interesting Prize List, Together
With Much Interest Assures
.v" anticipated with interest
4,n v'k-rvrs and to visitors in this
W-efe;.',c dahlia show sponsored
Woman's Club, which will be
bl'fttv'on Tuesday, September
hed tr;--. ..,o rivoV H. Ray building
- vk : of
Exhibitors are ex
. tn 51a;?' !' ji'nvpr Western Caroli-
..In -i- from various sections of
c8, a- y' .
ahV'1owt-r entered must be grown
v, ."exhibitor. The winners of the
Waters, will be furnished a list
jjj '('hi varieties from which to choose
'.'gwing is a complete list:
r i- The largest and best display
jhV' First prize large dahlia
f : eiven bv J. B. Ivey, of Char
t and Lake Junaluska; second
pr'ize, dahlia tubers to the value of
: Best display of dahlias
, ,in Havwood county outside of
vi"," V1'V 'township, dahlia tubers
:Jff'vf $3.00, winner of Class
1 na; to compete.
C'ai. 3- Best display of dahlias
raCr'vui.-Kk. of Haywood county,
L't prize dahlia tubers to the vai
" r f ?::ihi. Second prize dahlia
tllVr. to the value of $1.00, winner
oKiass 1 or 2 not to compete.
r'a 4' For display coining the
Hinged distance, dahlia tubers to
the value of $2.00.
CIa- o: The best and largest dis
p'av i'y ixh'.bitors raising less than
5,0 'cah'ia plants, dahlia tubers to the
value of S-'.i'O.
Ca" 0: The most artistic vase or
ba4. of dahlias (other folliage al
lowed!, nrize dahlia tubers to the
value of $2,00, second prize dahlia
tuber? to the value of $1.00.
Ca- 7: The best vfcse or basket
of pink dahlias (5 or more blooms),
; first prize cahlia tubers to the value
of 12.00, second prize dahlia tubers
to the value of $1.00. :
Cla.-s 8: the best vase or basket of
yellow or bronze dahlias (5 or more
blooms), first prize dahlia tubers to
the value of $2.0.0, second prize dahlia
tubers to the value of $1.00.
Class it: The best vase or basket
of red dahlias (5 or more blooms),
first prize dahlia tubers to the value
of $2.00, second prize dahlia tubers to
the value if $1.00.
Class H:' The best vase or basket
if ,i... ! , ..Juhlia ::1 prize
dahita rjl.,V to. the value of $2.00,
second prize dahlias tubers to the
value of 1.00.
Class 11: The best vase or basket
of ca.tu,- dahlias, first prize dahlia
value of $2.00, second
nriie dahlia tubers to the value ot
..Class 12: The best display of. pom
pen dahli; s.. .dalf.ia tubers -to .'the
vaiue of ?2.00.
Class lb: The best pink dahlia
Monri.-, .iahlia tubers to the value of
Class 14. The best white dahlia
blt-em, dahlia tubers- to the value of
- 52.00. "
, Class 1.". The best red dahlia bloom,
dahlia t .i .. .. .. to the value of $2.00,
' a-- I'd The. best yellow or
bronze dahlia bloom, dahlia tubers to
' "the va'.-.:v of ,2.00. '
' Class IT: The best lavender or pur
ple dahlia, bloom, dahlia tubers to
value ;of $2.00. '
C.as The best bloom of any
'!' -Cor iioit siiecKle.k dahlia
.tubrts to the value of $1.00.
tect cahlia b'oom iLiVilia tubers to
Iw value of. $2.00
.. . . "ctfi.'ifliia. v ......
Xhib:tir winninc most, noints in show
prize 3 points, second prize .1
PB'ti.l, stiver vase
Best collection : of old fashioned
Ida's. .;it i o nn nmi-tli
'uhers. .second prize $1.00 worth
'' Pink lily , bulbs. " ; .
' " : IN THIS '
AMONG US WOMEN
RANDOM SIDE GLANCES
24 YEARS AGO IN
r Together With
lun After Column of Local
ews Published FIRST
Annual Dahlia Show
To Be Held Tuesday
w. t, sin:iro
To Be Show Place
For Flower Lovers
Mr. Shelton, and Mr. Ivey Pro
ducing Dahlias That Have
Gained National Recog
nition As the Dahlia Show approaches,
interest centers on that flower and in
this section everyone begins to plan
to visit the gardens of V. T. Shelton
on Pigeon street, and that of J. B.
Ivey at Lake Junaiuska. At each
place one can see dahlias being primed
for exhibition. For weeks past state
ly plants have been disbudded and giv
en just the type of nourishment they
need to make mammoth blooms.
Mr. Shelton is a great advocate of
the late blooming dahlia. He contends
that it takes the cool nights of the
last of August and the first of Sep
tember to make the perfect dahlia, in
all its glory of coloring and freshness.
The first dahlias are usually on short
er stems and after the summer weeks
cf pruning a long stem that is strong
enough to hold the large heavy blflom
can be produced, that is worthy of ex
hibition. I In m-Aar that tVlp Illnnnlo DiaV be
retarded -Mr. Shelton prunes severed'
for many weeks. He also feeds the
plants'-t:i gain certain qualities, as
to the condition of the stalk and to. the
size of blocm, thus aiding the development-
of the future stems for the
show dahlias. .
. One of the, fascinating, features of
dahlia culture is to raise them from
seed, according to Mr. Shelton. He
has experimented extensively with
them. His most outstanding contri
bution being the "Hat'tie Shelton,
named in honor of his wife.
As a seedling rarely runs true to
form after the first season, it must
be grown two or three years, before
it will ! accepted for testing at the
various dahlia farms. After, grow
ing the seedling for three years. Mr.
Shelton sent a tuber to Storr's Dah.ia
Gardens at the University of Connec
ticut. Here it was tried out with -A'
others which were being tested at the
time a- to beauty and imiurir.g qual
ities. It ranked 3rd among this large
collection and was given a rating of
S6 bv the American Dahlia Society.
It .first sold for $12,00 .8 tuber, but
is now on the market for $1.00, which
proves how popular it ha? since be
come as the price proves that it has
been grown until it is no longer con
, (Continued on back, page.) ,:
Musical Program To
Be Given At Baptist
Church Sun. Night
A special musical program will be
given at the First Baptist church here
Sunday evening, with a varied pro
gram planned. ,
The choir, under the direction ot
Evander Picston, will render several
selections. A string quartet will pre-
o niiinKpr nf cplections. as W'lll
Mr, and Mrs. Wilson from New Col
lege Mrs. Richard farber, Jr. will give
a violin solo, and several, members oi
the choir, will be on the program to 1
special numbers, , ' ' . , .-.
Since there will be no otirnght
service in town, a -cordial 'invitation
is extended to all to attend this mu
sical prograin. '''.;..
I EDWARDS FAMILY REUNION
On Sunday. September the lt.
there will be a reunion ot the E dwards
family at the Ben EftSe
Bethel. The committee s arranged
interesting plans for the day. All the
members of the family are urged to
attend. There will be a picnic dmner
served on the lawn at noon..
WAYNESV1LLE. NORTH CAHOL1NA
Dr. E. W. Gudger Sees
Here In Past Year
Former Resident Warm In Praise
Of Work W hich Chamber
Of Commerce Has Done
-Too miK-:i iny..-,. -..rnot lv givi:
to Lnar.t.- Kay uiiu ti.i- c'hambt-r oi
Coinniercir lor -ho marvelous work
tiiat nas In iUiu- in improving the
appearan.t- of . Wayne.-ville," said Dr.
L. . Ciadgt-r. of W w York, yiti-r-day,
while 01; i::s ai.r.jai vacation :n
'"No one can im k ier this town
who has known i- befuie and not go
away without a better tui-te in their
mouths about ,t. However, for me," he
continued, "some of the old buildinirs
that have been tor:: down held many
fonii recollections for nie, but 1 real
ize it was best for the town, and all.
I have to say is keep the iro-.-d work un
until the job is completed."
"1 was glad to see the wuodni
bench on Main street that aflVnic.;
the tobacco-chewing clan a luating
place removed. That one thing was
the source of more severe criticism
last; year than anv other. There is
one thing, however, t hat .-'.ill remains
aiidone there ai'e mtiiely too many
signs on the sidewalks of Main
street takii g . up .paco and making
walking anr.oyii.g. Th;s is especial
ly true in nt of s, me filling sta
tions and whore i icycles are stored.
It is irritating to almost fall uvi'r
these useless signs,, and since the
streets are becoming crowded, they
should be removed by all means."
Dr. (iudirer stated that he was en
couraged over the outlook for this
section, pointing out tl.a't he saw
more enthusiasm and determination
on the part of the citizens here for
"going forward" than at any time in
years. :'Tm glad," he said, "to see
such interest f'.ken. and 1 believe a
new day is dawning for Haywood."
"Why, the way things are point?,
makes old-timers want to come back
here to live."
The Medford families are requested
to meet in the Jones Cove next Sun
day at 10 1a. m. at the old Jonas
Medford place on the road just above
Charley Ensley's, This is to be an
informal re-Organization meeting.
Let all the family and those related
by marriage be there promptly at 10
o'clock with a basket of lunch. Any
member of of the family has the privi
lege of inviting a guest.
Class Move To
J. R. Morgan, teacher of the Citi
zens Bible Class, announced this week
that quarters for the class had been
provide,! in the room over the ii.ro
stationwhere. city court is' held..
The change is being , made lor sev
eral reasons, and the new quarters
will accommodate- a la: per number.
The ciass now averages about .'15 each
Sunday, with as high as 45.. being
1 Sunday morning C. G. Rowland, of
Sumter, will be the teacher. Efforts
are being made t have a large num-!
ber out to hear Mr, Rowland, who -is
C'lie of the 'otit.-ta.ndiiig '. 'Bible tiaoh-,
crs in h i --ect ion i f he ,-tate.
100 YORK MASONS ARE
EXPECTED HERE MONDAY
Wm. Ritchie Smith, ; of Raleigh,
Grand Recorder of the (iiand Coun
cil dl North Carolina, Royal, and Se
ct Masters, wa5 in Waynesville. -'$u
unlay- conferring ' with local York
Rite ' Masonic officials and effecting
final arrangements for -he holding cf
the special summer assembly of trie
Grand Council whl.i; will convene
on- next Monday, .September -'nd. .
. He reports that a .great di-a, 1
interest 'in this a.-..-embiy . ing
manifested throughout the state due
principally to the fact, that part of the
ceremonies: will be. htdd in a .-ec.uded
pot on top of .r-ne of (he '.mountains
in the Great Smoky Mountains -National
Park and predicted a large at
tendance from air rarts pt tne siiie,
a-- well as': from neighboring states.:.
The Masonic ' pw gram; begins ,, at
1,0 f'anni( Temnle at 2:00 D. m.
When the Grand Council will convene,
lecelve the .distinguished guest and
hear the Grand Maker's addre-s. f-l-10
wed by the confer; ing of the. Royal
Masters' Degree by Ionic Council, of
Ashei-ifie, with II war I G. Etheridge,
Past Grand Master as degree leader.
At 4;15 P. M. the Masons will leave
for the park via Black Camp Gap,
where a fried chicken picnic, .will be
served followed by impressive ritual
istic ceremonies just as .the setting of
the' sun casts . its last rays 6vef: the
vast Panorama to guild the mountain
tops, a sublime scene he, visitors to
these mountains will long remember.
Promptly at 2:00 a caravan of the
Wavnesville Chamber of Commerce
and ladies of the Order of Eastern
Star will leave the office of the Cham-
But Little Anti-
! " . V I V 11 U.IU1"
ment Harris Finds
Dave Harris On Return From
National Convention Im
pressed With Hit-'h Tpe
Dave H. Ha. . , : Oa::i rvt uriu I
'.ills, WieK l'lom M.iw',.ukie, !,iiv":u
a'.ttiidod the national ci::vetr.un (.f
'.in- Young Democrats. refu-rteo
'i steidiiy "that thiie was bu; vei y
ii'.tle ant i-Koose volt ser.tinieiii among
t.he Voting Democrats. "
Mr, Harris . servto v n - i.e lesoiu
tions .committee, ar.d -1 it.i by proxy
on the national .eca: .e ,.nimitte'e
for Judge Sam f.iti.i.v. ,,f Aslu-vilie.
During the , , n t t-.; .. .1-. -.iii ee execu
tive sessions Wi i ,. ;:. ,i. ,;e ;;,v;. f.p for
"The mis; :m;ris-;v tiling of all,"
lie said, "was the h gi: type of young
people -.that are liiiot up with - the
Young DiiiK .raiio , lulls."
Mi. Harris ; act.ve ill the state
organization, having m rved on several
:mH'itant commit ties at the state con
vention. He reported a plca.-ant six
J. H. Howell Heads
New. Officers Fur Haywood Post
No. 47 Elected. To He In
stalled Sept. tit h
J. Harden HoWi.l. Waynesville post
master, w as cli cit d commander of the
Haywood J"(si No. 47 of the Ameri
can Legion hoie Tuesday evening, at
a meeting in which those attending
tho'.ud .much inten-s; in the work for
the coming year.
Hans and the program for the
year will be announced, in next week's
paper. The ni'w officers will be in
stalled on Friday evening, Septemlier
tith, at 'the;-court house.
It was pednted out that there are
over 100 eligible in this section! that
should be .members, of the local post.
Other officers elected Tuesday even
W. A. Bradley, first vice comman
der. Fred Ferguson, second vice com
mander, LeRfy Davis, adjutant.
ID. -D. Alley, service officer.
Chrest Cieorge. s'rgoant-atarms.
W. D. Smith, publicity officer.
Robert II. Ciibson, chaplain.
T. Guv Massie, historian.
Mr. Trantham, Of
Chicago, Back Here
J. Trantham, formerly of this
county, but for the pa-l thirty, years
a resident of ( 'n.ciu-o, a a v.sito:
herc.uurir.p tlo -,nisd (; k, -p nt:tiii
his .vacation wl'l: 'his pi,i' nts, Mr, . n.i
Mrsb M. il. T: ifiihain. of ' -.' le. a ; .
other relatives. '.
Mr. Tiiti.iliam is inarii'r ;' tlu
(. hlvao i : ii !. h df .t hi ?. ri'l.'i.i i ':
S n-. r'(; V f .ti.e larii,'.'..-' I iwi; ' 1 -.., : 1 1 -houses
in- the Ui-.ted Stall :, '
'I-- itdi " -.1 ..a !iv i-hiiiig'-s In ibis -ei-lioi',,
alt! d..dh be has been coming
heie alin.st every yi ar siiiie ( -t-iii
lishing his residence in ("hicngo.
Mr. Trantham. reported that c-ridi-tions
were in .general improving'' In
Chicago, and that the u;l ok a a - "
ebi i ileum aging."
her of Ccinimerce with all visliciiig
: ladies for a scenic ride. They Will be
I met at the Cherokee Indian Reserva
j tionl by the - superintendent .. .and' a
- group of Indians. t(i be-, ectirte-i
I through the. resei vation,; . i ri.m
I thence 'he party will journey to New
I found Gap, one of the beauty' spots
j of the park, where the .adies of the
I Eastern Star wdi t'ef ve refreshments.
I The f.vn i-xi ar.-i- ;.- w.ii reunite at
;.he -Masonic iTtmriie at' iliOO. I. M.
! where tn-ertainment will be provided
j ur ail, consisting of mountain mu-.c,
J.exhibitiin uan.es and a square dance
' contest be'.w-een the famous Sovo: Gap
team an-t the te.'im . 11-om. tne . 1r.11.ur.
A large, delegation froih TeniH-.-eC
is expected to. be, 'pre,-enr' headed by
the Grand Ma.-tt r of the ijranii Cdiir.
Icil of that :tate.'. Other ,di-tinguis li
ed - visitors. fio-m'-'ii'iH 'l;- ihe -.tati
hat . have already made reservations
-nclude Mr. 0. Frank IL-ir . of C oj
jmhia. S. ' .. Ra-t General Master
and pre.sen.t Geri'eraLMa'n'ape.r Reco'r
er of the General Grand (. buiiCil-. of
Roval -and Select - Masters of the
United States of America: Mr-' Raiph
L, Hebbard, of Washington, . D. C,
Grand Master of. the Grand. Council
of the District of Columbia with a
party of four, and Mr. V. A. Giles, -he
Grand Master of the Grand Council
of. South Carolina. :'
Many of the vistor.- are expected
to aiVive here Sunday, including a
large party from Raleigh headed by
K. W. Parham, Grand Master of the
Grand Council of North Carolina.
Final Plans Made for
Elaborate Labor Day
Program In Canton
TO SPEAK IX CANTON
I'M I. II ltll. .lit.
Mi- I l.u .li'i. I'.ivlor of Hie l 'lis:
Metln.ais; Vhoi, b lu-te. will lie Hie
speaki t .il llo. .'pio-. ill relifiOHis ser
vice ;et .1 1 1 1 - ti . Sum1;ly --evcnitli; ill
7.3 . : Tins u:l! ! Vhe- ope.niiif; pail
of 111" l.li I'.l- 1 Li V 'i , it in in wlllell lias
lu eli pl.Hln. d 1 I- .1 in .11 N.i M'-rvi'-ees
will I., In !il 1 ;il Ihe Molli.i.lisl
-1 1 1 1 s 1 1 lii-re . Smnl.iy i 'n iiiio.'
Says "Dirt To Fly"
This Week On Job
Twelve And A Half Mile Stretch
'Of . Parkway. Contracted To
Durham Man Hv Ickes
ASHEYH.I.E-Conl ract for tin
Hist ii.-' 'oil of 'he !ii.! link in X til til
t'aio'iia of tht tiiiai Smokv Motm-
i.ii I pari; way
it la rv of the
-. Arthur E.
r of i iif .a
g Old:.-! Tin
:r,u i iiav
interior. Ilanild ,L. 1. k
i '( 'iiai a v. " a ! 1 r.g il.'m t
i -Mil t'arh S. n ie. ::. '
, m;i : a y
'd i i.ii :
i :o ( ...
-''' ' ot; -ic- ,. --din. ..i-i t d."',i Mb ,:did : ,i diiarj'e of till- 'feature.
'l'Uaseit u.i lt;i (j : jii y a linn : t i.e 1 i 'o;t lii oi . uuj;e IL n . c.m j kk'- 1 , ,
.r-iiiry :l- .1 ,1.; ii Ji'iliiy iir-r ion. 'id'.oii d.
1 11 l-t o : a tv A :i;. c xt-,, ng lb mil - late 'The-, tievt, fi.a'tlie of the- day will
'do; ti . 1 ;n dl.na . tat'- 'highway 1"' n;. ' I dib'b 'wub a folk singing i'on
.1., '.'..-tail e oi; I2 :u 1 1 1 : . t- . Slii-i o---.-! ti; . . -in if 1 ; iio dir. --l ion of lb L.
t'-,il iiiible. . .Veilo I.. Im-i-, I u 1 ri -111. L'uir fo-rd, Tht- "'proVt d Vi be a- veiy-.
amount' J?-!T1847..5!."- ' popular t'eatun- Ja-t year, This i-
-Mr. Id r, t he succe-si ui b ninnis toi , -
.'. a - .:; A - uli 1 lie ia-t '1 iiui'siiay, an 1 j
,:' an d eh;.,: man CUfdisM ..W'ayntck .
A-.-uiiie ia-t Inui'siiav, an 1
, , . ,. ... ,i- ... ,. -
! the .- la'..- highway born in,--lot:,
wiio -.la- ai-o iii-ie ml i,. yva;.' V '.
.b-obii.s.t eoiiiiiii-sidn meetinir a'. . ( ash-1
. , 'i - , ilia! he a- 1 t-iniy 'to 1 -f.trt- gnbi- 1
. 1 .: Mo: i : ' v.. -t mi w. 1 1. a : : ; lie
10 iiu.i ;
: he ! w . ii 1-i i e I t m'-iii Va
rwrt; - : "' H .?';,:, ,:';. , v. -;.-d. v. w. s- ;-,eiis i- iiV
M'n. .et. ;..; ; . '. b ', ,b ;.;,:,-,-: .; ' ;
"I ha ve pleiity of oiii: i)-i:-i.l- : ' ,. . 'i' ' .1 '.-' Y. Mi C A. Rodeo, ' Tub -wiil '
.he c-tinirai't ;.s .e; iid.-.y in ;--iie goo I j ... -in-i lal exhibition ; . in r-tP't-'-
weather season, i ear : 1 f . : it ,."n i s ninn'rig a:i 1 jumping". at band-land in
about IOO days li s- : hiii; .tiic 1 equ, 1
time," Mr. Teer tobi ..Mi. ayn.cK,
So, dirt w :.! start Hying otr il.e ia-
je.-tic, skyline, itiiite n'g, tile re-. 1
('.. . t ,b , 1,1, .w,,t. .-n'l
ruck, while here, told . the e :t:ze:i-
Tiine- that the state .was having no
difficulty in gelling rights-of-way for
he great s.-eme .highway . and vi;. .
1 ..,1.' ..!,,. -.1 , f v.- a,,,,.. ... ,,-,.iT .,1 1
p.. ,, .. . ,,- .... ,...,,,.,...... ,.
the 'Intel ' 1 ';.-. contract sch'-iu.ei in
furnishing duds for the great .-Wath
th b the. n-,'. untaih- ' v-t-r which the
obrkivay ds-to be .built. -.. ' ' '
Thd : i-'..) :'.,.- 7. r. : the cotitra.-t
was let to Mr: Teer Saturday starts
from ihe .Virginia lire, at -.Low 'Gar
south' of Galax, Va., and northeast, 01"
Sparta, ..N'. 'c . bnd extends to a point
on highway 2i at Roaring Gap,:
- . - - -
r.iiK-1 Ft-rffuson Tugman w-ili
"stevs. t?; the' repnion of the Fer-jhe
glison family at the home of her par-1
tents, Mr. ami Ml". J. C. Ferguson, 1
on NorthMain street, on Sundav. Sep-1
ember the 1st. All members of the
Ferguson family : and their 1 friend-
are cordially invited to attend.
The program of varied features has
been arranged for the day, with ev-
eral speakers of, interest,. At, noon i
a basket lunch will be spread on the 'j
lawn. The hours will be from. J 0 ,
o'clock in the morning until 4 in the
afternoon. . '
TIH HSDAY. AUGUST 29, 19:53
Hand Concert And Open-Air
Religious Service To He Held
Sunday Evening In Cham
ll.iywvod county will join with Can
ton for the celebration of Labor Day
Monday. Septeinbi r ii-with one of
the best programs ever planned
scheduled ; till every minute of the
day with something interesting.
Tile piogram will begin with a
conceit at TioU o'clock Sunday i
mg followed by an open-air reiij.
M'i'vice in Champion I'ark. Rev. J'. ...
Hardm, Jr., pa.stur of the Methodist
church hero, delivering the addiess.
1 lie Canton choirs will render several
special selections. Mr. Hardin wiil
lie intronuced by Dr. D. 11. Camak.
The inv, H at mil w ill be given by Rev.
A. V. .Lynn. Ihe scripture will be
read by Ki-v. (leoige li. Hammond,
and lb . I. M. White will pronounce
the in -noi, etion. A .special leature of
the service will be all accordion solo
by. .Mr. .Ernest (irisham.
1 lie program Monday morning will
get uiiiieiway at nine o'clock, with a
tennis tournament at the Y. M. C. A.
court.s. l-'red Mitchell is m charge.
Horseshoe pitch rg '.-11 he -taped at
( hanipion I'aik, with A. (.!. (larden
The sheet shooting contests will also
beg'in at nine at the John Alien farm,
near Highland Dark, Teams from
Canton. KnoxviUe, Asheviiie and (Jas
tonia will participate. 1.. A.' Hart
shorn will be in charge.
The fiO-piece Cham)ion Band, under
the direction of Ernest Crisham, will
be featured throughout Uie linii'e
program, lbe lir.-t concert being
Sunday, evening at Tb'U. .Monday
morning at Dine the second concert
Will (If given.; again at eleven o'clock:
and the final conceit at (ibid. Ihe
band lias had two urolith's hard prac
tici for this occasion.
,t ten o'clock . at ten lion will ' center-'
"ii the .held and track events
which will be held at the high school
athletic liebl. A.' ,1, Huteiiins will he
l"he .swimining c-itests will get
underway at. lilioO at the Y.'M. C A.
jnnil. Wallace Wheeler is in charge
of this event.
A: i li ven o'. loili, immediately fnl-
I '"W ing lit-. baud c nceit, the Hoimr-
il le 1-itd I!. 1 1 hi s , of ( harlotle,
w:i; deliver- the address of the day.
Hon. Mr. HeliiK- is . ah attorni-y m
Charlotte, and was I'orineriy judge
of 1 c coi dor's i-oui t ther.-. lie is said
to In- .lie ol Die out -tanding .-ieak-.
' el.- ;i! .llii:- M-.-iioil nf the -.tate' for
yi.nii mu , a-i:- ..,M ,..,, ;,,,, ',, nature, l-oboiviiig
. Wclili. p. ,,!-' ;.d-!re-.s, a di-p;av of ilav-
-i' b ' "nil any. i d,,,,, .,:,..,, .,,1, (.,,,,,,,,, r r-
01101: to the piioii -, ittifl any group may
m..t ti. .,... v, . .;i 'b, ,.ir I
1 1 .','. 1'1 . . ' ,,, , , ,,'
'' I 111 1'! v miiutt- Ian r-i-at one the
f'l. bail game;, wiir bo 'staged at, the
ft:' ---do d !i. 'Ad'h I'. I.. (. 'lifburi .
t Ltd Campbell in charged :
A: Yd, .--bii-iy. t"'"'- :.a- ball- gain.;
.' ;iy livi.T. lie-gt 1: .Vlo.ire -;boi , v-,
-t'di:. . I";."- 14id-- ;-. a:., to -be
1 - m-,';. bed. b ud -a I'-i-o.l atlend--
1:1 . id
Itb'l p, m. R, I'.. Law
.'(d nit back page)
WELL KNOWN VISITOR
Mrs. C.L. Fi-h! urn. TT. of Roan
oke, Ya.. well knowri .summer visitor,
passed awav. at a hotel a-' Lake Jurta-
iu-ka earty Saturoay inoi ning.
' .'.The .body was carried: back ,to. her.
home town by Fi am is .Mas.-ie, t.f th
Massie. Undertaking Company. . liu: -ial
w'as. made in that city S'ufto'ay- af
ternoon, '.-" Mr-. Fi-'ni. if: hal - p. r.t many sum
mers in this section,-
Freddie Crawfoid. who was to have
played with the Chicago Bears , in . the
great game . 1 etween theni and the.
' o.ie-'e Ail Stars which takes place
the game. He left he: e a couple b f
weeks' ago for D' llatiel i. Wi-., where
has since been in training.'.
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