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THE . WA INEis VDLLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY DECEMBER . 15, . 1932
Eakin Says Survey
Of Skyline Road
To Begin Jan. First
230 Miles Of Roads Will Be Built
In Park, According To
ies, to the western boundary of the rj T)Mr l?.vtv TPKio
Park, there connecting with ihe Deal's I I DOVS -T lUIIl II lib
uap-ivnoxvii:e-Aiiania nignway. inis
nine mile link will run from New
Found Gap. 5045 feet high, to Cling
man's Dome, 6642 feet high, the high
est mountain in the Park, and the con
struction of this nine mile link will
be started rarly in the Spring, and
can quick'y be graded and paved. All
primary roads will be paved, cf a
run-skid, sale type, liu lc-et wide, nun
fiv. fee: shoulders. The complete
I Park Road Svstem will c-j-t nearly
i ..!!:..:: dollars. i . a.
I'i:e i'a"l; Sonic
!'k-. mi. ci.mp'.ete
within a few
ut ami graded
fit- nrst inilo
il 1'rk Trails, six
J. Ross Kakin. director -J the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park, of
427.00't acies. announced recently
that the National Park Service has
laid out a system of 230 miles of
highways to he huiit in the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park,!
that surveyors of the U.S. Pureauj
of Roads are now at work in the I
Park. Uy January first they expect
to complete i-urvc-ing a nine nti'esj:!
iiriK oi a -n-mne nighway along tnei
main, mile-high ridge of the Smokies,1
which will run from the Indian Gap I Texas, with more than 10,4:50 miles
Highway, which Tennessee and North) of railroads, leads all other states in
Carolina have built across the Smok- this respect.
Wake Forest Now
Students From Haywood Are
Making Good At Baptist Col
lege, Report Shows
: . for hikers and horseback
-xincts !v rini.-h the re
: .Ja::u.;iy I '
. ht- Stem.- I .; the evceib.'iit
Indian Gap highway crosses
);' -'li'h Smokies connect with
t.aed highways .o Florida.
Diet Didn't Do This!
' '1'"''',,, f W:&&&fil&$.JS " . 'V
, k , tkl's I. -
' 'j- : .:.
he has never
HAPPY !i't!' c
w.ith ; pe;., aa
tasted a to.'iir :
Even.- fliilii's stom:i.'!i. liver, and
bowels peed limulatinij .A titr.es,
lut pic children something you
know all about..
Follow the advice of that famous
family physician who gave the
world Syrup pepsin. Stimulate the
body's iitc.l onans. Pr. Caldwell's
prescription of pure pepsin, active
senna, and fresh herbs is a mild
stimulant that keeps the system
from getting sluggish.
If your youngsters don't do well
at school, don't plr.y as hard or eat
as well as other children do, begin
this evening with Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. This gentle l!rm-l:i.:
will soon right things! Tl.e bov
will move with Letter, regularity
and thoroughness. There won'! I,'1
so many sick .-spells or colds. You'll
find it just as wonderful lor adults,
too, in larger spoonfuls!
Get some Syrup Pepsin; protect
your household from those bilious
days, frequent headaches, and that
sluggish state of half-health that
means the bowels need stimulating.
Keep this preparation in the home
to use instead of harsh cathartics
that cause chronic constipation if
taken too often. You can always
get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at
any drug store; they have if aO
ready in big bottles.
. :. s. rs of Haywood county litj
- are among this year record-
i a.-;i;:g enrollment at Wake Forest
i'. liege. Four are from t'ai,; jn and
ti .e,. from Waynesville.
The gioup is made up ef one J're-h-man,
nc sophomore, two junior?, one
.:en;or, and two g-ad'ia.',- student..
'lit- is studying nu-Jicir", on.. js tak
i:,,r work leading to the Master of
Arts degree, and live are enrolled in
"he academic school.
The Canton quartet is composed of
W. I. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs.
N. J. Roberts; D. H- and W. W. Cog
dill, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Cogdill; Chas. F. Owen, Jr., son of
Rev. and Mrs. C, F. Owen.
aynesville s representatives are
H. W. Baucom, Jr., son of Rev. and
Mrs. H. W. Baucom; R. K. Newton,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Newton;
C. L. Russell, sons of Mrs. D. M.
The influent' of these men i- being
felt on the Baptist campus. Owen,
for in-tance. was recently "tapped"
into Golden Bough students honor so
ciety which is composed of that two
per cent of the student body who are
voted by students and faculty mem
bers to posress to an outstanding ae
gree qualities of character, scholar,
-hip. and leadership. "Charlie," as
he is known on th(. campus, is a mem
i er of the 'varsity basketball and
football t arns and is a member of
the 'William Kdgar .Marshall medical
.: ii ty. I'. H. Cogdill and Roberts
. rt- ineail.ei's of the college literary
.-' en ty, Ihuirorii is presiciint of the
Faptis.; Student t'nion Count il and
a varsity track man. KasseH, ;.;
. i- '-. if-! .. r the I), ni .n 1 leacon
' .it':i! t ii m is known around here
as 'he mun wh.. caught xm- lias- that
defeated Sni:'.!i Carolina. He is a
:ie-.!ii'-,.o f ti.e Pan-Helh-'iic . Council.
'. .v- - ;t jsia'.; in ' 'i.finHtry.
"i :: i!:r. -.' -.Ml no n have organiz- '
!:;:. -e'vi s in'.-, a coji.ty elu-ti with
! ''A '!! as .n , i.li-nt ; V- . W. ("oioiiii.
'yi.ee -ti.iil-!it;. .l!':ucif!., ..-ee'et-a ry.
Recent success: of trie- I "lid Gold am
Black teams in forensic and athletic
activities ins released a wholesome
sniii; at Wake Forest that has -.toned
un every ha.-e '-of college life. Her
(ielfliting team is the present South
ern Champion. Every member of
Coach John Caddell's baseball team
which- last spring won the State
Championship will represent the De
mon Deacons again this season. In
football this fall the Baptists de
feated South Carolina by precisely the
same score. 0-0, that Tulane won from
them, and in competition with the
"Big Five" college in North Caro-
Cost Of Schools
Brings Ud Question
In State Capitol
Pubiic, As A Whole, Can't Under
stand Reason For Increase
I Greeting Cards May
I Be Sent For Half
T. TV TT 1 1
rnce n unseaiea
Because of .low prices, Anson Coun
ty growers " withheld " their turkeys
from tha Thanksgiving market and
are conditioning them lor the Christ
Poultry in nine demonstration .
!Xo Writing, Other Than Signa-iflctks on which records were kept in
I . , , T i Caldwell County this season paid a
; ture Of Sender May Be r.et eturn above feed cos: of $1.55
L'.sed, Says Officials
Rak-igh, Dt-v. l.i. Why did public
. . ! in North Carolina cost rive
:.es as much in as they did
i:'14-15. or .."). 44y,C4'j as com-
i-a.ei with $2",16.60S? This ques
ti' :- - question the taxpayers are
-.nK and one that the -North Caro
o.o. Kiiucatiou Assciatien has gath,
e: .-tlicia! .inures to answer. This
- -Js with the factors over
hu- . the school people have no con
:u:'.; "lie later will give those relating
to improved standards and opportu
nities for the school chillren.
The thre? major factors in this in
crease are increased attendance, in
crease in length of term and decreas
ed purchasing power of money.
Between 1914-15 and 1929-30, the
pupils in public schools in the State
increased from 410.140 to 691,995, an
increase of 40 per cent. When trans
lated into money, this the cost of
teaching the additional 40 per cent of
students, on the 1914-15 basis, would
a id $2. 176,856 to the cost.
In the same period, the length of
schxnd term increased from an aver
age 125 days to 156 6 days a year, or
U per cent. The increased cost for
the additional length of term, on
the 1914-15 basis, plus increased at
tendance, would be $1,449,604.
.'Oaring this interval the purchas
ing power of the dollars varied, but
he dollar at the first data was worth
ii.'l cents, or 37 cents less, in 1929-30.
which translated into the purchasing
-ow.il- of the dollar for the latter
dr.' would mean that $10,558,143
must be charged to depreciation in
ThejLptal of these three items gives
.14.1S",C03 increase, which, added to
" "' 1 ...: of schools, $5,449,643,'
. . ' the 192'.t-3U . chools,
' .: ?'! to " 1 1 ..'i7. 2-10,
".-'- ;"-'.:::). :;:i7 -h ,t of tlv;
t .- ; !! . : c .ht S'jite in
tr :.! ; ' ; h; ! ICH-'M ; iikis,
i i .'-7'.:'.".7 dilJVrenf is' i-4';i!l-
-e ov moi .
CO t !7.-..
Christm - : greeting cards may be
mailed for one and one-half cents
f an un-ealed envelope, according to
Postmaster T. L. Green. If placed
hi a sealed envelope the cost will be
'. hree cents, same as any first class
Picture post cards will be accepted
for mailing at one cent each,. It is
pmted out by the local, postoffice
officials that only greeting cards may
be mailed at the one and one-half
cent rate, and that on the enclosed
card, only stock phrases, such as
"Merry Christmas." "Sincerely;
yours " etc.. and the name of the
sender may be written on the card. :
Anything written in addition will
riean that the card will go as firsf
class matter and must bear the reg- j
mar inree-cent stamp.
T. D. Temple of Scotland Neck
harvested 16 bushels of Tennessse 76;
Iespedeza seed an acre from his seed-;
ings this year. i
school cost; the enlargement of the
high school curriculum; the trans
portation of more pupils than any
other state and at a cost of less than
half the national average increase in
salaries of teachers, based on expe
riencp and training, and other items.
J. C. PATRICK
The Only Place Tags Are On
Sale In County.
; o : 'y.-i.v
ns' goal line .was cf:
I : v ;-, s hnving 'puS'.i'd since, its
i : pallia .ficn in 1M14,- Wake Forest is
.P'ieparir.g for a second century of
.-irvicj. . Construction of its new
: i .t y tiious and dollar- med'cal build
ing is weil under way. and blue prints
for. an udi fuate gymnasium were re
cently submitted. The enrollment
this session, some 859. is approximate
ly ten per cent greater than that of
Registration for the second semester j
will be on January 30-31.
Golden Delicious Black Twigs
THE ROCK APPLE HOUSE
Barber's Orchard On N. C. 10
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
NOT OPEN ON SUNDAYS
An Ideal Christmas Gift
A few higher priced coats
up to $50.00
From 1-4 TOffiZv
On group of 25 coats originally priced from
$9.00 to $14.00
Including staple and large sizes
Xmas Specials $4.95
All Winter H A T S Grouped at 49c, 95c, $ 1.49, $1.95
Only Three Velvet EVENING DRESSES All Woolen Dresses
Dinner Dresses Left $9.95 to $16.75 all in- reduced for
Reduced to $7.95 eluded at $7.95 immediate clearance
Sweaters-Gloves-Scarfs-Blouses-Robes are pratical gifts
Children's Goats to be closed out at 98c to $4.
BOYS' SUITS BATHROBES RAINCOATS
dn in . in en For every age and size Overshoes and Galoshes
10 a most acceptable gift for the practical Santa.
5c to $5.00
Xmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts