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AYNESVILLE. HAYWOOD COUNY, jfORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, AUGUST 2(5, 1926
Volume XXXVIII. Number 30
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 if not bo Paid
Thousands of Cherokee Citizens on
Hand to Welcome Visitors.
Two of Largest Establishments in
This Section Visited By County
Haywdod County Public Schools
Mumhv. Auk. 21. Murnhv today Hendersonville News.
was the terminus of two parades of I Thirty-two Henderson county or.
progress, one starting from Asheville
and increasing in length as it passed
westward brought more than 200h
North Carolinians, and the other
starting from Atlanta brought some
Here the visitors were' welcomed
and feasted by more than 100 citi
zens of Cherokee county. The occa
sion was the celebration of the com
pletion of the Appalachian Scenic
highway from Asheville and the fin
ishing of a new stretch of hard sup
faced road between Murphy and At
lanta. The celebration here consisted
of a picnic dinner and a feast of ora
tory as the citizens of the two states
shook hands and congratulated each
other on the progress of this region.
Asheville Crowd Arrives. I
The Asheville motorcade including
some fifty automobiles, arrived in
Murphy some four hours after it had
left Battery Park Plaza 123 miles
away. It had skimmed along over a
$3,000,000 ribbon of concrete and had
been enlarged by delegations from
Canton, Waynesville, Sylva, Dillsboro,
Agent E. F. Arnold and District Hor
ticulturist Niswonger yesterday tour
ed the apple growing section of Hay
wood county and inspected two of
the largest orchards in Western North
The owners of the two orchards,
Mr. Black and Mr. Barber, conducted
the members of the tour over portions
of the orchards and allowed them to
inspect the packing houses, storage
rooms and apple sizers.
To Teachers, Principals, Superintendents and
Committeemen Haywood) County Schools:
All teachers, principals, superintendents, and committeemen are invited to attend a conference
of the entire teaching staff o the county at the Waynesville Elementary school building on Fri
day and Saturday, September j) and 4, 1926. This will be the most important general conference of
the year and the presence of very interested person is most earnestly desired.
There will be two sessions of this conference as follows:
Friday afternoon, September 8 at 2:30 oclock, the teachers, principals, and superintendents
of Waynesville township and tie city of Canton will meet for the discussion of topics that especially
concern them, f
Saturday morning, September 4, at 10 o'clock, the whole teaching personnel of the county will
assemble in joint session. In .addition to the teaching staff, all committeemen are urged to be
Lake Junaluska, Aug. 19 (Special.)
A large and appreciative audience
heard the Junaluska Double Quartet
tonight in the final musicale and
grand concert of the season.
The well balanced program present
ed by these popular singers under
the auspices of the Junaluska Wo
man's Club marked a high point in
the "entertainment week" inaugurat
ed Monday. In addition to the usual
crowd of Junaluskans there were
present a number of persons from
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lucaciib oa umutcia vx vn.auug mvcicsta iu uie piupei aummiBtianuii ui me scnuuis wm ue, Junaluska concert is always a draw-
mscussea. ine memDers oi ine isoara oi aucar.ion, tne uounty commissioners, and the mends
Mr. Arnold stated that the tourists ' of education generally are specially invited. Let us all get together in a great meeting that will
sound the key note for the year.
State Superintendent A. T. Allen, State Supervisor of Elementary Schools, L. C. Brogden,
President H. T. Hunter, of the Cullowhee Normal and other school men have been invited and are
expected to be present and deliver addresses.
The county wide plan of school improvement will be a leading topic for the entire session.
Come prepared to take notes.
Wm. C. ALLEN, Superintendent
Aug. 25, 1926. Haywood County Schools.
had found the procedure very inter
esting and educational as to methods
The apple crop, said Mr. Arnold, very
late each season receives a very light
spray of bluestone, which tends to
keep them from rotting in the pack
ing houses. He also reported that
the Henderson county farmers, in
most instances, did not give the ap
ple trees this last spray, which ac
counts for a large number of decay
ed found in the apple storehouses of
Tree Breakage Kept Down.
Another condition the tourists
found in the two orchards in the
Bryson City, Andrews, Franklin and 1 neighboring county was that of thej
other towns. The route led through very gmaii breakage of trees noted '
the supero scenery of tne Balsam and due to too heavy fruit. The owners
Great Smoky Mountains and then 'explained that eatfh year they culled
through the indescribably beautiful j tne defective apples ditectly from the
Nantahala gorge. treeSi while lightened tneir load keep-
Here the newly finished highway ing them from breakage so rapidly in
WAYNESVILLE SCHOOL TO OPEN
The schools of Waynesville town
ship will open on Monday, September
13th for regular work. The princi
pals will be in the respective schools
opened to traffic only this morning, very good season's and lowers -.ho T "
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Book lists will be given oat at this
time and all pupils are asked to re-
with a sheer cloud crowned ridge on ' the packing houses which, of course,
each side. It a no wonder t.ha Indiana r,i7fn Jnun tha nnet nf crrnHiniy
named this stream Nantahala river, I The visitors were taken over the port on thla date"
the river of the midday sun, for it is Barber orchard and Mr. Barber ex-J There wil1 a general teach
only for two or three hours in the plained to them the history of hia meeting of all teachers in the town
middle of the day that the sun's rays orchard, from a small one to that of shiP n Saturday morning, Septem
penetrate to the bottom of the gorge. 'today, consisting of approximately ber nth at 10 o'clock in the h,Kh
The shortness of the period of daily' 20 000 trees. schooL This meetinB wl11 be foHow-
sunlight had another significance ( According to Mr. Arnold, very few b a luncheon ,r the hish Sth'
in other years. It meant that as late'of the treea in tne Haywood orchards luncnroom-
as a year ago every venicie passing vUited were broken and that there
through it sloshed and bumped along would be a very fine crop obtained
at a snans pace, ine roaa was a tnja yeari
strip oi mua virtually an year,
TEACHERS FOR WAYNESVILLE
Ettas Makes Address,
The story of the transformation
Waynesvil'e Elementary School.
' i used by the largest horticulturists in Miss Collie Garner, Waynesville;
The selection of teachers for Way-
Mr. Arnold expressed the opinion nesville Township Schools has been
'that all of the farmers enjoyed the completed. The following is a list of
rluv'a nnt-infr and returned home much ihp nnmaa nf teachers and l.heir re-
wrought by paved highways was told benefitted from their observations of'spective schools:
urmmgiy oy ion o. ,iias, puousner ... ,llt;1r and fne attendance arts!
e u a i :n m: i. j i rr
" ,' a k ,, V this8ection' Miss Evelyn Keeter, Canton; Mrs.
own trip from Asheville with the fir3t , , ' . ... ... .
. . . , , .. . ., ., , Mary Shell, Waynesville; Miss Daisy
trip to Murphy of his father, the late MRS. C. J. SNOW HONORED. J Wavnesville- Miss Fiances
Kope Elias, a little more than half a1 fd' wjynesvI"e- .lss
" i Robeson, Waynesville: Miss Lois Har-
century ago. Mr3. R. E. Edwards had a verviIold Waynesville; Miss Iola Saye,
Kope Elms a young attorney from eociai gathering at her Gree'nville; s. c Mrs. Kranfes Jus.
South Carolina, spent ten days back nome Saturday morn-iir; to compli- Wavnesville.
... v..c "j ment ner euesi. rars. i. onow oi
N. C; Mr. E. J. Robeson, Waynes
ville; Miss Bessie Boyd, Waynesville;
Mrs. J. L. Kellett, Waynesville; Miss
Annette Hurst, Winchester, Ky.; Miss
GREAT EXCURSION TO WASHINGTON.
C. M. Hill of Atlanta, city pas-
Jocelyn McDowell, Waynesville; Miss aenger agent. Southern railway,
Louise Edwards, Cedartown, Ga.; 'spent several hours here Wednesday,
Miss Cora Lee Cheatham, Newberry, arranging for the great excursion to
S. C,i Mrs. J. C. Patrick, Waynes- Washington, D. C, on September 7.
ville; Miss Monnie McDonald, Lilling-jMr. Hill came here from Lake Juna
ton; Mis3 Frances Phares, Shelby- luska, where he has been for several
ville, Ind. i week mapping out routes and ar-
Colored School. I ranging schedules for summer vb-
C. P. Patton, Waynesville; Emma itors at the Southern Assembly
ing card here and tonight's perform
ance was no exception. The audienco
was enthusiastic in its reception and
demonstrated its appreciation of the
high quality of the program as well
as its rendition and the deep personal
regard in which the members of thr
Junaluska Double Quartet are held.
The generous silver offering was
turned over the the Junaluska Wo
man's Club who sponsored the enter
tainment and will be applied by them
to the improvement work they carry
on at Junaluska.
To ccm.-xliment the members of
the Doubt." Quartet and aj a mark of
appreciation of the courtesy of the
singers in giving the Thursday night
concert, the Junaluska Woman's
Club entertained the Double Quar
tet at dinner Wednesday at Eat-a-Bit,
the popular tea room operated by the
club. Mrs. J. A. Bulloi-n of Mont
gomery, Alabama, recently elected
president, and Mrs. Olive Stubbs of
Sumter, S. C, were seated at the
table with the singers, as joint host
esses on behalf of the club.
The music, always a prominent
feature at Lake Junaluska, has been
Dawson, Waynesville; Mary
Dykes, Waynesville; Lillian A.
Cane, Tuskegee, Ala.
The approaching excursion to tinusua"y fle this year, and proba
Washington, according to Mr. Hill, is
the last of the season, and no pains
will be spared by his road to make
bly never in the history of the as
sembly has there been such unquali
fied appreciation of this feature, said
SERVICE AT THE METHODIST this the pleasantest trip of the year to be thc distinguishing mark of
CHURCH. It0 the nation's capital. Greatly re- L"kle Juna,usla as compared with
The Sunday evening service of theiduced rntes wi be in force. ,)erson. other summer assemblies. But only
Methodist church will be in charge ay conducted trains and schedules have ,llp sIlecinl concerts been out
of the Epworth League. An inter- arranged with special reference to s,anding in merit, but the daily mu-
esting program has been arranged, convenience of excursionists from sa' whu'n hf,s featured every plat
giving a report of the Junaluska Canton, Waynesville, Bryson Citv, form Proram tnis summer, has been
conference. There will be special Svlva nl j,i r, .v;'i, accorded the highest praise.
music. You are cordially invited to places the reduced rates annlv will 'rnc following program was ren-
SPECIAL PREACHER IN (J RACK
The Rev. E. J. Pipes, Rector of St.
Agnes' Church, Fraiikiin, N. C, will
be the special preaJher at the ek'ven
o'clock service on Sunday morning. (
August 2'Jth, in Grace Fpiscop.il
make the excursion esneciallv at-."l'rp1 tonight:
tractive. Mr. Hill requests that' Musicale by thc Southern Assembly
persons desiring further information Double Quartet, Lake Junaluska, N.
than that contained in the advertise- c- Thursday, August 10, lJ2t, 8 P.
ment in another part of this paper. M- Andrew Hemphill, Director, Mary
will write to him at Lake Junaluska, Douthit, Pianist.
care Southern Assembly.
At 10 A. M. in the Pari-'i House, I
coach the 200 miles from Morganton Norfolk virinia who Was before ' wazeiwooa scnooi. , tne Hon. r.x-oongressman i . k. j
)n Mnmhv hpre to make hi hum. ', ' ' tt i t i. t ' Ir- B- O. Aiken, Durham; Miss Thomas will continue his serks of
to Murpny nere vo maice nis nome. ,er marriage, Miss Hazel John form- . ... ... .
His son traveled the 123" miles from erlv of this nlace A v-rv delhrht- V8 Patterson Waynesville; M.ss Ad-talks on The Bible. The subject for
Aat,.'iio tn .!,.toi.i,,i ... ..... die McDonald, kuiington; um iseiie Sunday in ' overdaies tsiuia, iti
' 1UI 1UIILIICU1I W3 DCHCUi
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPER
01 ine ueorgia mgnway ana spoxe oi tne vaiue oi ' ' ' ii, :
, ,. , . i . . . 'Florpnr-B Price T Ako JiinnluskA Miss "ve o clock in fine trim and went
and a candidate th s great scen e route connect ng ' orellce "ice, Lake Junaluska, wiss
. Flora Rnthhnno T nkp TnnBlilskn-v.eamP In tne city where they t
nomination for Canada, Mam and New Oreans. lora "athhone, L,ake Junaiuskaps i j
.' 'Mi T.nr. Mow WrOnH T.Vo .Tuna. Iished headquarters for the peri
making in less than half an hour dis- number of friends motored over from
tances which Kope Elias doubtless Asheville for the occasion. Thoste i
spent a day in traversing. (present were: ' Mesdames R. E.
The piece de resistance of the picnic LewiSi j. B. Long, Chas. F. Morris, '
dinner was Brunswick stew prepared Etnel Sims, C. J.Edwards, T. F. Ed-1
by a cook who has gained, fame in'wards G. W 0akes and Mrs. W.
three counties by his skill with this Willis of Miami Fla.
one dish. And along with the stew
was served almost every other kind t topic was "Building Western North
of delicious food prepared by a com- Carolina."
mittee of women of Cherokee county. I Weaver's Addrtss.
rrogram ol speeches. Congressman Weaver spoke on
The speakers scheduled for today, "The Measure of the Value of Im
included O. Max Gardner of Shelbv. nrnved Hio-hwavs." He conoratulated '
referred to by his friends as the next "Mr. Marvel on the completion of thc Jen,,ie Whitson, Oteen.
governor of North Carolina, and John North Carolina portion of the scenic
N. Holder, chairman of the Georgia highway and spoke of the value of
State Highway board
for the Democratic
governor oof that state. F11ino. a. if haa tho Annalar-hiar, Miss Lura May Noland, Lake Juna
Marvel Presides. range, he said, it has grown in popu- luskai Miss Eva Price' Waynesville;
Roscoe A. Marvel, of Asheville. larity with the tourists and the.Mrs- R- L-Lo"S. Lake Junaluska;
president of the Appalachian Scenic charm of Western North Carolina will , "llss upal tteeves- -aKe J.
highway association and chief pro- lead many of them to tarry longer
motor of today's celebration presided, or become permanent residents.
The" address of welcome by Mayor' Other Speakers.
Frank S. Hill nf Mumhv. was rn- Than -rama th nrAsiHonts rha
sponded to by Frank T. Reynolds of chambers of commerce at the cities , KirPatr!ck' Waynesville;
Atlanta. VThen followed addresses by at each end of the highway. Holmes
newspaper publishers from the two Bryson of Asheville, and W. D. Hoff
ends of the highway. Maj. John S. man of AtlanU. Henry D. Hoffman
Cohen, president and editor: of the of 'Atlanta, Henry H. Estes of Gains
Atlanta Journal and Charles A. Webb, ville, president of the Georgia di-co-publisher
of the . Asheville Citizen, vision of the Appalachian Scenic high
Chairman Holder spoke on "con- way association, told "What the Ap-
trnction nf interstate hio-hurflVH'' and naYhian fimnii : hfo-hvav mpiiii tn
James G. Stikeleather f Ashevilla. ' Nnrth Reo'nrla" and Mnvor TatW nf .Trueblood, Hertford, N. C
ninth district told of "Buildinr the m. Ashevill.Montrl mntnr rarl nf1 Miss Winnie Price,
Appalachian Scenic highway in North 1927." The last speaker was W. T. .'118
Carolina," next came Mr; Elias, whose Winn of Atlanta. . .. .1 '. .' High School. . .
. Mr. Paul W. Townsend, Elk Park,
Miss Virginia W. James, of Knox
ville, has arrived to begin her work
as supervisor of the elementary I
schools of the county. Miss James
was selected some two or three weeks '
Jlirn fnr thin niwitwtn artA arrivU,l
Miss 'Catholic (Dauai) IGO'.i. This promises . , , , .
... , . , t ' 4. last week and has been in confer-
iuiss to De one' oi tne most interesting
(a) "A Dream" Liszt
(b) Caprice Espngnel Moskzuwski
"Land Sighting" Grieg
(b) "The Little Hills
Anderson, Springfield, Tenn.; Mrs. Matthew's 1537; The "Great" Bible
Samuel Knight, Hazelwood; Mrs. J. 1539; Geneva 1500, and the Roman
W. Kirkp:. trick, Hazelwood;
Janie Tucker, Waynesville;
(c) "Spring Song of
t . f u
ence wini luiss name rarrott, ot
, the State Department of Education,
and Superintendent Wm. C. Allen, of
the county schools, is laying plans
tr tit r 1 ,,;!!.
Miss Frances Game:, Waynesville;.
Miss GusSie Martin, Woynesville; Miss
rrnnfPK .innnsnn I f.iiwr-i I 11 ism . .
Miss ot their western tour without mis- ' me inauagement oi
hap, 2fi Craven farmers, headed by schools. She comes highly recom-'
i . . ... .nnA,l I U U.. U .ii.i. .1 .
I ake Junaluska School I -' a- f rls. county agent, arrived in mc "y "- oiuie uejiauneiu
M. B. Madison, Jr., Webster; Miss , Waynesville Tuesday evening about ( of education and the authorities of
and went intj,t,,c lucbi nom hhiui miu u uus a
Her work will be amjng the teach-
ers of the elementary schools prin-
Dorothy Price, Waynesvil'e; Miss studies in this quarter, and cvery
Mary Ruby Davis, Maggie; Miss Julia body is invited to attend.
Tucker, Waynesville. The Rector, Rev. Albert New, will
East Waynesville School. : celebrate the Holy Communion at f
, , ..,.'.. m,...: :.! :"'m f .""Pervision.
iur. w. i.. mcracii'.'ii, v aviiesviiit;, . . . .
FARMER-TOURISTS ' -tllss James is a graduate oJ :-mitn
REACHED WAYNESVILLE College with a master's degree and
Coverinir the four hundred miles "as had several years of successful
Eula Patterson, Waynesvi
Woman "from Schanewis, Cudman
Mrs. Madison Adams
"Heavenly Aida ' (from Aida)
dquarters for the period of
their stay in Western Carolina, Mr.
Faris stated. The trip is being made cipally in buildinug up
on board two Craven school buses. 'centers, improving the
The return will be made by way of .instruction, and in helping to make
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Miss Lilliah Hooks, Fremont; Miss -"."" umnuui:, muiinsuun iraviiuiB sum ui wis county a
Mary Hooks, Fremont; Miss Kutn . i w.t nuimuaicu, iivm iiin.iu uiavunic iui n. uener-j
Noland Wavnesville: Miss Annie D..t0 the Party.
Alien s Creek School,
Mrs. W. M. Eller, Hazelwood; Miss
Debrada Fisher, ! Hazelwood.
Ratcliff Cove School.
Miss Reba Fisher, Gretna, Va.;
Miss Hazel Creasman, Waynesville.
', Quinlantown School.
Mr. 'T. A. Trueblood, Mrs. T. A.
Side trips out of Waynesville will
ment of schools. Superintendent 9
Allen says that he is going to set
include visits to the creameries and big tasks before the teachers of the
other industries of particular interest 'county and is going to expect big.
to the party. The New Bernian, New results this year. With Miss James FARMERS
1. (a) "Chorus of the Song of Ja-
phet Anton Kobinstein
(!) "The Hunters' Horn" (from
I. a Sonanibula)
1. (a) "Fallen Leaf
(b) "False Prophet" .
(c) "The Wordly Hope (In a Per
sian Garden) Lehiinim
Mrs. J. Dale Slentz
. (a) "Like th? Rosebud," Larorge
(b) "Trees" Ka-ba.-h
(c) "A Spirit Flower, Camphe'l
Mrs. R. J. Cooisey
5. (a) "Armorer's Song," (Robin
(b) "Myself When Young" (from
in PersiaYi Garden) Loliman
J. Dale Stent.'.
"Goin' Home," (from New Wo-11
Symphony) . ..Dvorak
J to help put the teacheis on edge and!
irtesies eager for big things, he is confident'
CAR LAOD TOMATOES TO
Bern, N. C.
At Waynesville many courtesies
were shtown the tourists bv Wavnes- that ereat and lastimr result a mint I
ville Chamber of Commerce and Hon. 'be accomplished this year. j On Wednesday of this week a solid
Charles R. Thomas, formerly of New! car load of Haywood county toma-
Bern, Craven county. I ON BUYING TOUR. jtos were shipped to points in Florida
' 1- I Mr- David Simons, our popular j The Haywood Farmers Federation
PICNIC AT MAX PATCH. Waynesville merchant, leaves Sunday is putting the products of our county
Mi C. Boyce will have a picnic for an extended northern trip to pur-, before the South.
Saturday, September 11,1926, at Max chase his fall and winter stock of It is a growing organization and
Patch- ready-to-wear and dry goods. . means much t this community. .
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