..or PatJ-ln-Ad, an.eSubKnb.TS In Haywood County Tlun All Weekly Seuspopers Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1932
AKE PROGRAM MANY VISITORS
GETTING UNDER ARRIVING DAILY
WAY THIS VVLLK Summer Season Finds Thou-
SandS Of PPftn? Tnmlnrr
First Conferences of the To The Mountains.
year Oft to a uoou oiart
nnroximately 800 Church
. a xj. - i: mi. -
Leaders -anemiing ine
Tun Conferences This
WIN IN PRIMARY
A'th- ,v i jn n e- lUr. have bee.,
ai riving in numbers since the first
of June, manv of thp i, i
- - v "vn,,.; IJavtr Ut'tll
Seventeenth Session of Camp Reynolds Receiver 100,000
Junaluska for Girls Opens I Majority Over Cameron
HILL IS HEARD SUMMER SCHOOL
BY ROTARIANSJ ATTENDANCE IS
Retiring District a nvprnnr
V ' " v-w,lV I
From Nashville Speaks
Refore Local Club.
Morrison Last Saturday.
. i 'Rotary fiirn:h.c ... ... i..-,
OLD CAMPERS RETURN ' RACK FOR (iU. CLOSE i.tun.: of bc,,g .f MM,t o nn
Seventh Year of Lake Juna
luska Summer School
Proving One of the Rest.
yui v - . OTiPTi smfn thni -.1 i JV . 1 1
Attending The ' 7C l"ot l",,c wiiy after-I,.. .' . I mo nd a means vf deve-
r T Vnnfprpnrfs This , V season was fy usher-; -iss Alltel J. McCoy, Camp ! elch Is Nominated for Tax inK n,v Mit ideal
J" " me dinner dance at the Co-.
Jon Monday evening July the Fourth
, . , For n:an' -vars the first of Julv
ISunJay ?a.v me ".- ..lc Ilas marked the opening of thp sm.
Janata. Methodist Assembly rrei season and practically all of the
u .flmrnw wt under wav with tn.i ,.t!,.i:.i
l"c ' . amone the tonrst-,,f
iasb. wticn :ne ;nu.i yiugmiu ui Gate jrom that time
-flr conferences started off with r...' .
-'ajicittri i h r or t i, i .... ; . n ...
. enrollment. The actual tJim.r.M -O ' es trom aynesville Friday on
-he- two conferences, being 6,ar tk cus,om of a fo:'- twin and by automobile and bus. Bv
,. mal J'nner dance as the pSor's . ,.
11 this week tint not get uncier- way openfnir vit Ti,a "" ce,lin :ne camP assume.,
Tuesday morning, but the pre- t ' ' , ' d " "-.sn air ot a regular community with
-y-rkwa, laid Sunday; when ;he' revTe"! " in vt'r-v building and
; we announced and Monday crowds Th , .I hapP-v voices- 'everberated over the
Director Gratified at At
Hundreds of girls from the most
i j.romment families of at least a score-
tares beu-an to nour into Camn
for Girls situated three
Collector of County Over 'h? H Jh!1- npttHi chu'1
I m-; o I ,-NrfMi,lle, lennessee. rctir
'Kovernor of the rifiy
l""vu' music was far above
the average orchestra hP.-,rri ;
.Turning hundreds of church me, res0rts. The dancers local Veo
lai Kth among the younger ele- pie as wel, as visitors enjDyed the QC.
taswtii as ii wii w oiuei uigdu- easion throuchoiit th
Robert R. Reynolds, younjr Ashe
Mlie a, iorney, scored a deceive vic
H.ory vcr his tipponent Senator
Came-ron Morrison, in the race for
nomination for United States Senate
in the Democratic primary held here
la.t Saturday. Reynolds' spectacular
victory in the stato was in koenimr
with the swetpinpr majority piled up ,'lub an'' 1,'t'
of Rotary International, 1
ueciare:! i ti
ll leader of
nayntvsville Rotary club at the regu
lar f.Viday luncheon hour in one Mf
the most inspiring addrsses ever de
livered before the el:;b
Dr. Hill who is
Director Childs Pleased
With the rnrollment. New
Courses Are Added
k editor of the j ;
A total enrollment of 20t, larger by
far than the aferage enrollment of
the past seven years, has reen reuort
ported by the Lake Junaluska Sum
mer School which hist wecu-cnd reach
ed the half way point i.' its summer
sessicn, The enroilniem also surpass-
my previous yeai witn two excep-
. btsan to.
irrlve to take part The attendance at the danp,
'.ve'.f rer.enve.l an.l sumnn'r experienc
es relived in their telling.
"-"v-,we6.-m mated to have been ln.ry0, !,, ne outlook tor the wess on and sta't.u
. Ti J . . llil-H ,
i--ai;y I or conieie-nee xuesuuy the uast several -''at attendance will nrnl.nhK- ,-..), I 4.. v
x , , The summer season in Waynesville ret0W n-a!'k ""' the present .!c-
:li;;hau reached a record . point has be n ellgthened consideral)v - pression economical conditions. Manv
it wat estimatea tnat more man t,. . . , .
; -. v. j ithe Past five years. July and August
; people were on the grounds, '.,.,,, , ' fc
suneia.V School - publication of the j uinirig these.'
Baptist church was tlu- ue.t of the! '"I believe the 'class of students and
pecial speaker fiir thcvvo! '.icing a.cconip'isbed is of far
in this county. Revnolds re.-i.ivo,) 0'"(,asin. Menibe'i's of the olub ti.,.t.- 1 nmw quah'.y than ever before," tie
U0.S, to Morrison's 102. The vote vantage f the occasion to invite "'1 J'!'.' 'u'. , 'lireetorof.
! ;.ce rase at
:ie nast several
b kt the -conterences during the V;c;A, u ' .
, -, ii. ? ,. -. a .,i me inuuiiuuns years aao.
k'andmjanv others for the entire t ,- ,
i VPn- lpv r-amo urtfil Till,.
indicate that. more ,,:. , fi .. . . , .
. . .. . maute-J atte-r - Septemoer the first,
occupied tnan. has t), r, . . u
t. this. date during', any V,r i- "'"u,'l,lwa JU lue
, h ' tall later began to attract thp atten
tion of lOVd'S Of SrPllii. .Iipaiitv nr,l
be two conferences this week are during the past five years more and
imtialpr, grams for the summer nlore of the SJmer vjsitors. havl in.
'-"" "" gerei later than 'heretofore.
oxner- conierences tu .,.n . u,. v .. o .. i.
nee in the various anfi ,,nHi ; nv.,.- i i
.of work, within the church and ;as arge as .w t,,,,, l'ui,l her one oi the outstanding camns
School Heads of the various an( g0mp nf thff i j.r, 'WJ, f ;,. Eastern America. Not. only is it
rch toards declare that the pro- cosed on, MgM 31stf -nave for thc one of the ''t situated ami equipin -i
lor gins out tne
the camp and of
to. WCi'K V
girls who have inaJe re-ervatio':.-- h-t
mt yet arrived bat a:e expe.-tej dur
ing the comiiig week.
: Camp' J-tinaluska 'draw's gills 1Vo:m
practically every -tate in the Unio:i
a:.,t during' the ; a. twelve years
s .'i.'.etr.mg .ike' a dozen foreign coun
tries have had girl- at. the Camp. This
year some of the most interesting
persons here are girls from foreic:
Miss McCoy has during this time
for the .-hort term was Keyindd
The victory for the Khringhau.
forces in the c .:nty was
as decisive as t,.at of Reynolds
Ehringhau.- piled up a total of 4.127
'.. Fletcher for
v uiiiiiiL-sioner oi i.:.: or led hi
ponent, Mitchell by two to cue.
vote in his r;uv v.';! , i-'h tcher
In the only race for county oilier.
J. C. Welch defeated Lucius Linei' for
tax collector by a vote of ;!,S7i(- to
2,2d2. All other oilk-ers were ik. in
itiated in, the first primary.''
The Reynolds victory in the county
was nut as unexpected its was tin
treniendeius majority which be piled
up throughout the state. Here a
landslide ha. 1 been expected and pre
dicted, but it was thought bv manv
numher ot im.. i'v,,,v
v.. , ... i mio lerm session
outness anu proiessional walks of life, "I am also lookin
thus making up a group of represe:
tative citizens in addition to the ciu
Hr. liiil chose as h,.s
1'iace in Kotary" or "What
Means to Mo" ami discussed it fr nv.
.the staiul)oint of his own personal
relations to the movement. He -sod
the fact that th e time had conic
when men cou! not afford to givv
tboir time and attention to any iirovo
menf or o tianization that was: irot
woith. while, atid then nrocoi o,','
show conclusively by its past 'c om
that IJotary of all niovenients in the
present day world is worth wh:!,. i
the.' greatest sense. Mo iifriefly ir
lined the work and meaning of l
lary and told how the organization
Jfored every nieinber the very bos'.
:iv is one' oi the
aed for the Assembly
trongsst (tver , ' . . ' ' ' of the many camps
ufcvee .att two years been remaining open , , 1 ,
Jly. t o,.r.,..,,i.,. general character of
v HnuHivuttiv Lilt l.JW'Ua UJill I
if; the thoughtful leaders that the ('!''',o:'-l,nit' t develop all of th.es.
outcome in the state would be much !1! a'ti,,a! i'b'ais that go towi.f.l th.
closer. making of a man in the real sen-i
The Ehringhaus vote was much "f ."' wtm-
uiiday school hour Sunday, morn-; mained. Along with this change has aI thvl?e miected with it- has mark-
larger man even', tus sunnortt rs had wr. . u-iu- siresseu tnc lact tnat or
hoped for, however, Mr. Ehringhaus f the best definitions of the . .110111-
t bis ciunf I'crship of Rotary or of Rotary its
self is that it is an organization of
J. B.: Ivey of Charlotte, also come the earlier arrival of manv fed the organization as an exceptional .; ha hevn a faV(irife
Iran superintendent of the Juna- of the visitors. This year found a p!ace for thc outl)(' and summer from the very first.
a .siinuay school on hand to take few arriving before the first of June training ol girls in- the highest ideals The defeat of Senator Cameron men who ale different, and that it
the work of another year. Mr. and during the month some of the of life- - ,. Morrison marks the Bassihe- of im,. furnishes the. only onnortunitv for
5 one of a large group of Metn- hotels were comfortable? fillpd :i For eight weeks camp activities will of the state's sitfctaViiW m,lWi,.ul such men to know and understand each
tt leaders who devotes a great deal Indications now are that the sW.on-'run- smoothly as the girls strive-' for leaders. Probably few men who Haw'' other. He emphasized the fact - that
s time to the advancement of the this vear will h'nn.nf thv.- Wt w.iU.-the attainment of the Various carnr, : been governor of the state Wp l.i.. n to understand ones fellowmerr make.
e cf the church through the. work the standpoint of numbers of visitors, honors'.' that are 'offered' - for "perfect... '. popular as was Mr. Morrison at. it possible to appreciate the best
lie .ake (lurinif the tnmpmr cue. ti. . . , ... ... .. 1 . . .. , . , . , , , - - . . . -ttm ;-, . 1. .. . . . . no... . c ..11
0 -r. me noiei uoreion, 1 ne Waynesvulle "or ami ine rigni kuiq oi atiiiuue; - ."""- ,,tr .. vjc vuhhi to tnat mmw' n" "'O!.
. Hotel. Thp Piedmont; Idntrarivre tho At the close lit the session thsp shith . oce; He left the governor's chair "Keiru- ablp to sen the other fel-
unday School was followed by the Dunham House. Tho". Plmr Hbh rirk rin havp imtKprp.i within iVip ?till one of the most ponular of the vii'vv iHiint. or ii know simiti-
W thurth service, the sneaker for th aay h tji Awtuuoc -t,.- i : state's leader?. . tun i.n,jnc .,,1 whhu.m.-
morning 'hoar being Dr. J. H. Wayne and numerous other local ious sections of the miintrv will hob! In the 'at of Fountain another gives the Rotarian human sympathy
pn, pastor of the Park . street tourist homes and farms in the im- their final banauet of the season and r,f ,he most astut politicians is re- and compassion and changes him from
ci.-s. ehur-.h f Atlanta, Georgia, mediate communitv arp alreadv re-lvi Uh k a.- moved from the stage of action for the a critic of the other fellow's actions
one ot the outstanding yt-Unfi. nort-inf numbers- -of- nrnivnls n tW1 u .. i .-.'.
siers of ih- awv-j,-- -L..- . . : . . e aoje;xo awam.
. -- .v ."vvuisi, tuuifij. uae oi tourist travel continues to m
-1 m the evening Dr R. P.
-nttlU il f.T WaVTIPeVllla ran 4 ,i, .1. .-, . -i ,
" v' iiian were nere ai inis time last year.
0lr:i Tll-lTtlSterR of Viic . m 1 : i-- .e -. .
-iri- . fv"v-"'- a nose Having cnarge 01 summer nomes
tuminued . on page 5) and cottages for rent report that more
HAD T TCI iTTTT -w- naVe Deen taken for the sunumir than
'AvAlJO ?Y lljl .15 Vj . had been rented at this date last year
According to most renorts a
of the First Presby- larger number have already arrived
for some increase
j in . tlie' ( iii-oilmcn when the students
I, . return Tuesday following tin,. Fourth
1 of July holiday."
I In speaking of the students enroll-
j td this year and the work that is be'-'
I ing accomplished I)r. Childs stated
., j that the summer sessions have never
nrougni our as n;gn type ot '-tuitcnt
both from ail intellectual ami moral
tanupoi,-.; ;t. li'.o.-o woo an- u-gjster-ed
for courses this year. Far more
advanced courses in work are being
given as a- result of this fact. . New
courses have been added in political
se'.uico, biology- and higher English.;
1 n siuakiiig of the ooiii'se in biology
wliioh gives credits on post graduate
work for .legives, Hi. Child called at
te r.tion to the 'fact that this course is
being given by outstanding authori
ties in the th-ld of botany and has at
tracted students of more Mian' th-j us
ual prominence. Approximately 20
students, most of whom are princi
pals or science teachers in accredited
high schools are' her fursuin;.; the
course in biology as u part of the work
they must do in-order to acquire tlieir ,
Master's degree. I r, 11. L. Bloom
(pnst, head if this course, is most en
thusiastic over the opportunity that
is afforded by the wonderful flora of
the mountains hereabouts in the teach- .
ing of botany to the field classes.
.Many of his students are working to
ward their Phd. degrees.
While .mere has not been made a
complete analysis of the student body
the records show the largest attend
ance of teachers from Haywood: coun
ty in the history of 'the: movement.
The tact that tnc Haywood county
teachers have in the past and slid do
take an active' interest in the work of
the schoed and. attend its sessions al
most one hundred per cent 'is most
gratifying to all. concerned,. The coun
ty school authorities -arid the board of
commissioners make the school sessions-possible
through financial sup
port; and the improvon.ciit in the
tanding of the teaching profession in ;
time being. His defeat, however, was to a friend and supporter," said the
r , , r. , ' . ". ' , ? SU(,h that there is every reason to be- lationships. "I have made up my mlna i thunty as a result has more than
Junaluska for Girls is -directed by rieye tv,nt hil t);,t i , ' ' . , , ,, ,, , . ' justified the entire exientliture ten
Jie." inai ne Will StllJ rw. morn fir tn n-wl,ir fttti, mu fOI,it- " h, fnn-. . 1
counselors seee-fed bv thp -,li,wt-nr :. .. - '. "' - . . I tunes over
- , via n mr if, v ft n -ir,. i
(Continued on page 5)
it ics in years to come.
ina pol- tinued, "instead of harshly .criticising Thee summer school
Lake Junaluska is also facing a full
season. During t.he past week the
VVT'7I7,TVlTTTT ani that the number of inquiries is
liJlUU HEjJEj considerably larger.
. v : j Llalsam Hotel at Balsam also re-
..ave been completed for the 'ports that a- splendid season is ek
on cf a chorus from among Pected thete. Many of the summer
s . ot the anous church homes have been opened while camp
Wayne-vdle during the'and i10teu aie row canng for a con--cr
AluJrew HemPhiH, S1ierable number of tourists who have
hem r'TC at Birmingham arrived during the past week.
i d hae charge of the or-
' HemftVlf "' ?Ct aS director- :-d there was swelled to the -neigh-
ear, h! i0T a number borh'oeHi of lX-HO by those who ar-
'"s had charee nf th :. . . . . , -.. -
fJunaln t v, "'--'v nved to taKe part in tiie loung reo-
f,t;' . Ka haE returned to,.that ;pe?s conference and the Christian
"j f( "'er 3nd 18 m charge of Adventure Conference. The Lake
W -v EUmmer sasn. His jUI)aus;ka Summer School has added
: .ide oeen seciirprl Krr . Woit , , . , , ,
. . . y . , j largely to . mis numoer. ine lane
;,, ' ne Is 0W aoln!? crowd promises to be much larger thi
"'-Zd- "g 'ear than last'
' n cf the Waynesville It JS eYpected thit the lu-e of the
Great Smoky Mountains: ' National
letting of those interested Park will draw a lalr-ge number of
v H U!! W1d. be held at the visitors here for the summer. AI-
V. .a'C, of Graee Episcopal ready travel 'bureaus of the larger
dH,nne, , ntail1E. Friday even- c,t,es in the north and the east are
5, i;- .'"'.Cick- Members of the planning to send sight, seers here by
a,e'.' :ls m the eity an(j others bus and tram this summer. Local at-
M ,mi in the matter of rangements will be made for their
p'ac'C are invited to be pres- entertainment and for trips, into the
' 31,(1 date cf other meet- pPrk. It is understood that tne road
; B-r! C,ded Frilay evening, to Soco Can will be put in good shape
fffr v'w8 who was acc01"- within the next few weeks making it
;ii4'in ini lphl11 at Lake Ju- possible to take hundreds of parties
f 1924 Wl11 be the int0 the Park at hat ro,nt- Arranpe-
:,? - tor the chorus in Way- ment.s will doubtless be made for a
a. . stable of horses there to furnish trans-
se i '"'umiauuii inose porTaiiem 10 visiiah.s i
SUPEKIOR COURT TO COXVEISE HERE
MONDAY; JUDGE 3I00RE TO PRESIDE
them for the very thing that I would lder the supervision of .Iitjke -Uhi'ver-possibly
do under the same circum- My whose faculty member., are deep-..
. .. : . , , j . !y interested i- the possibilities oi
poor judgement in their actions from
July term of Haywood county Supe- ultd for t-ial except t aUornev
nor court will convene in the court1,,,.,,., ,e
room ,n the Masonic Temple Monda,, ' T'Un ,he P.c '
July 11th, wuh Judge Walter K ' t,Kat,on The "'niar 'hat n u-u
Moore presiding. The state will be i a',v Pr;nted and distributed ten jays world and its influence on the idea of
ably represented by John M. Queen, j or nlore -before the court convenes lias world" -peace. He eleclarel, however.
my point of view may be the bt-st
possible effort for men in their, posi
tions in life and it is not up to, me
to be a judge."
T)r. Hill referred, to the tremendous
growth of Rotary throughout, . the
uch a schoo! -in this' part of the state.
Each year f or the past . seven ha se?n;
the work expand untib now it is prnb
afily he o'ltsindin'x expcriijient of its
ktid in the county... -"County ettieial-:,
univeisity faculty, mefii-ers -' r:nd -the.',
director and ofliciab of the i..:--:,
na'uska M(fin dist -Asseriibly are plan
ning for even g: eate - accomplishments
in the ;;-!i: of s.tipime1-- school and col-lec'f-
work -1:-, j.e h'uii i:i -the' founda-.
0'.treste1 are asked to call trate the unopened sections, This
f a camo
PRl o T .1 t , , ... . . . , , !
c -r, : L"Ke junaluska or will ncJude tne iDuiinioK ci
, "TKpatrick at the Le
solicitor for this district,
It had been expected that this term
Of the court would .be held in the hew.
building just bing complete d. . Due to
the fact, however, - that final touches
have not been completed on the build
ing itself and the further fact that the.
landscape work is interfering witn
the grounds to the extent . that it
would be more or less inconvenient to
use approaches to the front entrance,
it was decided, not to attempt to open
the building at this term. So far none
of the county offices have been moved
back from the Masonic Temple to the
new building. This will probably be
done during the latter part of this
The July term is uot.i criminal and
civil in nature, however, most of the
time of the court will probably be
taken up with the criminal -Joek't.
Verv few cases of more than minor
importance are scheduVd for tiral.
The docket is more or less cluttered
up with cases for violation of the pro
hibition laws and various degrees of
assault. One court official remark-o
in connection with the calendar that it
looked as if everybody wanted to go
to law against his neighbor for some
tion" alreadv laid ie r--
not yet maeie its appearance from the that the greatest accomplishments of Following the. '.' "oav which
printers and until this is r,nhiili.! Rotarv am to bp found in thp hearts Monoay rjght stu iont of tb''"'U
uj ine nar association ot the. county and lives ot individual iiptarians-- in
the public will have no way of tx-.-.v- the small clubs.. .. The effect of Rotary
ing just what cases are .-scheduled for teaching was 'referred to a-- being the
trial. It. is understood that . her . are influence that changed human ideals
no cases of great lmportanc to le to a higher plane and gave men a new
tried at this term. conception of their highest duties to
Probably the most important mat- each other. He closed . his . address
ter to come up for conidera"ci -v'll with .a stirring challenge to his hear
be the hearing before Judge lMo?v on ers m their own communities, refilr
Tuesday morning in conhectio'i with r'ng to the fact, that at best life, is
temporary receivership of Lak'a Inn-1, short and uncertain and that all may
luska Methodist Acemb'y Some e "near Home, nearer now than we
weeks ago Judge; Moore pran'ed a pe- think."
niiuii aur a temporary -ec"i vertinp
.' : ,! rr.e -:
theV-'-t-c'ek- UTi- th
half of the' se-ss
Jhi- ses--if.ns -wi
18 vher ,t heces. -will
I,)s:ke f lav ard :,
'"o... e'v,r::!..:- V:
.-). e i-.
'. the" .' bake - whve-'
e;v;ork of. !1 c . .;. :-':.-r:'l:
io". I'u'-: iia;'' niov .
il i -ritinue antil July
j-jo fif s:1 t.s; - "h 'oo-.-
V'y' the M 'o - :v-br':of
he annual banquet in
.'s event draws Duke
s ret nr
f the tateijespecially from
:,--.-th raVolfnsi: ard '-'J-ra-:
ide.l by a record crowtl.
in th.s case and named Jerrv Ipm- of fourt jj Grounds
xanc uunaiusKa as Temporary re
ceiver. Since that time th actual i
business affairs of the. Lake Ju'wlu-!
ka Methodist Assembly have ben p
Dr, Lancaster Moves
Practice To Waynesville
Dr. Fans Lancaster of Henderson
ville, a brother: of Mrs. . Lauriston
Hardm of this citv, has ar.riveel) here
Ami Kmnrr fiOffnrl i
where he plans to enter 'he praet
.. ' -.' ' - .'- : " of his profession. Dr. Lancaster will
Work is progressing rapidly on the;,, o -. 4Kp y,:lKC,r Tpmnle
So far as
his hands. Other activities relating job of grading the grounds surround-.0n Church tree
to church conferences and tne oneri- )ng the ne courthou-e. The central! Vr Lan.att- who-e o-ieial h( hp
t-on of the Assembly have gen on ,n was ,et by the Cf)Unty cmni 1Ik.i0mr, tfl .as Her,der-e mnle, k v. A H g.a
the u-ual manner withrut interrun- ' ate of King Colle.p a- iJ-to' Tenn-
t',n Shou'd the leeener hip be con- ' MeSS J' ' C'e anl J' J Feif?J" esee and a irnc f the n.ed ,a
tinued. that status of the Assembly will j son, who in turn sublet it -to an out- s(.nooI 0f the Viig.'nia Medical College,
in no wise be changed, but all ac-1 side firm now engaged m the task oi , For the past year since Iks gradua
tivities will continue as usual. It will grading and making ready the grounds tion he has been connectec1 with the
only mean a change in the manner of for landscape work which will be done Mission hospital 'in AsheviMc.
business management, this being car-: later. It is expected that the .entire Dr Lan.-a.ste-r is a member of the
ried out under orders of the court for task of grading will be completed by Alpha Kappa Kappa, rational med:-
the civil ca'ndar g-es ' the protection of all parties concerned I the end of the time called for in the cal fraternity and the Sigma Ze'a,
little is known as to the cases ?ched- m affairs of the Assembly.
! contract or before.
national scholastic fratr -ty.
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tie' -- :-! Via