J wAY?AsyiLLE Mountaineer
News Events of
Published In The Cm,r,t c t u , -ILi JL-J
jecoun Seat of Haywood Countv At The Eastern Entrance nf Th r s c ,
rrrrTT ' France of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
VOL. XLVIII NO
.MRS. COOLIDGE GOES TO
h' n the North German Lloyd
r liremen left New York. Wetl
f last week, for Europe,
anient her passengers was Mrs. Grace
(li.tl:ui' Coulidee, widow of the 30th
prt-jiU'iit of the United States. On
liit. pier, at the ticket office, strict
stv;tiy was observed, concerning her
l.i.ss.ii;e. Ever since her husband
a. til January 5, 1933, Mrs. Cool
iiltif has avoided the limelight. Last
htpK iiihcr, in order to give her more
seclusion, a wire fence was put around
j),r Northampton home.
urge Jew Plan For
To Urge State Commission To
Base Allotments On First
Four Month's Attendance
.WAYNESVILLE. X. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
NINETY FIRST BIRTHDAY
i;iihu Root, Secretary of War un
ci, r ('resident McKinley, winner of
tin Xul't'l 1'ence Prize, member of
the I'ernianent Court of Arbitration
.,: Tlic Hague, planner of the I'er
1'iain II,! I 'ourt of International Jus
! ice. celebrated his ninety first blrth
!. i"i Saturday. The Carnegie Cor
poration of New York, presented to
lie t'uuncil on Foreign Relations, a
uiizc bust of Mr. Root,
. snlent of the Council.
FIGHTS FIRE IN
Coiiin up 41 floors in a midtown
ckysn iper. in New York City on Sat
urday night, firemen fought the blaze
in Hit- cilice of Samuel Rosoff, subway
vii! rac tor. Three enirine son.Kla
' skyward by elevator to pre
the spreading of the flames to
.sections of the gigantic build-
Mini-day. administration force
;' nato passage of the $"1(1(1,(111(1, -il
l control. The bill, now cues
.ipmiso. The Senate coio ,.n
?'? 1 1 days f debate during which
"lr,sl"es constitutionality was
'nail, iieil and defended, was all to
- NH'liorters argued it was con
' "'""'i me Miprome Court s
i!iter.n.!.-,tin f Congress' a ppropri-
.i.umoriiy in its decision killing
:lie AAA which this soil bill is intend-
I io replace.-'
TWO FIRES IN CHICAGO
s'"ni''Iay two fires, with damages
s'in.to.l ;u $.;50.000 called out. into
zero weather, all available ap-Mraue--.
.j Chicago. Twenty persons.,
iehi.li.g, a ,l,,z,. women were in
,''i!i 'l w hen an explosion' jiiVn:n..ti..
' 1" inieals. following a fire wrecked
Arrow Match Company. In an
'-rA' Paper box factory wa
Hn.'GINs SAFETY CHIEF
A M Huggins, of Favetteville, has
"en named safety director of the
(,'ar" '"a Motor Club and will imme-
"''.y enlarge and intensify the
u i, a,'ilk'nt prevention program.
lr. iluiri'ins hat, Ivun r hi.
n-olina Motor Slub for manv
i'i various capacities.
The Haywood school masters went
rl V tl-lr month'y meeting
m Canton this week, favoring seek
ing action from the state school com
mission to base teacher allotment on
average daily attendance of student
for the first four months of the school
a Because of bad weather after the
first four month .f t, ........ l.
v ..0. jrni, uie HI-
tendance is cut down, especially among
-.-c fiouw, ii was explained
Superintendent of the Canton
.Schools, A. J. Hutchins, was in charge
of the program, and was also named
to contact school authorities in west
er" counties regarding the plan.
H- Bowles, superintendent of the
VVaynesville Township schools, said
the average attendance here now is
ten per cent lower than that of the
first four months nf th chi
with the greater number being ab-
oem irom ine hrst few grades.
This will bring the average attend
ance down to such a low point for the
year, that it will in all probability i
mean the loss of several teachers for :
ine coming year, he explained.
At the meeting in Canton, it was
decided to have the annual Haywood
County Day on April 16th. Definite
plans will be announced later.
Sarah Welch To
Chapter In Contest
Miss Sarah Welch, dauirhter of Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Welch, member of the
senior class of the high school, has
been selected to represent the Dofcas
Bell Love Chanter nf llu, li.,..i,i,.
of the American Revolution in the
state contest for the Ruth Hrvan Owen
Citizenship award. The contest was
inaugurated last yeir and i awarded
to one girl m each state, with the
forty-eight winning girls being given
a trip to Washington. I). A'.., during
the week of. the National Congress of
the D. A. R., with expenses paid
The selection locallv is made by the
student body and faculty.
The awaivl is lmsei) on Mm .i..
dent's activities both in ,.,) f
. - ,, aWL H
scnooi, scholarship and general citi
zenship for the th .find :t Imlf J'n-iv..
of high pchooL 'If Miss Wilt h s re rd
keeps to her present stamiard, for
the remainder of the term, she will
be eligible for the citizenshin medal
given by the local chanter nt" com.
mencement. Last vear Mis Anne
IVc-k,, of Lake Junaluska, roci'ived
Pilot Reveals Secret Of Why Plane
Failed To Fly At Fair 25 Years Ago
A twenty-five-year-old "secret , soline .i k... ,.:,
$1.00 1EK YEAR IN ADVANCE
nits neen revealed.
A quetwn that has been asked
hundreds of times, and a topic
that has been the subject of
many conversations for the past
yaw, will no longer remain a
"Why didn't the plane flv at the
Ha.vwood County fair in 1911?"
1 his past week, the pilot of that
plane told The Mountaineer the
whole story. The pilot, Mr. Hugh
1. Oratz, of Louisville, who was
booed and made all manner of fun
of in 1911, came back here last
week to speak before the Rotary
Club, and after the meeting re
vealed the secret.
Mr Gratzs, and his partner,
signed a contract to fly at the fair
and at that time flying was
quite an added attraction to the
Mr. Gratz' partner wa bitterly
sore because he ftdt that flying
in this high altitude would be most
dangerous, and did not want to
keep the contract, but Mr. Grata
intended to keep the bargain made
with the fair officials, ami shipped
the plane on here for the event.
He was aware of the fact that
at this altitude that the motor
would require high-test gasoline.
Not knowing whether he could
get the required fuel here, he had
hve gallons put in a van and
wrapped then boarded a train in
Louisville for Waynesville.
A short distance out of Louis,
ville, the conductor smelled the
gasoline, and became afraid that
the fuel might catch on tire, and
ordered Mr. Gratz to depose of
the gasoline at the next stop.
He came on, thinking that cer
tainly some high-test gasoline
would be available in Asheville,
but he wa mistaken. The only
gasoline on sale there was "regu
lar" gasoline, which at that time
was just about like ordinary ker
'Mr. Gratz came on to Waynes
ville, assembled his plane and
poured in the "regu:ar" gasoline,
knowing all the time he would
experience difficulty in getting off
the ground, if he even got that
far, but nevertheless he was de
termined to give the folks the
best show possible.
The large crowd assembled to
witness the flight, and Mr. Gratz
carried the plan,, around the field
several times, but to no avail.
Several times he lose to about ten
feet, but no higher. The crowd
roared that he was afraid to fly
in the mountains, but the real
reason was .the fuel.
He also retailed the man wno
was almost drunk, who held onto
the plane as it rose to the maxi
mum of ten feet, thinking he
would get a free ride. The plane
quickly came to earth, dragging
the man along the ground,
scratching ami bruising him
At the time he made no expla
nation, except to say he was
sorry that he couldn't get the
plane off the ground to fly
Just Sentenced For
Crime Committed in 1900
This Is an exclusive phniotiiaiih,
and the unly one iiulilisheil. of Alice
'hilliis who was sentenced front ' S
inonlliM In iln cc years for u m in .i i-r
l' 1 1 M 1 111 j I'd I ., 11
fTlle above picture whm nnnle .1 f,.,e
hours liefori- he
K ( I'hoto hv
Drs. Osborne And
Smith Open Offices
In Dr. Way Place
Two Homes Were
Sold This Week
nl profcUnv of Hay
hits been increased by
, in the location in Way
week of Dr. Dudlcv W
I'ATAF.ITIES ON HIGHWAY
mi .' - ui wne Kineo.
V .. .. "J"I,- MV ctULOIOOOIieS 1 II
M.n.n (.arolma last month, the small
motor fatalitv 1;t i;i,
;xi( since April, 1934., In January,
' '. Were L-illr.,1 J c ,i
. l"- .v one of the 61 fatal accidents
,.'l'u ,! a woman driver. Out of
uw cars were involved in four
J'alX of'the Interior Iekes has
raH-,1-'., ! name f "Blue Ridge
i-afr y' r the Federal bigh
rr"7 cthe,Snandoah Valley to
Pari moky Mountains National
clina' V,1'nia and XortH Cai'-
Funeral Held For
Mrs. B. Evans Tucs.
Funeral services were held on Tues
day -afternoon for .Mrs .J 1',,'iin-t
Evans,; 4!i, who died on Sunday at It)
IV M; at the Haywood Counts- Hos
pitaC, from the Baptist church at
Maggie. Rev. Frank IeatherWoofl an.l
Rev. P. C. Hicks oflici.i.ted lnt.rm.,n
wa.s in. the Lowe cemetery.
Mrs. Evans was active in the com
munity and will be greatly missed. !
She was the daughter of the late Mr
and Arj-s. John ;Coker. : She is sur
vived by her husband and five voirs.
Hear Dr. Hunter
Smith and his wife. I,
Ihirne, both having ha(
training for their work.
Dr. Osborne is the daughter of Mr
and Mi. H. a. Osborne, of Canton
and has just returned from San
I rancisco t practice medi in,. ,,
surgery in Haywood countv. Follow
ing her graduation from the medical
school ' of Vahderbili thtiweuif . .1w.
i spent three years at the Woman's and
i diildrens Hospital in San Fram-sco
ie(-iing a broad tramine- in the
diagnosis and surgical care peculiar
to the diseases of -women ami chil
dren. For the oust t,i. c.i
lowing her interheship there, she has
been resident surgeon, direct ing the
large daily outpatient clinic and in
iH'ing respnnsilile for the care ami op
erative treatment f all rases enter
ing the hospital. in ,(, develop
ment of a special clinic for the care
of those suffering from varicsc veins
and ulcers she achived Particular
I Dr. Smith, following graduation in
jlO-'il, from the Harvard medical school,
j likewise hecii engaged in hos-
i pital training, fo. the past four years.
I After iseiviiiL'- a siirL'ienl iniorii...k;,.
at tnc Has.-ett. llospita.. CooiM'i'town
; N. K Dr. Smith spent three years a
; 'thopaelic surgeon at the L'niversi- I
. ty ot ( alilorma Hospital and Chi
ilren s Jio.-pua m San Francisco. In
I addition to-, receiving a broad ger"i
j .-uiKu.u e.pei ,en.e, concentrated in
the diagnosis and t rent mnnl ,if n,.,,),.
industrial injuries,. : including fra--tures
and. the opera-live correction of
deformities arising from , lipases ,f
the bones. and joints.
Two sa!es nf real estate' were .com
pleted, this week, and several others
are pending, according to E. F. VVith
atul ("onipany here yesterday.
The sale ot the bouse and lot known
a.s the Mcdco home -on Hazel st reef, I
was sold to Mr. and Mrs. .lames R I
Hovd, ,lr. ;
Harry Kotlia liought the bouse j
where he now lives, thi week, from I
Mis. I honiaseiic Hivmmer I
.hi. liners said oiner deals were
being worked on and would proUiblv
he completed this week
C. Of C. Directors
Will Be Named
At 750 Tonight
IVItHtinff Will IJe Held At Court
House. No Formal Speaker
Benefit Dance To
Be (iiveii Fridav
SENTENCED TO DIE IN
;' Kichard Hauptmahn was re -
yesterday to' .'die on Jfarch
' murder: of the Lindbergh
. - '"o leaamg lawyers
me erinHfiTv,ni - . . ..
,i v..iiiii man to ten
' ur the crime with which he
-"'l have thus far failed.
Is Seriously 111
an!;' ,r,,:"i'ion " ' "Plain
k"1" " bei,
'"'He .... "V"" fMiieaJ." and -Utile
'iff hold for him
past four rl-i, o 1...
Yi.h k :i? ' '.v UI, and at five
a imr r afternoon he
.."lrn ffHie worse-
x"x iie;, a.1cala'n in-the Spanish.
alin,. "ar- an was an out-
tiino "ere unt" a
'' -ive , ,a W,M'" he was forced
"" -bean I, l'ra,1k'e because. of
Dr. H. T. Hunter, nresidnt nf tl.
Western Carolina Teaclier ( ( '. lii fret
was the principal speaker at the meet
ing of the Hayw-ood Count v Teachers'
association, which met on Saturday
morning at the Waynesville Township
High School building The general
topic for discussion was, "Character
Education," and Dr. Hunter spoke
along this line, giving the great char
acter builders among the teachers
The devotional period was conducted
by Rev. Albert New, whose topic was,
"Truth." Special musical numbols
were given by Mrs. Richard N. Bar
ber. Jr.. violinist -accnmnnmrxl h.- l
Othor speakers and their subjects
were: Fred L. Safford, "f undamental
Factors in Cha.racter Education;"
itiee Valuable for Character BuildinL1-;''
ana i nomas jrwin, "i naracter r du
cation Through the Regular School
Mr. (.eorge Kunze and Mr lien
Sloan, of Sylva, left on Monday morn
ing for Raieigh where they are spend
ing this'- week , attending a sanitary
conference, ot the State Hoard -of
Tudor the auspices of
ooard and an interes'te,
nimls a benefit square dance will
l Mi ii ;( th. M, ...in l,m,,( lt
" ,'l"l'k '" I' i idav evening
ceivmg the guest.s will be William
Medtord, cliairnian of t.b I,om,'.,I l h-
""' M,s s ' i Mi Hid Mi Ii,. h
aid liarbcr, .),,, M rs T. I.enoi,
i dwj ii, Mr. and lr l. I i.
Misv Muihi Mo,k M, ( huh - IM
and M.r. and Mrs. M. Howies
Music will. be furnished by Itob Kn-h
and his Soco Hand, and the. ligures
will be called by Sam (locii and Rank
fin I-erguson, well known leaders of
, 1 he s.uar,. dan, -e.
I The funds will.be used for purcha-
inir I lio no,,. I I. . I' . , I , I
.--, ... ,,oii.v ,or uie iniraiy an.
oilier current f.vi.iki..- ri '...
! c i , , . , "'"" - I IIOSI w (
.a teeJ that they cannot attend an
urgeii to purcha.se ,t i, kets, regardless
II lid; help this WO' t h wh.io ,au-e
VVInle the town pays the lib.ariari
'h'-ie ar,. many Mln r ' ex-ih-ns- r Ia
tive to the ut, keep, of the .-library,
with no source . of income, but tlic
uppoit. OT (f,e -public on such benetit
- lomght at 7 ::!( oVhvk. at the court
house, will mark th,. lirst meeting of
the (hamber of ommcrce for I'l'li!
at which time ten directoiv for the
year will be elected, and reports uf
last year's activities given
I A ballot of fifteen names will be
I piesented to the group attending to
nights meeting, and ten of the fif
Iteen will In- elected. From those
elected, will come the president
Lvery ellort is being made to have
a large crowd intend, Ix'cause I It : is
alwavu considered one of the most
important meetings of the y,,r
('resident Charles Ray has aimoiin- j
ced that there will not be a formal '
speaker for tonight's . meeting, but i
a general discussion made of t he i
problems that are facing the com
m unify at this time. J'
The ballot that will ho pie-ented :
tonight, has the followine names:'
Court Order Enjoins
Confirmation Of The
LaKe Junaluska Sale
Hearing Date Is Set For March
I'nd Hefore Judge Oglesby
In Urjson City
A cmrt order, which temporarily
lestrains confirmation of the fore
closure sale of the Methodist Assem
bly property at Uke Junaluska, was
f'lby ,Jud-'1' F',ix K -J'V here
A hearing ha been srt for March
j.. In.fore Judge John. M. Oglesbv. in
! M" whether
oi not the restraining order will be
The temporary restraining order
j "..s s Koei utori the application of F.
I lames a b " a,Uornpy b.-half of
J James Atkins, Jr., n'ceiver, and the
1-ake Junaluska Methodist Assemb'v
1 Inc nn is directed agai.vst the Mer
cantile Commerce Hunk and Trust
company successor a trust, of the
Mercantile Trus,t comparw, of St
Louts; y a. Hv,,r.s cU,Tk of fho Su
perior ( ourt of Haywo.wl eminty, anl
k I r' ;rf. who submitted
ine high bid for the properties
In the application for the restrain
ing order, it is set forth that the prop
erties, including im prove ments, are
worth at least $41)0,000 and that the
bid m ice of STiO onn :u .... : i .
was sentenced hist ' jluate and inequitable and, if the sak'
Homer Mavis) its 'confirmed at this price, the iiake
JuiuiiusKft Methodist Assembly and
unsecured creditors will 1h irrepar
ably injured and damaged..
Hiiln-rt ('. Jin-vis, Asheville attor
ney, rcprcesnts the St. Ixiuis jiarties
K. M. Durham, .'ird, af St, I.uis,
submitted the high bid of $,rf0,00() for
uie iKe Junaaiska properties' at a
foreclosure sale held the week of Feb
' luary'.'l. The sale wan .subject to con
1 firniatioi.. of the court after a lapse
of 10 days provided during this pe
lt lod no higher hid was submitted. It
was to restrain thu cmiiirmat ion of
i this sale that the court order was
! signed heie on application U Judge
Allen and' the matter will he held in
abeyance until hc hearing is held oil:
March before .ludV'-e Ogle-by in Brv-
son it -
Mr. Durham, in submitting the bid
of $00,000, represented the bondhold
eis who own first mortgage bonds in
the amount of $!l.(MI0 pUs accrued
inteiest. Haywood county also has a
tax claim of approximately $1,K,000. ,
The mortg.'ige covered a'M the prop
erties of the Junaluska Methodist
Assembly. In.-., and the Southern As
I.. M. Kiclie.Min I-:
l.avi, K. L. Wilhei
Charles K. Ha v. Jr.
W . ( url is Russ. I r
Hyatt, C. . Al",-i.
b. Hardin, Jr., and Clyde I
I. Ilvail. I.
- I . Mi
, Ralnb 1'i-cv
S. I'. (iav. I'
Upholds TVA Rv-'
8 To 1 Decision
l-n;-aili'rl Decision Slirv Kn-
lire Nation. .New Deal i
ers Jubilant Over Opinion
Mrs, Frank Trull,
Passed Away 12th
Mrs, I' rank I roll '.M r n..ii,..i
N. died suddenly Ve.-iiesdy'nt her home
sii , in t his community.
t. Mrs. I roll wa.s the daughter of Mr
a u I an, Mrs. K. J. (Jtilloway She at
A . (elided Rethcd high'--school in l'.)2!l-
iO-.'i, being" prominent in kcIkki-I af
lauv and especially as a member of
.. Ih' Iiaskeliai s.jiiad during her stu.
, dent d.,y.-. She .was married in ltr,!l
and i the niother of two children,
Hobby Sue. .'!. and n i I. .. ..1.1
If speaking of Mrs. Trill!, Mr. C. C.
HallSOII, w ho was- her nnn-,i,.il .,!.,,
I llcthe hie r
she at lend
wa-, heie, She u'as
and appreciated go
d life w'hile
peivon of id,
! Illlli'S " .
.. . Mr. Hugh Shelton, who hoid
sition with the Home Security
ran.-e ( omnany, of Ashe.vile,
the week-end in town, with his
ents, .Mr. and Mrs. O. H Shell'.
U AviMNf.lON h( MLlll ,
J'orieial Uorerninent, to transmi
market-"surplus .power f r nn its
7A inoil'it Was iilil,..',! :, ll.
Official Says There Is Possibility
Kxmm l otatqgtorage House Here
pteme ( ourt Monday. K lo 1
jusucc .McKeynolds the ,,n'y di's
HOW. (Ol KT RIT :
court decided three maj
Name LiivA Jhnwd
Mr. Cook Writes That Resettle
ment Administration - Will
Loan .Money For Construction
MOUNTAINEERS TO PLAY"
FINES CREEK HERE FRI.
Friday night the Mountaineers wid
meet the Fine,; Creek teams in a
double-header on the local court. In
their first games the Wavnesvde
boys lost by a few points while the
girls won in the same manner. Coach
Weatherby's quintet has improved
much since this eame and hones to
make a much better showing against
the fast-stepping Fines Creek. Sum
merrow. Jloore. Cathev. Franklin.
and Chafin will start the boys' game
Welch, Burress, Rogers, Jones, Phil
lips, and Milner will be in the open
(Ry T. Newton Cook'.)
It is now possible for Haywood
county to secure a potato storage
house through the Resettlement .'Ad
ministrations program. This Rural
Resettlement program jf now making
good progress m the county, and its
"""'" "re anxious to co-operate in f
nuiiiimg tne much needed and
discussed notato storage
The development of such an enfer
Prize Would benefit not ,nl,r ii.-.,
farmers, but the smaller ones as well
.any oi our agncultura nroe-rams
can benefit onlv a landowner Vio
In order to .secure fx'iiefit of thv aid
a to-opirativc a-so.iation is proiuik
.organized the Resettlement Adminis
jtration can then loan money to the
I in,."vidual members or to the co.oper-
ative as a unit.
I -Membership in such a co-operative
association, or the services of such a
storage, would not be limited to Rural
Kosettlement .dion. ..).. i ... .... .
w'.i uj(, nut would
"- avaname lo all other farmers with
in any piacticai distance
jt nas long been a recognized fact
wiat naywood county especially
much L V p c'''J to ,lre P,ow,"t? 'f Irish po
! tatfK's suitable for seed ttw-l, i'..t
ern orth Pardlina ,.h-.,,....i ., t i
larmer who is a
well established .. Potato
on either a large scale or a pmall s ain,
by both landowners and renters Many
of the farmers on the Rural Resettle
ment program are renters, and it is
composed almost entirely of fair'y
small farmers. Therefore, the Re
settlement Administration is especial
ly interested in helmno- rltrA'-.n
. . - J .. . V,.ry
any program that will tend to bring
a casu income to a Jl
market outlet, for this r..: .
.... piuviui. yn ui
t-a it. nas been properly stored for seed
purposes. It has become common
knowledge that the "missing link"
-.owl TOiinecis our supply of good seed
w ith a ready market is proper seed
t-storage. Good storage facilities can
oecome a Dridge leading our farmers
to t he production of a valuable crop
Already much interest in this ub
je t has been shown by the people of
the county. The Resettlement Admin
istration is likewise very much intcr
esu.l. l otato growers who are inter
ested m securing such aid in hniM;
q nnlitf. i t r
classes of farm 1 e' Should con-
c.asses of fai m j tact the county commissioner,, or the
1. The Government, had the
t- bui Id Muscle Shoals under it:
powers ami its authority to aid
urplus power produced af, Wil
son Dam may be sold by the Covern
mrnt. 3. The f.oveiniuent. may purchase
and operate transmission lines r.rv.
ing its power to a fair market
A fourth question, whether the Gov
rrnment may .sell its power in retad
lines, was not n,i-,.r,i ),.. .i... ,
ensfy lecided, and the court specifi
cal.y noted that it withheld its opin
ion on the matter
The court's decision lirought jubila
tion to new deal supporters and an
immediate. iamper on proposals to
curb the court's powr, which aroc
after the adverse n.m-t a....: .;..
throwing out AAA
Ry .inference, the opinion gave con-
Mit-utionat indorsement to all the
other "yardsticks," now built or build
ing bv the New T);.il
ry. ihe opiniTi. of almost nnnrpro.
HTlfJ l..lU ... 1 t- - .,
niet Justice. Thoucrh ind orseil . hv
seven other member of the court
the majority divided into two groups
Four of tbe lllilirne ,,..t; ..
t i- ,, . j--'" pui'i"iiuii; mr.
Justice .Hughes were of the opinion
-"Manama rower ompanv
bringing the suit, had no standing in
the court, and that the whole matter
should hav,. been dismissed by the
tribunal without opinion. Mr Justice
Brande.s wrote the concurring opin
ion lor this p-ronn .il-,;,.v, :i...i.. , ,
i , ... " - """ "niuiii'ii also
Justices Stone. Rolierts j f;..,i.
THREE WAY DIVISION
thus there was actually a thrce
(Continued on back page)
At ;i meetine- of
j of t he Fa i mors fVi
r is- i ni slay. Arthur (I
' cliaii mati and 1! T
right I man. of the .Havw:
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t'. (Iiaiiibc.r.s, N.
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to the 'nomination'
board t f directors.:
two directors, on -t h
thur O-lxit ne is i hi
James f. K. Mi
of the organizati
' the, S'tock..!,,
"rat, n du re Wed
liorne wa-. nanied .
IJoyl. vi e ciiair
lined were: Henry
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( ai ver, and ('. S.
lined as candidate
to the regular
Tlii; tountv . has
e biKi.d. H Ar-
' lure, J.:., president
"V, wa,. here' for the
, ,vi ..-,'ri,n,-'ls Massie and s-mall son
and Miss Mary Pauline I lot!, spent
itutdav m Rrv n C ty a, the quests
of Mis Wavne Rattle
The following cab prices wo-V
. nj-paid VWoms,a by the Fai mei ,
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