Opportunity's fmpire-Wayiiesville Altitude 2,802 Feel--lJnsurpasfced Natural Resources For the Location of Manufacturing Industries
Volume XXXVIII. - Number S8
. UMCSVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNY. NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1926
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Having had a large "number of In
quiries from various sections of the
State for information as to who are
the Democratic candidates this yar,
-we are enclosing a list of all Demo
cratic candidates for ' State offices,
for Solicitor and for Congress as cer
tified by the State Board of Election.
We believe it will be an interesting'
news announcement and at the same
- time, we believe, there are thousands
of Democratic voters who do not have
full information yet as to the .Demo
cratic candidates on the State ticket,
Nfor Solicitor and for Congress. ,;
Democratic Candidates for deberal
Election on SUte Ballot " '';
For United States Senator, Lee S
For Member of Corporation Com
missioner, Allen J. Maxwell.
For Chief Justice of Supreme Court,
Walter P. Stacy.
For Associate Justices of the Su
preme "Court, Heriot Clarkson. W. J,
Brogden, William J. Adams.
For Judge Superior Court, third
District, Garland E. Midyette.
For Judge Superior Court, fourth
District, Frank A. Daniels.
' For Judge , Superior Court, fifth
District, R. A. Nunn.
For Judge Superior Court, seventh
District', W. C. Harris.
For Judge Superior Court, eleventh
District, Raymond G. Parker,
For Judge Superior Court, thir
teenth District, A. M. Stack.
For Judge Superior Court, fifteenth
District, 1 V (Igiesby. . ; ,
For Judge Superior Court, seven
teenth' District, rhomas B. Fihley."
For . Judge Superior Court, eigh
teenth District,. Michael Schenck.
For Judge Superior Court, nine
teenth District, P. A. McElroy. . 1
. For Judge Superior Court, Twen
tieth District, Walter E. Moore.
Democratic Candidates for Solicitor
First District, Walter' L. Small.
Second District, Dormell Gilliam. v
Third District, R. Hunt Parker.
Fourth . r-istr'ct, Claw i L. Wil
. Fifth District, D, M..CM. r ,
Sixth Distri James A Power..
! Seventh District, Leln S. Brassfleld
Eighth District, Woodus Killam. '
Ninth District, T. A. McNeill. ?
Tenth District," W. B. XJmstcad.
Eleventh District, S. Porter Graves.
Twelfth District, J. F. Sprutlt
Thirteenth District, F. Donald Phi!
lips. Fourteenth District, John G. Car
penter,'' . 1 v.v
Fifteenth District, Zeh "V. Long:
Sixteenth District, L. , Spurgeon
Spurling. - .' V
Seventeenth District, J. A. Rous
seau. Eighteenth District, J. Will Pless,
Nineteenth District, Robert ' M.
- Twentieth District, Grover C. Davis
Democratic Candidates for Congress
First District, Lindsay C. Warren. .
Second District, John H. Kerr.-
Third District, Chas. L. Abemethy.
Fourth District, Edward W. Pou.
Fifth District, Charles M. Stedmsn.
Sixth District, Homer L. Lyon.
. ' Seventh District, William C. Ham
. wer.; v.
Eighth Djstrict, Robert L. Dough-
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. . Ninth District, A. ; I. Bulwinkla. ,
Tenth District, Zebulon Weaver.
.-. BLAY LOCK -WOOD. MARRIAGE
On Wednesday, October' 27, 1926,
'.." Mr. Wm. B. Blaylock of Asheville and
. Ma trie Will Wood of Charlotte were
1 . . united ..in the bonds of holy matri
mony by Justice of the Peace R. Q.
McCracken. v The marriage was; per
formed in the "Marriage Hut" at the
" ', court house. ' .- ' v
Mrs. Blaylock- is the attractive
" daughter of Newton .Wood of Char
lotte. ' .
'The happy young couple left ,im-,
mediately after ' the ceremony foi
'. Wsshingtorj. New York, Niagana
.' Falls and Canada to spend their hon
. . eymoon. . - .;H v . .
j -f .. '; . . : '--',
The election is drawing near and
if there. ever was a time in the his
tory of our country to give this mat
ter a serious thought it is now. There
are several important issues now be
ing discussed for revision which we
all agree should claim. the attention
of those whom we may choose to rep
resent us in the law making bodies!
Good roads, which all agree is a -great
blessing to our country, but we think
there is a great need of some legis
lation with regard to the protection
of the public on our highways.1 Con
ditions have become a menace to the
traveling public and it is not safe
H. G. Stone Writes of Atlanta Motorcade
On Monday the 18th, a fine array
of curs from Asheville and . Can
ton j arrived , in Waynesville and
high, balled to Murphy for lunch,
enroute t(J ' Atlanta, Georgia to
attend the meeting of the sec
ond;. Appalachian Scenic High
way Conclave, celebrating the fact
that we. were getting somewhere
witS a hard surfaced road from
Quebec to New Orleans and Miami.
At jSylva, Bryson City and Andrews
wtiwere given oVations. -The school
Biiel Hyatt Writes
GOVERNOR SMITH AND THE
SOUTH PRESIDENTIAL NOM
in the .large display building, and
with the fine band playinsr. and the All citizens of this county both
general good feeling that prevailed men and women should avail trlem
we all ceVtainly had a big tim. ' selves of the privilege of hearing
After the barbecue we went to the two of the greatest orators in North
Anslev Hotel, where h mntnrrnA, Carolina on next Saturday night in
party were to stop, and at 8 P. M. The county court house at Waynes- jgent elimination of defective thought
we drove out to the Piedmont Driv-vine at seven-tnirty r. jm.
ing Club house for dinner and to hear , Hon. Cameron Morrison, er-Gov-'
the different speeches and to enjoy ernor of North Carolina, will deliver
the dancing afterwards. Words can an address that should renew the
hardly describe this one memorablo pride of Democratic citizens in the
evening. Everything seemed to be in progress of their state.
Southern Democrats must judge? Shi?
piesent by the past; and, prepare lor
future contingencies through iniUfli-
and action in the manipulation of
political machinery. The 1921 e.m
vention is merely so much water 'er
the dam. However, the stupidity
shown in that gathering has taaght
men that are capable of comprehend-
!L!I I J 11 ' i 1 ' . . 1 I
cniiaren ana nil we wwns oeouie i;... , xi n...
were out en masse we were deluMd TT V n iZ T " , ' , T I in Political science, the truth of that
with fresh,rnt. .11 nB,,nt '- 2' wkT""" Democrltic '8 .to'old adage: -A house divided against
wnn mresnments an along tne proJram prepared was all that one deliver one of hi oW t me inspiring .... ' . , T. -
way to AtranU. . At Murphy 200 couU MlcPfor. The tingingt the cab. Deemocratlc . ltse nn 8tn d" SJZ
itMK A mr wit fino lnnnh . - .. . . . I pressive lesson of that convention is
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a fair .rond. nH thi '.-.,- 'J.,.., w" . " ,B tne prool that tne electors were ae-
public highways. Then, the i. the . by r p,,, n( 7ro.dca8ter of Atlanta " be " J"? "fi void of representing the true spirit of
equipping of our public schools with tn v ' York Times and Mr Mor. f !r f broaacaster ol Atlanta, DemocraCy will be rampant like the Democracy. I mean by that, that a
more modern,, p-to-d.t facll some f hls two'k old days under the leadership of.united Democr,tic body of electors;
training and preparing the children TIerT was .Ct stop on ""T tT' ", ' Woodrow Wi,eon- 1 to be gathered for concerted
' j iursey. mere was. a snort stop on M(ljgt j,jm ant) j had the pleasure in JT - 4u u t , , .,,
and young people for-good citizen- t of thff B, Ridge enroute be.-- called on to do the assisting I RAT SAM NEWS ,ctlon for the lnterett ot the-
ship, all of which we as citizens and , g, d Monnt.in Minted i?-1?? ?n t0 7, T ass,stinK l BALSAM NEWS. Democratic party as a political organ.
-ku u kt , na auoa Jaountain was poimea j fejt highly honored in having some, ' . . . ,, . ,. . r.
tax payers should be proud, but wa , ,BOr , v.rv Wr.nil . ?. . o .v .a i?,.v Mo. ization, allowed religion and -sction-
m.n lcolola . small pan 10 piay in mis nisiory nouuruw omomcio c.u n - u .
ur nubli MYm tan 1,,,,k in aU t,irP0r!, U making aggregation of notables haffey were run down by an automo- ' Prohibition issoes mat are
ur public school ays- ; : .n u. ,.j- iu. v.. ni, not platform planks of the two dbmt-
f :i v.-i. ' " irom an over our ia r country, lor nne oaiuraay ingui nci - - .
d.L .w.v with 'lr?rS We "rrlVed ,n GainMvi,,e bout these conventions of this nature will hatchery and left unconscious on the "ating parties to be the .ssue Porr
doing away with tne unnecessary rea . . . .fttir KnnnpP ti,, nivi . . UI . .. i?.i, ali,H mn which they Bought to nominate a
tane that is now reauired in our lUsk. !?d. ffter SUppe' V. the, Dl.Xie V .wn in history as the pioneer roadside. When Frank regained con- . Ua, 1oaAor tVlo
think there is
tion to bring our public school ays-
tape that is now required in our
schools and demolishing some of the
Hunt Hotel, we entered into the fes- work that has paved the way for sciousr.cs, he succeeded in dragging Kt and recognized jeaaer ortne
liviti..' it,. oninrf ,A v . ..... . , . ,l. i u:. principles for which the Democratic
innAiiirir nlnriDi nffi-i1 who are -6 - greater tningS 10 Come, Via our WOoarow to me nume vi jowl., -
unnecessary salaried officia s .who are . Gainegvie proessive citizens. Lma rnJ .v.tm aj! ni a. Mr ji Mhaffev. about one-fourth Prty, system of government,
Street dancing was the main order iate j ,n directions throughout the mile away. No clue has been found 8tands- Tho electors really vwtecf
of the eveninir. thev had a snlendid -j .u tT:,j . Hrivino. fh -r. The sentiments alein to the party pfat-
drawing heavily from the school
funds which wo think could be . ap
plied more profitable in purchasing
plied more prontaDle in purcnasing . . , - . ., , v,v..v...s... BwU u...vcU o - farm- BnH not thp dominant fett-
- jr needed oJ-n ledXdTS' is zriz; s xr not th0UBht t0 be 8erl0USly
TheV there is the 'prohibition ques- cTlf " 1 Tf T W0"derf ul Weetin 8Uch S d 8UC" Mr- G' ueen ,ef 1 M"d"y .7e go To Tlventfon wi h Z
Son which is one of the most vital fwded " th W l9 of P1'"""5 cess. - Mr. Ochs of the New York spend the winter in Florida. Stthi
nd important questions that is now ,ove"- Plenty of favors and sou- Time8 wn0 wa, born in lhe gouthi Hannah Warren gpent the , '?( Z 1 I w
.. iv.- a Tf venirs were distriDutea, ana wan anA rha has alwavs a woA word in rolntivM in Canton.
i one that should daim the tten- the card bord co'red. W.o- his p.p,-,. (the Urge!lt in the worM) , Hon FeHx E AlIey made B strong
: fetti, etc., this particular street soon fnp tufl ,),. i . M. mark. h -i , bv the 1 v..., -
lion nu bbiiuus . ... j. tj:. .4 " " " " " " " FFC' ------ ITnfnrtunatpTv. nnlitpiana. of A cer
tain character, represent protestant-
mind for conditions that have long:
ceased to be a part of the lives of
Twentieth Century men and women.
... .. ftti. etf thin narticular street soon ji. ti.
n. .winoirlnMtiin OTin -- t . - HIT M HUULI1.
, , ... 11 looked line tne recera inaian iir at iv n : t. ... 1L 1 :
we as citizens snoum consider wen iu me uwiioii f'chi, juu ijqmocracy in vne pominn kciw, i"
. . . . ..' Cherokee, with all the gay colors, ana . .t . v. 1 ,, . u j v . n,m.
the character 01 tne men wno we j...! "u" " an "ooress ne .- Um Kl. K1.iXim Masonrv. r some
piacein different offis in the n.on- North Carolina and day evening Hon. Will Sherr.H and twt other 'than true
Btate and county, for it greasy are forging ahead Mr. John W. Wilson of Sylva were un,duUer(lted Democracy. The Re-
pends upon the ch.raer ana quan- h5 " fta 2 . , "LIT: - W,W w" nublic.n -organisation is
ncation 01 tne men -we pjmc vi- r . m , tt j " ' neara rar. auj upw. rpsonrrpful
fice in carrying out the. prohibition were w a they encoTlnter such dust as we had Lttl Migg Agnes Queen celebrat-
and the enforcement ,f the law. .At "g one of the young ladies' schools tQ come com-mg from ur. e.fth Saturday with a to J the
there is a strong presswe here end nothing wo.ild d- but we phyi R)d not -Jmt on ljke
: . 1 ,A .1,.. ...w;mff r
1. 1 . . i - - TiHrtv. nei kucdib 'm ii 1. , .. i. . ,
Tl.i v i. Koor. or winHU must all ffO anu can on ner tnwugn fn fM mAfip. Thp Atlnntn L" . . t.u tt.i emouonansm ana snuauons not nav-
uciiiK uuajiH w arv. ... , . iii via warren, oeuinn Dtxn, ncicn , . , .
ncation or repeal of the prohibition t was getting rather late at night. Journa, mg. Qun j ,orgot hig Cog- Jen Catherine Bryson, Guy Jones i"iT bearing on the success of tne
nn.o.f nnilhiHim Ira am. Upon going to the school and mak- nnmtm -.-Una that thev would oil . candidate. -
aw. 11 , . . . ' -r-- ana iouise uretn. "
tains ample prohibition for carrying m different bquiries . we found the dugty at Mce and would -
n the law if Miss Elizabeth Smathers attending, hnA ,nH y.av 1pflst . Aronrt . f Jrv. k
Al Smith, as is familiarly known
the la-w if Misa lizaDetn matners attenamg ,ftftn fch rf Kv. -t 1 t thrmiff)! T : Mv-fD k over the nation, has thrice been elect
ing en vv . - - . -Urtrti -wpf e served aencious ixiicouiHciua j
rnr..rlv fnreed. Now if we as a concert given by some of the school . throusrh Geortia lust as soon .v m. n i- on Tho ed Democratic Governor of New York.
voters and citizens expect or desire amateurs and the Alabama Glee M money and iabor could buiid it...... hogtegg received many pretty Yes, he is a Catholic. So was Wilson
the enforcement of the prohibition club. After it was out, wc locatec The enthosiasm was grea't at this ... a Presbyterian and Washington an
law we should go to the polls ana Elizabeth, and she seemed real Kind there waa Mr Morgan. M.gg Beth1 Episcopalian. Al Smith is not a pro
see to it that no one who is or has to see some one trom home, will thau, former Ambassador to Turker, Crawford are in the hospital at hibitionist; but, he is so Democratic
been' tainted or engaged in the whis- say that the yorung ldy has as- and :ltn6wn and internationally Franklin where they underwent op- as to believe that as an individual yra
key traffic in any way. We condemn sumed rather a rounded physiogomy, known man of consldera,bie promi. . Misg Ma Crawford is have a right to whiskey that is whole
the bootlegger for his unlawful deeds and. was really the prettiest Jookinir nenca-wno made a splendid talk. ., wi'th her gigter some to drink, without being spiked'
and many times have the purchaser young miss there among veral Others present were, Franklin Roose- Hubert Ensl'ey has returned with synthetic methanol. We all
who is" equally as guilty for if there hundred girls. We were all nfleed ye,t of om v g Government. Roscoe . g vigit to her parents Mr. and know that prohibition is impraticai'
were no purchasers there' would be no jgiad to see her looking so well and Marvel Mr- stikeather, and our w . . H Mphaffev in Henderson- ""d a national issue for consideration
gale and the whiskey traffic would go getting along so nicely, xnose tnat. wonderfi -will Bogrs. It was ' by Congress, and not a matter for
worth the whole trip to see and con- Mr and Mrg Roy Wilson of Can- solution by any candidate for tha
verse with this famous humorist. t(m were lagt week-end guests of presidency. A man's religion should
Th ladies of our party all were Mrs wiison's gister. Mrs. W. T. Lee, hve "o bearing on his political af
elated 4n their success in getting Will Jr ' filiations. Should religion become the
Mrs Bill Green and children and outstanding question, tne issues wouici
m,. THn Rrn of Asheville were ase to be political and matters of
a small crowd around a N E A R Bar tg of Mrg Lona Green last week, government and legislation; and, be
late in the evening, and after a few Vr. Minnie Teairue of Brvson City come wholly a struggle for the su-
Z . .Z ,mU drinks of P UN C H t0 hear visited' her brother, Mr. Walter Hyatt, Fremacy of some absurd cuft or mys
aoout reaoy tbe easy flow of wit that came so Sundav Iticism ... such as all religious
t that only i nr:n z y' . . ... ofinn. minniirn n; p..
nuui.iicvuiuj iiuiu ivac.o ttr&. Carrie yueen and master "-e .v.
lin. VT inf nnnaMil If it twicrlit K . . j m hvtprian flerfr Wilson? Not on v
Just a word about Stone Mountain gon,ethln the p,, that could t .SJ Mr. M,v N.VhnUnn. in more than all denominations elected
. ..th. ths (.nlnturol wnrV trnino . ... W "l j
out of business.
called were Mrs. J- W. Reed, Bins.
Tlovd Rippetoe, Mr. nd Mrs. H. G.
EN- Stone, Lebo Massie snd.one of his
charming sisters. We left Gaines
ville about 9 o'clock the next morn-
HrtaA' jiiMTn-nl. sin their rvt on 11
McCracken ing and aWivec at Stone MounUin mntd ,t i,.oV .n.T, t h in
net JVUU6 about IX. Alter stone snort au-
Miss Mary Penlani
entertained a host
friends at her home on Hazel street dresges there the motorcade
last week. The affair. was a cele- up for the fair grounds where every
bration of the anniversary 01 ner one wag about -one was
eighth birthday. The Halloween to -lt in at a barbecae that , only
motif was prevalent In decorations, Georgia people can puB off,
favors and refreshments. Various
1 a J 4.1. .f. .... ... , .
games re enjuyeu " or rather the sculptural wprK going mak, . , u go screamingly funny, p " ' H Smith to the governorship of New
ternoon, w.e . ZZ Z n on there- l " CD""'"K So I surmised that I would try jWt aJsam had her first snow of the York. To nominate a standard bearer
game m which thLV the original idea some and carry ng a few of tWg fan)oug Piedmont .iS"e . for the Demacratic party in 1928, that
Driving' Club (honey dew) punch,
papers and pins and dressed the gins out his ideas, as he sees It.
In orlsfml vipr :.tiinie-r:-xter. Ufed - thew' liiie- artisU mini? it .,, C,a u ti. ;.WTJ
which they paraded before the Jwlge to appear; that such work musfemi- t Ih ZZ 7a 'IVl
, . . , , . , . . , .-01111.. V''. (U vyH.u .11 riTl illi
will keep the party alive through
COUNTRY CLUB another presidential election, religion.
HALLOWEEN PARTY prohibition and such taboo as ismn
, n . r- nn4-1 o a ' ... . .... . . , iel
r::CS: Whe. I IntP ,. The W.yeil. Country Club will must be lef t to the children to settle
r.onr MrflrarkMi and ' liiJl ZL. "... 'tne fox trot hat tneir, 8uPDero nrt have a Halloween party on friday in tne nigh school
The Dublir- for-
I felt that I was. night, the twenty-nith of October; " um of government requires the great-
club house at est minds in the country, regardless
6f religious affiliation or personal
1. . . t ' i j. ti . . . . . a t i... 1 1
,..Vmnti mnA hresented her amests " ,, . , v li man naa anytning on me wnen 11 There.is .no strings to tne invrcn opmraiw resiuenis nave Deen 1111-
iTtt artltivt . tions. Everything is free and., good grates, of impure racml descent,
wl"r:. " . . . . . J KODt. . i-ee Wltn nis nac OH. AS a- .. . ... . x.1 VA and vpt a altiall vrnnn nt trnni-.nf fco-
f.vni . About IOrty gins ana Doys . , . ii,.. t..,.. ...r ' muwever tn .may oe exaggerawriK unw.w4u.vc V""' ' ---- v
V 1J T natterftf act. ifrjnay.haye. been out , tr to confine mv. The folloWing invitatidnk have been ings, in many instances not half the
WMt'- III vTBTTIl ba I''-i A i , anil wt-Aof .Alia fl fir I CT111 a n-Afl " .- - - - . , , .
m ....J,,' ati ilanrcro f nPrHrtVtfl nnti t , n . 11.1 tr .
ui vaiiuj. r some oroxner a ruse - oome, may i
uhT.rbororn "-t?,?; d
which was also a box or candy. ' land others may t think different. Wii ,v :.' ' , . A 0 'iff
' iii.t.. aorvad delicious re- .. . it j.- t u ii eaae Will Rogers or no other funny Hse wood at 7:30 P. M. .
. The. hostess serve delicious re. About all the difference I could see the , . . w !f -.. .'i.iM
of courtesy to our distinguished
self to facts, and this sounds also -a sent. out
man Al Smith is, "decry him as pres-
: m TuCI j Ifca J--:.t Mftle remarkable ! when I sUte that On Friday, Njghtu The., Twenty-ninth, rfentiai timber . cn account of belief
.who ,'" rV 'Ji(" v.'7. back from Atlanta in 6 Waynesville Country Club Will Be tn- theories Contrary to Democracy.
atoien J .UVC- , hours. We came from Gainesville, All Rife, Any man; -capable of governing the
v temporarily, until - another mo- . , . , : . . . . . m0 .ir,iii great Stat at New YnrV. rt.il I.
.. ua. ih jui( 1 uuurs w wa.v ui f ruiia niiiuecuiciiva ....v, - w-v....j . .
NOTICE OF STOLEN COINS
This is to notify all persons
have any of the Spanish 'coins
trnm m v dikc. wwwh ... umii . , . ...
Park to return the same imme liately. f1"" c" A lin and the road this way is O. K. ' ween) ' j of Calibre sufficient to rank with
The coins bear dale 1788-HCarlns III - At I. L.l 'iZ ' This .means that our . Florida friends We Want You There To , Be Plainly presidents of the past To quote Wil-
on. one side and ort the other the i , , y can get to Waynesville in two days Seen,
Coat of Arms of Spain. Theparties
ham Allen Whate: "There is not, ill
land We are destined to have a lot of Cider and Ginger Bread, and Chesnuts American public life today, a clearer,
MOTHER GOOSE PLAY "
A Mother Goose play' will be given
'- in the Bethel High school auditorium,
Saturday" night, October 30, 1926. The
rproceeds will . be used ' to buy song
a : books for' the school. ' Admission lo
and 25 cents..:.. :. , . . v --
'' There will be a Halloween party
staged in the basement of the school
house. Everybody : come in Hallo
ween costume. :'
P ..... .Y li 1.!- ana wg
in nossession of said coins are known . "r ""77.7 Iv-.-V j 1 ' Peop1 come to our beautiful moun- Too; v . : , stronger, more acurately working
and if they are not returned to me f J tlt-X cdtintrjr" to have their summer And Many a Girl Will Be There to brain in any man's head than Al
at once, warrants will be Issued for n W ultimately their perm.-Woo. . - ; ; ? ,; Smith's brain. His processes .of
----- ' - - r am 1 m , CrvAnU. Af rmiMa ftnfl 'nvi i tJinUfrntJI P Inoipa1 mrui ha hm tha
those failing to comply with this no- fc .side hm
tice. If any of the parent of the , T. - .1
boys condone the offense and think
that a Sacremnto Valley mining ; Mr, Fred Francis of Canton was.inl
camp is going to be established on. town Tuesday- oh business,-. , V ; ,
my property they will have another' . .. "Z
miess coming". r Mrs. J. W, Reed,. Mrs. Floyd Rip-
. - - JAS. R. THOMAS, petoe, - Mr;- and-Mrs.- ; H. C; Stone
. . - -'' - -. - went on the- recent-motorcade to At-1
' ; Mr. Lee Powell of Atlanta, Ga. was lanta via ' Murphy, and returned
v v , f Dare, '.".v jv;- -? -" ; , courage to defend them.. He has
' H. G. STONE. Aj)d 0id square Dance Will Sure striking qualities of leadership. No
: h ANNOUNCEMENT y - -J'.;-..B Thera. '.: ,"V: ''.'';: .y.t'otnep statesman in America has such
v - . " I CIsb Hou3e, 7:30 P. M. .. - powers of leadership as he, and yet he
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C Clark an- .' ' - -Is. provincial, not geographically, but
announce the birth of . a daughter v WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET because he-has not projected hiinself
Grovene Morrow Tuesday,' October rs. James W. Ferguson will be fnto the wider rang of American
the' nineteenth, nineteen hundred and hostess to the Woman's Club Thurs- issues." In a few words, Mr. White
twenty-six. Mrs. Clark before mar- day afternoon, Nov. 4, at 3:30. All suggests that Governor Smith aquaint
riage was Miss Bonnie Morrow. members requested to Dg present , (Continued on another, page.) '