The Uest Advertising Medium In Haywood County Published At The Katern Kntraiue ol The I. teat Smoky Mountains National Park Uead h Thinking People
I Ml USl) AN . MAIUH . l't il
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
IN JCi u o
The 2,000.000 uit of Princes.
li n'a You.-soupoff, member of one of'
Ku-'ia's oldest families. against
vjetro-Uoldwyn-Meyer. film company,
;(1,U !,J in a verdict of $125,000 for,
the Princess. She alleged the mo
tion picture "Rasputin and the Km
prcss" libeled her.
A , . ..::.:ial court jury Tuesday
ight wrote its solution of the cele-j
britcd Wvneeoop murder .cast in 3
minute- bv convicting Dr. Alice
I indey Wynecoop of the operating,
,'ible minder of her daughter-in-law.
Khet'a, and fixing her punishment at
2" year- imprisonment.
S.s i ol. Ik rs raided the Security Na
tional Hank and Trust company of
Sioux Fails, S. IX with machine guns
'Vuesdav. shot a policeman, seized
;,,u gi'il hostages and escaped with
,,,, e-timated 4(,000. A posse was
t.i;(kl urbanized on land and in air
to pursue the gang which
e' saiil may have been led by the
1,,,'v.iv,. killer', John Dillingcr.
idle navy " man under a
cioud-nic ...i' voles, the -eliate 1 uesday
nasscd !" to 1 the Vinson-Trummell
lull :iii!hoiizing a seven-year build
ing program tor the navy, including
aiH'iMin itely 100 new .destroyer
.oi l submarines, mole than 1.000 aii
il.ii c- ami ..lie aircraft carrier.
igit lii-ini'ler at Athcii
... itiH.1 t Vn niiiiisloi ot
a; Samuel ltisilil !'"i'in
biic- operator, mu.-t lea
f nautical ion said that i
. i..'n of lnsull's permit
he country bad expiree
.i HieipaU of the Roosevelt a.'i
alioii .-at down to an anin
, dinner Sunday night t. chat
ic tricks taken and the plays
nc the first hand of I he' now
a- vlealth a y. ai ago.
ii S, x i . i n , aviation edit or tor
i.agn Tribune, and tluee other
- u re killed near IVtei '-.burgli,
Tuesday when an American.
!..ncr crashed in a. snow -a.rni:
i. . .), i ollrane widely known
ii. vv as. -selected Monday to hi'
- president of llrcvard col-
former president of the
i rolina Kducatian association,
'.trane is now connected wiib
aoilal committee oil education
- adqiiarler- in Wash i nglon.
"i'a.. i an hunt for lohn 1 idling-, r.
.bo.-.. Indiana ilespei nlo has been
:...:;- ,1 ..n his machine gun gang,-
' .: !; unts in Chicago. . It s intensity
.v.i- O.-rlosed along with the an
.'i.iiiii. nieiit that the autonnmile
Sia-i -.tf Lillian . Holly's--in which he
lied wa- discovered in front of a
ninth side apartment in that city
Satu: day night indicating that Dil
linger and his fellow fugitive, Herbert
Yiiungblood, negro, had entered the
city through the elaborate net which
piiiice spread to prevent it.
Uillinger escaped Saturday from the
I Town l'oint. Indiana jail. Using a
toy gun which he carved from a broom
stick with a razor blade and painted
with .sho,. black, the bandit locked ,j,
persons in the jail, stole Sheriff
llollev s c ar. kidnaped a deputv and
garage man. took S15 trom guards,
and .sped awav into the land of the
Dieudonne Costes. the famous.'
Trench flier, arrived, in Copenhagen,
Denmark .Monday thoroughly as
tonished at world-wide anxiety over
his .safety. ( ostes had been reported
missing since he took off m bus small
piivate plane from Paris at noon
Saturday bound for ' i Copenhagen,
He encountered fog and landed at
ilun.-ter to await favorable weather.
The civil works program, the ex
pedient used by the administration
to carry 4.000.000 unemployed through
thj winter, is expected to end March
0, a lull month ahead of the sched
uled closing announced last week by
1 resident Roosevelt. The plan for
: demobilization calks for far more
lapid disbanding of work in the
country than in the cities due to the
taci that farm work is beginning and
nio.-t of the rural workers will tind
ionie sort of occupation.
r loi ula is now enjoving one of the
best tourist seasons in all the history
(f the Sunshine State. Kverv re
tort town in the state i.s having from
2.) to ,)() per cent better tourist -business
than it had last sea-son, some
tourist centers are having their be.t
season since 1929. That information
has special significance for W estern
iir" ai0'ln;l since thousands of
rToruias best tourist customers are
:st-m Carolina -s best customers
and when Honda home folks realize
money many of them come to the
Mrolma mountains to cool off the
1 .vving summer. i
M'- R. N. Barber returned to hi:
n.inie Tuesday after a six weeks' bus
u.es. trip through the southern states
Being Made About
W. N. C. Heal Estate
"Real e.-tan inquiries are be
ginning to conn in right along
now," was the comment .1. M.
Long made this week to The
Mountaineer. "1 have had two
inquiries about my farm at
Bryson City, one about my Cul
lowhee farm, and also one about
the Thomas Price estate near
Although the inquiries have not
led to any definite sales thus far,
Mr. Long believes that within a
short time real esatp will
begin to make rapid turn overs
in this section of the state.
Work Of Widening
Highway To Begin
Contractors To 15ein Work Of
Widening Highway No. 10
Eleven Feet To Ma.elwood
Han- ale underway to begin act
ual construction on widening High
way Xo. 10 In'tween here and 11 .'.'!
wood .Monday morning it was leal tied
yesteidav The highway will be
eleven and a half feet wider than il
is at p.v-o.'it.
A live foot sidewalk will, be built
on the right tit,, entire distance to
gethor With curbing glitters.
The ,' .ii! ' act v:i recent ly av:o nod
an I A'-ee. of A-beville. by .the
State Highway ( onimi-sioii,
st ;;.ti:lt'....in The contractor- h.ie 10
working d . - in w I. o h t.. .-. -iii-'l'l. ..
!ce,-ide!i!- Stale 11 unv,ay iiii.v.-. a
Alb n Siicr.wa- on '') i"1' ' hi-- ..r:.
com plot ii'ig linal -ui u ; detail.- i tor
to actual coii-t i u.-tielr on Wanhiv.
State P. T. A. Head
Will Make Address
Here Fridav Niylit
1 I - V- Associations 01 ( ountv
And Ad loining ( ounties E
peded Io Hear Mrs. Hen
derson M i'i
.1, 1.. 11
n ..I' Hickory
ss of I'alelltS
e-s tile -public;
.ori 1 1
( ':. rolina- I 'ongri
acliers. will add
ill the Colli t HoU-e 111
i Oth, ii! elgil,.
Ki iila v e -. niin. .
known lor her
; on "
i couniy-WHlc meeting
have been extended
I invitat ions
s adjoining Haywood.
;pect'ed that this will
eveiits.: of th,. year.
county ll is e
be one. of the
1 'a rent-Teacher
Mis. Wilbur Devendorf, Itistiict Pres
ident,', of Asheville. N'.C.. will be
present, also -Mrs. C. S. Fleck retiring
district president, of Canton, .Mrs. E.
L. MeKce, of Sylva, State chairnian
and mahv other prominent Parent
Teacher 'worker.- of the ..n;
'Districi. An interesting progiam
has been arranged. The committee on
arrangements for this meeting was
made up of a representative hum
each. 'association in the. township and
Canton. . Ushers have been chosen
for the evening as follows: Corinne
Alley. Kast Wayne.-ville ; Lois -Mas-sie,
' Central Klementary ; Ilorothy
Richesoti, Hazel wood;. Sarah Queen
I ikt lumlu 1 i I'uliil 1 vil
Canton; Roberta Noi-risi, Clyde; lios
elle Shumolis. iP.ethel; Sarah Louise
I.eatherwoorl.. Rock-. Hill;.' Xell- Allen,
Allen's Creek; Loui.-e H.'liry, Maggie ;
Virginia. Wright, Deilwdoil; name not
available at this (late for the usher
from Sauri.-.k. These y.-ur.g iadie
will be under the direction of .the
Hospitality committee eOmpo-ed. of :
Mrs Crovor Havis, Mis- Mary
Stringfield. Miss Mildred Cruwiuid,
and Mrs W. C- Johnson.
There will lie no admission charge.
You are cordially invited.
Man Who Gave Bad
Money For Liquor
Is Still "At Large"
The man who recently bought 1
liquor from a, well know bootlegger
with an old Confederate ten -dollar 1
bill had -not been arrested last night,
although officers were still on tho ;
look out for him- f
Th(. news . torV in last week s issue 1
bf The Mountaineer created quite
bit of comment and many coubl not :
understand why the bootlegger -would '
turn up one of his customers because j
he gave worthier money for liquor, j
The explanation is this, the boot-.i
legger is under bond, awaitihg trial, j.
i Mr-" Charic-- RaV- Jr.. of hapel
1 Hill- and Miss Rosalvn Ray, who is)
a 'u iti Duk I m ( 1 it ' rt
i Sunday after spending the week-end
with relatives, '
V. A. (Jrahl And T. L. Bramlett Retire
As Mail Carriers After Thirty-Two
Years Of Continuous Service Here
Two Carriers Tra elect About
:!(I0.(I(0 Miles Each In Deliv
ering Mail In County.
Tiu- two oldest lural mail carrier
in North Carolina have retired.
Taylor 1.. Bramlett and William A.
tii abb after carrying the mail from
the Way nesville post office since De
cember, 1, 1001. h.vo been retired by
'.lie government on a pension.
The two men entered the service
and weie given the ta.-k of making a
mrvcy ami organizing the rural ser
vice troni here. After several weeks
iluy completed tile Job, but not with
out miL li opposite!', by -oiiie w ho felt
that the government could not ailord
to put on the rural mail -ervice bc
i ai.-,. of cxpcii.-e.-.
In looking back over the year- of
Sen ice, the two veteran carriers ad
nutted that it wa- with a c.-train de
' give of regret that th.y had retired.
"It is like break ng aw ..y. somehow,"
one -aid. "and ;t is rather hard."
.Mes.srs. lirai.ilcl ,.im l.rahl were
.recommended to '.neir places, in 1'dOT
by the late .lain. M. Moody, then
cong i ess man 1 1 !- d -t rict.
Since they Ug-u thvir duties ill
"'.'01 it wasV-timated that Mr, tlrahl
!ia.- traveled a total of oOP.Otut mil-
tide- and Mr UraniNtt 2..M'00. Mr
C.al.l has traveled .. distance of 12
- 1 1 inc.- around1 '. be w and M : .
I'.i amb It eleven.
Funeral For Mrs
Annie . vh
Held On iuenLo
W'idov. OI' I .air i.iiMriu-s t !elt
Died hi (.ti-en-slxir,! Alter
I vo.);i lilni"
nay a ; tertiooii I rum ;
c'hun ii i.o-. .VI iv , Ami
wife of '.lie : .te 1
e!cl.' I la- : e: v
by ib-v.. i. . ...;. ia
: ui nn i- jia -1 ...I .; : ; v.
.!lr .1 .An.l . -. ii. .
o'-j-u i ii. n n luii cii :' i
ami ai a a .ioi in..-; j :
. 1 ui i"W i ti,e
churel'i .i.o'i mi ni' wi
cena-lerj . I ne ia.i
and l a only . e, n n. . :
Th' inn : : i ny he io.,
J ..ck .l..a:es L.
Si..i;in, l'.U' ! . '-,1.1 '
Sa ni S; ri:;:' la v i a ;. ;
Uiv. .1. 'i, A .1 .1 i'.l
Andrew Aim ' c N.ao
ike w mt. r in i r. . o -'!
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1 . !u he
is. 1 ai.
s ..: her!
witii Uie lait.-i'- .iauui.te'
Lag.- and la-- family; .-ia
Uite 'wei! .in r: i.g the iota
vi.-it ..-ml 'wa.- uim ii ii o.i.
and ;.a.--i'd aw.iy eariy M '
- Mrs.. Welch was the dautiit.-r of Ur
a a c
nd Mr-.; Anne Moore,
and Wil.s i.-.irn ne u Krioxvilie, Tenn
on Mac -c- ls.lb. She w it; i niari led
011 Ilec-nhf'r '.'...' I!7x to Luciu., Mar-
celbib . Welch, son of Wilbiiin W elch
and Mary Anne Love Welch, out. tand -
ing .leaders in making the . town i-
early bi.-tory. ; Mr. Welch wi s a vet-
I Cniitihueil. cm page I
i . p r-r-
Yo-yos. ari' back i in style. : .
l'evvey Stovall owner ..'.' Way
ville Candy .Coinpany; iaid . this
week t h;it the demand for 'yo-yos
was about as. ..big-, - a.- when.'--the
littb. "wooden tdaythiiigs". iir,-.t
(made their ;:rppi;ar;tra;o a. fevv .
Although made i'01; th.- enter-;
tainmi'iit of children many
grown--ups spent .hour's trying to
master the art of making the
Wooden disc clim.i up and down
$2.50 Is Offered Person For
Finding 7 Errors On Page 6
Could you. lii-e 2. ."().'.'
.If you can. . and Want to get that
much just for a little fun; turn to
page six of this l.ssue and there you
will find a page consisting of. fourteen
advertisements from, business firms
of this . community; ; In -even of the
advertisements there, is an error
seven errors in all. All are easy to
find just mis-spelled word.-, and. some
in rather large type.
After vou have lound .wnat you be
lieve to be the .seven error?, list . them
and the adverti-ement, m which they
were found and either mail or bring
to The Mountaineer office before nn
next: Monday. At nxin trie judges
will carefully go over the answers
and the person who sur.m.ts -he cor
rect answers and in ine ?r,o-i .ariginal
I rm 1 nr ci v 1 - -vir 'ed
They tiist lode hoi .-el... ck . because
then the road- v.eie to. had for a
buggy and tb,. mail so light thai they
carried it :n then overcoat pocket.
In the follawrng spring they Ooligbt
bugg.c.-, but usually during the winter
nao io icly on horse back during
several weeks of the cold season.
Mr Hramlett used a buggy until
October of last year, and then lined
a car. During the time he was ear
lier, he hud reven horses, one of
them dropping dead as be wa in
sight of the post ollice returning from
a day's .icluciy Three of the.se
horse.- he diove twenty-two years. In
the l.st ten yea is be has had four.
!1 dro e one ii.o e NT 00(1 miles. Ti n
or eleven Luggu .- weie w.nn out by
Mr. liia.i! wa b -- lortiinaic with
bis hoi.-.-. In ail he had nineteen.
Tills wa - lie. e--it.lle,. be said, be
cause be had ;b.e, mountain- loiio-a
on nis rout. an. i exti , heavy mail that
had to re . i i ! i v 1 1 -1 i io outlying post
uilice-. i;,. Wore o-a: :liiee calls and
three baggie- in JO . u-. 1'uriiig the
.a-i twelve he has u.-e.l a car.
I.av.ng vvoin ..ul ere and the one he
. w n - now i- . v . rai v e . i - old.
.Mr lliaml. n... ; . be outdone,
walked '. ii. . ... mile- on his
1 elite tw i.e. II. :. !t I he post otVicB
a'. on: .!'! .-'. : ck an g..t back aboul
fo i.--.lti' . i . be -aal
. ' .re-; I.. ... I be inlei v leW
i i ru." : on eight I
Bo rvout Training
hool !o Bein On
iliursda. Maich 15
(i'liv;;-. .Maneo elerda h
U.mm' I iin.U lor (anvnt;
t)n .scout Program Here
I or ear
ibii.i-'-.f ; Th. - lin: .ii, a -i-oinniit lee ol 1 in. I!...v
Wciwn, - Sriiiii .Mi. ', i i.-r orgauiy. il ion, under lb,.
1 a cc'.lu,-; I u ii. t i ion of i hai i niau .1. .P. Ib-ani,
rucieii' h.-gaii .'their ennvas- of a lie-v ille
and llae.vvoo.l Wediie-day for fund
I oi- t lie Ib.y Si out - pi ograni in I In.
. " i . a u n . ; y. 1 . . i. : In i oni i ng yen.
M r; I'.eaiii ha ; on lb.- eoiiini il tee
I i.e ' I .. low ii.gi i high M...- : ie, 1 ' r. S.
I', l.av. 'four Lee .111.1 Lee IblVI- III
v a - in . ville nil.1 in ilazelwo.nl Sam
. K u.ig'li! - a ml Clyde Li-lic- Will inak"
,, - ( : u it
; ; A... .( ; .1, .S,- ,11.1 Le,a.UV'.c .of
i iiiAiiio ua :n- ; van- v illc . Tins,,
j,,-,. ..,, v,,,,, ,;;,, .,,.. i-o,'
I ieg iinn I iil; the trainnig, -clioo) lieie .h
il'liu, -.-.'lay ing ht MarMt I -'. The I rain
Irg colli e W'il io '11111111.' fin i'l Week-,
Wit h a III. el illg- ."'ice e .. Il -. W -e,. Tie
colli e W ill la g II ,:l T o'clo. k illld
ad i i ai '.'vai .'. ! . I..
. Ivvel yi.ne lli' ele ted III P...V So'lll
work, whether ho intend.- I.. .1.. a.
live work at present or Hot, i urged
to attend, thoie being Ho cost what
ever. All I hoc who plan to take tile
course l i e l enucstcd to get ill tolli l.
ulth (ieorge as early as possible;
'J'ho.si' who have taken the Cotiri
iy that there is- nothing that they
! 1, ,, e,l m,.r..; "ll . U not
1 ,nost Ira'in'ing . ..ar.-.-s a there
j y . fl, .n, pay ;1s (here, is
1 ..,.,'.s.mt plans-are to digaliize sov-
; eral troops in Waynesville and HazeL
.. - vooil lis ..soon a- possible. 111., pres-
1 ''"t .movement is tinder direct control
i of the local conimittee toget her wit ll I
Sixteen In ( ounly
Jail Here Tuesday
ITie-day afternoon theie were six-
i l.ei'ii lie. .life ill tile ' 1 lay wood, county
: - 1 1 . . r .. 1 .
j jail on chiuge- ranging f r.mi inuider
to iirunkciiiie.-,. Aeeoiding to Slier
iff .1. A. Lowe the ', following, -criiiies
Were 11 pi. -ellted:
Ilreaking arid ehtering. three.
Larceny f w..
Prohibition violation, four..
the !?2.o'l in cash on next Thursday. .
1 his oago will ne published for four
weeks, and each week some one per
son' will be awarded $2.i0. After he
or she once wins, they are no longer
eligible to. compete.
The firms .'advertising on, the page
aie as follows: Junaluska Sujiply
( herokee Auto ( o,. Watkin.-. (.hevro
let ( n.. Hvne.sviIIe I.aundrv. ( N.
Allen it Co:, trst National Rank.
Rurgm Rrothers. .1. M. Iong. Mc
cracken Clothing Co.. Smiths Drug
Stoic. I- erguson s (.rocerv. W aynes
ville Pharmacy. Ladies Shop and Jo
Ann Reautv Shop, and W enoca Radii.
Shop. ; .;: ' '
Re. id the - advertisements -'carefully
and send in vour answers now you
hav:e as good" a chance to vvin a- any
one. .-.'.- ';. ;
Farmer Don't Want
To Farm. But Work
For CWA This Year
There i one fanner in Haywood
county that has bad hi.- plan.
for the coming year somewhat
upset by the fact that men on
I'WA projects are being taken
This particiilai farmer went '.
Homer Henry this week com
plaining about b ing taken otf
his job and when iiii-liolled
said: "It was mv intentions not
to rai-c a crop this year on my
OS-acre farm, but to -lay on the
I'WA job and let my fann go."
After hearing the the explana
tarn that he could not keep bis
l W'A job. he dep .1 ted for bis
52 ( WA Workers To
Be Taken Off Next
Week In H. Countv
lli.lMK) Working Hours Alollctl
I'or Uemainder Of I'nlinish
ed CWA Projects In Count
lloniei- Henry a.lniinn-t ratoi of
; i A ..I Haywood county, -aid yes
terday 111 t III! per-nHs would work
I hi vi eek on 1 ' W A proje. t ... and t bat
'..' would I.,, cut oil' for next week
We. k !. fore last IS., were given work
and t be w eek pi lor to t bat about ''0O
v.eie taken oil'.
I he state ha,- allolted ,tll)0 hoin
! for I lie I elnaindel of tile I lllle w hich
' i W'A work will le Hi force. .i...in
'' U00 boll! will be II, e.l I hi.- w e. I,, M r.
, II. ni y .1.1.
' Ad pi o-j. . I -. .-, . ..; ; ho. .- win. h a ri
al' el III . I In . e --'-a IV In eonll.lete, will
. i ii.. . eon; li-ia. -.! be' i, id I n, ji-'. of
, i la- i . i . .j. . i -. , . i ... i p i, 1 . 1 1, a nd i. he
i.mii .' : in a!.-, I : ! , ;o a .1 i . ... io
' . iv ... S. i,. " 'i' Li iiijo
s'o i .; v i ,. i . . i i ii
School I hi.- v e. Il . in.
V ek i. I- oi I, Loa I
-Sew in I a l. toil ,
Saml at ion .
i W .V ,ini- in 1 oi
Sol V lee il i .Je. I .
I I Oil
i . I no
i . i .. I i . .in,:;..
Al . I ien i - ta i .- i Hal he I ..I low
I II?' O I ' i i 1- VV a M tug II' e. I Mi ! a kill;
ill. Ii I I ' a. I he l, ill :
While I lie, . a I e ; W ,. 1 1, o. .: .11 oil
liy g . I 1.. 1 Hi , III I li" . e' i, . 'II. I. . a o
oil. , 1 I le, lli.li i ..- I.e., o.t , at.
1 a l lin-1 .. I n l , . ll.. lit ; a i in.-1
! ' ' 1 - 'e- w-llo ha Co 1 1 1 1 1 ,. a . 1 : -.1
dreons On doll
Lourse Are ein
Improved l Lonj
.1. M. Lony ,Sas dreens Will he
In I'erlecl ondition l! Ma
I irsl. Major Improve
'l!y May the lii.-t 0111 green, will be
perfect," was the -tuUlnclll lllilde liy
J. .M.;l.otig this week regaid ng lh"e
golf ; course at t be ( .Mint IV ( lull. "1
I hem a , eno.l ii-
body's vvith a few w.-ik," be
L or the jiii.-l I lire,- iiioi.t I,
Long ha.-; bird a clew of men vv
dm the cotii s.-iinij milking i int
'":elit:on. Lack . voral Week;
he Coveted the greens -..Willi- lime and
Uiis week Wheii the I inie vva - i.ake.l oil'
it, .was I'ouint 1 bat: the greens had
been well piolecieil from the recent
scvcio cold U r kin it few w eek- the
gieelj: will l.i-c.velid Willi
'"'i i.i.iiiirii in- nine gr;i.-.s.
I'.dge;- o . V , ai gleeil- .ale: al-ti
being - ! built. 'I he fairway w b
be g iven soine inipi ovvmcntj ha;
they b.-ive ;ilw;iv - been in .jdd. coo
dition. Special. ailent, ,,n w-jli be g.vcn
Io i several place,- on t he f ail vvays
where !iie gra. b;i.- died.
"Witlr the wol k we have alreadi
put on the. course. ;ind the tilings
that we liii ve underway ; which will be
done .-..on, 1 feel that we will have
the. course in a irettor condition; than
it has ever been. Mr. Long said, after
pointing -out on tb(. course the ad
vantages of covering the greens with
lime and then replanting in blue
..'"Nothing definite can-, be '-announced'
at this time about a pro at the course
this .season Mr. Long .-aid. "but thcre
will 'be. one lin e. and a good one.".
A membership drive will get under
way soon, it vvas-announced.
1 he gull course here has long been
recognized as one of the leading as
sets to the -community, and it is ex
pected that with the .improvement.
that have been made, and the fait
that Florida is enjoying a good tour
ist season. this community will
likewise have a better season this
coming year than in the past .several.
Mr.. Sam Welch left Sunday for his
home in Raleigh after a weeks visit
to his aunt. .Mrs. , I. Howell Way.-.
Hearing Will Be
(iiven Frady Today,
Charge Is Murder
Monroe West. :!0. Killed In cnl
Salurd;i Night. Vrgunient
t)er Whisk?) Cause t)l
( lark l'r olv ..f i .-. :1 : .vv n.-hip
will be given a heaimg tin- I Thui's
day alternooii for the alleged kdling
of Monroe West. ".0. ;il-.i of Cecil, who
wa.- killed when a 'J'Mong bullet struck
him in the chest about midnight Sat
uiday. Frady is m j ul hen , having Mir
icndered to Deputy Sheiitf Chail.
Moody about IP o'clock Sunday morn
ing. Frady was reported to have
lol.l lleputy Moody at the tune of his
ariest that be -hot West "because I
had to." It was ,ds,, said that Frady
told olliccrs that "Wo-t wa., advanc
ing on mc with a rock and 1 bad to
Adam We.-t lathe: ,.f the .-lain
' man. s .i.l the aigunu-nt aro-e ovi-r a
div ision of w bi-key at hi- home.
Slier I IV Low.- went to tin- miig of
the .-heel iiil" about two ..', in, k Sun
day i; ong and in.l.le an inve-liga
(leoigc Priiitt. who live- near the
We.-t home, is .aioted a.- .-.lying Ilia!
I'ra.lv c. nie to hi- lionn around mid
; night and t.d.l him to ;..,) on! and ace
V( he had killed We-t. All'. Prill!! did
not inviv I igal e e i"i"" , ' ,,
1 , I .. i led ! .. have -aid. I' i a. iv I - -aid
!o have bad a L'L'-c . libre i ill.- in hi
hand-, w hen In- cut er, d t he Print !
homo following I he -iiooling. Sherill
Lowe on condu. I iny ;i .-ear. il fur .the
lllle .ll-io.eled it concealed ill ipllll
mi 1 in- only bed in ! lie I'l it : ! honi.
I'll,- . hoolllig look l.la. e l... :.v eell the
, 1 .in,! l'ruilt ' laaiie . Shi i ll1'
I iW . , ,.!h , ;i' oil . I,,, ol,.
Tb.--' !. :! .a- . :' I'.,. . , i a-
.- . m !... ,s,. ,,, : ! S.e ..:;' i,
. oinin ani i . ! t i . il oi.'-:.', a . ; v
am ll, V . r I ;. ": ' b,' i'i, , ..''.' i .
men! !, .idlll:'- 1, !o '!. ' I a a
I by oil:. . o a. ai) n":. "Mv
. oil arnl r uly w.-'e .ii :iii.:;-' ..' :"j
lionn- and had nine li.:i'.i v. inch : hey.
uei-c div nlih;; . ii ;i i gtiihent 11111. .'..
Lrndy s;ii, thai la- via- go'iig ,., g. I
bis r 1 tb' and Lai! iuv .- on. M;. -on,
Aba, 1 o. ;illl n .lied Ll o'V la ! t a etlr.-e
. 11 nun b about the boh- . 1. ilei
Liady 1, I'l Ibe bou . Shoi 'i . al'.cl-'
wan I.- I Ilea 1. 1 a gun ho', -iby-nt a
.lla ll.i of ill 1 b a way
Mli . I. v flow .' I , ; ...j : ;..!,
l .1 lie ii. ' , r-.'ll I ' I 1 a or ab
lb- w a . ml 1 1 1 have I , b, ;,,,.' , .
,i, wo h. .1. I: , 1 ' . 1 : . . I ila..
wood . 111 .a,, j . v. ho 1 , . ! a
!o... . -lie ea III, hill'. , ,.,;., V i .- I'
1 1 n
av el ci
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1 1 1
Countv Baptist To
At CIde Church
( mmlv.W ide MiikIjix School A
soei.ilKin Will I5e Ot;inie(l
In ll;i wiind Association
1'eriy Aiorgan, of tin- Sta t ' La b! 1 a
: Sunday Sell..,.,) Hoard w d! ilo-e' w:'h
i cjiif -.-ii! a 1 1 v. ..... ,,f the ! :,!. jit i -:;.-; -in
i of the couii'y Stinday al'l'-riioon a'.
'i:''' o'ciocl. :- in the I lyaie L ;-;.! i '
tdiiiieli f'oi ibe -jilir'-po .,. of .-,; gan.naiig
a Coun! y-Wide Saada;;' School A;..,.
ia' io -, t wa ., i;' . .ii'ii .ai y ' .'.-. i v
be W. C itvi ) -.'. 'no.i.-'nb.,- . i' :;
i diavw. i Ha p' I,,; ' A - a eiat-aba i
It wa- '. e. i.-K ,!. e .!, .!' -'-.-
.tii.ase an Sjii'la.ii S bo,,- a;';. ;.'!.;.-'
, wa.:- ana .l. d ii tbsi- ., .1, : - 1 a-:. -; ' :,e
I coin.! v w be . a ca a 'a ' s a, -a ' ' -' '
' Mns ab-.u:- it w. - ' a;.!. :
;; M, iV. A. I ii ...vv nine - :" It r . ; ' "
J will give a f. vv -ugg. - ; "i-: a.1. ;, ia-
wi'l. th" oi y a nia-l! a.:-. i! . ii;.' r;:.
- eniient- of La.,'! ' ;''.,. :,!.y,y S.b -u.s
j in the en rit ;.: a - e u ' gc -i to a! ie.v-.l-. aa i
J'bi ing ail !'. :o - i - i:d V-1" io -i ia -j
Broken Toys For
i; ' i'-'Al though iii.-je than'"-'.'''! n, iitii.
' I I 1 I 11 r
I for the poor for ta-v' ir-tmas 1L
has ':on b'ai'id'. wb.jtf; li"!' ; ays repairea
I ;ind.' ready fur bi -1- b.ti'V.m, II -a:
. th .- w.tl. t '-... ;. .Id i c gia.i t
receive toys ta w .;; . order 'bat . -.1
! would have.' '-'''.- 1 repaii ti- a. '.
for.' next I : ' .':';'-.
M 1 "d 1
we k a-ma-
'-. sta-i. n . :
. toy- La-; i
atf -' h'..v,;.eib; ; :