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WAYNESVILLE, XOKTH CAROLINA
THIUSDAY. N) E.MliEU 17. 1 9.i J
WEST BURRESS IS
SHOT WHEN CHAS
Four .Men Are Arrested And
Placed In Jail Charged
West Bun-ess, 50, who was shut
through the right lur.g Monday night
while (in duty as watchman 'of the
Sherwood I urest, was reported by
. hospi:il authorities as "getting along
nicely" late Wednesday.
Mr. BuiTess v. as 'running res
pessers from the property wher he
was shot. After being shot he walk
vl four miles to his home. The
sheriff's department was notified and
Fanning Burress, 26, neph.'v of the
shot man. and Luther West, 28 broth
er-in-law to rannlnir. were nvrcitu,;
Are (Jivn Todav
! his week the e.!iiiia! election
returns from each county precinct
i're being published by special re
quest of several readers. Several
tailed to the .illice and also several
letters were received asking that
:he ollicial figures be given.
As The Mountaineer is the only
paper giving this information last
week, we are glad to reprint this
with the ollicial returns this week.
Mayors Kerr And Howell
To Play In Waynesville
Canton Football Game
3fa.vor Kerr To .Make
Kick-Off For Canton Howell
To Carry Hall.
and place' in jail 'u're
ine snooting. A either was
liearinu. pending condition
Tuesd.y night Rowley Pless ar
rested Jim Griffin unl hi.; son Paul
CJrifhn on a charge of shooting Buries-..
The warrant was issued by
Deny Pless. Paul was released
AVednesduv morninp- iml Ian
Griffin, another son of Jim Griflin, was
a i rested by Sheriff Lowe and lodged
in jai! awaiting outcome of condition
Authorities believe that they have
the person doing thy shooting since
they still have four in jail.
Miss Anna DeGolly
Buried Here Fridav
Funeral rites of Miss Anna Doddle
who died at her home in Maunoy Cove
near Way lies vi He. were hel l . Friday
morning at 11 o'clock at the home,
the Rev, H. W. Raucom, pastor of the
Waynesville Baptist church, officiat
ing. Interment was in Turpin's Chapel
cemetery about two miles from town.
Miss .DeGolly came here with her
twin brother, the late James R. De
Golly, from Pennsylvania about 20
years ago. Both lived to be 84 years
old and neither ever married. Mr. De
Golly died about two months ago.
They had no relatives in this county
AJbout two weeks ago, Miss DeGolly
joined the Baptist church and was
baptized in a special service in the
afternoon, only a few friends being
At the time of her death, she was
living at the home of C. R. Liner,
whom she and her brother had some
time ago adopted a- their heir and
to whom they had deeded the proper
ty they had accumulated since coin
ing to North Carolina.
Canton Man Is Killed
By Truck In Salisbury
John Henry Clark, 24, of Canton,
was fatally injured near Salisbury
last Saturday wher he was struck by
some Machinery, which a coroner's
jury found, "was improperly loaded
on a truck driven by . .1. Widen
hause, of Concord.'' Hie jury recom
mended that W'idonheu.jo be held for
The driver was placed under a $1,500
bond. He stated that he did not know
man hnd been hit Chirk u-ms sjihl
to be hitch hiking at the time he was
struck, according to an Associated
Funeral gem ties were held in
FLAG DAY TO BE
'Saturday, will be observed as Flag
Day by the United Daughters -of the
Confederacy. Small Confederate flags
will be sold on the .streets by daugh
ters of members of the local chapter.
The funds from the sale of these flags
will be used in the cheer fund for the
confederate veterans at Christmas.
Airs. C. F. Kii kpatrick, chairman of
the Flag Day committee, stated that
any amount donation would be ap-prov-ietfti,
and that, no specific amount
would be placed on the flags.
200 Boys Attended
4-H Club Meeting
Here Last Saturday
Achievement day for the 1-11 clubs
and the Waynesville high school vo
cational agricul'ure boys was held
Saturday with a '-.nri crowd visiting
;:e displays r th,. court house, and
the boys themselves enjoying a isit
:o the theater and otherwise passing
th, day with priiit and pleasure.
About 200 were in attendance and
olfi -ed exhibits.
I 'i-i i.. .. , i ,
c iiuiiioc-r hi exnioits was tar
above anything in the past, anil the
quali.y was fully up to the aver.-ge.
Corn, potatoes, oi.ioos tehu i. Ii...t
and ordinary farm products of all
: ;h( .- kinds wer on display,
i'ln following prizes were .awarded:
. aynesville Vocational Students.
Ci'ae.o; lt, Arthur Francis; 2nd.
I'ugh .VUCracken; "id, Eugene Mc
1 nu-keii. Potat-K-.s: Kugono Mc
1 racketi ; 2nd. .loe I'aw-; oi,
lam Davis; lib. Kus-'.one brain-is.
'in: lsi IvUgene-. Fi.tneis; 2nd. Ar
'.hiir Francis; .".nl l.m-iiw All.o, .M.
lo-one I'.oitlen, Stock Boots: 1st Ar-
!iuiv I rant-is; 2nd) Mav Ketner.
"y-'-': l--t. .-Vial bftin'r; 2nd, Rich
:rd (Juecn; ;.lrd, flilmor Caldwell,
Fines Creek 4-11 Club. Tobacco:
lit, Robert. Lodford; 2'id. Jack Clark;
..nl. Jarvis Teague; 4th. Paul Fer
guson ; ;,th. Down .-Rogers. Potatoes:
1st, Ned Clark; 2nd, Jack Clark.
1 0111: 1st Jack Ferguson ; 2nd, Ned
Clark; lird. Jack Redmond; lib Jar
Jonathan's Creek, Bethel, and
Cruso 4-H Clubs. Tobacco: 1st
Teague Williams; 2nd Herman Ow
ens; 3rd, Stanberry Franklin. Pota
toes: lot. Stanborry Franklin; 2nd,
Charles -"Garrett; lird, Frank Boyd.
Corn: 1st, David Boyd; 2nd. Carlotte
Chambers; lird, Robert Howell; 4th,
c.emur 1 less ; otn, tiillie iiardin.
Crahtree, Clyde, and Iron Dufr 4-11
Clubs. Tobacco: 1st Jim Davis; 2nd,
Riley Palmer; .ird. Kelly Watson;
4th. Russell Rogers. Potatoes: 1st,
Billie Green; 2nd, Roland Leather
wovd. Corn: 1st, Carroll James; 2nd,
Walker Gillett: lird. WhIL-ov a;i.i
liams; 4'!,, J unes Walker.
Beaver lam and M irning Star 4-11
Clubs. Potatoes: 1st, Lenoir "Smath
.rs; 2nd. G01 Jon : Reno Ur.l. 'Reed
Kobinso!:. Corn; lst,.)acL Kill. ;. 2nd,
'iv'.iyn... lia km: ; lird, . VVait;-;- Mo-ore.
All clubs and vocational classes: 1st
ih).ckens, Roy Alien; 2nd., heavy
lined, Hi); Swiit; :ird, pen .VI mal"
::nd 1 females. Floyd Wood.
.Sweepstakes-. . - All. clubs ami voca
tional class. Corn, Kugene Francis;
robacio, Teagu,. Willianir:; Potatoes,
Stanbirry Y ranklin. Seed judging
contest: 1st, Maurice" Kvansj 2nd,
Bulord Ferguson ; lird, Glenn Sor
lells. Tobacco sorting contest: 1st,
imuooe 1111, Ao.'i e ArrniL'ton :
BOTH TEAMS IN
-Meet On Local Field Friday
Kverythinir is readv for one of the
largest crowds ever to attend a foot
ball game in ihe county to witness
.Mayor D. J, Kerr, of Canton, make
the initial kick-off to Mayor J. II.
Howell, of this city in the Waynes-ville-Canton
annual football game" here
Friday afternoon at the high school
field. Mayor Kerr is scheduled t.i
make the kick-off promptly at ,'!::l()
o'clock, a few seconds later Mayor
Howell intends to return the ball to
the goal line for the first touchdown.
1'liH feat, however, is iuostionahlo.
The two Haywood teams have omi
pleled final practice for the game an. I
'"'th coaches ,x;;ovi their teams to
be in the best condition lor the
most coveted game of the season. The
'.it'iie.t hi' livalry i.-- 'i:ing beuveen
the twu teams, :,nd the best playing
of each is cxpeood Friday.
The ,Miimtaiiieei wdl eme;- the
game as iavj.-i'es, 'having v. : ri
games this season than. have ( In
Hears, but past records' -nitwir KtlW .
111 a Waynesville-Caiitou game, as Iji.lb
teams are keyed to the point, of .win
ning- the game, regardles, of past
records, or even predictions.
On another -page in this paper there
appears a page advertisement which
gives complete f;.cts about each team.
For the Canton team. Coach Scarbor
ough wan uncertain as to who he would
start in the game, and in the Canton
line-up on that page the weights of
the Black Bears appear to be rome
what light, but information received
by The Mountaineer just before going
to press, from Canton, was ih.-n -
much heavier team would start i",i;
Cant.m than the cue given in the line
up on the football page.
Coach Weathetby has been giving
his boys a series of new plays during
the past few days, and indications ce
that quite a few new tricks will be
displayed in the Canton game by the
Mountaineers. The Mountaineers are
in good condition after their game
with Brevard last Friday. The Bre
vard team was trampled under :i score
of 52 to Hi. The visitor's points com
ing after they had completed a series
of passes and 'hojr end got loose foi
a nice 4."i yard sprint for a score.
When Mayor Kerr makes the open
ing kick-off he will be taking the place
of Captain Curtis, of Canton,, and
Mayor Howell w'li receive for Cantain
Wyatt of the Mountaineers. The first
play, of course, will not he official, and
it is understood that the two mayors
will 1)..' , 1 tf.-,! off the field iniuie
diateiv after t'omple'..-ntr their first
play. Mayor Howell said he was liable
to forget himself. and go through the
entire ''aiium te.uti .'or a touchdown,
while .Mayor korr told ihe Mountain
eer that lie intended in kick the ball
farther than Mavor Hi we II could run
T-T Vj i
DIES AT CANTON
TUESDA Y NIGHT.
;is l-'ornier Member Oi" Legis
lature From This County,
II! Onh Few Hours.
'i'P: ionuer meinlicr
nine in Canton
1' o'clock after
few hours. Death
no l Wi' H.iu.-e
' died at his
-.y nigh; about
.less ot only a
ausod bv a in
so there vour are
tin y will out-do the 1
At any rate, i
great slrovv to ; ee the
111 act :on. and a still
1 ;-':i 'i' i by the i w o
lock, hoi n- for ihe. .
n.iywii.ie! could. v.
While iiilerv -ewiiig
ollgll early this 'week.
was watched for' a
if this young 'tiai:
rand ol ball heii'
-:oing ti b" ;s
1 iiii city tiflicial,.
1 ;.loi- show will
.ill ; when 1 hey
Coach Scarboi '
one of his backs
few minutes, and
displays the same
I'Vulav that lie .lid
n racti.e iMonday. the Mountaineers
w ill have a tough Mack Hear to catch.
He wns wrms'iiHi' niul twist ine" his Wnv
through the line, and eould .--hoot pass
es like bullets -it -might have been
lni "bi'k-v .)j4v" then iitriiin fie milrM
have been his "natural self" anyway.
there be hundreds mi hand Kvulnv
at 3:30 o'clock to see.
Ihe Rev. L. H. Haves, of this citv.
was reappointed at the Western North
' 'urolina' conference to serve as pre
siding elder of the A'aynesvllle dis
trict Hi' the Methodist Kpiscopal
church. Soulli. Rev. Mr. Hayes will
preach the Thanksgiving sermon at
the union service which will be held
at the Presbyterian church. Thanks
giving morning at S o'clock.
Rev. Wade Johnson
Ls Named As Pastor
Of Local Methodist
3rd, cube Brvson. Hone
Selzer; 2nd, Gilmer 'Seizor
A it I
The weatherman has given Waynes
ville and vicinity several days with
freezing temperature, and a slight
amount of rain. The lowest reading
recorded by S. II. Stevenson, official
weather observer, was on Monday of
this week when the reading was 20.
On the previous Sunday the thornror
's: on '-.'
Robbers Blow Open
kaie Alter isonng
Through The Floor
New robbery methods were used
fometime between Saturday nit?ht
and Monday morning to enter the
'itbce of Blackwell-ltuslinell Whole
'.ale Grocery Company near the de-!-i.
when a series of holes were
' ri-r.l through the. floor "large enough
i) admit the robber' or robbers, who
.uined the door of the large saf' in
th. iillice to obtain about. $2.1 in mall
;!('k of be,.n -, y
which '( in
to .piuf-f; ' th"
wi. . 1 ' w..
in Mk, siife
Fines 'in k
Jonathan, !.(! ouh-
I- ines (.'reek,
rrabtreo.. '(if' in
o-. but none
1 lion- anything mi
' ' he-.'.- t i--1 the
' i" ' went to wor!
-.or the. titt'!
found near Ike
'"i'v been use d
otrid when the
RUSSELL ON MANNER THE
CAMPAIGN WAS RUN
the stock did not
ising, which, tended j
thieves were after t
Were notified earlv
by Mr. Busiinell.
immediatlv, (in the
Cordell Russell, Chairman of the
Democratic: executive committee, re
ceived a telegram from National
Chairman, James A. Farley, con
gratulating him on the way h( hand
led the pat political campaign here.
The telegram reads as follows:
Wavnesville, Haywood Co., N. Car.
We were very happy at headquart
ers election night when the returns
came 111 1 mm vour county and every
other couny 111 the Cnil", States.
Keali.e the effort, put forth bv you
and meniliers of your organisation.
j ta ire to t spresa- niv most.
ii--.t graleful thanks. Flease
tin meiiiheis d .Vo.ui
' 1 1 1 I .'ipjireciate evci
v-as puL forth and ttr1.
New .. Tiistor Vntux Snlishurj To
A 1 live Here Friday, Will
Preach On Sunday.'
Rev. Wade'. - .iohiisoji. newly ap
i.otitni pastor of the Mft'hmlist
ehurch here is ex priced to arfive
1'iiday and will preach at both ser
vices cm Sunday, according to infor
mation given out today by members
of th,, board of steward of the local
M 'hodi.st church.
Rev. Mr. Johnson is i'min Salia
iury. and was sent to Waynesville by
the Western North Carolina Confer
ence. The conference' met in Winston-Salem
on Wednesday of last
week and adjourned on Monday of
Quite a number from this county
attended the conference-
Mr. Hipps was uell known
,hroughout the county and Western
North Carolina. He Was known to
his friends as "Bob." Mr. Hipps had
retired from business in Canton,
where he had made a s.ucees- at his
business. He operated a f irm near
Carton during the past few years
and w:.s recognized as one of the
leaders in community affairs of. his
tction of the county
The deceased was del'eate 1 in the
June primary for reelection to his
ollico by Harden Howell, of this city.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Sallie
Hipps, three daughter's, Miss l.ucile
ilinps niul Miss Mm-im-io llinns hm.
of ' Caul on. Mrs. NYnn.i Kuran, of
Asheville. one son. Uob"it, Jr. of
Wear, n ,le. , '
Accidents Reach -167-
Oecreasc In Cointy Is
Report Over Same
Of The Election
e rathe r
is iig'rts :
JAM KS A. FAliLB V.
nion Services rIo Le
Held At l'ieslyterian
( hurcii On rI lianksKivinp,
NVtst Haywood Sintiiir
1 ( i 'f.. iii
Date Max Min Rain
2 62 29
3 57 28
' 4 ' '.' 57 ' 34s.
5 63 .: 42 .
C 61 45 .07
7 70 53 .28
8 66 47
!) CO 41 .26
10 62 31
11 55 38 .25
12 48 : 27
13 43 21
14 59 20
Jaoies, . r:
of an acre.
iiardin, Bethel, ... o:i bushel's
of an acre.
yle Ao'and. Fines Creek! -.!:i,4r
lir.ins, Clyde; Glenn Sorrells, Clyde;
j'.iid A. Boyd. -.Jonathan; Frank
Rathf.oii!'. Fines Creek; J. B. Smatl
( IH-avcrdani ; John Handy Kirk
patiitk, Beaverdahi. 75 or morn bush.
'on -Mct racken." Fines Crn k A
1 ushcl.s on one-fourth acre.
Jack Sparks, l ines Creek.-. CO bushel
on on-'-third acre.
David Uoyd, Jr., Jonathan, 80
bushels on one-half acre.
Frank Boyd, Jonathan, 30 bushels
on one-fourth acre.
Foster Ferguson.' Fines Creek, 60
bushels on one-half acre.
Rowe Ferguson, Fines Creek, 25
bushels on one-fourth acre.
John Wesley Chambers. Jonathan.
Handy Hoglen, Crabtree.
Paul Ferguson, Fines Creek.
Jim Ferguson, Fines Creek.
Roger and Billie McElroy, Fines
Kd End Joe Rathbone, Fines Creek.
John Williams, Fines Creek.
Elmer Gillett, Crabtree.
Karl Cathev, Bethel.
Convention To Meet
U l)eilvo;jd Kunchtv
! 1 'rc:sb lerian eiio
: iH'sville . District:
.church, South, iU
,yif the service. ..
ii.i i i-1
,'J 1! isSgl-V in'J;'
.' oi! .':. I
ock 'at iic
i?.M- is l
. irnli.' t
;nr- tjie . iuo.
(.-i'.ilo.vav' iire.-iden! of the
V"st ..Haywood; Singing Cfiiivention
Jiiicuhced tnis we'-k .tiiat this organ-,
at..' :v vn'jl'i nu t-t at- the Didhvood
''!'-'.i-' eliiiiiii on .Sunday, November
-oi-. ;it l:.;t) o'clock. . o.
A coidial. invitation, j j extemied to
.U u , attend this meeting.
Below is given the ollicial
I rom Tuesday's election as
by fl'e board of .elections:
Democrat - . Republican
Koo-evol: 'u'.'H lloover"(H2
Thoiiu'.s :; i '
Kliringh.-ius - l-'razior. WHC, t
l.i; ulenant (loyei nor
(iiahaiii tiSo.7 ' Tillelt
w-i.oscni :' ' ' 'i,1ui.,
Al !oruey to. neral,
-B-.inumitt' H.!0. " Wilijams .290
. Auditor . '
Nov. i.i. . Havu.oo cioni-
i.v li'iioitioi ,:i2 indilstii'ii.1 accidents
"lo's i:i t:i;;()-;',i. ;i cmipared with
Iiii" in ltl.TI -;!, tile injured workers
iiceiviii'r $2!t,H9!) in (oiiipensation in
ll'i()-.'il, as coniparc l with '$18,982
in 11'.'!l-.'i2, while medical costs, going
to doctors, hospitals and druggists
ill HlolUSl amounted to $10,487, as
eoinnand with $8.0X8 in lO'ii.'io i...
. . ,'. ' " nil-
comprehensive biennial report of the
.I. v. iiiuusniai commission just is
Of the total 467 accidents the past
fiscal year in this county, 314 were
medical only; that is. t h.. vumO,,,
lost less than one 'wook of tinu ..,,)
received no .mmonsiit r,r, r .i,.. i.....
. ,VI till- i.-.,(
having medical bills paid only; two
resulted in death, 5 left the worker
with some partial but permanent dis
ability, and 146 were disabled,
but for a limited period, the report
The Compensation Act is justified,
it i- pointed out. in that the several
counties of the State are relieved of
many charity cases heretofore result
ing from industrial accidents-that
many civil lenns of the courts, with
attendant co ts paid from county
funds it i.s claimed, have been savel.
J he physically handicapped worker
soil i i
iirhain 68 ;
. C" in m i
' ( 'lllli
M,S. I ll,'
,.'..;: lit.it lei-"
. of Labor.. '
. C vv iiii
: nolo '. .
up by: the
Hoard. . 1 )ti
. j c na; i f. i : i j - o
s 27fl t tie,-, dill in'?
tier cent of hi
t ' wit h be; dis
!?. mm to cair-,
hinveir ; t,. hi
i o a sr.. is I, hi in
Ihesc cases aii
IV.s tin: y
t in ' 'V-fi.llo-vc-,1
ul hospit. I can; i.
I of ti
0. t ri.-.
:i t i i lil
t iio -.vorl.oi
a. .-, ii l,t .
i id (,'f aiitin
I na : s-.r,':i.u,'
'' ; ii . i-'.oi' .
i r, j
IL is the Custoia Ihto to have Ah.
i'ii i (in Tiianksgivino sei vices each ye
and a laige itLtvn'iaiae is expecter!
alfend th;s year.; Special niusic fori
.the' service has been ai ranged. . ,1
Last yea r t he. ser vice - 'was held at 1
the Methodist chinch and Rev. H.W.
'B'auctiin preached tlv i inon. . ;
1 1 1 in (
a j Macon County Republican Bolts
I Tit liri n , T ir-r
rariy vinen democrat Lets iiim
Borrow Pants To (kt To Polls
ave Russell Bursed
i n i a I
M"s : K :
Mr. Dieff Cnvino-t-nn AcVir,,niA
was a visitor in Waynesville Tuesday!
Mr. T. B. MjCrackei
itroin Clyde Saturday.
The election is over, but from
Franklin comes the following story,
which, no doubt, is the most unique
of the entire campaign. The Frank,
bn Press says:
W. G. Barker and Jim Clark were
scouring the countryside of Macon
county to round up Democratic voters
and pret them to the noils. Th
upon a man working in a field.
"Voted'yet?'1 Barker inquired.
"No," the man replied-"I ain't fit
to go to the polls." He pointed to
tiv. torn, ragged pants he. was wear
ing. IhWe are the worst times I
ever saw. I'vp nlwavo vnto1 fVio
Republican ticket, but I'll never vote
it again as long as there's breath in
To Mr. Barker, who is one of the
.taunchest Democrats in th county,
il was sn opportunity to do some
good missionary work.
"Well," he ventured, "if 1 lend you
my, pants will you go and: vote the
"I sure will," answered the other
fellow, whose name Mr. Barker de
clined out of pure neighborliness to
reveal. "But there's new twins up at
the house and my wife can't go."
But Mr. Barker is a justice of the
nea.ee- and he got an absentee from
the man's wife. Then he went out
into the brush, removed his pants
' nd stood shivering for half an1 hour
or so while Mr. Clark took the former
Republican to the polls to cast his
first Democratic vote. .
Coin in is
'i!)o 1 s
i Williams 2,r-6,'!
Terrell 6!M0 ' (No Candidate)
. Hospital Trustees
. N'on -uaH.i tin)
F. T. Peden 6422. J. M. Long. 6 I'll,
and J. II. Smatht'is 6415.
No. 1. Making term of sheriff and
coroner for four years instead of two:
For 4328 Against 4536
No. 2. For special election for rati,
fying constitutional amendments:
For 3994" Against 275?
No 3. To nrnteef insiiranni. nt Vi.l
ows and orphans aeainst creditors:
rw HM4 Against lVShS
No. 4. Making solicitorial districts
senarate from judicial district:
For 28.36 Against 2541)
i sold a -: o
War an ' v,
i ( "uha aiei
liian 'i ii! tl
; Mi- . f;u -and
Oollege and. a inembcr. of. the
oil is s-uio ive.r 1
d. en. a son an l
1 Chai It
i a student at. YV
Mountaineer To He
i Next week The Mountaineer will
be published on Tuesday night in
stead of Wednesday night. The
publishers are doing this in order
that all subscriber may get their
paper before Thanksgiving, as
there will be no mail delivery on
that day. All persons having news
for next weeks paper will please
get it in not later than Tuesday
morning at 10 a. m.