The Waynesville Mountaineer
' , at of Havwood County At The Eastern Entrance oj me w a
Published In The County Seat of Hayvooa , OT $1.00 IN
oTlN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
TTyScONDYEAR NO. 45.
, Pad Prnss
Drive To Begin On
Wednesday, Mo v. la
n,,ve Will Be Inaugurated With
Supper Meeting ---Baptist
H W Baucom, announced
TfJr'the annual 'Red Cross
, ' ft Membership Drive this week.
, that the drive would be m-
f::cd iith a supper meeting on
.vUv evening, November the lh
ttelch Memorial Sunday school
- line at 7:30 o'clock. Four dya
V'Sslve work lasting from the
: . ' nrough the 21st will be under-
' , " bv the various committee... j
V Vn lin the supper meeting will
, ' Xers of the Haywood county
'h' "he community chairmen, .
X 'leas one of their worker,, and
.'.'.'j-ois of the town, making a
: .V.'.f fifty persons expected
p Haywood county ehapt.'
...u.. the following committee.-, ,
;u lmainilcr of the county having
. 1,-ship in the Canton yhapui.,
-V, cesville, Deilwood.. MagiTie lu,
l.,ke .lunaluka, Ilar.elwood,
'U'n's" ("reck, Saumwk, and Fint
' iier- are: II. VV. Rau.om. ehair
rii 1 N Davis, roll all chairman:
c E. Quinlan, vice chairman; j
,'lia m Medford, secretary and treas-
Mrs. T. L. C.wyn. chairman of ;
lUy; Mrs. LeRoy Davis, hair
;,lHn of junior work; Mis Louise
K va-ds, first aid; Homer Henry d
, re ief; Bob Gibson, pellagra
r .ntrol Mr . Grover C. Davis home
lunches for tuberculosis infected
' i,il,l"en Mis. Jack Messer.
lH Suarter. for the mil call will
be located in the office of the cha.r-
t X Davis. nmwif "" "
Xito get their supplies and turn
in their reports here tVloRp,i
The local work done by the Red
Cro, through the assistance of he
lubru. health nurses in this section
Ling the past year ha. beout-
standing, Many " , ther
which there seemed to be no other
available funds have been g.ven relief.
In speaking of the state work Mr.
in spcan. k i,ltv,i twisting
Baucom sa.a: - . -
winds, wnicn swh" aimnKi
Carolina last spring, killing almost
a" score of persons, injuring hundreds,
destroying and damaging hundreds of
l u ldings, boosted the state's disas
ter activity higher than it has been
... .,, . it.. ,orrnru nf veteran
Not wunin uie
Red Cross workers have there been
iaxi u"s Hosvastating
tornadoes so cuihh-"j - -;,s
those which swept Greensboro and
other cities in the south during the
a :i ,.rt mil Pel Ml.
first weeK in . Apm. ' ,la.,i
Baucom .yesterday in his usual
summation of Red Cross accomplish
ment in the state.
Nan Wood Honeyman
woman vv.-r ... I,,- sm , con-A-d
H.'n. yinan, al.ovo, I -' '
A, :; ;,,f.,,d ...... iM.u.i-n
Museum thief Here
fnfAn(.n Wi n
' II I 1111 . 1 A A
II. C.Wilburn bat.
Oilices For CoiW-cUnS -xMuseum
Aiticfes Moved -from Court
House To Citizens Bunk
ed And Painted
Father Lane announces that the ex
tensive repairs of painting and dec
orating the Catholic chitfch property
has been completed. The chapel has
been entirely redecorated. A ntw
liturgical altar of Ya'"U and
against a gold background ana
wrought iron crucifix furnishes the
sanctuary, " v0
rug design covers the floor New
lighting fixtures have Been
and the walls throughout decorated m
silver gray. New painted stations of
the Crosg complex J-"-'" . ."
Memoers ot ot.6'-b-.- i
well pleased with the renovation, ana
Wr Lane is hyte
the the pumic is nv'- Thp
to inspect this devotional chapel. The
publics .always welcome toaUend
any of the . services. r ,
wishes to puDiiciy -"-"." .
merchants for their efficient serves
in obtaining the necessary supplies
lor this general
On Saturday Ned J. Buriv, acUim
," bA Yt . .. .:.t,., Museum mvisioii
f the Natonal 1'ark beiviu, 01
KS o7 Electing u.e nia.nal
and planning the unuw.. .
posed museun v . lhe-
rOo-th Carolina side. , ,
Mi Burns, made a general check
J, the work so far accomplished,
0t AinciKau mountain
nort raved in me , ; ,
cStuJto be -semi-led from
now be ng collected " -v" - -
... ...U inmri'HSed with
Mr burns was iiiuih-; . .
the possibilities of the museum, which
s intended to tell the stery of the
park area in geology, ethnology and
Archaeology, and of the -ork and
plans so jar uiHieiwivw..
buv , ,,,, of the mu-
seum! which have been maintained .m
he basement floor of the Haywood
county court h,use since January 1,
!"" .until the .tot of October, have
be n moved to the second floor . -ot
on n . ' , . ,...,! n..f.nierbv the
the; bm aing . rmnany.
SZXesTt rcc house 'have
Sfn trnished,. .don, withheand
lights, free ot cnai-ge lu,
committee oui b . f
On account of certain county n In t
Hctivities it seemed necessary for
activities,, " j the use of
fr." d'th"e St,f Novem-
the new , uai.e s Sationa1 '
i,r0OIv.,lft.::r ;; v;.. of heatmg
Park service, Mr Wil-
will have to be arranged by Mr. wn
burn. j tv,o members
Both Mr. vviulu p k
nf tv,P Western North ta.onnd
of the rommpnted
ontheco-operationoj th 'Jon.
missioners in the , 8Ct.
tinued efforts in uVpj-r, -
Of County Board Is
Three Members Are Mentioned
Around Court House As
I. kely To He Named
The smoke of battle had ha.diy
.h.ued away from the general elec
lioii. before talk began about the nan -(,f
a cha-.rman vi the board o
c-cunty commissivmei. on Uuh y
December 7, when the new boa. d taUs
oIIkc and names their chairman.
Kor the past four yeuivthe vha i
nmn as been elected by t he vote, .
l,ut Representative J- T. bailey, m
the n;';. session of the legislature ,
changed this along with the other ma
j,,.. ,hai.Se of dividing il.e county in o
d, struts fr" "hl-h xw eoW-mic-si(.iuT
, vspeculation as lohWh ol th,. seve;
IU.W1V eleted conmuss.one.s wou.d
:H. made chairman - a matt., ol
,muh con.n.eiit around the coa..
: lunise this week. .
fhus far. only three of the .even ,
; have been mentioned, and each ol tin j
j th.ee mentioned would have the Joi. ,
! !, understood from good author.ty
I Thcx-e taking part in the .hscussums,
i alwavs point out why each ...an shouu
, anu-d to lead the board for the
i iu.vt two vears- and get $100 mo.e a
1 year than the other six
K T Hovd, of .lonathan ( reek, is
being n.entionel, as i.e o..-
erienceas chairman of the board
He se,ved as chairnian when, he cou.t
tunie was built. ,
Jrvi. Allison is aW bo.ng me";
ti.nu.d. He is the only niembw of -tn.
present board that was .v-.- w. ...
ha served ...any limes on the hoa.d.
"'The third member is J..A. 1-owe,
former sheriff. While this is M.
1 owe's first experience no i
of commissioners, he has had . , on
l .siderabte experience with com. y af
fairs as sheriff. His chances of be
ing named chairman have been
honed hv the fact that he lives
here in' town and enn devote his en
tire time tn the work. . .
Anvwav, this matter of naming a
'chairman" of -the new board is eaus.ng
cons iderahle talk.
Crowds rlocK to Jcc yuu
s Dafoe nursery
4i p B i -i H U b t:: ifeijr
1 TlfWlst crolL .. -SJ
Willi i ' . n,h to the door
Ar,v,,nent idea of lhe crowds which have orn , a b o
oV the Dionne qulniuplcta . ., m-& parking lot
aoove vew. . ( -n sp shown he.pw..
Cash Prizes Being
Essays In Schools
Chamber Of Commerce Offering
$2.'0 In Cash For Essays
! (. -n.ut le
of the county in presenting the 1
At Home F.rsf plan of the trade L
home van.pa.gn of the organ.zatn.n.
l'tans are underway this week to
have speaker, go ...to every elenien-
I la y school ill the county outside ot
i lieaverdam township, and to alsw pre-
Kent details of the essay contest
i which is being taged in the schools
, The committer met this week and
i worked out detaile. of the essay vn- .
i te-1 and annojneed m a page a.hei-
! lisemelit elsewhere in Oils paper, that
! $2l.,-,0 ... ca-h would he awatdrd to
! the vi hool chi'dren ax n. -
I ' prie of li. ee dollars each i
.......g otle.ed in each ol tae Inc..
s Iwh.U in the coi.nl y, and a gran.
, ,,e of $" for the best high scnoo
I , s.nv. A P-M.e ol $S and a second
,.;. f ifJ.MI is being olfered the
j , U ineiitary student writing the best
i ",Mi wo'i essav m the county.
... ... ,,n I'hui-sdav.
1 ne coiuesi win ' '
lleeember 10, and (be winners will be
announced the following Thursday.
Speakers this week will explain
the details of the contest a they make
their appearance ai. me
complete list of all speakers will
appear in the next issue of tills paper.
Will ise iviarKea
1 it aiht mcirrl
' u .,;r,'i .iirht to buv mer-
chandise out f town and then
expect local merchants to ex
change it for you when the wrong
size was bought or sent in by a
mail order house.
Hut, here is a t:ue story of hat
happened in this community re
cently. , ., ..
A woman brought a child s
coat to a local merchant to have it
exchanged, because the mail or
der hou.e had sent the wrong
size. The woman couldn t wait
to send the coat back, because the
child needed the wrap the next,
night, . ,(
The coat was- of lower quality
than what the merchant had at
the same price. He could not
: 'afford to mix his stock.
The woman saw the difference
in qualitv, and offered to pay
1.50 in order to get the exchange.
The merchant rightfully 're
fused Had she purchased the ouat
there in the first place she would
have saved money, saved time,
gotten a properly fitting coat, and
been better pleased.
"The moral to this is: ., ou
can't lose when you try your local
! I i mt l -.1 til
1.1. A. XU ixvcv v""
E. L.McRee lonigni
Three From Here On
Cruise Around World
Mrs. Mary Saumen.g, of "J
who has spent sometime tn
ville as a guest at Hillcrest, and who
. ,6 . :,) Tiovmanently,
has come here io rewu
accompanied by Miss Katherine Ray
and Mr. Uiyae n. j- -here
Thursday for New York C ty. wheie
they have spent tne PB-
day they sail on tne o. - V" " 1(i
Van Buren, for a five months world
' Thei- Itinerary takes them from
New York tothg
Panama una., f . .
then by way oi nun. - , e
and China, the Phillrpine . Islands the
Straits ti o ha' France.
Bombay, L,airo, their
In France they win p-" ,
stay and from there go England
for a Couple 0f vceeks and sail from
KinU i ai i.y
Set ror liie itt
U :il li nvuh Sill -
111 1 hhimv
licent rarR ruuuai
. - . i
ii i believed bv those nearest the j
1 m hut one of the primary
sup in. o;i(,nt .money to
;i,,Sr,:!ini,ne;.ded ,7.10.00.1 I.
,),5;o the park and bring .1 undo
the National 1'ark Service fo, mam
tenance and development. All. the
lands have been acquired on the N rth
;;;;;:rn.ma!no'b;: purchased on the
ZZZ '"ofWnt Uoo-veirs
visi ii to the park last Sept em mm- and
h 'private and public stalemens
si- then 1K:(' !Ln Smok
Sains National Park opera.ing
f the National l'aru rserv.c '
Oh ' : ween .now and early
trl !i could he nui in shape for
the off. ial opening next summer.
Ill . 171 nwr T'lin
"An enthusiastic throng :all day
,ong," was the way;M . W a ms
summed up his open,, k 'V"
riZ o n CheyroW Company,
"Hun reus viiw "ui ,
Mr Watkins said, -and the mark
al.ut the new 1937
cates that it was everything that tne
public expected L" . , . farf
Mr. vvaiKin -for
the opening, and sold two the.nrFt
Hay. He expects another shipment
A certain local citizen walked
i,o a Waynesville store recent y
with eight radio tubes in a shoe
box under his arm. Unwrapping
them, he said: . ,
"1 have eight tubes here, 1
kiiow some of them are na.i. i
want them tested, please, to see
which are good and which need
replacing." . , .
The radio dealer courteously
touted each tube on a modern test
ing machine (which cost over
$100). When he had finished, he
handed the man back his tubes,
telling him which three were de
fective and needed replacing.
The radio .dealer then said he
had just the tula's the man needed
in stock - new tubes, made by a
nationally known radio linn. 1
this the man replied:
"Oh, 1 was g.iing to order the
the tuhes 1 needed from a mail
order house tm.ight. I just want
ed you lo tell me how many 1
There are many people who
have read the above, incident wn
will probably remark: "1 don t
believe such a yrn." The names
of the parties involved can be giv
en on request, if neeessa.y t
prove that it really happened.
. i v w.nffit. of the
A bingo party io. iven at
KSe,., the ,Por
Sip of theotaryb
Huff, William Medford, and I Pr, S V-
The prizes a. ev-- j
to as much aP:$ fO ;each th ;
value of the pr. g.
Specia! eme . ,th the play.
ing ol moie
,n nrp RKS TO COLLECT
LABOR PRitine no time
tstcrmic posni;, in the nation.
Mrs E Li McKee, of Sylva will
address tne pauun
nesville ; school on Jhw.d.y evening.
at the regular ineo..6 "V, , ,,i ,
ent-Teacher Association of the school
The topic of the program is An
Adequate School Program.
All the Parent-Teacher's Associa
tion of the Waynesville Township
schools are minted to near .
Kee and to enjoy the prvsram es
pecially planned by the East Waynes,
ville group in observance of Ameri
can Education Week.
New Fords Will Be
The new 1937 Ford V-8 will be nn
dismay at Abel's Garage on Saturday
-S week, according to an an-
tinuncement-in ioa i'i"1v .
l ocal Ford men attehdMt , meet-
inir of rora (it'cl-' ,,.
ing oi 1 .,, models.
week, and xneie . ,
Several marked .improvements haye
gen made on the new models, it was
id and a large attendance is being
prepaid for at Saturday's showing.
n CU- fltan TTprP
Armistice Day was observed in
Waynesville in a quiet manner. All
of L stores were cloaedP tdrK
stores Tne oanK "
,m rT'house remained closed for the
day- . ... kiMTi Lecion
Last nignt, ine -.'' : " .
gave a barbecue and a dance at the
f . w nonnt street. This
Legion norm- - .
the only celebration of the day.
bible Services will
nvmTTF.l) FOH 2
WEEKS AT IIAZELWOOI)
.... . nastor of
Rev. wriston iioi'.,. i . ---
'v " -. . . x r..v,.or an -huroh,
the Oak toresi rit... .
Seville, will induct a series of
Rible serv ces at me naiv"' -Bml.'w
, ...l. t..;inn. nn Sunday
bytermn enure v,,"""" nni
the loth, a? announci m--. r .
Rev O. C. Landrum, this week. The
services will be held each night dur
ing lhe next two week,, beginning at
7:30. . ;.;, '.'
,t:,t. a n S!i v mA m
V inner i;i iv uruui
Vivadeau Swayngim. of Waynes
ville hiv been awarded a gold meda
of honor for making the best rep.)rt
of anv 4-H club member in the county
?' . .: I A U Knral Khvtrifica-
in a iaiMiimi -
..t..t ,.i.ti ui'tri bv exw-nsiw"
llOII C"ll.",' -
agents. ;; , ..., ;. ,.d bv
TV,u dinner wno
.... a ..r,. VV I). Smith, is au-
you.. y ; : " fhe Rtatc con
tomaticany cu.v. .- -
test, in which the prize m a . JoO.OO
merchandise ccn.i c.
expense educational trips to the loth
. . . , ha held in
National 4-ri lohi5', fc
Chicago November 27-Deccmber 5,
will be awaraea iu i.nt
highwt scoring state champions
. . ... l:LV tli eio-ht will
T he tnree nigncni, ui V f
be awarded cash college scholarships
..nY f?nn and $200, and other
Contestants. -were: required to sub
mit a diagram showing the location
of their farm with relation to the
nearest "high line,'; and another plan
Showing how to:w,re xm . r
to indicate what appliances they cou
use to advantage, am. "''"v .
- - .1 . horn oUmt Tli'll V.
add where tneymivv"
V. R. FRANCIS IIKAKU
W R Francis, assistant U. S. Pis-,
trict" attorney, was one of the speak
ers last night at the Armist.cePay
program which was observed in Ruth-
erfordton, oy iov r.r
,f the county and the Legion Auxd.a
Other speaners we.c uu..-
Sink and past district Commander D.
C. Whitaker. ', .
A survev of histori.'al spots in the
mountain a-ea of North Carolina fur
the purpose f erecting highway
markers, will be undertaken iiuiing
lhe next week by Miss Mai yuonr vi
amar acting collector for the North
Carolina Hall of History, who will
leave Raleigh for the west tooay. miss
.. , : I...: 1.., Ih.. Stsittt
lieiamar is un"K o .- 'y ..v -
Historical Commission, C. C. Critten
den., secretary, which is carrying on
the historical marker program in iu-
v, llitnin't merit, of
operation wiui -
Conservation and Development and
the Highway Public Works Commis
sion. The legislature at its last
session appropriated $!,nni a year ior
the prwsent bienriium for this pur
pwe. Miss Delamar on fhis trip expects
to cover the following counties:
Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Swam, Ma
con, JaeKSOn, liaywuoii, na"j"'
nia, Madison, Huncombe, Henderson,
Yancey, Mitchell, Avery, McDowell,
Rutherford, Cleveland, Ilurke, and
Caldwell. In each county she will
confer with authorities on local
The markers, oounie laeeu an.,
made of aluminum, are of the size as
those Of Virginia, but the lettering
is larger and the design distinct. Al
most one hundred legends have now
been approved, and several dozen
markers lire actually in place.
01 Votes Miows
No Bij; Changes
The election return. for this county
; ,i,.t-iii tnr n ! lTU'T.s. nil
are ffiven in vivuiH, rjr , ---
another page of this paper. The Dem
L: .. mtHtiirm near the .
ocranc iiij. ..j ,
j p. Cabe, Demo. ratic Represen
tative, led the ticket in the county.
n.. .i ,,t!il nf .1 818 vnt.ps.
jtr. i,ane num-u a iww. - -
. " . .. L. I :..l..il Wifl.. naf
The taouiaiion as puunoire,.
show the way Haywwd voted on the
five amendments. The totals showed
that everv amendment carried.
The hrst amenoon-Mi., i t-.h. i.--
supreme court carried by a vote of
5,094 to 1,910.
The second amendment, to limit
-mn,.rn. tax exemDtion for homes
occupied by owners carried by a vote
of 6,3fi4 to 1,677.
The third amendment, to permit
classification of property for taxa
tion, was 5.0R.1 to 1,568.
lhe iourin amciiuinriik,
to raise the maximum income tax rate,
i l . .... A 190 tA 9 074
carrieu ov a -, y , . -.
The fifth amendment, to place re
striction on nublic debt, was carried
by a vote of 4,940 to 1,706.
Miss Belle Bright had as her guests
over the week-end Miss Able Robinson.
Fleetwood, all of Mars Hill, N. C.
. . , .