(he Bet Advertising Medium In Haywood County Published At The Eastern Entrance f The t.reat Smoky Mountains National I'ark Read l.y Thinking IV.-se
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
IHI RSDAY, MAY 2, 1935
Novelty Inlaid Wood Plant
To Increase Production
lotthrd Hy A. M. Steely, Mov-
In Two neeits i"
1 arjrer Quarters
lis-, the Smoky Moun
formerly Walls Novel
. into their new large
hw.iy Nv, l't near the
intry Chili, it was an
v Walls, manager of
i.y is now owned l.y A. M.
'illi.unshurg, iy., ami u
,, insi..ll about fif'y per
a 1 modern machinery
:!,. increase .ia business.
. i tii i v wiil enable the
, , up production, ar.it
Mr. W alls. "Onl Ts. are
,, l ister than ill livery
T.ie arders art coming
- t . i . Where we for
; Thi fi.st of June we
. ' h iftx'cl ince the first
t MX '"
ft..1, in:. ;
1 i . . .
- A I
l' is being
t with the
present the goods
to all parts of the
!-. ml that a number of
1 i. civen work when the
Hies its new quarters, but
,., f how many additional
n,.. y d. At present there
kitm full time in the plant.
, ..,i ; y manufactures inlaid
wl'.ies, with book ends,
! '- .I .-.ste'liuskefs . leading the
j- K.irlit .iiiiereni RiiiuH ui huuu
um.Y ..p. the manufacture of the
t,r.r..-'.r .',. son of the owner,
lie nv-.istuRt to 'Mr. .Walls in the
i f iSe enlargement of
Walir. stated that the
enioyin,; the best biisi
' years combined, and
k is the brightest in
riii's. The demand for
increasing each year,
1 .! K;it
l-kn.'.. M '
hn is i.
- in' any thr.
lllliij l' cf yr
il I", "..i. I-
r. W.t:;- -
nts- i.n ,t '
r.-.'s fur tin
!.e s.m uf the man
he I in . and has, three
lie has been in the
past fifteen years.
onference To Meet
In City Next Week
i is: rift. Conference
s: I -l'i- er.p.ii Church,
i'M. here on Tuesday
f i . - t yrek. The Rev.
'i-'.-si.linjr elder of the
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ilade to take care of
U s ,vh'i will come
1" district which
o .lie state line,
il! . .begin at two
t be seventh, and
i-r.c next afternoon.
ii (i s-, church here,
-"t.f'i'rsnce is taften
' ''!; i ... iness mattcis and
i - :r iiiye'r.o.iun- is -offered
.- ' ' t i ts froni t ho pas--.1:
Vm inhlresses from
who" usually attend,
'ijiuk; jiastor of. the
'nr::: '''ir vri, will preach
n "in si; .y evening, and
H i ' -..1..;!. of Brevard,
' tiie -inie Wednesday
1 ii n
' H.: !;.i-Hy:;.-
h ai the n.on. hiinr
x s.tieiul invitation
' -nu ni n.v ses
iii..iel frc.r i'he iocal
'.'v,'(st follows: Hugh
' i-;rr..:st '.Vithrf,i
.'n.ickwell arid J.
PS Students Win
SJ"? I " Recent
f,ate Music Contest
. '"' r...i-!n
H Pot Ant 1 -.4.
Irh Z School M 'i"!
h Th v Ll Greepsboro last
"s wj v.t contest.
KP!ac7 " " they
T".; c i. Hitir nice-.
("-r.s;,r.;' ayn"viUe, and
Hi.,;. " ,c,r e
Lrnon f- - u...vc mere
. e more
. urnie aj , - '"we man
Vl I"!. Attend-
Road To CCC Gamps
From Cove Creek
Is Given Approval
Major 1'.. It. Maynard. Di-uict
Surgfoii. of Fort Orgli'thoi'i) anil
Captain .bdin (). Ijih rencc. lis
trlct ( oininandcr of Fort rgl-lh..iM-
made a finul iiispt-ction
during the ivk and approvel the
road from Cove ( reck into the
CCC Camps at Cataloocliee. An
advance detachiiicnt coiiixscd of
one oflu'er and one foreman vtith
20 mi'ii ('lull will move into the
site of the Cataloocheo Camp on
Tucs-diiy and prepare the camp fur
the t nupanv of two hiindrel men
Who will Im' sent next month. This
miinlM'i- will also he sent to the
Hlack iap ('amp. whicH since its
use last summer, is ready fur
SUNDAY, MAY 19
Rev. John K. Williams Returns
To Waynesville For Second
Revival In Two Years
Site For $250,000
so, nil. iitnr in ;w i Vint
lohn 1 1 W.IIi.ims. evanci
onduct the revival s. i vi. t
:it the l'resbyteriaii ihuii h bfie b(
ginning Sunday, Ma; U'th. and cot
tinning through Sunday, May l'nh
Kev. . .Mr. Williams was here 'tw
years :igo this nmnth. nnl !'..r ten da
preached to. ;i pm kt.,1 hnisi . In- 1
f. Walker, pastor uf the church
pressed hiins. If l.y stiitim;. "tljnt M
the greatest 'meeting and thy bct
stilts in many years :n this church
I lie visiting ev ingt liM Ir.s tin
tatinli uf being the i
in the Southern I'r
today. lie has a
i nd brings practical
Ir. Walk, r s
biniself fortunate i
secure Kev, Mr. Will
week, illusion, h ,
mand all over lie .
I that he colisi,). i.
1 . heillg
1 '.;;;:V'RlS ''N-'K' ' "
Nine Candidates Enter
Race In City Election
1 1 : . .nn i:. 11.1 1 m.
72 RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AS
Souffhtin Count) iLQCAL SCHOOLS FINISH A
SUCCESSFUL 1934-35 TERM
Governor .1. ('. 1 ".. 1 ;hri n. 1m un has
named a ojiiimittec to sohat , site
for the J'Jfid.d'to tuberculosis sanator
ium which is to be located in the
western par' of the state. A mini be
ef communities are working hard in
trying to induce the committee to
select sites near their respective towr.-x,
Sevral weks ago a committee was
named to niake recommendations to
the state groii) as to locations in Hay
wood County. The connnittee for the
county is composed of Dr. V. H. Duck
ett, or Canton, Frank W. Miller and
L. N. Davis, A'ayneHville.
The requirements for the site )u
about 1 nft acres of reasonable level
land, near a highway and raih o tl.
Lights, water and sewer facilities must
be available, and the price of the
property must be reasonal le.
It has been stated that approximate
ly $100,000 would be expended an
nually for iiiaintainetice of the insti
tution when opened.
Officials of the Chamber of Coin
merce, through I 'resident Chas. K. Kay
announced that any suggeHtions its o
the location of (he sanatorium in the
county would he appreciated. The
general committee working on the pro
ject together with the th'-ee named
above inelnd". Dr. C. N. Sisk, Dr. R.
JI. Stretcher, W, T, Shelton of Way
nesville and W. It. I'rutp .'mil D H.
Mrs. II. W. Woodward
Passed Away Early
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Minis Wood
ward, wife of H. W. Woodward, of
Waynesville and Colunib.a, S. C,
passed away at 7 o'clock in W'dncs
day morning at the Citarvle'w.-. Sana
torium' in Davenport, Iowa, where she
was a patient. Though Mrs, Wood
ward had been ill for the past 'our'
years her - death- was unexpected at
this time. '
Mrs. Woodward was born in Clear
endon, S. C. Sue was married on
January 14, liM.0, to V. H. '.Voovi
ward. They resided in t'olun.bia and
have been spending the . unmieis here
since 1916, when they purchased the
(Surviving arc her , h'tsband, one
son, Robert Wooawar ', of Columbia
three sisters: Mrs. I. E. Grifiir. of
Hendersonville: Mis, Minnie T. Gol-t
litis, of Columbia; ;nd Mrs. Charles
Thoma, of Miami, Ela one broths:
I. E. Minis, of St. George, S. C, two
nieces. Mrs. Marguerite Barron, and
Mt.v C. E, Hamilti :1, of Philadelphia,
and three Xenhews, John Griggs, of
Hendersonville. RoS .V'nis, of
Florence, S. C. , and Alvin Mints,
of Sumter, S. C.
Fureral arrangements hav" not
teen completed, but interment will be
in the family cemetery neat- Man
ning, S. C. v;
A&P Store Here Gets
New Goat Of Paint
The entire store occupied by the
A&P Tea Company on Main Street
here has been repa:nted, both inside
Homer Owen, manager, stated that
work would soon bein on painting all
the fixtures. Two-tone green will be
used which will give a "cool atmos
phere" to the entire store.
RAMP CONVENTION SET
FOR SUNDAY, MAY FIFTH
Tuesday marked the close of the
1M4-35 school ytar of the city
schools, with seventy-two receiving
diplomas. This being the largest'
class ever to graduate from the local
high school. Besides being the larg-j
est giaduating tlass': the school iu-
thorities reported the best school
year . . .j
Judge Felix E. Alley was the
speaker for the graduation exercises,'
and spoke on the "Hour of Oppor-i
tunity' His message was timely,'
and well expressed and ..undoubtedly)
made a Jeep impression on the grad-'
uates as well as the large audience
which packed the house to capacity.'
At the closing exercises Tuesday
night several awards weie made.1;
Miss Mary Willie Rotha delivered the
valedictorian add'ess, an.i Miss Mary
Medford the Salutatory address.
The I). A. R. Citizenship medals
were award by Mrs. W. F, Swift to
Lachlan Hyatt and Mary Wii.ie
The Rotary awuid, which was a
beautiful waf.ih. was presented by,
Ir. K; H. Stretchi r, piesidt-nt of
the club, to Miss Martna Wa;., for'
having the distinction of being thej
best all-roun.i student in school.. ,
Superintendent M H. Iiowles lire
f rnttsl Lester Poteat an 1 Barbara
Brandt with medals as winner's', in.'
the recent ilecc'amation and iicita-'
ton contests. .They were declared
wi'inci's o' the Haywood contests. j
Mary 1'enland McCracken and Ed-;
win Poteat were recognized -for. the,
h nor they, recently won in the state-1
wide music r-ontest :n Greensboro. I
Mai-jorie J-'lott graduated with a
rcord of eleven yehrs: perfect at
tendance, being neithei :iisen' nor
tn -(ly during ? ei ehtiie school life,
. The comniencet 'ent Sunday night
sermon was (lei.ivcrcd by the Kev..
I'.r .ii.iu A. Jones, pastor of the
Fir t INp'ist churcfi in iieo.l. i s n
Thp shaker's thought being to j
go out into the world and makv it a
better place to live and not fall into
the usual anil easy ' . trends of the
world ''as id is today. .
The class day exercises of Mon
day were both unusual and interest
ing. The theme being the rainbow
The senior class play on Friday
night was well received bv a packed
house, The play was under, the di
rection of .Miss Betsey Lane . Quin
tans After- the performJim i Mrs.
S. P .Gay presented V'"ss .. Franco
Howell with the Woman's , Club
award for the best acting in the play.
Miss Myra .' Phillips . and William
Turner received 1 movable .mention-.
MM)V s IKMII. Ml I Tl;
The Haywood l:.:i-r' Sund.-iy School.
Association will nieej with the T'anther
Creek congregati n at two thirty on
Sunday aft'-rno. n '..for--; the regiil.".r
r nthly m etinc. .
I, Hy M. 11, BOWLES)
I wih to lake this opportunity to
thank every otic who has in "any 'way
cont-ibuted to', he school progs am in
Way nnesville Township during the
school yea,- Hi:U-;i,V 1 feel that we
haw had a successfu' year in spite
of crowded conditions iitid la-'k of
funds for instrnctior'al niaterial. Ad
ditional room space properly
nd better library and classroom ma-
Uiiai must be our goal for the com
ing .school year it the schools lire to
operate clhck ntlv
TL 1 , , . . ,
i ne elementary sciloois in the tlis
t ritt ha e -enrolled .upils in
comparisi'ii with '.'272 for 'he school
year 1 .').;.-a gain of 42 elementary
pupils over lat-t yea,)'. The hgh
i-cnooi .- enrolled -loi pupil" last year
and has enrolled al.'i tor the. school
yei.r just ended, V.KU-'Jh, a gain .'of (12
pupils over last car's enrolment.
The above tiguri's for he past
several yea is -how a sUadv gain in
the; iiuinticr of ciiildrcii ( nroLcd in
the public ..schools' of . the district. It
is the aim of schiKil otliciar -. to otrer
equal educational advantages to all
children. .To ai.omplish this aim,
room .-splice, must lirst be provided
and then the schn ,1 program inust
lie broadened so as to reach cvi.'y
eh '.Id of scfiool age and to train every
talent ..represented in the children of
this district and county. It is im
possible for, all of our. )ii,i's and ijirls
to attend college. The ''majority of
each grad. Kit ing ;las's goes ii.,ine
diatcly into the busir j-s channel of
bur column, lity and count .v. These
young .people., r-h'Hl!d he able K, get
training in the public high . school
for e';eiy trade or vocation practised.
this si ct lot i of Hie country. 1 ntil
tliis training is oll'ired the . public
high- school is, not meet ing the needs
of ail children.
The . faculty of Waynesville t i '
trict is deeply, appreciative of the
support -given bv -parents and school
friends in the school program foj
school vcar l!KM-35.
Work On City Park
Is Being Pushed
Work got under way on the
t'iiy pack on I ji-t Slnt't M..iida
inoining. ami ai proem uImiiii -o
nu n arc bu-.il eiigageil in getting
the ground in liapc lor the lull
rtviv uf aliout 40 men vdm uMI he
given work M mila;, . iiminl ng lo
Om'III' I.. Iti'lgg-, V 1 14 is ill It.ll'gC
of the work.
I'he work K lieing don illi
I'cliel' liilMtr. and ecil i hiKi-,aiiil-of
dollar-, he v. 1 1 ; oil the
inojcit. In. luileil ill Hie im, -iiicnls.
and e-lahlishiiiiiil nl an
Ideal paik will In' u wilding m h I .
est room-, drinking Ion main-.
Inii'Ihiih' liii'iia.e. Ilnwer-. giii-.-.
and ail outdoor ihealitv
Mr llriggs -laled llial It wniilil
lake approximately lilt la- lo
mmpleio llie rojcl.
Steps Are Taken To
Ke-()pen Library Hy
Officials Of Town
Itoard of Managers Namt'd For
The Library Hy Mayor and
Hoard. -.To Opvn Soon
Way And Crawford Out For
Major. Seven Candidates
Seeking Place On Hoard
Mori, fuel has been licimcil upon
the the under the political pot, as
t he last minute for tiling by candi
dates in the city ilection brought the
number to only 2 for mayor and 7
for places on the board of aldermen.
This is about a third less than two
.1, II. W;.y and Walter T. Crawfoid
:: e seeking the oll'ue of mayor, and
according to nolitic.-ii observers
c'titc-! will be bard fought.
' !ra !i! :
l!tl '!',. t
pi'e-i nt member- id'
II. Jones and W L. Ii
e -eek ing r - elect ion .
t he bo. 1 1 ii and live ot hers,
ic.l V. M. N'ohitid. T. I..
W. II. Liner, O. S.
a '.. hn-
licr !; -t
VI II i ,
Federal funds may be available to
help in the operation of the Waynes
ville Library ;ind in -order to make
this fund available the mayor and
boarii of', aldermen have taken steps
with thfl' Aaynesville Library Asso
ciation for the leasing of the Wnyiies-
j ville Library building ami library to
the Tcwn of Waynesville for a nomi-
located "al rental, under which - arrange.
ments the library wnl soon be opened ,
again for tl e ue of the public. j
Ibis institution has been a gnat
asset to the Town of Waynesville and
the people ha"p greatly niis.-ert it
during the few months that the li
brary mis been closed ,uv t lie pen
pie will rejoice at Ihe prospect of
the reopening of the library.
ffhe mayor and boar'.; of aldy
nicn have appointed a- a board of
managers for the library the follow
ing person., who will complete the
plans fill' opening the 'library- and
have clui'-ge of it s management under
the t: ncivision of the inavor and
hoard of aldermen: Mr. M, H.
Bowles. Mrs. T. L. (Iwyn, Miss Marv
A. Barber, Dr. S. P. Gay, Miss Mar i
th;i Mock, Miss (liace Bowles, and I
Mr Win. Mcdfotd. !
200 In Motorcade
Made Brief Stop
Here Last Saturdav
kc! this year is about
. I ban the total lium
when three sought, the
. and nine aldernien.
B. 'Atkinson made the
ollicial statement yesterday that with
the ratification of Representative
Bailey's law Monday which abol
ished absentee votes in Haywood and
the towns therein, that there would
not be any absentee ballots in the
city election which will be held May
(Thus fur, there has been little
campaigning by the candidates, al
though it was not until Saturday
that the final list of candidates was
known. Several who had expected
to lie in the race failed to file.
The voting ulace will lie
held at the court house as usual. R.
M. Leathei'wood has been named reg
istrar anil W. ,L Campbell at tl Henry
To Have Over Two
a mile froir.
'on Id rightly
Km" in this
t o seek such .
I'. I. York, who live:
Bethel High ;, School,
c'aim the title of "Plant
sect ion i f be would , a re
a title; -
This year M r. -. Vol k will hove i-vcr
two .million plants grown-tin ihs farm;
Me has contracted with the TVA olli
cials to grow them a million tomato
plant-, and for commercial use he
will grow about a million of miscel
laneous plants he said.
Sonic -1(1,(11)0 square feet of splice
is required to grow a million tomato
plants. If. the beds were six feet
wide, -they would. extend a niile and
a quarter long.
Mi. York i- inakii g nlan- for -n-Iviring
his plant growing farm this
;i machine with which
I.OCAF- I'EOPLK TO HK
ON K A 1)10 PK()(iK.M i
Over 2IKI citizens wcie in the ino
t.or'a(le which stopped ; ill , jiViii -vilie
a . few minutes Saturday after- j
noon eli route from Chattanooga, to,
Ashevilh-, There were, over forty'
cars a'rid a Large''. bus rcotitalning -I!'.- -Main
street between Church and i
Miller 'streets was roped -off -.for ' t.-he !
motoi i a.ic, -and during t heir brief
slav heie a.tiple- wi-re li;!i':'i-!
uted to tin- riiembers,. Several state
ed that the apples wi re t he best t in y i
had ( yer tasted. Togethc-r with the)
apples i Ham ner ot i miimt i . . t ii." k -lets:
and copies of the special -d:-.
tion of I'he : Mounta ineer were given
- !. ,-oW
i .idv ;;
ma . ket .
-f itii' k.
.f the b-d
ji-rt'i I i'
i ;j,er ,-''l e
f ' '-, L- r:
! :.e i
I -ist yen r
all hi- plants
in i- covered
-I, -olllii ISfl
s tv i i.
v p'.-i nts -fit;
'si- mi He a
he cjrew over
Tour Made By Park
Officials For Pro
posed Motor Road
Mi. ( ha-. K. Burnham, well known
voice teacher of Asheyille,, will prtv
-cnt, his Chorus on Sunday afternoon
ovcr WWNC as a special feature in
'aunching the observance of National
Music Week. The Chorus is made
nr. of nine well trained voices, in
cluding Mis. Fred Martin ar.d Miss
NCl.hid Crawford "of Wavnesville.
The exact hour of the broadcast has!
not as yet been announced.
Mr. Colin McJme.s has returned
after a week's
business trip to Ash-
Copies Of Special Edition
Went To Distant Places
Some of the leading citizens of
Tennessee ci.y. were among those in
the motorcade. The group made the
trip into this section; in the interest
of getting a stretch of. road about '10
miles 'long paved. This would short
en, the distance between Cha ttanooga
and Ashcville about 2d miles, It is
isa miles from here to Chattanooga.
The streets were packet! when the
motorcade arrived in Waynesville.
and a genuine wclervme was extended
them by the crowd. ;..
Garbage Truck To
Run Three Days
The steady downpour of rain Eas
ter Sunday necessitated the post-
" . i MviiiiiciiL ii liic Mini ani iwi"K -
K,;f0. diTwtn;!'2?! UT- tion until ' Sundav. Mav 5th. accord-
rf the 10th con w inff t0 a statement made yesterday
"o seen 'w- The meet ntr w 1 be held at tne
same place, Betsy's Gap, he said, j .
The ref-iKm-- to ttio forty-eight
page spet-ial rli(ion which wa
ptihlisliexl last twk a- liryonil
Dozens of ixipk ejilled in per
son and over the 'hne- about tin'
edition. Scores of tlie edition wore
sold and mailed to all parts of the
country, and a final eheck-up
showed that almost every stato in
tlie union was representl In the1
mailing list, six foreign countries
and every one of the hundred
North Carolina conntles.
The Chamber of Commeroe dis
trihutod copies to the motorcade
from Chattanooga last Saturday.
In all, about fifu-on. hundred extra
copies other than the n-cular
subscribers have been maileyl out.
i A few extra fpies liave be-n
rctainel In the ntl'uv and arc
available to anyone Ik wish-s
them. The price is only ten cents,
and that Includes wrapping and
A representative of a leading
manufacturing concern of the
country was among tt.ose who
mailed a number of copies away
to officials of the company who
are contemplating making some
Sam- H. Jones,
truck., would make
Monday, Tuesday and
xt week, and would
chairman of the
of the city, tn
that the garbage
ail garbage pi'i.! oh the curb on
those days. ,
...Particular stress was made on
; h fact that in many places there
are vacant lots -where trash has ac
cumulated and the truck will be in
structed to haul away any and every
thing that is conveniently placed for
them to get.
Ihe truck will make trips all over
'.l.'ini.- the week a group of Ciov
ei iiinetit. officials made a tour of in
vesti'g; tion of the proposed motor
way from Round Lot torn to lilack
' iap nam in drder that it may be
apfiroved. for construction . The party
making their, head'tua rters' h.cre; went
from Wiiyne.-yiile to lilack (iap ( amp
and hike.! In m that - sectiion , into
I In the party were the following
from Washington: I'r. H. ('. Hryant,
Assistant -lhiector of the 'National'
Park Service, in -.charge of the edu
cational work of the park, Olive (',.
Taylor.: Chief Deputy Kngineer who
( is in. charge, of (-ngineering in the
Eastern Parks, John I), ('off man,
- ( hit f Forester of the National Park
I Service. G. A. Schultz, Assistant
j Fjrester,; and W. IL; Horning, Fire
! Control Expert of the Park Service,
j From Gatlinburg were R. P. White,:
Smoky Mountains Park Engineer,
R. A. Wilhelm, Assistant landscape
architect, and Joe T. .Maniee. Join
ing the party from Bryson City were
J. T. Needham, Chief Ranger for the
North Carolina side of the park, A.
Inskeep, Forester and . i. Svvope,
The officials had no statement to
make regarding their trip pending
the formal filing of their reports in
Washington. ... 1 -
A terracing demonstration will be
held Friday at the farm of Albert
McCracken, it was announced yester
day by W. D. Smith. All farmers are
invited to attend.
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
Date Max. Min.
24 72 oR Clear
25 71 41 pt cloudy
26 77 42 pt cloudy
27 S2 48 pt cloudy
28 : 76 48 Clear
29 71 48 , Clear
30 668 42 pt cloudy