Has More Paid-in-Advance Subscribers In Haywood County Than All Weekly Neusp.tpers Combine J
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY. JUNE 16, 19 12
Lntv Aeent Estimates
1UU"V ... t?h l Vf-l. :..,;-..vv..-..t .-, ,U. -.-.U
Vpv Crop W1U ue nuiui- l"' s'' "b.'.f
V:Lf Same As Last!m.v tjanty couu house- The board
The Colonel S. A. Jones resilience
on Main street was being turn down!
ye.-tti'uav to make wav for the pra.iini"
CROP SEEN IN YOUNG VOTERS
COUNTY TO DATE MONDAY N I G H T
LniDnDWIII 'S.A.Jones Kesidonra rhnnTADirrn PIIIR PflRAIFTl RY .Methodist Parsonage
1PH LIiUWl "i, .... Under Construi-lion
M, . . . a n a I I il II II I ItfM IV " kn . -a v
' . -rT.rri I fill 111 If 1 iUU, uu .iuh nr-vr rTTT t-vt t i T T XT ' flVI'LI.W
CROP ON TREES
I ot con.tv.issivr.ers are advertising this
for bids on grading and con
walks on the grounds and
t rmived by them on Monday,
vbinsui, county agent. s;a:
".. -nvn!i. croa in this county
would be. Although it is
:v, g,-: an accurate estimate
I mis early, Mr. Robinson
.:y. personal i'tvesigation
would be about one-half
I , , r-vut -100,000 bushels, i-ast
y' 1 -. 1 . .
llvn war aoove me .ut'iaRt
t'.uuO being grow in the
I a. j
gh the yield will be small,
roi) will bring inti) the
, , l.ars and cents about the
af year's crop did,'' he
estimate placed on the val-
. CI OA n.iA
rears, crop was .-pjpv.uuv.
iii that tnere was a mwhosc "
Tre iarm crop is ug.'uer man tne
Lmt-reial crop, because the commer
bl orchat ds . litive been tKen care of,
hile the average larmer nas paid
!e attention to ids tree-s, ne c;n-
Mr?. J. K. Morgan, was elected su-
.. .i . . ,
tnntetiaent ot tne w omen s -uission-
ry Union of Asheville division of
Kortri Carolina, lutsaay aiternoon at;
be annual meeting at the First Bap-
: church at Asheville.
Mrs. C, X. Cook, of Webster, was
ec'ed associate superintendent! Mrs,
K. Flmnre. of Mars Hill. 'secretary.
reasurer; Mrs. J. F.Brooks, Hender
tnviile, personal service chairman;
Mrs, B. D. Bray, of Marion, mission
My chairman; and Mrs, tugene
oker, of Fairview, young people's
adr. Marion was chosen as the 1933
The Asheville division is comprised
f all counties west of the Blue Ridge
Mountains. The convention lasted one
Resomtions voicing opposition to
; j.aiei'stood that, about a week
t inquired' to grade the grounds
. -ut 'another week to pl.;,Te the
Meetings To Form
tion Next Week
May Top-Dress Tobacco
Plants If Conditions
Warrant, Says Expert
For seve-al weeks the parsonage
the Fi..-i Mithodist C ouivli on
ywoou Mreel lias uee'l uiuler en-
t i 1 ruction. i lie 1,1'ame work is com-
Better QualityllBeing Pro- F. E. Alley, Jr.. Named
Chairman Ul hnlhUSeu Mi.eei an! the .ntenor r.i.ish.
oters At 3lceting. ,iun thi0. balh with tik, lW, ana
walls, breakfast room, and dining
7- , j On last Monday night more thin room, vio.-et in each bed room. an. I
The tobacco crop for Haywoo.! is ; jou t-ntiiused young leiiiocrats met at the living room and library ivnvci:
most encouraging, according to Jas. ; ;hc Ma-onic ' Tempie and organized . lently arranged.
L. Koj;nson, county agent, and to; thv.inM-hes into an organization Ur 1 Th0 tlo will U oak; roof -c.ivered
'oca! tobacco authorities. The crop! -hi. n..,'n.i. , m' .nlistinir vouiii?- Dom- with nsliostos l.'S slinrmivs.
duced By Growers, Stat
o far this year is better than last Lorais and
too. ana it ui-h- both front and bad
will lie oak
year and in almost every instance the n, t tliem the nriucinals of the party furnace for steam hen. will' be
crop indicates a better quality will : anj what the party fands lor. .stalled in the basemen,.
be grown. 1 i !,e members of the i. i Heard F.I It was Untight, at llr.-t that tne
One indication .of this is, that the K. Alley, Jr, explain--eas,
:' opened earlier for planting the meeting ami lati .
and when the nlants are planted ! e.'i..ir;nan of the. org
f total expendituie would be about
1 him as ; 000.00 but Mr. S. C. Liner, who has
lion, with ''the construction m charge savs that
the low quality that was placed on
the market, .end this year the farm
ers are trying to profit by their mis
takts of last year and plant quality
and not quantity, and the early re
ports show that they have hit into
the fight track.
A group of farm men and women
from almost all sections of Haywood
County on Tuesday afternoon asked
the State Grange to send an organiz
er to Haywood County to present the
work of the Grange to six or more
communities. These men and women
tret in the court room at Waynesville
and heard Kerr Scott, '.Master of the
State Grange discuss the history and
work, of the Grange. Others present
had been members or had seen the
work of granges, and were strong for
the forming of the organization in
It was decided to hold community
meetings Et a number of places in
the county and give the people of the
several sections the opportunity to de
termine whether or not they desired
to form a local organization. Three
or more locals Can unite to form a
county or Pomona Grange. Mr. Hugh
Lyeffly of Kowan County where there
are 23 local granges will spend the
required time in the county to render
the necessary assistance in starting
the organization in any community
that wishes; to form a local.
The Grance is on of the oldest
fdrm organizations in the United nt) charge. .
States, and has by far the largest ' ' The of C amon and uynts-
membership east of the Appalachian j ville will have an informal tea at the
mountains It is a conservative or- club house from ; to i p.- m. on the
ganization that has a great deal ot ' opening nti"'". "mi.
early that means that the growers ' w g.ma We.ch vice-ciu. . i : i.,:i. 1 ran,, i toe eniiie piant win cost arounu i
can cure the crop earlv, and the to- : l-. .-erguson. Jr., seeretaiy, a:ul C'hes-' fOO.UO.
Facto cured early has more favora-U-r A. t'ogbuni as treasuier.
jW weather than do the late crops. i The organ. pa'.i, .ut the m.st'er
The other indication that better i-'5' working out pij;;s for a member
quality was being produced this year! --"'I' '!nV1, "',!l!'''
:s tne farmers are using - a higher i Uu' "'eers .l the oiganixjiti.m. Mr.
grade of 'fertilizer and fertilizers es-i A:ll'' ttd yesterday tlu.t plans
oeciallv adoi.ted to tobaee.i in thisveJe being made to appoint .1 coin-
section' of the state. 1 niif.ee of active workers in each pie-
The acreage this year seems to be tne- county ami .nen in tne t q i f , , Uinns a
:ieur lULuie nae 'ig i.t.i .iieeung i
CALLED BY LINER
FOR TAX OFFICE
State To Have Second Pri
mary In United States
Senate Race, Morrison-Reynolds.
Alley also stated that the pros-
practically the same as last year, as
far as Mr. Robinson has been able to
li avil thi is. 700 ncrps
Last vear the price of the crop ' Pots for tnis c.ub were nu, t i .loour--o..
l.-,,,,.,. i,., ,..' vot..l on.i tv, aging' and that he expecl.d from
buyers stated that it was because ot
Lake Junaluska Golf
Course Opens Friday
Local Golfers And Visitors
Are Invited To Play Free
On Opening Day.
Announcement was maJe yesterday
that the Lake Junalusk.t Golf Course
would be formally opened Fiiuny
afternoon to the public, af which time
all golfers in Waynesville ami Can
ton, and visitors are invited to play
on the course for which there will be
influence with legislative bodies, both
William Russell Owen, pastor of First
Baptist church, declared that the es-
ociation condemned "all efforts to
repeal' the eighteenth amandment . .
r weaken any laws enacted . . mak-
r.c ilkpal the manufacture and traf
fic in intoxicating liquors.
It argued that "the suffering of our
try and all candidates who favored' tat j Q,;nnQi
trending or repealing the 18th, . ' .,. i,
LendnLt were'passel by the con. ' e Grange is bu.h a ound he
lemon. .y "'vr'ri'ur.u"..
The Resolution, offered by the Rcv.; '. 01 ' V Vw u fa 7
a,,- t.'..-ii A t organization rest. This is a trater.
nal organization wiith secret ritual
This feature has been formed to ap
peal especially to the young people
between eighteen and thirty, who us
ually put on the degrees.
The schedule of community meet
ings to be held at 8 o'clock in the
alburn ,liu. inetuiir,! ' ' nA,... T?io rwk
people resulting from the economic eveinug is, aB 'A'" -f""
depression now sweeping over the Monday. June 20; Ratcliff Cove v Tues
country is being used ii an effort to day. Utl
is:ead and deceive 'he people by the - r"-.'
Wion that prosperity can be re- 9aZU7&:
stored ty permitting the return ot i 5a ' ' o- ' ' -
Whiskf-V unA tha imei inn r.T a tav day, June -1.
upon the manufacture and sale of in- This meeting of farm people was
loxicants." called by H. A. Osborne, chairman of
More than 250 women from West-1 5-10 year program, Mrs. J. Harden
tm North Carolina attended. Howell, chairman of the women s aux
iliary for the same, w. u. amun, u-
cational leacher and Jas. xj. :"'
son, County Agent.
New Check Tax Ruling
Goes Into Affect 21st
general superintendent, stated that no
tl.e enthusism shown .Monday night
that it Will become one of the largest
and most active clubs of its kinds in
I'ractically every person present
Monday night joined the club and
around this ollicials expect to work in
increasing the membership.
The members got right into the
spirit ot the meeting and over 30
left for Raleigh yesterday and Tues
day to attend the state convention.
Immediately after their return from
Raleigh the officials expect to begin
perfecting their organization.
Among those attendng the meeting
Monday night and joining the club
Clyde Fisher, Roy Phillips, Robert
Gibson, J. C. Patrick, Guy Massie,
Hick Moody, Jack West, Sherrill
Leatherwood, L, H. Cagle. Karle
Messer, Joe Welch, Marietta Welch,
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Lee, Jr., Mrs. W.
Ti Lee, Sr., (honorary), B. F. Cagle,
Leo Saiusone, J. M.Rogers, Miss Sen
telle, K, B. Rckman, C. H. Leather
wood, Tom Brady.
J. R. Sheffield, S. II. Bell. Frank
Mease, S. C. Wood, R. E. Moseman,
Joe Liner. Miss Louse Lincoln, F: H.
Saunders. H. J. Liner, Tom Reeves, C,
G. Cole, A. P. Ledbetter, Way Mease,
i-dwin Haynes, iLawrence leather
forma! invitations would be issued, Wood, P D. Ferguson, Jr.. Homer
but that ivervohe is invited to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Stuart, cf
Sahford, .Florida, have arrived--and
are preparing for the opening
of the course. Mr. Stewart is
a golf professional and '1 !i vi
charge of the course in that capacity
this se.T-on. Mrs. rtewart will le in
charge of the club house.
The Lake Junaluska course has
been rated as one of the best courses
in this section. It is expected that
local golfers will take advantage of
the generosity of tke operators of
To Broadcast On
Friday Over WNC
The Vocational Agriculture class
of the Waynesville Township schools
Jill hmadcast Friday evening from
'15 to ;:45 over WWNC. This is the
'j-rrd ' time in the past few months
t the local boys have been called
npon to broadcast. The musical
numbers will be rendered by the boys
"id Mr. Smith will give a ten minute
talk or. the subject, "What Vocational
Apricuiture "Is- Doing."
Durinr- tl.A n-iuiVo tVi.
ys have been practicing new num- date of the enactment ol ..this Act na
rs on their instruments and an in- beldie Juiy i w- '""
terestinw ' nr,m - n for the navment Ot money
W:" be rendered. ;drawn upon any bank, banker or trust
ri is nrinted the new law re
wrAina- the two tents tax on each
check that is passed on and at er
June 21. as received by tne first, va-
t,'l Kan.- hmo. vesteraav. rne law
.t.t.. that- flip tax- will be taken from
the person's account that writes the
Section 751. Tax on Checks, Etc.
(a) There is hereby imposed a tax
o nts unon each of the following
iinstruments. presented for payment
: .1.- 1-.U Jn.. Qtlir t IP
on or alter tne i-jui. ua.
The hoys taking -cart on the pro-
"ri are as follows: Glenn Massie.
'M Swanger, Henry Burnett, Lowe
A-(n- and Boone Bolden.
Haywood County Bull
Is Winner In Contest
uittwii uuu .- v . 4.1, .
company; such tax to be paid by the
(b) Every nerson paying ,av
(n,.nt. mentioned in subsection v
Constance, Beii Wright, W. E. Green
Kill Harris, J. Harley Johnson,
John Ferguson, Jr, Miss Isabel Fer
guson. Miss Wilda Crawford, Miss
Helen Ray, Miss Virginia Welch, Mrs.
Carolyn Hyatt, Mrs. 'ilson Barron,
Aaron Prevost, I). 1). Alley, -David
Hyatt, Lee Davis, John Lance. .. B.
Hamilton, Mrs. C. F.. Kirkpatrick,
C. J. McCracken, Bryan Medford, J.
Michal, Willie Palmer, T. W.
Woody. F. H. Caldwell, Miss Mary
Hooks, Miss Edna Mckay, Miss Elene
Ft'-her, Mrs. Hubert Liner, Mrs
Chairman Of Executive
Committee Of Haywood.
John R. Hipps, chairman of the
executive committee of the Demo
cratic party of Haywood county, re
signed this week from that position
and in his place Cordell Russell, prom
inent business man of Canton was
Mr. iHpps slated to The Mountain
eer yesterday that his work called turn
away so 'much of the time that he
did not feel that he could devote as
much time to the position us he would
like. He regretted very much
having to give up the work, but m
no way would it interfere with his
co-operating ami even more so, in
carrying on the work of the Deino
dranc party. He said further, 'T
COSTS OF ELECTION
TO EXCEED StfOlMM)
1 lie oters ot ilavwood eonntv and!
Noith Carolina will have another opportunity-
to vot.' again Ix-iore nexb
.Noveinlwr, according to the board of
elections. Lta-ioUs Liner candidate
tax collector has liled notice ol .i
second pnniai'v in the count v. .'uraie
J. C. Wtdi-h, i resent tax collector a. I
who receivisl ;i:i,i while Lnmr wa
iietiueo wun ,-,), votes in the pri- I ."
1 Ins race lor tax collector is tho ?
only county .ace that wi,l be held, ? ; r
although th,, tiate board ol elivtions '
will have to hold one- tor the Key- i' -
nolds-Mofns m race. M. Reynolds t ; 1
Ii the present senator by ' about 13,- r'. ,
000 and Mr. Mi.rnson called lor a y ,
second race. It. 1. h ountain. second i ,t
man in the race Mr governor had not
deeidtsl to call a ismmd prumary j ,:
against, J. t . H. Ehnnghaus who led , i r
tlu tukit b r0,000 Woikusfo" Mr.
Fountain in this county stated Wed- ' 1
ii.iu.lu,. iw, . , . I. ni .1: l ni. ,:
... ii, .'i mil,; Lllliu 'llie UlU I1UU 1
think that lie would call foir a socond !
race, although be had
Wednesday mght to Ide it he wanted
to call a secoiul primary. ';
ince .Morrison called a second pri- ;
ruary it has roinpteit many second ( '
and third string candidates to filo foir
: similar conies', m practically every
county in Ui- Mate. I lu expense ot
the second priinarv win mn he any j
more since (the slate candidates have, i
called for one and the candidates ara 1 1
taking advantage ol this tact. It has F::'
been, estimated by conservative off- f '
cials that the second, 'primary - will
am still working harder than ever I cost the st.Ue of North Carolina over
lor the party, but Just not in oMtcial l$.,00,000 next Ju'y 2
capacity, i lmenu to give every nun
ute and bit ol energy possible wie
party, and 1 feel that this is surely
a Democratic year and believe that
we will see a Democratic president
elected in November. The country
Vacation Bible School is
Has Enrollment of 80 ;
I he vacation church kcIiooI now in
needs a Democrat to head things once jirogress at the Presbyterian church :
more, and believe me, the country is has an enrollment of HO young people, f
going to vote for what they need This number includes Methodist and
this year, and that is a Democratic Baptist. p
Mr. Russell stated last night that
he did not have any definite plans to
make public as yet, as to the organ-
the course and play several rounds 1 - -ink Battle, Mrs. Bess Lee Page,
Friday afternoon. l:hn .Smathers, Hurst Justice.
Harmony Prevails At County Democratic
Convention Here Last Saturday Afternoon
With the primary out of the way,,
and encouraged by a vote cast of
about 6500, the Democrats of the
county met in their regular conven
tion 'here Saturday afternoon, with
500 present, inspite ot tne steauy
downpour ot rain tnat. ten a. most an
day. . hverv rrec-.net in tne county
wa's represented at the convention.
One of the . outstanding - matters
brought up was the unanimous en
dorsement of Felix E. Alley, : promi
nent Waynesville attorney and an ac
tive ir,e:n:n r of the Democratic party,
for delegate to the Democratic con
vention which meets in Chicago, The
rt-oiution was presented to the con
vention i y Joseph E, Johnson, of the
Haywood Bar Association, who in
".ructtd the delegates ' front this
countv to support Mr. Alley for del
egate and do all in their power to see
tnat he is named irom tnis u.ini-i.
the Republican party is now at hand
a.id that thousands of Republicans
in every section of the country are -deserting
the ranks of a party that has
proved a failure and are joining with
their -neighbors under the banner of
Democracy determined to redeem l he
nation .from. 'the slough of despondency
into which it has been led by unwise
policic; oi': the past three ; ailministra-tio:.:s:-;
11 (leciared ;:, a; with tne light of
ti iun.p.i in u.' u- eyes; and a sopg. of
'Victory, in :tni ii. neaits, tie Demo
Ci ai.. of the l a.ioii have a.i.opt.'d the
slogan "'united'-. We . stand, divide! we
fall," and under that . banner were
marching., toward the greatest tri
umph in the history of Ameiiean pol
liticai parties.. :
The convention also heard a num
ber of Democratic- candidates in the
j recent primary, some of whom had
cm the opening day the pupils ad-.
vertrsed their school by ma-timr Va-
cation Church School caps and inarch-
inir in a parade through the business-
'ization in the county, but seemed section ot Waynesville.
very optimistic over the outlook f r lhe four main elements in the pro-'
the November election. Ho did state, gram of the school are: Bible study, ,'
however, "that now 's the lihie wnen music, handwork ami recreation
all Democrats. 'should stick together I h Primary Department, under tho .
and with: -this' undivided .co-operation direction of Mrs. M. (.. Stanu v, is '
among our own iiiiiks. mil with ti,e having lessons on "Ix'arning lo Know ;
(lis: .itisfed Kepublicaus, we will- be God Better. ' lhe children are Piak- .
sure of iilacing in the White House nig notelnjoks, pictur 'puzzles lor a
'next spring a Democratic president.' mission box, and several other inter-, .,
When asked about the county ot- esting pieces ol handwork are being
fleers in November vlc Fii'-se. I e- planned. '
plied, "the (5500 vote cast.. Saturday.- he Junior Department, under the :
June 4th, indicated that the voters direction of- Mrs, Battle, is studying, ',
of the county are already active ami 'Knights of Service. ' Ihey are niak
on the job, and with that number of ing Bible notebooks, H umpty-Dumptys
voters casting votes in the primary, and several useful articles.,
it is foolish to worry a.:"r,l : be , -u , lhe lnternu-diate Deijiartanent, under;
i rot going at least ' .".0.00 Democratic in the directum ol Mrs. .Smith and Miss .
! the fall. We should : e- to H t hat W lute, is studying, -lhe Life of
our national .'officers are F :m. :nt . r ( hrst in Art.' 1 he -major incidents
would . be elmost imjio.s. '"' to " eat !of (hrist s life are studied irom the (
the county De'u ii-ratic idfio 'i : Bibie with the aid ol master artists ,
Mr. Russell recs a . real Jgh-i ,'ih'-; i conception- ot those- incidents. '1 ht -l(
tweeh , Morrison an J Reynolds, but ! intermediates aire keeping a record oi:
.Links that as all Democrats do, the their studies in notebooks which theV,
f riction now existing will be forgot- made lor the puniose. During then
I ten when the fall election rolls around, handwork p-nod they arc. workiiij. j
on their notebooks and maKiiig alpna :
In-t caids for ' games during, .the rec-'t
natniiil ihi lod Iht li t arc mak
ing an electric lira') ot Palestine whud .
Union Service Will
Be Held At Junaluska
On Sunday Evening
they w.:l use in tracing bi it s jour ;
nevs and. in '1 oca ting impoitaht plaie.
V in Palestine.
I lhe flosmir urogram nf tne scooo
i will be held on the Ja.-t unday nigh
t'sit -tin. Ir -.hvTi'iHn --linveh. . A slice ,
al announcement 'concerning tne pio
e made later bv D,
4 ftp- thp roll call of the precincts
-.,,.-." ,) met ueieai... i roiiiiiieni- oj,i6 ums;
of tne county, Mr. Alley was named I R :MXealWrwoodf
temporary chairman, and -ur. jonn-j un?m.cessfu! carlciidaU? for the lower
on temporary cnairn.- hn -f the Gnerai Assembly. James
instments mentioned.in secuon.ve ateJ
fa) ns drawee Ol sucn insiruiiiciiy . phnirman- tne isiaie eouie. m. ..i-.jr.lk,
collet the amount of the tex imposed sounded by. the tempoiary c for chairman of the
-u". v. , ...u-; wJ '-.'harTinirl He cited principles oi tne ueniunaui. t , rf
under such subsection u -r , f v , -r. atforni on which true
,.i t . .i . . ,
A pure bred Guernsey bull bred by
f'JY'hur Osborne, of Canton, has
n 'he, Advanced Register of the
;r:ean Guernsey Cattle Club( Pet-
.rt!"W, X. H., two of his daughters
"avl-E completed official records of
Ruction. The bull, Star's Knight
01 garden Creek 118792 owned by
.nford & Cartner, of Mocksville, is
sire of Myra's Topsv of Eliada
252700 with a record of 10779.7
Pnds cf mUk and 50Q 9 poU!llls 0f
""'. m class G and Constance Missy
a arm ooio wan icluu
such amount against any depositors
to the cn-eait or me m' "-
of such instrument, and shall on o
before the last day of eacfrmor. h
government, permanent in character
and impartial in its relationship .with
i. i.otn'ti. under oatn, ..or
preceding month, and pay such taxes
lo the collector of the district m wh-ch
his principal place of business is o
cated. Wr if he has no. principal plat-
the Coiectoi at BalVimore, Maryland.! events of the past four admi
ct h riturns shall contain such inlor-1 tions. the speaker compared th
"lV, n ade in such manner Republican administrations wit
mauuu . . l-i-o atl
as the Commissioner, with t..e ap
nrovafof the Secretary, may by regu
lations escribe, Eve person -
quired to colietl. any
4U . j flp-l nga 1151
h -iar.d of commissioners, ueorge
Havnes, who was second high man in
the" same race and R. T. Boyd, also a
, i. it.. . J
r-...-. ... i.j rWiaroH 1 Candidate lor ipe. same unite anu ou
men, could be founded. .He declared chairman of the county board,
that the Democratic party 1 ive Haynes and Charles McCrary,
long after all of its ?PPsinf .f c an dif lates for the nomination for
had been forgo ten because or the fact of Deeds, Frank Davis, and
Next Sunday morning services
Lake Junaluska will begin witji Dr
L. B, Ilayes, presiding elder of the jjrani wil
Waynesville district ot the .uetr.o- Walker
(list Church. South, preaching ai the ; capable and efficient f aculty l
11:00 o'clock: hour. . . 'assisting Miss White in the work. .Mis
All the Methodist churC'es :n Hay-; ancy Kiliian i pianist and the lo
wood county will . loin : i '-'v- ' hwng young lame- are .-ervinir a
it 8 p. m. at which time Rev. A inert. ; helner In the vnri'.us-- deoarini'. nts
pounds of milk and C-28.8 lotion her.ov ds-tf . y. per
of fat in class G. The bull th VL 'mt of any payments
! son for the am:
'made in accords
o hai A ,loTl,tor son xoi w '-" r .tVt ,rnv;a
ndtw-n roi.; I6,vcl,:" , made in accordance r
that it is rounded upon piinci.- -
a' eternal and just.
Rripflv narrating the important
publican administrations witn tnose
of the Democrats under v pourow
Wion declaring that reue-ai ex
penses 'had mounted year after year
u-vMl for the first time in the history
the nation -the Country is facing a
financial ensis. from .which there M?.
'a -tt ree", no source of relief found.
,'Wie declared that, the Waterko .cf
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number of others. : The general
trend of the theme of each speaker
was that the time had come for pri
mary ' differences to be be forgotten
and every one work together for the
success of the candidate nominated
:vjr each office, .
LUt of DfVgatc
The following were named delegates
, the State convention in Raleigh?
W. T. Lee, W'.-A. Hyatt, Len'oir. Gwyn,
Ja-y.es . Atkir::', ..Weaver McCracken,
(C'jr.'.ir.ued en pr.g 2)
New, rector of the local '..LpiMTnal
church will deliver the message of
It is being planned to hace a union
ervice at this hour to w hich ai. otner
churches nearby are invited to at
tend.. The Haywood County Minis
ters' Association adopted -a motion at
a recent meeting to hold this union
service , at this time and a ' ( i la':
efTort is being made to enlist the co-(
operation of all denoini.ia'.ioiH to take
part at this service.
Special music for the mee.mg is
being planned and a large attenoar.ee
is expected to attend.
SLXOIXG CONVENTION TO
MEET SUNDAY. VJT1I
Misses Florence Ru-seil, Mary lienty
Fiances Rose, Virginia Ujs?c11 an
Joe Harrison, 86,
Buried Last Frida;'1
Jot Harn i, i v t A m Cutf
was ouried lasit Friday aiteinoon .i.
Buchanan ctm terv w;tn Rev. ..K ,
Allen in charge t tr.e service-
S. W. Galloway, president' cf the
West Haywood Singing Convention,
announced this week thai; the con
vention will meet at the Pleasant
Balsam church next Sunday, June
l!i. at 1:30 o. m. The iii-blio :s cor
dially invited to at;;nd this conven-1
tion and hear som-' of th:.' rid time i
gospel songs sung by the .? eyt"-.vl !)'!'-1 -j
ferent choirs thai are rdie If led to ;
t;.ke part on the prngrain. - !V
Mr. Hs-rriKoiv diva a;
Countv Hn.-pital ,u:i ;
morning, follcwing a' il
three : yv -," which t-vi?t
his death. .
The deceased move
fio n Cit- coji , It
7(1 years ago and. ha
(if :d ii limuc ,i
corn T.u. curing tna: ;::i
i 1 i I- i'c a
a num'-tr 'of
J liui Jj
c - i f al o ,
- - , .
(-((, i ;
i opcratiiUVf 'T
e. He is si
i vhildr.'n a
it r 1
(. auto'r i
lions of this section.