Has More Paid-In-Advance Subscribers In Haywood County Than AU W eekly Sewspaptrs Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
uch Building To Soon
Be Underway At Lake
BHHV MMBM- - W MHaM
.icL Assembly Has A
Lcessful Season, Both
ArUns recently appointed
t,to Walter E. Moore as perra
( Reiver of the Lake Junaluska
,-b v siateu yciciujf ...........
FT in.ni hnildinc nrosram
Ce launched within the Assembly
for several new cottages will
et jn tne near
the process ui w8
t". u..:i.i;r,ff activity was brought
PIS uuuuii't, " -- - - .
it was pointeu oui.,
. ikni otFPrv enEUHire wuimi
Assembly grounds was occupied
season, with the possible excep-
tociann has been fine, re
fine ... ',
Mess of Handicaps we cic
ronted with at tne uegimimK vu
..., Mr. Atkins saia. - ine
which closed Tuesday)
Staav" , ..
. (Smincinl success. It was on
...:.u li.t conann Ann" a much lartT-
tendance. I have been told Dy
ii..in imv for vears. that more
pages, were rented this season than
iy time during tne past iivb
.'. utiui continued. "I am en
.'.",i ,.,itVi tVi nut look for the
embly, and am optimistic over the
lation. There is a spirit oi opu
m prevailing in the church in
ilr, Atkins and Assembly officials
Miking on next season s program,
,.,, . r. ho nhlpi to announce
he liew additional features for next
l.-nr'o nmffram. Announcement oi
tse plans will be made at a later
for. Childs, director of the Uuke
immer School, which holds their an.
:al sessions at the lake, reported
unusual tine attendance tins sum-
Rov Scouts To Stage
Boxing Match At 7:45
Thursday At Camp
43 Boys Are Enrolled At
Camp Near Lake Juna
luska. Many Tests
To Speak Here At
8 O'clock Friday
Educational Conference Will
Open Here Friday After
noon At 2:30
Speaks Here Friday
Night; At Lake Monday
The official season for the Junalus
, T.t Acanmhlv ononed .Tune 10.
id closed' Tuesday of this week, Aug-
r. 30. :
iihilee Sinsrers To
Repeat Concert Here
Un September Mil
Tiio inKiiwo and sniritual sineers
tho recently gave one of the most
tijoyabie concerts neara in mis cum-j
unity, will repeat their concert nere
i September 8, at p. m. i"c.
jlementary School auditorium under
lie auiDicps of the local chapter of
ne Eastern Star.
One citi7.on hearing them at their
ist concert said, "The voioes carried
melody 'that could not be surpassed,
: was marvelous from beginning to
The singers are under the leader
ship of Marion Kemp Howell and the
fcastnr nf (ho Kpctva MotVinHist church.
Rev. Lomrhorn. There will be solos,
iuets, (juartets and sextetts featured
in the .concert along witn the entire
norus. . .
The audience that attended thelast
oncert of thd inhilpo Atid sniritual
lingers was composed largely of sum
per visitors, and is, being repeated
orcier tnat home ioiks mig"i 'vc
Jthe opportunity to attend as well as
line summer visitors who intena ip
'"car the concert again.
ITvcrvtViincr U in rpndiness for the
hnvini lviotfVioa tliat will hp stared
at the Boy Scout camp, Tuscola near
Lake Junaluska, on Ihursday nignt
-TV, hr,ni . tnk-p nlacp at the
natural ring that has been construct
ed on the side of a hill at the Boy
Cni,4. pomn Thp natural surround-
UV-VU sui't - -
ings afford one ot the most pictures
que scenes to be found near here. The
ring is built at the foot of the hill,
while the spectators sit on tne nam
ral sloop and witness the bouts.
The camp opened August 4th and
since that date 43 boys from here,
T.l. .Tiinnliislra . nml HaZelWOod have
sDent some time there. The average
1 . . i !- 1 I All
for this period has Deen uuuy. tu
o,.,!. K.,va Viovq tnlff'H Kvinin . uart in
bllC'.V UWJJ "H'V
t-w nftnat-rnpiinn of the cam!), and
lnojjf pverv bov has Dassed at least
n.. cniitino tpst. since srointr to
the camp. In all 100 tests have been
passed during the past 1U uays.
TV, ramn ui Kllilt. Illdor T.he Dei'SO
nal direction of W. B. Ferguson and
W D. Smith, both of Waynesville.
r.... 4t.n linvlnn .Vinnt. Thursday
night the Canton troop is scheduled
orrpa. in til liniiorill. J.I1P. luu-
i.KJ ufvwi ... , n
ill: in iimhcu " i
of the boys' and a small admission
will be charged, witn an procerus k-
ik,. oamr. fond Thfl bovs .have
illg IU lll VMIp
L-fwi finnncia) oxnenses thus lar
'and are trying to raise money by
giving entertainment insieau oi aiv
ing for donations.
C A. George, professional boxer
and wrestler, will referee the match.
Tickets for the entertainment are
on sale at the drug stores and the
LeFaine Hotel. . .
'.t.in. n thn scout leauui.
t7',.n.c.n oni Smith, thp bovs stand .
a good chance of getting the Hoover
Trophy which is a large flag which
is presented to troops uicicasuij; mv
number of members.
The following is a list of the ooys
belonging to the camp and their rank
in scout work, as of August 30.
(Mack Davis. Fred Marsh, Ernest
WithersRobert Andrews, Andy Sauer.
Leo Buckner. Fred Davis, Tom UiU,
Howard Hyatt, Otis Massie, Victor
Notocck, Marcus Rose.
r-i RAinetn Thftd Chafin. Mar
shall Davis, Dick Henry, Hunter
Henry, Clarence Hyatt, Joe Howell,
t....:a TIv,,ao Vrnnk Massie. LlV iUC-
-.- r MnHfnrr John Reeves,
mil v-.i, TTiwrVi' (',a( v. Ned Aled-
ford, Hoyle Hancock, Alton Hancock,
Kotrers. Fag . Sawyer, Auzeii i
keld, Robert Davis, Max ujcnian,
Bill Swift, Harry uramum, v
L.'., r.orHon Hendnx. bam
onaiivi, " - -
jicriri'grield, James Ulcus..-.
Candidate for Tenderfoot
On Fridav nieht at 8 o'clock in the
fmnrt Vinncp hprp. Hon .Tosenhus Dan
iels will deliver an address to the cit
izens of this county on in? educational
conference which begins Friday after
noon at 2:110 at t:ie Central Elemen
ary school building here.
Tim fnnfpmncp will adoUTO after
the Saturday morning session here at
the Central Elementary scnooi. ims
session is to Degin at a:ou a. in. rut
the Saturday morning session it is
requested that every officer of the Par-PTit-Tpnchers'
Associations and officers
of all civic clubs be present.
The address Friday night by Mr.
n-u;.i'u iu pvnpi't i'i) to ill aw an audi
ence that will tax the capacity of the
new court room. It is suggested that
those wanting seats be in the court
room before o clock.
Tou.hovj from pverv section of the
county are expected to be here for the
The complete program s us iolkrws:
Friday, September 2, 2:30 o'clock,
U'entral Elementary school.)
Meeting called to onii'V by 1'resi
lent, R. C. Cannon.
Music bv teachers oi Waynesville
Township Schools. ,
Devotion, Rev. H. W. liaucom.
Tho Pnrnose of the Educational
Conference-Supt. Homer Henry.
Election ot Utlicers.
I'rimarv Teachers, -3rd Grade Room,
Mrs. R. C.Cannon, Leader.
Gramniar Grades, 7th Grade Rom,
AT H. Bowles and T. 1.. Revvlle,
a nnh .
(hi I unir,, nire Handbook and
High School Teachers, B. D. Bunn
(' ) Teaching Formal Grammar,
di Use of the Work m High
cu..l V? P Pnnnon.
(c) The Use of the Library, Supt,
T 11 T7iinn
'(d) Cooperation of Rural and Char
ter District, by A. j. nuicnnis.
(e) The High School ocneuuie.
Round Table Discussion.
Horace Francis an 1 Mrs. J, C. 1 at
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1932
Schools Are Ready For
Opening Monday, 8:30
JeffreSS GlVeS Out To Succeed Mr. Frye As
nformation Regard- j iwl-
ing Highway Work
Chairman Of Highway Com
mission bays boco Gap
Road Will He Survey
ed This Fall
Hon Josephus Daniels ,
iMr Daniels will sneak at the court
house Friday night at 8 o'clock and
nf the Labor Day celebration at Lake
T 1 .... 1-.i TV1 nmlu v a t 1 1 Vloek in
JUiuuuMa it "huh j - - - - -
the Lak,, Junaluska auditorium.
Final Plans Are
Made For Labor
Wavnesville A n d County
Will Join - With uanion
In Celebration At
hand an I with a holiday
sional men togeincr wun inim.,vv.
of the Champion riore comimny
iourlicv to Lak- -JunaiusKa, mjp
L.1 ,i n li lull' t 1l T 1 It' 1 Ut
I'LILLillUV 1 Itt vw
hnrntn mid COnilHC
I.iibor Dav cele-
bration ever attempted by local pro
Not since 1918 have Canton repre
sentatives left home to spend Labor
Day, the biggest holiday of the year
insofar as this section of Western
xt ...ii. ,..,i;., io foncprned. . But
since it has been almost unanimously
,.iinj U civic nnd commercial loau-
lers to spend the day at this famous
'social'-and religious rendezvous, no
stones have been left unturned y
.special committeemen to stage the
most complete holiday possible.
in ,v ..(Tort ti clear un manv high
way . questions, that have been some
what puzzling western lNorm v.urj
lina for some time, Chairman E. B.
Jeffress made' a formal statement re
centlv in regard to each highway
project that was diwcussed by the
Western North Carolina Great Smoky
Mountains National Tark Committee
u-hir-Vi hi.lif nn oxecutive session l.ere
at Wednesday alternoon.
In speaking of the Soco Gap road
Mr. Jeffress mmde no (.etinitc state
ment l-eganliinr the immediate con
struction or surveying other than U'
lil lieirin as suoTi as the "leaves
in that community ladl.
The projects passed upon by the,
committee last Wednesday were:
(1) Karly completion of lliguways
Nob.. 107 anid 112.
(2) Completion of State Highway
No. 293, via tfoco Gap to Cherokee,
intersection with No. 107.
(3) Grading and paving of High
way No. 10(i from Cashiers Valley to
Ml Widen and luudsiir'u -e 'o. i Duke
.101 r i,., 1 t, thu . Tennessee - In
; in TPndiness for the
jvci yviiiii ,
opening o schools here Monday morn
ing September 5, of all Waynesville
township schools at 8:30 a m., ac
cording to a statement made by Sup
erintendent B. D. Bunn.
No formal program has been ar
ranged for the chapel exorajn
, ..if . .1 1 .V, win Un. held at 9:JU.
niKll tfcnoui nn"", ..... w. -----
The main feature will bo an address
by Dr. R. I . Walker, pastor vi. i
Presbyterian Church. AH parents of
the students and visitors are cordial
ly invited to attend mis anj
All thP schwols will have their open
ing exercises at this time.
' At a meeting of the school board
Tuesday night, Mr. l'aul Frye, Eng
lish teacher and ofhestra director, wa3
released from his contract m order
that lie might take a much higher
position with the Mt. Pleasant M1I1-
Sup. B. D. Hutv r.cq-- :.r. that
all high school and elementary
students hring all their tcond
hand bmilis with them to schw)
Monday morning. An effort
be mode' to sell and exchange as
many books as posfible "f"1"
that no new bm.ks be bought until
after the Monday session.
tary Institute. In this vacancy Mr.
Francis Marion l'ratv, a graduate ot
veakin'gof' Mr. Vryv, Mr. Dunn
MA. "Mr. Frve leaves to tae h v,
, .. 'hicher Dositixin elsewhere. The scnooi
Impinvi- No. 12SG from 1 lankim ; iinu- a ellicient teacher, and he
tnat win i; ' . . "
'fill. I regret very mucn nus ieav...fe
USThe following is the list of teach
Sentember 2nd, 19:1J.
House 8:00" P. M.
( Continued on pa
: C 11 ft n L
Throuirh their general supervising , meeting anil I will Kve ou n ! ;,
. . ii 1 v .1 .-ciippin) 1 c.i nf tlin iiroKi'ivt. status 01 flu Ii nne Ml
chairman, iviayor ,.--,..... ,.,
H ontinueil on page o
Many Visitors Are jSquirrel Seas on
Planning To Remain! Opens Today Bag
For Dahlia Show nm iv uMKi
Much Enthusiasm Is Being Fishing Season For Small
Displayed Here Over Mouui iass r.xienucu
Coniing Flower Show Until September 30th
t, Hi yson City. n.,inm ' leave.- a placi
(Ki) L.OllSHUCL U lUttll hviii '
Cap, via the old Hood, road, to Son)
Gap. . .
(7t It is also advocated that No.
9kw i. returned as a State Highway i . ..i,i. .v i. Robeson, princi
and No. 10 he widened and lieautiliedj , f,os8ie ja, Nancy Crockett, Mrs.
.SV Of herh rraiccf i,..i;..i, Mr. .1 M. Kellett, Vir- ; i
Mr. .leil'ics,, in his statement took , Welch' F. M. Pratt, Mrs. Grace ;,
up each one of these projects 1,1 ord 1 , T 1 li'r i ti 1) t Stamey, C. K. Weatherby, jj i
Thmt part of his stateme-it dealmu r ,j j McKlhannon, Mrs. Lucy late , I
with these projects follows: , Klh(ll (aif W.D.Smith, ,
"I have .ead the list of projecis ; - K(lvvan.s. H
. t .1 i VI ....H.i.-in n
unproved nv uic . iwrnv "i'"'""-
1.1 .mlnrv Kl'hOl.lH
J l, Villi-J -
Elementary sclufol-: Central, M. 11.
n..wl,.s. nrincipal: Mrs. Ova P. re -
.' Completion of highways 107 nnc It";, '. in(;r Fiances' Robeson, Lois
112 is being provided tor as outln. l n.lt.oI(, Anml ): Kirkpatrick, Mary
above. u.'.i,.. l'l .vis- ILizehvood, J. P. .Beam,
on i . 4 in tt ti in ; '
ic hpinrr shown here! v-. ur i)i.nr rnnnfv TSaniA War-
about the dahlia show which has b"n l(io of this countv, announced yester
set for the 15th of September. The den oi .
According to S. H. Stevenson, offi
cial weather observer for Waynesville,
for the United States Weather Bu-
i I uaY V UiC lO IlUb J1H T lllg
t weather as some might think.
uuring the past 15 days the tempera
ture has ranged from 44 to 90, only
woe gning higher, which was Tues-
During the past 15 days Waynes
ville has had 9 clear days, 2 cloudy,
?nd 4 partly cloudy, and about 3
inches of rain fall.
Thp official readings for the past
Is days were:
27 ;. -
28 . .
The minimum for the, summer was
n Julv a -n-itu n a The
1 . " 1 iuuii a 1UI1IK v. - -
When reading was recorded July 20,
"'a reading of 93. The rain fall
July was 3.74 inches.
n. H. Cordon, A Summer
Visitor Here Sees That
Many Changes Are Made
D. B. Gordon, of Pamplica, S. C,
who has been coming to Wayne3iile
for the past twenty-five years, to
pcnd the summer, was a visitor to
The Mountaineer office last week. .
stated that he was im-
pressed with the beauty of the new-
court house, anu it wa oi:.c m
h2 had seen in ,this section of the
II .J - .1 Olnlnr. 1
"Business conditions in general are
improving; uvci ni- ---. : -, ,
said. "Business conditions here jook
to be as good as any otneriav.
iLnJ. km Ti fat- "Tt
cited many cnanges uwy .-
place in. Waynesville since his .first
visit nere. ne '""'v;'" . . ,
Vi ... :,,. nrtiinh ia evidenced
grownn 01 me v"-j - .n
hv the fact that he looks forward to
receiving nis copy oi l
each -week. Last week he was en route,
here when The Mountaineer was pub
lished, but he soon found office
and secured his copy aim
mediately to read the news of Uay
r,,,, to- AVIiilft fiettinp:
VUVO i-rx-& " ' ,
Out ACld WOOa iuunuaj
Ellis Wells, 22, of Pigeon township
Hospital nere ... lo-
afte?noon with a badly e. ; left leg
which he receivea . wm ----SJ
and revived first aid treatment there
before being carried to the hospital.
Ir. Wells is the son of Ed. wens.
Woman's Club of this ity, and all
indications are that one of the largest
displays of dahlias ever shown here
will be shown. .
Many of the summer tourists have
stated that they intend to remain , in
thp city until alter tne snow, wim-u
some term as being one of the main
attractions of the season nere. i
show is usually held earner in uiu
month, but lue to the exceedingly dry
weather the flowers- oi tne 111
n.,n., will Tint hp readv for display
until the middle of the month. . ...
One of the (lowers grown irom ..
?X, bulbs eiven a way earlier in the
summer by Mr. Ivey, of Charlotte,
was brought in to ine iuounm" -'
office this week. It is of the Kathleen
Norris variety and was pratica ;y
perfect in every respect. This dahlia
w. p-mwn bv Mrs. Thomas Erwin,
Route z, canton.
"2. Jt is necessary lor u- to njahc a , Francis Garner, Mrs bam
survey tluough the boco Cap to de-, l r ( 'A $ Martin, Wilda Cra w
termine the best lo-a ion of t us road., j j(j Tui.kt.ri Louie Medford,
We expect to do this Uk 1:.H, ':"-Kva' l.eall.e. wood, Margaret Uurgin.
ing after the leaves i op. Mary Stringfield. .
' Wc aiv pfovuiing (or compU- iunaiUska, J. Harley Francis,
f ,,.rt..,i,v links of -highway- HH5 .UT ii i. 11 Noland.
us fa'r as Cullowhec now. The upper
end toward Cashiers vauey win u
improved as soon as tunas are avail
able. . .. , . .
"4. Highwav iinl Horn jsreaiu i
the TerincsM'e line presents govern
(Continued on page -b)
Unique Record As A
Summer Visitor Here
and Jack fish or Muskalunge tishing
closed ye-terday, August dlst. . ine
season for taking small mouth bass
has been extended until septemoei
The open .season for squirrel be
gins todav, according to Mr. Burnett.
The bag limit for this game is limit
..i r. 1(1 in one dav.
.-.-State license .are. required oi au sm.n.ling his
persons hunting out ol their re-siue uk y , ,Var.e-v.ll.. On- w-
county. County license may be ubed f that r,.,nirl. that .U
by persons hunting in their resident rimbaH is ,uif(. ol., ),ia much to
J A. Bradshaw, district game war
den, of Asheville. recently said, V e
rth Carolina more
nave in. - tvi -"-- m
squirrel, quail and ruffed grouse than
at anv oiner r.- - .
or more years. Other game is plenti
Mrs. Lura May I'.onnatser; Last Vay
nesville, S K. Connatser, principal,
W L McCracken, .-Elizabeth. Henry,
Eula Patterson, Mildred. Crawford,
Daisy Boyd, Mrs. Annio 1'lott Leouei- i
ter; Saunook, W. T. Reeves, pnnci- ; -nal:
Elene Fisher. Kreeda l'liicher, . ; .
Allen's Creek: Mr.-. Frank D. r erKU- , .
son, principal, Mr?, Eva Pr.ce Coal, f, i
and Mayme Leatherwood j.
Mr. Bunn said that the Waynes- f , n
ville. township teachers will jin m l
a county-wide educational P'f ;'
".v.:..u ,m ha heli! in the Central J t i
One of the most unu.mal instances school aud.tor.un Friday
tol. lately rardii.? nuner vitors' day.. September t and . A U strict
v Is 'bit of u.l.-e W. H. C.rimliall. of teachers' meeting will be held in tha .
n a.Son S ivho 'ated that, be high school Saturday afternoon, bep- U
CANTON LABOR DAY CELEBRATION TO BE
AT LAKE JUNALUSKA
To the Citizens of Waynesville:
The Citizens of Canton, through their Mayor
Hon J D Kerr, have extended to the Citizens of
Wavnesvilie a very cordial invitation to pom with
JLm if heir annual Labor Day Celebration to be
held at Lake Junaluska, Monday, September 5th.
A splendid program of entertainment has been
arranged Our invitation tnm Canton, is most cor
dial and sincere and it is hoped that our people yyill
show thel appreciation and cooperat ton ib y closing
their places of business and spending the day at Lake
J. H. Howell
Mayor of Waynesville
U.. -a rni'.r Hi.
COUII Ml )..' "-' v...., - . . ti .
IT i father viuilt tne nousi m v.iiiv.n
Judjrc Crimball spend- his summer,
when the judge w.is one year old.
Every summer from that time until
oday the hoiine lias r. wn occupieu -v...
f-umnier ny Juiiire ''iniiDan.
Judge Grimball is a circuit wun
judge of South Carolina. .
He expects to icuvc "yv
, i n .1....
r l harieKon o ii.-ij.
Haywood Pastors To Meet
At Long's Chapel Monday
u, v n rirvman announced that
the Haywood County Pastors' Associa
tion will meet at Long's Chapel, 'at
Lake Junaluska, on Aionaay moriiinjf,
September 4. The meeting -will be
called to ord?r at 10:00 o'clock.
HERE ON" BUSINESS
ti w c PonUn nfficial of the
JL. IT. - ,
r-v..l. rJ...mnnt tl hflSnlt.AlS- WSS
17Utitr L.liuwv,i.viiv j.-.--. ,
here Tuesday visiting the Haywood
County Hospital wn ousiness. vi.
Rankin's home is in vnanone.
Ti, Hhrnrv will remain open dur
ing the morning from 10 to 12 just
i . . 4- u n fvniin ettx incTirif ii,.
as long as ueiaii.i.6v ;-..:- Ti.t ,.f ;,r,t
Unless enougn money is ' The refi"cti,n from the lkh
meet thP extra expense it will be im- The e. tnoug
possible to continue the jVneipapr a ha'f Motfc a;
First Marriage Is
Held In New Court
The first marriage ceremony to take j
place in the new court house was
preiormea iik "n' r.'- nf , , ?,
,M leatherwood in the Register of ; t
Deeds Office. . VaHii i I,
The young couple was Mis Mattia.
Green and Mr. wiinarn va.., -t .
of Clyde. '
The officers of the court house weri
j..t,i A,rnr tho .eremonv whiU
all the officials attended the first mar
riaee preformed in the new buildingr
Court House Flood
Lights Now Being
Burned Each Nigh
The Board of County Commissioi
rr have orderecd that the flood ligh!
in front of the court house be turnc
on each-night rf or about one hour.
It was observed the f.rst of tn
w-k that hundreds cf people stoppc
ind looked at the beauty of the auili
inp- when flooded in thi power! 1