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WAYXESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
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Bapdsffeiect ;FasiorsAssociationJwiiat Happened In Haywood -!': unt.v lwu. iltVydw. 74,
ammr i ear
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Sl'fl (lil! . M l - Svihi !-.;
H. I). Hisi.n; piniiisi , Mi.
Newton., i rail iu .-upt 1
young- itpU F.dwin I 'a;,
mediate, Mr. II, W. Unuc,
S. K. ('(innat. !; primary. 'Mr-. .!. 1 .
Mvniraii; rv:uV ruli. -A r K. !'.. Full.-;-;
licnu', .Mi. . T. Ciawiaiil.
Tye Calhev Dic
Of Pistol Wound
Sl.iloiU Who K ( haifted With
Ikioiiii", Hold In Jail
Tye ('aiiii'v, who was luit through
the breast wit ji a revolvci' last
Friday lii'lit in I'ifrooii' township, al
R'Kt'dly Uy Sam lilylock., at. whoso
home .'.'the tias'cdy 'is said tvi-hav.' v
curcrt, dit'd Tuesday mniiiin' about 2
o'clock at the llaywoad county hos
pital. Funeral services were held Wednes
day afternoon -it tht. lioiue. Inter
ment was in I'ethcl ceineterv.
Full details of the tragedy have not
been jriven out, but dtice:s said that
athev was at the home ot IdaylocK
about 12 o'clock at, niht when the
pistol was tired. The hall entered the
left breast a little above the heart and
passed through the 'body and out at the
back. 1 he coat that ( athev was wcar
injr at the tim,, was brought in anil it
shows that the ball passed through it.
Cathey was brought to the Haywood
county hospital about. 1 o'clock at
night and an examination made at
that time. Sam lilavlock was arrest
ed bv Shei'ifl J. A. Lowe and charg
ed with shooting. He said that he had
no recollection of the aifajr and would
make no statement about it. He .was
brought to avnesville and lodged in
jail, where he is miw confined without
Th,. slain man is survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. lom Cathey;
four brothers, Hugh, Joe, Ray ami
Howard Cathey; and two sisters, Mrs.
Arthur Matheson and Miss Betty
SICXA TOR IIO!( Rh'YXOLDS
IS HIGHLY 110SORKD
Senator Robert R. Rev-ieUls -was
highly honored the other day by V lce-
President C urtis, who, allowed 'Our
Bob" to preside over th0 Senate -for
twf hours. :
This is an honor that few Senators,
old or young, ever enjoy.
England-Walton Staged Their Annual
Christmas Party Last Friday Night
With Over 1200 Hazelwoodians Present
Continuing a custom established
some eight years ago, the England
Walton Co. gave a Christmas party
last Friday night, Dec. 23rd, to it em.
plovees at the Junaluska Tannery in
Hazelwood. It was a gala night for
the emplnvees and their families. In
fact it was reallv a community affair,
a practically the entire population
of Hazehvoodmen, women and child
ren turned out for the occasron.
A mammoth Christmas tree, thirty
feet high, had been erected on : the
lawn at the tannery. Pinnacled by
a brilliant star, the tree was resplend
antlv draped with glittering ornaments
set off with nearly a hundred colored
electric lights. With a background
of mountain darkness, the brilliantly
lighted tree presented an alluring picture-
The tree had been placed so it
could be easily seen from the mam
highway, and many motorists driving
through the town paused to gaze on
the scene with admiration.
The program for the evening start
ed at 6:30 o'clock, and by that hour
the tree was surrounded by fully 1200
men, women and children, who had
assembled from their homes m Hazel
wood, and the nearby mountain coves.
All were joyful and happy. A double
quartette from the Women's Husici
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ill. i ). IMI'i MAN i
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I , v: i hi'i n in tbr:-f. iv!."-. Iiat l" aa'.i,-,
! 'l-.l!',!1',.. ai-.lvlMWlcdiJ'rlHiai: i'f 1 hi I::!'"
I f ai !. a:! y hi' t iic 1 1 1" ';'!' ' A la 'Hi ' :
fiur pU-asure t- sia vr.
Thv : . ' iTU- I tisti ii t is maut
Up' nf t wt'iity-'tour pasii.ra! 'd)av;rv
lia-Uulril ;m iliv-i' ;uc Andrcwe.- i:i;,'
-:,n City. I'an'am. Krgnklhi; 'Mui-i'hy
Sylya -afnl Wayiifsvilic.-. I'lyd-jaia,.
lu.-lai led ihc liiitii'i' dis'.i'ii-l in annynit
w'r.ii h paid only. iia.
we. paid S4.:lt.lMr mf.;' I
i ; va.mpi'! i; or. t ur '
;:i': ::, mmv thm: any
group of wnmi'il iti tl:
crpl Murphy and Way'
v. : .lien did bettyv' than
PraJiklin who make h"
;i;V! Woman's Mi'ssion'a
a nail.' v-!":e
h . n .y c la-a i -en'
it her uiii'ar
a' -1 i t rift e -M-.-ivili-..
t lie women, of
(-hviin that 1 lie
S. ei '.-,' ' i
ganized in;- our cluireh win organ
ii'.ed there. Our Sund fy schools rai -i
ii moi'c money than .my o'hoi' school
ii! the district exeept I'anto!!. 'Only
one pastoral charg,, laieui more J'..r
Volunteer Kin;;donl. Extension. . Meie.
ovi r, there were six ell :rir:'s that paid
a larger salary to the'r past irs thun
the pastor at Clyd L'.JunaluyU,. was
paid, Of course tnis might be veri,
ously i nter) ret i' d ; hut . it is lily
opinion that our ne'pl..' ara nioi e 'mi's.
j sionary in their at'i't: ie and ideals.
Only three charges have more I,p
wo:'t:h League momhe's.: vvhile the
I menVvership of our W; ?,I. Se; number
j more than twe..lty-tv.o other cimrches.
I The Macon circu'' iead the di trict
j in adilitons t th ehurcii memLership,
i having added' 112. ("lyde-Junaluska
has second place
with added on
profession of faith
During the folic
t'orafe only two
e ll's o:
the: . of
Clyde church died.
Last vear was tne inst ol a dual
arrangement naving l oth I Ivde and
Junaluska grouped as a nastoral
charge. Long's was placed on a full
time basis at the laty session nf our
annual conference and ihe pastor
moved to the Lake Junaluska c m
munity. This was a rather daring
thing to do in these hard times; hut
knowing the people as we do, :here
K nothing to . fear. Th, next move
will be the building .of a par-.in.ige.
The enterprise is now under . consid
nation and in all probabilities a new
stone and brick hnno for the new
preach?r will be -''eeied this confer
"'? year. The "Lord's Acre" plan,
adapted to our local needs wnl be
launched this year to sup):ement the
Club of Waynesville sang appropriate
Christmas carols, which were given
rapt- atj&entfon by the a-semblage, and
greatly enjoyed. . The singing was ac
companied on the violin by Colon Mc
Innes, a member of the tannery execu
tive staff. The sweet strains of the
violin added greatly to the choral
Following the musical program, the
s'ound of bells could be heard, and from
out of the darkne-s. there dashed to
the scene the tannery auto truck load
d with packages, in the midst of which
stood Santa Glaus in nerson. The
role of Santa was enacted bv a visitor
from Pennsylvania, who is spending
the holidays here. In simple language
Santa Claus explained to the audience
just what the real . spnit of C hrist
nia i resented, and whv it is
an .. . on for. the giving of gifts
to those we love or in whom we are
greatly interested '. Santa said he wa?
nresent on this occasion to express
the good will of the Lngland-Walton
C o., towa -d its employees. On behalf
of the coi.ioanj7 he expressed apprecia
tion for the royalty, the depundability.
and a Ticiency of each and every
employee.-.. He said the reason why the
leather from the Jurjfiluska Tannery
tuontinuea on page o)
.e n-iaia! -v.- !,e.-.i-:
i - are ht-mu a-.a in
I'-avl . Me.' -."
Fa. i a ae
. . ua: a
f EIMiUARY v
IU'! e;,ie!'. judfrin;!Jl- for olle-thl!'.l
;a :. "-oil -. M agist rate l-'ran k
lleeii he1 Is 'Jiilt two-thii ci - ' e lion-,
'Mica, oeam.'s .return-, fair pi old to
ope. ator.-. Over !?',00 for -'mouth's run
is-.receive,! :by. W. T. .T.Iuylock
...l;.F. ( a he is named siiiierinlendeiit
u f ;oi"'i ,-an;i ,'u. Ila.elvvood.
(, linii'lial ('our; opens. : -'1'mtT Trtiie
is: found gii.ilt y of 'manslaughter;
'Lai ge-deposits of leldspar fo'un I in
Max I'atch section.
l-arni meetings are held in cuiinly,
with large attendance.
Slate prison camp at lla;;elweid
opened- February 1 ll.th.
l'ark commission . makes appeal in
park pledge suits.
.!. A. Francis, writes brief history
.if' county. :
Merchant.- are ready for bargain
Ured To Retain
Farm Agent Office
Ilavwood ( ount iioard Hears
Views Of Manv ( ilizens
Th,, 'county commissioners held a
special session Tuesday for the pur
l.ase of hearing (ielegationswho wish
ed to (iK'sent their views upon the
question of retaining the-office of farm
agent, for I lay wood county.-: . After
the hearing the commissioners' adjour
ned saying that they Would, pass on
it at their next regular meeting Jan
James L. Robinson, farm agent, pre
sented, to the. board an outline of his
work for the past three vears. After
him,, the following ,4-H boys made
pleas that the board retain the farm
agent s office and Mr. Robinson: dor
don Reynolds, of Reaverdam, and
Robert V. Howell, Jr.. of Jonathan
Creek. Following them, the following-
spokf, for the retention of
the agent: Boone ( agle. of C Ivde,
Luther I'less and T. L. (rwyn, of Last
Fork, li. V. Plott. of Ivy Hill.' Robert
W. Howell. L. W. Hall, W. T. Hairier,
and Albert Howell, of Jonathan. L1
Wells. Horace Kdwards, W A. Moore,
C. C. Hanson, and Luther Smalhers.
of Pigeon, Albert Walker of Orabtroe,
C. L. Allen. T. L. Leopard, and Honner
Ra, of ,inc fit and FI O -borne,
of C anion.
24 Make "A" On AH
Subjects At Clyde
Superintendent R. (.;. -Cannon of the
Clyde high, announced that 21 ' stu
dents 'of the. Clyde school had at
tained an average of "A" on- every
subject during the .third month of tne
Hign School: Adeline Rogers.
Ailmi Hughes, Carrcdl Cilance. Uuth
McCracken, Carlton Cormo. Huaert
M.cC,rackc..n. Neztuf ; ine.s. Cioneva
Wines. Marv Hipns, , Rilev Palmer,
Kmily Palnr-r. Kate Kinsland.
Elem'-r-'n-y RcIkkiI: Lucile Cathey,
Mildred Shuler. Helen Dotson, Jack
B-.tle. Francis Hill. Dewey Chambers,
Gene Clark. Milton Brown. Vivian
Francis. Mary Jane Fish, Billy
Haynes, Gilbert Battle.
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; ao.eiiei -s- h.ni ell ;
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ii ai ...an.-':"' ir-' -i ad to
inry, ' - - ; -
if a ' Hi i in e l ei: lmilUet .-
ft h , expivled.
i aa;:lt .,n,l i ! urged wit I
. Mizxi IT- , a .
iiow to May "ei a few
hauls fell Mend
17 th. It wi
' 'RVi-e II.. Ilowi'll aiii"'Uii.es ( audi
dae v for t ax i-ol le, tor.
atiiiu. d (in pagi- tinee)
Wake forest Alumni
Meets In ('anton
AIJ MM AM). STl'DKNTS
I R;K1 TO li 10 I'KKSKNT.
Wake Forest alumni residing in
Haywood county and students now en
rolled at . W'aRe Forest will have a
'banquet at the Imperial Hotel in Can
ton tomorrow evening. Ilecember .,0
1 he occasion is being sponsored by
members of the Hay-wond club at Wake
Forest, of which .Charlie dwell, of
Canton, is president. Wallace ( ig
dell, alsp df Clinton, is vice-iiresideiit
and Herbert liaucom. of Wavnesvilie
Mr. deorge Pennell of Asheville
will deliver the principal address at
All Wake Forest-.alumi.il and students-
are expected to . be present at
this banquet. . .
Jiiinor Onltr I it it id Anuritnn Mi-
( h'tnit s W'ti ircxrillc (lonncil No," -
All memoers are .requested to be
present at the next regular meeting,
luesday night, January -ird, at 1:M
for the. installation of the new officers
for the six months; also to arrange
for and" decide .on date for contest
J. W. Burress Dies
Tuesday, Dec. 13
December 1.'!. 1!K12. J. .W. Burreas
;va ; taken bv death. He wa aorn
J-'.nuarv 2i. oe:ng 82 years.
Id months and 20 da, s old. lie had
been sick for over a year, bin, taken
e-ie.;: lv ill a' -out throe w'eeks before
his death.- lie had, been a -member ol
"h.V I.arttiy church for years, but
at the time rlf hn deatrt' he was a
"rmber of the Baraorsvide Lapti:-!
Ih i- ii 1 b c'lii li n lest
ipi-lin" '.nd ''ack. all of W avn.-ville:
l.'.U nrJ ( rnlil ,,f lTov,llll, H Vl ,
1,111 .lull ... jlc.i.i i , .in wiu
and Sara or Brooklyn.. N"a- "V ork
four sisters "nd three brothers and a
'") r fran Vhil iren. lie made hi?
homo with his oldest son, Jesst
Burress. He v n 'aid to rest at Tur.
pin's Chapel with Roy. .B. B. Caldwell
and uncle Bi1! Pruitt attending the
lie'. ; il Ccl .i'i ( !!isi enci nr
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eave !i ee a i ' i : :; ei V . , I
I'f. ni- a, 'II . ! i- en ;,.,,..., t"
Uesville nvel t iic Jim , t ;, ;,. (J,
nan i'.i d. si i , , el- a eel :) Me waariv
f leai in;-- I . .f :. a,.: ellle !;,'..- a;- i
ae Hie fau eal th,. i,,,., .;,.
j away, an ;ic. ,js:nait ' i i - v v iM ,,,
; gross I'riiiii ilul nninl low.-.. J-..I-vi.,.'c.
I yillo, Mr. lira ll.-v said.
1 M,'.l..-7,N II Kill I ' I I
or about -ix miles, the. f adi oa l
parallels llo.'i.way No. t'S I Doll
wood, and from that point it parallel
Highway No. 'i!i:i. or what is heller
known a." 'lie Soeo (Jap highway, for
iihoiil Hi orb , who:-,, i plunges into
the boundaries of the national pail,
it I id. eonl inries In ' the 'crest of 'the
llreat Smoky Moinil a ins iilimit Hi
miles farther oil.
Thai ooi'tion of 'tin. railioad from
llellwood lo W'yele I'ork, a .distance of
aliout nine miles, is in the liny, of
(he bed iif r Lc Soeo (lap highway that
lias been surveyed in the last seven
weeks. The survey shows that the
proposed highway will coss the rail
road at on,, or more points.'
It will be necessary for the railroad
to removed liefnro flip actual const riie
tion of the Soeo (Jap highway (begin; .
V) KAMI I. IKS AIDKI)
in rnu PRO.IKCT
I'l and Rogers, ol ( ruso wood
and logging contractor., are now en
gaged in fulfilling their pulpwood con-raett-ecently
obtained from fhe C'ham
inon I-ibre company, ( antoii. A pj rx
imatelv oO families are gaining a live
lihood from this project-
Assistant Director 01 Park,
Cammerer, Says dienerai Deve
lopment Of Park Will Start In
Ab')ut A Year. Progress Pleading
-i(i,ei ai development 'of the Great ( nor ( atailoochee- - Thi si; will, he con
Smoky , Mountains National ... Park ( ducted, ami maintained by the gav.ern
should be started by. the National !'..;., taaether with '."roads' and trails.
Park service within a year, since wol'.ji tree lennes-ee side, our ma)or
believe all. lands will have been ac-j ;;a r-pihg-. he!;dq'Jarte rs will in Cade's
quired by that time." says A. B. ( ram-i
merer, assi-tant. director ot national;
'Although . W-e do not plan to lC
.ny leases in the Smoky park until
v.a h :;ve acquired all of the land, we
ii? allowing a few persons to stay
there -i rnporaf ily to a Iford over-nigh i
jtaofiing place- for liiii.rco.-.Ue use
iiid to dtriers who have proved them
selves ol value to us,'' Mr. ( ammcrer
Mr. ( ammerer explained that after
all of the land has been. acquired, the
park service will begin general de
velopment in all scctrw.s. Tworuv-
year leases will be iet to individuals
fir Pl TY1 r,Q n in :. t'll -ill Kl qllnn.f.! f
ii o ..in v, in uiiunru
build hotels or provide other park ac
commodations or amusements w-ithm
the regulations of the park service
"On the North Carolina side," Mr
Cammerer explained. .. .. will con
struct major camp sites and facilities
at Smokemont, Flat Creek and Up-
k ' : 3 i S
it . ,.,
A. V -,, he 'and Kol.en I;
U'eFne, 'yv.,,. .,i,. ,
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e'n I. ml ao'-
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I'a'liieaieis were (;. K. Kav. !. II.
I'evd, i:. '. Mai'M'u. p. ).. Turhvlill. i:
'. II. .Vl.ellvv.K.II. and . ( . Alien.
i "i:ti Hreese U
luoed On Moiran
Son in I, aw Of ('Ivde I!. Kav,
Died Satindav Aller !iiel
Illness In lalei"h
Fnneral iite's To'i'.' Itnbeit H. Iliease.
who died ill Italeigh at 1 .1 -. i.i'cloek Sat urday
niorning, w-ei-e i-.i.ndiielod here
at. noon Monday at 'he Kpf.e.ipal
elaiieh. , The Kev. Albeit' New o;)i
eiated. Intei'iia iit . wa .-. hi (ileeh Hill
i chief i'r .
I'alibeaieis were F. 1.. W ither .ill I
Alden Howell,- o! WavM ,-vi'lh Fan!
Ilalli-di, ,,f Atlanta; F. li Itriir-s. ,,f
'.aleieh; lr. M,-Kee, I'l e Ml I d ; It' red
Miller, llrexaiil; .laseph Silversteen,
Ihev.-nd; and Steve Adaim-, of A he
Mi'.. Iireese .'was horn i'l ( 'ha .' le-t oil
ill .A pi il, TXS.l. He had been a resi
dent of llaleigh for 'about 20 years.
He was engaged in tire ..insurance hiH-.
tiess- and his occupation took him to
almost every seetioii tof j In state.
Ili' .w.'i.-. niariied t a ai's .i.eiiiiii' I-;..
Ray. .ia'.ifh-.er f Mr. and Mis. t'lydo
II. Hay, ef Wit,vne-:ilie.;. ,'iii'iut i ight
ye;us ago. lie is suiviveil by his
widow; ;. one child, Kobeit, Jr.; two
brptbeis, VV. K. iiree.-e, of iirevard
arid . 1-,'dmond, of- Milwaukee, i.-t.oii-sin;
and thrie sisters, Mrs. J. M. Alli
son, iif fin ard ; .M i s. K irksey, of
I'iekens, S.. ('.. and Mi-s Ma, .tati i
Kfeese, of St. Augustine, Flae
air. i anunerer said that the oo.UUU
aires pf the. Ravenford; l.unih.ei' com
pany i ; the only large tract and prae
ieaily . :dl of the land remaining .'to
e aequired' by . the park service on
the. North Carolina side, the l.".,iidil
acres of the Byrd. estate, having been
contracted for and the 2.000 acres
of the Suncrest Lumber company ha v.--ing
"We are not yet ready to report :on.
progress of the Aavensford ileal," Mr.
( a nine rer s-'id '' "T .- .Sivncros't com
pany deal requ , msKieraole time
and many conferytive.-, but -i was suc
cessfully terminated. , . Ravt1ifftrd
negotiations are now under .w.-p- ard
we have reasons to believe that this
and some smaller tract ! in North Car
olina and Tennessee ?-i;,l hsvo lWr
acquired within a vear and park it
velopment begun lart-e scaV..
On concessions ;,t,-. i7ar"irer ex.
plained that thes?',a',p..,,'' '.iroperties
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