s tu rrnt Smoky Mountains National FaTK
In Th ft, of Hay "JZfZ
'Try At Home First"
Campaign In Com-
munity tfemg auigeu
remittees Named, And VrRed
To (iet Campaign Underway
U Earliest Possible Date
,. a meeting of merchants of thi-,
A Tuesday n ght, it was etc-
'Tno fo-tdth plans -llr'
VJTvear n the staging of a
V it Home Fast" campaign, from
lr' li the Chnstmas holidays
unt'' .1-- named to ca i out
iMinmiiH-" ,.,. m. and in-
ti- .renewal cono""""' v .
u-1 11 L.i Mrt.in. Mrs; Jack M?b-
- 1 ,t 1 W Kay
, Sri- Ray, P-ident
, rAmmnw last
v .he ChaniDer m
ri I This committee met an, ma;
''' -.mm.ndat on, which we
vrmai :-"" , . . nweXm 01 a
.iirl" " ,,n"nf merchant, ml
r.iu-esenta.i.nc fc.-r -V.-Vsonal
!" ... nave a series of speak
l tere all of the clubs
orations in the ..immunity
i..w w th lromg be-
ucationai " e ,.,.
.u.,1- a series of conte
--'VTT1 viSland K
1" J 1 1 n,. 11.111 II.
c MpRride was '"" w .
.vertising copy wn.cn
n X'nant's committee commr-ed
. .. , m,..,.;,, Mrs. Lawrence (,ici-n,
paiiiwiiv" fMr the committees
;na;r0dennagrgmerchaynd,se by mail that
there s notning K'"v"- , . lin(,th
The merchants discussed at 1 ength
the fact that presort stocks m Wa
.esMlle weie laiger nd or X.
Plt-t than at any time b n
nt vphts and also, that tne pi
WAYNKSVll.l.K, N. C. TM KSUVY, IHTOHKK
$1.00 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
i - v - Sw..k --f . t ; -Sir k
u SL 4m, - ' 14tl x.w -w ivssr
a , g I . .
ii I III l M I MHN - - I
lElection Officials Expect
i n nnn Vntps To Be Cast
In Haywood Next Tuesday
It Ain't Right "
Democrats Confident W t.eums
Majority Will Over Three
Thousand In C ounty
a short time ago, a mer-
of this eiiiiimuiiuy 1
citizen . coming out ot tht
otl-yc with a parcel P't
under .his a'lii. iri
their imiUial 1 nennsii.',.
both -toni-ied ' inoniem n- l
nHHlinp of the day.
Thc c.t.i, had a package
. - ..... 1'ivnt limltT l'1
, whi,h lie had just
i). 1 llns tacK.ine
wiuHuiiH- wind. . i,vn';;;ihi:
... i ..i.,.,!iF had on hi.-
V(. at the same pi u ' .
;1S1" a shxrf time .hefon
vhant had he"" kind el
,xll,nl to his friend
, l. was in due need.
I,,.' citizen was shewm
nVl.,ati..ii .y huymn- the
U at the same pi
town I'l' 1,"J"1-
It a . n t -right--
llemiurats weri' getting
a high pitch hero yet-tor-
fma n alls tor a
nV,b", of .lil.-ov,, the iounty for
i ; -i.. i ho k jiMiinii t it tin
week-eml, whim- h
ntmued their cainpaigMing
(Iding most ot men
La-4 1 o k and li.av.i.Um
TIk- Democrats plan to have the
. i ,f ir vear ouc i"""
ernoon at two
ii- Robert : R.
loop Styles, ot
r 1. ltlllllle
1 that a l
o'ehn k to hear Sen--Kovnolds.
.ally will be staged
at' winch time .1.
Ashevillo, will he the
t, .hairiiuin of the
H iv' committee., nn
ellv would bo held on
IV, aNo al llazelwonii
,hl Mr-.. K. L. McKee
natonal nominee, wnl
Bethel Boy Wins
First Place In
Leaders Of Both
nr Wnnrlmen Yes-
. , i.- i -ill turn -tini- i ii
irs Ware in - (o,.d A SufCCS8
National Contest. v,u , ,w uu. ,.,
Steve Cathey, Of Hethel, Declar
vd Wet JudKe Of Heef t'.ittle
At National Show
Mrs. C. A. Black
Ruriori In Char
lotte On Friday
Funeral service, vere held in (haT
lotte f,om the home of Mr and Mr
Jake F. Newell at tfdock or rn
,,av afternoon for Mis. C haiUs ;
Black, 77, who oca (
nt Sunnv Cove (he ha d on tm
I'.gcon Road at 1 30 a m Thurs
lx Rev R P. Walke-, pastor of
he" vllt lr,rT church .
Uaynebv.lle, assisted by Di AU m.
Sidney Johnson, pastoi ui the -Presbyter-urn
conducted the services. Inte m
as in the Elm wood cemetery ot
Charlotte. Walker, (i.
Pallbearers were J. O hl ' s
Doug Moody, W Fied Moody E. J
DeLancy, W. S. Cunningham, C ol i
Hall Morrison, and Thomas C Hay e
Mrs. Black was the former Mis
I elia M. Bell, oi v " p, k
and after her an.aKe to M. . B j
St.e Cath, sun of Mi and Mrs.
J M Cathey, of Re the 1, won fn st
place in judging beef eat I le at the
Natioial 1 K live stoik judging,
contest, held: in Kansas e ny ;
l,er H) He won second piace lor
points MOHd in the entnc conte-t
U.ch meluded the judging of bet f
, attic, dany tattle, sheep, hor.es
hogs and poultry-:
bov from Iowa won first place. in
the contest, and icceived a $!0U bchol
arsh.p and social cah pim- fo- h.s
achievement ( athey .e.med mora
I th-.m f.ftv dollars in pnz-es for win-
. r . .. i I.....1... ... lull a ma ioi
.ai lonai ieuo : -
,,o!itieal parties wire hot ii eoinioi m ,
1,1 sUr. M.toiN n.M lutsday, he i.
something like 4".tum.tMiO x.tns go c ,
,h, polls and cast iher votes foi the
next picsio.nt ot th. I'mUd Mat.
large number ot predictions
have been made as to the outcome',
of next Tuesday's voting Most ol I
the pi edit turn,, being based on nation
Iwul, straw sous. Although W .a. -I
ers of bth parties do not feel that
I such means of fore-telling the ie
sultt this year will hold Hue as u.s
U'en the vase in past p.es.lential
l elections. ...
I The I.iteiaiy Digest -t P"
, last night, gave as the t.n.U tou. ... .
1 iildi.ol foi Cov t men 1-andoii, ami
I)7'H1I7 foi President Koos.-y w.
... . .1 V.....V. I'mlimn crave Itoosl'- i
tnis mini, .i
l,oK Kollinn. State Lea-den
Heard In Addresses
Few Changos Made
In Vavnesviue hi.
; E. Church District
'Hex W. . Kollins Ketuins
! riesidinK Elder; - Dr.- K. S.
I Tiiiesdale As Pastor
Copies of Hie ImiIIoIs Ihal
,vlll Im' us. il 1" n.M --ii-mIi s
.1,-,-Hoii will ' found " -I1"""
lin .-e of I hi' -mimi-. 'I !'' '-Ioi-
an- r. pi.Mln.
,w.r 1"-' "s ""'v
,MM.r on vour I"'"""- 't"
ev.'.'lloo of lnsiiei.Ho"
an. I Hi"' siiiiialiiie f '
, liaii niaii of ll' Immii'I .,
el.-. lloiis on .'u I iMtllol.
The MHh semi-annual Western Dis-I
lIltt Rolling of the "
the Wo. Id and th, Supreme orest
Woodmen t.ule, which hi ought II..
. . e .11 i. ml of the wet-
i eg ices '" " i
miction of the states was te mod
Nl.s.e,day afternoon by P'Wnt
Rev Frank Leullierwood 4is b.jng
innut Kiiccess ful.
I lht. morning s. ss.on wa, 1 vij e ...
to iretiera routine woik, io.u -
, J L r ' h showed a ma.ked ,.....". I b,s hop
1M " ' ,. .L .v,...,( .V... ,t st rict. I elders.
White the mirganization of the
u Noith (a.olma t.mf.i.n
lett uninii.'K .,,. charges
reus' in tne i.". i- .
'..' the mountain distiut f.o.n t
' M!The change xas given at the time
'of the sess.on of th, annual
If.. Iw.ll I Ml III It.
nad the l.M pnpaied bv the
liml lis eal.in.t ot pies......
ning second piace.
lirti novs. re oe.v. -. . ... ..
1 . ..... J .-..eeral nossessions ol Hie
suiit. ... i
U S. took part in the contest.
The North Carolina team consisted '
of three regulais and
Of thv flelegauoo, v "
only m.mhe. Ln n Vh" r t
Kntcita.nment for all the 1 t .
!tp escntativcs and content ants v as
finished bv the kaiws . ,ty ( am
he of Commerce, Armour and L om-
,,,, Sears ive euuvn " ;,
aT the American R.al L.-
rY0Al'McLa.n, tea, In r .f gn ul-Jlat"bethe1.-m....ia,.cJ
to Kansas City.
Meet Here Toda
i ve.lt and
Landon (,!!.. i
On the other lianu, a """" ' ,
,,,, illlK cndu.ted bv t"'' ".!'.
of ublK Opinion gives "1n'
Koos.vclt 1"0 ehet.oal votes am
(,!., n.i Landon 111. or ascNp.ess. 1
,n p," entag.s of th. .pulai vot-
It, os. ye It 1 and I alid,.iM
The Sky .Moved
: . e
The land () The Sky offi es, which,
, been lo.at.d in the H.guson
The renorcs , ,. . ,
... .v,.Mirhoiit. the district
in nionioci Mi f - - . ,
Add , of w.l ome we., made by
'( ha, lis L Kav. p.. side, it of t he
Chamber of Commerce, and Kev- H.
W Uaucoin, representing the Ko-
' U noon, th, d.l.g.it.vv... s,,v,d
I . . ... u,.. lit.. .list church, iindi i
1 M . M.s rani
?U11K tlH .ouis, of th. nun '
visitors thanked the yvomen f"t th.
hountiful and delightful meal.
The afu.noon scss,,,., was d. voted
...thit, addi.ss.s Iht tnst being l.y
Mr. I lb. K..KM- t-"' -"Wir i1'
, ,h, sup ,.0. i 4 u"1 ;,
Newton, of hmsu.li. who .s stat
!. ..e ,h Wmidmen ol toe
orhl- . . . . .. ,,i,
i-i. .... i u, i ress was ny .ou-.t,-
l.l.'rs. .:.. ,i. ihrvt
I Twenty-six iastors (
' maun.ain d,st nts w.M' give" d'' ,
,t chinih appointments, wth l
'".nK made in the Waynesville dis-
l1'', ..,,n,-.'s wer- made in the pre-
?.L ; the three, mountain
1 ",,mK u .11.1 West go
.. .. .. i in mi ri. riuurn:. i .. rc ii:it ..r v 'iihntini. ii'-
i... . iv.r ii linos 1 1. 1' i ii-- v . - v.. - . 1M TT . -V .
h.c. he,n i.iovi.i th.s week to th" , . raU , nalis.n
1 f,.,..,it (iiTunii'.l by the city i
, s ' .u M....n., building Thi
fr,r-f will lie
i iiiciiii -"- -i
four to the right
the other room
i tree and nine.
located in number
in entering, while
WIU be numliel.s
:. j.t.-i.-t (if the
an aftVr her'mamage to Mr. B . The eucntn u. . hoM
a rv,orlot.te. where she reside. . American . ... ftl.nooh in
,ng her residence here she has en
deared herself to a large .nee
'""solving are her husband, Chrales
A. Black, fnd the following chiklrcn
.urs. jaKe i . t""- - . r Rnurke
V I F. CBK HK "1 LI " ,
I F Cabe, Democratic nominee ir
.'es.ntat.ve.is.onf.n.elto his home
with what w thought to b. an attack
"Vic?"" expected be out again within
" . . r thn i o fivi' VN. .
. -,.(,t The menim-.i- -
local un.t, of which M.r K " , m ILDINC KOAD
C -P IV T. llnwm g the o,k was started Tuay n
t,ses ot tneo.ca . , .r,a,iinga roan worn .. - - - . .
.. ..-.-.n a lea win " .- - - .
businefrs . . .
compliment to the v,;.to
The convention voted l i.. i
Hicvard in April.
OIlK.rs lc.i the da-tiKt an h v
Hank Ieathe.wood. of W aym syille,
, " dent, 11 B Holland, of ( a.e.leen
ue p.esid.nt, and Roy J LH.s of
Marion, s, c reta. V-tr asUr r New
of, e-s will be .h.ted in April
lei.-U to As heville. I"'v- "
s K ( i ii ... v Uo ins re-
to Marion, and R.-v. .W. A. .
tin ns to Waynesv , -Truesdide,
pastor of the I'
V buri-h of Waynesville ..turns
Others appointed in the. Waynes
vil ' district' are asf.dh-s- A;id-,'W..
W S. Smith; Bethel, T .. hghlill.
Hrevar.l Station, .1. n. P''"" .
. V M Hohb.ns, (anton 1 U
mak,(Kd.,i: ( IM,,, (uuowhii,
, (, llilln.r, lr , i .bt..., A I
h,' .. H.llwood, II I) I' -up.
;. : a c Ravle; Franklin
t'l'tmn ( ' H- hot I' I'hn
Station, ( e . , , to
( ncuil, .) ' '"" , . n ,,
of Charlotte; Mrs. 11T1' Black, 1
of Sarasota, Fla., and Louis M. B ,
Alan T. Black, and , an i the
Black, all of Waynesville, anJhe
following granc.mi.i-", Snvder,
Snyder, of Uxing ton Ja ck S nvd .
Temple Snyder, Jr., Mi
well Snyder, off of Salisbury Mis
Jean Rourke, Miss Annie Be ill Rourke
and Miss Frances Rourke, all of barar
Travelers Rest, S. C, anu c d
grandchildren, Thomas Miller Snyder
of Lexington, and Elizabeth
Snyder, oi sansuuiy.
ville, spent several days Aar n
M5t wPPV at their summer home on
the Soco Gap Road.
woman of the W
preside. The prop And, rson, 0f
.ffite N'orth Carolina depart
(haiiotit, ,v Mlss
mental P"'0? w lm,ngton. de
Auieha Adams, oi t,(afUrer,
M J B Pa J Canton, fifth
ai woman will' also bung a mcs-
WCfec. -ond vice
rrwinbem charge of
following un.ts Mhe .
Mountain Frank " Ca Burni!t
gP-eJlS. . expected to at
i 4nd f ?om all units.
JINE APPLES IN OCTOBER
ri-j.,1 nir a road l.oni .-. .
"'Z American Ug.on Home, which
a.es onl.epotarett. The new road .s
iaiisoi.i i H..U..,. service
tost hacK oi toe '
H I RTS FIM.LK
K.noits .ea.hing Wavnesvile
Mountameei, had the- m.sfo.l .une to
pt a finger huit while 'rkinB n
k n.ess last l'.idav afternoon While
Pamful, it was not te.m.d as bung
sp,ak at Haelwood Sp.akeis foi
Fines ('reek were not announced, l' .i
;iav nltthl at Hethel, M C Stamey
. L.,..w..l uoeilUer.
will DC tne 1" ' . ...
A general vount.y-wi.it' i.o.y
be held at the court noiu-e
. .. ... I, l..tt uiurl IhlS Will
nnrni. tvir. i,o
wind up the nuttings m th, ocunty fo.
the campaign. .
las, night W C Byeis spoke- at
White Oak Du.ing the past week he
poke at Ciuso and ..Im, at the .ounU
. , i.,o. sti.tin.av night.
ral V at t.. .win "v ' r. . c .
At the Canton ...eet.ng, the high
sc-hool auditorium was packed attt r a
harlH-eue supper was e.-rved to ov r
1 Kid In the afternoon Mrs.
McKee add.essed an audience ot
about 300. . ..
Mr Clv.L' Jarrett, Republican non
in,e fo, ( ongressman, spoke to tw
,ull,enees in this eou.ity during the
('.,. ,.f t ht U'fif'k.
Th. hoa.d of .l.etions was pre
UM ,o t.,k. .are ol a moid vote
ibis v,ar, as both parties have been
, .mpaignmg hard fo, the P-- ;
w,,ks It is ,xpet'd that the total
vote will be above th,' 10,000 mark.
In lH2 a total f 10,000 votes were
cast with tht Democats taking a ma
. ollU of about fX0 I" the 10 U
election the majority was cut down
!to about 1.J00 It was said v.steidav
howeT.i bv It'-no ...tu l.ade.s, tin
this vi ii 's had would bi wtll ovu
the .'t',000 mark.
The following schools in the county,
I vhic-h also serve as voting precincts,
: will be closed c.n election day : ( enti al
1 hmnttta.v, Wayne ville, Lellwood
Magu.e. Rek Hill, Bethel, Low. i
("rant jet. Fines Cue k, anil lion Duff
i Some-time later in the year the day
Will be made up by the schools.
Mr and Mr- rel.x Stovall were'
among those motor.ng to Knoxv 11
for the football game on Saturday
hotween Duke and the Un.ve.sity of
WZZ. iS? !W. Roy Francis On
(l L (.ov; Mu.phy S at on W A
P'.rher' Murphv Circuit, R- ' Jll"
, Tni .. Webster, tj.
dawfo.d, and missionary to Braul,
C W. Clay..
MKN AT V(RK- ON ARMORY
A s.o.e T.r more of men are at woik
on the a-mo.y site near the de po
The lot has heen lev el. d and the wall
sites measured ti"-
'1 ennessee. -
PicoTStThat Paid Junaluska Debt
kin o- Tnnr In
IJV U1I1IIH) -
W Roy Francis, assistant distiut
a'torney, spoke last night in Lincoln
ton, to "the Young Democratic club of
1 incoln county, and is scheduled fo
Kpeak tonight in Ratherfordton to a
ii similar organization,
Mr Francis is in Statesville all this
w.-e k attending the fall term of fed
eral court, anl is expected back heie
the last of this week.
The following cash pr.ces were be- nJ!
ing paid Wednesday by the arro i brought to. 1 he .viou which so
Federation here: 12c!a bunch. f be the cond gn.wth for
beaw wcignv, , i happeneu c " ,-- 0r There
Chickens, fryers Xi'Sc the "on the' group, and
Eggs, dozen . $110 were five appie- y
Corn, bushel '.Tic I almost ripe.
Wheat, bushel .
f SAVE JUNALUSKA CAMPAIGN
r-Mi ncn. south
W A LAMBETH, D.CTO
-..MO.. PAUL B - K.BKMAN. TA
PAY TO THI
--, .onoM . No. 127
nK-K TRUST CX. & E. M- DLTUIAM, M
r mibcantiijx DOLLARS (8100,000.00)
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAlts
WXCHOVl n NK & TRUST CO.
in.. ii iHnvr. r.. c-
SAVK JUNALUSKA CAMPAIGN
I'icturfd above is
the det.t was paid in full
s. n tv nel V -rl Th. e
ih- ehe-c-k wtneh
!. d and ir.h'-r ..tl
a. vvhen l
KXPECT NO TROUBLE SATURDO
tT'hief of Police Stnngrfield said
vesterdav that he-. did not anticipate
any trouble here Maturuuy u.
Hallowe'en, as he had four men on
S() FELL IV CRBTRSE
Reports readhing Waynesvilje
W'ednesdav morning were that s-no.v
fell in lower Crabtree earlier in ti,':
morning. It was also reported thai
d few flakes fell early Tuesday mo"
ing. . :
vas passed ftver to ih- mortfr:.
,s e. rnpl.t.d lir I s H-.l.i
rs were put -.n rwad.. and th
.j,l,l.-rs apalnst I.a K J u.....u
afu-i niion in the lavv c.tli.ee -of
. debt marked paid in -full.
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