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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY. MAY .!(. 193
L. E. Perry I Uncle Abe Rearing T0 TALK ? high-
t Green Hill
rondudor oruThern Railway
Pae .Way After Suffering
stroke Of Apoplexy While
. .,, held at the First
rrh here Wednesday af
r'l'ainain L. E. Perry, 72.
who passed away early
,!., at his home on the
&'f, i The Rev. H. W. Bau-
.,f the church, the Rev.
STm f.avis. pastor first Baptist
T. ..'iTAsheville. and the Rev,
,t'. ,,'.' Candler, a
i:':,n,ien: was made in Green Hill
' '. ..' i'.., , v suffered a stroke of
1 :V'.".' u nn his train as eon
.,' near Willets Tuesday a
He was carried to nis
he Pellwood road and never
To Get Questions
Incle Alio, having roeuperaieil
from liis recent illno-s which ws
said to liai- liecn the result of
too much ramp Mew. made a IkiIiI
challenge vo-ienlav when lie off
ered Id take (in any and all iiie
tions to lie an-ucroil in his, i-vl-mil
Now uceoiilin;. to l iiele lie,
you need no longer worry about
your clillii ult ii olil m- jn-( nun
them over to him hell soli,,
tin-in (mi he a).
Another i-olimini-i of The
Moiiiuaiincr. The Hamliler. M-enis
to lie snooping around more since
the weather has warmed up. and
is jit-t l i 1 1 the low down on a
iiuiiiIm i- of things,, . .keep up wiih
theM fellows each week in this
k. me en :
a son of
Captain i f i i --
. c r '.. vcars ago.
t-Z'S :..i"lnriret Perry, of that
n;.i:.tn "'' . f xt,
His father was a native vi
1 his mother was Dorn
n, .am,- to Waynesville
... ,. nnd for about
Win 'the livery business, lie en
(rw -he employ, of the Southern
Kvwav ,V2 vears ago, but during his
""' - ,' ! Urt in
haves oi ausence or
. hi', business., for several
wa- en the police force in
ami for a time was chief
there. At another time he
ruier near Mills River in
u i vi veil by his widow, who
e their marriage, Miss U'
i 'daughter of the late J. H.
Ky Hill township; two
Miss Salinda, with the
Hank and Trust company,
i ml Miss Margaret, a stu
, Woman's college, Green-
Tiio active pallbearers will "Be:
L. String tit-Ul, J. W. Killian,. T.
Unll'l'l! II nil William Rabib, all
Wayne-ville; , Dr.
tit.v i'nw;,n;. and
A. A. Nichols, biu
K'rank Winkler, of
Hazelwood Team Is
A Leader In League
Asst. Secretary To
Be Named For Place
In C. Of C. Office
The board of directors uf the Cham
ber of Commerce decided last week to
employ an assistant secretary within
the new few days to work in the oHice
during the next four or live months.
Applications are being received, and
should be addressed to the president ,
or seijetary of the organization.
Another meeting will be called within
a few d'ivs to fill the place.
Plans for several programs of the
summer were discussed, and the dif
ferent committees presented to the
board their program and the amount
of money needed to carry out each
phase of their program. The hoard
took them under consideration hut did
not pass on any appropriations, pend
ing the final outcome of the drive.
The 1'if-t reports of the drive indicated
that about $2,000 would be raised for
the organization this year.
he ' ie
Hazelwood team, of the West-i-.h
Carolina Industrial League,
of the three high teams in
i u ;ie at the end of the .first
:. I'nV games having been
i:h three in the column and
team- from Brevard and Bea
e.ihe same record with a per-
uf .Cot). Last vear the Ha
i team won the pennant for
ings of the
teams in the
Baptist To Meet
In (anton Sunday
I -V.-.-ocia! ional Sunday
' '; -!; i 'l'.ay.-. will be held at the
; '.' (";,''n ; Ilpptist, (fiurclv, th
N;' ''' -'i'e'-hv 2nd, at 2:30 o'clock.
' :, Rrown. of Clyde, asso
'','' ;- Sniiday school .leader for
y.' ' J; ':, 'vill lip in charge of th
- M : ;. .
:x:::'. ''' theme of the meeting
'!!! ", u. ' "' '" the . people to Bible
leakers of the afternoon
y-: '"j! v- . aoyner; Mrs, Joei Liner,
,. I ncerwood. and Jack
1 i i in lints, r f the Bap
'..L"' "'''."''' ' ' school?' in the county,
'' and pastors of the
.,. '. ' " ri quested to attend the
Last Rites Held For
A. E.Allison, 67,
Who Died Monday
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday morning for A. K. Allison, fiT
prominent farmer of the Jonathan's
Creek community. Mr. Allison pass
ee' away at his home early Monday
from a heart attack. He had been in
ill health for several months.
The services were held at the Shady
Grove .Methodist church, and Rev. T
A. Groce, of Candler, officiated.
The deceased is survived by his
widow; two sons. Fred and Olis,. am
five daughters, Mrs. James Clark, of
Detroit, Mrs. Essie Gantt, of Char
lotte, Mrs; Waldo Greene; of Fines
Creek, and the Misses Wilma an
Mary Allison, at home.
History Of County
Is Being Sold Now.
No Later Purchases
"In the next four Weeks, we ex
pect to have promises from a thous
and people to. buy fop'tv of 11. ?
"Anna's of Haywood County," W. ('
Allen, author of the book stated this
"The. edition will only have a thous
and..' copies. Some people have said
they do not wish to 'make a prmi-e
but wilTbuv a book when it conic ou-.
is. There will lie no
th(!- I i.(h) k when it comos
will be printed for. ear
says he will take one...
he printed, than-we hav
Appear In Recital
in the I,
n, at the
25 people will take
nee recital which will
high school audito-
night. June 3rd. at
buy." .Mr. Allen continued,
A . small advance nayinct't
cents is. al! that i- asked. of th
:it;- this- tinie. ' Those ntithor
receive naymenf , arei Mr-.
Gwyn. Waynesville, M: -. A. I
Clyde, -J; A. Fi anci", Vaynesvi
'" on School of The Dance.
' .' he program will be
trom Asheville. special
' Whridren from 4 to 5, Up
, 1 1 aTui national character
- toe dance by Aletia
Martin -ill be the
er Hut .!...
f-n ' . ""u nas oeen
t. a,.i..;,"",."1K an operation at
r-t to L .;aMt, as: re-'r-n
vt Z i n,0re comf ort
- Nnesday night.
Miss Jordan Wins
Two Coveted Prizes
Miss Rose Klixaheth Jordan. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs, R. I). Jordan, of
Norfolk, Va., the latter formerly Miss
Helen Briggs. and granddaughter of
Mrs. G. C. 'Briggs. of W avnesviilc
has, recently been, nresenu-d with a
bronze medal bv the French Govi-ai
The nrizes offered by the r rench
Ministry of Forpiert Affairs were, for
competence, and ability in the study
of the French language, Such con-
tpt linvp been rondneted before in
only foii other American hith
schools, Cleveland. Ohio. Columbus
Ohio. Ixiuisville. Kv.. and Greens
boro. N. C- These schools having been
selected bv the French government
because of the unusual French in
structions offered the students.
After winning the first prize
Jordan was eligible tp emer a
contest held for irgm:a high
ctnonto in which she again came
out winner, with the prize of
fc.lmlarshin in illiam and
College, at Williamsburg.A a.
Mr and Mrs. Troy W yche and
two small dauehters returned on
Thursday from Orlando, Fla., wner
they have spent the .'past six months.
. 5"V T..,
II.I.l AM M)i:lso Hi;
cationTo Be Topic
Of FHA Official
r presentativc. of
ing Admini.-i uitioi
day and Tui ,
It is expect id tha;
address a puo.;,' iik c.
terested in the wmk
(ration in Wavnesvi
c l ioeial Mo u
wi:l spend Men
i: ! week in this
Mr. Ilucy will
i,g of those in
of the adminis
le oil .Monday,
at Hazelwood on Tuesdav.
i project now umder considenk
tion, that would come under the
work 'ol .11 1. liuev i.- tne beaut iVatiuu
of State. Highway. Number' 10.', Tin
highw ay having been- .-c'.ccti d, a- lb
one in the state, oil which then1 is th
The hour and the place of meeting
will be announced at a late,- date.
To Meet Here Fri.
And Elect Officers
The Young Ociiiocratic Club id'
Haywood county will meet at a ban
quet here Friday night at the Hotel
l.i'Faine, at 7;:!0, at which time the
ollieers for tl;e coming year will be
J'lans are being made for a large
attendance, as there is always (juite
a bit of interest in the election of of
ficers foe the club,
Those in charge of arrangements,
of which Dial L. Yates, is -chairman,
stated t!tt tickets for the. affair
should he secured before Thursday.
Mrs. Chester Coglilirii, (,f Canton, wil
be in charge of the ticket sale there;
while Mr. Yati-s-will have charge of
Dr. C. C. Crittenden
Named Sec. N.C. His
. . 1 1 ii
-t i.- the annouiK c.nieii
C, Crittenden, (jf the his
iieii' of v; .;vers-it.y ol
en named to
i y 1 1 i
in in i
m io'-t ii
k n (
.t.he ' a u" hoi
f h '
o .the Mt'(
ROTARIANS TO MEET
(iREEN TREE TEA
ey. l'r-' in
, r w
:- ia :' v.H
'v: Com :,
I 1 7 !,' !
i l i c
! Ve.i hi?!
(Post Card Dav Is
Set For Saturday.
I'lans Are To Have Hundreds Of
Cards Of Loral Mountain
Scenes Mailed A;)v
Inters: :.: ; : f,ir, ii.,v
is being :-.:uigi:t :,:c.i oy the
ity com in r.tec of the Chamber
i" laa. is steadily prownnr. 1: is the
' 'c !' the committee that hundreds
,! VVil "c s'!d on the ,iay which
l.en designate,! a- Saturday.
Tile object if :
gt t every person
to buy and mail
Land '0 Sky Group Buys
2,500,000 Labels To Use
On WNC Canned Products
L.F. Reiger Suc
ceeds Father At
ie mowmen'. is to
in the .community
at lca.-t ten noiit
cards, depict ing seem s of this section
to friends not living m -.lie mountains,
puferaidy tliose rc-idiiig some dis
'. Hit uwav.
: wol be mi, I 011 the streets
l'.ach tirni in town coop
! I ae 'their own sales
cards will lie up in puck-
Only penny cards will
r .-aie and the cards will
ill lots id' ten.
mail ten, twenty or
cards Will not be a
oiie, but if the public
into the :-.alc as !
' e haiuhor of t oin-
l iesh Fruits And Yejretahles Of
Seel ions Will Re Offered On
Markets Through Cooperatives
h pubhcit y
be imi much
oi l he ( dianl
ai- is to spend
I lhe funds
i c.tia n a I
ages of tell
be ottered !',
be sold only
l'o buy and
th.i'.y of these
hard-hip on any
lu'inu urged by
no nv, it w ill in a n mu,
fill' l!ll section.
'lhe impoitaii .
tin- coiiiimiiiil y , ai
her of ( 'mil im 1 1 1 : ,
the greater n ,
raised by sllh-, l 't
pro eiiii ii ; . ii.t
pi rsoiial I'llor!
i n iiy 'eveiv cil
this I ime.
The Chamber of Commerce is oiler
ing ca.-h prize.- to the girl selling
card- a.- follows: lir-t, t'.t.W; second
"2.00; third, and foiirlh, $1.00.
Tin fi i ins will also give individual
prizes to the one in iheir group .-filing
the most cards.
I 'iims cooperat ing are, A b xandei 's
vYayiiesviilc Hook Store,- Waynes
villc Pharmacy, Clyde II. liny, Jr.,
Kagle Five , and .Ten, Smith's: I h ug
Store, aild MaKay's, I ' I ii riiiaey at
Among the girls who will sell' cards
aie, Martha Way, llaseltine Swift,
Coiiinne Wagenl fid, Nan Hardin,
Joan Phillips, Myra -Phillips, Sarah
Halibut-ton, Louise Stringlield, Sarah
Welch, Mary , Willie Rot ha, .Margue
rite Murphy, i Margaret Ashton, Jane
While, Tbomasiiie Stringfreld, Martha
Hiclis, Hazel Miller, and Mozelle Mc
Crackeli. Those wishing lo sell and eiili-r the,
i-olltesl sh-ould be al the Chamber .of j
Coliimei'ce offiie by eight o'clock I
To Begin Sunday;
Leo F. Kcigi'i', who:
as auperinteilc'lenl (if
Fish Hatchery near
nounced Monday, has 1
superintendent since h
t he Morrison
In re was an
Hcn the acting
is father, F. J.
a 'VI va !
i b ii i ' Ii :
,f . '
. i: I".
Keiger, resigned a month ago to ac
(upt a pollion with the leiinessee
Valley Authority. The appointment
was made by .1. I . Clark, State com
missioner of fisheries.
Before coming here about 30 days
ago. Mr. Kicger was superintendent
"f the lisli hatchery at Cleveland, S.
l .. a post he l.eld two years. From
l:'2.'i to 1 :,','!, lie held the position of
assistant superintendent here under
hi:- father. Trior to that time, he had
ben w lib the bureau of fisheries of
lhe 1'. S. (.', i eminent.
lie 1- ;i native of Manchester, Iowa,
wheie he wa- educated and trained
for the work he is doing,
Mr. Ricgcr said thai 'about 1,000,-'
0110 lingerliiigs voon will be ready to
he I urncd loose m I he w al ers of
Weslein North Carolina, lie vailed
attention-to-the fact that the hatch
ery is holding the hatchings out longer
now so that the lish may get larger
.before letting them go. Thai, lie said,
is a ruling by th,' Stale (lepartineiit.
Worthy of -.mention, lie said, is (be
fact that lhe hatclu ry i- becoming
increasingly popular. A large num
ber of people i-it She place daily.
Last Sunday w as pel haps , the big -j
gest ,ay for isiiors, more than
000 ha ing l- !-,! lhe ground- ai d
buildmg.s during the day.
R. Funis Senlelle, j
A Canton Lawyer,
Passed Away Sat.
h'linei'al services for IJiehard F.nnis
Senlelle, Jr., .'2, ( 'anion lawyer, who
died Saturday al -The home of his
parenfs. Stale KVpresenlal lie and
Mis. K. K. Senlelle, of ,! nil )i port ,
Brum wiek eoiinly. were 'held id 1,
o'clock Monday afternoon in (he vardl
oi hi.' r.einei -.,'liiisl cliuieli m Hay,
Wood eoiinty. Hirialua.- in lhe mar
by 'Melliodi.-f Chiireh eeinciei y. (If
cialing were (ho Key. .. M. Woodard
Land O' I he. Sky A-so( lalion, located
in Waynesville, and. which is (lie cen
tral or control body for four recently
Organized farmers cooperatives in the
mountain region of Western y i
Carolina and Tennessee, has fu
llered two and one-half million !;
which will lie placed upon canned
duels of these vaiiuu- coopcrat; . .
during the season of IP;!.",. These p,o
d uc Is will be sold over a territory
comprising eight ,,r nine siirroundilil-
I'i.-lrihutmg contracts have
been made in all th.se slates
s of flit m e canned good- have
orgamzal ion- w ill al-,, ,!i--
tribute through iln
iiesn iruits and vegetables which
arc giown under contracts already
made Willi llltlL' growcts throughout
the-.: mountain ...unties. There has
Ii, . n , out r.'iet. d to dale l.i.V, acres
of vi g lable crop-, a poi l ion of which
will lie eainied and a port ion sold on
lhe fresh mark. I- of he Soulh.
' ' ' ii,. five ,-e,i,eis lei collecting,
canning and disi i abut ing these pro
ducts, four ..f which arc localed in
lhe Western section of North Caro
liiiu and one in Tennessee. Those
orgairizjilioiis are si rid ly fm-mers'
coopei iitive organizal ion-, organized
for iin primary purpose- which is
lo furnish a market for its growers
receive lor lliem the highest
r.i.W' i :n ii
,iit. ,1 i
!a,. I,, his
k !,. li e
i" 1 1 cries.
I. op will
gai izal ion
I he. v cooierat.li es and is
by pe.oide. w ho have' Tiad eon
-lib n.ible experience in Ibis particular
line and w ho ha e been in-: riimenlal
m building Iln- oigaliizatioii t he pa I
few months. All prnilur!.- handled by
lhe orgaiiiZiit ion are cunt i a, led for,
coiitiai'ts liavine been . ign'ed which
provide a cerlain purl ion of lhe pr,.
ducis to In- canned, ..no! he r lo be
inai keled ,,n t l,e fl es, fi n 1 1 ..ii, i yeg
elalilc niarket, lhe giowcr 'o , re
ceive cerlain advances dining the lime
of delivery of hi- (aiuni- jiroduels,
all prodllvt' lo be pooh d at I lie .lid
of w hich a ,-el 1 leiiu nl Will be inaile
and each growi r will I'lceiv lhe -ame
ii loi neys
A V. .1,
Il.ii i i
we l e ;
, aild Cln
Wall, r ''
, a rry 1 1
M. v aili
' f III i n le;
'ill 1 1 ceiv
and : e, ,
1 I li i - - hi ,- a In ia '
and --, namely. I .a
ml hi i n . Skyljmd
w a -w
va i i
g i ea t
II: pi initio!' Will III
lo t lie
1 1 hei e
!p III a.
w i i !
en l. ,
.if I ha
i bn.lhe;', II:
. .'.-.(. t.,'r-.,-. :
l aii'ioga; T
formal OpeniimOl Masie
I uncial Home I'oslponei!
Har old's Depart
ment Store To Open
On Fridav luneTlh
I host ( lOin I o ( ol leo e
Re(iies(ed lo See Mowle-
M II li
i tii- of
on Fi i
,om on Main ',rei
ban, owner of, t h
that a . complete-
The T ir C jb
regular weekiv mee.
1 ree 1 ea Room, on
stead of at the Methoi':
Mrs. Rung, owner of
is doii!i:.f: to the libra
ev pa'd m for
: r.e Greet
WILL RE HELD SUNDAY
dry goods w
to be a coir
the repainting and
Mr. Kabhan came
from High Point.
Watch next weens
Mountaineer fcr comp
s for men,
d be ca; ri(-
: nn ing
v. I r - w
1 1 I'lll V
y for I Hike .'
it:iet all, st
! work on
ling of the
ipapcr Space Devoted
To Storv On Smokv
' -I I I SI V TO MM I
The Segk-W'oc'iv rear. ton-, -wul be
he'd Sundav. June 2, at the home of
Steve AVoodv on Cataloochee, it v-as
announced this week by F. W . Woociy,
All members of the families are re
quested to be present, and to bnr.f? a
well-filled basket of lunch.
WILLIS HOlF TO IF KNOW V
AS MAPLE LEAF INN
The Willie House, which is being
run bv Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McClellan
of Palm Btach. F :a., will be known
a "lhe -Maple l-eai inn.
Thev have been loir.ed th
Cincinnati Star-T;mes (ievottdi
.a thiid of a column of .-nact last week
to the Greit Sni'iky Mountains: Na-
(ional la-k. lhe article centered
nro'jnd the fact that the nark ha"
ibeen transformed from a virgin wil
lerness to a great national play
ground, and will offer much to interest
ivisitors during the 19.35 tourist 5-ea-on,
meet in it tic
their daughter. Miss Eleanor Alice
Scott, who has been a student during
the past vear at the Virginia Inter
ment, of Bristol, Va.
Mr. M. H. Bowles will leave on
Sunday for Durham, where he will
attend the summer school at Duke
week byi University. He expects to comnlete
work for his Master's DegTce. While
Mr. Bowles is at the university. Mrs.
Bowles will be the euest of her nar-
ents m Irwinton, Ga.
' 1 I i ii n
r r gu:ar meet ¬
ing at the .Masonic I em pie I hurfiav. .
June fi, at eight o'c!"ck, atcrrding to
an announcement'--made ycstircav bv
Mrs. T. L. Rram.e::. wio thv matron.
All. , members are urged to attend.
d visitors are
'OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT