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NO. 52
England-Walton Co.
Employees To Have
10th Annual Tree
Over 1,000 Yards of Tinsel and
100 Lights On This Year's
33-Foot Tree
The tenth annual Christmas tree
-e!i' Ration of the England-Walton
I'ompany, will be observed Monday
night on the lot near the company's
nice at b:l; o cJooK.
This year's tree is a 35-foot spruce
ant) 'is the most elaborately decorated
n the ten years which the company
na sponsored. 1 bis year s tree will
have over 1,000 yards of tinsel; one
handred 4U-watt lights, which is the
wjuivalent to 800 ordinary Christmas
tree lights. Many other decorations
will also be used.
Io give some idea of the vast
..mount of work it took to decorate
the tree, it required three men two
Jays to complete the job. This year's
tree was erected under the instructions
of L. M. Richeson, superintendent of
the plant, a week earlier than usual.
The entire community looks for
ward to the England. Walton tree in
tact it has become a community af-
tair. ;
Each, of the 250. men' at the plant
and his children, are given bags con
taining fruits, nuts and candy. This
year over 700 bags have been pre
pared. Four hundred pounds of candy,
four hundred pound . of outs and
eight hundred oranges being required
to fill the bags.
Santa Claus will be there in person
- io deliver the bags to the employees
and the children,
Besides the Christmas tree pro
gram, the men of the plant are paid
for Christmas Day, although the plant
is closed.
Many Christmas
Apples Are Being
Shipped From Here
According to the owners of the
Barber Orchards, the aDDle cron of
the past season was only a thirty-three
.mil a inira per cent crop and the poor
est in several years. The dry weather
"t June materially reduced the size of
np iruit, but has not impaired the
delicious .flavor .of the apples, nor
"-ntnvise taken from the extra tine
jiuahty of the fruit from these well
viowu orchards.
.. itigardless of the crop to date
;J'e than 1,000 Christmas baskets
voiding . one bushel each, have been
-hipped to places covering a wide
, area. They have been sent from Briton,
Connecticut, to Tampa. Fla., and from
Amanlla, Texas to Richmond, Va.. in-
udir.g the following other states:
Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee, Geor
gia, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missis
sippi. The apples distributed each
Jar by this orchard are among the
best advertisements of this section.
' -ans are now under way for ex-tensive-sprayintf-
in the spring'--as
-u.r Barber states, that it is necessary
to take the same care each year of
the trees, regardless of how little or
much they bear if a desirable aver
age crop is to be obtained.
Stores To Remain
Open Evenings
Announcement was made las
night that the stores in the com
munity would remain open on
Monday -anj Tuesday evening-;
to accomodate late shoppers.
The stores here reported good
crowds Saturday, in spite of the
extreme cold .weather the of
ficial reading for h'rMay nigh:
being three degrees above.
Special Services
On Christmas At
St. John's Church
Ila-vs arc all ready for the Annua!
Midnight Mass at -St'. John's Catholic
church according to Father Howard
V. Lane. The Mass will begin 12:01 on
vnnstmas f,ve, December 24th. The
cnureh with the Crib and many can
Ala.: ...ill l. ii'l . , .
vv-r, i-.ui ue preiuiy- oecuratedi in
evergreens and holly. The musical
program , will be under the direction
of the Choral Club of New College, a ;
I'rocesoional Krie f rum (he Mass in
rJ. Flat.
Introit It Came Uiion a Midmirht
ciear Medival.
Gradual 4) Little Town of Heth-
lehem Redner.
Offertory Hark. The Herald An
gels Sing Mendelssohn.
O Come All Ye Faithful 17th Cent.
Communion Silent Night (Iruber.
O Lord I am Not Worthy.
Recessional O Come All Ye Faith
iMasses will celebrated on Christ
mas Day at 9 and 11 o'clock. The
churchy will be open each night until
New Year's Eve so all may come to
see the Crib and bring their children.
Little souvenirs of cribs will be given
to the children.
All are invited to these services.
New Sunday School Building
Mr; Gill Named
Head Of Electric
Power Company
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2 In Jail Charged With
Fatal Stabbing of Man
Photo by SluTriJl'fj Ktutllo
This is the front viow of the New Baptist Sunday School building wlifch
will lie formally dedicated on Saturday evening December 2S.
To Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Christmas Tree
Held In Big Bend
The Big Bend section enjoyed their
pC0.nd Christmas tree of the week
"'day, when the adults and children
ot the Bend assembled at the school
and received gifts and Christmas good-
RJ" ' had 1,66,1 sent in through
wert H. Gibson, welfare worker.
n last Tuesday Mr. Gibson and
ss Ida Jean Brown assisted Miss
wj,ian Odum, teacher in the Bend, in
vhnstmas tree program for the
"""rn.- inev DrovidpH the rh IHrMI
A 1'eceiit copy of "Time" carried
the story in. the Business and Fi
nance section of the maL'azine. which
announced the election of Joe Jlenrv
Gill, of Miami, as the new head of
Electric I'ower and Liirht Com nan y.
Mr, Gill was a former vice president
ot the .National Power and Light
summoning a repair crew of
Texas school of Engineering of the
State University, was th head of
the Florida Power and Light Company
during the 1926 hui-ncane which
blew aw;ay his home, leaving him
stranded in the waters near Miami.
The hurricane also blew away 1,500
miles of transmission' line, leaving
ou.uuo customers without service.
Summoning a repair rrew of
3,400 men who slept in thevr trucks,
President Gill rebuilt his syetem in
oO days.
Mrs. Gill has Epent the past several
summers in Waynesville, renting each
year the apartment on the property
of Judge t rank imathers. During
her stay here she has made many
friends, who look forward each year
to her return.
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It. W. HAK'd.M
I'lmto liv Shcriill
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mil Mrs. liaucom will eflebrate tln'ir L' .j 1 1 1 -wedding iiiniiwvkiit '"'
th.'-nnd- at th- 'same time th.fl new Sumliiv School anii' x will Ii"
Tin- pastor and ru wife have i'i-iU'-st'd that tlii'v be .tiv nu
that the money be ijiven to payinn "ff thi- debt of builduiK the
S: 1 1 u I'd a v .
Kifts, but
All pastors of the citv, and their wives will be in the receiving line, is
well .in several from out of town.
Mrs H N Harbor is general chairman of the prKraii, and announced
that the general public and friends of Rev. and Mrs, Haucom are invited
1 to attend.
The following subscriptions have
1 been received since last week:'
Nathan Rogers, Route 2, G. L.
'ith candy and nuts sent in by the Hampton, City, American Cafe City,
feundav seimi . r i I J. H. Carper. Lake JunaluskajMaeene
Siler. ' ss U1 Mls- 1U E. Burnette, Route 2, Eva FcJrgusSn,
Baltimore, Md., N. C. West, Clyde,
Joe Browning, Clyde, D. I. L. Smath
ers, Clyde, Dewey Snyder, Clyde, Mrs.
Sallie Duckett, Route 2, Rufus How
ell, Route 2, Delia Freeman, Route 1,
Ada Calhoun, Lake Junaluska, E. N.
Messer, Cove Creek, Mrs. C. R. Byrd,
High Point, Noah Hajrison, Route 1,
W. H. Noland, City, J. B. Davis, Clyde
Route 1, Dr. I. B. Funk, City, W. R.
Blanton, Hazelwood, W. T. Queen,
Hazelwood. '
J. W. Crawford, Route 1, Julius
Williams, Clyde, Route 1, The Misses
Semmes, Chicago, 111., G. V, Howell,
Route 2, W. T. Wilson, Route 1, R.
I.. Davis. Tove Creek. F. D. Brad-
Blessed shaw, Route 2, Will Spicer. Route 1,
New Park Theatre
To Open Christinas
The second section of today's
paper is devoted to the opening
of the 15,000 Park Theatre
here Christmas day.
Some interesting tacts about
the new theatre will be found in
the second section.
Annual Christmas
Tree Will Be Held
On Christmas Day
11. e annual (.oinmumty flu intmas
lice which is sponsored each year by
Omui- I.. Uriels, the Woman's ( lub,
and other public .spirited oitiwhs,
v. as placed on the court house grounds
on Friday and. on Saturday was light
ed up. Aside from the hannines
it K'ves each year to the vhiUbren' In
the town, it adds, much to fostering
me k.nrwimas spirit on ftluin street
as it can be seen troin one end to the
I he program and distribution of
gills will take place at four o'clock on
Clyi.stiiias Day. Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr.,
is tne cnairnian ol arrangements' from
the Woman's Club, and she and her
committee have been at work during
the past, week milking the final nlaris,
Mr. Kriggs, who takes as his year
round hobby the mending of toys for
the tree, han bit'u busy since lat
January at work on broken toys, that
now look like new, anil will bring
untold ( hristma : nV i the children
re i -vine them.
Uiflord And Clarence Moore In
Jail. Hubert Stanley Hied In
Hospital Last Night
Hiii'cii Stanley, :
the "Hi, aliiu.' 'nine
( "iintv Hospital !at
hi nu, lis the result
ibcuit .'t.'i, ,ieil on
' the llavwood
i' Jsaturdav alter
ol a Knife stab
Real Estaie
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l!i i ni ili il in Morula
of I Iti-, Week)
s; I'ciow the heart.
K. . Welch and Noble hergus'on,
ineinbcis id !lie slienlf's ollice made
an immediate investigation, anil ar
,iesteu Clillord Mnote, an employee
ot the Unagusta Mamilact unite; Com
pany, at Hazelwood. Hie tragedy took
place on Highway No. 10, near the
Belle Mead,. Service' Station.
Seine line ater Moore was arrest
id, Ins brother, ( la lence, gave U) to.
Deputy iiul iis Hall, stating that he
understood lie was wanted m eon
luvtion with the affray, bill was jii
noeeTi!, Only .meager details could he oh
taiiicd last night. It was said that
Stanley was i riiiii Sylva, and sold
shrubbery..' Ollicers r ported that he
had been arrested lor being drunk
some tune ago.
It was also learned that Stanley
and conic ot the .Moore laiinlv had
hud Koine trouble, over a dog. A num
ber of the sheriff's department said
indications were that it was a "drunk
en brawl.'
Clarence Moore had been on relief,
it was reported.
A hearing will be given both men
on Monday. '
An official of the Unagus.ta Man
ufacturing Company told this paper
Saturday night that Clifford had been
with them tor about two years, and
had made a good workman.
Library Benefit
Ball To Be 'Given
New Years Night
Christmas is almost here in the time worn phraseology the
saddest sweetest time of the year Yet true to-day as it was
when first written It is a time of entertainment and of family
reunion a time when one remembers how old one is how quick
ly time is beginning to pass and the vacant places at the family
table seem more vacant at Christmas we find ourselves thinking
back last Christmas and the year before.
WPa5" A- Hyatt sent from the
. A,s"ig room many useful gifts
Nothing. The entire settlement was
were for the program. The 45 chil
dren were sent away happy.
Father Lane Gives
Town Large Wreath
The large Christmas wreath in the
"Lnr of the
street at the Post
And yet to the tender world of childhood Christmas is a mil
lion miles away but as we grow older time's circle moves more
rapidly and Christmas will follow Christmas almost too fast to
keep pace with our pocket books One writer has said that "th3
mere space of yesterday is between the young heart that yearned
for the filled stocking and the old feeble heart that may never
throb another Christmas Day."
-lleavordam 1 owiishrp'
Mi... ( omeha U .,.,.! to I i,,., 11
W: 1. I iinlcy to .lames ( urleV
A. K. lioberyon to-Uobert H. (hiwen
H. .1, (larren to H. W. Holf.claw.
. ! oster Hargrove to Mr. and .Mrs
. . llorton..
.Mary . Martin to W. 1!. Stanley.
Ll.ura .1, Hendersdn to Moyd Hen
K. V. Lane to 11. 11. Lane.
Clyde Township
('. Ii. Jones lo (.'. A. Mooney.
Fines 'Creek -Township
A. I. Duckett to (L N. U'dford.
Iron Duff Township
J. M- Dotson to Maggie Chambers.
Jonathan Creek Township
J. S. Hiifrrell to James Franklin.
l'igeon Township
K. C. Idbetter to J. Jl. Owen.
AVaynesville Town.shtn
T. C. Abernathy, Trustee, to Home
Lrwners Ixian Corp. .
A. T. Ward to W. H. Hurgin.
Nicey Bermee Mills to Harvey
Lucy .White Hyatt to E. J. Hyatt.
T. W. Ferguson to D. L. Haney.
Metropolitan Realty Corp. to R. T,
C. Liquidation C)rp.s.
W. E. Wilson to Swan Hendrix.
Margaretta Hahn to W. B. Council.
Wa3 pHven rt U V.i TTit-l,
r 'Mne in memory of thp first
lof thl"3 Uask. G?d to bless all L. Davis, Cove" Creek, ' F
"A merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" These are
immortal words they suggest happy firesides lighted trees the
babble of little children the repeated handshake of friends the
ready offering of good will a sign from some. friend" who' still
remembers a neighborliness that warms our hearts a season
(Continued on back page)
Miss Babbie Way, who is attending
the State University has arrived from
Chapel Hill, and .will spend the com
ing fortnight a the guest of her
)a rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Way.
Mil- sii ..iii annua! .'ev Yrai'- Ball,
or- the benefit . of the Vavnesville
.ihiar.s, .iiniiMiieo by j he members
.j .the Seven ( lub, will, be . givefi on
v'eu .") ear s Day, in i!ie ball mom of
the with the homvj t nun
10 t i o'clock. Elaborate seasonal
ili.ioi aiioii -.ate bejinr tdatmed to- the
occasion, ami inusif will he fiiinish-
d by tli,, .lluci-aneers ol A.; le villi. .
A v.roiiT) ol the .youngv se' of the
town will sell ticket anil evervhody
ill : the- (.mimunitv will he urged to
buy whether' .or not they iiHend the
ball, since it is a means of . giving
.vonie. assistanie to this deserving
cause, tor with the exception of a
few rental books; the Waynesivlle
I.ibri'.ry bonks are now circulated tree
of charge.
Each of the stores in town will have
a sponsor, as well as the various or
ganizations. An (novation this year
will be the out of town sponsors who
will be invited lrom the neighbor
ing towns.
Keen interest centers in the -affair,
which will be the outstanding social
even', of .-the Christmas season.
Mrs. R. J. Caddis and Miss Wilsie
Stanley left on Thursday for New
port News, Va., where they will spend
the winter.
Mr. Davis Rogers, student of Em
ory and Henry, has arrived and will
spend' the Christmas holidays with
his family on Route 1, near Clyde.
Mr. Mack Davis, who is attending
Davidson College, is now the guest
if relative mHorida, but mtiII ar
rive on Christmas Eve and spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Grover C. Davis.
Mr. John C. Murphy, who is a stu
dent at the University of North Car
olina, is in town and will spend the
vacations as the guest of his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy.
Mr. Tom Taliaferro, of Raleigh,
will arrive on Tuesday and ioin Mrs.
Taliaferro and you son, Walter, at
the home of the latter's mother, Mrs.
Maria Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patlrick were
called to Franklin during the week on
account ol the illness and death of
the )atter's mother, Mrs. J. B, Pen-dergrass.
Miss Helene and Mrss Mabel Coffev
arrived on Thursday from Carson and
Newman, where they are students this
year and will spend the Christmas
holidays as the guests of their par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. R. J. Coffey.
The Weather
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