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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TM'RSDAY. MAY 2.'), HK5.5
OVER PLANS TO
(JET PARK OPEN
Weawr Believes Roosevelt Is In
Vavor of Early Comple
tion Of Park
H IXGTON. With President
. V y. reported as being in sym
... ,A;',1 early completion of Great
,. Mountains National Park,
iivt. Zebulon W favor Ue-
' 1 ,.a jK was jrrcatly encouraged over
Vius.tv for acquiring with little
'.';,v' addilwiial lands necessary to
.. project an equal standing
.,M national parks.
''! don't see any reason in the world
w!v ' , i can no: complete the park
'','".. Uitely under terms of the re
. . -tat inn' act as interpreted by
',', 'L.v-. Director Douglas,"' Weaver
... . i !.
. .''A'S AMEXDUEST
: jtv .nw known today that Chair
. Id. tighten during an executive
i' the ways anil means com
, yesterday offered an amend-
;,i the industrial recovery act
" ,civ. the president authority to
;llUiM, lands for completion of the
Iludget Director Douglas was
'.. tae committee room and while of-
,-imr m- objection to the amend
.,...,. tated that such authority as
;,;,.;n was already in the refores
: -"on bill. He related a conversa
;; ,, with President Roosevelt on the
..i.bcct ye-terday morning. With 'his
;,'--uvamv from Douglas, Doughton
althdrcw the amendment..
i; proseiitative Doughton said to
,,,v .hat 'from Mr. Douglas' con-uUuti.-.n
I would judge that the
I'm 'Mem is in sympathy with the
.t :!':. t.r- complete the Croat Smoky
Taik. 1 had votes suflirhnt to put
it amendment in the hill.
! I '.'. I V h'.R is cosFKurssch;
Weaver was in conferou'e today
,.:a park service officials and plans
hold a conference witii Secretary
hi Interior lckes tomori o. y i egard
ing 'lie curing rf federal puicha;e
..( L.r.ds under the reforestation act
:mve.-sar.Vv to complete the project.
I'v,, -thirds of the park .veti having
abbady been deeded to the govern
a,..:,; by North Carolina and ..Ten-ac-c.'.
the Western North Carolina
: n -cntative said he would urge
Sectary Ickes to take advantage of
he opportunity to complete the park.
!! --.i'd within the next week or two
1.; ai'a.y ask: delegations from North
i at a.! in a and Tennessee to come to
Wa 'iington to confer with proper
. i. i : nnionta! officials:.
To Be Decorated
With Flaffs 30th
I deal I'cst 01 American Legion
In I'lace 1 lays On (.raves
i- ' ' cal. post -of vhe A nieri aiu -l.C--.-
liamiiing to ib cerate the
-'". :- ot all World Var vc'tcrai;s
a.i;: on Tuesday !iiornit;s; a'-
-'click, .which i- th annu d
- , " '-r.V J;e're. o.: .Mciimi Day.
' . in " :. ra;ii will be 'e ! w ith the
; n -of all stan.iir.:; at at.en-.-'.'
.; . minute -and the solinding
! :. There will be no speaker for
. a- iu:i.-' V
i'.r.,i r members of the family or
aiemb, rs of the' Legion Will ' pla.ee
'',e r'-ags; - on. tire grave , without
; ',' i i i nvony. , it was announced
y: ' 1 ay Massie, who is cair-
;' the committee and is be-
- s: 's-b ted by W. D. Smith and Kob-'-i-v
-Uib.on. . ; '- ''
M '.Massie announced that if it was
i . ' n g at 11 o'clock the . flags
'uia'd e placed on the graven any
A ay, a . .. .j-.ned.
' a graves in Green Hill c:aueteiy
"-.'.'' 'V cbrated are as follows:
: i.l .-.:': vy Arrington. .
- a-. . ). Burgin.
V' ater Brown.
:i.a De Lueia,
! :e Kr.g'.ehert. - ' " '
: ! D. r rancis.
- ' a-. M. I rancis.
:). am Franklm.
Wilson Leopard, nurso.
W . Latimer.
' ry C. Mehaffev.
:Vr Howell Jle'i tiT.y.
!'..! McGee. i
henry Met lur?.
- I n M. .McLeod.
! yd P&yr.e. .
Bonner . Ray. .
J alter Ray. I
'd -I. Scatts.
1 o!. J. Howell Wav
( has. L. oodward
(Continued on tiack page)
Of Bank Robben
One Of Hoys Seriously (,'ut In
Fight Is Improving At
(the new branch of Columbia I'rt:-
ilollis Sutton. 22, of the . Dig Bond Kersity. recently cstubl.-hod n :!ie
section of thu county, is recovering i ''- Lenoir idwyi plant a: ion. Dr. 1'.
at the Haywood Couir.v Hospital j- Grounds, in cha me of tin- new cdu
f or.i a serious knife wound which lm aUonal Inject, eiitei tamed Canton
.ceeivod ' Alondav afternoon while 'l ,v,ta,ns ,wr ,PPivxtm;.tei :!0 mm-
-.-.,.i; s;. ,,;!, -. ...
. . , ... ' . ' '
..nm-m,,,,,,,,! "c" r'
c.nsa. victor siimii, ;o, iatner oi
Vtrlin, is being held in the Buncombe! "Wo are establishing a laboratory
caunty jail without boird charged !of science in this new educational
wi.h the assault. jbiunch," declared Dr. Grounds during
Sutton was returning to Waynes- the course of th- Uil-mimue address
villi- from Asheville with Deputy i "and we are making .t permanent
Sheriff W. A. Carver. Hartley Mc- teaching headquarters. 1
C.aha and Willie G monies whore the , lr. . Grounds said th it -.even stai-
trio had been taken to be finger
printed in connection with the in
vestigation of the robbery of the
Clyde Bank last month. The officials
here do not have equipment for fin
gerprinting, and the suspects were
sen: to A-heville. After a compari
son of the fingerprints by the Ashe
ville authorities the three men were
absolved of suspicion in the bank case
Soon after passing Knka, a tire on:,t.nJ 0',mt, Jowm here 7n- 'a period
Deputy Mieritl Carvers ear went j . Wo m,lth stll h They will al
llat and as he was pumping u up, a termite every two mi, nth- broughout
car passed anil stopped ano.ut -Oil
feet beyond where lie had parked, and
Sutti.n went up to where the parked
car had stopped. Carver said. "Ver
di! Smith got Hut of the car and he
and Sutton were talking back of the
.Smith car. I did not p.,y any .atten
tion to them, but went on fixing my
tile until 1 beard some scull'Iiiig. and
loiii.ing up 1 -aw the two engaged in
i list tight, I start oil toward the
boys w hen Victor ; Smith got out of
the. ear and advanced to the .boys, i
aw him -reach in his pocket and pull
out his knife. 1 was running, trying I
to get there. 1' called for .Victor not
a i touch the Sutton boy, and then
Sutton turned when he heard, me and
Victor stuck the knife in Sutton's
sl ftrZ i
then called the Buncombe officers to
come and get Smith, as the light took
place in that county," Carver con
tinued. Just why the boys were lighting
is not exactly known, although it is
believed to have started over the affi
davit which Verlin Smith recently
made and gave to detective J. d.
O'.Malley. w hich lay . suspicion on Sut
ton, MeGahu and Croomes in connect-1
lion with the Clyde bank .robbery. 1 !
Shei il)' Lowe aid.
After Smith had made bis affidavit,
M r. O'Malley .-waire out a warra nt for
tile three hey.-., nil 1 ho ' strong! h ' "f j
Smith's a!li,la it. and re'iUe-ti-d Slim -
ill' Lowe to make the ai-re-t. The
L.-o'ys wen- nut at home ' when the
oilicials ealled., lint - word wai- left for
them to eailie to ;a bl'iriiig at. H)
e'ebak .Moiiilay. A 1 1 t h reo of t be l-,ys
were here al Sheriff I. owe - latcd.
The. three hoys 're.que'sied l.luii they
In linger pi'inlod,. and' 'hi y ivny taken
to Asheviile for . thi,; -puiaio-e. 'fh
hearing was postponed pen-ii i.e.'y; . t he
Stilt- 01 lit" llllgerp, '.O! I'lg ,e-i.
Save tl:i: litigcrprin:. exp. r .its Ashe- j
I'le said th',' iingevpi-.ints if the throe..
" a did nut l iaiiparc with-, t arie
the ca-e again-1
1,-v.e stated. .-.'..
A hearing iku-. Victor Smil lb .will
probaiily be "held when Sub m is hide
Belle Meade Play
ground To Open On
Thursday, June 1st
Miss .Margaret Harris Is Wmnei
In Name (ontest lor Rec
From ' more than. 50. entrie.-. the
judges selected the aname '"Belle
Meade Playground'', for the winning!
name of the recreational center now
almost completed near the Country
Clu'a Golf Course.. The winning name
wp ubmitted by Mi-s Margaret
Harris, who will receive a season
ticket from the" management.
The other prize winners were;
Ara Stacv Wilburn. S2.."0 ; ilsio
Snyder, S1.50; and J.AV, West. $1.00.
Lach contestant entering a name
will be given a complimentary ticket
good for one of th first three days
after opening on June first, Mr.
Dicus announced. These tick.ts may
be secured at the playground.
In an advertisement- elsewhere in
this paper- the features of the play
ground are pet out. also the date of
oprning on June first;
C- K- Weatherbv will he in charge
of the playground.
The judges for the contest were
Miss Mildred Crawford. Miss Ida
Jean Brown, and Rev. Wade Johnson.
Dr. F. (). Grounds Tolls Canton
C lub Of l'lans In
Explaining iii.ditab the iu:..m' et
uie tiuring tne regular weekly meet -
;ing and luncheon m th
in Canton Thur
IV atternoon at 1
dents were on the plantation at pre
cut und that by dune 1 approximate
ly 7(1 students mostly women, would
be taking courses then' 'n natural
science and other courses v. tally im
pel tani to life itself. AI! teaching- at
the new branch will be conducted in
a manner true-to-!ife. tile .-piaker
told the Civ, tans.
"Columbia L'niversity students will
be coming into tins locality from
lime to time during the Year. It is
"We ale not goiim to Mady -cieil-tilic
farming on the inw tt.ral p
ject as many peojde woti d Have you
believe. Instead we are only gome
into the agriculture-' busiue.-:- for our
own student 'consumption ineiely as
'a .supplement to our urmviy h.iUi
"It is atnu.-illg ti see Die I'e-iclioll
of many of our northern and oa:-lei n
; t udei. .- w lien they inade tile -outh-land
for the lirst time and jjet a
glimpse of the sourtlieiii agvn ai It u i al
sect ions," J)r. Ground
lid. ..b.a 1 he;,
will rapidly- l ei i
yoarway- of fanning and living from
the soil. Thi is a it d pait of life and
i'. is Oui' nirpose to instiil thii 'spirit
into the hearts of our students."
Survey Of Extension
1 it I I I I V I 1 II I l II i; II .VQwlfll l 4 l I 1 1
Ncciutv I nsurpiissed
"A survey of II mi
posed Jink' (if the So.-
i ,,f th,, nro
i i oiu Soco Ida;) to I'll, I'oi,
d -Saturday l.y. lb' S
Mar b an
1. So o (la
b. til, ai:-
I 'lis party ..'-eniriu.-. is. 1
: way i
Din -t J,
I 'a ; t 1
j1, ;." as
- j i'l'.. '.'
I l ea.
ie pond : -,
. ;ili of .ti:
of ..'; i.ut"i',
' ', ..',.J di
wb . wd!
1 ta li. :; in uat !i i !, a- .'-rie-.v
1:1 . is vomt.letc.i.
i :Vet a'til cm -toilet i'i n
; liiik ;oi' tiie' hi'gii'.vay-.- f : o n 1..'. -li -... m i
j'il) I fay "w 001! . , .omit y, to- S. :,' Ha.:'
' o'-gap t!le iiivtad' Ajii'tl: -ai'.d "the wold
aa- 11,'i'n geiuig. -on at. .a lapa.l i.te'e
(.'.' A. Kagland has tin- contiau-t fo
; ib- link of i-.,ad. .'..-
i.l. S, Mill sh.' engineer' i n . eliariye h
tile, survey. w:ho-e head.juarter.. .are- il
Sviva. said that al!; the eurves on th-
I were slight. , "It w ! be -om.
, ...1..... :, : . . . . - : t r -.
I rt lieil u s eoiiipieie... -i I i ' I '
:!..- :. (,-, u .. 1 ,;r,,i .
. ;, -V. ,- ,, , '"""'"'.. ' iluiiins, l.owa v Veacr, 7" Cent.-' tin
lion, sa,d Mr.. Marsh. , display .of singh- delphinium. Low,
Lerhap, the outstanding fca me. o j ,.v-We 'iveV, To , ents; hm - dis niav
he. !.rop..-..l roa.Lis the loO '.";- fu!,:,. delphinium. Mr-a--J. M.' ' Lm-ig.
tunne that may be bu.lt. At present. . ri,.,t display of On, nta!
Mr. Maiash sanl, two routes have been (,ptk.s,.,;ow, v Weayef,".! ; line-i d.ia
suryeyed in th0 yieinrty ot the pros- . f ' nnua ,,,,,,:,.-. y . - . I-:..,,--
,c',ve uo ma o,,.- , a, i..e- o 1
eliminate the tunne', that.
tunnel. a.sts too much. The. othei
loute will include the tunnel. It ha:
not been decided whether or not theie
will be a tunnel. This, explained Mr.
Marsh, will be left up to tne L. S.
Huroau ol I'utilie lioads. Washing.
... . ,
ton. If it 5ees fit o eonst.ruet: .ytun-
ilL'l. Lilt: lUlllil'l Will HL' 'UUIIL - 1 I II1' , . i , i I
then th,. route wa); either go beiowiV;1 .a-v, "f momg rose
or above the proposed tunnel site
Reason I- or I unnel
Th? tunnel, if built, will be in Jaak--on
county. The plan of tne 'unnel
was decided unon in order to preserve
the natural beauty of the crest of the
lnm- ems f -enin tnd.o f--t " -.v" 1 1
he ncludc 1 in the oco Gap Had Oik i
of the outstanding scenic, attractions j
on tne route. 1 Soco lab's which will
be within oO. feet of the mad when at
is completed, according to tne plan
as it is included in the sketching. .
I'jactically ad of the proposed ex
tension of Highway No. 2t'-'l is in
(Continued on back page)
Refuses To Permit
. Cams Tf. Be limit
Mr. Stevens dives His Stand On
Matter. I 'ark Commission
Still Ose- S:;iM),0(()
indications are that the propo-ed
labo,. camp for Paul's tJap, neat
Hlack I'anip Cap. wlriih i- about 11
miles from here, will not be built, ac-
I cording to information given out here
. A. liradlev. unerintendent of
t!ic company, had communications
lrom Mr. A. .1. ,s-eans. president of
the Suncrest Lumber Company, ex
plaining the situation, aud Uia rea
en !te wa-not willing to,- the gov
i nunc::! !.- use tile Ian,!.- for labor
Mr. Dr.odey explained that tlie
Saae i-: 1. iimbcr Company had gien
aa iii'liim o.) tin ir t ract of land in
tile park which coiisi-ls d' more than
odtl ..cies, t.i" the park officials, and
tli.it til: park com i.i ,s-ion hail paid
SoOO dial which i -. -b.alf the pur-
the Suncrest l.u adu'r Company
- id n., Ids tne deed Lie propel ty. I
an . Meven-' take ;,': position tna'i
if he permits the go. 'rniiient to u-e
the land now. ,.nd ;,, . .aid . : i m ; i -. and
: ad- en it i ha I: company will
,., e "' -seiiei! t !;c i 'aims on I be
an I: a. I I be ei,' a i in i et S'UH.'.iain u ,
a, t lik ,'y be paid as o,mi a.- ; w.aild
h i w ; a it wa- poaite out .
M r. D radley stated I ha' VI r.
Stev, .; .aid j Mat ! be ti . i i'i i'Icc::.:h
aicc -boiil'l i e paid i; I'oie Ibe paik
,- aoiii.--ion i '' given n. e- i' '. ol ilia
; : 'yel'l y.
Willi til it befo.-e fhe'll, ll seen::,
bat iial ', , j he .pa- k c ,iniii is.-,!, n pay
' !!! .-linn . aio uia- It!1, . cent . ..
t a 1 di eds I'oi- I he a ppi o i mat . ly
.",.!,olhl aid'es, iliat 1:0 camp will lc
'aiilt at Paul's Ca,e
Th,' camp a 1 fig ' '1 Mtlt w ail I v c u
. tructial. it is -un.i-: taod.
(iap Is Completed By Engineers
IY IXRVnK ( ROWD
Weaver Is Winner Ol
sweeps!;. ke l iie Al .show
Here I uesdav
1 1 r;, 1;
ii fill- I ii-. ,;
,-i:b::'-.' ();;::; ma
in in it t ee nil': Mia. I till
MJs- A I ii e '.landau. Mr-.. I!a!
Mi. . d: -.!. Lena. Mm W. ! .
M r. ," Kay inoii I lhait. and ,.M r
( ;..., n.
"fh" f.dl..v.:!ng t1"- !;! .'
w nn," s : l-'iue-t e - ran : o''
I. M. Long. SI; - aoid !' I ia
l!av, bo i-enl -; lini'st di-ada -,
"l;:e:.'''W: 'idlcge: S 1 ; . bc-t va-e ad
peonies New l.'oih :.-, 50 leu':-. Mi
I'etsy Lane, tjuinlaii. 'noaoiaiilo nu.-n
tioti;. f:ne-t display of fiiNglovi a l.ow-
1 ""'.v. " "'-I-
11.-., ,:,,,. . . ,. , .4 '
.'"', ..... ,'"..i',".
Wi:t,hiM-s. .",() cents ; .finest display of
columbi lies,, fi rat , .M fss A 1 ice Will iam -.
Si; second. Miss .lean e.-l. all cents:
finest display of Sweet Williams. Miss
Alice Quinlan. 50 cents; finest dis-pla -.
nr 111 - Mf- Ft Q M ( i m n -I
finest display of; pinks-; Mrs. Ixnoir
t.wvni .i0 cents; Ime.-t display ot
hy,;rii rc,,p, Ury Weaver, i?l ; fin
(wvn4 50 cents; finest
Kmcst Withers. Taccrns: fme.-t di-pbiv
ot red roses Lowrv Weaver. ;0 ee-it-a
honorable mention. Mrs. Harden. How
ell and Mrs. Rufus Siler.
I-mest display of pink roses, Mrs.
IL Q. McCracken, r' cents: finest dis
play of miniature rock garden, first,
cen t s ; finest display ,f pansie
' t lit 1 i' )' in' , fmc li
pia.v. of miniature rock . garutn. . firt
1-tiniy Siler. sec-ontl.. -Anna vain
erine Coin. SI; miscell insous bo.U(Uet
Lt.wrv Wtaver nrst. -SI; second-
Mrs. J- M- Long. 50 cents;
hanorab e mention. Mrs. Kufas Siler.
Fm'.t ttuilv :n two coiors. one pre
( Continued on back page)
Jack Messer Is Appointed
County Superintendent Of
Education On Wednesday
New Motor Express
Line Is Organized
15y Three Local Men
Massie. lerynson and liradlev
h Ilein Operation Ot Motor
Kxpi'ess 1 o Atlanta soon I
U . !.. Ma-i, . W. A. I'.iadley, ,ud
1'. V. 1'eri: u-ou. all 0!' this city, have
I'oi iiLiI a motor epre-- company
wbnb. w.M operate from Ashevillo lo
Atlanta. Ike new corporation will
I '.la w 11 ..s the Skvland Lxpret. j
S ivici . Inc. I
Mr. Ma-si, was named prc.-.ideltt
" 1 tti 11c 1, ! manager of t lie 11 t in. ,
.. !aV .Mi I'erguson will serve in I up j
c .paci y of 1 ratl'ic manager. The
tk i : Of truck- to be Used on the route!
k , e 1 1 -'. 11 bough! , and will urrive ;
a' . ot li e .Mb of June. !
I a- a. w aim i not only coniposed
. ' loea: 111c 11 a- ..wners, t,ui ! hey lo'.v. '
i , 1:1 lacd with llalt .ind Company.'
., , ai li'aii. lo build two of the bit; I
t pe bo. Ill's I bat Will be Used Oil f
tlic 1 oiite. I targe .auto I ractoia Will I
i"' 11 i d to "pull t lie t ra ilei -. ''..... j
All lime el I be men arc well;
know In le. Mr. Mas- ie lia- li.., iniuy
cal expeiiriiee 111 ibe tiaii-poilu
t leii li, Id. I'oi' (011 it .'on ears le
opeiaL'd the 1 ndepi'ndenl I .Vac li lanes
in, I 1 i.,.,. oo. I,.. ,iiv:i ui..,l fit,
Jack Kald.it: Molo,, Impress, w hid,
1., , , 1 t
la til .1 . M r.'- Mas-tc wa-. located in
Al la;;tal fur: sometime, bill for tile
pas! lew month- litis been connected
with Massie l-'urilil are '.Co, For tlo
pr. -out .Mr. Mas-ie. w ill remain in
Wayne-s ille, which will be lieadipiai'
ters for the new lirni.
Mr. l-'ergu-on has al-o had .luito
a bit of esperieiice in the t ra n.-poi
tation bu ine.ss. He was a slocn
hol.h r in the Jack Kabbit Line until
recently. He wa-. I'oinierlv' eoiuiec'.ed
With the rili.elis Hank and Tru'.
Company of this , ii. Mr. Lergusoit'.'
head, jliai tel. will bo in Atlanta after
1 he line 1.-. .up. ll.'d I'i.r b'll ill.': which
w ill be about J line oth.
M ia tli adley w a form, a ! upei -iiit.-nd'
HI of the SiiuereM Lumber
I 'nniiaii' hero, and i la'W a pa rt ner
i'll tin 111-..II. y-l i.a 1- Id a If! date and
1 11. 11 ra 1 i.-o bu 111. . .
M :-. Ma 1 ;,':, I !ei day that
: L lo w . p., 1 a: , ti i ,11 ,a'',a ta: '
:n:i l i e,,i., nt - , 1 ', 1. ' ;: u 1,0 A kao'
; nd A !'.. ill' end 'imp,- ha'v p,,:a;
,l . 1 il (
V. M. n-
, -,.;' : ,.a !-.' hre
i.ia.', !; S"d iid.1' ti: pie ' toi.li"' '.th'
-t Ie d aiibii-e depait iaci,- in ' a- -A-tbiii-'
of the ('itiz.-'ti- V. a, an Trust
t',,, -.en- uaaed --ela!:.' ,e, . a '
fur 10 S.,;j; Xor'b '''.ti-ol iia closed
ibv Ililiai-,wi!l have eliarge of he
lifpii ;at ion of the Central I tan ik ;ina
Ti n. ! ,('",, A-tVvi!!e; r,i!tinore.nte. n
P...! I.. and the Hani. o dbta A-'lu'--vi!.'.
-ogetlier with e!n' .-1. ' i.,ai:l;. ai
Weave rville, Flet her.. Sy !va. Aa, i. . :
Murphy. Ib.bhin -vibe, this a ay OM
For . an. Jlurn-vilha
. Mi'. Lo ai- evp'cl- t. have nert
the latt'r pa if of the: v..ek anal es
tablish nil (.flice in the . ;ral Ibaildiag,
Junior Order To
Next I ue-oav night. Mm- ail. a: k
o'clock, the. local council of the Junior
Order I lilted Anu riean Mechanics
will elect officers for. the coining six
month, it was announced yesterday.
It is urged that every member be
The entertainmen- committee has
promised sonr: g'x.d string niusic for
GORDON HOTEL GETTING
-A NEW ROOF PUT ON
W orkmen started Wednesday morn
ing in recovering the Gordon. Hotel.
A crrw of 10 men were on th" Job
The contract was let tn.T. C. Norn-.-local
contractor. The job will bo fin
ished in three days.
Jack ."Messer Is I nanimmislv
Kleeted lo Micceed
Mes-.o-, -Js. wa- 1111 mimou-lv
i leeted eouii' y sunerinieiidelit of ed
ucation by the newly appointed1 board
1 f .ducat ion in a peci:;l meeting held
here Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Messer, who i .1 native of
I lay wood ' county and well known
throughout tiie county will take
etlice on June :50th. He will succeed
ll.ouei Henry, who ha- li. !d the of
:i.a el' iipei in endent for the pa-t
: . ' years.
1 ( a, ard yesterday named Mrs.
, :' A-bton Hyatt a" temporary
el. rk. She will assume her duties on
Jul, 1Mb, and will succeed Mrs. Sam
Tli. apiioiiitnient "I till, mi peri u
t a lea; ye erday brought 10 a close
1'iic el the hardest fought campaigns
ill ill" ,'oimly's history. There wore
tiiie, c.iidi.lates seeking the olliee,
ti 'l aa. li caiidid.it .- wa b. in" -up-t'
'V!. ' .. a aiVsta1' numaer 10 1 riends.
Idle 1111 i.iieis of the boaid of edll
cati,,::. K.. I'. Mes-er. cha i 1111 in, A r
tlidi: iMii'iiii', und ll-onier Cagba
were )siU'd by a delegation in bi'iiall'
e1" the eaiididati's. who were Jack
Me: , l loiiier Hen! v. and W, Tho-a
lb , . .
'The boa id was scheduled lo meet
at .'t'lll 011 Wednesday afternoon here,
but it' was lalO before t h,.1 nii'inln'L,
.;'",,l'l ;lua ; l ,'"ni ""' ''nds l
, . oe . ,1 no o 10 ie woo e 1 e 111a i 1 fij; 1 fiei 1
final 'appeal t,- Ihein.
Mr. Mes-er wa- borii and reared
in ilaywi.nd. having lived at ( i;ib-trc-
and a 1 Waynesville. He is I In
son ol Mr, and Mr-. V. W. Messei-.
. Mr. .Mes-e,. attended Haywood ln-.-litute
at Clyde, and after.-', graduat
ing: there he entered Ca i'-im -N'ewtnia ii
College, at. Jetferson City, Tcnm,
where he received his diploma.
After eoniplcling his -tudie, a'
( ar oa , ,1:1 an lie wa.- iiani. ,i pi 111. a
pal df the Koi k Hill school 011 Jona
than's Crock. He- held .thai position
for one year." and was lie n appointed
di rector of al hletics and teacher in
the S.vlva high -ehool. ; lie ha- been
at that ebool for the pa.-l two year,.
lit. lli'-H'i' j. married and ha- on,
child. II,: h r alw ay.. 'al-.en a n in! .a
ill .duration, and ha; alway. laken
1 -V ry advantage ! .i ep;
I'.e' i ' ! el -'hel.L i'l I 111
, Mr Ileal' ah,. r.LiP
I' i dent
"ild i he !.,
Mrs 'i hns. I " r
ood Iiiri(4' lUji
On Last Thuf 1
...iwl f,,i,,,. o 1,... i i,, a,.
I at the. lionie. of Jain.es Lad.
Last Wavnesvibe Lhu
t 1 d 'kilt i
com, pastor bfthe .First Lai ! -aaaa--officiated.
Uaria! v. a a -- !;;.
ove ccmcu rv.
.Lrfore' he;- ma: i-iage. a!ia . ' -Lade
w o I i M ( i (
wood county. Suiviv atg are in
band. Cha l ies , Cr.de rweodv ....
James Lnder.vood. arid foil,
children. Pallbearers were;. Paid l!a;
Mark (,;.!! ..vay. Pen : Keih-v; '-!
Ill i i i ! ill
Mr-. Cn.i- rwo.. j ! ea: ;, . ,.!
!b dav- befrtre her .death ;w!-;"i
;:aafion ,,f diseases, a -.-
y. ivou'd , a.;
Iar as of o!
s.iry ta. ruti