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Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
FIFTY-THIRD YEAR NO. 12
WAYNESVILLE, N. t. Till RSDAY. OCTOHER 28. IVT,
$1.50 IN ADVANCE IN COUMY
Fifth Sunday j
ned By Baptists
has definitely decid
I:. race. At the time
Mi'! I IS. '11
to t!!!cl '
.,.ta This I'll
Utwunaii mat ne wisne-o v.c
,fl0t.y onM be induced to become
;ijdiUe fi the Tar Heel's junior
4. Gevrriuir Hoey, said some-
i . I.:. .i lynupl'nni' tnulc
a ilav. and ne
$(Wr else U
1 he fifth Sunday
Haywood Baptist A
held at the .Meadow'
East Fork, Sunday,
For Three Days
Built S. A. Citadel To Make Addr
cording to announcement made by the
10 a. m. Worship, led by Rev. II.
10:15 a. in. "What Right Has a
Church to Expect its .Members to
was not seek- Support its Services by Their I'res-
do while in ollice. i ence . Rev. (). 1 . burnett.
I H:45 a. m. "What Right Has a
Church to Expect its .Members to Sup
port it by Their Prayers?" Rrv. 1.
11 a. in. "What Right Has a Church
to Expect its Members to Support it
I' ridav -
staml I'.v Mi'- Morrison, mdi
that In does not intend to sup
Haniuik provided another candi
conies nut. However, Mr. Mor
wjl support the man whom he
i l ,I.r...,i
H Oi'Sl CTiance ui uoicae
Rev. 1 bus.
1 I . . . l. .. i. i t . ..
jmort' ealiiimaies uiai enter uil-
betUT the chances of Rcv-
ireuiniiit; his .ollice, it is gener-
Jieveil. Hut somehow, the
leading politicians have not
led up tu Hancocks announce-
as the man from Oxford would
to: have them. The mere lact
other candidates are being sought
tS this pL) int.
Sermon, Rev. J. Y .
ae politicians think that Hancock
too hasty in announcing. 1 hey
that hi1 tried to take advantage
:( situation, "believing that there
.1 be tmlv "no candidate in the
apiinst "liob": Reynolds, and the
to. announce would have clear
.( ami the uni ted support of the
maehii.e. Right now, it would
that Haiie'K'k -made the wrong
With T hen' Finances'
1:00, Dinner on the ground.
1:M p. ni. Worship. Jed by
1:45 p. m. ''What Right Has a
Church lo Expect it.s Members to Win
Others to ( hnst ? T. I., tireeti
2:00 p. in. "What Right Has a
Church to Exercise Discipline. Over
Us Members ? F. II. Leatherwood.
2:15 p. m. "What Right Has a
Church to Expect its Members to C o
operate witli Oilier Churches in Build
ing Cod's 'Kingdom'" Rev. 11. K.
Will Be Presented
1" or Three consecutive days, the
mercury dropped below the freezing
point iii Waynesville during the past
The lowest recorded by file
weather thermometer here is
was on Sunday morning,
est for the week was on last
the day it began to snow .
1 he snow here over the week-end
was recorded at half an inch, while
it was learned yesterday that the
tall was live inches in Hurricane Cap
near Max Patch.
Only Three Cases In
.Mayor's Court .Yloiulav
It did not take
long to hold mayi
as only three ease:
These three were
Mavor .1. 11. Way
r's court .this week.
were on the docket,
charged with being
iiaatvininmitiiiMrm rl ! - Trf
IT. ERNEST I.
Rev. J, G. Huggins,
! Jr., Named Pastor
JI. E. Church Here
Dr. R. S. Tiiit'sdale (Jots To Mi.
Holly Church, Which Is The
Chinch Served H Rev.
A. ROLLINS IS
Rev. .1. d. Muggins. Jr.. o! Jit.
Holly, was named as pastor ol the
I'll si Methodist church here bv the
annual Western North Carolina con
ference of the Southern Methodist.
('ATTAIN (ECU. T.KOWN
Sal at ion
Armv 'it ad
church which mel m Asbev
Hr. K. S. Tniesil
pastor here for th
goes to the Ml. Ilollv
bev. Mr. Huggins hi
Mt. Holly for the past
was sought al (or bv i
larger charges ol th
i has been
I wo years.
s been pastor ill
lour vears. Ha
number ol the
Young Man Forges Check To Buy
Marriage License; Lands In Jail
Will Be Dedicated
Is On National
.e of thi -'.latest: developments that
sgruiiioreti is that Cregg Cherry,
itouiii. speaker of the house dur-
atlast session .of the legislature.
ormer state commander of the
jean LeU'ion, is being urged for
Mate, flie same rumor. said that
itv hiul made up his mind to run
wW. withhold his announcement
couple (if months. :
no ulil story of an East and
t has been brought up, arid
ks liieiiils have seemingly
1,1 et blanket on that noint.
point, out that Hancock
. a little west of
Charlotte last week: cnnn. a
"PIS),':. "That as the race now
;' Ik results will shape the
of '"rth Carolina's politics lor
St 'In vears.'-'" " '
':0!1 this t'hoiiP-hC T: M.
a,of The Charlotte News, wrote
"wmg.'iijicle on' the campaign:
sthtth about, this Hancock.Rey-
"""""l campaign makintr up
;ftt Snn,r 1,,. t j ..
wolina politicians vesterdav.
'Wh made them shake.' They
J state ileniocratic machine,
W tam fo.- K.. 's j , a.
- Hnie and Bob Reynolds
15 state polities:
not U . .mi
- mt new ueai win
..Hancock-Reynolds issue and
"" "as all the under holds.
;1JpnnK's campaign will shape
't"e. X"nh Carolina politics
. e 2o y(H1.S;. one observing
11 LOOKS .'.'...;
, Reynolds, the playboy,
fi f h?' has lost some; ef his
iJ".)- when he
'n Mi'nson, but Reynolds,
!5m 11,0 J1' eent suppo.tM,
.v'fuft' which is two for
X i, "beral democratic
"4 ?i Caro,itla, that which
4 .'ck Fountain, and then
Wp Ralph McDonald,
MConr ynalds a&ain. but on
"fa on page 2)
I At. 4:.'!() p. m. on Hallowe'en Sunday,
October y 1st, in (J race Episcopal
church, the kight .,..licejciid h. L.
Gribbin, Hishop of the Diocese, will
be presented a ('rozler or liishoii's
statTj which is the generous gift ol
I Mr. and .Mrs. l. V. Krk.
In accordance with the bisho's own
wish, the ('i;o.ier is made entirely of
native wood, all from Jtaywood coun
t ty. The new Crozier is a beautiful yet
simple production of Krkraft Indus
j tries of Waynesville, made under the
personal supervision of Mr. Krk.
In the Maltese Cross, set within the
Shepherd's Crook, arc twelve different
kinds of .Haywood county wood: I'op
lai ash, birch, maple, cedar, pilie,
cherry, oak, locust, bass, walnut, and
In old English lettering, Harry M.
Hall, has inscribed most fittingly the
name of the Diocese: - Western North
Carolina, and on the reverse side, the.
Latin "motto'' of the Diocese: iKmius
Domini in Vert ice Montium: . I he
House of the Lord on the top of the
It is a matter of reasonable pride
to everv resident ol Waynesville that
this most chaste and bcautitul Crozier
should have been designed and con
structed bv our own. native craftsmen.
Everybody is invited to attend the
"Croier" special service mi Sunday
at 4:.10. This is the first' service of its
kind cvci to Ik hi Id in tin- Diomsc
At the close of the service, an offer
ing will be taken tor the missionary
work of the National church through
out the.' world botn at home and
.'7th annual clinical emigres.-;
ii. l he A merican t 'ollege of
placed the Haywood.. ( 'oun-
n l he apiroved hospital
when we thought that when husines:
picked up evervbodv would be content
ed and happy.
; ty Hospital
, list for HliiT. ;
The Havwood Hospital has been on
I the list lor a number of years, and is
i rated in this year's annual publication
as having a capacity of ." beds.
The requirements that are . neces
sary before an -institution is approved,
are as follows:
"1. A modern physical plant, assur
ing the patient's comfort and propel.
I "J. (.'lear delinit ion of organization,
luties, responsibilities and relations in
he hospital's colisfitut ion, by-laws;
liles and regulat ions.
".". A carefully selected governing
board with coiiipli'te supervisory im
t hoi ity.
" -1. A coiniictent trained, superin
ti'tiden't 'responsible to the board for
carrying nut its policies. .
"5. Adeipiate and efficient person
nel, properly organized and compe
. "(i. Organized medical stall' of eth
ical, competent physicians.
"7. Adequate diagnostic and the)
a petit ic facilities under Competent
medical supervision. ;
"8. 'Accurate and complete medic;
records, readily accessible',, for i t
search ami follow-up.
".i RoL'tilar gi-ourr conferences of
the administrative staff and of, th
medical staff for reviewing, activities
and results so as to liiaintain ii' high
plane of scientific efliciency.
"10. A humanitarian spirit the
primarv consideration is the best can.
of the patient." ;
ItK AMLKTT IS HKTl KK
L, II. liramlett, u ho has been
fined to his bed for several days,
reported some better yesterday;
Clouds And Sunsets Foretell
Coming Weather, Says Hall
s Lncle Ahp in
Vd then Perhaps you'll
V'way, he presents
!resting angle to the
By H a rrv M. Hall.
Clouds, their formation, their .alti
tude, and their movements are .almost
the first visible signs ot
a coming change in ex
isting weather condi
tions.; Sunrise and sun
set, and the high clouds
ovel head al! tell a pait
if the story of what may
be expected within the
next few hours.
The simplest illustra
tion of the cause of
the forming of cloud.-.
1 by watching the vapor
using fiom a veil of boiling wain
When this vapor comes in contact with
colder air it condenses, torming a
Clouds ait foimtd in the atmos
phere in various ways. Moist an
coming in contact with colder bodies,
as mountains; or through loss of heat
because of evaporation, oi
H. M. Hall
mav be gainei
ing of air of different temperatures
and humidities; also when a current of
moisture saturated air comes in con
tact' -with a colder air current also
saturated., the two mix and acquire a
mean temperature of the two, but only
a part of the vapor in invisible form
can be. retained, and a mist results.
All these combinations cause the form
ation of clouds,
' Generally speaking, the only differ
ence between fog and clouds js one of
elevation. A fog resting on moun
tain or floating in ' the. upper air is
called a cloud. A cloud resting on the
surface of the earth .s called a fog.
The diameter of the smallest via
ble particles of cloud or fog has been
estimated to be l-180th of an inch.
When these particles through amalgi
mation r"each l-80th of an inch they
fall in the form of ram. Precipitation
occurs when the moist air forming the
clouds, the drops of which unite, be
come cooled below the dewpoint. It
Ii, n fnP l ll M r
Ivlear Caldwell w ill exchange a
.brand new marriage' license' I'or a
L.iOi bend. His ptv.-ciil address
is the Haywood County jail.
I'liless he gt ts bis. .'f'J.lllKl bond,
the license .will not be used ''until
after tin- Xovelliber trim of ci ui
ina! court if 'then, because lie K
i i i - ...
oi'iog iji'iu on a cnarge ol forgery.
'oiiiig Caldwell caine to foMii
last Saturday with two 'forged
checks in his .pocket; Until forg
ed on Hi C. Rogers, a lumberman,
now operating at Spring Creek,
.Caldwell lias been 'working, fur
lingers for. soinetimo.
He attempted to cash the ehi cks
at two places in. town when he
liouglit some clothing eviiieulty
bis Wedding outfit but the mer
chants turned him down".
As a next resort, lie decided to
buy a gun, so going to Nlassie
Hardware lie selected a gun and
agreed to pav SC.U.'i for it lie
got I ho difference of t lie $211 check
in cash. A few minutes later Ire
be sold the gun for a dollar, and
then bought bis iuarriage license.
l!y I 'bat time warning .-had. got
ten, aroiiml that the man was siis
I'icious, and when a check up-was
made, the man -"started to run.
He gave chase, and numbers of
the sheriffs' depart inent caught
him m the basement of the Kast
The young groom-to-be was
given a hearing before Magistrate
. 1. Atkinson luesdav afternoon.
He is held under a S.dUd bond
but he Was. unable to make it and
remains in jail,
lhe boy who bought the gun
later sold it for $1, ,t WJ1S learned
In tb' meantime, voting Cald
"ell had a marriage license
The county has another pris
oner. Massie Hardware has a 'forged
And the bride-to-be h
time to wait.
.) una Inska Al
was said here vesterdav.
. II. Massie. chairman ol the
board ol stewards, reported that the
local church bad pari all conlorenco
claims this vear.
Lev. iM r. Huggins is .M years of age.
ii nil lias a wile and a t wovear-old
Lev. . A. bulbils remains as pre
siding elder of the Waynesville dis
trict, 'l he pas tors named to serve in
'dicalory services for tiic S
Army Mountain .Citadel." mi
ii I I criioon at L' o'clock, (Icfobi
, have been announced -bv. Ca
il lirow ti, who is in cba i e;
work of the nioinit:iiii distrii I.
The dedicatory address Mill he 'de
livered by Lt. Commissioner K.rn.est I.
ruginire. of Atlaiua. 'oiiiiii:iinler ot
tie tiombern torrllonal area. He will
oe . assisted by C.l. Alfred Tyler.
N- ui h t 'arolina divisional coin ma nder,
I'l din t he hi adqiia rl i I s stall' o.'lice til
Charlotte. Music for tire occasion
will be furnished by I In- Aslicville Sal
valioii Ainiy corps band,: under lire
direction of Major Harry .MaeDoiiald.
lhe bev. H. . Iiauconi. pastoi of the
first I'.apt ist; cliuicb of Waynesville,
will welcome tile visitors.
Other (illicials fmin the Salval io'n
Army who will be present for the ded
icatioii w ill fie .Major S dney ( 'o v, ter
ritorial secretary, ainl Major Vinson
di i w-.
I ri ''m i d ci re bit,
son ("it v, A. 'I-..
Camak; ( lyi
c. c. lii'i'nei
I ( Stol i
I circuit. II. S.
eld. i , ,
I. .!. II
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. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ; 1
A. !'. l'hilibs; IMtwood,
l-inus ( reek. .). N. .Snow.:
E. Abernethy; l'rankhn
Williams; Havesville, W.
Highlands. W : !'. Headle;
l l ie I ;
.lonat ban. II. I,, l.al'eveis
.1.11. ( arper: .Macon
Swaini: Murpliv. . A !:
pliy circuit, to be suppln
Kolibinsville, ('!. . LoVitt, supply
Svlva. A. I. Kalledgc: Wavnesvilb
(( out limed on page -rcn) -
both of A Haul
luska at : I2;::i:
he made up of
this work t ha I
Sa Ivat io.n A i in;
car;; will take
I' I IK'S ( reek
wav 2112, tin
litor of the "Wai C
in 1 le
e I .a be .1 una
HI Sunday; t'
di'lio by t hi
follow to tin
ing In Naval Pow
der Plant In N.J.
r I tio erect ion of t he M
1 have lieen lontlibute
ut hem I en itorial Salvat ion
i'n-. .recognition' of lhe .splendid
one in this section by Captain
Kov .Jinkins Arrpsl'fl A One.
..... - - r-
rator Of Still On Caldwell
I'ork In Calaloochee
Monday afternoon .Deputies J. (:
Hannah, Hob Jenkins and Lawrence
Long captured a moonshine' outfit, es
timated at fiO-gallon canacitv. on
ildwell fork of (ataloochee-
7 he still was in operation -.at the
time, and one of the two operators.
Hay Jenkins, was ' captured and
brought in lo avnesville along with
The ofbeers were able to surprise
the moonshiners by first locating the
still, then lying m wait nearby until
the two men arrived and commenced
Tile basement of the structure,
which will lie used as a commiimtv
Tecreaiionai cenier lor mat section, is
built of stone.- while the first floor is
of frame. It contains an auditorium
with a seating capacity. of 2i(. located
at the front ot the building, while in
the read are five rooms which' will be
the living quarters of the workers
Captain Hrown is a native of Hav-
(( ontinued on page xevrn)
.Mrs. S. II. Stevenson are
week for their new homo
cad. .Md.. where Mr. SteV
hoeii for he past, year,
tile electrical division ol
is in charge of the
Mr. a I'd
in Indian I
the .Naval rower
telephone system, which is owned and
operated by the government
I lie Indian Head plant makes about
.111,0(1(1 pounds of powder daily and
lias a .rapacity of 100. (if)0 pomuN
daily, lhe powder, made at the plant
is in small stick, and used in lhe riavv
guns. Some of the" larger guns re
quire as much as J. 010 poinds in lire
one shut, it was said
The plant is win king full -time,, be
cause (lie powder if mil ii-ol Ihk i.i
be reworked every five years. Mr Stev
enson said that business conditions'
in and around the Maryland town
Uefore going to Maryland. Mr.
Stevenson was superintendent of the
town's light department, ai d also lire
No View In State Comparable To One
From Heintooga, Says Goerch
Kditor s Note 1 he following is. parr
of the Sunday night radio talk made
bv Carl (.oerch. over W PTK, Raleigh.
Mr. doerch is editor of The State, and
he visited this area last weekr
that evening, I had fi
the shoulder anil say:
church do vou represi
told each of them that
Iks pat me on .
it' Well, I
I wasn t a del
IJeinff Sought After
Tryinp; To Get Married
Members of the sheriff s department
are looking for Hershel Riley to serve
a warrant sworn out by in-laws, when
they learned that Riley was attempt
ing to get a marriage license when hp
ou know, Ive often said that we
folks here in North Carolina don t
leallv know our state, and the longer
I live, the more convinced I am of thi 'hat evening
fact. During the last five vears or so
I ve travelled around 150.000 miles in
North Carolina, and I was beginning
to think I was pretty well acquainted
with the siate. but 1 took a trip last
week that ACAIN convinced me oi
my ignorance. I believe it can be
truthfully said that the more you see
of North Carolina, the more there is
to be seen.
John IJragaw. of Washington. N. C.
and I left Raleigh last Tuesday even
ing. Funny thing happened1 at Asheville.
John and 1 spent the night at the
George Vanderbilt Hotel, and tne
extern Jorfh Pnrntino Tldrl.o
at lhe 'conference, and that I
represent anv church, but the
got kind of tiresome after a
I had on a dark brown suit
kind of a modest ami
quiet-looking smt . . . and the next
morning, 'when I got up, I put on that
gray-checkered suit that I got from
Thurmond Chatham up in Winston
Salcm about a vear ago. It s the kind
of a suit that my friends describe as
a RACE HOUSE suit. Well, sir . - : -vhen
I appeared downstairs in the'
lobby in that suit, not a si.'.gle preach
er put his hand on my shoulder, and
not a solitary one of them wanted to
know what church I represented- To
tell the truth, they looked at me sort
of suspicious-like, and kind of shied
away f i )m me. "ies sir . . . it cer
tainly in wonderful what a difference