Oppcriu Natural Resources Per the location of Manufacturing Industries
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Volume XXXVIII. Number 46
A A Y N ESYILLE, HATWOOD COUNY, NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1926
$2.00 Year in Advance, 12-50 If sot m Paid
MR. C. G. LOGAN APPOINTED ON STENTZ RESIGNS AT LAKE JU
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE NALUSKAj PLAN EXPANSION
Mr. C. G. Logan, prominent civic Methudist Assembly Leaders in Sea
leader of Waynesville, has been ap- aion Rer Map Out Program for
pointed by President C. M. Graham 1927 H. J. Sloan in Charge.
of the American Water Works As- '
ociation, as a member of the legis- Asheville Times.
. r. a a - a it a.: a
lative committee of North Carolina p me resignation oi.
to represent this section in tha In- ' Dale Stents as business manager,
terest of the important stream gag- aecretary and treasurer of the Sou
ing, ground water, and repreeenta- term Methodist Assembly at Lake
tion legislation which the organixa- Junaluska, and the projection Of
tion is sponsoring ia, the coming P1bm for an elaborate expansion oT.
general assembly. Mr. Logan has Program 'or the assembly of 1927
accepted the appointment. ' were featured at the jneeting of thej
It is reported that the advisory commission of Southern Methodist
budget commission has already re- Assembly, Incorporated, which was
fused to recommend a substantially keld at the Battery Park Hotel Mon-,
increased appropriation to the De- dy evening.
partment of Conservation and Devel- Th material expansion planned for
opment for street gaging work. So th assembly headquarters in 1927 is
it seems advisable that the section Part of proposed program of prep-
arrange to have a special bill intro- aration looking toward putting the,
duced in the legislature tarrying the P1" in shP ted over-in'
jij i .l.. 10nO fn th Snill-Vicrn MAthnitiat FnU-1
uesiruu appropriation iot mis pur-
If it Vt niv Kw monu f hat am t
p .J k1
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It is with a keen sense of pride In
our fellow citisen that the Waynes-
ville MounUineer published the an-
nouncement that Mr. Logan has re-
ceived this appointment. Perhaps
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community so well posted on the
water works subject. He is always
an enthusiastic and progressive ad-
vocate of developing our wonderful
water powers and he is largely re-
sponsible for the best waterwork svs-
tem in Western North Carolina, that
of Waynesville township,
SULGRAVE CLUB MET WITH
HON. JAMES R. BOYD, OUR REP
RESENTATIVE oaiuva iv. uujru, in mi unci-
view with a representative of the
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Mountaineer, pointed out that in a
few weeks the legislature of No
Carolina will convene in- Raleigh.
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lcw ie icgiomvuie ui nurui
He wishes to let it be known to
all his constituency that if thev de-
sire anv special legislation or have
any special interest in the coming
legislature to let him know their de
sires or opinions at once.
This is Mr. Boyd's second term and
he is on many important committees.
He informed us that he is in favor
of the State of North Carolina mak
ing an appropriation for the propos
ed Smoky Mountain National Park.
MR. L. M. RICHESON
In our write-up about the Suncrest
Lumber Company last week, we
failed to publish the name of Mr. L.
M. Richeson. Many of his friends
have called our attention to this. It
was purely an accident. Mr. Rich-
uson was on ine trip ana was one OI
the most enthusiastic guests of the
ounciesi. numoer company. -
Mr. Richeson is connected with the
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Junaluska Tannery and is an ar-
dent advocate of more payrolls for
this county. At one time he made
the remark that when the Creator
made the great forests and grew
the magnificent trees He put the
tanic acid in the trees for the bene-
fit of mankind just as much so as
growing the forests for their scenic
Dr. Edward King wishes to correct
nn onnnnnomonf nf an nrfhnooH.v
clinic which was made for the fourth
Saturday in December in Waynesville.
This date falls on Christmas day, and
Dr TTnior will n Af prima f r Wovnoo.
ville to hola'a clinic on that day.
There will be no more clinics in
Waynesville until further
Dr. King is holding clinics in
Asheville, the next one being on De-
cember 18th, at 'Biltmore Hospital.
Those in charge will be -glad to' see
anv eases needing attention at this
clinic and the clinics which are to
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GRACE ' CHURCH - TO HAVE
Rev, Rolla Over of Trvon. M C.
will hold services in Grace Episcopal
church on Christmas day, and also
on Sunday, Dec. 26th. All church
members are urged to attend these will publish the last issue for the
services and members of all otherXear 1926. . ;
This "following our usual custom.
. ' - . .'Tin h.yH.bm mill Iw dated Decern -
For the cause that lacks assistance, ber 23rd and December 30th.
"Gainst the wrongs that need resis-!
For the future in the distance.
And the good that we can do.
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copal church to be owned and con
trolled by the church throueh the
eencral southern conference.
Sloan Now in Charre.
The office of Mr. Stentx, whose
resignation was effected in order to
mov Asheville and engage in an-'
oer line of work, will be filled
temporarily by H. J. Sloan, of Way-
nesv'1'6. member of the commis'-
sion, until arrangements can be maHo1
for 8 Permanent official to take!" vwwa nw n vnv
charge. j NEWSOF CLYDE
The members of the commission " .
attending the meeting Monday night ..J1 d of Tfl26 wuld be
were: Bishop James Cannon, Dr. W. JB ft mlv ZieT of the
r- ew- President of Uuke Univer-
sity: H- J- Sloan,- of Waynesville;
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L. A. Cole, of Charlotte; Edwin L.;e, " ' "TZ "I
Brown, of Asheville, and Mr. Stentz.
OtW mWa nf th.. ,n,mia,inn
who were not present are: J. R.
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repper, president or tne commission
and also head of the Southern Meth-1
Sunday school board,
was prevented I rom attending by the
Illness of his daughter; Bishop W.
yj Ainswovth. of Macon. Ga- Bishon
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REPORT OF THE BEST KEPT
'seriously' ill with the 'loathsome di.s- J- E- Henderson gave an interesting
The best kept school contest which ease Ab0ut 75 people in the town ta,k ,on the rlaE
has been under the auspices of the and township have recently been vac- Mrs. Seaver, leader for the after
Waynesville Civic League for the c;nated and it is believed many more noon, read a splendid paper on The
past two years has awarded the wju goon prefer vaccination to small- Women of the Revolution,
banner to the Lake Junaluska school pox and thug do their duty in putting Mrs. Jere Davis read the President
for the month of December. , a stop to tlle sprend of the very un- General's monthly letter. The sub-
inis contest is a splendid plan. It
inspires the children to cleanliness
and tidiness and to have pride in their
own surroundings. a committee
consisting of members of the Civic
League visits each elementary school
ne banner to
the township once
"u h.his a ii..u3un.e uanner iu
the school which has the most M-
t.mwvB ,,u mr. pi Bt,i001. l -u
tractive and best kept school. This
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not only includes the class rooms,
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but the corridors and auditoriums as
'i-ghest -this month are:
Lake Junaluska, general aver
East Waynesville, general av-
yliazelwood, general average -.
Waynesville Elementary gen-
era) average 93.76
Tl,o pnn,-nt . ;n n hnl
averaging 98 and up are as follows:
Lske Junaluska school, rooms 1. 2.
3, 4, 5, 7 special mention.
East Waynesville,' rooms 1, 2, 3. 4,
u,ij ry, k n x ft i
Waynesvilhs, rooms 'l, 3, 4, 7.'
ATTRACTIVE STORES AND WIN-.
Tne mechants of Waynesville have
prepared for the Yule Tide season as
never before in the history of Way -
Most every window is most artis-
' ' arranged and the shelves,
'showcases and interior have the true
Christinas appearance. It would be
impossible to single out anyone store
because most all of them have mml -
mted the cobwebs and "gotten" the -
real Christmas spirit. Buy at home
this season and see how much money
nu ran save.
ONE MORE PAPER THIS YEAR
n December JJ3rd, next weeK, we
All legal notices should be dated in
accordance with these issjes.
j ' We will not publish between Christ -
mas and New 'Year..
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DoLL5 PLAKTCO (N REAL
tSTATE WILL INSURE ONK
Cout tut Kim you wvtsr
NOW IN CHPUSTrtAS SCALft
Win. VDfMXJCC THr Mrrrrs
return m MLftne to otMDMir(rf
TO YOU AND MAItV OTHCRJS
,. that PftirtLeu hdm;-
l v HEALTH" IMPPINeaft AND
W LOHOrVITY THRO THC
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W M V TIMS VI I I a IVI fill II 1 H I llCf.I . INK HI 1 LCI
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B" tou,uy pRt,e' 1 e
i Institute, preached a splen-
Haywood Institute, preached a splen
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did sermon at the Baptist church last
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The M- E- Sunday scho1 wl" hav"
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tt v. in invinns lire i iiuajf evening,
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i a at whipn time 1'roi. l.. a.
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will de ,yer an .ppropmw
n,flress 10 tne aengnt ana enincation,
of " lar8c audience.
During the last three
tunpliu Clvrlo tnwnshin has had about
,.,offi,', o00c n mollnv n,r,'
mild, some severe. Uncle George
t to .a hi. !f. f hv. lwrt,:
Mr rhaa A Mnnnpu'a S7.000.0i)
"Pe8idenee in East Clyde is nearing
completion. It as credit to Mr.
Mnnnev and tho town
Mr' ,C- C' Sf?dfrd '?recting "
Up-t0-date reii'dence " h,s town lot
. . , .vnftl1 TnsHtte nron.
crty and N. c. West ha3 just move,i
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'"to his very excellent new home in
. . .; ev,,ellent new home in
Eagt . and thus c, de continues
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On Dec. 31 Miss Anne Terrell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Terrell of Clyde will be married to
'Prof. Ed B. Carroll of Mizpah, N. C.
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riul. Vvailun 13 caul in lcliiei mill
, b . . .
a member of a very prominent fam-
"y ? n . so"8 " '
B'uuaies. OTiss lerren,
lal"el , d" eAi'LI1 eK"'K''
not only attractive and well ed-
.ucated, but is very popular and highly
y all who know her,
. On the first Monday m this month
S" B- Medford took the oath of
'; '"f as. one. oi v . magiavraiea .
v "f " -
years, having been appointed at the
'st sesslon, 0l. legislature oy
i"eiuuve os. i.
a? also qualified as coroner of Hay-
wood county " which capacity H
...Ill l. a L..i. n 4-
will not act, but will officiate at
,nurl 'gcs ana continue to .
matrimonial prognostication accord-
-ing.:to;moon signs, whichwith him
falleth not of verification. Joe Vance,
v-k-b, -i. .m .......
- Byrs.. are the other magistrates of
woe lownsnip. , ; .
Dr- s- B- Medford has sold nis ,n -
terest Uyde Pharmacy to nis aon,'
Dr. DeVere K. Medford who has nad
fourteen years first, class drug store
j experience in Texas and Oklahoma,
naving ootamea license irom eacn
state board and also recently from
;the North Carolina State Board of
Pharmacy. He has been here a month
' and 4 he and his brother, DeVoe are
.doing, a nice business in a building
25 by 80 feet thoroughly equipped
with modern fixtures and an np-to-
date Kne of goods usually found in
.a first class drug store.
4 AA0VOOH3W1NC3. fvrST
you to CHxrt twi nnroins
Ann ixuhiks or. ;
ja 's rwDERN otf tin-
D A R MEETING Matney gave a most enjoyable organ
V, A. kjim.hm. o m
The reKuIal. monthly mecting 0f"The Touch of His Hand on Mine,"
the Dorcas Bell Love Chapter, D. A. "owed by prayer lead by Mrs.
R-. wa, held at the home of Mrs. T. Stent! and a consecration service.
L. Gwvn Dec. 8th.
The meeting opened with singing
America. Th. ' Fla. Salute and
. imor; r,.oH a. th, ,).,,
was absent there were no minutes.
The treasurer, Mrs. Abel, gave her
a letter was read irom Mr. una.
! AKpviiHtViv memhor nf Pnnirrm
7Z2 A' o..a TZ ..: IVu'a
from the 3rd District, sayinsr he had
HPnt s innv nf The Amoripnn Crppil
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A motion was made and carried
tRat a letter of thanks be written
A note was read from Mr.
Ml'. rhas- Padgett.
At the conclusion of business Mrs.
ject being Christmas.
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weisix visitors." Among them Mrs.
D. A. Maker, a lormer regent of the
; Dorcas Bell Love Chapter. She
n a Tinl-.v w,, nf thp
a few wolds "d called us "a
wonderful chapter," which we appre-
Aft;r the meeiing adjourned the
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hostess served a delicious salad
t u..w t ,o.u
nri-tirea Tho novr munlinn nit 1 1 hn
L. M. LONG.
TRADE AT HOME AND HELP
Every dollar you spend at home
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gives an added return every time it
realize that a community around a
town or city is built up or torn
down by the way its people, both
other Take the Wai .dealer in
hardware farm impiemet8, shoes,
, , ,r ,ut f
he ca render the Iocai farnlev
& K..eatel. 8cpvice than the dealer
in a town twenty miles away or in
thQ cjfy 50Q mi,eg awgy because hfi
lurns alflund and spends the doilai.
he from the fgrmer on food
that the farmer rafaes and on woo)en
ciothing that came from the farmer's
sheep. Each local dollar spent at !
home is turned over and over to
'make.more buginesSf and each deal
flu .he farmer who orJginaliy
. .. w
man and chiid in that community.
Better streets, lights, sewers, schools,
'churches, water systems, celebrations,
'etc., all help make it a more pro-
gJ town and a better commu-
r.ity in which to live and trade.
The Waynesville Mountaineer,
i Waynesville, N. C.
j Please find check enclosed in payr
ment for November printing.
I think you charged me most rea-
sonable for that work.
A. C. MESSER.
METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCI
On Thursday a most enthusiastic
all-day meeting was held in the
Methodist church for all officers of
the Missionary Society of the Way
In spite of a very inclement day,
there were about sixty-five visitors
from Franklin, Bryson City, Sylva,
Cullowhee, Clyde, Canton, Bethel,
Long's Chapel and Lake Junaluska.j
The meeting opened at 10:80 with
Mrs. J. D. Stentz, District Secretary,
presiding. The devotional exercises
were conducted by Mrs. H. A. Dun
ham of Asheville, Corresponding
Secretary of the Western North Car
olina Conference. Mrs. E. J. Robe
son, in her usual gracious manner,
made the address of welcome. -Group
meetings were held by the different
officers, when plans for the coming
year were discussed.
The meeting adjourned at 12:30
for a most delightful lunch prepared '
by the ladies of the Methodist '
At 2:00 fhe ladies arain ommed
the meeting by a most interesting and
inspirational devotional service con-
ducted by Mis WilUs of Lake Juna"
Rev. P. W. Tucker, Presiding El-
,der, made a splendid talk on lines
! to the district. Mrs.'
Under he capable and efficient
leadership of Mrs. Stentz as secre-
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tary, during the past year, the dis-
trict has progressed alone all lines.
nd the result of this meeting will
be felt during the com.ng yea.
jinrougn ine iorwaru siens iaKen at
THE BETHEL SENIORS PRESENT
PLAY NEXT WEEK
( real good teacher.
For five weeks the senior class of Dear Santa, I want you to bring
Bethel has been working diligently lne a Mama doll, a pair of gloves,
on "The Hoodoo." They have shown
splendid class spirit and now, as the
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i cnc;ii uie jifitiiiiy i I'fuun,
they plan to give next Tuesday even
ing, Dec. 21st, one of the best enter-
tninments ever staged at Bethel. I
A tame audience is exnected and i
nromi.e of two and a half hours of
pleasure is confidently given.
AND MRS. N. M. MEl)KO!t;
One of the prettiest parlies of the
ea'' Christmas season was a card
nnrtv trivpn hv Hi, nntl M rs. N.
Medford at theil. ,ovely h()nle on Lve
, nn , nnn M- S(J Plllllin y,,,,,, ,h.
te,. an(, m McNuL fhe
hom wl,s (.k,v,,1., (lecorate(1 for
the occasion with the season's colors
a:ul evergreen.-. Wreaths were Hung
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flom the chandeliers and baskets of
nol'y placed at points of advantage.
Four tables were arranged for
bridge and two for set-back in the
living room and library, and attrac-
live Christmas tallies were presented
Ihe guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Burgin. Mr. and
M.s. Guy Massie, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Abel. Misses Francis Harris, Mary
Lewis McAaul, Pauline Maugnlei,
Helene Mease, Louise Slaughter of
Canton, Fannie Campbell, Sara and
Dorothy Thomas, Messrs. P. D.
Myzeck. Wid Medford. Simmons Med-
ford, Joe Doggett, Jeff Reeves. Roy
t.anipbc!l, Johnnie Bishop, Bill Hyatt
Medford, assisted bv Miss
Pauline Slaughter, served her guests
a delicious ico course and coffee.
MUSIC SOCIETY AT METHO
Star of .Bethlehem, a sacred
coma"a wul ce ,vV'n 0V
n09V,Ue muslc c,uh cn Su"day even-
ing at 7:45 at the Methodist church.
A silver offering will be taken for
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A GREAT PROVINCIAL
Nature pays no tribute to aristo-
cracy, subscribes to no creed or caste,
renders fealty to no monarch or mas-
ter of any name or kind. Genius is
no sno- lt does nt run aer titles
or seek'by preference the high circles
of society. It affects humble com-1
pany as well as great- It pays no
special tribute , to universities or
learned , societies or ; conventional
-standards of greatness, but serenely
chooses its : own comrades, its own
haunts, its own cradle even, and its
own life of adventure and training,
WAYNESVILLE HAS A CHORAL
Members of the various local
church choirs met at the Waynesville
Elementary school Tuesday evening
to organize a choral club. This
club will be under the directorship
of Mr. Shackleford, the musical di
rector for the township schools, and
will be a civic organization, but with
no connection with any other club.
There have been a great many
rWynesville people invited to join
this club and anyone who wishes to
help or learn the incidentals of music
are welcome. Only a few attended
the first meeting but many more are
expected to join later. Those pres
ent were: Misses Ida Jean Brown,
Sue Willard LinoVley, Nell Ander
son, Lois Harrold, Bishop, Braxton
' Kirk, Price, Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick,
Mr. Madison and Mr. Shackleford.
The next meeting will be Jan. 8.
SANTA CLAUS LETTERS
I Waynesville Route No. 2.
wil1 lte vou for the first t'.
1 am a lltt,e ,rl fifteen years old. I
Bm gJ'n? t0 8cho1 eVery day- 1
sure do have a good teacher. I am
" the seventh Krade. a"d I hke school
oh Santa! I want you to bring me
a Pair of gloves, some candy and
and blg d and j
will be very glad if you will. Please
don t forget al of my friends an.t
my brothers and sisters. I am go,nK
Waynesville Route No. 2.
This is the first time I have ever
written you. You sure have been
good to me Old Dear. I am just
a l"'e f " of fifteen summers, go-
ing to school every day and I have
some oranges and candy. Remember
" my seho01 mates. 1 am going to
pvnni't vnn hp cnnH fn nil nf thprn
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Your little friend,
Waynesville Route No. 2.
We ae going to write you a letter
for the first time. We are just wet-
boys of fifteen summers. We go to
school al tlhe time. We are just a-
good as we can be.
Dear old fellow, we want a popgun,
,. ,, ,. .nni ,. s..nta
remember all our friends.. We wilt
G ROVER McELROY.
MRS. de NEERGAAKI)
Mrs. Caroline de Neergaard de-
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clu5 at nor home on Walmil street
iast Thursday afternoon. This bein-
the afternoon for recreation bridg..
WBS enjoyed by the members. Tw
tables were set for playing,
After several progressions Mrs. (!
Neergaard served delicious refiesli-
ments. Those present were: Mca-
,!,, hv I In II .i..o R Th.,,,-.
joh N. Shoolbred, Dave A. Baker,
Charles R. Thomas, M. Her. Reeve i
and Miss Rcbina Miller.
MUSS MllfHJSLL HOSTESS TO
Miss Jane Love Mitchell dclighi-
fully entertained the. Tuesday -Bridir
club at her home on Love lsus. lv.:
home was beautifully decora'.ed with
vases of holly. Attrattiv
Claus baskets holding pecvin'i nn'l
candy wcie placed on the tables ..n l
the tallies wete in keeping with tin
Miss Janie Reeves held ton score
at the conclusion ot the game an.1
waa presented a inter manuu- n
Miss Mitchell served R tcmr.ting-
The regular members playing
were: Mesdames John P. Swift, Jr.,
Haves Allev. Marcurpt. - Holland.
MiRiies n,an' Biark Janie Reves
an(1 T,orothv Thomas. Mrs. Bew
Penny and Miss Margvct Serums
WCre illvited guesta
Mrs. C. M. Dicus, Mrs. James R.
Thomas and Mrs. J. P. Dicus mo-
tnrcd to Asheville Thursday for the
. Miss Mary Ella Anslcy spent tho
week-end in Asnevuie witn Miss An-
nie Welch at the White Houfe Inn -
and with Miss Helen Bu?h.