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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY. MAY 1 . mi
erchants Staging Two
Bargain Days Here. Are
Offering Good Values
Public Appearance Of Soto Gap
Hand Saturuay To Be One
I cature Of Sales Event
Radically every merchant in
't:ivilk7 is taking part in the two
I'-'ain Uays .which will be Friday
iS..turdaV of thi.s week. The ad
,.'.!;r columns of this pajn-r pre-
,:u message and give some of the
which will he on .-ale at the
;. ;n,. places of business at re
' ,! pun-.
,.;;,. stress has been made on
".v i days, and a number of the
, '...ughl .-jiecial merchandise' tor
, , relit.
c..i;iioction with Bargain- Days.
m. .-chants have -ccured the scr
, . i the Soc.i Clap String Band
: i bmce Team who will give a pub
,111. nitration of the perform
: hey recently gave in St. Louis
attriirted national attention,
performance will . begin about
i.i o'clock oil the pinch of the court
ic u-c. -".Spectators will not be al-..'.',vi-il
on the' porch, but will stand on
ike walk, and get a guild view of the
pi i fit. malice. '
The rtriiiK band will put., on a pro
u'am from the office of The Moun
:a . hre.r beginning about six o'clock.
J t : ; ;s program will be broadcast over
. l..c public speaking outfit' which will
Ciiiy the sound for two block.-. The
purhc speaking outtit will be install'
. i by Martin Fleet rif Company and
tt.ll i.e. part of the equipment used in
giving the election returns later on
Saturday evening as soon as th,.
pulls close. ' . - 1
The merchants here are. determined
i" make this sales event most sue
ci - - f u 1 and in order to assure its
-a. cess have offered some gooils at
prices that could not be replaced on
their shelves foi-.
Those'-who are anxious to save
money should conip to Way lies vi lie
Friday, and Saturday and shop.
Survey Is Being
Made In County
On Child Welfare
In connection with the campaign
that' is being sponsored by the Na
'.otial Child Welfare Committee of the
American Legion and the state de
partments of the American Legion
and Auxiliary, Ruth Williams Rotha,
together with assistance of a com
mittee, has started a survey of this
lounty to make a census and to as
certain the needs of the cases.
The purpose is to make a complete
census of minor children of World
W a.- veterans and other citizens who
are in distress; orphans of World
War veterans and other citizens; and
"II children who are handicapped by
physical disability, including the icrip
pled and thp uncared for, th deaf,
blind and dumb.
The work is being handled through
committees in different communities
ho are co-operating with Mrs. Rotha
in completing the census. The Way-ne.-ville
committee is composed of Mrs.
Kb McGee and Mrs. J. C. Patrick.
Sunday School Association
To Meet Sunday Afternoon
The Haywood Baptist Sunday School
Association will meet with the Fines
l reek Baptist church Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. The regular
business session will bP held and a
program will be given.
..Glenn Brown, of Clyde, is presi
dent f the association.
Stock And Acreage For Cannery
Must Be Subscribed By Saturday
v "We must have $5,500 in the bank
y Saturday. June the second, and
, re hundred acres contracted to
planted in tomatoes if we are to
Prt the cannery here this vear,"
County Agent W. D. Smith told The
mountaineer this week.
. several committees are out work--r'g
m the county this week, and re
. fPf coming in from them indicate
'hat the project will materialize and
a reality. '
t , e, hundred and fifty common
took holders at ten dollars each, and
remaining four thousand dollars
will be preferred stock. As soon after
Saturday as it is decided whether or
avln ur money and the acreage is
pared the Charter be,r'
"While we have the assurance of
Come To Waynesville On Friday and Saturday and Shop
To Enroll On 7th
Cost To Teachers Of This County
Is Only S This Year. Dr.
(iarher To He Director
Announcement was matie yesterday
by Jack Mes-er, superintendent of
-ehoo'.-. that Haywood county teachers
wer,. scheduled to register for the
-unimer .-, hool which will be held at
Lake -lunaluska this summer "ii
Thursday, June 7. at nine o'clock at
the Ailm:ni.-t ration Building.
The tuition fee for Haywood teach
ers is six dollar.-, with a two dollar
fee for library and recreation.
Mr. Me.-ser stated that there bad
been some doubt as to what cour-es
would be offered, and in order to clear
this up, Mr. Paul Garbor. director of
the -chool. will meet all those want
ing to di.-cuss that phase of the work
on Wednesday afternoon, June bth, at
the Mission building.
"We are anxioti.- for every teacher
that can to attend the summer school.''
Mr. Me.-ser said.
ROTARY CM'H WILL D1S
TR1HITE LARtiE NCMJ5ER
OF ATTRACTIVE FOLDERS
The Waynesville Rotary Club is
having printed several thousand at
tractive folders which will be sent to
the hundreds of clubs over the na
tion, inviting the members to spend
their vacation in this community.
The folders carry information about
the golf course, the park and other
things of interest to those who know
little about this section.
Dr. R. H. Stretcher, newly elected
president, will take and distribute
a large number of them when he at
tends the annual national notary
Convention in Detroit soon.
Francis Is Getting
Big Berry Yield
Henry Francis, outstanding farm
er of this county, stopped at The
Mountaineer Wednesday morning to
show us part of the 1,400 quarts of
liftrawberries that he picked fnom
his patch that morning.
Monday morning he had 1-400
quarts picked and delivered to the
Mr. Francis .says that the crop is
short this year, but thP flavor of the
berries is just a little better than
Flower Show Will
Be Held Friday
The annual Spring Flower Show
which was to have been held last
Tuesday has been postponed until
Friday because of the storm and rain
on Monday night which did damaga
to the flowers in the community.
The show will be held at nine o'clock
at. the Citizens Bank.
The committee of the Community
Club which is sponsoring the show re
nnested that the citizens of the town
and surrounding territory make plans
to attend on Friday.
the assistance of Mr. Barr, cannery )
expert, to supervise the work, it seems ,
that we can't afford to miss such an;'
opportunity in getting the cannery j
here," Mr. Smith said. w !
"The summer camps tnat are a?-1
ready established here together witi
the C. C. Camps, we have now an out-,
let sufficient to consume all our out- :
put right here within our own gates. .i
And if the park is going to mean
-what all indications point that it
will, . then for our supply here will ,
not near take care of the demand.''
to take advantage of what is being j
"The people of Haywood can't fail f
offered us in the way of a cannery at
this time, and I urge everyone to do
their part in seeing that both money
and acreage is taken care of before j
Saturday,'' he concluded.
Main Street Lot.
To Open Business
Store liuildino Now Occupied Hv
Home (iiocerv To He Remod
eled and I'sed As Depart
With weather permitting.
win negin next week in gr
back oi tlie lot on which the J. C
Rose Grocery now stain's preparatory
to remodeling lb,, front of the .-tore
which was sold this, week to W. 11
Burgin, A. Burgin, Otis Burgin
and .M r- Gladys Burgin.
The store will have a new front and
will be remodeled inside. This work
will begin in the near future, the
new owner.- said yesterday. A.- -non
a- the wink is complete they plan to
open with a new line of merchandise
featuring a general department store
including i vad -to-wcar shoes, and
grocerie- and meats.
I lie new
of llu.gin lin
by W, J. lira
..-hnu'ir, will not
tlie pre-ent .inn
it vv a- announced.
oi 1.. In the ileal, the
l! i 'ill the depot next
onipany was included,
liraddock has already
to Hyatt am
and which Mr.
The lot bad
of the store vv
ti-eil as a parking space for tin
venieilce of . , customers of the
business, it was said.
J. . (". Rose, present occupant. vf -the
stnr,, had no annouliceitient t" make
leganling where lie entendcil in.iv tug.
Miss Lowe Wins A
Kriends here will be intere-ted in
lea.niug that .Miss .rine I. owe,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ciraut
I. owe, nf this city) was recently
awarded a thousand dollar scholar
ship to lirenau College, (iainesvillc,
Miss Lowe is a graduate this .year
from the Richmond, lnd high school,
and was one of the ten students in
the county who were awarded the
.scholarship. Mi.ss l.evve spent the
winter vvith her .sister.
It will be' remenihered that Miss
Lowe won the girls' declamation con
test, for the Waynesville township
high school here in ltKili..
Oil Dealers Of
Next Meeting Will lie Held At
Canton, June 5Ui. W. I.
Camplwll Head Of Group
C. A. Brown, acting exorutive sec
retary. North Carolina Petroleum
Code committee, held a meeting at
the Haywood county court houe on
Thursday evening May 24th, for the
purpose of organizing and appoint
ing the Haywood County Petroleum
Code Committee- A number of em
ployees and dealers of the variuus
petroleum companies were present.
Mr. Brown was introduced to the
gathering by Mr. J. R. Latham, gen
eral salesman, Standard Oil Com
pany of New Jersey.1
The appointments made by Mr.
Brown and approved by the gather
ing were: W. J. Campbell, chairman
C. V. Bell, vice chairman, W. L...Hi
din, Jr., secretary. Other members
of the committee were: Jack Cabe,
G. M. Parrish. J. D. .Mackey and H. V.
Cagle, all of Canton. Paul Black
well and W. A. Abel of Waynesville.
The first meeting of the local com
mittee will be held in Canton, at the
Chamber of Commerce office. Tuesday
evening, June 5th. at 9:00 P. M., at
w-hich time all dealers handling gaso
line are requested to be present.
DRIVE C A REFULL Y TODAY
30 i 44 33FT.I2S3 SpJoLL
r " umi
Nobody can stop an automohile '-."instantly.
Careful drivers leave an ample margin of safety.
The chart above indicates for two different speeds
the number of feet a car travels While a driver
is preparing to put on the brakes. The chart
also shows the distance the car covers after the
brakes are applied and before the car comes to
a stop. Perfect brakes and the best types of
road surface are required for this braking per
formance. ." '.''": '.'" :' ". ''''. I- ' .
. Highway Safety Committee Carolina Motor
To Get Under Way
Here Sunday, -rd.
Haywood County Tournament I?
Ilei'ntf Sponsored l.ttcal
Rotarv ( lull
luliio; ef golfers next week will
cente,- in the Haywood lounty liolf
Touniament which wili be held at
the Waynesville Country flub. June
! to 7. 1 his year tne Waynesville
Rotary Club will present the top
(light prize The Rotary Trophy Cup,
which will be On iiip!ay ;a the club
Qualifying rounds will be played
Sunday and Monday, June o and I
and all gvllVis. wish. tig to enter the
(oiinian'eni mu-t ;uln jn t )u.j ,- qua.
living score .-a. Ms lv .Mi-n.lav even
ng I'layeis having tb.
est oual-fv ing scores will 1 1
Cbampion-liip tl ght. A
possibly a third lliMit will 1-
ai cording to : In
entering the lour:
I'he u inner of ;
lii.oht t match plav I
the U.'inry Tropliv
may ki en Co. one ye,
ning tho tiiurnainei
succession will havi
session i f the .up.
t Ither r.i .- vv i I '
winners of t h,. .
i uient .
v ill be pi
!' VI I II
Cup vv !i le
r. A plavei
pel nianeii t
,e giv en I
I Might and
neis-up in i ach Higli::
An eiil ranee f . d' oi) i
I .1 charged those Ii iving
ship in t he club and ot her
charged l.o(i. Ab goIlVr- r
llayuitod c. unity are eligibli
the tournament, except prolessi.
and caddies. Ivighteen holes vvil
played in ail malches including
Imal- m all Mights.
Conference Will Be
Held In Bryson City
' Waynesville District Confer
of. the Methodist church will
in Hryson Citv. Sundav niirht.
at 7 :.'() o'clock,, according
to Dr. I.i H. Hayes- presiding
ot tlie Waynesville.dist.net,. :
In sending out the formal notice".
Dr. Hayes said:
"I am hack from the General Con-
leieoce wiin tne convict ion tnat our
work is of supreme worth and that
our churrh is still brave and glori
ous; her Hag is flying... But the great
er lihertie- left with .each church in
finances and other things will tost ou.
lea.lership in the future a, never be
fore. From now on the question will
be, 'What will I freely do for' Christ
and his cause?' "
"Since we expect to close the con
ference Monday afternoon in time for
the delegates to get home it is impor
tant that all except those who live
nearby as-emble in time to secure
supper in Bryson City and get to the
church by 7 :.'!(). The people are pre
pared to entertain Us through Sunday
night and Monday.''
Dr. A. W. Pyler, of Greensboro,
will make the opening address Sun
day night. ,
Farmer's Day Will
Be On June 22nd.
Haywood Farmers Day
June 22. The program
worked out and will lie published
next week. Every person in Haywood
county who is interested in a Jitter
and richer rural life should plan to be
in Waynesville on the above-date. The
program will begin at 10:00 a- m. and
last well into the afternoon. It will
be varied and will be of interest to
all. Remember the date, June 22,
and watch for the program.
TOTAL 165 f EET
Largest Vote Ever Cast
In Haywood Is Expected
In Saturday's Primary
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"June Is Co To
Church Mont h" In
Moveine'nl OriuiiiMled At Itecent
iMeetiiiL; Of Pastor's Associa
tion Of This Count v
av , I he eliitr. lie
1 his comnrinily .1 1
known ;;. "(in J
A!i tlie cliiiiihe
taking part and
upon t lie public
... ,-poic oriiig v
... I hurcli . ,.: n
and past-.r.;.' ai
si n .-.-ing the
t hat : In i:
lo Church .Month "
Tho niov ement vi ip'i nateil at a re
cent ineeting of the Haywood Pas
tor's Association,, and the entire
membership of this lounty joined the
Tags will be placed oh '.the. door
knobs of the residents of aynesville,
Jlu.zel.wuod. and Like .1 uniilu.-ka, and
large posters will be disdayed in
prominent public phf'e.s rennniiing
citizens ol tlie nioveinent.
Worker- u( the churches are mak
ing a special, campaign to enlist
those who have not been at 1 1 nding
services- 'JTio.-e sioiisoniig the move
ment feel th it once the campaign is
started Hiatal will be easy to continue
with th,. increased .'membership.
Belle Meade To
Open On Friday
Several Attractions Have JJeen
Added To The Playground.
Two Shuffle IJoards Anions
Ilelle Meade Playground will form
ally open Friday according to a state,
ment made yesterday by C. M. DicUs,
owner of the recreational center.'
Several additional facilities' have
beenadded thi.s year, which include 2
.shuffle boards, a horseshoe 'pitching
court and a new lighting system for
thP two tennis courts.
"C. B. Weathcrby, who is in charge
of athletic activities, announced that
improvement would begin on the
courts within the next few days and
they would soon be better than ever.
Miss Maude Dew has been employed
as swimming instructor and will de
vote her time, to the playgruund this
season. . -'
- The tea. room will be opened
about June 15, serving meals and ;
lunches- The square dances have been 1
temporarily discontinued;. J
Election Results To Be Given
In Front Of The Mountaineer
Last minute iletails have neen ar
ranged for giving the election" re
turns to the public here Saturday
night. The Mountaineer together
with Martin hlectnc ( onipany has
gone to more expense and preparation
than heretofore to make this the best
event of its kind ever staged in
The returns will bp given in front
of The Motintaineer as soon as they
are received from the polls over the
county. The results will be read over
the loud speaking outfit .and then
posted in large letters on the board.
While waiting for the returns, .spe
cial .entertainment which will con
sist of music of all descriptions and
radio programs brought in by a Philco
radio will be provided.
The Soco Gap String Band will
Candidates Tt He Elected To Fill
Six County Ottices I-or W hich
.it) Are After
vole ever cast in H iy
llie pi edict ion t hat has
y made by tho.-e W;
lose contact with eh .
'pmciits in tin county t'.,
evv months, when niakin..,
gardmg the pri-
unty baturd .y.
hav e all e. nly
ast minutL, in
to b .mile the
i ibviion lia-. grown
1 1 !-. -..m the greatest
cuidiil.tli - not only
eh i -. but number.-, of
t he 1 candidates
ing the lounty lining
speeches have been
.illice .-ecke'rs. The
part ol th
e work has lieen ilolk'
persona I wa v .
I'd 11; lis VV'lil 1
e given in
;.' oll'uial li.-t of I he candid.
will appear- 011 t he ballots
nl I. 'W -:
1 'Judge Superior Court.
1 1.1I li-ti a t l vole lor one.)
I ov ei C. I lavis.
! o-r ..nin '. re,- . ,f- State (louse- of
U. pri eiitalives (vote for one.)
I. I Kailey.
in I I. Yates.
for Ii. ar.
Ktlucation (vote fur
Ki I- Ales.-vr.
Homer V. Cagle.
( lias. Willis,
tl. 1 . 1'lolt,
I''. ir She) ill' (vole for one.)
I A. I... w.-. .
.1. C. Welch.
1 Aledtoid l.eathel wood.
, Ac:, (, Rui-sell.
1 for Cliaiiiiian Hoard if County
I oiiimi.-sioiH'is (vote for one.)
W. A. Moore.
Heorge ( , Hay ncs.
Will A Hyatt.
for ( ouuty Comlni:
ioncis (vote for
Clover C. Itogeli,.
W. II. Williams.
P. V. Miussey.
A -bury Howell.
J .1 rvi.s 11. Allison.
i. C. Hall.
John W. Kinfland.
M is (i. F . Boston.
J. 11. (jos.sett.
(has. W. Med ford.
( harli,. 1.. Hill.
George A. Tirown, Sr.
Clarence C. Medtord.
James h. Henderson.
Constable Waynesville Township.
George W. Coble.
. Nat Moore.
D'puty Constable Waynesville
'- Hob Ray.
Heaverdam Constable, Democrat.
W. Wheeler Scott.
W. Forest Sorrels.
Constable Beavei'.!;.m,, Republican.
furnish music from the office, of The
Mountaineer, from, six to 7 :"i0 o'clock.
. The polls will close - about T:J0
o'clock, and it will require an hour or
more to count the ballots even, in the
smaller precincts. Tie elect ion offi
cials are co-operating in 'every wriy..
The city police department will be on
hand in full force to bhick otT the.
street if necessary.
The sponsors cf the propram . are
doing, this for the benefit e'f tho-c in
terested in the outcome of ti:e licr
tion. . and will not make any cl .acg'cs"
Tho-e unable to ittend and w ib: to
get the results can get tlicm i:y cal.ng