors in these events went to
North Carolina and Florida. Miss Jo
McConnell of West Palm Beach,' Fla.,
was chosen queen, while the stunt put
on by the Jtforth Carolina group was
adjudged the winner oyer nine com
Georgia won second place; Alabama
third, and West Virginia was awarded
In judging, points considered were
orignality twenty points; cleverness,
twentya appropriateness,, twenty; and
general "effectiveness, forty. Dr.
Christ ain F. Reisner of New York,
Mrs. Reisner, and Dr. W. E. J. Gratz
of Chicago, were tha judges.
Dr. Rejsner officiated at the cere
mony of crowning the queen, pro
nouncing . her queen of the night, of
the day, and of the kingdom of God,
a fit representative, he said, of the
kind of folk the Master, makes when
he lias His, way.
Queen's ' attendants " were: Misses
Virginia ' Bauserman, Winston
Salem; Jean Ragsdale, Atlanta; Annie
Lee Venable, Rome, Ga., and Kather-
jne Bryson. Tupelo. Miss
."North Carolina, "Junaluska Activi-
.. . . . .
ties:" Alabama, "Calamauchia, a
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turiesque grand opera; Tennessee,
R0meo and Juliet;" Georgia, "That's
Georgia;" Mississippi "The Annual
xour to Junaluska;" South Carolina,
'Jazz Marriage;" Kentucky, "Foun-
(8m. 0f Youth;" Florida, "Suanee
River;" West Virginia, "The West
Taking part in the North Carolina
stunts were: The Rev. L. B. Hayes,
Winston-Salem; W. A. Barber, Ma-
rion and Greensboro; Misses Lillian
Boatner and Addie Mae Davis, Win -
ston-Salem; Hariet Boyd, Thomas
, Stringfield, William Sloan and Min
'd.1.1.1.. it: ij.,
xvhicik", Tiig" uauocimou,
ston-Salem; Natalie Coffey, Raleigh;
Robert, Emily and Miriam Tuttue and
Louise Sessoms, Fuqua Springs; the
'Rev. J. H. Bernhardt, Winston-Salem.
iv Tiinnlnel-n i,, 14 Prize
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; lia LUDers.
on general d.spluy. The Umd pr .e Qf daWiM frQm
irihreMrrofS floTrs.8 Misa.t Fork township, $5.00 worth
I A- kvvi f riofl,u,t0, PlnriHa.' dahlia tubers.
!..,., u ,ki mannnn hoi-
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-i'ha ovhihit it t no n nv rrmim i-nn
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Hron crpt.'il much f:iv'i)i'ahle com-
tl... mtnt'jixarc fiit- t ll O lin!n!lP
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I.,, nnhnn tt 1M fl flnU'OTC ll.'lIK nP
l-.,ll,.Hnn nf wilrl ( nu'PI-S bi'lllL' the
work of the children in ti.eir handi-
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I department, unuei tne
j Birmingham, Mrs. W. V. Quilliun, Ma
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About 200 specimen vases and bask-
I v "s
outsi.le of the flow.' used ;n
! (iecoi atiiig the auditoiiii.ii wrier? tne
was nel; wert' '"'
1 gladiolas, zinnias, swoe. pca
Idulas, snapdragons, poppies,
golds, laikspur and others-
Bowles was awarded a silver
cup. Second and third prizes were
cash awards of $2 and SI -ach.
It was decided to make the flower
show an annual event, sponsored by
' "'" U'V
. l. -fin . ,.;.;i.i it.a numoer oi varieties consiae -ea, qj.uo n"u u. j. u.
approximately 00 person-! visited the, ..... , in c i n i , j
s .worth dahlia tubers. Boone, Mr. and Mrs. rrank Edwards.
8 W" 20. Best vase 6 blooms, largest Mr. and" Mi", T. W. Fp-'-uson, George
TO CELEBRATE ASHEVILLE-AT- 'dahlias, $5.00 worth dahlia tubers. ill. Slv;iri!l, J. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
LANTA HIGHWAY. j 21. Second best vase (5 blooms, 'M. T. Mcfra-ken and children, Ed-
(largest dahlias, $5.00 worth dahlia 'win Haynes, Rev. R. H. Honing, Mr.
Tbe towns along - the Asheville- tubers. and Mrs. J. C. Patrick, Walter Craw-
Franklin-Atlanta highway plan n j 22. Best vase pink dahlias, 5 ford, Fred and May Crawford, Mr.
celebration to be held on September blooms or more, $5.00 worth dahlia, and Mrs. C. M. Dicus, Mr. and Mrs.
15th, with the purpose in view, to put tubers. J- P. Dicus, Mr. and Mrs. Brown
this highway on the map.
It' is the pkn to have the North
Carolina delegations meet , the Gcor -
gia delegations at the State line" and
from there repair to Franklin for a
program of speaking and eating.
From Franklin the procession will
move to Asheville, stopping for apr
propriate exercises at various towns
along the way.
PICNIC AT MAX PATCH.
Mr. C. Boyce will have a picnic
Saturday, August 28th, at his large
lilmber ' mill at Max Patch.
Dahlia Show to
Be Held Aug, 26
The Dahlia Show will be held
Thursday, August 20th, in the build
ing on Main street now occupied by
All entries are requested to be on
display by 12 o'clock noon on Thurs
day. The show will be open to the
public at 2 o'clock.
Again follows the prize list:
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
4. Largest decorative dahlia, $2.00.
,5. Largest cactus or hybid cactus
6. Largest peony dahlia, $2.00.
7. Best vase of 12 different dah
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, dui
I must have at least 10 dahlia blooms,
, 1,00- , ,
n. rur umpittj o
est distance in Haywood county,
1. Best jtencrai display of dahlias,
silver trophy vase, given by Mr. J. B.
2. Second best general display of:
dahlias, $5.00 worth dahlias tubers.
3. This best general aispiay oi
! 0Q wm.th dahia tubers
4. Best display of dahlias from
I Beav'erdam township,
5. Best display of dahlias from
Cataloochee township, $5.00 worth
I display. o; dahlias.from Mr.., Paul I'rigg, and a
township $5.00 worth dahlia'Miami are visiting Way:
I 7 Best display of dahlias from
Crabtree township, $5.00 worth dah -
Hisnlav of dahlias from
Fines Creek township, $5.00 worth section a hotel would give the need-
dahUa tuber3 Lj impetU9. i;specially if bu.;i in the
' Best display of halias from'Raccoon development section as this
i,.on Duff township, $5,000 worth';., the best real estate bet.
i 11. Best display of dahlias from
tnhin sr, (1(1 wnrth lnh-
, ,o D j;l f .lohllao fi-rvm
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Jonathan's Creek township, $5.00
worth dahlia tubers.
' 1 J
township, $5.00 worth dahlia
14- Best display of dahlias from
Waynesville township, $5.00
15. Best display of dahlias f mm j Hon. Ex-Congressman C. R. Thorn
White Oak township, $5.00 worth as will speak on: "Tyndale's New
dahlia tubers. j Testament" at 10 A. M. in the Parish
The winners of the general displays House,
cannot compete for these township On Tuesday, August -lth, l.eing St.
premiums. Hai tholomew 's Day, the Holy Com-
16. Best collection dahlias 10 Iniunion will be administered at 8 A. M
blooms at least 18 inch stems I Everybody cordially invited to all
?10.00 worth dahlia tubers.
' ecoiui oesi cojiecviun uuiiiia.-, .
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1 10 hlooms at least I8 incfl stems
$'r-00 worth dahlia tubers.
IS. Best display 6 blooms of cac-
tus dahlias, Deauty, size ana numoer
of varieties considered, $5.00 worth
19. Second best display G blooms
of cactus dahlias, beautv. size and
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23. Second best vaso pink dahlia?,
4 or more blooms, $3.00 worth dahlia
( lubers. , ..
' 24. Best vr se, 4 or more blooms,
red dahlias, $5.00 worth dahlia tubers
1 25. Second best vase, 4 or more
glooms, red dahlias, $2,00 worth
; worth dahlia tubers.
26. Best vase, 4 or more blooms,
white dahlias, $5.00 worth dahlia
27. Second best vase, 4 or more
bTooms. white dahlias. S2.00 worth
dahlia tubers.' .... ,
28., Best vase. 4 or mnr wnm
.. (Continued 'on' bark ml
LOUISE HUNTER IN CONCERT.
A very large and enthusiastic au
dience assembled at the high school
auditorium Tuesday evening to hear
Louise Hunter, soprano Metropolitan
Opera star, who was presented by
Clyde Ray, Jr., under the aupices of
From the press dispatches Way
nesville music lovers were looking
forward with pleasure to this event,
and they were in no way disappointed
In addition to the remarkable
range and lovely quality of her
voice, Miss Hunter possesses a most
charming personality. She reponded
very graciously to the continued ap
plause of the audience and gave sev
very clever encores.
Miss Mary Douthit accompanied
Miss Hunter most ably at the piano.
The success of the recital is due
largely to the untiring efforts of
Clyde Ray, Jr..
The program follows:
Juliette Waltz (Romeo and Juliette)
C oming Through the Rye.
(n) La Girometta, Sibellt.
(b) April, Tosti.
(c) Les Filles de Cadiz, Dtlibjs.
Swiss Echo Song, Echert.
A Brown Bird Singing, Hayden Wood
u0ll Scene (Tales of Hoffman, Uffen-
, (a) Little Shepher's Song, Watts.
1(b) I Passed by Your Window, Brahl
(c) Lo! Hear the Gentle Lark, Bish
op. MAY BUILD NEW HOTEL.
it is said that thev contemplate build-
in a new hotel on Johnson's Hill or
. Grand view, in the famous Racoon
inuituseu ueveiuimieiiL. 11 is iitroi
,i ; sub.divif,ion. Tnis will
be . wonde,fu, asset to WaynesviHe.
With the new golf course the real es-
ut ,,,tivilv now Hiinaic.it in this
.M E T 11 O I) I ST
MINISTER TO PREACH IN
The Reverend Dr. C. Lee Gaul, pas-
tor of Gethsemane Methodist church,
Philadelphia. Pa.. will preach in
Grace Episcopal church on Sunday
'night. August 2L'nd, at eight o'clock.
, Kcv. Albo,.t Npu, Rectol.( w;
pi each at the morning service. 11 A
M. and also celebrate the Sncrament
of the Holy Communion at 8 A. M.
ATTENDED TUl'ETT- McCONNELL
Among the WaynesviHe people at-
i u.. i 1 1 ,.r- ii :
l """k i"e uui-u-aii-uiuu meeting
at Franklin Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs. O. H. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Palmer and children, Mr. and
Mrs. B. I.. Branson and son, Lester,
T.. M M M-I..-J M. .... .. T r
Caldwell and W. A. Burgin.
ENTERTAINMENT AT THE DAH
There will be an attractive pro
gram at the Dahlia Show, Thursday
evening, August the 26th, at 8.
o'clock under the auspices of the
Music Department of the Woman's
'.Club, consisting of vocal solos duets
and flower drills by a number of the
sub-debs of Waynesville, also mus:'o
by the Waynesville Orchest.-. Don't
'.mis it '' '-
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