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The Best Advertising Medium In Haywood County- Published At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Read by Thinking People
County To Get Two
1 Expensive Hags
j Because Of Old Law
jlr Wen. I -iUdToId Law Mak
I ing Mandatory To Have
.;, In Courtroom
V, I . ...,...:., n law will be bone-la-
f '''"'' ' i ,, , in thp npar
; w-',- v.ealed here this week.
JUI;n';. ago when Mr. K. F.
I. i. . in, ,r of Chanuon Fibre
J a" Raleigh, he found a
I"'"'" ,' .,,a,v it mandatory that a
"r;, ..'"'rtajr and a flag of this
:,'" " ";;ur..r behind the judge's
C '.. '.. , ,"urt house. Few court.
: ' flags, and Haywood
!;-r.g ;.i t anion. .Mr.
.'. . . . mat ttT up with Cham.
r ., .-th. uiU and as a result,
' . . ' -non receive the two
," :' A ; ,.ft about .-J.'iO. This
' ".. n the part of 'Champion
i ay u na i vei
'ani.ation in tt
id mi the appia
i h w
i .! was .parked on tne
. ad and found il man thai
' much, liituor-
, ,:)!: evening 'no topped a
veil', was driving wreckless-.'.-.
her a "tongue thrashing"
a.-cd "profane language in
'. iaa -'' flei the brakes on
oicd to hold.
1 ''we ' has' no "set schedule to
id just goes . and very
i ''- to bring back, someone.
Moore Under A $300
Honrl For Drivin(r
Truck While Drunk
Manuel Moore was released Monday
Linrnoi'. hy .Magistrate Frank ter
PUsuri under a "$:100 bond after being
given a hearing at which time he
answered charges of "driving a truck
while drunk. .'-'
MiKire was arrested Saturday after.
""i'ii near Baroer's Orchard on High
w'' .c. Id. Moore was driving a
trucK owned by Homer Plott. Mr.
T"'t( was m the front seat with
""MX' .and when Moore attempted to
turn around, ITott fell out and Moore
packed' the truck over-him.
I'lott was carried to the hospital.
injuries were not considered se
rous mi he was dismissed and went
t the home of his brother in Canton.
Cars From Thirteen
States On Streets
Here Tues. Morn.
KirkJand, photoprapher here
,.!;,:, d Tuesday morning that he
JNed iais from thirteen different
tes m front of three hotels here.
' "Me I was making the count 1
m severa other cars frml different
Pa- through," he said.
estimated that over the week
ttat , fTnuirlbe,r was almost double
lf -lr. krrkland's count Tuesday.
S'trh r haT-es Burn' of Columbia,
j,, l7l"na, arrived Saturday to
z JalhY' Mr' C- H- Brn. for
M" ifl VI.,lt at the home of Mr. and
J(,hn N. Shoolbred.
bjt"1", ws "? tion about it.
at ww . c utfsuon about it.
tto alllthas Ino.re tnan Paid
"laae tV-ie , , -"i""ieiii.
"'r'er rf tL ti- y " b' Coney,
ware lhe VaynesviUe Hard
nlCh B efarainK advertising
ra r". 6 tild sone time ago on
vave 8ht a lot of
fbr hJ?Tt and haye called
EvA- i d by name."
.teme. t e hear just such
WW !jivt " investigate
ZXPT" t to get your
f, ro"s to the
Rpiipf " RnvJione Present
"Its too hot to work," remark
ed a strong, robust young man
last week alter he had worked
for two hours on a farm in the
lower end of the county, The
iaimer ior whom he was working
was paying him a dollar a day.
"But how are you going to live
if you don't work?" he was asked
by a neighbor.
'Ihe relief will have lo take
care vif me," he said boastfully
and walked away.
That morning' a fanner had
hired three young: men to wie k.
One Worked" two hours; one ;h:e.'
and one four. Wne of them
showed up again, -dating :h.
could live better by gct'iaj
relief. Last Kites Held
For L II. Miller,
Who Died Thursday
Well Known ciuno Man Fulls
Into al Ol Hot' 'Tunic Acid
1 1 1 1 'i Veal id ojn ra . n, i-, w a.s ie , rn
II r- 11 iih r is ui vivo i i.y his w idow
two -children, lla'de:i .1, and lads, d
his pan tits, Mi , and Mis Kdg.n Mil"
ill', of WavnesA ilie ; i'uur si-ti d, Mi'.-.
I.' C. Xoi-iis of 11 ,r)vile. Adi.-h,;
Mrs, Bcrliii' dtniiei', of (,'anloii. dind
Hazel ami I'earl, id U'ayiiesville; aind
four brothers, Mack, of Maiyvilte.
Wash.; ''loal and K,y, of Waynes,
viile. and (Jordon of Knglewood. t,'al.
Interment was made at Cieen Hill
cemetery. Active pall bearers were
Mark Gallowav, James Medford. Hugh
Ratclilf, Will Katcliff, Turner Caddy,
and Horace Duckett.
HaTr.mer? Ured lo
List Amount ui
Produce They Have
"I have a firrn that wants 9 tons
of cabbage," said County Agent
Smith this week, "But under circum
stances I can't tell him where to get
that many, because the farmers have
not listed with me at what time their
crops will be ready for market, and
how much will be ready."
Mr. Smith said that he could easily
have shipped ten tons of tomatoes
from here during the past few weeks.
It has been almost out of the ques.
tion to get beans, he stated, as the
crop is rather short.
There are numbers of trucks pass
ing in and out of here daily looking
for produce and Mr. Smith urges
that all farmers get in touch with
him in order that he direct the
truckers to the farms to get this
Large Number Of
Visitors Register .
At M.E. Church
Waynesville's summer visitors are
churchgoers, if the register at the
First Methodist church is any indi
cation. On last Sunday 151 visitors
registered m the visitor's book in the
church. Over 400 attended service
at the church it was said, after an
actual count was made.
A check up revealed that 14 states
and two foreign countries were rep
resented m the congregations. Not all
of the visitors registered and it was
estimated that other states were per
A party from Nassau, Bahamas,
registered, and one visitor from Lon
don, England, The states represented
oil the visitor's book were, New York,
Florida, South Carolina, North Car
olina. Ohio, Georgia, Mississippi
Pennsylvania, Virginia. Alabama,
West Virginia, Texas, Louisiana and
MOODY REUNION TO BE HELD
The fourth annual meeting of the
Moodv familv will be held on Au
gust 19, at "the Dellwood Methodist
church. All family connections are
expected to attend, and requested to
be present at 10:43 for the opening
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Children At Haywood County
(By W. C. Russ.)
Just picture in your mind 18 chil
dren playing around 27 old, dis
eased folks and listening to their vul
gar talk and unsensible language,
and will have a fair picture ot what
gi c.s on at tne Haywood l ounty Home
eveiv dav ot the WeeK
The above picture is the first haiul
intormat :on that W . (.!. Byors, tle.k
of the court and 1 got Tuesday morn,
ing when w made a visit there for
this article, which is being published
because of the interest that is in
creasing m ilayweod county about
building a home sl pal ate ami apart
'.'rem Ihe .ounty home to caie for the
cluio.cn that are now deprived of the
jo.- cit : "leal home.'
l'oi several month-, the board of
ceiiinii-siou- 'have been workitrg
again.-1 odds, because the number of
children that have been win to the
county home lia." "toadiiy been in
creasing. The. -t iii'ius.- -dicis ,iiid
Mr. and 11 1 1. .1. i kind keeper- ol
the homes have i-iir a n !.) piece ot
Wi : h up to t n: . t :a a id ! hey now
lack the piope: t'ac.lltlc".
A- v well! u n '.lie walk, we w e . c
'..-. r t a' nut .-r
; : Y ' ilow ha i
the county h.one aiion' ;
Their pa-t ! t e h.a not l ei
1 1 i
m ug in . n
pita I for
hop! him in 1
month;-. A .'few feet away children,
played wit Ii tin ran".
A middle aged ininato thought ho
.V is leading a singing class, and
when hothe.cd by the- fun-making-ehildreii
would forget singing and
curse illough lo have put a sailor
Peak Of Entertain
ment Features Will
Be Given At Lake
Sponsored by . the Junaluska Wo
man s Club, the Saturday evening
Chatauq.ua - feature of the Junaluska
Methodist Assembly, will witness the
performance of a musical travulngue,
"A Musical Journey Around the
World." from the platform of the au
ditorium. 1 he event, which will mark
the peak of th entertainment pro
gram of the 19d4 season, promises to
attain a high standard of excellent.
With Andrew Hemphill, .of Birm
ingham College, outstanding director
and concert singer, wielding the baton,
a chorus of more than 50 voices will
sing national songs from the deck
of the good ship "Harmony' which
is to be erected on the big auditorium
platform as the chief prop of the
"musical journey." Dr. R. L. -Wig
gins, of Weslyan College, Macon, CJa ,
as the "Travel Guide ' will read the
interpretative lines of the libretto,
as the "ship" enters the various ports
of call. In addition to the ambitious
musical program the various land
entered will be introduced by brief,
original skits, folk dances, and dia
logue setting forth the outstanding
characteristic of the nations visited.
Hugh Thomas, of Birmingham,
Ala., the assembly pianist, will play
i all the accompaniments and the piano
interludes which mark the theme ot
There will-be no additional charge
to ticket holders, but a silver offer
ing will be taken, as is the traditional
custom on "Woman's Club Night."
Proceeds will be directed to thd
Young People's Recreation Center,
which is financed annually by the
Junaluska Woman's Club.
Mrs. W'. F. Quillian. of Nashville,
retiring president, and Mrs. J- B.
Ivey. of Charlotte, president elect,
will be present- Ushers and collectors
nav been selected from among the
young people at Junaluska.
A record attendance from all points
in Haywood and Buncombe countits
MRS GREEN BURIED
Mrs. Margaret Green, 81, widow of
the late Greenbury Green, was buried
at Fines Creek Tuesday afternoon.
She died after an illness of some
time on Monday. She lived at the
old Green home place with her son
The stronger nun were out in the
wood yard cutting wood, and that
seemed to bt a favorite spot for the
older boys about 12, a.s they teased
the men .just to hear them use vulgar
abu.-iv,, language One man had his
h .t on backwards which the cbildrm
made all nianne;; of fun and as a
result a burst of language until for
grown up to hear. much, less thii
dien to hear ..Imost turned the air
A." for the vhildien, they like it.
Theie is a'ua" some aimi-enren! to
cull ii i y hoiiie I ;i m n ' c-1 in p- i "
i ii i . - , .-iiid on I li: VI i , '..an
aliii.t-t all the I h,; I'.. .d '. Ii t i-
'I'lie lioiiie is a bri o ' - ..-If - K.p
g, ece.d for cl'-i! iiili-.'.' I'ivet
.hacc. i iHed by t hi ; lima 'a - I-
bv t hem
Tin' entire -b! ininato -eeiii happ),
ul ! be children are pit if ul. Tn got
what i- meant bv that "t .-(lenient a
trip to tire county home would piov
Cattle Sales At
Clyde Kan Above
j Approximately $d.f00 will he lii.s
j trihuted to Haywood county livestock
men as a result of the sec-mid sale
I Thursday at the new Haywood county
Mutual Livestock yards here.
A large crowd of persons witnessed
the sale of Zol) head ol livestock, m.
eluding sheep, hogs, cows, calves, and
The sale will be neld here every
Thursday and the jiens have Ixen
placed m good condition for handling
Robert Patton. of Franklin, is the
auctioneer. Officers of tne livestock
organization are; Glenn Boyd, presi
dent; Gilmer Sanford, vice president,
and W. H. McCracken, secretary-treasurer-
Twenty-seven carloads of cattle
sent by the Federal government -from
the arid regions of the West, arrived
in Clyde Wednesday. These cattle
will be placed on farms in Haywood
and other counties west of here.
HERE LAST WEEK
G- C- Underwood, former resident
of Haywood county, and now a mer
chant in Kmgsport, Tenn., was a
W'aynesville visitor last week.
Mr. Underwood left this county 19
years ago, after teaching school for
a number of years in county schools.
"Business conditions in Tennessee
are much brighter and there is nurre
optimism prevailing," he said. He
intends to return here soon and spend
several days on his vacation.
GIVES LIBRARY A HEATER
Father Michael Carey of the Cath
olic church, before leaving Waynes-
ville for his new Pastorate in -Eliza-)
beth City, presented the local library
with a fine new heater which had been
used bv a short time in St. John's
chapel here tiefore being replaced by
a more adequate heating system.
The directors of the W'aynesville
Library wish to expre.ss to Father
Carey and to the church he represents,
their appreciation of his generosity
and the interest shown by him in the
work of the library as evidenced by
this timely gift.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Christy and
family, of Chicago, Illinois, are guests
of Mrs Christy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Matr.ey.
Widow Buys School
Books With Money
"Now my children will, be able
li remain in school nil winter be
cause 1 have already bought then
books and other things with the
money 1 received from blackber
ries at the cannery," said one
widow this week, as she finished
getting her children's books.
Last year, because of condit ions,
she was forced to take her child
ren from school at dili'crcut inter
vals. She is noi tin' tpe to. hog.
and unless she can gel work she
won't accept charity.
This is one '1 the iuMancos
A !! e t he cannei j ha - nic mf
in ach to Ha) w ood Count .
Large d'ains Shown
By Postolh're Here
. ,p'. I i a the Imal poMvlK. .
il wa- le
d II. 11 owe
Id d.l), 1 1
I . i h e er 1
ill i il I', S v
II Jul) I. Id
audi . ,,
c ,n I la. r. i
UH;Mi:u Anil 1(
Jufee l;rker V .
diida, Miiii! I'aiL.o' id" Hal .l'a.s.
I lie Wl ehty Hloi
irv d'bjl, 'a-d; I-'
it 1 1 ' -r -oiiie ul' the ml i-:
,-sl dig event .. ,1! d he lil-d ul ) .of Mall
fax i -niiid), .Itidae Parker -I iied lli.u
ho wa. amazed to find llnil. so f e ;v
people ill t he ext i'elile pari - of I he
- fate knew -o : lit t le of" Ihe ,, ln-r sl'i'
I'm lif'teen minutes Judge .Parker
spolcedn the (iiaiid .Jury sy-ti'm
the state, .starting with the beginning
of grand juries and coming up to the
present time. While judge's 'over .the
.state aie for abolishing the grand
jury, Judge. Parker maintains that
whfn. proper!)' f'i-;ictioiiing it t
one of the greatest -protections' a citi
zen na.s. -
"The morality if a county depends
a great deal on a fearless ftand jury
when the officers are lax," -Judge Park
There were Hi visitors present at
the meeting, representing a number
ol different states.
28 Entries In Open
The annual tennis tournament got
under way at the Piedmont Hotel here
Tuesday with entries. Mixed doub
les will be played today, and the
One of th(. outstanding events of
the tourament will be an exhibition
game Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
lietwe-en Ike Ma-cey. professional and
instructor at the Biltmore Country
Club, and Thompson, who won the
Ashevillp Championship this week.
Howard Covington, of Asheville. is
in charge of the tournament.
FERRY INFANT BURIED -MONDAY
AT GREEN HILL
Mary Elizabeth Perry, four months
old infant of Mr. and Mrs- Cleveland
Perry was buried Monday monng
following services at the Catholic
The infant passed away Sunday
Mrs. Perry was the former Mjsb
EVANS FAMILY TO HAVE RE.
The seventh reunion of the Evans
family will be held Sundav, August
26th. 1934, at the James Evans old
home place about four miles south of
Canton. All relatives and interested
friends, are cordially invited to at
tend, and bring well filled baskets of
dinner so all may have plenty.
Mrs. Fletcher has returned to her
honv in Boston, Massachusetts, after
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Matney. and Mr, Matnev.
THURSDAY. A I'd' I "ST 16, 1934
Roy Carver Being
Sought On Charge
Of Abducting Girl
Irene Rogers, 1,5, Of Wood row
Section Missing I rom Home
Since Last Thursday
l.ate Wedne.-dav night Sheriff J
A. i.owe was working on "definite
clues" which lie hoped would bring
alout the rust of Hoy Carver, 2l,
who is charged with abducting Irene
K gel's, a l.'l-year l'lil girl, of the
Wondrow section ,ni hi"! Thursday.
The gaid left home -ia! nig t liat.
, slio wa.s going to a friend's hum,. ; .
."pond tile night. She did not go ;
tii,, f. lend'.- laaue. 1. .ter li, i niut In i
: 11 " Klli-n lloga i " swore out a wai
I. m: ch.ilgaig'- laniii with abduc
) Sin r. IV I. owe t
ul h .u In en ! an
ii n : . bii I ! ha ! i"
lea i r, d
IC a Wi ich' v ,
and u.a-. ,d 1 1 1 1
a wa- levied ii
W. Ms Forgf
Burk (! On -
I i ! i i . )iait I ,e ;ii . u i - - .Hi ;-, lanii--
- ii- , Ki ii;;. Ii . o-d VI ia . Ned, Wil
d i . ' r i nil.. Join i'li . di a . U I dial le ,
! died Hugh I; e.i.g u -iiii. -noi .:, ry pall
i In a i i i .- w ei i-:' ti.. r-himia. String
j liehi, ,1. :-;; llovd- .1. f eb b Ivlmer.
I'!i).-eii, Uiide Nol.ind, lir I'd M.
Dav:.- v, il. I ; v j -, (dind) iiiiiid,
lai vis l ani)ibell, 11. U . I . Kirkpav
II k lb Keevi- Ni dill l-i iili.i .lllllles
1 ' .1 V :
I- .- w. , gii.l- Ul M,:r,. -;. . M,
la-oii, M i s. Il'-nrv H.,v;-. Al i -. VI illiii'ii
Ferguson, .Mr.- .Miiii.ai K ii k pa! rack,
', .M .. J. II. lugmali, Ml-. Reeves- No.
, rand.Mrs 1.1am he -Aledloi.l, :ui, Mrs.
! l.i n'wood tii'ahl, all g i a ndda ugh tel
l luriiig tin' si iw ice at the cliurcii
M is. W. 1.. ' Matney organist, al the
I'l-rs t Methodist church, Udiy ne.sv ille,
was at . tile organ and Al i.-s Mildred
I i . a w lord a lid Mis. Fred .Martin -ren
dered Vocal sojoe.s.
I'r- .Ferguson was born August a,
lds-li;, a son of Roln'rt -Marion Fer
guson, who .-was a grandson of Kohiii
T'erguson, the first (if the name to
come to Haywood euunty. settling
in . the Rush F'ork section of what
wav afterwards Ciabtre,, township.
The -doctor graduated from the medi
cal department of Vanderbilt Uni
versity and located for the. practice
of his profession in the neighborhoi-j
where he was born and reared. Fo;
GO years, he was. the community doc
tor and friend of the people, retir
ing, about four years ago . because of
innrmaties of age.
bir. I'erguson ws for- vears a mer
chant as wel as a phvslcian. He
had a store near hi.- dwelling and
was the business . man of his neigh
borhood for many years He wa.s the;
last surviving member of his fath-i
er's family and his widow, who" wa.
Miss Clarisy Davis, is the last of her
Besides the widow, one daughter,
Mrs,. M. M. Nola.nd, and fuU.- sons,
J. C- r erguson, of avnesville; ..
V. Ferguson, of h inos reek ; H. C.
Ferguson, and T. W-.. Ferguson, botii
of Waynesville, survive I here are
2d grandchildren and l- great grand
chldren. Dr.; Ferguson was a .Confederate .
veteran and . served during the las:
two years of the war.
Jobie Redmond Dies
From Injuries I rid;iv
Jobie R. Redmond, 4S, of the Fines
Creek section of Haywood ciutrty-.-died
at 6 o'clock this morning e-f in
juries, received ,;in a friick' -accident.
near.1 Lake Junaluska Friday , after-,
The funeral services were, held at
the Redmond -cemetery on Fines Crc-kd
Sunday .afternoon at 2. o'clock v;ih
the Rev.. Thp'nias Krwdn . officiating-.
Nephews served as pailbearers .arid
nieces were rluwer gi.a -.
Surviving are, the widow, twd -ors,.
Steve an I J.uk. dnn ' , ' l!.
Mr a- ! Mi- Rolph P.i '. - f -J'''
ferson City, TennoftfC. arrived Sat
urday to visit the latter" sister, M.rs.
C. C". White, ..nd Mr... White;