HIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PRO N I o
Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance oj The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
FIFTY-FOl'RTH YEAR NO. 19
WAYNESVILLE, X. (, THURSDAY. MAY 12, IMS
$1.30 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
Soco Dance Team Back Home After Trip To Washington
niecim l ...w.
.-irdav, at two o'clock,
Minium of the Demo-
mimittee, and name
in Raleigh on the
cations are mat i .
he 1 e-eiecieu as nmn-i-rvi'(l
x t,i victory, and kept
much as could be
h concern is being
...Hi in lieaverdam, and
j..tl. are viewing the
,.. .thing short of danger
it will probably mean a
tli,. six lieaverdam poll
ard with the possible
that area can i
d-i"or development in
:, is the withdrawal
candidates from the
race With even one
here is a chance of the
being upset. And as one
ikiaii expressed it this
j a veur that anything
m.l it looks like every -
ii it had tin:
count v will
it will take
takes on more
week, the vote
be light. The
i heavy vote to
admg contenders in
. v "'"') AVI I '"'.. I
U )9 mmmm mui
fT ,,,,.. ."S i n.nMliilnnWKWw f
IxL' ii Aim
!nw'"" i A
To Address C. Of
C. Here On Friday
Short And Snappy Pioyram Is
Heinjr Worked Out For An
One hundred and tiity aio isp.'ctod
to attend the annual ( hanibe oi
lonuneire banquet at the Hotel tJor
don 1'iiilav evening, at which tune
. president ot the
d t onimcrce will
nil caver's stock took a
thiA week, as the first
nidei'iv ni activity was noticed as
ii woifciiieii beuan -pushinj? out lront
,., ! Iti accomplishments during
h iraf.v.-t.um nt Washington. The
rvitwwiiwM ih.'it .the nark bill,
ipnh In. us Ins name, had been
ism,! bv titc I'lcsidelit, renewed the
iiiinusiasin ainontt those interested
ii thf imrk. Mr. Heaver - has been
mrKmjt the park bill for many
tais. 1- linn "Mr. hitnure's head
liiuiU'is in Itendersonville, came
mid that the campaign was pro
whiir satisfactorily. Mr. Weaver
iiis tni. advantau'e over Mr. Whitmore
i this county, in that he has several
ohis el people who are obliged to
am. He has provided jobs or favors
uiuiK his terms in congress lor
rum., ami the Weaver forces are
.'M Kiiitr iiuietlv, and apparently, are
'til urbanized tor effective work.
One HavwiMHl man, a keen political!
l)M".ii. has ust returned from a1
up ever the state, and reported:
Hjhtlieds ot people say they are
"Ll" i"i ( migressman Hancock,
Ut it i e ciiiitident Reynolds will will
5 a - bitr majority." Such statements j
that, from .unbiased voters, are !
Jthti- haul to interpret. 1
I his picture -.oi the Soco (!ap Dance 1
fifth annual Folk Festival in Washington. At!
sions oi fatigue and all showed signs -of loss of
hirst row. left to right- Anna ( athenn
phme I'lott, Sam Queen, and Martha .Mood v.
Lee Ferguson, Joe t amphell,. Juanita -Massev
eani was made m ir
. e i
ne Com, Sai
Ned Clark, .
.Uou'.l ameer 111:
cr.e ut I lien
. "ttiiiiod to
c . (ii rt rudc
d I : i.-h.i i d Queen. I'lioto by Slu i i ll
Iimii II. .1), litinn, former supenn
'' ' ' mIi. ok m Wajnesville,
a I' ttcr, urging a vote for Mr.
"iiwk, (t Hxford, where Mr. Bunn
"' iiie same position he held here,
t 'Jiauraph from Mr. Bunn's let
1 "wis. us follows: "Those who
J,' Miou the campaign, state that
M Hatic.K 1; will iret 95 ner cent
s ot those who really
and that at least 50 per
leinainder will be certain
t (1 the
Graduates To Get ,
Dr. A. K. t'ates, Of Carson-Newman
College To Make Lite
The commencement exercises of the '
Crabtree High School started on
Sunday morninc. with the baccalau- i
reate sermon, which was delivered bv
Dr. J. K. tloltrane, president of Bre- i
va.rd College. i
The next feature of the program j
was the musical recital at '0:45 'l ues
day evening, followed bv a concert bv
the Forest City Hand at 8 o'clock.
This morning at 10:00 o clock the
annual declamation and recitation
contest will be staged, with awards
Tonight at S o'clock the graduating -exercises
of the seventh grade will,
be held in the school 'auditorium. I
On Friday evening at H o'clock the
senior graduating program will he
given. The principal address of the
occasion will be given by Dean A. K.
t'ate, of Carson Newman Golleire.
Jack Messer, county superintendent,
of education, will award the diplomas
to the fifteen graduates of the high
During the past year there have
been enrolled in the Crabtree ele
mentary school .'!fl2 pupils and ninety-
iu.. u:.u 1 L"1
ntinm twin ii I ""l 111 miiiooi. v,. r. v iMiiunnei
iepiesentation.!,s ""ncipal, and fatuity i composed
NO I h i: TO
I (Ml ACCO
Persons w lio have never grown1 i
Imrlev tobacco or who lime not
grown tobacco since HI.) I ami
ml end to grow it in l'l.lh should
make application lor an allot-
me nt on or before Saturday, May i
1 I. Applications should he died I
in the county agent's ollice in i
W avncsvillc. i
Soco Gap Dance
Team Back From i
Dancers Perform Uefore
In Washington, Alter. Spend
ing .'() Hours On Koad
Dairy Manager 90 People Canning
Spinach At Hael
wood Cannery Now
( oleman . Roberts
l h.uinttc t hamlii'r
A short program has been arranged
for the occasion.
Some litteen out-of-town guests
have been invited and I hose will be
introduced Ky Kriiest L. Withers.
:, Ralph I'revost, presidi ni ot the local
1 organization, will: make a tew brief
remarks, and . II. Massie, treas-
urer, will outline plans lor the an
Mr. Roberts will be introduced bv
( has. K. Ray, Jr.
J. Dale Stent., secretary, said yes.
Irrday, "we are going to have it short
and snappy, and not a long drawn
out affair. Mr. Roberts will be the
only person to speak more than two
or three m unites. '
Tickets are on sale at the Cham
ber ot Commerce office.
Civil Term Of
After Two Days
l ive Divorces (iranfed. Number
Of discs Pi-posed Of In The
'I wo Das
Kxpecl Three Weeks Will I'e
Uequii ed To Can 17") Tons;
All I lav wood Crown
Mil l Willi i'l
owing 'o a.
em, pres-iding .
i s, ml imirned
111 till' file:
altonu'V , was
ni edu 'sd.i y
; k. but iiwint'
I. tins been
ITlll (if c I'.ll't,
Mp.UI 1 11 to c
h o oiiueed
made on i p
I 1 hut 'iina
ip dance team, with
Sam Queen, return-,
morning t roni ash
where they attended
lilth annual 1-olk Festival,
lev. lett here on edncsday the
around and arrived in
1 he Soco (
ed on Monday
iim'ton, 1). . .,
give Mr. Hancock about 65
(lt the vote. I nersonallv
is verv eonspi-vat.ivp " i
i tli.- ahove, it is evident that I
Hancock s follow- a,.0 r,t
of twelve teachers.
Mrs. Hyatt To road
cast On U. D. C. I'roff ram-
ttcs has inut ..'.! "i.i..
11.VU1I11AI 11 Ulll
j .r.ptoti, and is working for the
Vtum of Reynolds. He rc
's that the ramnaiirn for RnvnnlHu
'P to all of "Runcombe Bob's"
I-tttds pledging support are
into the Si.nntni.'i u..
;- (t Piospective
'-aalij gaining daily. .
( ' d" tan ness to both candidates,
I nu..e talk for Senator Rey-
V. ,, "J-wood than there is for
v man Hancock. It could be
-"t b iiulipo,'tt'rs al'e keeping
;t tho?e who are supposed to
Wr.ai n,t' 10,,1tiriff out that
i"11 a Reynolds county."
Mrs. Will A. Hyatt will broadcast
over WWNC tonight as a regular .par
of the programs which are
each week bv the District United
Daughters of the Confederacy. Each
chapter in the district is responsmle
for one program, and Mrs. Hyatt
will appear for the Haywood chapter.
Mrs. Hyatt will speak briefly
on "The Last Shot of the Confed
eracy," todav being the anniversary
of the shot, which was fired near tne
Sulphur Springs Hotel. The marker
placed several years ago by the
Daughters is on land donated by the
Sloan heirs. Mrs. Hvatt will be as-
U .,., k- T?K.,, t I nvn I .
oioLtm nil iuiv: i oiin fcv..vi,. "..".j jj program
Sloan, pianist. ! .
Washington the next afternoon about
5.:i0 o'clock, after having had every
thing from a flat tire to a . fire en
route. I he tire occurred in Rich
mond, and most of the team were
soiind asleep at the time. 1 he man
ner ill which they took themselves
out of the bus is well worth an in
terview with a member of the team.
Senator Reynolds and Senator
William Smathers, native Tar Heel,
now resident ot New Jersey, ex
tended a welcome to the group and
made their stay m the capital a
nt krwlnv iitlcninnii and nie'lit
ponsciied . th( S()C,() t(,am (liln(.w at Constitution
i Hall before an audience of 20,1100,
about two thousand standing, as the
i seating capacity of the hall is around
1JK.OO0. 1 hcv were received : with
' such applause that thev were invited
i to appear again on Saturday after
I noon and evening, but in view of the
i strenuous trip home, the last invi
tation was turned down.
Mr. Queen states that there were
I FRKI) II. Y K A ROUT, the new
manager at Pel Hairy Products am
I pnnv, wlio succeeded W . R. W oodall.
Miss Catherine Ray
Oflice This Season
.According to a resolution passed
by the eon.t ereiice assembled last
week in lln mingnaii), I.ake Junaluska.
the summer .capitd and religious cell-,
lei: ot the MV-'thodist Kpiseopaf ..Church,
South, has become, (lie property of
the general conference (if the church.
A committee of 21 nn-mbers was I
appointed bv the conference to up-1
point a board of fifteen trustees, who i
will, take charge of t he . Assembly ;
aflairs on September the 1st.. '1 he i
names of the newly aijioirited trus
tees were not available'.
In the meantime, tor the present i
season, Dr. .J. M. Ormond, ol l)urham,i
in charge of the )iogram last year,:
will again; assume the same duties, i
Miss Katherine Ray, who has been j
secretary to the manager, at one time
the late James Atkins, ' will be in i
charge of the olhce. I
The Rev. W. A. Rollins, presiding!
of the Wavnesville district, who I
AipioNiniately '.HI people are now
engaged in canning Haywood spinach
at the Haywood Mill ual : atini'i V al
I la;iehvooil. I he plant opened I lies-
day morning, and it i
three weeks will lie
the lT.'i ions of spuia
about 40 acres. :.
Last year 1. 1 : I : wer
ach, and H was t .1 1
could be v i, i n nun
'1 he caillu I V t li s ;i r 1:. not. coll
nected Willi any govei innei:lal agciicv ,
and till ttnise woiking al the plant
are employed by lire eaiiliery man
More th.-in what are lurv eniplnved
Will be i lluaL'eil illli ilie the ennnirie
season for lilacliliei i n : and beans.
If the M-a.iiiii is noini.'il. these two
crops will begin- ruining in abniit the
trrsl ol July..
I he lack of rain is linriiiiir tin.
spinach . crop -at this time, but other
than reduemtr poundage, will no!
ellect the (iiiality, it was said.
. The prospects, lor a good bean
crop is in sight, with pleniy-of aci-e-age
NOLAN 1) (I1VHN 12
COUNTIKS IN STATK
I he CIVll 11 1 ill lit
convened nil .Monday,
light docket, and the.
which Jllilee .1.11. ( lelil
utdge-. handled t ne en
on ediiesdav at nooii.
A meiliolinl siiiyice
illiain ilaiinah, local
scheduled to lie held
at icriioon at ! wo , cl"c
to ad iournnieiit ul con
postponed to the .Inly t
and has been set loi
day, at 1 o'clock.
I he following cases were disposed
of this terin: Five divorce eases, in
cluding .. Mcdcll Passinore mi ,a
tlian Passinore; Reba llaynes from
I'.dward llaynes, Willard Mavis I com
Hell Mavis; Alary K. Jones troni
Armistead Jones, and Alary Sniltll
( i imi Amos Smith. I' wo aiiinilliiu nt.
viisrs were granted, Cora JacKson
I l om J. (. . Jackson, and A lime .Mae
Rtlcv troni I ret 11 Riley.
In the e:e-c ol II. A. Osborne Ver
sus II. J. at vir, Airs. Ii. I nomas
vs. Mr. "lom Striiigliehl, the (hatta
nooga Medicine . oinpany vs. Hay
wood Supply onipanv, the plamtids
1 reci.vered nothing and were chargod
1 w ll h tile costs.
I I'easlee dauibert m p., recovered
'a judgment e! SjJo.iM against the
Haywood Supply ( ompnir:
In the ease o: Si.vt . .Miller
aeainsl lo'ie ge h. orli y. tlie )laill
tili recovered a judgniciil oi SUSd.OO
i.agaiust the defendant.
In 1 lie -case of: Louie (''u (is against
: Rutin Milner ai.d wile, the plaintiii
j recovered a -.lodgment: ol Vl-. (10 and
ithe. costs. Uuiis had eaten a hot
dog at the Milner eal
he e)a fined cittitamed
brought suit a; a '.-t
In the case ol Vv all
nig place which
poison and had
1 1 ( i
. M. Reeves Xol.ind,
of the Federal Laud I!;
was reconilv given 4;
Xorth. ( arolina as his
'. counties in
h erguson, the
i judgnient of
I ntil recently, Mr. Noland has been I
doing special work m South Carolina, 1
as well as looking after the bank's-!
interest m Western .North ("arolina. I
The Columbia bank is leading all j
other banks in the group m business.
; r i,i guson and Jonei
attorneys, vs. (J. R
plaint if? s recovered
In the cases o! Home Insur nice
Corp., vs. Will A. Med I ord mil the
I i opieal Corp., against the Ilavwood
Supply Company, the plaintiffs re
covered nothing and were taved c,ith
e the S.
oco Gap dance team
n tta.hmgton last veek, they
made with "Our
Cellter. flanl-) V,,r o
11 t:'" side.
n'ICmf. Iicaverdam Haywood's
'hiZl last Saturday were
;aai c haimony, and little en
I firati" stt ,e precinct report
"nce, and not much
Wioi ; :I- on the us"al contested
"diTimg precinct workers
.. , , i .... m i i T 1.
i Train To Leave Here iravei 111 ram
Thirty Minutes Earlier SIlOWS Slight In
. . .
Announcement was made this week
that train No. IS would leave
Waynesville thirty minutes earlier,
egective May 29. The train now
leaves for Asheville at 1:20. The new
schedule will be 12:40.
VI,?;Robert Dedmond, of
the . c weeK-end in town
ckn6r lS of -Mrs. and Mrs. Leo
representatives from every state in j returned on last Saturday from j
the Union, from Canada, Mexico and Birmingham, stated that, one sale
Cuba, all taking part on the color- i guard had been provided for the prop-j
! erty by the general conference. The i
; . I board of trustees is forbidden to in
cur a debt in any one .year more than !
the appropriation made bv the general i
conference to Lake Junaluska that
I year. ihis provides against possi
ble danger ot the property being
New Home Being j Cooking School
Riiilt Rv A. Pravntf Was A Success
" - - " "
Alexander's Druff Store
Is Being Repainted Inside
The interior of Alexander's Dru
Store is being repainted this week.
A light Cream paint is being used.
Several weeks ago the firm install
ed an electric refrigerator for ex
clusive use of biologicals.
crease Over 1937
Travel in the park during last
month was six per cent ahead of that
last year, with 37,312 visitors, actu
ally counted as entering by one of the
Travel in the park this year is 17
per cent behind that of last year.
Last year to day, 212,043 persons
had visited the park as compared with
175,526 this year.
For last month, Tennessee led in
the number of visitors, followed by j Mrs. John M. Queen and Miss Eva
Illinois, North Carolina ,and Ohio Leathrwood lqft on Thursday for a
ranked fourth. trip through Florida.
again advertisi'Tl for debt.'
Miss Ray states that the first
meeting of the year, though not con
nected with the church, will be the
North Carolina convention of teach
ers of vocational education, which
will hold a five days' -session at the
lake beginning on May .the 30th.
Between 500 and 000 delegates will
attend this meeting. -On June the
10th the Duke summer school will
; Construction is underway on the
i home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Provost,
i on Grimball Drive, Hazehvood. Their
i home will be of Colonial design, of
i white brick. The home will be one
j story, and over-sized brick will be
I Grady Farmer and Cicero Arring-
ton are in charge of construction.
I : . .
Petunia Plants Being
Offered By Dunham
Donald Dunham, owner and man
ager of the Dunham House, who is
one of the leading gameners in this
section, is offering to give away this
week to anyone desiring them, small
petunia plants. They will be avail
able for a few days only, as the plot
on which they are now growing w-ill
be dug up and cultivated, v
The second annual motion pictui"
cooking school staged last week-end
was a success from every angle. The
attendance exceeded 1,200, and state
ments from those attending was to
the effect that the school was better
than last year's.
Several women attended two ses
sions, and some were present for all
three. Some of the better house
wives and cooks of the communitv
were warm in their praise of the
things shown and explained that
would make housework easier.
Plans are already underway to hold
another similar school next year.
COUNTY AUDITOR ILL
T. J. Cathey, county auditor, is
confined at his home, near Bethel, on
account of illness. Ho is expected
to be back in his office within the
next few days.