JLTVliI: iviu ill XllC
Rpvivfll Servirps Xral 1
Mm v w ' a i wr a m m mi m-mm-m m m , . m . . ... .
Being Held At The Z"')u Fairn Loans Are I Three Caught, One pl i tn
J1-2R Banquet Will Be Held
Monday for handling amilieaSfn I A" """ pk.ej lu.forJ l" UH Wing Mizcll's. HP 1. r. M W I
federal crop loans in VwL ' ru,'on w each Saturday will be review! l WO ComDaninn
: !.. . . vvuu- w oM.i .,, ... if. ... M V W mjr - W M
All Civic Clubs Arc"
Taking Part In Gei
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, If
Different Preacher Speaks
Each Wight. Inspiring
tl... V 1,1 "aywood coun-
TKii Clival SPrvi whil, i...:i a err,,, 08,18 W1" be ""ade With
Ja W fhA Pr,hvAH ;k,-X T" . "Wl lpae as security.
will be continued through the rest of tai f. f;"1?""1 "e farmer can ob
4he week - with, a - different nm. .'.'V8 lmt to $400.00. Th.,
or each service. ,IID"J V 6 P''r acre on m"ra!
f For Thursday night Rev. Geore wn!Crops' ?1 P acre on tobacco
Hammond, of Canton, will preach. For I. t 011 ti uck and $25 ner
Mbe same service the colored choir of 1 nards. These are maxi-
MvuillA has nmmfauJ :.T- l"lUms and Usuallv i. .
. r--"v iv Kive 11u.wi y -"v "mount al-
weral musical selections. P L acie ls lss than the
ess than these
n 1. ... 1 l t
kest AsheviHe, will brinK a message Just whl,t h will use the money fo
I onp evanjreiiauc lines. An onp u l, ,i; i
The meeting began last Sunday L ' u '. "0t. ,ar,n iu 1931
pight. witn tne itev. U. K. McCarty, . . nmncr restriction
if Highlands delivering a splendid lnat 110 onv L'aii inciens.. tb, t,,.
Message. The Girl Scouts and Boy ?o acreage. No one who lin ,v
Scouts were present in a body, there jncomo from other source, than f,?m
beiBK over 100 of them present. The "ff can get a loan.
Imttrr was A insfni-rincr -lia T.. .
dlcCarty has been asked to prepare lonn tju1' 2'ishi" lu secure a
ft for this paper. It is expected to be ' nf1 , I out an application blank
ady to puonsn in next week's paper i notary. ne must
Dr. R. P. Walker," pastor of the f1?? a "ote- voucher and a crop
resbytenan church, is in charge of As tll0le ai'1' numerous nues-
1 votimwjo Tions to anxwni nil nf . . .
M the sen-ices.
Observed In County !
i., V i k-.hnr.Ha fh ..
w i l l wdft lfiuiiriitwi in tiaru-nni
- - - ' J " vuuii-
last Mondav was uoll nno..
Wednesday. 'Posters- have been distri-
jieo.in tne city and much publicity
t Kien w me campaign by the
stors of the local ohnrvhnc J,.,i.,,r
I rof. W. 1). Smith nrm.-n, l,t
ie iwiowing speakers have been ap
jinted foi the different schools on
ie project. Severn have nl.,!,.
m-.u uicu appoinimenis,
Tuesdav. 'ITaxnlwhnH W li ojiu
Wednesday, Hiffh School, Dr. S. P.
y ana miss inwards.
Thuriiky, J). Medford at East Way-
'liursdav. W: II Smift,
rhursdav. J. I.. i?n!'.in .... i n..
Tlm.Stnnjeld at Crabtree and Fines
-i'riday, Dr. S. 1Y Gay at Lake Juna
lufka. friday, Dr. McDowell, at Saunook.
.prizes totaling $30 have been oifei
M.Dy the different civic organizations
.ic county to. the. school. children. !
0? ichmust be
f,. . V " "ent ,ior most
rr. .fe,lc,U'fiinK their
i r-i"-" 'u.-. i. Kooinson, countv
farm agent said.
in the Masonic Tmni.. i
JJeJl at the Chamber of Commerce in
Canton, have all tin. .,..,..
pcrs and will be Klad ,o help lm'them
out tor those who will come to their
All applications completed before
noon each Saturday will be review
ed and sent to Washington by the
county Loan Committee on that Sat
As thoso annl
It,1 shinKton. and are con-
...... v u.e oruer in which they are
received, it is suggested that farmers
""; -o kci mis loan make their
ri'iioii as soon as possible-The
?: apPPnated for this use
"Ul u sumcient also makes it
necessary to make applications at
once. According to oflleials, there
ooes not seem t.i hr, ,..-, ...
county quota, it is a matter of "fi-st
-uine, ursi served "
The purpose of 'this loan is only to
finance farmers who cannot secure
Capita tor their noaA 4
T. r vv" iis year.
I hose who can get money elsewhere
I 111., .V .1 A. 1 ...
, . - - c... i nuac wno
have poor reputation on paying debts
are not eligible for the loan under the
instructions furnished from Wash
ington. Before applying for a loan a farm
er should estimate carefully how much
it will enable him to increase his nni-
duet ion on a conservative estimate.
men count whether this increase at
present prices will pay the debt next
lull, and leave an,' surplus for the
If there are any fanners in doubt
as to this estimate county njronl
Robinson-will he jzlail in ;iid in anv
ed With Entering Mizell's.
i wo companions Are
vainey Laldwe . a ft i i
- J "o UUUIUI
f'u' ,a h"n8 b"fore
'.V"- "wwe."' V'na.rM with
, L ... l0cal 'ord .dealers.
UUUWVUX ru-rt n
- "b"i -"iiipan-
ions, Ilayden Caldwell and Monroe
v-"ikj were iound not guilty at the
The three wera ..nurri. i.i. . ,
..um.us oi-ionging to J. Carter Rob
CrtS. Of Asl.nvill.. JI..J
bers. The dogs went straight to the
.....v- .uuiiif men. airn,nifyi, th.... .i
Ilieit thev hml ii r..- .i. .
George Clayton, of Ashevill.. r..
Kor print expert, took the linger
prints on the safe. Ca
print, were identical with those on
This is thud time Mizell's has been
ri bbed and Chief of Police .1 I..
.-mnKiioi.i said yesterday that be
oeneved lie now has the bovs that
made all three vobberies. ' Chief
aii.iiiK-.neia directed the search for
i lie inree thieves and made the arrest
M AKCII 16
Siiiokemont-Newfound Gap section of
" f, v. "wm Caro
lina s thoroiu'lir.-iin int.. n. . .
Smoky Mountains National Park! will
"f,... ...nun u lew oays.
tractor, has bis lull,- i n.. -..
i wiiii me
"in. .i.i so-mi as imai details have
"I All 1 I I IV I'll till?
f ,v "yes, presiding elder
in.- ...lynesviiie District, will hold
sei vues at the Methodist church here
each evening next week. The public
is cordially invited to attend these
Mcly Week services.
B1?ffir tqFaS About
Under Way Here smoky National Park
. . . . .... . ' . ;
1; A l .' if : ii a .i
r.. ii .V ' ":ee-corneicl race
loi the Democratic nomination for
governor of North Carolina was vir
tually assured today with announce
ment u( Solicitor Thomas A. Mac
of Luniborton, that he will not
oe a candidate.
Interesting Program Is
ranged For TonightV
MOPKWKLL, N. .I, ..s,.;,r.
Ii Tor the tb
C. A. George, Professional
Boxer-Wrestler, To Give
Services Free To Boys
! W'l- -N'ot'' This is the lirst of a se
ines of articles ,,n the Great Smoky
, -Mountains National Park that will
appear in t his paper. This week's
,article was written by 11. C. Wilbuin
. i cngmeer for (lie park commission
i' v ... . ,. i .... -' --
:.. . i10'"'11- P'-oicssional; ll.eie iN according to the survev
, wrestler, nas .found that and maps of the North Cniv,i;.
the VOllllir ninn ,.n.l I .. iir D....1. s' . . 1L . .V(lr'n 1 "llll.'l
..:,i , ".v vi uayne.s- miu. cominissioi' 228 fife? J .;.......
C. Welch Announc
es Hmispf Asrmirli-
lite . Tav CnMorinr
In this ia'ftiia If Wilii. '.
jL wen is .. inati-
an announcement of his "candida-
vu .lucceea himself as Tax Colelc-
W tor Havwnod 7i.ir,f., eu-:r
tf ... , --... . wu,j. kJllVilll
r, ' " i lumuiany called, is
WB1 known m Haywood County af
irs He has served the party and the
JJP'C well for a long time- In his
ial life as sheriff for four years
ja.his present office as tax collector
-2a-UJ two years' he has been en"1"
-a awenarge of his duties and
vue taxpayers in en-
t s, couecuon. as Well as deli
Py taking care of the interests of
viT t i . irienas oi onerin
sure mat the duties of the
e will be faithfully aerved.
vine need something in u...
minds, and bodies active during hours
when they are tempted to get. into
mischief, so he taken it upon himself
to give instructions in boxing and
wrestling and other forms of exer
cise to the young men of Wavnesville.
The first, of - 1hr.. ,.la s .,. u.,i.i -.,.-..,.:i
t v. v. ...... t1 ,tl IH.-1H .luiin- nun
I lllioilii.. l.i.vl.f 1- It.. IT :. r , .
. jiifij.ii, ut.me i.jiisonic i em pie The tot a
ot land i!!m.1.1 n... t.... ,.
' V : " 1111 aiK on the
. 1)1 1 " 1 arolina side. This, expressed
. ..... -.i, lh ,1.x. io square miles
K'ciiiiui... I, j i i .
.o.-.u..,,.,M "i. mere. . is . about an
Moai amount, .say. :m-'2!i square
miles on the Tennessee side, the total
iirea in the l'ai-K- .,,i,i i. n ai
fer 600 Children Are
iwven Oiptheria Treat
ment In Schools Here
he roiiriftr t,lj.i- v. . . .
4., i;"" i, "wwi omcer and three
i '-""uxe ai me iMemen
I0iLthe diptheria toxoid last
lid tA i were about 200 sche-
cL a this treatment but the
t cau-ed many to be absent that
.8 treatmjiMj. a ; i . .
of lu ' v -"-ior two inject-1
iill LSeim' the sew"d treat-1
ufiV be. erivn April 4. M. H.
it if .1.. . r. l" scnooi stated
first trt atj.dld "ot get in for
iH nt tment would see him or
jainton, countv m-
In at w treatment could be
mpmlinrc iha ploca
Mr, George has several medals he
has received for wrestling and box
ing while in New York and during the
World War he was athletic instruc
tor of the 12th Divison.
Several people have expressed
themselves that they believe this
class will probably lead to tlie build
ing of a modern Y. M. C. A. where the
young men can spend their evenings
in a desirable environment.
Those joining the class Tuesday
Porter Greenwood, James Gaddis,
David Hyatt, Ben Atkins, Robt Lowe,
Tlm.r.r Pfltlrtn Trfilmpilf Pmil
' v J Mvw,., v., -
V.,aillf LA.11 JJCUl J VllUOVtl, W.llJ
T. L. Bramlett, Tom Reeves, Lonnie
Boone, Arthur Boone Algie Ratcliff,
Don Hyatt, Joe Tate, James Thomas,
Donald Lowe. Lonie Yount. Frank-
Battles, Paul Blackwell.
KILLED IN WRECK
with over 75 present. Much interest " 'Ijstance from
was displayed by the boys and Mr t f ' 1 ' , uu' l10'"1, ' "UerseHion
! George expressed him, - f i s being If r bl"ld "f P".-k
well pleased with the response -n ' 1 1!'' r Grfat Sm,,ki('s
There is no charge for these ins? rut f'v ,c- t of the ridge
tions. Mr. George is giving I s tin e ,. f ,with the Cata-
l-ecause he has felt for a MJ imc tunZy Y -T?0?
that the youth of Wavnesville needed 1 1" , ' T T.ho rlght 1,no
a little more attention- lisy,nce betn-.-en these, two points is
with Weaver College and the Ashe-, abotiT lsS tt fjtf"
vine i. Al. C. A. as well as among k ... . , ,w,in ; .
i.ii.i. .i.iii' .1... nufif rir ..... i- :
" uu .iJ.:a 1.1 111
the northeastern part. Nearly one
half of the southwestern portion on
this side being only about 3 miles
wide, the remaining one-half norcn
eastern portion averages about nine
miles wide. The greatest width on
the North Carolina side is about 13
On the Tennessee side, however, '
me wider area is in th. sniith....ci-
em and middle portion, narrowing
from the LeConte region towards the
northeast to about 3 miles.
The average elevation of the en
tire Great Smoky Ridge included
in the park is something over 5,200
feet- From a point oneand one-fourth
miles West Of Silvprci R.llil in a ni-.int
(in this, ridirp 3 miloa oacf nf Tift
Guyot, a distance of 2G', milep, the
elevation does not drop below b,UU0
feci; the lowest point in this sector
being Newfound Gap which is .'5,040
feet. This Gap is somewhere near
midway hetween Heals (jap and the
CLEAR AS MUD
Iv'.-, XKIj, Hi, ION, I.i W
me aOov,. letters and . tigures
iiceuiateiy descrihe and locate SO
acres of land in Oklahoma, lit
iow is given the location of
".in n naywood county, N. C
uiiiiii may sotiixi n little strangi
i" I..I.11M1S wno nave always live.
in I ni.s Mate:
n . ..
n e east nan : l ,r ,.; .. ....
, , , "h"-".. - 1 V VI , mil
Me three populars on the West
roi-K, Deillw- ,i. . mnv ....,..
run with his line N." 2H noles t ;
take on t.
ien s cormr; thence with (.Jeo
.-Aliens lin,. as follows- . it., u.
11 K. '2 noles S. HO V c
S. o; K. 12 poles: S. K .-. i,-i,,
iS. So K. 7 linles- ' . 71 I." f l
ooies to a Hack ,.t , i,.,. ..
..:.i....... ... "
' "ige; u. 1 1 . VV al i en's ,-,,rt... -
iience with his in.. s aa v m
poles to stake in I! II n,,.'.,,.,'.,
line; thenc. with bis Im.. v uu
W. ,'iU Doles to n nmi ,in ci.l., c
ridge: thence X :i.l W . r,o ...,..
u.1- . I'""'"
i ne lino rasr, rork oi 1'igeon river;
vneiiee oown with the line of East
Fork . and West Fork nf Pi
river to the becinninir. co.itiiiniiin-
J 45.- acres, more or less.
A clipping from an Oklahoma pa
per sent to The Mountaineer by
v.. noweil. or Ashpv
i . . , , . - ' i i'u lori ie
kidnapei land beii.l, i.i, i
enls sti I be H.i-.. ..c .. . . ..
i i , , , . " ie uiiii wen.
doubled back today on an old trail
the trail of i nn ( .
vanished the day after the crime, two
weeks ago. Th,. ui.fvnntd ..,..c., i..
....... n . i ...ii... . - . iy
...... .,m., weni. to work lor Mr
v;. ... i.ightfoot of Franklin l'ark neai
.:w nrunswick about a month befo-,
the crime. They left suddenly ftei
repor ine twv ii,..i -n..
. -i in iniess
WAKHKN.O. -.D,.clarine 1 i,l,,.,;,,
j one of the most cruel and heart
less crimes and is becominif "all t,,,,
P'cWjent -Common Plets Judge J,v
J. Gnllith today sentenced Dowell
llarirrnves. :!i i,, nr.. :
fn.. iu . I . -' im ii isonmeui
lor the ii In ne 1 1.,,. ,. ii , , .
, , " . ' m i-iii -hi, i .Minins
A 1 I . - I i i . . . -
i .l.-ilii j it i . . in,,. ,;.,!. ... ,
students we-i' si.v.,.-., .. i i ... , .,
, ... ... .,u,inii aim ii
othen were cut, burned and bruised
in escaping when a .school ,s t.au j,.
ire as it uas boin fi(,( wi
line at Dukeville school
PAL'Ml. IMU1L. i;un,,
aie coiisKlering a new search
lor the 250 citizens of Waynesville t
to attend the banquet at the Mot' I
7o Th ' roonl tonight ! .
the auspices if ii,.. i.,..i . t, -iV
,.. i iiuiiiDern it
v ominerce ami w
and Wl.llUMl i.i ,.M lir J
,l,t . v i'i.iu- wiiynesv !
mat is intere.st.,,1 i.. .....i;.... r i
villi' a bigjfor and better city. '
les.tient J V jMastde said yesf!
lay, "one of i .i..-.. i
. , ....... i llllllifH i
want to gel. ,wi i- i.;.. .....-.. !
I lie j-eii .in. i,i .I... . . . " " ...ii
:imber ot i ',.i,., ., " .-t ,1
V of cridcisins which we receive ,
-n V :,j::..! ,,"ri!,ii.fo''n,ei. v'
.... v VVl.,-y0no wn,U J
lo;; to !.. and solicit their co-opi'
ne of lie main things Mr Mas-'
pointed out. wnu n l: s'i
I . 'y.'in.oii.s would .. aH ,(
An invitation -. 4 i. n. ..
.!"!'. y of the ciizens here Monday ai
III nil iiii.il ..1 .' j i V
....... oiviuiiiDii tne purpose of t
meeting was made as follows;.
"Your Chanil iti' ,,i i i
, ..,iii,n-i ji.il
'''en .exerting .-voi-v ..ir,.ri ,..;n,:.. .
I'"ver to make Waynesville, what nl
; .ins provided it, should be; tS
Gateway (0 (l, l..i, .
enter nf (he Mountain i.,,,! i 4i
''.'"'"'"e ,','VvHop its indiislrial po
. l,, r; . "ine ha;, (,.., whei
undivided united co-.,p,., .,( ,.
'very cm;.,.,, js ab.iolutelv e;seniii'
?" e are asking every nan a,. te.;
man md reMed to come out and ha i
alii these matters over freelv . f , , t
l.v and candidly." ' ' ;;
- shoi-t, intorestilii!- ,. - I,.'.
II I' i.'.i,,...;.7( .. . "" "M.uute.i lor Mie meeiiinr ill
- - - ..i "no i-iiteieii according to those- n ) , -r,, n ...st
ost to nnl,,,,; ' """I """ " t "'ad,ngl,uii,is .,,e-
1 i .. . - 1..HIS1.-II, .swair nave in en ( i,,.,.n .v,.,i,.
Kiwe, iv (in,.. hi.
il,.,. ii "imi.i. jsew nope
tla the explorer n alive was in-o',.
ed bv a jungle trapper who ,-avs tint
lie has seen n n-i,!i., 1. ' i
. , ,, ....... ,,,,, yiio claim-:
to hi- awcelf
A.s li icvi 1, i.i-: - a7i."....;i...i
tion and analysis -f the Western Noith
Can.lina votes cast in the presidential
DOM are now l,,.;,,,r ,,. 1 .... , ,,
i , .. , , ".'"icn ami will
be published next .Sunday in The Abbe
ville Citizen-Times. The lime limit
011 the receipt of ball-.l . was Mond-.v!
at. midnight. ' i
Thos. M. Ferguson
80, Dies At Crabtree
Was A Prominent Citizen of
County, Active In Church
Work For 70 Years.
111.111.1; regarding the different .l,a-t(
f the Chamber of Coiiimer,v , t :
Musi.- by (he Hazelwood .dring ban
will Ie vi-en a! i' t.-rvab. Major
ff, Howell has beep i bos, ,, ii- !,
master of the evening.
-Th-.' ..bainpiet. will iieKin as pi iunptl!
"I- :,.' as pussible. 'n,,,' individual?
have hi en asked to par lor i'lei ,
Plate.., which is only oOe, ' The ladie1
f the Methodist church are in , l.arg'
of preparing the food for th.' b.i.n,uei
I he following program has beer
arranged by the committee i-i charge'
Mtiric by Orchestra.
1. The Chanili,, .,f r',. ,.,.. ... ... :...,
i.i . . .. -.,., vn,-, a, l
,,ilr- BJL :?Wo. a promi-
, wi.uiy eu.zen ot Crabtree,
a" cal'ed "is finj.I rest March 8
l Jdi-. Mr. Ferguson had reached the
" " i auu me i oi eigniy years ,, u,i .i,.
rf Ai.n T,.-a, t.,.: a.. i, :ii- r - .y'-'--. "ad (inly
"i.wuuvinx i u, ..jjint-, ui-iiii: tne. uouit. f .:ii in a lew oavs
...1, IL. J-. . .,,. , ! J '
TOKYO - A
, .-- '""".i' unieeinent
Tor ieiip, I VI,. t... : , ,
""--,uii.iiKjii, rcai-ncd Monday nainoer ol l oinnierce A
at a conference between representa-i " Objects, J. K. Massie, Presid.
lives ot th,,-two nations in the -nroc. ! 2. The Relation of ih.. t ii.,..,iw,
ence of pn vnva . it.,:..... ... . ' I i .... ...... .4 .. u.. ......
. v"im-h ntates, I -"""- u ui ou.suiess, jionivr Ka
reat Hritmn Ki-u.i, ,.1 '1 M, 1... . ... . '
, . .,,.1, luiiv, was 1 ........ii. uy vjiciiestra.
anDroved Uv 1 h i... . i -i ti... 1 .
; . . v.. wlaiiv.it? Kuvvrnmcni " 1 - v nanineroi i;oinmtrce am
,,, ,,1 mi.,;,!!... Ille govern
ment instriwtnil f c.,:7:. . -i
- ..,, u .jiiiKeiruisu,
Japanese minister to Ghina and its
representative in the parleys to con
fer, again with cTiitw.Gi. ..1,
,, -, ., ----- .vii-.-,ii,eii "11
the details of the plan, .which w.-,
taken to be an agreement concerning
withdrawal of troops from th,. Shang
7-an conlt " 4n "i
I was '7n -1VC in second. ;
faent ' h. I I 0111 that the first
teMve ii?, alut 70 Percent pre-
28 r,pv7."f W1C second has the
I S that abut 275
annro"4 ?t Hazelwood,
eslle ciT ,y, at the East
"f.,....."e SClrool hatr.
vaoi. 7 ' t: cii iveii
A&T ?nly cost the child-
rarses are Cea the Physician
0 are given nnthn..- A
'1RS- MODE BETTER
rat!vin" p?00, ls been
Ne for ng s Sanltorium in
ecideA v the P84 ek, has
ftor betted Al-
e i ; :u quite Sick-. Mrs.
--proving 8teadUy. '
Former Haywood County
Resident Killed in Jack
son County Monday.
lunacies xtafiuu, u,, uio.-, v-
r. -r .... J--. .1 H.nv.Hn.M t Vi n
OI iViacoil county aim iiiaiiBKci vj
cannery ai rraniui", uit-u in mc n..f;c.
Brothers hospital at Franklin shortly
before noon Tuesday from Injuries
sustained when a truck in which he
was riding with his son. Elmer, was
overturned on Highway ,o. near
Gav. in the Savannah section of Jack
son county, Monday.
Mr. Teague suffered a fracture dis
location in the vertebrae with com.
nnuiinn nf the eniniil cord which nara-
lyzed him from the shoulders down.
He was taken to a hospital in Sylva,
but was removed here later in the day.
rt... - x . 1 . 1 J". L-'r-ViTTn T. vlldll
ine irucK jeii. mo uis.."j n.j..
the wheels slipped on a patch of ice,
the son said. The truck turned over
twice and went down an embankment
j- n . 1 ; r
(V.nunueu uir pgo
where the road from Gatlinburg
crosses into the Ocona Lufty section
of North Carolina. ClingmanV Dome
and .Mt: Guyot, both above 6 C00 feet,
constitute a part of the 261. 4 111 ties
sector rpfprred to ai-kivp AltonrpthPT
there are eleven peaks on th main
Mr. FpririisriTi -ni,.,, ., ni,... ...
f Li --r ,. ,.j.i a native OI tfle
Crabtree section of Haywood County,
having been born and reared ther. He
Was the VOllncpat onn .-.f !. r
ly, the older brothers, Robert, Nathan
A S' ""ruer, jonn 1,., and Judge
uarland S. all nreceflPfl him-.-.
... ... 1 . . ,.. . . . i"
o.vioe mat are o,uu leet high, or grave by some years. Two sisters
over, not including Clinrrm.'in s rinni . inrviiu.. f it . .
,n,i ff r.,w - 1 ".;ii Vt" ..." 11 (?, jiaycs-
Of the 356.25 square miles on the
Tennpusp side r,f tlln nnrlr 917 Qll II.
hplow thp 3.000 fnnf IjivpI TpiiTrin o
balance ot lJe.4o square miles above
foot level, leaving the remainder of
zo.i.iw square nines anove that level.
Thprp io in i.htx TVr.np:ci3t c.ta
67.7G square miles that to 4,000 Itet,
ana aDove, in elevation, un the
(Continued on page 5)
' -l. J j j l v., iiajrta-
Ville, N. C and Mrs. Leyellen Reeves,
,.He was a very active member of
the church for 70 years, being Sunday
Schoifl Superintendent and teacher for
man w years, lie lived a con-
that, elevation. Of th R57ir niinr mor than 40 years. D
miles on the North Carolina, side. I secrated Christian life in its truest
93.46 square miles lie bebw the 3,000 l?n se' KeePlng,his eyes always toward
..,;. .u- - .i. -j? vicinal neiirnis lrnm whsnra
MR. J. J. FEGUSON ILL
iime ms strength and his salvation.
On March 11 187 V,. j
. t 3 inaii ieu
to Miss Barbara West, a native of
vijjpouiia, a. u. to which union was
uurn ien children.
. .ITll la anti7iv.a1 h.r Ut .na1. J ?
.... r J1 " iiu nine
children. W. Fircu- r. Vt,ri. j
TT n J i-.- n... . .
- ' --""- " viaubiet;, iurs,
I. Jj. Kirlrnnf.Wi.Ir PlaL- ni-:- xr
T 7 - , ,.i vjuntaiii, ix.
xt: iS1;; J Campbell, Waynesville,
Rowe B. Howell An
For Tax Collector
Th.. sor-on.i ,.Qn,ll,l,fl ... ... i
, . WUVIWIC. iu iiiuko a
lormal annoiin'i.ini.ni r.... ....n.......
was Howe R Ilnv...,ll .,e r n...,
, -i uuimLiiaii s
vreCK cnmmiinili. ir n -,
... . ..... nvwuii saiu
he decided to make the race after
-.uw yi i is inenas visited him and
insisted. He is a farmer in his Com
munity, altho h he has had over
two years servinn- thni.hi; .u.
t .. . --- i"ui,v. in tue
wpacay oi ooputy clerk of superior
court under P A IIn.. xi.. .
clerk of conv
. Mr. Howell did not state his plat
form along with his formal announce
ment, but stated it would be along
thi. llflMAn..i... . ... o
...v iciinAiiiL.c policies.
Tourist Trade. E. L. Withers
1. What the Park Means to Wav
nesville, and the necessit v t.i ai
; r.nt ranee, W, T. Sbelton.
I ), 1 he Value of a Golf ('(.ur,
, Waynesville. Tom Strinplield
i . Lake Junaluskn and the--Chamber
of Commerce, H. K. Nollnei'. f
7. Hazelwood and the Chambe'r of
flommerce. L-M. Richeson.
. The relation of the Chamber of,1
Commerce to the Rural Section, W,
Speeches will not average over five
The committee in charge is, R. E.
Nollner, Bonm r Ray, C.M. Dicus. j
Thomas Seawell and R. T. Messer. i
R. M. Leatherwood Is -
Candidate For Renre-
sentative From Here
ir t T r. . i.- .: . . ...
mi. m. .f. x-eruttdu, wno nas oeen luru. w. j. Campbell, Waynesville
seriously ill with pneumonia for the.N. C; Nathan A. of Newport Newsl
past two weeks, wag reported latelVa.; Mrs. George Few, Greer, S. C;
Wednesday to be holding his own. I (Continued on page 5)
TWO INCH SNOW HERE
The first rpfll enn. IL . .. .
-,.ii . TiT" v l"e winter
ji. i.i waynesville and vicinity on last
1 nnWa .. . .11 .
viuijua, ii, nwiMi. a mnnir c
- :c 15 . "j- severe
cold weather. Citizens awakened in
mc iuiiuiig to niw a two inch blanket
COVerin thn crrnnnA
p ---- r,-- v. ."u onuw CUD.
tinued to fall at intervals during the
day. However, by noon Wednesday
no trneo nf .nnn. .u u .
, . "'"-' " vuuiu ue neen ikj a
Dalmv nrAUTA rratrA r. . : j .' n n...
ww o " iiiuivawuil LliaL i xi e 1
more spring weather was on the way I Order.
R, M. Leatherworid, life-long res i-i
dent of Haywood County made his -!
formal announcement Tuesday that he '
was a candidate., for Representative
in the June primary, Mr. Iveather-
w-ood announced at the c amrt tinti 4Vio- t
he v-nnhl make public his platform
uu xuuuuay aitemoon at the Masonic
Temuie at 2 n. m . TTn
that hour and cordially invites all
citizens to hp nwecnf . hi.,, t,:,,.
explain his platform.
Mr. iJeatherwood has held three
officer ir, the county, the total being
abOUt twentv VPara nf nnKli.
He served ten vears as deouty sheriff; i
and tax collector and eight as mao--
He is a member of the) Masonic
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