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The Best Advertising Medium In Haywood County Published At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky .Mountains National Park Head by Thinking IVopI,
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Till RSDAY, OCTOKEK lit, 19.
. AT i KM! I MaWW fulfill SSSn mUti WMfl I I MJNHJ tA H'ttM
Dry Rally To Be Held At
Courthouse Friday Night
Urge Crowd From All Parts Of
(ountv Expected to Hear
Rev. V. H. Ford
7: i0 Friday
n,- .irv farces oi tne coun.iv
i"- . . , i i i
ilv at tne court nousc nere
L'ht at 7:30 o clock, witn
Ford, of Hendersonville,
address of the even-
old a r;
9'- - '
i"' - ,, , '. ..T r"ntrt nliirman
I nllt'V- ui vamvii' uioiiimtH
V. r it:. ...
1 .),t, ,;iy l,,rces oi mis couiuy iuiu
M-ontajneer yesterday mat
iv u' being made to hve rep
fi.ni every precinct in
. hear Mr, Ford, who
hr at anion 10 an u-
ti !k'il the Methodist church
TO SPEAK HERE FRIDAY
.1. Wat ion from Canton is
, attend the meeting here
'it. Mr. Bailey said, espc
who hoard Mr. Ford there
.;!,! an invitation to every-
end this meeting Friday
Hailcv said. "No mat
uh;c vnii r views are un me mm
iifTii nu n , . we assuie l u time j vu
II not U- offended by any remarKS
uk- by Mr. Ford whom I . consul.
one nf the loading authorities in
tern North Carolina on the sup-
:t Wo are indeed ioriunare in
ting this speaker to come to Hay-
It was also announced that the
testing Friday night will be the
.v dry meeting held in this vicin
v 'be fore the election on November 7.
Ijjgv. Mr. Ford is scheduled to leave
nday for the central part oi tne
ate for a series of meetings. Al
mst every night, he has held a meet
gin somt. place in Western North
larolina for thP past three weeks.
held a revival here several years
. . 1 , Tl i , 1 l 1
to at tne v irst rsapwst cnurcn, aim
11 be remembered as one of the out
lining speaker ever heard here.
ill Unemployed Are
Urged To Register!
o One That Has Not Register,
ed Will He Given Work On
Public Works Project.
REV. W. H. FORI)
Christ School To
13-7 Score Friday
Locals Are Ready l or Asheville
School For Hoys Saturday
The Waynesville Mountaineers will
again this week play away from
home, to return next week to meet
the Sylva team here. Last Friday
the local boys met defeat a: Christ
School. l.'i-T. The C.reenies were just
a little too much for the locals al
though thij Mountaineers played
splendid ball throughout the entire
This Saturday afternoon they meet
the Asheville School for hoys in Ashe
ville 'I'h,. team is in splendid condi
tion after the Christ School gam,, and
several days of hard work in prepar
ation for the Asheville School ganm
To Meet Here Next
Last Minute Instructions and
Supplies for Election Will
He Received At Meeting
lili'Vi" C l'avis, i hail man of th
board of elections, announced this
week that there would b,. a special
meeting oi all tne judges and regis
trars ot the coming election at
court house on Tucsdav morning.
tohor 2-1. at. U::iO o'clock
A complete and official list of
md judges wil
page of this p
i eg it rai s
Mr. Davis said ;h:,
important meeting, ;
to the election and :
given out .at that t
cleetii i.s are J. M
and (ieoi go 1 1 a nipt i
it this was a most
as instructions" ni
supplie- would be
of tlio board of
Triplets Born To Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Green on Friday 13th
Community Fair To Be
Held Here Saturday. A
Large Crowd Is Expected
Phillips Is Now
On Local Police
Force At Night
inter guard at tin
it llazolwood. as
hore Tuesday as
Mr Phillips was
lor a Nuil si
Robt F. Phillips
At Friday's Meet!
District Governor Made Oilicial
Visit To Hub. Made In
J C. Patrick, manager of re-em-
tiyment, bureau, announced yester
y that several road contracts and
public works projects are ex
ited to h let' in this countv within
hort time, and no one except those
no ha. ; iTisvred at this office will
tfv : work on. these projects.
It is uitjiorttint Lb at all those want
i -h.."a;,! register with Mr.
trick at once. His office is on the
urid floor 1 of the court house and his
irs-are-from. S::;o until 5:00 daily
All persons knowing of those in the
Jfty that have not registered should
ify it, cm of the importance of do-
i H. Mr. P t V, aw a
tan- 11, iw employed are requested
fk'csci. There is no obligation
n reo't r, d.
lo Hold Ingather
ing Here Friday
' " 's cordiallv invited to
no- ouilding next '- to. tht
liieitre tomorrow after
" 2.:i0 and 5":':S0 o'clock
"'-play of garments eol
Needlework Guildo Tea
the visitors during
Robert F. Phillips, of Asheville.
district governor of Rntarv Inte na
tional, made his official visit to the
waynesville club last Friday at the
regular weekly meeting in the (lin
ing room of the Methodist church.
In his address to the ciub Mr.
Phillips pointed out the advantages
of Rotary, and what had been accom
plished during the years that Ro
tary has been in existence.
During the course of his address.
Mr- Phillpis went into detail of the
change of ideals of man. "Several
years ago wP believed in live and let
Hve. But today we have changed that
and now we are striving to uphold
the. ideal of live and help live.
"This point of helping the other
man live has been one of Rotary's
objectives throughout the years. The
government has recently realized that
it must take a hand in the affairs of
the citizens, and b everything pos
sible to carry out ju:-t what Rotary
has long sought to put into force.
'live and help live.' "'
After the usual meeting hour. Mr.
Phillips met with the board of direc
tors of the club and discussed several
piojeets which the club is working
on for the betterment of -the commu
nity. Definite announcement will be
made soon alniut these projects. One
important project committee is about
ready to make their report. Mr. Phil
lips was told.
Robert .McKee. of Asheville. was, a
visitor at Friday's meeting.
Friday the thirteenth may
mean little to many people, hut
to .Mr. and .Mrs. L.tireen. of
Allen's Creek, it meant an in
crease in their family of-three
girls Mary, Martha 'and Ruth.
The three young ladies with their
mother are at the Haywood
('ounty Hospital getting along
nicely, according to lati-t -,1V- .
ports from there-
The triplets were delivered to
Mr. and Mrs. (ireen by Dr. V. 1.
Kirkpatrick. Thi iileidejuly
makes the fourth -el of triplets
that Dr. Kirkpatti k has deliv
ered into the world.
The babies weiehed about two
ami one-half pounds each, and
in spite of their ' over-rated, un
lucky birthday, obey seem to be.
thriving on it. The triplets ale
the lift Ji - sixth and seventh chil
dren of the (Ireen family Mr
(reel) is .employed at the Kng
land-Walton Tannery and is also
a farmei iu th,, Allen's Creek
Here Draws 150
Number Of State Officials In
Welfare Work Were Heard
Will Left By Thos.
Price Directs That
Horses Be Killed
-Mrs. R. W. Wall of Newland, was
named president, of the western dis
trict welfare conference, which met
here Tuesday at the court house.
About lf)0 delegates from nineteen
western counties attended (he meet
ing, which was
Homer Henrv. of
Mrs. W. T Host. s
of 'public' welfare..
J principal addressee
spoke on "'JVm lay's
cial Workers." M r
JUDGE HOBT. WINSTON,
WELL KNOWN HERE, WAS
SPEAKER AT I'MVERSITV
. cio:ed the national
' 'ik during which each
Guild made an effort to
"ic-mher and it is hoped
annents will be donated
' n previous years.
yearly dues. If you
1 "l.v done so- become a
'S worthwhile organi
' two new garments to
'otors immediately. If
.ter, turn in your gar-
.is possible so that they
: - d for the display-
: iiu uui made
or Broken Toys
'ar L P.,
'3- said yesterday that
oriken tnvc Via,! rwipn
TV fire station for him to
Jt , poor for Christmas.
vi :s V ' , "hf about finished them
Mr fJ irt begin work on more.
5arB. aomg this m nis
is donating all his
The city is furn-
intenselv dramatic scene oc
curred in Chapel Hill during the cele
bration in. commemoration of the Uni
vi rsitv of N'orth Carolina's .140th
AVhen Judg,.. Robert W. Winston;
thP principal speaker, had finished
his. addre.-s a fine appraisal ,of the
life of Charles B. Aycock, his broth-;
er- Judge Francis. D. Winston, who
was seated near him, stood up and
embraced, the sneaker and tears came
into their eyes. They were evident
ly overcome by memories of the old
The Winston brothers were the first
s t u d e n t s to re a i h t h e u n i ye r - i t y Av h e n
the institution was reopened in 1HT5
after the Civil War. The story is
that they ran a foot , race up. Strow-.t's
Hill to see who would be first to reach
Chapel Hill and that Frank won.
Judge Frank s now.70 and Judge
Roln'i". is ''.
It Will be reniemiK'red that Judge
Win -::: spent the greater part of
summer i" Waynesville- On a num
ber of oocasions . he , made talk? ni
civic clubs and Sunday school, classes.
He wrote .several articles for th.-.
paper wntle neie. ......
At Lenoir Thursday
Plans are being made tor a join-
meet ing in Lenoir r.ext Thursday of
the D. O- K. K witn approximately
COO delegates attending.
. A. P. I-edbetter, Royal Vizier, sand
last night that he expected the con
front Waynesville to attend the con-
-'A, U v.rtVn-ortir,n linnrOX
presided over by
made one of 'he
of t be day She
(.'hallenge to So-
P)o-t based her
remarks, in part, on the importance
of eliminating the root of evil, rather
than trying to eyre it from the top
branches. She carried out. the thought,
prevention, is' cheaper than cure.
Dr. Roy .M. lirown. technical su
pervisor of the North Caroiina Re
lief Administration told his. audience
that North Carolina did not spend
ton much money for relief last year.
Neither were ther,, any mi. -.appropriations,
he said. He told of plans that
are now being worked' out for carry
ing on the work efficiently this winter.
About, l'!0 attended the luncheon
that was given at the Methodist
church. Miss Pearl Weaver presided
at this mooting. After the luncheon.
Dean ju-tin Miller, of Duke, -poke
on Juvenile Protection.
The !,!'(-:'. condition among juve
niles is. not a revolt f youth "a- some
would have us IVr lieve, ho said. I- is
the vhainre of t.h: ooial I'ealni in
whieh-Vho . bildi'on .of today' are
Kaeii child "ha- cim-:truotivo or do-
live (Hia.iitie-. allil-w,. -mu.-i. ii.e.p
All Personal Effects Were Left
To His Widow, Mrs. Ester
When the will of Thomas Price was
read this Week it was found that all
the horses owned by Mr Price at the
time of his death should be painlessly
killed At Mr. Price's estate on l.ick
stone Mountain near he'r,. he' only had
one mare, "Julie. ' ,: At his h
New Jersey he had three
"A i.i y horses owned bv
time .of m v death. " the will
as convenient- thoro-
thev are removed
mv 1 1
snail as .soon a
after and befor,
me at (hi
l.loyd Phillips, f
state prison camp
sinned his duties
with t he prison cam p
monlh ami was rated
best olhcer-. of the camp.
.Chief of Police James Stiingiield
will be I lie only policeman on duty
during the day and at night Mr. Phil,
lip-, ami i s P.ittim will be on dutv.
No formal appoint men; ha- been
i.nade a ! 1 ho pi ison camp to till t be
vacancy left by Mr. I'liilhp-. (lino
Hiaml't! former guard llioie. jj. a!
pre -out am duty.
Mr. I Ml il 1 1 ps' .i ppoj nt nieiit ua- made
.Monday night. He succeeds the two
policemen who handed in their res
ignations sometime ago
Rich Ore Found
On Lands Of J. F,
J. F- Shelton. of 'the Dellwood com
munity, reported last 'week that a
formation of rink bad been found
on bis property that expert, nssay
isls in Colorado said contained a rich
amount of gold, silver aluminum, and
Another sample of the ore has been
sent for further analysis, and it is
expected that this report would be
received within the next few days.
Mr. Shelton has already contracted
with other parties, to. mine the ore
if the report shows that it Would be
profitable. All interested in the
project are enthusiastic over the
Samples of the rock are on dis
play at The Mountaineer office.
Ruilding On Main Street Next To
Wa.vnewood Theatre Will
He Scene Of Pair
mini utiif '...; u : ,
l, i, .a i ,. .V ' '. " "" " Js to
, ,, , "U'-'lay in the tmild-
.'i.uii si reel next to the
... , neat re is
.oi tne ai-L'esi
menu 'o,- if,,,
to have on
nan ever hef,
and Mr. Situ!
I hoM1 in . i ha
anxious t ha; .
inai tiny !,
Play to have
the tan e
ex pivto, f) be
over . he, in the
vocational class of the
'ownship selnxd- under
"f W. D. Siuiith have
last -minute arrange
lair. and th,..- ,,mi..(
li-plav mo,,. ' evhihif
post of the American
cooperating with the class
n i'i 'he arrangements
myoiie having exhibit's.
ike to put an ,lis.
them at 'he place of
I During" the ic.o c., , .i. .
- , , , ,i , i ,ie
attending ' the eomniunit v
tans here h.'lVj. been large, and i't
is expected that this year (he crowds
will break pievioiis record-o.
The un i caaiils ot ayiiesviile and
other, firms are assuring the hoys and
sponsors -their cooperation in a page
advertisement and other advertise
ments in this Week's paper. Special
offerings at the stores have Ikii ar
ranged for those who attend the
.The list of the entries as prepared
by the fair officials is .as follows:
K NT 111 KS FOR ('OMMbNlTY FAIR
C. N.Allen Named
Executor Of The
J. M. Mock Estate
from the prenli
to do alh under
Compi tent veterinarian
A ilav or two after the ,,...ih of
'n.to, I.Roy Davis of thi- ei'y
lo-e friend of Mr. Price,' staled
lie l.olievod that th,. will left
I'i "ice would have a nrovisiun
posing of the animals. He
r- belief on remarks made bv
i( ( . shortly before . his death.
Price .'left-' all'- personal ell'eets
widow, listher K . Price. - All
securities wei- entrusted to the exec
utor, the interest, (if which, is to be
paid : Jier during' her lifetime.
REl UFA KOHEIM'SON, JR.,
N MEI) ON STATE HOARD
t i ve tones, h"
-poke ill: the
in. nta! hygre
the const.i uctive -quali-
if stre.-ving th" do-;ruc-
Irani', el Durham,
place ' of S ip'.. A J
i antoii, who was de-
Crarie spoke .briefly on
!,. of the child.: ,
Well Known Visitor
Passed Away Wed.
'bertsoii. nf -Can't oi,.
in tlio state o-oar-d' of : v'o-
( oi.i('at ion hist -. v. , . .......' M ,-.
. !-. the. lilst Haywood man
odd a p'.e i mii thi- boa rd'.
'tin r ineiiiboi s are fmm the
ui of the state'
he i t-soij w ill iiave. i barge of
"i o I umb riak i.ng,-'.
win; or tanned
OFFICIAL IS DEAD
t to renainr tht. tox-s. I
ggs' nlan tn h ship tn rvontinn ' Af the convention
:hn n,HM..-:i.. -u,.:.. i ......a.i.. ...111 1 ; rj , I
rc, , luiiiiiiujllLV i.jlil.M.-l illiaiCIV ou win oe uoi.o.l,,
,u orgg number of repaired i lodge. .
vp"rr children that other-1 Ben Houston. Royal Vizier.' ef
, ' r- Pet anvthinc. Anx-one i Charlotte. ha nredicted one of the
leave them at the I most successful meetings: ever to cc
i held in the Carolinas.
Mrs. I.. M. Prudent. ;.7.'!' who for
the iiast o" . summers ha- been a
vi-itor to Wayfiesvilleo did suddenly
Wertnesdiiv afternooh, a'; tne nay
I wood County Hospital.
dent had been a patif-nt
n'l tal for a number oi
The -deceased is from (ireensboro
and Atlanta, and was well known
both here and in tho-e two cities.
" . . . r -t ... ...
T,.-f, nf her chi dren. -Mrs. james
A. Harkey, of Atlanta,
Prudent, of Clayton N.
her bedside when .. she
1 T.icip are two other children
N. ('.. and Robert
ville, 1 Va.
Funeral services will le held in
Grfenslwiro Fndav at H o'clock.
Mr. Prudent, will be remembered
as spending' the past few, -ummers
at the hornet of Mr-. R. H. Black well.
at the bos-
and . (loraon
('.. were at
his wife here.
"of : Burlington.
Prudent, of Pan-
' a - received here by Frig
on oflieia's Monday of tiie
Mrs. A. J. fJleeii. .,'(' 'Marble
a s ... eh ii: . l-.t 1 . -i-i f,. , .r ( 1,,, .....
pre-ident' of .'; A I '. Law
mpany. Mr. (ire, ;; is- .. fn
sitor to Waynesvillo,
C. N. Allen
Mock, who died
ago. The past
of Ilazelwood was
in the will of J. M
here about ten days
week, M r A lien and
his assistants have been taking slock
of the Mock Department Store, and
as soon h this is complete the store
will b(. opened.
Mr. Allen said he had no. definite
statement to make rega i ding th
(ration of the store al "bis time
er than it vvould .'b,.- iqiciied wit h
days. Other than the naminr of
Allen a - ..execufiir nothing , ,i-,
tained in 1 lie w ill was di-, !, od.
h Haby Reef Calves
2. Steer- 2 years old or over.
.'I. Dairy Calves over (V months, un-
4 Heel low any breed.
U, Steer.. I year old.
0. Dairy Calves under II months.
7. Dairy Hull Calves.
H. Sheep peri of .' lambs.
!. Hesf Fwe.
t. Hrowd Sow.
1. (trade Fgg Display,
2. Hest pen of general purpose
'I. Pest pen (if general purpose pul
lets. 1. Hest pen of egg breeds (fi).
,r, Hest pen of pullets and eKkerel.
0. Sport fowls.
Hi. Ilrr'cd mare and colt.
Fa I in and Field Crops
1 . bile corn. 10 cars.
2. Yellow corn. HI ears.
" Pest -talk of corn.
i. Wheat, 'one half gallon, Uardless.
i. hi a' one half gallon- bearded. '
'i Rye, one half gallon any variety.
7 Oat one-half gallon, any .ro'iy.
Soy lieans. I - stalk . any varie'y.
tt. i obacco display.
tl stalks. -1
N. Coon, Tin
L A SSOCI.'I Mo;
o and I. A oc:
( 1 rohnni . , :
.S(o,- k. -beet
Sw, , '! icta
0 -airs of
to ( an.
T.C. Allen t
(recti, a :ici(
C. Mortgag, i
F, L Ha
' h't ;
n. a i
o, dot ;,;
I n'.i I -i: . t
i to O'gdei
Re."!: - I.
pl :i o
et u.. ."
l- oik T,
,s to D
:n of chkrch mi-: ft
for the R.:!v Dav
erved next Suhdav
I ': .. p re pa ration
wh; rr will- be oil
at ':; Prf.-oyterian church the .Men
of tne Church invited, all .members
of the church to their regular meet -ilig
held last night. .
The subject, of . the meeting was
''Fvangebsm.'' and the main addre-s
was made by Mr. L. M. Riiheson.
The musical program was featured by
Kveral violin selections by Mrs.
Richard Barber, Jr.
In the aosencp. of-'-Mr. Ralph Prc
vost president of the .Men of the
0 hurch, .Mr. R- L. Prevost. chairman
of evangelistic committee .was in
charge of the program and ' meeting'.
At ;.he close of the meeting le
frchniont. were; served and a social
hour Was enioytdi; About seventy-five I
church members "were; present- ' I
: Duff To
-; etux o
a vil',- T.
os to Mr-
t,ir : . .;
aip : .'
. tl -'lop-Si
la .-' '
aar c .
en, lot. .
J.F. IU. etux to J-. R:.M,,ig,:,ii an.
F. W'.lliller. .'! lots in (Jrimball Park
iiiiam .ui 'mom, commi.ssioner, to
Porothy lieverlv U intori. ( Na-hville
Tenn.;. J lots a. Lake Junaluska.
to T. Moi rack-
MRS. MORROW BRFAKS HIP
Mr- (i. M. Moriow. who fell Sim-
day morning and -broke her din and !s
confined at tne Uavwood Count".-
Hospital ' was- - reported la.-t night
as resting , comfortable. M i s. Mor
row "P'-'o! -.v, ..' alPdavWednesda-.-.''"
it-cording to to,.- report.
Mrs. Morrow is .Mrs. M. F. Al
bright's motl.t-r. ;.t: i ha sjient; the
.summer with ner daughter.
(i I'i 110':--. plat
Any other v
l!( t oti-ket
'( 'oilcctioii' of
i 'dbetion of
i to - no: s . on,
Hickory nut .
.-'.Car.-:, t '
Onion.-, a -'I'ur.o.o-
I n,o, l-o.it.'-: .'.:
R,, pia-rries-,- ', '
a pple -
of : api
'. ra .
qua i .
Are You Heading
ng th,. . i
if wo ,,;.!;
.r e '.mp let
i !!: W.l.'t
w . vt s it;
; a numb-
cal.ie 1 in to
i :upp:y them .
av . . . they.'
o find out how
olve.) get "un-
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