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WAYNESVILLE, NOHTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, FEURl'ARY 28. 19:13
1 1 FROM W
State and Nation
i THEY MEAN "NO '
I a-iilllNUTON, D. C.-The depart-
f v-rkulture issued a new
f';.u,viin during the week entile-
l,'.i ,,,,! time no to requests
,-js. ine statement miu.
lee's the department have
it has no seeds or
t . ij either, ine irraws
! :n;,tu:i.,n "M abolished in 1923, but
V'1'". l..ii nnurine in.
rvv v r x
uisiIlViTON, D. C Mrs. Em-
-.veil Hlair 01 Jopim, wuio,
S" hL.m,.o-:itio National comnr.ttee,
H ,ppi.i;ed last week to the post
"chairman of the NRA Consumers'
Ijvmury Hoard, succeeding the late
N.'V ORK CITY. Having Tenth-
sold six paintings for $1,500,-
loO J. I". Morgan last weeK turneu
lin le oue.eu iur mc
fcnc acres i'H tne suuui w
hml Sound, lor wmcn ne pmu
r .nao ff vparj ae-o. There was
to official explanation but it was
f ..i .i,, Viio nuronse was to cet
i,Hr island holdings in more
W'd M AN WARDEN
'C-PWiTK. OKLA. Mrs. George A.
Waters.-T lie nations oniy woman
Ivanlen (it a Mien's prison, lost ner
b ),.t v..rk.. Thirty-two inmates
,f tin- Staio Reformatory at uramte,
i'kla. k i 1 ! 1 a guard and escaped and
lev, Mar!:nil announced that Airs.
iVater.- wvuM have to go. . hne said
..evii;iM not but the senate approved
he appoint moiu of Sheriff Fred Hunt
(KKI1 1 1 I LR AT THE AGE OF
.OR Mo NT". Ha.- John D. Rocke-.oliM-.
who used to be "Neighbor
ohn," to ail the folks of this little
own. is now living in deeper seclu
ion than Wilhelm at Doom. He is
i m il lute recluse. The !)6-year-ihl
founder of. one of the world's
greatest financial dynasties, sees and
Speaks to no one but his intimate re. -
itives and those who serve him.
MILLION TREES TO BE PLANTED
As-Hl-A 11.1 !: , It. Vins been announ
ced that earlv next week the federal
rte mant-mir nroirram under- the su-
trvifioii -of II. E. Ochsner, will "be
:n the planting of approximately
l.Him.uiH) trees in the Pisgah-Unaka
National finest' areas. These trees
Ml be p.anted on land formerly burnt
tivcr-hy torest fires. Nearly half of
IHe seedlings will be two year old
M M' !1 GAIN CHAIRMAN
U WHV.ION, I). C.Frank .ft.
.-.flcNinch,- who was first named to the
Jedeial power commission by the in
flue-nee of Senator Cameron Morri
a. is again re-elected chairman.
1 ' ie until July, 1939. He
a- fn.-t named when the commission
4na- it-organized in 1930 and five
.commissions- replaced three cabinet
M'Pl MFLLON AND HIS TAX-
I . ... Eg
' 1 1 H - l RG, A "huge amount"
f An ire w Mellon's $97,000,000 per
fonal toj-une is invested in taxi ree
-uritu s- and he never reported them
n hi.- income tax returns his cpnfi
cntial secretary testified this week
. thr investigation being conducted
"'t government. The charges
outh, by the government are that
-icii,.,n evaded payment of three tnil
'n J income tax.
TWO VII- RICAN GIRLS HEART
tp.ROMl ORD, England! Jane and
.M.zajt-.a IiuBois, only daughters of
' r i i Lois, American consul at
'"I'tl- lianif In konrl W or, oj.
uanu i.uiu a.ft ail
ir.ng over the English coun-1-
arewell letters written by
i e ealed that they were heart
er the death of their lovers
k illnH in o flaming. Ai-ni-li r9
t ne g.-, i
- . at x-.v force seaplane over Sicily.
j ?' .000 PRICE OF LIFE
TPxT0V( j.Gov. Harold G.
.yr , :.ar' "as received a letter from a
p L " ir veteran offering to take
tr ; v "aaptmann's place in the elec
f ' tv "t lf the condemned murderer
t I. V,nberSh babv Pay him
r- . ' He explained that he desired
la if m vl"de fr his family who
4 x 5 Jy i? existi"K n his $12
t, p re,lef allowance. The proced-
j " 'I't-rmissahle under the New
-,d8 the Governs
or stated in
s- -..Mig to the letter.
Sl MEIIRESIDENT HERE
l, pSES WAY IN AIKEN
V, ma"v friends of Mrs. I. O
!c-ronA1" ,re"?t to leam of her
lAiken " cSt Fnday at her home in
' - Known V , '"ouii, are
heThme e' W'here th have a
TVA Model Farms
Picked In County
Official Of TVA Will Speak At
Court House Here On
The Township Agricultural com
mittees have selected one farm in each
of eleven townships to be designated
as a Demonstration or Model farm
for that township. All of these farms
have been mapped and the farm own
ers are now planning the cropping
system he thinks i.s best adapted to
his farm and any neighboring farm.
The farms selected by townships are:
Waynesville, J. R. Medford.
Clyde, A. J. McCracken.
Pigeon, John Justice.
Beaverdam, Will Hipps.
Iron Duff, Joe Medford.
Crabtree, John Rogers.
White Oak, Ben Wright.
Fines Creek, Charles MeC:aiy.
Ivy Hill, A. D. Hunter.
Cecil, W. F. Hipps.
Zast Fork, I. R. Howell.
It is hoped that every farmer will
take a live interest in the demonstra
tion farm in his township; that he
will make it his business to know what
is being done there, how it is being
done, why it is being done so, and
what results are obtained. From
time to time he will be asked to meet
the county agents and specialists in
various fields at the farm for confer
ences, demonstrations, and discussions.
! This i.s a co-operative venture prima
rily with TVA sponsorship.
Mr. Lawless, of the TVA, is sched
uled to lead in a meeting here at the
court house Thursday, Ma-ch 7, at
10 A. M. The township committee
men and the owners of the demonstra
tion farms, with their wives, are nut
only invited and requested, but urged
to attend this meeting in order to
have this direct contact with the TVA
and inform themselves about, the" pro
gram. The publi .; is cordially .invited
Mrs J, R. Terrell
Funeral services wore conducted at
11 o'clock on Saturday morning Ht
Fincher's Chapel for Mrs. Jennie
Kirkpatrick Terrell, wife of J. Robert
Terrell, of the Hyder Mountain sec
tion of Crabtree, who died at her
home en Thursday night. Rev. W. M.
Robbins, pastor, who conducted thi.
services, was assisted by Rev. J. H
West, of Lake Juraluska, Rev. R. P.
McCracken, of Clyde, Rev. HighMl,
of Woodrow and Rev. Roberts. In
terment was in the cemetery adjoining
.Mrs. Ten ell was the daughter of
the late Taylor and Mrs. Rachel
Rogers Kirkpatrick and has a -.widd
family connection throughout the
county. She had been a member of
the Fincher's Chapel for many years
and took an active part in the affairs
of her community,
She is survived by her husbai.d,
four sons, Glenn, Hesse, and Arnold,
of Crabtree, and Hugh Terrell, Of
Canton, and the following brothers
and sisters: Mrs. Forest Feruson,
T. L. Kirkpatrick, and W. C. Kirk
patrick, of Crabtree, Mrs. Rachel
Patton and J. Handy Kirkpatrick, of
Canton, Airs. Mazie Ganey and Hiram
Kirkpatrick, of Fayetteville, Mrs.
Annie Allen, of Charlotte, and Mrs.
M. B. Reeves, of Morrjstown, Tenn.
SAVINGS HONDS ARE NOW
ON SALE IJY GOVERNMENT
Announcement Was made, yesterday
that the public now has access to
United States Savings. Bonds of the
"A" series The bonds are in five
denominations, $K, $50,:.$100, $u00,
The interest rate is about 2.9','c it
was said. The $25 series sells for
$18.75; the $50 series for $37.50;
and the $100 series tor $ io.
More detailed information may be ;
had from the post office,
MR. AND MRS. ft EE I). LEAVE .
;. The friends of Mr. and Mrs.: James,
V. Reed will be; glad to learn that.!
they have been able; to leave the Hay
wood County Hospital after spending ,
several Weeks there following an au"
tomobile accident while they were en :
Mute South. They have taken .an;
apartment in the Kirkpatrick Apart-j
ment House. Mr. Reed is up, but-
Mrs. Reed is still connnea to ner oeu
RETURNS FROM BUYING TRIP
Hugh Massie, buyer for Massie's
Department Store, has returned auei
spending sometime in St. Louis buy
ing merchandise for his firm. Mrs.
Massie accompanied him on the trip.
MR. LEE DAVIS ACCEPTS FOSI
Mr. Lee Davis left on Tuesday for
Wilmington, N. C, where he has ac
cepted a position with the Cia-.m De
partment of the Atlantic Coast Line
iRailway. Mr. Davis, who is a grad
uate of Duke University, has been
a member of the law firm "of Davis
and Davis for the past two years.
While at Duke University he was
prominent in athletic circles, having
served as captain of the famous Blue
1'iililiial cit)M-reiN ami li-ywla-lurr
VM--iaHi" liac ina.l.- a
iiuiiilH-r ( r.-,lii ii,iii a to (lu-
lute (f adjournment ,,f th.- in-N ut
esfum of the .viural --.-inlily.
Inn the lat.-M -ilo - (roni tin
f"ont is Iroin sia. r) . WaUo.
Mt'i laiy of siaie, pn-ttli-ts.
il will Ik- May tir-t lx-fon- tlu-St-naloiN
ami Kt'iircM-ntu.it' lo
parl fi-om Kaloltli.
I" luu'Wiiis up Mi. W'udo's Ix'lit f.
Itepresfiitatlte J. I. Ikillcy is
cnxlitttl ;il tlu- Matt-incut of
MstiaiiiK a ln-aiin- on a tfi-lain
hill until tlutt tlate.
Anil tin-re yni aiv.
Joshua Allison, 89,
Buried On Jonathan
Creek On Saturday
Well Known Farmer And Stock
Raiser Was One Of lion
eers Of County
Funeral sn vices were held at 2
o'clock Satutday ultenioon at Wk'
bellwood Methodist il.urih IV: Joshua
Henry Allison, Sil, Confederate.- vet
eran, who died at 2 o'clock a. m. at
the home of hU daughter, Mrs. V. ft.
Evans, mi JonaMia'-'s ( I ek on Feb
ruary the "2nd. Rev. A. B. Brut on,
pastor of the church, assisted by Rev.
T. S. Roten, a forme,- pastor, con
ducted the services. Interment was
in the .Allison family b'iral grounds
on Je'iatha,,' . Creek.
Mr. Allison was bun in 'Jonathan's
Creek o-i .March the 2, IMf,, ami
.vould have been ninety years old next
month. He Was the -son' of Daniel
and I.Ucinua Henry Allison und l:ad
resided all h,s life in llavwood whore
he has been known i0 hunu eos of
friends fo. years, as "I'nele ,'uh "
As a vet. rails l tne War HetWi'en
the -'Sta.es. his Vxp riences w ith Kirk's
men make an interesting page of ; (lie
cojnty's history: . He was a well
know and successful farmer- and sto.-k
raiser and was one of the i -ogni.cd
leaders of th. county.
The' pallbearers weie his nian lsoi.s
as follows: Dock Allis.ai, 'Hugh 'Al
lison. Ed Allison, Jack Al'ison, Her
bert Rice and Lee Evans.
In 1871 iie was married to Miss
Martha Leatherwood, who died; some
yeaii ago. Surviving are the follow
ing children: two sons, William E.
and Charles R. Allison, of Waynesville
and five daughters: Mrs Ervvin Reno,
of Catitoii, Mrs. V R. Evans, Mrs. M,
S. Howell, Mrs. Jessie Caldwell, and
M's. L. W. Hall, all nf Waynesville, a
brother, M. 11. A"ison and a large
num'oer ci' grandchildren.
Last Rites Held
For Mrs Harris
Funeral services w-'re held on Sat
urday afternoon at 2 oVI -k from the
Baptist chuieh. with the pastor, Rev.
H. W. Baucom, olliciating, for Mrs.
Ellen Cowiird Harris, 07 who paid
away at he home here on Friday.
Burial was in Green Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Harris was born in 'lay-ood
county near Waynesville ami was the
daughter -of Mrs Emma J. Cc'ward, of
Jackson county, who will be one hun
dred years old in June anil the late
William H. t oward. She was tne
Widow of the late. Albert H. Harris. .
Active pall'earer.s were: G rover C,
Davis, W. G. liyers, M. T, McCracken,
James Atkins, M. M, NolanC, atio. K.
J. Hvatt. Honorary pallbearers were
as follows: W. T. Sbelton, C. 11. Kay,
Jr., J. Wilford Ray, Edward Galvien,
John Boyo, J. C. Welch, W. T. l.ee,
Claude Ilowell, Clinton Howell, Dr.
Sam Stringfield, R. H. Blackwell, S.
H. Bushnell, J. Harden Howell, W. a.
Bradley, L. N. Davis, John L. Davis,
W. A. Hyatt, Dr. W. H. Liner, and
J. R. Boyd.
Mrs. : Harris is surviveel by her
mother, and the following children:
Mrs. Shuford Howell, Mrs. iuinoe
Poteat, W. L. Harris, Rufus -Harris,"
and .Albert Harris, Jr., of Wavnc- vilio,
Mrs. WV P. Hill, of Tampa, lla., Mrs.
ft, C. Hunt, of Miami, Fl;... Mi.. ''.
H: Lima and Mrs. Charles - Schrang,
of San . Francisco, Cal., ten grand
children and two great .grandchildren-.
MISSIONARY ZONE MEETING TO
BE HELD :
-A meeting of the organizations of
this zone of : the Methodist church
will be held on Tuesday, ..March the
5th. at. the Methodist church with Mrs.
Bobbie Howell, of Jonathan's Creek,
.1 president, presiding. The z-ine com
prises societies of HaywiK! and part
of Jackson counties.
'. Rev. Paul Hardin, Jr., will have
charge of the devotion;,! features of
the program and Mrs. W. A. Hyatt,
president of the local group, w'l
deliver the address of welcome. Oth
ers on the program will be Mrs, F. E.
Branson, of Canton, secretary - of ;-the
Waynesville district, ai l leaders from
At nnnn thp dcWates Will be the
guests for luncheon of the members
of the W'oman's Auxiliary of the
MAN AND STILL CAUGHT ...
,Roy Reece, federal revenue officer,
and Deputv Constable John Kerley,
captured a 35-galIon still and arrested
a man at Sunburst Sunday.
ICounty Would Get
Kel und Of $45,000
If Bill Is Passed
Highway Commission Would Re
pay Value Of County Roads
At Time Statt Took Over
If the- biil that was intr- dined in
the house several days ago can get
hrough the senate 'after the com
tii tee hearing this afternoon at 2:o0
o'cUnk, it will mean that Haywood
county will receive $4,'i,'.l72.-l 1 from
the stale 'highway commission lor
which amount was the value of coun
t roads when the state iook them
The bill as introduced would re
fund '.he forty four iinil'ties for the
value of the r-uds. The other tifty--ix
counties have nl:-c;.,ly been paid,
it was said. The total no.v due the
forty-four count ies is IS.-TH.l.-iO ."0,
the bill set forth.
The county also let the hiirhwav
eom -.iission have $150,000 when it was
set up several years ago, luit this
has been repaid,
The payment of the $4.r,000 to the
aunty would cxten l over a period of
1,000 Hear Henrv
A. Wallace Talk
On Farm Problems
Secretary 01' Agriculture Praises
Religious l.ilo In Western
IVm i .liing W.estei n Morth C.a-ulina
as 'an ar it unliai t 1 - "inatci.ial eaji
itali- n ,' S ei i tarj lirnry ,", Wallace
in an -n. dress in A-iu vd e predicted
th:-t ..he. way of li i'e a nd t Funking of
ihe people nf this section.. might have
a profound effect upo" the -vs.t of-the
nation in a religion.- way.
The :.ei let.-iry of agiirultuie was ; n I -dif-.sing
an aiidienee of aiioi.t 1,0'K
at the annual Lord' Acre movement
'meeting. The .Movement calls upon
each .farmer to plant an acre for re
igiou.s and eh. ritalde purposes.
Fai iiiei's in this s"ction of the coun
try, Secretary' Wallace said, are the
poorest in the ii.ttior from the stand
point of material - .vealtl: but are an
usually rich in "wliat we teriii. as lift."
"The alsen'e uf 'material wealth',"
he added; "r'ay jn: ke tlRtn even richer
Profoundly moving religious activ
ities. Fe continued, always Mini their
base wheie the material wealth is
"The people ol the cities and licit
fa-iit lands come .to 'have ' faith that
has rophu-ril religion. They havt
bui't up false reliiriors faiths, of tFieii;
own anil ' these aiv hound to come
to sail end.
"The chui vh, especially in the cities,,
lias tended to say to its peoi)e : ' I loii'i
bring tilings; gr ( us , money and w.c
will .'divide it as 'we sie lit.'
"The l.o. il's. Acre plan tends to
carry 'us . back'-; to. the pre capiialistit
Passed Away Thurs.
; Funeral services were held for Mrs.
Gi-ovor (': Swayngini, -17, oil ''Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the. 'Pleas'
ant Halsam Baptist Church with Rev.
J ..M. Woodard ofliciating. Interment
was in the (ireenhill cemetery.
Mrs. Swayngini passed away on
Thursday after an extended illness,
having been, confined to her bed at
her home near Balsam, for the past
three years. Before her marriage she
was M iss. Fannie Frady of the Francis
Cove section. She Was an active mem
ber of the Pleasant Balsam church
prior to her illness.
. She is survived by her husband, and
nine chili. n-n as follows: .Mis. Robert
M.-E!.roy Of Allen's Creek, Edith, Wal
do, Fred, Robert,.' Ray, Clyde, Harry,
and Delmas, and'. by four brothers; and
cine sister. ' 1
FINDS "HAND " AMQN(;
PILE OF CORN t'OIlS
I). P. Jaynes, of Waynesvillei Route
two, has. found a most uttsual ebb
in his corn ; crib. The cob forms a
perfect hand, with all five ifingers
plainly visible. Even the Wrist tapers
down in proportion to the 'size of the
fingers and "arm."
Mr. Jaynes plans to give the
"freak'' In Mr. Willmrn for the park
NEW POSTMASTER AT CLYDE
The postoffice department in Wash
ington, D. C, has recently announced
the appointment of Grover C. Haynes
as acting postmaster of Clyoe. He
succeeds Jack Sentelle, who has served
in that capacity for the past four
years.' : . ;
DR. J. C, OWEN TO SPEAK
Dr. J. C. Owen, leader of the Dry
Movement, will speak at the Hazel
wood Baptist church Friday evening
at 7:30. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
Still In The Senate
It wa.s learned linv edne-,pi
afteritiHin from eliw friend- of
lt ini-senialtxe ,1. T. Ibtiley that
I lie lull o ln i-ea-e the Imi.hi' ol
tiiiiiiM--toneis fi-om tlmv to lie
nu'iiilM'i-h would likely Ik- carried
In-fore the senate itn lirt of licit
TlutM who haw Ihh'ii in close
contact with Mr. llailry slate that
the hoard will Im InerxMlsed to
lie ineinlx-rs at proent under
(he hill now in the senate and
that a ii-olslon tM- made in
the hill lo Increase the ninnher
to M'ten al Ihi' uel eliM-tiou Ihe
menihers Mould Ik' elcried from
the ioMsed distriei plan, it was
Secral lne lH--n ment ioncd
for the place of . II Mr ra ken
luit neither Mr. Iladei nor his
adlxns heiv would make his
hoiee politic. It hiks Imvii inti
t iatiil thai a a n- die mail
ulll trei ih- post
Funds Set Aside
For Parkway Being
Used For Relief
Anotjier Appropriation For Re
lief Necessary llelore Funds
Will 15o Available For
New s i onime; from .Washington indicate-
'hat much concern is being
given ovci the I'act that lie !f Id, IIOO,
Odd allocated lor building, the srcinc
parkway between 'the Slicndandoali
and (Ileal Smoky Mountains National
I'aik is lieinj' .i.-cd tin icliel work.
S-iii-e the admniist ation's $l.ssll.
0011,000 work icliel". is heine held up
in t'oni:i'ess friends o'' the I'arkway
project ,ii .- -.miii-. i .in: nisi w hat e i
I'e, t the laiiure of ('ongies- to j a-.s
ilio Woll.. ..-Hef lull would hae. on
the l'ai:k ay. It Is cer'ain that a
ri la f inea. l.ie will l.iaxe lo pass In
fore another $Hi,,Oll,0o will be avail
aide for the r."ikwny project.
It was also learned hen- tli.it -one
ollici.,1- in W'asliit'gloii ha.e not Ini-n
us "e,tbusia.sl.ic and eacei ' to get
the woik underway as North ( am
linians woiild like. Several tiip
from this section have 'ucn inade to
Wasliinglon ill t'ie -.ojie uf 'elting
mat to.', running siuothly,
Some close oh-ei vers lie concerned
over the iikmi'ici in uheh the two
North ('aiolina Senator- 'are cotntj-..
Ii- the ma jotny id' eases the I wo Ta
I lei Is rlix lle t ben i U-. MlhoUg.li
'lennes.-ee lo-t tile Parkway d--i t. ion
of Secielary Ham lil I,, li ke-, the
senalol's from Tenio'ssee aie in one
accord w,:lh the administration.
()-: of North ( '-.lioliiia's .-enators
even voted against the work relief
bill which would provide the fund.'
ticcos.sary for bui'iling the Parkway,
Boyd And Osborne
At the annual meeting id' the stock
holder.- ol the Farmers l-'ede ation.
In Id in the court Fiiiuse at Asheville,
February .'1, R. I . 'Boyd, RoiiH 2,
Waynesville, and II. A. O.-boine, ( an
ton, were elected directors- of th
Farmers Fodeiation, Inc. At this
meeting two' directors were elected
from each of the seven counties m
Whiclitlie rarmers I-ederat ion ;s op
erating, and si'Ven directors at la-ge.
Herir-y I-'rancis, Route U, Waynesville,
was electi'd .one of the dire-tofs at
large. This gives the Farmers Fed
eration the benefit of the advice .of
tint leading , farmers in each county,
and President McClure reports that
the company is now in position to lit-
of greater service to farmers of West
ern North Carolina than ever before.
Poteat Is Winner
Of D. A. K. Medal
The 27th annual 'declamation con
test for the buys of the Waynesviiie
Townr-hip High School was- held on
Friday morning in the high-school au
ditorium by the: . Dorcas - Bell Live
Chapter . of the Daughters of the
American .Revolution. Mrs. J. Harden
Howell, regent, presided and Mrs. W.
F. Swift, chairman of patriotic edu
cation, of the chapter had charge of
the program. Mrs. J. Howell Way
presented the medal, which was won
by -Lester'-'. Poteat. member of the
sophomore .class; with Eugene Francis,
of the senior class, winning second
A short program was given prior to
the contest. The Star Spangled Ban
ner was sung by the school, and the
invocation was given by Dr. R. P.
Walker. A salute to the Flag by the
school and a number by the glee club
were also given.
The following boys deliverer de
clamations: - Lester Poteat, James
Leaiherwood, James Palmer, Joe
DavisGerald Rathbone, Eugene
Francis, Gordon Hendricks, Freder
ick Nichols, and David Stentz.
Mr. and Mrs(t James W. Killian were
among those who motored to Afhe
ville on Friday.
Plan To Have A
Hih Fence, Live Stock Fens and
Frobahly Kx.hihit Ruildins
Will He Huilt For 1 9.M Fair
Elaborate plans arc heing worked
out by the directors of the Haywood
County Fair Association for the sec
ond annual fair to be held here next
tall. Die directors in executive ses
sion on Monday afternoon made def
inite plans to hold the fair, and dis
cussed al length some of the dotaiLs.
A spot ia. committee reported on
their findings as to a location for the
fair. Seveial sites arc under consid
eration, but no definite action has
been taken to date, except that l'"e -idetit
T. L. Green, was authorize.,
draw an notion and lease for a t
that met with the approval of th..
Due of the improvements Uk direc
tors plan to make is to have a high
wooden fence around the fairgrounds,
and build wooden pens for the live
stock. Tin re is also a possibility of
building a wooden exhibit building.
W. D. Smith, .scciotaiy-treasure of
the association, reported that ther
was in the ti.-asu.-y and the as
sociation, owned about $,ri() worth of
liiinU-r which was sal caged from last
The directors went into detail alxiut
entertainment, and it was decided
That the association would do their
own advertising this year and handle
all ..iiblicit y ; and nov and all enter
tain tin i, l s ie. ought lie. e would. 'be un
der the jurisdiction of the fair asso
ciation. The -cut i nieiit of those present Was
that tin- fair would be solely for the
;uii po-c of ciicnr aging nod promot
in;-- :i " i ieti 1 1 ure and live . stock raising
ill t be count y.
It was j.l.-o dec di d to -,i.e eeiy
detail of the fti.- workid out this
yetir -hy coinii'it lees, and several ii"W
ilne t'O. were added. The coinple'.e
li-t id diiedor- i I 'he lair associ.i
i ion i- a- I .illuw :
T. I., i.i.e.-ii, I'n -idi nt , ( has. Mc
Ciiiry, Fn.-t ice I're.-iilent ; ,Medt,.:d
I eat In-i wood Secniiil Vice ,1'ri side lit ;
W. D. Sniilli, Secretary ''nd Treasui'
er; l'. lin ves Nob nd, K, T. Went.,
W. T. Sbelton, rianson Medford, J. 11.
Howell, M. D. Alloy, Tom Fee, Jr., W.
A. .Bradley, James. Henderson, Fred
I'lden, (ilenii Palmer, Forest Justice
I'l.rniiiii Noland, T. II. Rogers, I), J,
Boyd, lien i ipld, Mrs. ', 1.. Mann
Mi.-. L. R. Noland, and Mrs. i'uul
Bethel Boys Win In
Seed Judging Contest
The buys liom tin- Bethel Chapter
of Voiing Tar Heel Farmers of Amer
ica won tic seed judging and seed
identification contest held in A.-ho
villi-, Saturday, February 2'i.
'I tie lie! Fiel team w as composed of
Hill Hyat t, Steve t 'at hey, and (iieiin
Chambers. ( hambers was decltired
the "Grand .Champion" of the contest,
having -scored tin- highest, individual
si i ie on both 'phases of the conte.-t.
He in.nle tin- highest .-.ore nil record
iii judging .-r-ed's. Bill Hyatt was iirsl
in .-'ed ident i lira I ion, and Steve
Calbey .-inked third in total scores,
while Hyatt stood fourth.
The Waynesville team, composed of
l-.iigeiii- J". a mi-, (iarrett Reeves, and
John .Chambers. won litst place itf seed
Twenty two teams from Western
North Carolina competed in the con
test wdiii h is sponsored each year by
the teachers of agriculture and the
l-'a rtiiers Federal ion.
A large, silver trophy is given the
scFiool having the team that wins for
three years. The team from Bryson
City won last year. I. A. McLean,
agriculture teacher at Behel, coached
the team. L'ist year he was coach
at Bryson City.
Many prizess other than the .-up
were awarded the winners. W. H.
Darst. head of the department of ag
riculture at State. College, was . in
charge of . the- contest.
I Cancer Specialist
I o Speak Here Soon
Dr. W. I). James, cancer Specialist,
will lecture at the court house hrre
March Ittth, at .7:30, it was announced
yesterday by Mrs. Homer Henry,.'
chairman of the health committee of
the Woman's Club.
Dr. James is coming here at the
request of Dr. C. N. Sisk. district
health officer, who is co-operating w i'h
the club in having the lecture open
for the public. (
Officials of the club and others are
making a special effort to have a
large attendance at the lecture.
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