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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TH I USD AY. OCTOBER 10, 1935
puion Weaver To "Go To
I, . - U
iUi najr yyuuu VUuui)
lSeek To Get Contract For
Southern r-nu 1 '
". . it p-irlv Date
Zehulon Weaver will
w-r"Vahinston within a few
m to the Dal W1L" u""-",1 "
tCfi f0r Haywood county, he
Vfchambcr of Commerce com-
TueiL , ,,mnosed of Charles
Ue coming; r. ...
:te?f:r v Miller and W. T.
9DKared before Hon. Mr.
Mill, 'V ..l ht atfotl ho talf.
r .vr and tirgeu i..v " ----1
lire'v towards seeing: that
'flrEw at Black Camp Gap
h rrtloochee are maintained u
a" , ..., aa ha been lntl-
b':fi I.-n unrnil that the
that a nnntrart
Liiforthe Parkway, beginning at
'.Tennessee Bald. The letting
'L contract would be of direct
l.(i:o Henderson, Haywood, Tran.
iaria, and Jackson counties, the
..iffisman was toiu.
Jr Weaver .ni omiseu u iaiie mcoc
,;;Mr; to the proper places upon
,:,;, ;n wasningTon.
aneral For Mrs. S.
L Underwood, 78,
Held On Tuesday
jit rite's were held at the home in
lamed' Uie.-Viay auernoon .ior
,, S. L Indenvcoay is, who pass
iiay suddenly about 7 o'clock Mon-
; momir.tr following an illness oi
week.. Heath was due to a
lit funeral services were conducted
he Rev. 11. V. Baueom. pastor. of
; First Bapt ir-t church, and the Rev.
V. Joyr.tr, of Canon, and former
;:cr of the deceased. Interment
;i made at Green Hill cemetery,
artivine are her husband, one son,
'rid F., and two daughters, Mrs.
C. Robinson, of Hazelwood, and
a'.M. liramlett, of Greer, S. C.
Pfifjrers were grandsons of the
MKfiW. F. Brackett, Smiley Car-
S. H. Kelley, Spauldmg Under.
H. C. Robinson, and Cline
!n!e:t, a nephew.
uderwood remains in a criti-
(ondition. . He has been in ill
i.for some time.
io Places Of
wtjme between' four and five
a Mowhy morning1, , a. six
i rock was ,' th rown' through the
e fas? window of Denton's Hard-
Mo fl worth of guns and am-
is thought to have been the
'rails" entered flip vpnr nf W.
X. C. Cafe and took seven
'try cured hams weisrhintr 200
The ham I hinr vnlnpH at
:; what connection the stealing
fans an-l hams had is not
Vanles. the "sang'' thinks so
i tne ham; that they want to
:" tnem from other theives.
'Police denai'tment: stafpH vps-
'" that tin -v have nhnnt four
''ts in m-fh.1 ' v. .nvhla
. ........ n.T- iiic luwauiv
.bu' r.o arrests have been made
m Man Shot
Howell, ;2s, of cystoma, is
-j. uom a nesh wound in his
,:j Mieved to have been at-
j- .oKi.un early Saturday night.
"'111. company with Arthur'
-t, Vers rm inn- ,1 ..u
,i b a pain iX'Oiil
i-wt. back :0f the Purol Service
ii-V two men crouching in
Jf Xf p(lK0 of the Path
i tv Ped the two men to
lf their hnnc -
W doHpa ',!,;.' .-
feofej0 that he hit the
rwj.v '"'. over, and as we
!ng the Pistol fell hp fired.
4TeVn -the: leg.
fi flcVa xay' the alleged hold
;rd;o clue, is had as to
SnEnPle union- .compos-
(t rT' Wes of . the
ilethodUf 1 Monday evening at
ifthe inltureh'ln Ratcliff Cove.
- uary groups were pres-
.'r;:"dev,.':,.., . ' : -
t:lle topic, v'd- ug this
v ltle brnD KC"cra' lmprove-
.Rented ,th,l attendance
;. e- Afw !Vh MaP'e- Grove
:a !n Canton. 1TleeunK
Works Months On
Fair Exhibit Dies
Along witli all the fun ami
amuKeniciits of the Fair, as in life
always there was a touch of. the
IKithetic. Among the uoinrn'
exhibits was displayed u iiiili t nu
tuining 48 Hiblinil s'enes. tin
bi'oidfred on white squaivs. mt
togrethei- with ml inuslin. lis
Ada Lucas, of ('iitni Uranih. the
inuker. had sik-ih months during
the iKist year working on it so
that the quilt would lo mtdy to
exhibit at tho Fair. On Monday
afternoon, prior to ihe opening
of the Fair on TurMlay. Mi.s
Lucas was buried.
Donors Of Blood
Wanted At Hospital
The Haywood County Hospital i.s
desirous of establishing and main
taining a list of people who might be
willing in an emergency to so act as
donors, of blood for tran.-f uioii. at
Such a list of donors would help
eliminate any delay when a trans
fusion. i,s necessary. Frequently val
uable time is lost and not hiIti'mik in
ly a life is lost while a suitable lirtiur
is being sought.
Any healthy adult may give bin i
without any ill effect t himself or lo
of time from work. Men are prefer
able. Those volunteering Wiil reeiive a
complete physical i xamim.JJnn iuid
blood examination and .'typing a! the
hospital without: charge. .
The fee received by the donor will
depend on the patient's ability to pay.'
I'ersOns volunteering for service
should be available by phone: Those
interested should report to Miss Ruth
Hampton, superintendent , at the hospital.
James Sheehan Is
Hurt In Car Wreck
James Sheehan had his back
strained late .Monday afternoon when
a practically new car, belonging, to
his father, Arthur Sheehan, turned
over two or three times on the Dell
The car was badly damaged, the
top and body being severely damaged.
He was alone at the time of the acci
dent. No cause for the .accident was
(liven. The car had been driven but
NUMBER OF DRUNKS
ARRESTED BY POLICE
The Waynesville police Viei.nrtmeiU
have been making a clean-sweep on
drunks during., the past few weeks,
having arrested a number and lodged
them in jail. When a member of the
force -was questioned as to. the cause
of the number of arrests lie stated:
"More are venturing out on the
streets, and we. are bearing down on
TRADES HIS CHRYSLER
Chief of Police James Stringfiold
has traded cars having "swapped"
hi.s Chrysler for an O'.dsmobiio
One c'itisen remarked, when hearing
of the change for the police depart
ment, "Nothing will be missed as
much as Chief's old Chrysler on the
streets. I'm kinda sorry to see lum
, A sure enough gang must have
been loose here Sunday night. The
LeFaine Hotel reported hat an at
tempt was made to rob their place.
The cash drawer being forced open.
Nothing was missing, however.
NO DAMAGE BY FIRE
The fire department was called out
early Tuesday night to the home of
John Warren on Smathers street,
to extinguish a roof blaze. The fir?
.started from a burning rag falling
from the flue. No damage was done.
TO LEAVE FOR NEW JERSEY
P L. Turbvfii:. Jr., plans to leave
here Friday for Elmer, N;-he.
he will spend about a month. He ha?
u orntinir the service star ion m
the Haywood Garage for some, time.
Among the many persons from Way
ville for the game tarday were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Alv.n Vard
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Catkins Mr. tn
g ish, and Mr. William Medford. ,
Rules For Stills
Two Janitors In Court House To
Be Replaced. Another Ses
sion Set For Fridav.
97 Years Old
The Board of County Commission
ers met for their regular first Mon
day session here this week, and after
passing upon genera! routine busi
ness, adjourned tint:! Kri.iay, whir,
they will have another session, prob
ably an all-day em , w;i; :t..i. rXli.
Monday an order w;-, made pving
Bob Ray and Meivin K-rKUM.n r.ot.n
that their places as ;ar.:tirs :n the
court house would be diclareii vacant
on the loth of this month. N,. vtw was
named to fill the places . l tho two
janitors. The third janitor. I'ih'.c"
Coot Allen, will remain o:; du'.v. It
i? (imuituie mat uie two r.ew i.tii.tcrs
will be named Friday, although
is not official.
Drastic changes were made : -.inboard
when they ordered that in
future, and beginning last Monday, .1.,
claims would be paid for captun :
stills, unless the operator was a!.-.,
captured at the time, and that m tl'.i
future, the count v will pav $Hl fo:
iaoh s 1 1 '. i and operator captured aim
t!ie opora'or convicted in Superior
court, or upon the capture of a still
and sufficient information to stcure
inRVii-tiiiii iii Superior court.
The argument 'was made that some
SI. "ill in claims have In en made for
.stiii.-. captured and no one captured
at the time. 'It was also pointed out
that, in many jn.-iaiu-ts stiils were,
captured when Federal Officers Were
vvaiiing until the operators went to
the still in oriier that an arrest might
Another maittr disp.ostd of Monday
was the appropriation of to. the
Home Demon.-t rat ion agent for slip
plii s and: ni ce.-.-it ii s l'o'r: a period o -t
i ing x-tio year.
All .ntonihcrs were lueriitt .at Mot:
.-,;'- m.iting with tin1 exception if
Touring Party Of
Fifty To Be Here
Waynesvilje.will.be host, to about
fifty representatives of travel agen
cies from all over the country, '.when
the party stops here for a short
while about three or four o'clock Tues
day afternoon, which will mark the
second- day of the L',000 mile trip over
the ("arolinas by. the party in an ef
fort to sell North Carolina ' to the
The trip is being sponsored by the
Carolina Motor 'Club, a, 'rid will be
headed by Coleman W. Roberts, presi
dent of the organization..
Tin narfv will leave here tor Sylva
land thence into, the nark for .'about
, .ten , miles, po. l:ng ' the nigbt ?n
i The Chamber of t'oiiimer. o. will
I show ': the vi-itors -oni" rooognil ioti
! and ther.-. -i po--i:'i'i'y that. HaV
i woiiil' aip!i" will hi- given the lar.!y
w hile here.. Wol d- i;i'iviing frltl lln'-e
in charge of the iour stated 'that 'hi
j :nii Would be brief.
John Boyd Named
City Tax Collector
The town board of aldermen on
last Thursday night nann-d. John Boyd
u-: .'d'ty tax collector, to succeeil W al
ter !' t on. n wlin has been tax col
lector for the 'city, for a number . of
"veal's.. '';' .' v
TVitv new tax books are being pie-
. . ' i 1 ...... .. ,
pared and will l0. turneu o er " w ,
new- tax collector ;n the near future,,
proliablv at a scheduled meeting ol
the board the latter pa it "f this w. i ...
Larger Crowds and More
Exhibits At County Fair
il W . ( 1 lit
The fair llus year covers much inure
li'iritory ilian it iliil l.isi year. The
i spaces, between l be tents ami show s
.ire wiiler ami Keep jams from accu-
There is eon-idei able more eaii
eil guilds Ibis year. Soint't liiiiK 'f
eei. ailety. that would make
a peiMiii Willi mi append' want
! . ol.t, st
A ! '-I Li.
' . 1 1 i-'-
Tlio ,.,-irii i o.t r: i s .no . n! : .. r..l ,iu:
I'Iii it Pi ini: ihiriy some ciu-ins Tills
-In.w s Oiai tins i o.i 1 1 is a o.o n r i ..
u ni v reua ni It ss I ,n w ii.i: pur
i: inmhl Pi us. .1
0, L. Ikiguis Named
Chief Of Vire. Dept.
Clark Is Assistant
Thursday n .git:
i 1 a'au riiiei. : am
a , chief i lie : , ,ii p..;,:
to lit!-. t lie ai .mi a 1 : !.y ' !!'
nutioii. i v S. I! . st, , ii-oii 1 1 .a
R. . 11.. t '.'ai k. . -.rip i i :ii:i u.ieii
licli;-, was la.io.d a-.-.-.'.:. a ii: :i
I ': ig: ';: la: 1 .a wri n, .;,.' K i v Icy :-
line whole side of the ivhibi
t ii hi I i iii is iliMHeil In s, huol ex
hibitsall (joiul ami iiiighl) ui-
,W' , i i , .1 1. i noils .1 I he i o u m i Ii . v i
.. . 1 1 -1 1 1 . . y s itb;i n ' 'i oi I- It'-llc'
I : ,ial i ;., i den 'lei I, Mill Co:
. -a liiples of 111. pi .'.In. I :.nie i
ami I In- ". ...I" .1' . 'l. ',
I'lie eoiiKie di-ila of I, reel;
I roe Ten Kiioln Is nili i .as'; well a
a I'pi 1 iillr .
o1: t . ; i tilt ,1 v, en a - 1 o , :o'. -:
( !, in K.:.-;ueialil, .lol-.n l'.ov.l. Udr. t i.V
a,':- -Mi iiatli y, lie oifoid M. i:;.'!i. ,
I r:'.'i;-c:s . Masie. li! Si raiu-e, l':ui.
a:'o .-, W. . II;!', .Cm II ;:c:i.-. Cmi
oung. and Huh lhmieK.
Tru'-tiy, ale J: H. Way, .-eorolaiy
tie.-i-urer. ami K. P, f lark chairman.'
of tiiialice, 1'au! Walker an'd' I'iranci: ;
An inspection lour will be started! .
this weeii I'.v Henry uadiiy. nuioung The.-, t.umy ..u. ties-
inspector; Oscar 1., Briggs, tiro cbiet, Uiere to sln.v w h.i't o
and R. D. Clark, electrical 'inspictor. :,,.ni'. Tin- lust .-i.,i
Where changes are necessary, tbejar. on display.
above committee will ask that the ;un legumes.
owners make the changes immediately . I
Mr Briggs pointed out that l ight I Not many eamlj roasiers are
at this time ol yi iir w .is the worst; iai-ueV .ilian ibe one on displa .
time for lircs, :is lines in many in- i bin ibe pieei; ol i inecl baimi and
stance; became i racked tluri ng t he I the laire X iigiin.i-s(. le ham ju-t
slimmer or lilled with leaves and cob- ; Hboie aiuai'i a lot of aiieiuiini
webs. I i bat llie i'iim -ciiasier woiilil ha i o
Kill say what you will, the
bnolh of Ibe I iiiel .'.! in . I '.ol ill
Viliiiiiii-li.iiioii is "alioo" tar. I'o
see what Ibuse folk 'have iloiie
is he.Mind eoiiiji'i. ion: Thc.O'c
iinl all "worthless I luie evhihil
-til, . ll.O. pi ...
n a n.l can' I . I
of V eh el. I.oal
The, display io l.u r.
Destroyed By Fire
About' 1 ..'10 Tuesday morning, .1 lie
two-story dwelling -house know a- '.he
Ma-.-ey ii opert.v, ami bolnnging to
Wiley -I n ni" , aboiil a mile ami a' half
"'si'. or. t lie J 'elivvooil .iiiii, !', w a oniii
jl. loly i'de.s'ii ' .veil bv lire. ;
I. Ii. Raine, . an.! family, v, ho livi'-d
,,, ' Ii,.. Jioaso' - a.Ma.1 hii; a verv few
p:. v. . of inrm. i.re. A m t,h- f Mr.
Kaino . and fimoly hv. o .op I h" .. o. oini
Hoor an I hare1-;.' v' ,T bel'-on !";;Og
In jaj o.i ' i.v : ' o i .iiir.ii;; I' liia . . I bo
l.lii,. .'.ai :'ed" . ii : he , .'oiai :!"'!-. . A
l;:rgo qiiai.t .IV ( ailn, '!. - ' wa
, 'e -t ro, ,l.i
. Xo iiisiii alioe wa, (ai ! n o on eiliier-th'-'-.
hou-o or t ii r.ri it ii it-. Mr, -.lames
.-itn'ed that :! .'Would co. ;- about. $M,ohO
to Ooplaoe the ll U.-e. He had liliiMlied
, , , ; , t :'. oi k: oil he -hou-e 'l lii- liiolit.h.
at.': sh'M-l ,i.i-i s: : iritit ol v -V (till in lnak
ing. ojiuo i Si i ti L''
T'(.e ': Waync-yilie . fire department;,
v,;:s railed, bill when fbe.v got .there
the - holi-e .v!i- .ablaze all (ivor ani.l
t!i. ri was ir il: winter availalile. ;.Tlio
tire wmi, (iWnvercd .-.ifter it had ..made.
...V-Idi i aide headway. ';
fit ten ni bei wise.
Vl s li is
ic.l I I, ilia I
'.' II !:
nt. 1.. 1 Io
inl , it'll,
. Till' 4 I 111 Ml llnllle I 1 1 1.l II-1 I .t -liull
ge'l.ll. ,lss M.l r M.Mt-ll'l
Mnilh bail a -plomliil i xhihii in
tlio l aic, -li.'iiili:: Ibe clubs lhal
bad lu'i'ii or;:aiiii'il .-cm I lie -o
i -4 till 1 1 1 ll ll i I it's in ulm ll she hopes
In n i f. i I i lulls. The -III, ill haiiso
al l i at leil i no-i Ii in hie ;ni lil '.ii,
mil only 1 1 oni 1 i line mi I, ei -. hu t
Hi I - pei j e homo lll.ll,el-' lite
III f If gills liellli loall. tie leave
tin- liooU ill liny eoiibl liinl
iiiil lliow ibe plai i' looked on I li
ni ni ; ' ,A -'
,i ho n i i .
O-.'i, i ll
1 1 1 : i
The display of , a home vege
table aaiden by Mr-. Ilini;, Ijan
eis, eiiiilaiiied many . ejir ja hie-, ie
iiall.v fiilind only in Hie -ii'ing in
Ibis seiiiiin and iIiiiioii-i i a nil ibe
,iisjl)ilitii's of a I er. i nl' -nl'iiK
I bis i onilllllliil y.
Mrs. Doyle Alley Named Head
Of District P. T. A. Tuesday
:', i'liK'. ..
.;' All ,
, J. exainpl
I la ' -':
,r s 1 1 j iii
With 300 delegates in attendance,
the seventh annual conference oi tae
Western District of the Parent an;.
Teacher Association was hi ,(t , .w
Tuesdav, the sessions convening in- tne
First Methodist church. . .
. Mr D, D. Alley was elected pie.-h
dent of the district; organisation, suc
ceeding Mrs., Wilbur Devendoif, of
Asheville. who was presen ed a life
membership-in the association. . ..
Other officers elected at this time
were- Mrs; II. Buck, of Murphy, first
vice president; Mrs. Guy Roberts, of
nnfidii ..i r-rimi vice president ; Mrs.
jack Messer, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. A. J. Franklin, of Bryson City,
recording secretary; Mrs, F. B. wat
kins,' of Morganton, historian, and
Mrs. J. W. Russell, of Canton, treas-
UThe election of the officers follow
insr the "eport of he nominating com
mittee composed of . the fo11ow,n:r
members: Mrs. E. L, McKee. o
Svfiva: O. ..S. Dillhrd. KTamier;
Mr Ernen Walker,. of. Morganton;
Sl,x Charles Hu-tehinv PurnsviOlv
j r,. w F rlnrke. of Ashevillt
The morning session opened itn
an organ p. elude by Mrs. W. L.
Mafney and a vocal so!o by Mrs. Fred
Martin- An inspirational number
was given by Rev, Paul Hardin, Jr.,
ami greetings were -extended, by-Jack
.Messer, superintendent. . of the Hay
wood county schools, to which Mrs.
J. W. Vernon, of Morgiiftoii re
After a short business scs-sibr. an
address w'as given by Mrs. W. Ii.
Avcock, of Raleigh, State president,
who spoke on "The Parents part ; in
the education of the child," in which,
she stressed the . vital part of the. I .
T. A. should: take in the . life ' -.the
The principal .Kwire.-'? ..'of the morn?
ing . session : was l delivered by ''
A. Invin, state superintendent of fntb.-.-lie
instruction., His ubioct. ivs- ' 1 i;;
Modern Parent Krjows the School,
While there is. still much , to work
for, he expressed . the: thought that
North Carolina is again on its. way
cdu'jatio'i. He commeiiV'i "
Asheville . voters, who had ..recently I
a,,..,;. nXciht. for ih.m' iti have a !
,o ,,,t, n. vy , . i I
nine months term, lie looKen lorwam
to the day when the state would
have a 12 grade standard to offer the
Other features of the morning ses
sion were: A talk by M.r. Curtis
Bvnum, of Ashevillo, on the Katherine
" (Continued on rape Five)
Tile e.'inneil gonils di-i);iyed hy
Ibe Hand '' the sky oilier, of ibe
piodiiets, grown in Haywood and
s,iiM'd lo many distant points in
Ibe I . S. A., weie a -"in e or
much pride t all Ibe loyal eili
z.ens wlio iewed ibem.
The panlryl display I v Mrs. Mur
ray J-'iignson ...of; alrticl.es made from
tlio pi'iiihiots of the Jonathan Koller
-IiII, w ere Isplenilid pri of 'of I how much
Mori- th" i it iz' ns of Hayu'iod coulil
liv" ;Vt home than, thiy Jo. ' There
W ere light arid lluffy I'a kes hakeil
fioin Jlaywouil llowei', brarij miilliris
from bran, biscuits, rolls anil many
Other Hems in which flour is us"l.
The two free aets daily always
drew crowds from evorjihiiig else
'ven ibe f:in-dane'r,
. Soine Haywood w-oiiion have lieen
j.iipini: in. uyer-time. on handiwork
this past year- 'cause its there, .'and
sorii'.' mighty beautiful pieces.
: TIm- exhibit tbiit is (-t-'ttin the
most attention' is the one of eon
si'i'vation and development in
which the forestry service and K.
1. llaynes, ttxidennist of Canton,
Tlie booth includes a moving pie-'
(Continued on hack page)
Secretary Smith Sees This
Year's Fair Surpassing That
Of Last Year Hv Far
I he fecund annual Haywi od County
1 loom.s to out-shadow that of
a-t cai- in every respect, was the
- ant g ven late yesterxiav bv W. ll.
Smith, sectary of the Huvw-ood
lounty lair Assecint ion, who has
beet) in , ha, of mnsl of the ac
tivities. Mr. Smith reportial that the inter
est as well as attiiulinrc thus far
will surpass that of last year. There
ti'-e more exhibits, ami ail aic of a
better nature than last viar, lie r,'
ported. Vcstcrday being school day brought
tin' attemlaiKc to a new reenrd, with
the total of paid admissions to a
".sa.isfai -tory" t,gu,e. The liarmo
l.ua contest yesterday morning drew
a large irowd. while flic stunl.s and
dances by the .various, schools were
Robert Hill, of Wa. nes ille. was
.! via n d w ,im. i In die hai moni.-a
"i.:, : , w it I, llomei Snyder, of Clyde,
-' en.1, arid i ', i . ( only, of l 'anion,
In tin s;n!f, ?,.-( liel took first
I'l.n e and l'la-t aviicsville second.
1'h dan. e team from Bethel al-o
'ok lir-t place, with Civile coming
tn foi , oiid; ! ine.s Creek third in: I
Wavncs v ii .e i cci lying totn tli.
No .Ii-ordi i .was .reported ainong l lie
erawal, only one ma u . being I a n ested
ui.tjll late, yi-'lci-d.-iy. f'Vw gained
i nt ranee ni lie;- t ban t In oiipii 1 he
pates. A four ; rand bin bo, I w are
!', lie- V n ' i-i nt: I I he , i:t , ia Pan r
I h" o .' n. i . I t he w m.'i ng ' alio
c : , :l i.o .ia ... ... . a follow : . I : ai.iCo -
l'"d. in : j r:;-. : .ll.m. hay , , oi..l
i'l -o : .1,'hti liic. i , lliii. i ; I i;t ol
Sin. i ! i . I'o-i ' I h ; CI . ( , I 'il l in. i .1.1 I .;' h l'i li .
I I! her i Mhiin; or.. n ; ho . ui.g
.: if v i - : ' I ::i! lyle .laiiir , J( I'alm. ,
Ilia and llelep ll:pps. I'l , y li,- mi Uliok
ill, and Mary- Joe i low ell.
Will lie Is' HI .1 he el.nor el; , f exhibi
tion weie: .lobu Iii ii,,, In: I ail, I -i.v-oiid
prize'; '-Jack linger, third; .bo
Palmer, fourth, and anu" Kay, lifth.
fl'.vners of the winning entiles, ill
the fat. pic, show wi io .loliii Kngei .
and Bill Leopard.
Todtiy the oil. nrs lioiil liilfeteht
i i Tli 1)1 nil il it's -"will compote.
I hi l-'riifav .a special i. h i bil inn i f
cattle Will be shown, ami on .Sa I tj i da y
interest wil i nli i an mill lior-i
;md lit i il
-A 1 1 n ' -: ! lifly al 'einli , the .niero: : ,;
llll i llllg of the Boo- ti I Cliio;. II.1ZI !
wo, i, a n,1 iho Koiarv Chili,- here ia ;
I'l-idiiy nigln. Ton! P. ,1 nni'oii, form
or lliiywiioil ,. I: 'en, now" a new.-. pap' r
man of f b.u loll'-,- wa.'- Ibe o no -i j.i I
peake,- o l ! lie' i:-i IlIMp, lb w a . h
pi I-I Iii
.d. 01 of
K ... alii
io of Hi,
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t i-odu, i d 1, -Wc.iiaiii M, .If, -!,
1 il l V of t he Rir'Jl hy' I
M l in I i ,, f : i a II,
ill! I'oluoo.j bv I,. M.
C.ha i !' . I'l. Kay ii:'i ,
Nil lis ' aiiol giiosl :-.
Among .the viilor.:
Mil., (i're'el.1, vii.i' - in ( -
l.a wi i in e . . (.cat hi i '
Iloobai!,: of A Cla
Jh; .Brei-i; lib., iin'
p.'ui.v. . .l r. (ari i ii, ni a li-.v liiiri.ito .
i li! !ille,:- I lie polo u- of. t lie cotnpaiiy
-war. I I heir employer,., am., also tbelr
a'. I ;f ude lowaial the. i inn m un it.y ' at
ia rgi- .
Mr. Jimison, lifter .'recalling '-m'a'i;'i
i'-.m: mi no tli .. of the "old days'' in
wliich lie in i.t iom-'i the iiurnes. of
some of. those present,, he iioiiifi'd oiii
that, the world .was trying to "live
ahead of itself,, inl th;it . "I he; "'majority,
of the people were living ahead of
their mi'tnis, and that was the great
est trouble with the nation of today.".
The speaker In. l.idi 'l .quite. '.a bit
of wit and humor in his address, end
ing with a dramatic and fitting story.
A numbi r of those present were
called upon for brief remarks, aud i'
was. the gen'-ral opinion of tlie-e
present. to make the inter-city meet
ings a semi-annual' affair:-.
At the conclusion of the meeting,
numbers were drawn for . prizes
ranging from a shirt to shaving out
fits ,ten of these were given out. .
Mr. "Van" J'resto.n, accompanied l.iy
John West, gave two solos, and also
led the group in ii number of favorite
Dr. S, I Gay Heads
Dist. Dentist Unit
At the loth annual meeting of the
First District-'Denial Sociity of Xorth
Carolina which r.vem . in. Hender
sonville, on Monday of this Week, Dr.
S. I'. Cay, v.". elected president for
1930... In' ad'iition to this rcoogrd'mn
Dr. Gay al-o had an, important -t
on the program, of the meeting,
er officers . who will sei Ve , with.' Or.
Gay are: Dr. S. E, M- -er, of Gas
tonia, vice-president, Dr. Charles S.
McCall, of Forest City; fecrotar?
'.reasurer, and Dr. Davis Abernathy,
cf Hickory, editor,