The 15est Advertising .Medium In Haywood County Published At The Katein Kntraiue of The (ireat Smok Mountains National Park - Head l Thinking People
WAVNESVILLE, NOKTH CAROLINA
I III UsllAV. IK( KMHKK 7. I't:;:;
W. Rov Francis Is
Appointment Causes Francis To
Abandon Plans For Seeking
Office In 5I
W. Roy Francis, popular local at
torney, was named last u-ek as as
sistant Unite, 1 States Hist rid Attor
ney by Marcus Er'.vin, new Unite 1
States District attorney of Asheville.
Mr. Francis was chosen from a list
of about 100 applicants from the en
Coming along with the appointment
was an announcement to the effect
that 'Mr. Francis would not seek any
political office during the coming elec,
tion. It had been rumored and stilt
ed several times that he would ho a
candidate for congressman, from this
district and would oppose Zebulon
Weaver. All plans for seeking this
office, 'have been definitely abandoned
as far as the coming election is con
cerned. the"' appointment a assistant at
torney is a distinct honor to Mr Fran
cis, .and during the past few days he
has received many congratulations
from friends here and throughout the
Farm School Defeated 20.0.
Ixxal Team Did Not I -o.se
High School (tame
'I Jiis Season
The W aynesville Mountaineers end
ed their suceesstul football season
here 1 hanksgiving bv defeating I' arm
School 20 .to 0 before a crowd esti
mated at 1200. Manv spectacular
plays wore made bv Wavnesville. I he
entire W aynesville team played ex
ceptional kill throughout the game
The sweeping cnd runs made Ity
Ree, and the brilliant work of
Wagonfeld at quarter wore outstand
ing. ., Uridgcs cam,, in lor Ins share
of the honors as hue plunger. 1 he
entiM W aynesville me crashed
through .he harm School line time
and time again to throw the Farmers
back ' I or losses.
This was the hist high school game
fir the V avncsvill,. team.
' The . Mountaineers' have iust com
pleted their second -season of having
lost only one high school game in the
itwo years. Last year :rt A-hevillo
' hey. failed to defeat- - th,. Asheville
team. This year liny tied the Ma-'
This season the. .Mountaineers have-
attained the. honor of hem.
school champions of es ern
Carolina- This mythical title 'was
won after Mendel sonville was delesit
ed here, several weeks ago 7 to ti,
Coach Weatheihy has been well
pleased with the-.sho.wing-'atid record
of his team this year, tentative
plans: are underway for a basketball
team, although several .-thing are to
be ironed out first, it was said.
Contests Will Be
Held In Mars HilI;At Methodisl Church
Waynesville. -Won (up In Last
Year's ( on test At Mars
InvitatioiiH. to the eighth aimual
Western North Carolina Declaimcrs'
and Readers contest to be held at
'. Mars Hill college December K-!) have
been sent to iipproxiniatelv 100 hign
schools R. M. Lee, chaimian in charge
of the event, announced yesterday.
The event, which has been held lor
the pasf sever'al years under the aus
pices of . Mars Hill college, open to
the high schools ot twenty counties
'; of '.Western North Carolina, bach
school is entitled to enter one de
Wanner and one reader. -who.' with a
' teacher or chaperon, ar guests of "he
college while on the campus.
To the school winning each contest
a silver loving cup is presented with
the name of the : renrescntative en
rraved thereon. The cun is held one
&ear or until won bv some other
School. If anv -school twins the cun
wo veais in sucression it. becomes
tha nronertv of .ihe school nermanent.
ly. Mise Nonnc Lowe last year' won
the readers' cud nermanentlv for
Wavnesville hieh school. Miss Evelyn
Morgan of aynesville having w-on
y it the year before. The (lecknmers'
cup a? won last vear-bv Graham
. Ponder of Flat Creek high school. J.
Harden Howell. Jr., of V aynesville.
won it the previous year.
France Liner will represent W ay
nesville in -the readers' contest and
Arthur l-rands will enter the decla
TO ELECT OFFICERS
. There will be a c-ongregational meet-.
( ing at the Hazelwood I're.sbvtenan
church next Sunday morning for the
purpose ot electing additional e'ders i
and deacons. aoc'T-ling to announce- j
ment mac'p :.y Rev. One C . Landr'.im.
iOver 1200 Men Have
Last Tuesday Here
Reemployment (Kiiie Is Over.
Worked Kenisterinu I'neni
plo ed In County
tcemploynient office a
,'U-c. 11 u in i i o.i- of nici:
.vai: their turn to register for
is heinir done by the Civil
Works A i i ministration.
The. ollice. under the direction of
Lucius Liner and his assistant, Cody
I'hci registered HI peopl,. from
Tuesday of last week to Saturday
night Hy Wednesday night approx
imately l-'Hl had been registered.
Aniiounct men: wis made that only
thus,, who register in the ollice and j
by an olli. :al registiar wool,! ;. con-i
sidered eligible for work on the pro- I
jects. All thus,, who now have jobs
are not -registered, and in the event
that tht-y ar,, registered under the
assumption that hey are unemployed,
their cards are promptly de-troyed.
The committee that appoints the
foremen am! selects the men for the
wink take into consideration his past
records ami ability for work.
Some rather comical -as well as
touching c isos have come before the
committee. One young -man seeking
work stated the reason he left his
last job was because be got. tired.
Another said his hands got Void pick
ing apple and hi' wanted something
else. Another young man-said h(. left
the farm because he couldn t get
along with his step-mother. The long
est job one job,-eeker had was on the
Five hundred, and ninety-five men
was the allotment for this county. Of
this number, about .'i2." are at work
and approximately To have been as
signed '. job., which vvil
the next lew days
At the present mte,
or 20110 will register by
nd of the
County Teachers To
Meet Here Saturday
Character- education", will be the
principal -.heme that will occupy the
attention .of Haywood, county teaeh
eis Saturday, December !'. at 10
o'clock., when they meet in 'monthly
-cnnierenee ;it t lie cent ral elemen-. ai y
-i In .. i J here in .their hist general ses
sion for the V .lendar year l!f:!ii,-;
Seven even-minute lalks by iis
'many teachers are. scheduled' for the
conference that will be held in the
audit urium of I he -chool
Th,. mei't ing w ill be follow
(.nlei t a iii-men : . fi at n re of
iltes.- Adjoin nment "will be
ed bv an
Oh the piogiain appsr t he f. i,!!ou -ing
teachers with the topic to be dis-
Club iictivitie and ehiirae'.ei
i. Miss Keiihih Mae I : i :
organized games and h o acter edu
cation. C. K. Went heroy ; o'.her s,.i,hi1
rrgiinizat ion . and character educa
tion. Lloyd Hendnx: assemblies and
chtiiacter : education. 1'. J. Robeson.;
social activities and character educa
tion. S. K. Coiintser-; character education-through
regular sch'iol s.ubj'cts,
J, Harley Fiamis; .-inil 'direct mor.il
education, Fred L.Safford.
f nrlrra AllnvT
, -ludee Felix. K. Alleys
the Methodist church
(.veiling at Tt.'in Hj'cloi-k.
will be, "Religions A
His sul.i, ,'
Coin pa risoii."
Judge . Alley, has delivei-i
dress in ;i number of towns thj
tins section, and has always
most favorable comment. A
invitation has. been extended
Methodist pastor. Rev. Paul -Jr.
to attend this service
oi d i
Local Rotary Club
Members of the Wayncsv ,.
taiy. C lua. : attended the meeting in
Asneville. last p ridav at" thP B'a'tery
Park Hotel at which time John Nel
son, president of Rotary Interna-tonal,
was the honored guest and principal
speaker of the occasion,
The meeting was attended bv about
2."0 Rotarians from throughout A est.
ern North Carolina, and a few from
Tennessee and South Carolina.
Since Rotary is-a., world-nude or
ganization. - the . speaker .-dwelled at
length on international affairs, and
then brought his audience face to
facp with the fact that, "we can t ex
pect peaee m the wond unlets we aj;
individuals are peaceful and content. '
Mr. Nelson also mentioned the fact
thit crime and pouth are two of
this nation's ma;or nrordenv today,
ana urged nu mber . of Rotary to med
itate over this and put on a urogram
that would hotter tite present fitu
aion. . .
Amomr 'hose enme tr im here were;
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Gay, Dr. ind Mr.,.,1
R. H. Stretcher. Mr. and Mr-- V. D. I
Dr. L R. Have?. Mr. 'J.-.-Dal-'
JatK Me s-r W ( Rj
T R.rcr C X Rcll D- r U -man.
Mr. J N.-Shoolvred. t
IIIWA . v- I s, s!
- vs?S ' JkJ a? i5 -J"
I KKDDIK (
must tm;ininnnis iti
lor tin: All-Ainenean team lor this voar
has hocii published on tin- plavm ability
this vear. 1
iNt year lie made
.,! season opened
Soon alter t he
would I' jriVt'M
t'ver l oaehi'd."
a jilaee on t he liv:
eoai h at Duke. ;
Massie's Dept. Store
Will Open Bargain
Basement On Friday
Larue Mock OI Merchandise
Placed In New Addition
01 Local More
K cryt hnig jv ,n icadiiH-- l.o- the
np'rliing of th,, IJaigain Haseineiil- a;
Miissjo's 1), .pai I mint Stole, heie.Frr
day. li'orijiru'. at s o'rioi k.
I o. )
pas i'ow weeks uork ai'i ii
bus ij:j nuaccl in liuildini;
a -t i i w a -
111,, iKiseUlelit from, the
main floor. Tables.
shel is for dC'pla J inc.
center of 1 le
goods have been
loaded o ca'.iiicit y
specially for tin
rei'nain.dei of I In-
built and are now
with g-ood,. hotich!
basement :upl the
stock' of Mir .1. .VI.
W . H. Massif luiinager c.l I ire -lol(
said that sjiecial attent ion would be
given t he basement merchandise; ami
that the new itihiit ion to the store
would, be in every - ense, t ruly . a ba r '
gain basi-ment. ,
Toget her with I he , usual l ine of
merchandise, a iar'ire -lock of ( hi i-l
niiis toys ,ha(, been placed on 'diiphi'y
in the basement : ,
A general rcfluction on !i:ei luindi-i
tliioughout the.. -tore will be made
durine thi'. .Jienilig of the. biiseinen),,
uccoiding- to an i.nnoiincement in a
large advei n-onient aipea i iiig i .
when- in th'i.s '-.;ijH;r.
Funeral Held For
Mrs C. P. Clark
Funeral - i vie s f.- M , -. Xannie
( 1 'k ' iti f ( I' ( 1 nk of in ir
( ;yde. -,vho died or) last Wednesday
morning in a ho-pital jh Atlanta. (Jal,
whete she was taken about three
weeks airo for .treatment, were heM
on .last Friday, morning at 11 o'clock
at the ( lyde Baptist church.
Before her mtirnage. Mrs ( lark
was Miss Nannie Medford. 'daughter
of Mr. Jim Medford, and the late
Mis. Mwiford. .s,he was born and
reared in Haywood county where she
was loved bv her many friend-. She
was -j. faithful wife and a devoted'
mother She' was a momlx r nf.thei
i.vde Bantist church, and also a
menilw r of , the f.astern Star, of w hich
sh. was a loval member of both- i
surviving her tire her husband. ( .
P. (lark, two daughters. Mrs. Selma
Hatchff of Wavnesville. Miss Niner
f lai'K, of Atlanta, hnr father, Mr.
Jim Meoford. her step niother. on
sister Mrs. Bonnie Hull, of Pitts,
burg, Pa., ar.d one brother.
Funeral services wi re conducted t)v
her pxstor, the Rev. R. P. Mcf racken.
as?!U-d oy Rov. J. allien Tv-n.ger
na-wr of (Iviic M. K church ;.nd
Ke. F. O. Dr-man, pastor of Long'---'
r.ane;. :d. . h nurch. South.
itor in XtjWr.
J 'J I i i i
-A. J i-lite, ; .,;
-.. V. I
r r-, . .
, r' '
Vl s .
n of Freddie
i. i c u in i w ere al .
( i toi d .is tiiekle
t oliunn .if t i i ohtmn
oi ( rawtord at link-'
it was soon
t team. IIt.
s bemo,- tht
delei niiiied I hat Ir'
Mas hecn (ermod bv
Tobacc o Market I o
Open Decern her 12
Operators OI arolma :
house Are OphmisOe Ovci
( oniinu .season
The A K v : ;; inai kei u ill
I11'1! I ' i v hi fo i ' I '-,' jiceiii'ding .to H.
I. I :iaill'ielt- ' luOr iiieinhei of he
I' i.J ii ' of' ( "ha ml- - -... Reeve-. A- ( ton i pan .
I i.v . who v.a- in H.-iywiMnl eiiiiiily
Mellday'- o1' ' b Week. The operator
-he l ' i To ina -aol ! hat ! hi-i r boll
vvo-rtil I -.pen to reeevr. anil vveigh
to '.. a. i -o on and after December '.
F (', (ileen an. I ( I.hi.I William
holh .'o'l I la.vwo 1 coon y. will lie local,
i ( )l e-entat i vev f,,, lite I'atolllia
VVi rehouse this year,
. I hn ing t he ' nitervo u v it Ii M i,
hainhei-s. Ir ollered v a 1 ua hie ;id vice.
"He careful in giailinp; ;riul tying
your hurh y " he aid "Many ihdlar
ejin iic -saved the Inn ley g-rower in. the
h uiilliiig of hi- tobacco. Don't, let
your toba. i
I ' he made
get in high ordi
..ullil'orih as po
I . 1
hy iilace imt it ready f'oi
.ok civcr the oiarkels be-
elling aii'l iivoid i rush as lunch
- ibie. Rushinu ; of (oliaei-o in
the market, 1.- v.a eiioii-. and
edryiiiu plant, ha a. natural
1 1'lKleiicy to force the prices. doWll.
We ran hand!, the tobacco d' West
ern, evorth f'arofina and F.a Ten,
nessee to your' idvantiige if tie
ITiovvers coopi rate in. preventing a
block. Voii can be certain that thi
will mean money in your iioj'ket,"
Mr. Chamber.;- was optimistic a !.
In' nutlook toi1 the hurley grower
and the Asheville ni.arkef, .and proini-
ed the fullest cooperat ion f himself
and. his .film in I be . intei-est
of the growi-rs . f Western
North ' ;i roll n a and Last I en nessee.
Being native, -of Western North Cai
oli'na and pioneer vv rrehousehien of
this and other sections of the coun
try, it i- felt that thr- film of Cham
bers. Reeves t Company. Im;.. cn
s ist i UK' of lv J. ( hamlx'rs. (). A
It'-evi s. J. J. Sai'ders and J. F. ur
horo, really have then- he-'irt.-- in the
hurley, market at Asheville and will
do their utmost to "advance the inter
ests of the growers of this section.
167 Secure Marriage
Licenses In Haywood
A lot of people might be out
vvoi-it. out Han Cupid seems to y,'
workingl overtime as 17 marriage
licenses have b-en issued here within
tne past 12 months from the office
of the Kegister of Heeds.
1'd .vin Havne.--. register ol deeds of
triis- countv, completed an audit of his
marriage, jicr. hooKA recentlv and
found le,spite -so-cadod hard times be
i ad ip-ued I'.V krud-tying ,aperj.
i ' fc f.:
Seven Witnesses Heard .
In Jim Sheffield Murder
Case Wed. Afternoon
Held For The Late
Judge AV. F.Moore
pot t rail of i -.
Moore was .io.
unity bv iiieiiibi'i
ie late iurist .
. .',1 to
'in I ho.i-e lu'i e Mvmdav afi.i
I'.-loie an audn'ilce that fillcl lh,.
on io capacity.
I'eli K. Alley who is pie
over I he second week if couM
adjoiiiiied court, at '! o'clock -f.-i
ivviiT- which lasted about in
il !lev. chairman of th.-
- appointed at a recent on . i
Haywood !ar Association,
it the meeting. lie real a
from Thomas .1. Hat kills in
I larknis si aleil i bat he was
.attend. He was a close
t elcr i a in
vvlii. h Mr.
,ili, ib1, to
lv A Dev
I classmate of .ludr.c Mooie.
II. Smalhers of Asheville.
I he port i a it and it u a ac
.1 1(. .Morgan, I... I he I lay
A ssociat mn : by .liidce Tch
tor the judicial V ot Ninth
iiulina. and Sam M. Itobmsoii. Im
the County. .
M r. Siiiathel's
.Monies life 111
how a- a boy, h
read a sketch of Judgi
i which he ilcscrjbed,
e stmlied at Saml Hill
alter completing, hr-
ediicat n'oi began
Webster in .laniii
I hat Mine w a s tin
I SSI l.
".Indee Mooi e was always Intel est
ed in ! ho mov ements intended for th.
bet tin inent of the 'people, arid was
over Io he found in the lorel'iiml of
Iho-c who .were' striving for the wel
f.ne ,if mankind. He was a mail well
owledce and nil l
M i . Smut be
Mr Snial b
i ea -
C. iv i ii by
ail of .1 ii, ig
I be llnwv.
, I '.a i we
en I ed
1 1 a oil v
II. iv vv,
1. 1 iel . -
M.I I '
CI V I,
Ie VV a
III. I pl'l
w ii h
, em n
,-, on n I
I I ill,, nil -,;
I he I I . I V V
.1 M.I;..- y
VV . 1 -
-1 I N
I., -i 1 1 o.
,il I, I j mi
I I, of .lodv
H iie vv .
.hi- lollouim.. wool, I -f...
i ,- by 1 lie i mini y . .on in i
plai .-ii in I he i-.iii i i lion
.1. l , I. (oel;..-.
(.I. S. l-'ei (' usi.ii and h i I
w I :
W . T. ( i aw ford. '
I, vl. Moody.; .
r .men of in om i in ni e i ou-i
ment biiied,-" .VI r Spiatheis -a
id in i1
I liil.,. iileasure in lire
md I he I lay wood I ..im' y
i ait of .1 nice Moor,, vv tl I
vv a I I'
lll.-ll the llil.e be
oir t he
of t in; i oiii l . house
in I hi-- hi r: room
face .of a man win
; lit u
i.i id fate long ii
a - a jin i I
and poor at
baud and f
ii. .1 i:
I lity W ood .1!
oil ted on' jil t ! e ti)
ike,, .anil was a model
,f lief." M r .S mat her,-.
Morgan-' in behalf .of', the
liar said: "V'hile this occas
to ii a nolo, of -a be - as
of oiir loss, yet there is in
and hearts much pride. .-and.
.v .- I hi til;
feeling of lionor
in t he . memory of
our distinguished friend ami
who we counted as one of us.
inuch pi ide and jnteri st- in t h
veloniient; of our county. . Ki-pe'ci ally
was he .inxious thill, we j)i-ovide ;.
modern Kiurt house and jail.
"When the commissioners hesitated
about undertaking to build a new
ourt hoilse, he ordered an indict pent
against thorn. When the buiMinir was
in progress he would r.ften stop and
view with interest the work. We wore
happy that he could hold the first rou i t
iii this, building."
.-is. we in iiiture ; vi .'i es ami. acre
in th: co lit this port rait ;-ho,h '! iic u
leinmde,. io us ot ti'i exo'i -n; traits
u i.i : . ! of him -. . .-: it . so well
nls. and this ?nuud siiinulate
us to . niubite in our acts, his high
nliaj and sterling character. '
Among those attending- the memor
ial service from out of-town were:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore Nf Chatta
nooga; Mr. Ian Moore, Svlva; Mrs
Scroup Knloe. Dilkslxiro; Mr and Mr
K. L. Mchee, Sylva; Miss Hannah and
Dorothy Moore, .Svlva; Mr. and Mrs.
Ivugene M. Hearden. Asheville; Mi
ami Mrs. Pink (iaston, Asheville; Mrs
I' it ton Ldfjjitle Cd , Mi n I M
Holmes Uryson. Asheville; Holm - I
Hryson Jr., and Miss KJvir.i Jrvs..- '
Kaieigh i As.hevdie; Mrs. Ijura Momv l'iv - ,--.:avs
on I Asheville; and Mr; -hrnnk C.i -' '
Lal-avette. fia. I
lames Welch. Main Slate Wit.
ness. Was On Stand Over
Seven state witnesses ve.ri. hcaid
W eilnesday al'tenwN.n in the trial of
.lames Shi llii-l.! who is cli irged witii
the murder of Hud Miller on ihc a,
teriHHin .of Auu'ii-l 'l at Woodrow
.Miller vv;i -hot wild,, standing ii,
front of Rickman's s.,,,,. ,,M die high
way. Jim We!, h, who was standing
Hear Miller .it. the time, was bit in
,the imuith ami -hnuld
of I he shol. Judge K
presiding; ov er i he
week - of the c ,n I,
r Willi several
li F. Alley is
I be colli I ro :u
Mis Miller i, .Id of
husband's heal.h only.
Jim Welch, the s'iU
Hie si-,te, was ,, he -t ind over an
lumi. Mi Welch lob! of (rouble he
had had everal year ago with
Shellield. and of a struggle they had
had when Shetlield drew a pis;o! on
him. The last . trouble vv;is aboul V,
years ago. W.'lch and Miller were
in front of Kb kn;::.i'-. . flu.
shooting began. Miller jumped about
IS inches when ihe first shot bit him
Welch testified, ami u, Webb kneeled
lowii t.. licln M ill,... t b,. second
third shots struck Welch.
Welch said be saw- the lire of
fourth shot from' the garage, but
not ee anyone. At the time of
tif h shot s ,iid be savv a man in
gaiage.' Al the lime the sixth
i ... , . ,, . ... i .
"cun loin a i. ripe., wno was
in a car at Hie scene, -not to get out
of the car, James Shellield is after niu
and be might hit you."
The vvitiie-s denied clung nurses he
didn't know who shot him. He also
denied lelline the nurse. "I didn't sei
who sliot mi', but
"I vv as doped Io
don t 1 1 nictn be r
be i ont inued. lie
a slatemeiit to th,.
I'm -lire I know."
.eep me easy and
say ing any thing."
lis,, denied making
loo t i cine n i be r writ i
thing down to anyone," In
cross exan.inat ion.
Kelinet h I .owe-, depul v.
t ll led I hill lie found liv e
i idg-e hells ,,n 1 1, H,,,,, ,,
soon .liter Ihc
earlier in he:
staled that Sh
ca r vv hen he i
a . fa I. i
ii., v ill
i v en
field told llle
Io. a friend n
lie . said.
I he t itle
' III vvit-
or I he
.'ll of. lie
ng' : that
-1 il'ie'd riial h,
irt iv t Ik k
1 1 id
I and heard Mill.-, "holler."
asked Welch what .va I'oilig oil
W ' a I, rein irkeil "'ShefTiebl in
ilitig at in,, atid you might get
The -i sbofs soijiided as if
: were mining from the garage
ss t hi; road ". ll,. coiicliiileil.
a i id
I .s;ny Shi
n ga rage
f ga i age
was at the
(ri ve hist c . ii-iy
to iniiiiites -bo-1
ran in Kick
, hoot ing be--
f run! .
go I '
ioiV i ng st art e.l.
-fori when th,,
flic shots fmito (iu
.. I called . the
aw if-er I
iller was hit.' .
i "-. glm rn, .
at oi" of Ii
iid: "1 saw
s ore n;t
ti Ihe g
t in. I:
.v h i i n
hi th,. garage
ri.iout 1.) inin
md the shots
about, da: I., S .
Uti-. befole In'
sollnded iis it' '
The hack d.. r
locked win n I
time, after th,, .
dwi -Me, ; a
-'. a 1 1 aa
the m-s. I
h iiirth oti
. n he went
b:ek door being hi:
into -the gflrage aft i
W as ,:,; ought out f '
door, a f ront door
Her.; is a siile
'.he back doot.
ti. t tie ga rage..-
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I'liee, Alnert .sharp. J W. McC'lre.
J. W. hdwards. Tavlo- Fiogers, and
( . K. VIcF.lrath. farmers: f) Itradley.
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