ISWs Events of
. . -r- t 1
v FOB SOCIAL JUSTICE TO
Tu rmon for Social Justice, at a
The "" 1 Cieveiand last week,
invention 1" ' f Det,.oit, ,t
laident anf endorsed William
'lp, f,f President of the United
1 mkf l',r : TnumspnH and
1 . ,.. n 77ie Great Smoky Mountains National Park
. c Unload Counrv .4r re Eastern Entrance of The Ureat y
PtoWiJkef in me -v- - aiiyance IN COUNTY
VOL. XL 111 NO. 34.
WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, AVGUSTJO
125 Make Tour Of
Haywood v arms.
Farm Day Success
125 Make Tour To Ten Haywood
Farms, Whil 500 Join In
On Program At rines
City Tax Rate To
iiemaui iv 01.
DIED LAST NIGHT
R. V Gerald Smith : spoil t
ftK party abates.
AIRPORTS TO BE BUILT
THRLfs NORTH CAROUNA
T- U P ha been allotted money
Wi A." oimorts in North
The first annual farm tour, stated
last Friday in connection with the an
nual farmer's picnic which wa spon
sored by. the Farmers Ration n
co-operation wun vne " '
v .,.. from every
WP. ha been aiionvu um, wa
new airports in North Standpoint.
Vl n. One will be located at , Approximately 125 farmers made
u ' ronville and win cost the tour wnicn inciu.ieu '"V" "
H"n.f , t Rocky Mount to cost of t farnlh in the t.0Unty, and about
and the third at Wilmington 1 5UQ attended the program an pi. -nu- at
I c-wt $53,140. Fines Creek school during the middle
iMFRlCAN WOMAN KISSES HIT- 1 ; b ftl the t0Urt house,
AMtKH- a LER ! and Went to the farm of F. L. Leopard,
a, unidentified American woman, j RaUliff Cove. 1 nere iv. . v.. .
;A deeded in securing an auto- , foreiiter pointed out a hillside which
KSU' .: rhancellor Hitler last I u,,,! heen nlanted in pine. Prior to the
p.apB i . - dictator as he ,.; two vears ago. the hill had
While the board of aldermen
have not formally adopted the
budget for the coming year, it was
learned this week that the tax
rate for Waynesville will remain
I he same as last year $1. t0 on
each $100 valuation.
This rate is the same a li4
and 1935. , , , ,
The budget will be presented
to the public within a few days,
it was said.
FnrMrs 1 T) Hvatt.
i JA XI - ,1 '
73, Held Wednesday
i ..... ;... k..l.l nn Wednesday
l.HM mm v. ...... --- -
... at -i nYln.-k from the First
. .1 i;.. Anwli for Ml'S J. I'.
ii...... ) ...v,.. Hi..,! nn Tuesdiiv morn
inK at 2 o'clock. lr. R. b. Truosdale,
. f i Vi.j ,.Vl 11
siM-viccs. Interment wu m vn n
City Signs 10-Year Contract
With Garobna Power & Light
XI Ilk? vvii"---
To Lane l ampain
thamber of Commerce Commit
tee Secure $501. About
000 Yet Needed
No Reductions In Rates Expect
ed Here. Daytime Uinsum
ers Might '.(let lxmer
I Kr, niunteM in nine. Prior vo vne ,,.,,
. y Will h. """WV 11.,.,. t V
V:,p4v kissed the aictaior as planting two years apo, i pallbearers were: . n. '
a.,U i.Mn the Olympic swimming ' hed in a number of places. Mi.' T . Sr 1)r, Thomas Strintfhold,
f ' ushered from his pres- , G.,abt,r in pointing cut the a.lvaniagi -p. Denton. H. . Stone, and v.. J
bv Ni Vards. of planting pine on such , h. su
WINS M. A. DEGREE AT 17 1 COWs Kraae in the wood. By a
. . , Cain of Houston, Texas, j mt,ans "keep the cows out ot hi ,
hn d B A and M. A. degrees at wood. They do more harm than an
T. Jv ot seventeen, wants to become thing else." he said. , ' , '
nepaper " (reporter. He learned From thc Leopard farm the tour
reafat two! graduated from hgh I went to the farm of C. C. train
hool at twelve, from college at six- wht.re a trop 0f senca lespedeza
and received his M. A degree shown. six years ago the seed of this
!l t Spring. He says he finds it laTlt soid for $3(S per pound Today the
hard to convince employers that he is ioe is 25 cents a pound. It Is , a
o mature in achievement. reat seed producer, and once stai ed
' will always grow in a held. It sab
jr.OflOO WORTH OF OPIUM SEIZED i said that this particularjespedvza i
$, SeU officers at Boston, Moss-, as good as .1 . fa , 1 hu jU h J
Vla-tnT: havine a pontlal value of ! during the drought, Mr. Francis said,
fird . Black Diamond hue ; in exKp,aining the advantages of the
io-Wr i serica variety.
No arrests have Lesn made. ! The next stop on the tour was the
0 8 . - dairy farm of Karl lergusons, ncai
1 1NDBERGH MAY RETLUN TO j ycllwood. The new and modern l,u
T E UNITED STATES pe- wai of much interest to thoc on
fol Charles A. Lindbergh, who vas tour. It was hero, a so, that the
tl'- u..L VJUf wPek d.mon- hull exerciser was shown.
,r M1P.TU . . tw,lsnn farm, thi
strating to me inveiuau-uii' "f. -,, . ijeavuiK v. -- -
About two months ago Mrs. Hyatt
jT .....1 iiiim-ijiL' f rill U full, and had
been confined to her bed since that
time. During the past two weeks her
condition became more serious if""-
ing from complications nrougm on i
the fall. ,
ri ) lw, C,, h,r mari'iaire
Mi. n". ,, ,
, :.. m..ii; v,inir if Hellcle-son
was .miss .'umih - - -
t:.,,,.,,-,! vi-ars airo she alio
(AIUIIIJ. ...... ----- .
, i i i i..,;n tl.. Pii'dmont llott
l Kv thi'ir son. Paul
now milling" 'J i f
Hvatt. She was ail active member ot
the Methodist church, of Waynesville.
Surviving are her. nusimiw am'
. ..i.;i.l,.... . Williiim 1). Hvatt. of
Santa Monica, Calif.. Paul R. Hyatt, of
Waynesville, anl Mrs. Charleiie r.
Turner, of Dayton, Ohio.
Red Cross Chapter
Ollicers Are IN amen
firaimRui"":'" - T- -
. ..t v.o 'rnvmiunieal ncart
which he developed with Dr. Alexis
Carroll, announced that he hoped to
return to the United Svates within six
months. Lindbergh l?ft the Un.led
States 'last December to escape un
due publicity, .
leaving me ii.- --
tour went to the test pasture ol Ko' t
Howell, on jonavna.i.-v v...""-
Mr. Howell expiaineo now
had been divided into 34 equal plot,,
and each plot was being treated with
T r :u r,,. cnmhmation
a ainereni .iciv.iiii, y -
of fertilizers, and an accurate ctittK
made on the amount of hay narvest,,
r oi, nlnt The expenment has
Ulll cavil , J
v ..-A.ax, fnr three - yeai, and
J 4PANESE PREP ARE TO ATTACK
,rtvpji? v fnr rnree veui,
Recent reports from Shanghai, China ; iU continue for two
tj:-. v.. TiniiM troons are fore anv definite aecision s i
indiraf that-Japanese troops are fore any denni e oecun -
- . i . koui nHM uic
preparing for a .fresn aetermn.e . .... ,
preparing lor -- ,
Inner Mongolia, adding tension to tne
already etrainea reiano." i.v-
China ' and Japan. Foreign observ
ers believe that serious action might
result unless means are found t" non
out differences betyeen these two
MANY WOMEN HOLD WPA JOBS
IN NORTH CAIWM.a
On Monday evening Mrs. Mary
r uv...!nH.. r,f Hiyh Point, Dis-
trict Supervisor ol tne aeu r..s,
held a conference with tne io ai gruuu
in the Welch Memorial building ol
the Baptist church. Rev. H..W. Bau
eom chapter chairman, presided.
... A . '.i.i.. .j:.... .,.,..,1,1 flu, nlnns
for the coming year's work after
which otneers weie r'
60, Passed Away
Former Superintendent of Water
And Lights Here, mes
While At Cherokee
,.....!. i ....,, fiiriuiT Wavncs-
ville .evident, but for the past few
vears stationed at Cherokee, where he
was in charge of the water and lign
system, pas-sed away sulien,y u..uv
ten o'clock Wednesday night at Ka
vensfoid, it was learned here early
Tl ,... ,1,..t in J il-n 1 II if .
inuiM..v. . ........... . ,,,
Coninmimation wun o"".'"",,",
Cherokee t his morning revealed t hat
he was apparently in gooi m-n.i . up
until the time of his death. The body
was taken to Hrysou City to an undei--taking
'establishment " two o.locU
this'- morning. Funeral arrangements
had not been complete,! thia nioriiing,
hut it is understood that Inl.ial w.ll be
made here. ,, , .,,.
Mr Logan came to Haywood coun
ty about forty years ago. He was a
native ol uui oniuv ".
some .ii) yruii .
. i ..f v..nvj le was in
ror k nu""" i v" j - ,
the undertaking business here, apU
. .......r niatuoii nf the wa-
, i: .u. .!.... , t m..nt nf the Clt V.
Iter ana .g..K uv,..... ..... . - -
Me nas mn-n vv,,.,,.
j- n.... uiinn t f herokee in tne
man iv-vt ,v...,. -j -
uci iiii'it ... .
. . .u... ,a,U thp trin over
ine tour men -, -
the winding road to the farm of Ben
Wright, at White Oak, Ther a fiell
of corn was tne principal
Mr Wright had plowed under lespe
deza on part of the field and the other
part did not have any lespedeza. and
the contrast was most unusual, Whe.e
the lepedeza had been planted, the
tin ivt ntViiT corn
nv-n mature". i "1 : - . ..
" -. .:V: nA nn ..ver 'since
Chapter chairman. Rev. H. W. Bay- j- . ov,.rnment established the place,
kaivman. Mrs. ( has. fc. i ":.?. of. ...
t'oni, viv- v . , i some o,i ,'nir- . . . ,
Quinlan, secretary and 'treasuier, , an vi ,,1,.,-trician, and- a
i?r:ii: MAfnrA rnll .all chairman, 'I ,kuni,. a we 8 an
wiiiiw in .Tit".".", --. ., compi'tfiit " ........ , -
L N. Davis, publicity chairman, Mis. , outstamiing . superintendent of water
t' ' t '.iHi.i rcurvti srhool lunch chair- , . t
man, Mrs. JacK mefsci, v .............. . M). Miran had me uimhu in.,.
pellagra control, itonen i.n.s..,,, v..n
man first aid, Miss Louise Edwards,
chairman Junior Red Cross, Mrs. Le
Rov Davis, chairman disaster commit
tee, Homer Henry, and .chairman of
home hvgiene, Mr. Oover C. Davis.
Women hold 40.7 per cent of the was just ;a little over knee high. . AR.
WPA jobs in North Carolina a higher was planted tne s , uu. -
percentage than that attained by any the same seed. ,
other state in the Union.-accordiPK that the P"5; held mstu. t in
a rennrt made Dublic last week. Of i ground to the extent mat toe . v
the 32.4 WPA workers in the state, lanted in the
19,198 are men and 13,186 are women. up three weeks eat he. than th.t .
The average monthly earnings of the From the Wright farm the tour
women are $26.27, while that of the movcd to Fines Creek for the pip.
men is $22.60. . t , .u. gram of the day , .f()rc
Only sixteen per ceni ni ui .- . a snort prunmm -. --
fml-ai. in no TTnited states are ; .... hour in
FRANCE HAS 21,000.000 BUSHELS
OF WHEAL KESuavYn .
The French army has a stoCK ot
21,000,000 bushels of wheat, the larg
est in the nation's history, for use in
case of war. Special scientmc T'o
cesses are used to preserve the wheat.
25 KILLED. 15 INJURED WHEN
TRAIN HITS TRUCK
Twentv-five hersons wer kiPe'l and
fifteen were in 4.he hospital SaUrday
at Louieeville, Quebec, when a rapidly
moving freight train struck a laige
truck, carrying 43 people hone from
a political meeting. The true was
making between forty and fifty m,.S
SPANISH REBELS THREATEN TO
FIRE ON NEUTRAL SHIPS .
a :.i.nt;nnol incident
was avoided late last week, when a
n . . .. .. . L iLxAQtfitl.
.panish rebel 8hid nea aiter u
ing to fire on the U. S. Coast Guard
cutter Cayuga and the British de
stroyer Comet, engaged at rescuing
neutral refugees from the war torn
San Sebastian, if they took members
of the Popular Front government on
board. , ...
rignnng late iasi ween ir,i -Loyalist
troops in the outekirts ol
reDei-neia uvieao in woaneiw ...t
tjred the town of Badajoz. killing
5.000 Loyalists in the battle that pre
. i i . , .
venea tne capture. . .
to date, neither side has gained
any decisive victories.
'K'""' "- ;-
the noon hour in the a-, lignum. v
J. G. K. -McClure. -president of the
Tr...i.ot; ,n ni esiding. lie
Farmerp rwie - -v;',. mM.,;M
explained the purpose of themf.ting,
Zd in turn introduced County Agent
W D. Smith for a brief taiK.
W,fore the uncn noui '"" r ,
rk Wollror TnkuiiT
Vacation In b. I.
. t o i ' Walker, pastor
Carolina, ui., . ,
,.t.tlon.(t;o.k.,f h? H
for two Sunaays. w.
native of Charleston, unty and will
visit relative. tner,..
The w aynei'r - - w
Gouver Sunaay '"...--
Crockett sunoay qqv-
In Annual Meeting
Offu ers for next year will be elect -e,V
this morning by the Haywood
Bapti-t Association, which is holding
.. .,1 L-ofcuinn with the
their- reguiai -n..i ..;--.. ,
Antioch ;.; Baptist church. I inlays
sevion closes the. meeting.
-". Yesterday the annual sernum s
delivered bv H. W. Baucom, pa-tor of
i)tLt rhiirrh here, anil
addresses by M A. Huggms, of Ral
eigh, state secretary; R. !; lemll.
alt, of Raleigh, and R..B. Covington
representative of the Thomasville
Orphanag., , - . -
terdavV session, and the reports g.vn
were encouragmis, i-v...... . - -
, : i,.. i oiilMnnni e to way
nesville. It was in l!0h that he
i . .i .,i;n,l,r n r into town
tirougnt a '-ij' .,,
and caused much curiosity with thf
HV is survived by his widow, .who
lives here, and who wiomviici "
m;.. Miti-v l.iner. anil one
Light Onera Will
Be Repeated Here
Bv Request, Wed.
Four Thousand Veople Highly
Pleased With Performance
At Lake last Week
RJn-VRpnH School Is
Ulfii m. ' -
Upen ror ui i v-ai
, , .i t; PnnI whih was
ine scmioi at wk. ' . .
established three SS tL;
now an approveo statv, "V"''
the fall term on Monday, with 22 pu-
p.ls presen,. . F-irmont.
MISS Lillian wviu..., ..v'r --
who was the first teacher of the
Sol, and whodidsuch splendid
work in the Big en .-7C.
.u... ku v;u,. .lunalucka
M'eing mm v,' . - - - ,
Campaign was going to fall- short of
r j. , nr. it, 111 kv, ulmlll SZIl.-
the necessary iiw,
(100. on last Saturday, the nuvrtgagv
holders voluntarily gave an exten
sion for payment U the first of S. p
tcmber, thus allowing U. days in
which to raise about $21,000.
., tnir. iwul ;u nut 11111,1 tlV Ol P-
lt tne io.i.i'i'" 'T ii n
tcmber first, the mortgage holders will
... Hi.. I nr'.vlos-
have tne court v,,... - .
....lin,r wheh were Raited
UK' f' ' ,4 '"rP "
several months ago.
i - . ......,L- ...mtirlll ll'CS "1 i"v
IjBM. v-v " . . ,
Chamber of Com me r re canvassed , In
town and as a result sent ,n a check
for $r01, which is in mmiu.M. ...
was donafd through the Methodist
hurch here, and iy imm .",
butiolis. ,. , .
Yesterday the e.iiuir oi i "..' ,'
taineer receivl the io'.iow. .
ter, and list, from t min.v r' '
president of the Chamber of ( .mi
merce: Mr W. Curtis Uuss, Fditoi.
The Waynesville Moutitaiiuer,
Wavncsvilte, N. (.'.
. . ,.. n,,o
l v iieai iwi , ,i
-. .... ..... f . invt week can-hi!
r ti... ..:.,., i.inir . , 1 1 . , 1 lie l ed by
news oil in- ,ii.v. "-f -. u
the Chamber of ('omnieice in b-'hal
of the ".save junaiusiva "."'V '
Thank vou for the space. given ... i.
ii,..i T ie niiblicity was vei.y
k..i.,f..l nn.l the committee member
' . f 1.....;.,..- Ik. ir KIT-
are (l.iserving oi . nnv...n -
vices recognized. ,
Under dale oi ftujiuv in
milted to Mr. .lames Atkins, the sum
of $501.00 collected by out commit
tees. While not as much a.s we would
like to have contributed, it is my .--inir
that the contribution represents
a roal sarnncf on un imu
individual. Had we, bvvn able, T am
iuni 4V .mmuhitv would have
Mirr i ii ti v in
In my H'tUT vu
t nuti nru - v ... i ,1
Mr. Atkins, I made trie siaic.icnt "-
lowing: ... .... , .
"This sum, $!"l,w, nas i.ivu v...
lected bv local .-onimittees represent
..... 'i... ...k.. nf I 'niYimcrce. Ine
ing tnf v no...."- -
contributions have been made by our
. . !i! .. tU.. li ".
citizens in recognition oi n.v-
nf I.We Junaluska. It is our
desire to see the property n-inn... v-
the hanvls of the Church, ami n.
..l .......i,i in In. Mo strength-
1 i... fr....,l,,m from (lebt, that it
. .'n,l...- the full service of which
It is fni.ii,'.' ,
,,,.".,. that the c.in-
tribtitors shoul.l he named a matter
..t ki;. infiic-nitioti. and I suiimii
. : - .-..ti . i..n niil imhlica
lor voui .nn. m.... . -
.1... c.li wi 11 those contrinut-
;., 1.. h.. chamber of Commerce
i:.... I., ...1,1, linn iitterition I
11 1 1 vi-. 11 -
1 ... .u.. r.., i t li.it . iint riliiiti, ins were
cu in t,. .... v ,. ... V.
1 il.; 1. ik Mot-tun isi ( hurch
by Church membeiv,-. many 01 wn.....
i.:i....,w. in t h lu .1 rlUI' I L'H . 1 '
('(Mill inmni m w...- -
u.,.. rri.mrlv: i4nd individuals who
cont rihutrd i'ithiV iircct ly. or t'h-utrh
,..vLinr fwim I,ilk'- Jlltta-
an 1,4 1 i 111 .ntc i it (i 1
Waynesville and Haelwom togc t her
cmitrihuted nol less man '
('HAS. E. RAY, JR...."
The board of aldernven and the
mayor of Waynesvi'le, signed a en
year contract with Carolina Power
and Light Company last wek, thu
renewing the 7 ree? contra, t wnicn
expired the first cf July.
j nve-yi mil.. ' v
by the board, but final decision was
made to sign the len-yeui
since it meant a saving of $7"0 a year
over the !-year gn- m i i.
Before signing the new corir.it..
with Carolina Power and Light Com
pany, the town officials had confer
ences with officers of TVA. The Smoky
Mountains Power Company, and Nan
tahala Power Company. It was at
one time thought that one of these
.iU uiinnlv Wavnesville
C(.IIIJUllliv-c ivulu tiffj .-- ,
with cheaper power, nut
i 1 .... ........ , .... In
found unwise ami wu ca ..-.. w
bring new lines to Waynesville.
Mavor J. H. Way slated that there
is little possibilty at the present or
reducing, exce.pt perhaps a snni iv
duction might "be made to firms who
use a consideratile amount n
in the day time. More day time con-
sumi.tiini is '."'ing solicit, and a low
er rate might be made to induce this
it was explanvd. vvnen hskcu awu.
a reduction of rcsid-nl ial latcs the
mayor repliel: I loui)t wncuui
tliat will 1M' done, v ei .a.....y .....
The state utilities cumnii.ssion dur
ing the past year or so has ordered
two reductions' in rattis, and each time
the town has benefitted by the rate,
it was pointed out, but inasmuch as
the profits from the light depar'mt r.t
. .. ' i...i...,.i j .,, .,11 liimds for the
arc iii-.im-i - . . .
water department 110 reduction could
Another item that comes into the
light department rates, is that the
property 'owners are not paying
any tax tor street iigms. 1 h1"...
from the light department provides
, , . 1V.... ..JV,:il.. nt,illtf'f
street iignis. iuwh mm c--
out that a 25-cent increase in the tax
rate would have to be made if the
cost of maintaining street. lighU was
.1 . 1 Trvlllll
taken from tne gencrui iui..i. ""
aliiermen also expluined that ( anton
was paying iu,oui y.n.
lights: Haaelwood $1,200 a year, and
Asheville iuu.ihiu. jm. " l..
towns have to plac a -tax -.on prop
erty to get in is. money.
,l. i..u,m kn- t nnv for the
.tllll. inr .uu ' r I J -
nowc- used within the eity limit based
1 . , . 1 1 it. k.,f-.l nlnns
on tne pean ioau, iin: 1
to work out rau's win.
use more power at hours other than
the peak loaas. u ..." ""I't
that Saturday nights reach the peak
.1 ' iL
during tnt' monui.
i.i J n.nl( frowdpil. til
niir inoaim .. .. .. -
: 1:1 . 1 u u & .fnna uska lasi
SaturIay night to see the liRht opera,
..,, a i;r,... . A larire- num-
ber were turned away, and because
Junaluska Tannery and employes,
$110 25; Smoky Mountain Industries,
$5.00; C. N. Allen and "o Tf W; '
N. Davis Company, $2.00; R. L. I re-
r f.n. Mnrnmi StflmPV and
of that, the performance hich proved vosi v '2 .Jo8'ephin.
to be such a uccf8s at the. Uke, will - $5.00: J. R. Morgan, $5.00;
inr paid Wednesday by the Farmers
. T1 J .1.; 1
Chickens, heavy weight, hens '.-Jfc
Chickens, fryers .
Lf- - M
TTTVnrooViajl n1 rkAlinJ ........
r ;AAnca TnQnprtor
Here This YeeK-r,nu
. .J... i:,.en innector, of
W H. btamey, . :
Waynesvme. V'-isup Hvers
Fridav ana aatu. '.
a hcense, n. ? one dollar is
-nlmen, A charge 01 ' ..,
ro'm:. ArKr's license, and two dol-
OPEN IvA l -w.'
The .' Clvde Township schools will
ine v.i, Anst the olst.
Saturday Aug. 29th at 10 a. m.,
!SitSS t attend this meeting.
he presented on Wednesday evening at
8:30 o'clock at .the, Waynesville high
The entertainment was sponsu.v-u
bv the Waynesville Choral Club, and
was airecteo oy r.v....... . . . - - ..
Icompanied by the North Carolina
In the leading female roles Mrs.
Virginia Martin and Mrs. Tom Spur
lock of Waynesville, showed them
e vs fully capable . -T Reading
parts for tenor and baritone were
ui..-.,i.io w Ceoree Allen and
K wiiu." '. -, . au.y i. .'v- . - :,".,i.r. Mr
on the job. When she arrived me Walter Herbert, notn oi :
on me J u . .. , j-f n wol.l . ., 11 nnr.igiiHpH for his ren-
entire community , .- y .7. ',Q" Alien Packtraw.
come her, expresmg tnir ----- d.t.on 01 me .v,.. u. - . of
kot GhP wouia ftK" t wr. neruvi l n
nuu vm. . rn's nart was en-
ciiniiiv v . . . .. t-
PAGEANT WILL BE GIVEN
AT METHOD 1ST UiiKtu
An impressive pageant-depicting
' . ii, Missions, will
ary society 01 ---
chTrch, on Sunday evening -at gockxk
during the regular -
service hour, , t,..j v. n,.
MUS C Will De iurriiaiiBu,, -j.
choir of the church. All member, of
the neighboring cnarcnt-s as v
the public in general are invited to
attend. . - ; v . - -.
JESSE OWENS GIVEN STAGE OF
FER a j r rrf t n 'fan vtrPPKS
An offer 01 tio.ooti if,
engagement on the stage was cabled
eto7e,se 0 Olympic rtarm
Eer m. last: ween. 1 " ,
j. i in.a rantor. stage and
maue uy '
P'l.;' .ritv lent bv sev
nancea uy i , - p
eral former appearances m the same
Equally excellent and convincing
wer? other members of the casf,!-
ter Poteat, ol waynesyu.c, ... -
( Continued on back page)
Noted Dairyman To
SpeaK nere j ues.
v. t...... ..it,aQctrm cecretarv
H. L. Bates, buui.ic-o".. . --- ...
of the American Guernsey Club, will
address Haywooa mnr.
the court house here Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o clock, 11 was
by W. D. Smith.
At the meeting, the 200 milk pro
duce of the county will be organ
ized, Mr. Smith said. Aeneral
invitation has been extended to the
public as well as milk producers.
reruusiiii, ."v., . . . ... v,
N. F. Lancaster. M. D., $10.00; W. ..
y .l ...... . nn mi
'Jack Messer, $10.00; A bid's Garage
CVinn SF. 00 W, W.
i;.00, VMIV " VJ.-t ui.v. j rt - .
N C Cafe, $5.00; Filler's Repair
t.i. j 11 fx. . i v. anfr 0 p i v .u..iii"i
,in.n, )i.v., i.,u".v - r, - .
i no- I.eatherwood-.James Hinng
tmn.iVi Motor Inn. $2.00:
suaii,,", i., -WT ,: ' ionft.
Dill Howell ruling taiu", v-,
Ml T- nr,,r till fill -
waynesvnie ice v,uihh"j trnn.
Waynesville uoai t.uii'f"j.
r. i I -o Cmnanv S10.00: West
Dial Company, $5.00; Walker's Ser-ci-x:
c on. Woflf ms f hcvrolet
vice otamiii, ni.i.vfu, ---- -
Company, $10.00; Cherokee AutoConri.
pany, ifo.ou; vjraay n.oKeiB,
F Btton, $1.00; Jo Ann peauty
Shop,$5.00; Lady Fair Beauty anop,
$2.00. .'.j-.; ,n(m. V r
Sanitary Barner nnop. v-v
Seav, $1.00; Shell . Filling ..Station,
rtnn. rrf Rnrhpr ShOD.
v-;,. 11 sthoti $1.00: J. P. Dicus,
SI 00; John Davis, $2.00; Alexander's
Drug Store, $25.00; Burgin Brothers,
i.nn. nr ;il Onnlc Store. S5.00:
vic:C; p,im ture Company, $10."U,
C E. Ray's Sons,'$25.00; Food Store,
Mc-nn..O TnnM .0n! DcW-
ev Stovall. $5.00; Waynesville Moun-j
. ' . ,pnn. virn.Tnaoiltii Phnrma-1
taineer, io.uvi, . iiaj".- -
cv $10.00; Waynesville Hardware
Company. $15.00; Dixie Stores, $-x00.
r..,fiira fnTTinanv an.UU:
Joe Mormino, $10.00; W. L. Hardin,
Sr. S2.0U; .virs. w, n.
Farmer'., Federation, $5.00; Frank
Miller, $5.00; Edwin Haynes, $5.00;
Eagle Five and Ten Store. $3.00;
Waynesville Laundry. $10.00 , Cham
ber of Commerce, $25.00; Morgan,
Stamey and Ward. (A. T. Ward. $5.00;
Mrs. J. H. Way, $15.00; Total, $526.25.
; I - '-. .'-- "'.,-': -
Dahlia And Flower
Show Will 15e Held
On Friday. Aug. 20
A decisiim was made by directors
of the Waynesville Woman's Club, to
have the ahnual summer flower and
dahlia show together this year, in
etcad'of .at two separate dates as has
been' the custom for neveral years.
Definite plans have . been 'made to .
, . , .1 A .,u 98tk
noid me sjiow oh i- i i.iy, f-i," ..-...
The place and the priie list will he
annoum-en in nexv w-'- n iur v.. ...s
, .nrs. o. i ,,nji " "
namel the following committees to
make arrangenicnt.1 mi mc .
Mns. C. V. Bell, Mrs. C.rayden Fergu-
son, Mrs. KUIUS .-i.:r, an.-.. i c...
Stovall, and Mrs, S. P. Gav. Ar,y
member of the committee can give in
formation regarding the display f the
flowers at the show.
Stentz Now At C.
Of C. Headquarters
T T ... 1 .. Cnl. lu . nfiB atino nA
o. liaiK ,oic,,. i- ,i,"
secretary of the Chamber of Com
M. H. Bowles, superintendent of the
Waynesville township schools, took
over vne place as leniioriii y svi.t."')
last May, and worked in that ca
pacity until the 15th of August. He
i i i .... m;n.
IS now ennKeu in uiumiik i
ate preparations for the opening of
the Waynenville District Schools on
the tirst ox sepxemijer.
Mr. Stentz acted as assistant sec
retary in the office during the season
Definite plans for the winter month?
have not. been acted upon by the di