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NO. 27
(ioir Tournament j
is Now Underway
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Kotary irop'ij mu"- -"
To Winner On Thursday,
Other Awards To Be Made
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Xiu- first mat-che. of the no If tourna
n which is being played tor the
W ;noville Rotary Clini liophy. wiTe
..m'pjvted Tuesday.
" T-e tournament is scheduled to be
cinpleted Thursday at which time
i he awards will be made which m
clud several valuable prizes that
wciv donated by merchants together
with the Kotary cup.
Winners in the iirst flight were as
follows:
. Trevo-t, bye.
lied"' 1'revost over Kenneth r er-.
gUMirt.
Tony Hayis, bye.
Paul Hardin, Jr., over l.' . R. H
.Sm-U'hvr.
Sec.. ml Might:
li liunham, bye.
i; 1. Prevust over Wilord Kay.
Alloy over C. K. Weatherby.
A ( , I raft over .Jerry Colkitt.
"Third flight:
A'. I.. Almnett. over A I. 1. Watkins,
.1. K. Latham over-Tmn Lee.. J.
H'u'.'i Alassie over Sam .Jones.
'Wallace lila.kvvcll. over In Hohe-
Funeral Services
Held Friday For
William James
Kuneral services for Mr. William
Janies, who died in New Jersey Sat
urday. May 25, at 8 o'clock, were held
at the Alt- Zhm church at Crabtree
Friday.
The services were conducted by Rev.
R. P. Mct'racken, of Clyde, and Rev.
Toininie Nuland, of Crabtree.
The service was in charpe of the
Ala.-onie order.
Surviving' are his widow. Mrs.
Tleanor Gomeringer James, his sisters,
Miss Hestel Fuller of Bellmont, N.
C Mrs. Kerns Hall, of Cullowhee, N.
C;, Mrs. Mattie Medford. of Marion,
N." C, and Mrs. Maye Green, of Ore
fci.n-v hit - brothers. iAlesfs Jesse
.anies, John James, R. C. James, Ben
James, and J. B. James, of Crabtree.
The Mower : girls were the nieces
i. :' M r. James.
200 CC Boys Arrive
In Haywood County
'.-Tw o hundred men for Camp P-17,
'ikai.-il at Black ("amp Gap on the
.due of the Cireat Smoky Mountains
National Park, about 1'5 miles from
r.i re, arrived by special train Manday
nijrht at !i:30 o'clock and were carried
to ;:h- camp. 'in. trucks, W. C. Phillips;,
"f this' place, ' project superintendent,
met -hem at the depot and went with
tti-ni to the camp. .
i ,.n:;i site is the old amp No.
f "i the. Suncrest Lumber company at
i'.la k amp Gap and was. used by the
tun. !.,,. 'company in its operations here
lii;..: to l'.i2S when condemnation pio
. e. i iiL's fur possession of lands by
''if s: it. I'ai k Commission, were bes
-ti". he site of the canrp is now
i'!ly J. It. Boyd, president of thv
'' National . Bank hero. The buiid.-"'-'s
'.'Use 1 by the lum'ner company
rave 1,. ,,p repaired and others em
? 1 i tor the accommodation of the
.'"-a, and the foremen and other
v.; projects for the campers have j
i'-inned, consisting of t.-a:l- in
V ain.iaries of the park and work
J'"!-'- ?i' near, the. proposed tourist
7 '"'fat Flat Creek. .
'' : i-. atenant W. H. Armsti'one,
.',-." ':a'-'ia:ioos;a, Tenn.. f the -i-'ir l
';;."!i';y. the comrnandintr otlicer;
t;:- l ieutenant ,L. P. Hirtson, Scrnn
: .'.?.'-.nVr. -'-''th Infantry, is the ad-ju.jn:;.-
,. l. Glaze, OrangreburK is
"a- (..;u. ational direetor; and V, (.'.
'j -'. Waynesville, is the camp. sup--.
ermttniient.. . .
advance contingent of 24 men
-tn. 'last . Sundav'night ' 'bv truck
. ;womerville, S. C. A second con.
'ftn,l. 158 came in bv special
-'- onday night about 9:30 o'clock
.f . wtre taken to the camp in army
T '.mcial desitmation of the camp
-c . ComPany CCC, X. C.,NP-17.
tt"ni Armstrong said that the
,atn wui be kept busv for a consid
:. -t n ? Vme ing the camp condi
h?nt r sanitary living conditions,
V, . " :np m Pood order, and the build
m gwd shape. He stated that
'Vtr0v?h organization will be per-w-fl-
' u,1 as for th w'ork projects he
ina 1 say what would be un
dertaken first. He said the equip-
r is includes eight for-
y truok-' and two army trucks. .
- utrS;-nafre 811 frm PintS
ed' tLa haIles Badgett, Jr. return,
ea -Monday from Knoxville. Tennessee
Badgett cvfPent 3 k'.-with Mr.
bv t,-' r ? was accompanied home
"eDenHir; S' Badge. Sr.. who is
Sviife. MVeral das here and in
XiA.. XLIV
Kay And Coman Are
Winners At Annua
Flower Show Hero
C!yd. 11. Rav -1r fan
the- i,,..-s.i4i;il -w . i pstake
I and .ill-. ,1. 1'. Lo.u:-.".. of Lake Jan..
iu.-ka, W"li tiit, ama'.eu.- j-wecpstal.e
in tile sp.ing si.nvci show' sponsorcu
by the g;ide;i' department ot the
Vayiu.v:!!e t ' . : i i inanity club neld
Friday.
The display was under the direc
tion of .A1-, K. 1.. Coin, chairman ol
the Harden committee.
Tile following Were winners: Peon
ies, Iirst prize. - Mrs. J. T. toman;
.second .Mr.-. F.d Ihickett; iris. Mrs.
I. M. Long; delphinium, first. Low.v
Weaver, second, Mrs. R. Q AlcCrack
eli; oriental .poppies, first, l.owrv
Weaver, second Air-. Joe late; col
umbine, first. Airs. ,1, M. Lone,-; sweet
Williams, iirst. Al rs. ,1. 1 ( umiin,
second. Al.s. C.'F. Bo-ton; flies, Alls.
O. 11. Shcltoll.
Tyri phium, Iirst, Alls. Itanv Hall,
second, Mis. F K. Herman; combi
nation of three dowels, I i i -1 Alls. I..
K. Herman, second Airs. J Al Long;
yellow (lowers. Iirst, Mi. J. Al. I.oiij,',
ceond, Airs. K. tj. Alct'.-ackeii ; jrai
den uihkr ela-s, ,Ali. Ben (olki;:;
u:Ii i'owors, first. Airs. Iluj;ii Abrf
sccriid. Al t -. ill rbcrl 1'lptt ; hrcaKtasi
la; io, firs'., Al r.-. Wvlf.oii lii,
Air-. K I.. Coin. .
Norman Holt "'Off
For State-Wide
Speaking 'Contest
Xoi man I'lo'tt, a student ol Bethel
liiuh school, and -.winner ol the
Keisler 'Memorial Contest in District
No. 10 (d' the North Carolina Build
ine; and Loan I.eauUe, w ill leave Sun
day for Ocean View Beach, near
Norfolk, Va,
i, . ti i . t-r 1 I'ooi) are requested tfoc a-. lie
He. will return T hursday to hliza- ' .'. ;,. , . 1 .. . - ,. ... ...
, .. , , .,, " . ... , . . V . N . ( . I ate at i :.,o ! rulav nipln.
beth ( it v- .where he wi part cipate I
in the state-hvid'e .contest on June
i. He will be aeeompanied on his
trip by .Mrs. A, 1'. Ledbetter. of
Waynesville, and Klizabeth and Fred
rick Plott.
Belle Meade Host
To Sunday Schools
The management of Belle Meade
has extended an invitation to mem
bers of all Sunday schools of Way
nesville and Hazelwood to come to
the-' Playground Friday when they
will be given access to the .swimming
pool, tennis courts shuffle board, and
. other recreational facilities.
I C V WnofViorhv. yvh, i 'fhn-tr,
of the playground, also announced
that, due to a numberof requests, the
time limit for special rate.-', on : sea
son tickets has been extended until
Sunday- June 10.
Aliss Al uv Adams Ward, of, A-he-
ville, is the guest of Miss Jewel;
Hipp.- at the . home of her pa rent -, I
Mr. and. Mrs. John Hipps. .., .
icial
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I E P K E S K N'j'AT I V I
BAILEY
VAT'FS
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CH A I K. i OM MISSIONKKS
Mouiu-:
HAY NFS
' HYATT
COMMISSIONERS
ROGERS
WILLIAMS
MASS FY
HOWELL
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BALL '.'
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BOSTON
G0SSETT
C. W. MEDFORD
HILL
' BROWN
C. C MEDFORD
FERGUSON
HENDERSON
BD. of EDUCATION
MESSER
CAGLE
WILLIS
PLOTT
BEST
HOWELL
JUDGE
ALLEY
DAVIS
WAYNi-YiU.E.
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Wake Forest l .
! i lect ed sc.
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S -outs, wivi ! i . -i :i
A m. i n-.-oi Keirion I ..., !i.
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last 1- ; idav iK--lit.
1 he I roop lias o.nlv bceou it- work
an 1 h:i- uiiiv a tew Ijos a;, pi-- on,.
Anv lev : el ween :h iiiir- ! 1-.aiu I
Hi that would like v nm i ill- now
IN M I .1 -I! mi I
3fm
Two Thousand. People In ( rowd
That Got Returns Saturday Niht
A ' conservative estimate made by
several diifi rent citizens Monday
showed tha t at lea-t. two tln-usaild
ptople were present to get the iv-
tiir.w- f-iiio he Maimta.iieer ami
Joud speaki'ng sysU m operated J.y
Martin . Kleetiic ('oaiiiany ia-t -Sat-
The largest , r- w 1 wa.:. ' ! -a '' n
twilve and one ,,'oolck wheic t he : ma -
ioi ity "f -the ret arris were I'.cej red,
'' -tli', Iv a f tec ,iv a'rlocl; tlif Such
lla :iv oil
1,1
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St
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eega:i
ii-
'eitaifiineiit oVer tile load speakintf ,
-y.-tem and cut Limed, afitif ciedit ;
thirty. "J'la- li'.-t re: -urn-- wi. r,. r.-ceiv- '
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xcen! the Sautii .Ward in, , iy
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4f '; 01 49 20 i 48
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32 . 8 15 ; 18 . 9 2
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36 42 74 82 111 111
50 56 134 43 60 67
95 85 272 149 186 ! 142
145 104 181 89 147 112,
171 228 .314 203 254 169
120 108 320 182 174 188
56 27 31 61 98 80
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143 213 302 203 269 242
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A ,n, i an Society , of I ml
r-.- and o i'sioonl ol the I'.n-
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. nrcr' . -I otnicil In hi.- .capacity ii.-pi,-Pi"'it
ol (lie (.oiincii be auloiii.it
I .,.,..i,i, sami I'iii. tlie nio.l oui--iiiii.linu-
honor, that can be coiilei u-d
.,t, a 'ate I "llci'-e ellgllKaM-. iind lie
bad full charge ol -lae.il.: the annual
1 Fnirince. - Fair tin--yea).
fluin in fi
The Aloiiiitaincer ;ill
'he way to the court liouse steps,
Large figures w i e used -o that
Ihey loiiiil be eiwily read at a di.s-
.'iii.-e -evi-rai iiuiHireo ieei. hih
! he: olid speaking sy.-lem
enabled
t no-
edge' of the crowd to
, 'lii. a" l fie i-i'tunis s .-..oil as receivei
The c rowd t h i.- y. a i exceeded' that
-j , f 1 '.i.'.VJ ! .y a: ul IM people,
j- 'd ! 'ban a lup-'lred wer. -present
: ;il -i'. o'c!"ck Sunday .morning, and
r!
ig! i ir
I!' .Si
.!..!. several ilo.( n
'lie board, while a
: ii l-- .-fo'pped to get
VI 'dav Monday
... a , . o I,,.
'ay.'d ia : ! in "
iff.. liOlli.'..!':: of
-lat.-t j- .w-.
o'd : 'f n-i;.i i 'it.
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Wi.en h.. Bur
a lie or Vi.ated : Th0
ia . a 1 lili I'.l'lte'llew.-.
(leek vale was re-
:.i. an' more tii.an
.. ; i:n , get. t he
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Primary
"a .' u ' '!..-. !s8 :,' 7 M las ar -
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27 f',.:.V ' '-;.':-.:'' ;-i.-':.- 9 'lb JJ la! a 97
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25 47: :: : ' ; 67 ' 27 l.-"'. 11") 151 '.l ''.3d 10.".s JtC's
8 ' 2n'i - : '.2 ' ' 160 5 27 19 16 33 125 105 1221
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10 u 7 3 9 Hi 16 17 1 228 323 755
5 6 14 9 5 78 42 11 1 9'.) 174-531 ..
58 ' 63 42 61 10 7 285 : a 61 ; 71 6 ; : 395 . ; '.- 848 . 2214
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46 44 : "6 85 . i 3 10 4 305 158 .132 1043
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L39 225 1 10 47 12 8 15 1 76. 34 602'
15 35 14 17 238 2-3 177 67 65 , 36 437 332 1624
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22 116 . 149 3 249 34 96 155 26 25 253 i 260 105
1 40 7 4 3 7 3 59 . 1 134 151 1340
r,' 26 318 70 228 94 290 152 248 89 935
62 217 247 84 167 58 144 120 220 59 660
7 221 44 3 107 24 92 90 96 25 268
35 178 54 26 86 9 172 88 109 37 410
75 227 ' 315 63 253 122 202 67 210 55 782
20; 192 73 12 136 104 222 232 112 54 374
49 248 183 63 205 . 32 225 159 285 59 728
45 177 178 41 178 ' 125 179 114 83 60 538
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W I AIM
Commissioner
.1 li IS II. M.I ISON
Ail-.' . ill on led the .field ill the i.ae
i.O' (.lllltV ( olliilll- lellej. ill Which la
iv eie candidate-. lie received 111! I I
voles.
Haywood Institute
Pupils And Teach
ers To Meet Julv 28
Plans are underway for a home
coming ot the students and teachers
of the Dbl Haywood Institute on
Sat urdav, Julv at the building
lid grounds m ( hale.
Several committees have dwell ap
pointed and are arranging for the
program in the morning and contin
ue through the day with a formal
dinner that night. A picnic dinner
will be ;i feature of the noon meal.
Tho-c who are interested in the re
union ;md expect to attend should
get in touch with either of Hie fol
lowing persons within tlie next few
days: .Miss Bessie AlcClure, Way
nesville, Route two; Aliss Frances
Justice, Clyde-, or Airs, .lininiie Bolt
N.'iO Alerrinioii A venue, A -heville.
One Anierionti of every :ilS nor-
ally gain fully " -'in ployed is oii actual
-1 1 ike an; i-oiiinii t to I tie walk out of
bis -pi:'., o. ,(f. einpb.v liieiit ill 1 be near
future, a -tiivey of habor "conditions
in (he nation'- iiidiil.i.al cinter.-
11 f1""1 i''a-en1ly, '
: , Al r. W. T. 1 lent on will return today
fricin Spa rt.a ijImi rg Soii'h Carol': na
w la re he.att. nde.l .1 he Soul hem ILird-
v:ife ( OlIA ellt loll.
f.
y.
875 4318
230 2308
473 2063
913 4212
1042 4633
435 2S98.
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rmary oaturaay
St'enil ,'losc dies IJeonilt'd.
()ii!y J7 .'tl;irjn
() or ( r.i lord i or Rep.
resenlalixe
Mole than e.f.oo Haywood voters
wen! lo the polls las! Saluiday and
cast votes in vvhat wa- ihi' largest
election ever held in Ibis county
i Seceding the record locking ve' .
m 1!:; by over l,a00 votes.
The boiird .f election i n Wcdin
d : morning eoinpleted : h n oll'u ,.
check of the voles and i.ecla.'cd II.
follow inc.- as high men in t!. -races:
Judge Felix F, Allev
Hepl'i -elllal ive J. f. IkllleV.
She i :lV .1. C. Welch.
'lias i man I" coin m i.- a. an r, W. A .
Hyatt.
Ko.ai , al ed'.l ..! loll K 1. All's-el ,
li. ill,.' I ( .ll'ie, itlld .1 ah II I !.',- .
( '.ni-1 .hie. .lync.-ville T .w lish i p
(ieorge Cai.le.
I Vputv l '.a, .tabli John Kerlcy.
file r:ne lor u pre-eii! at i.v ,. wa
nned 1 am uiil i l I be la-t pre. net l lad
r. pM.'ie,! a B.iiU-y and alter Craw.-,
f.od ran wilhin a few vi.tis of : ( . ! i
elller unlit ihe veiy 1.1 1. With Bail.'V
lea line, by rf ve; -,.
In rhe , h. i'i If : :a e. '': 1 v'var
, . a, -i. ii a i ..tia:. U u .... . fi ,ii,.i We.l.cli.
I he-e tw,, , il lid ld.lt) s 11:11 elos,. and
il wa not iitit.il South AV.ij nesv i lie
wats In aid from that Welcli took a
lead of alioiii alii) in in i l .
I ol ig res- nia u Zibulon Wcuvl'i
piled up a vote of .a,.'i.'!, While ins.
th i re opponents received 'J.,2'.'J- The
candidates, living. Ovvens, ti'Jf), At
kinson 1 NT and Alullikin 1,-ltit). '
(leorge Coble led the field 111 t he
constable lace, getting about 'Jail
majority over the uexl high man,
George Buchanan. The official . vote
for cons-table in this township was
a - follows: .
Coble, !lf.2; Mills. l'JO; Davis. .'Ii7;
Buchanan, bhii ; Alcllone, K.'i;!; Moore,
7S.
John Kerlcy received 1,2,'iU votes
while his opponent, Bob Kay. got t7j.
Fleet ion ollicials said that if the
rain that fell during the first part
of the afternoon had not interfer
ed that the vote would bare been
sevei al bund, ed inure.
Because of tile close voles III s'V
eral of the races there has been much
-peculation here as to whether or not
tb'ere will be a Second' primary called.
Although none of the oandinVi es
eligible to call a second .'primary had
a statement to 'make to the pres.- this
week, it was lea. 'led from a -reliable
soliice that " ind ie;t!.ioiis Were
j t h :t one would be .called." l! is I be
gi lleral belief t hilt if ol.c ...indidlile
,atl- ii '.econd piiniiiiy ;ha: iibiea -t
.vii V : a. ' w 1 1 1 ;ie d i:i wr. ;W a til"
light'.
In' he cent- a e.-eml primal y i -.
b. .!, -, ,'. !.l fe held "ii SaUi.:,iiiy,
Juno, .'in; i.i. The candida: rave li ve
Mia li e I,,,- el,., , .11.1- , a, e :
1) K i E F
NEWS
ITEM'S
aiaive tii
IV of tlfe
l.'.i.l u , lie
-.YiUlt.a. . '
a "lie iia 1.
rack '. slide '
!' a-'iua: v en .ii. i '.!:
lea. ill. Lr f i oiii : ' i'a' .: li. 'Jl';
highway
ev found
(Jap- in the (I real Smoky Mountaiari.
Nationa! . Park : Tuesday morning
The hi'iy o! LUti'H-r Bu'U. 24, of Elk
mont. T i.ri., wa- removed from under
several tons of ieck 'and dirt in -a few
hours aftei' tk- .iteidvnt. '
. Mrs. Josephli'ie. Abargarry, 36, ac
cused a f" i ni j r i - v : ; s ng . . he r da ugh t e r.
Mary.. 7 in a :hick pen for weeks as.
a cure for "an t '.:l eye" was sent to
the county .i..-piial at.. San. Juan,
Cal.- yesteniay for observation: after
btdng' convicted ;n justive Court on
charges of - u-fju.-tiliable punishment. .
Federal amenta at Greenboro yes
terday had under arrest u . second
nv;n believed implicated in. kid
naping threats directed agaiiift the
daughter of a New York manufac
turer The arrested man conl'e.-sed a
part 'in writing a-:d mailing a letter
demanding i S2.".ot0 of , , At- Tomp
kins of F;Vt Wil'Jr'gten. Long Island.'.
The commiinic ition . threatened knl
r.apitntr of . Tompkins' daaghtJcr,
Shirley, a student at Salem College.
Winstyn-Salem. . .
    

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