Has More Paid-In-Adiance Subscribers In Haywood Countj Thin All Weekly Seuspaptrs Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1932
.si i ievmki nK iijii.Vxi ii i i ii iHiaix lai uvxvoi i i i
Visit To Prisoners In
The growers have not secured
. " 1
kturns for the last two years,! . . .
l ... v.. v ,.B;i-. o - unerai services. ior -urs. Angeiwe ,T i i t
m "in uccii 1...., ... . .,,.1 iqii onn Mripnti I nmV a. 1.. ,.!.. u4 , st.
. i j- iisi owav wpii Known wavnesviiie ti i i iiiii r iuii 1 1 1 1 1 rem csenis wie lucai i-unim-i n umn-
' . i 1 J v .
ler- of years
and wool. For the money in-
. V- . her son Sam Gallowav in East Way- Captain Dan McDonald noted nrison
or, a replacement oasis :e . ,,., - ' . , in.nn M.ontrcI;e4 ,,,,. .v 'r,.
It time, however, well-bred and. ' f. .,., u,.' lt ,,-. iU
fcr lambs give a fair return. , Ramnl attM f the Hnr' l 5M
the past history of agri- .. , r-Wni, nf .w, -itv Tn- in th- r'itv'th ,.rlv n,t tu.
e since the War Between the
the nian who continued to 5m-
He also visited the state
his livestock in neriods cf de
t. - .-..el ir i;a nw.-Hv was seventy eiiriu
on, nas secureu. a nice., prom, r niion oamn at .TTanlwo-wl n-i
the unturn came Manv how- years of age. Death occurrea at tne . .
r UptU. e . an?' in... k, Wnit.l Where she services for the prjsoners there.
nwnme rtisoAiirao'Pf .tti1 either jio)'"'"" vu.ij ..j,.. . - - -..
ra!W their flocks to run down, had been taken following a fall which e
.. . !,.nj o wv. loo- After he m jrom miiana. He
Is Set For Saturday j
Regular Term Of Superior!
Court Got Underway j
Here Last Monday i
the American Lesion, issued a formal1
statement urging every member .f
the legion and ex-service men to pre-
The July term of Superior court . Hutrh renlaTnen, f, " P. ? AT 8 t0. )
convened here Monday morning, with ! 0f the Pigeon Gan Action of the coun ' t- " enuo" 0 lne "P
ivu r -i j c j Ui le i igeon uap section ot the coun- which begins Monday. A parade is
Hon. Walter E.Moore presiding. Sev- ty was kilkd when hit by an unknown ,fhedu,ed for M da after;OT)n an(J
rfl fHftoc hirH Kopti tnaH nr t- cH '
, ; uTomoDiie early bunday morning. the official want all the HavwooJ
ntsuay noon, oui were oi tne minor
cases. No cases of importance, it
was said, would be tried this week.
Fred Smith, local taxi driver charged
with killing Penland, was postponed
The outstanding case of the week, until the 29th. Smith is out under a
perhaps, is the hearing of the Juna-; ?3,000 bond.
luska Methodist Assembly and the j renland was L.stantlv killed some
appointment of a permanent receiver :time about three oVlc,.k Qun,iav m.)ril.
or some other step in carrying on the ing. near h;s honie in the Pigeon Gap
SET FOR 23RD
. Raisers of County
ill Have Opportunity
To Buy And feeii
E TOAT CLYDE
annual Haywood County Earn
. n-., jill Ko hplH
U Exchange -v
lde on Saturday, Juiy o, i
the last two years this sale
U the big gaxntni'K v
in Haywood county.
vear the larger part of the
ff'ered for sale will be yearlings
year olds. Several of these
own by breeders in Haywood
k'in-MocK rarm iiv u.cmv,
1 bring a consignment ot tneir
rhire rams, intscuovc u"
j by Mr. L. I. Case of the U.S.
ment of Agriculture, wno re-
him to tie gooa aiumi.
orobable some purebred ewes
offered fcr sale. Quite a' num-
fcve oeen soiu ju me nu icw-u-
morning, will be open to private
r exchange of animals. Tlfts
should develop into one of the
useful opportunities ot tne day.
rmer can bring his animal and
eXt hailge Wim doner men. . una
if without any cost to the
Those who put animals into
motion .win oe hsacu . j ua.v i
fee to the auctioneer. i
wooq county nus iac liiuie bihtvj' . T i
tny other county west of Ashe- fill MfilldaV MnrninO" F HSOR L Hanlain TaVS
Hugh Penland Is Legion Members To Haywood Juror In DUKE DAY TO BE
Killed By Auto, Attend Convention In Buncombe Bank Case HELD AT LAKE ON
Driver Is Sought! Asheville Monday
Farmer Of County Found! In a statement yesterday, j. c. Pat
Dead On Hip-hwnv Prnm . iriok- commander of the local post of
Being Hit With Un
The hearing set for Wednesday, for members to take part in a . group.
Those that do not have a way of going
to .Asheville are requested f get in
touch with Mr. Patrick.
Josephus Daniels, former secretary
of the Navy and . publisher of the
Raleigh News and Observer and Judge
Kennesaw Mountain Landis, czar of
Says Trial Was Fair
W. C. Flynn, Of Canton,
States That Defendants
Given Fair Impartial
MONDAY. JULY 18
Willis A. Smith and Dr. W.
P. Few Will Be Princi
250 TO ATTEND
Quite a bit of interest in this coun
ty has been created in the Lea-Davis
fliitipal in formption with thir ran.
viction of violation of the banking I Ju,-V 1S- with or,eof the m0iit int?rest-
t . , v i . anil enterLaimmr ihi'uiuiiis cvci
laws in ueanngs 01. tue lenarai nann
Final plans are being made for the
seventh Duke University Day at Lake
Junaluska which is set for Monday,
and Trust Company. This renewed
interest has been caused by affidavits
made by certain persons and used by
the defense attorneys seeking a new
trial. Th,e.-e affidavits tend to show
that members of the jury which tiiied
the ease were-prejudiced to the extent
work of the assembly Saturday. It 'section of the countv when ho was !ba.eball will be principal speakers
is said that whatever action ill taken struck by a passing car Ijiter Fredat tne l)ufiliess sessions of the Ameri-Hhat a fair and impartial verdict was
Saturday will not affect the sc-hed- Smith a taxi driver was arrested on
uled program at the lake for the com- a warrant sworn out before Magis-
mg season. Jerry Liner was appoint- tiate Frank D. Ferguson charged
ed temporary receiver of the Asscm- with being the driver of the car. Smith
bly several weeks ago. was held under a $3,000 bond for his
The jurors for the second week of j appearance at the hearing,
court are as follows: ! Penland was a farmer of the Pigeon
Beaverdam: Frank A. Hall, Seweil Gup section of the CHunt.V where he
Hipps, Carroll J. McCracken, W. B.'s b"n and reared- ,He wned con-
Catalooehee: James L. Cald- leny anu was consider-
.... .....11 1
T N Crawford A.T. te average larmer
Haynes. Crabtree: C. T. Xoland. East
Creek: J.J. Fulbright. Iron Duff:
John M. McClure, Ivy Hll: J.H. 1'lctt,.
W. E. Smith. Jonathan: L.B. Leather- ,
wood, Gordon Reeves, J.H. .Hannah.
W7aynesville: G. W. Liner, J. L Walk
er, George H. rainier, R. M. Morris.
White Oak: Robert McElroy
of the section. He grew
considerable proaiue ifi:! ;i
can Legion on Monday morning. not possible1 and that they gave evi
Eitrht butrle and drum corps have (deuce -of -this prejudice by their ac
pists in the state,
part in the jiarade
drum corps have jdence of this prejudice by their
by the various tion. and declarations.
These will take! Only one juror has been actually
i.nd various 'con-1 nanietl by these affiants in this con
was announced, nettion. This is W. C. Flyii, filling
: Station operator in Canton. On July 1
D. A. V. Install Officers " account .of tv mmv.by the
t i,... irAA.V l ea-Davis attorneys for a new trial
ing the year
appeal eI in the Asheville Citizen and
The MeCIuie-Wil.iams Chapter . D. .the papers in the case contained, an
A. V. of World V:ir installed tlicic J'tiiviavii to. the effect that Flynn had
, ii;,..,.... -f,,,. -i v.. .iv exiVessed opinions ihat 'were oo:;c'u.-
I J ..ltn I I ' l ... v . , - ,
known Thursday night, July 7th. Comrade lv-' prool tnat lie could not give urn
J. F. West is the new commander, )W ulvfendants a. fair and impartial trial. ,
l, pon reaoiing tne account ami tne,
" .,:,.,.;. . 1.Ik1,,i Vlvnn m. ."l''' - ("-""-
nlH'Ve;-' v ' ( f wj -bo charged .for each plate.
, o,,. : mediately entered a denial ol the J . . . . ..: , .,
The JunalusKa Uaml will iiirnisii one
music for tlit. day and will give a
Mrs. Gallowav Buried
throughout most of the. countv
The funeral sei vices Were held at! succeeds V. R.Rhinehar, whose very
. Kethel ' Monday afternoon at two. successful year terminated on
o'clock and interment- war in
.Bet he! cenieterv.. Penhniif is sur.vi v-cd . ior - Viei Commandor. 'K.W-; 'McCiure I
:by his wife, who was; Miss Florence ! Junior . Vice Commander, and J.,ot,K' ' "tements in that .onnection
York, ;unl five children. .. ( Staniev Chaplain. J, E. Goiiee was I V .. - su.ten,,eiu .Mr. ...y m
lie gave tne tnree-'convicted men a
ll'uir and impartial verdict us a niem-
ing and entertaining programs ever
held to be given on that date, accord
ing to those in charge vt arrange
ments. The festivities will start early m
the afternoon with the meeting at the
auditorium that night bringing the
day's activities to a close. At 2:30
an automobile tour of the Great
Smokies will be one of the outstand
ing events, while those not gwing on
the tour will be expected to take part
in the many athletic events that are
i scheduled for the afternoon.
Willis . Smith, well known here
and throughout.' the state will deliver
thy principal address of the day.
President V. P. Few, of Duke Uni
versity, will also make an address,
which in itself assures the occasion
to be a "inr.plete success.
At 7:30 p. m, the reini'a;- V '': '".iner
will liL. held (in the Auditorium
grounds. A special fried chicken din
ner is being 'planned which will he
served in picnic style. A nominal
in. I. !;,,. r ,.nn...T Sen-i
.truthtu ness ol tne said atudavit.
Florence ! Junior Vice Commander, and Joe
i 'Stanley Chaplain. J, E. Gonee was
re-appointed Adjutant-Treasurer, Ed
ward Green was appointed officer of i
the day, G. B. Jolley Sergeant-at
Arms, J, T. McCracken and E. W.
Love Color Guards, Fred A. Ferguson
.special nana concert during, uie pivme
Officials of the Duke Alumni stated
that about .'." 2T0 are expected to be
woman were held from the home of
ferment was in the
Ratcliff Cove -, While here Captain .McDonald visited
the county jail and preached to the
jp times of low prices.
wood has much land that needs
.ciiHa1 i a Hr-nkpri leer Affpr beim?
admitted to the hospital she develop- 01 niore t nan. .thirty years ago 30th Division.
tor of the jury. He denied other al
legations made by counsel for Davis
and the Leas.
His statement follows:
" All the ehaii tres made airainst m,e 1
Executive Committeeman. . . . . . fc the Lea.)avis altornt,ys nd pul,- ,
The Waynesville chapter A-V..,. jn Ashevilk, citizt.n urt ;
should have a very successful !faL,e an) ..,, a ,,eflet,tion on my hon-!
under the guidance of the new .Pin-.i-. and integrity. "The fact that they I
cers, as they have been very active h(m, aj. aflkillvit by Sam Plott to
in the chapter as members. back up these false charges can surely
All of the officers- except tvn ' saw , nQ ' 5nflui!nC(e ' s jnce the only time
service over seas; Commander wst that Sam Plott and I mentnined the
serving with the 42nd Division ; Senior !eas? was wnen i0tt Congratulated
Vice Commander Carver with 3!ifhim ( the. venlic.t we returned in the
Division; Chaplain Joe Stamey with ! ani i,e not I made the i-tate- i A. Hearn, president, spoke briefly of
McDonald was originally the 29th - Division; Officer McClurt. that 'we oiiuht to have a law the purposes of the club and urged that
came to North Gonce, Jolley and Ferguson with .the jikie tne Chinese that of beheading i every effort be made to secure co-op
Club Holds Initial
Meeting Last Week
The Junaluska Woman's Club, com
posed df women from all parts of the
country summering at the Junaluska
Methodist-'' Assembly, held its initial
meeting of the VX2 session last week
at the boat house tea room. Mrs. S.
!banker.s whose banks had failed.'
eration of the. '.women in fostering
nnH fnr mu nv voayc r.f V.io lif. ionrrhf .,,,.111... ' . .1 t 1 . ' . . . r . 1 j : r,. .
j jnM iimnnia wh eh wis the " "." ",c - All aifaDiea .vetera.ns are invueu i "Ano1h:-r charge is very supnsing , me pians 01 ene organiaBTion iui u-
prazed hy sheep to clean it of , ,aatW .re nannwav in the public schools rxf the sUte. Ait- atten(i the D.A. V. meetings which Uhu nt that Davis took the tifvinir the 'grounds and stimulating
The indirect returns from , . mQlfiT, h'r inmp with herler ?PendinS many years of his life in are hM on ' the first and third ! bank's monev and built a fine home i a spirit of friendliness and hospitality.
raising, in the form o? improve- ,.., . ' ,fof tl.hniB fn p-st the scnools he bKm interested in I ThurS(av nihts of each month, ; :n inis xvilf. name 1 have nev.er even ! Prof. Andrew Hemphill, of Birm-
tures is often almost as'iropor-Wo,mM - i the work of speaking the Christian Re-, whlther they wjsh to become memWs .'known whether. Davis had a home in oingham, tenir soloist, and Miss Ber
ime direct cash received. - ' . - '. , , ' - - lirion and was especially attracted to j nr n, I 4 tVmvillB in either his .r his wife's nice Rea. of Tulsa, Okla., pianist,
The local chapter has been very name. furnished a program of negro spir-
active in assisting disabled veterarisj "jt is absolutely untrue that the ituals and piano selections,
with their claims and hospitalization. . Brevard jury or any member of if The next meeting of the club will
Any Veteran desiring information 1 stopped at my filling station. The j be held July 19. The following worn
or help in regard to- .his .-claim; should members of that jury, 'will 'vertify thi.- en were appointed to serve as chair-
I . , , , ..-. , , communicate with J.r.iionce, Ad-(statement. ; men ot committees tor iy.s
licion and was estie-ciallv attracted to
She is survived by three sons, Sam, is T1 v hpa,,.p of thp tremon-
H. W BailCOm To TToM Merritt alid George Galloway all of dous opportunities in that field and
tt.UdUlUUI XUnOIU , , (,ani'hters ., ... , .,
hrol " V Tj 1 -' iiji. "r " ' tecause 01 n;s sympamy ior me neg-
pai JNear Kaldg h;iMrs.JameS Underwood and Mrs. Matt j,icted ar)(i undeDrjvlWed men in the
Nichols of Waynesville and Mrs. W. . prisons of the country. For ten years
B. Moody of Marion, North Carolina, lhe has been carryinp 0n this wnrk
H. W. Baucom, pastwr of the
Baptist church here, left this
S to hold a two weeks revival
old home church near Raleigh.
hui-ch is aid to be one of the
..country churches in the state,
P?e. aistinction of having sent
p'.ar.y. preachers, from among its
"g the absence of Rev, Mr.
F, his son, Herbert Baucom.
as a personal labor of love and now
'at the age of sixty he is still active
TIia Thnrpl flnh to
-" 'and on the job every day of the year.
TTorP TriflflV ' Tne Piedmont Prison Mission in
1T1CCL Jltlt 11UUJ Charlotte, North Carolina was fxmnd-
,'" ' , vj, ,K,riec by Captain McDonald and he has
Prof. Andrew Hemphill, director , v
A . , m cwvin 'complete charge of the work. No
of music at Birmingham-Southern ' . , , . a
... f ... v. church organization undertakes finan-
Collece. is coming to Waynesville rn- . . ,
- ' ' f , o , 1 i cially or otherwise to sponsor the
day evening, July 15 at 8 0 clock to t ,;,, ;K ,i,.nend(.n
Ksterial ''tiiH,t ' niv.' r?.. . ortranize a chora club lor tne purpose ., .... - - :ii.i .r
, vx --o . . . j upon gllLS iiUXIl iui,extteu . lcy()lc.
fill the pulpit, both morning of studying some of the great cnoral ,who are interested sufficiently
"' cf next Sunday. ! works of both classic and nlern:to make donations to the wot k may
i composers. (do so by sending checks made payable
i A few of the selections he eonteni- ' t0 the Piedmont Prison Mission in
plates using are: "Unfold Ye Portals," Ichartotte.
The honor league among prisoners
another phase of the work of re-
. . T . t 1 a J
Wiiip tn - ,4. " j Chorus, . (Tannhauser; nagnei., nabintaion 01 men wno are aown aii
hie Fcr Cripples
OBO TIM M SvlvQl (Redemption) Gound; "Soldiers'; '
UUUAl J1Vdi Chorus," (Faust) Gounod; "Pilgrims' tis
jutant, McClure-Williams Chapter D. j llepresentativ.es of Lea and Davis
A. V Waynesville, N. C. have visited me sometimes as high
' -, ', . . as two and three times daily trying
A W Plrifl Plflrrirn ; . .ito' get rne to make affidavits for them
J. 1J. vIUU 1 I UlUItt
.... f i.,i,,l,l iret n new trial. I never
0 State Complete ta, ti t0 ti :ihe matter with them
1 and have had absolutely no dealines
Four days of intensive study and
i with them.
"I want the public to know that
AllsS Dorothly. M Rnttnn nn-
-1ient of th North' f!nrHna
'ic Hospital, at Gastonia. a
" "e n-ci-j under the auspices
sate and 'Masonic nrdpr Jr
nse of these clinics, which ara
July 25, and the first feature of the
program will occur that evening on
the campus. Between 600 and TOO
young people have already been regis
tered by their home and farm agents
"Oh, Italit, Italia, Beloved," ( Lucrezia 0ut and in difficulty. Cards which
Borgia) Donizetti; "The Sextette," Isetrve as pledges are distributed in
(Lucia Declammermour) arranged for Bibles to prisoners wherever Captain
chorus, Donizetti; "Land Sighting," McDonald frees. These cards have a
!at invitation in , Sylva on Fri- '( Norwegian) Grieg ;." "The Heavens place for the signature 01 tae prison-
The clinic will beein at ! Are Telling," ccreanon; -nnju,,. ,.y.K-fc., , .
vocation to The Sun-uooy- -imaian; .iu-ic-huu v.v. ...y-w ,
Troyer-Matthews; Four negro spir- er as is numaniy possioie. n.e ai.-ot We have arrangecl special courses
ituals: "Listen to The Lambs," (S promises to follow the teachings f . make the pr0gram for the week
parts), Nathaniel Dett; "Joshua Fit Jesus ennstas a means s
? w;n TTarvev Gaul : all of his difficulties and problems.
.... : 1 .' ..... x: 1 w,l,l i
supervised recreaoion nas vceii jjiainieu ' , iw f
. . . . , , , I ;, my part as a niemfier ol tne
for some 700 girls and boys who are ' ' . . . ,
v C , ,V vnrkbury toward giving a fair and lmpai
members of the 4-H clubs of North ' .. . . , , fa ,1,.,,
,. ' , , , , . , tial veroict in the case and i leel tnat
Carolina and who have been selected ,. , v,nilH he
:. , - . - , , . - . ithese enarges against me snouid ot
to attend the annual short course at , ,
,, , . 1 . T , I withdrawn at once.
State College during the week of Ju.y j AeKations contairted in the defen-
2o- r : 'dant's petition regarding Flynn follow:
According : to L. R, Harnll, . state ir,etitioners aver that they were de
club leader, the young folks Will be-j ,r)n.tifniional and : funda-
gin arriving at the college '.on. Monday, right to trial before a fair and
an impartial jury for reasons follow
ing, -to-wit: '
"The juror, Flynn, a member of
the ventire summoned from Haywood
countv and who was selected, sworn
y over the state for crip-
iflren. : The sponsors of the
anxious that all those who
:!1 m.l. .
'"ihe arranfirements t. nnce.
e details win u xtt.
1.1 given in mis
-Wt Wecl- - '.
pleasant and profitible." says Harnll.
"The young 1 folks will begin tneir
ti , . . . , '...v.-.i c. -n irv,l " R,ir- maiCR-ity of the prisoners sign these
.-i,.eea to atiena tmsneign; : rzen.el o-w B;...T...r ... .. has led
leieh- "Mah Lihdy Low," Laiiy -" "r"'" .
i.J: irt TTm " him to believe that at least eighty
.strife ana me ituuv-c , ,
f0OD CJ TV e
re 'i! be a food salo nevt Rat.
arnoon, July 16,on the porch
ftorp Wntl r,
'Js bread, salads, cakes, pics
0- 2 of tho pcU; I
oe same "j. . , , .1 . . . 1
"Ev'rv Time I Feel De Spirit," Bur-1 Captain -ucuonaia saj s mat a d. .,aw room work en Tuesday morning,
. .. n a s.-r t n TAVi enn (.ro c it n i iit-," . . . .
July 26, and for four days tnereatter
there will be instruction in club work,
... nnwanliAn . on t ort A 1 11 m T1
U ,'v,.ti. norfont nf oil who si?n tup r ...
rSonnambula) Belini. L" -,f " " . " ' and special educational features, borne
l&onnamoui;. t c. v t'.i its reauirments, i . r . .
There will be no expense for thisj- ' ! of the unusual phases win incucie xne
ihusicaS service. Prof. Hemphill j B 4NK INTERIOR PAINTED : j ate health contest, the song contest
brought his musical library with him. xhe interior 0f the First National and a contest in dramatics. Two
He plans two grand concerts the ;Bark kas rtcent:y been repainted. The peneral assemblies presided over by
latter part of August, one at Way- !pa;Rters finished .'.their task of deco- j Selma Harris of Pasquotank County,
.esville'andoneattheLake. ating the first of.this week, The )
.-'s- VriHn v'-- night. 8 I ceiling was painted m ivory, wni.e.;,,.
Mrs. R. E. Nollner, finance; Mrs.
J. B. Preston, entrance; Miss Nell
Mc'Clees, tea room; Mrs, J. M. Bull,
nomination; Miss Frank Miller, chap
lain; Mrs. Walter Patten, member
ship; Mrs. J. M. White, civics; Mrs.
Frank Siler, literature; Miss ; Sadie
Leslie, social ; Miss Pearl Saunders,
: Mrs. Walter Patten., Miss Sadie
Leslie, Mrs. J. Davis and Mrs. Mawi
Crura Were hostesses of Tuesday's
meeting. . .
andy,-:,, , " ' K ' """r " . , ,',,. . Uhe -woodwork was given a mahogany tmties will consist pi organized piay,
, a be sold by the laides o'clock, at the Episcopal church , th. eac- sirht-seeine : tours, baseball and
ti V,-. ran Sine IS COr- i u.T ll. 1'ic . - - .
dially invited to attend.
and indications are now that nearly ; , (Ala-ed as; on,e 0f the jurors try
800 selected leaders will attend.. j; notitioners m-ior to said trial ex-
pressed strong bias and prejudice
against peititioners and an opinion
touching their guilt or innocence. Prior
to his selection as a juror, the f.aid
Flynn, who on his examination, stated ,
that he was without bias and could
and would give defendants a fair and
impartial trial, on numerous occa
sions prior to said trial discussed the
failing of the Central Bank & Trust
company in Asheville and the case
against Wallace B. Davis and the Lea i
In these conversations, and prior to
his selecton as a juror, said Flynn
stated that they were all guilty cf
robbing the bank and all of them
ought to be in' the penitentiary, and
made the further statement that he
(Continued an back page)
Large Still Captured
And Destroyed Monday
Rowley Pless, , deputy -sheriff, ac-:
com panic d by Luther Pless and Waif
Trull captured one of the largest still
outfits ever taken in Haywood county
early Monday morning. The still was
in the East Fork section of the county
and when found was1 just ready fcr
its first operation. One hundred and
fifty gallons of mash just ready to be
placed in the still. Indications were
that the outfit had been placed only
a few weeks and that it was in shape
for the first run to have been niade
McUday. The still outfit was Cut to
p eces and the beer and mash destroy
Singing Convention To
Meet Sunday, July 17
The West Haywood Singing Con
vention will meet at the OKvet Bap
tist church at Maggie, Sunday, July
17th, at One thirty in the afternoon.
Everybody, especially those interested
in and who love good singing, tre
urged to be present.