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11, 1941 ,
THE WAYNESVBLLE MOUNTAINEER
W the Bethel Baptist
rliay. Horace Sen.
k-L elected Presi-
.i.niun at tne
4 Bn' ?" .til rif
Lf .irmon at the morning
P.K.. the first time in
fW. H the
Pi. father. The late
Brwasfor more than 33
Unod county and waa ordain-
, Baptist minister m .
L of the reunion on Sun-
" ,nrtrait of Mr. Sen-
, ..l nrpsented to Hay-
Ltybythe Haywood teach
L, years ago, was placed in
behind the pulpit
b his work as an educator
were naid by the Rev.
L Erwin and Jack Messer.
ere also made dv noy
nd the Rev, M. L. ttug-
fc were passed and all those
It signed their names, aa
L md relationship. These will
band serve as a beginning
fcermanent roll call of the re-
r . ii - ii j
Lt. L'Ol. William biiu airs.
(Sentelle) McMillan acted
Lmhpr of choirs and srrouDS
td musical selections dur-
At noon a picnic lunch
reunion will be held earlv
Itember next year at the Crab
Baptist church in Henderson
Beaverdam Home Demon-
In Club enjoyed a picnic last
iy at the Hominy Grove
under the huge oak trees.
were 18 members present.
Emma Hall was a special
of the day.'
pr lunch, a business meeting
mi and leaders' reports giv-
During the discussion on the
Jock and Home Arts Show,
interest Was shown.
club recently held a flower
with Mrs. Tom Hidds win-
first place, and Mrs. Goble
petal second. Miss Smith
a demonstration on "Shoes
W. She pointed out how
re for the feet and how to
It many feet ailments,- and
t type shoes to buy.
Plans Offered For
More Roads, Lodging Fac
ilities Are Serely Needed,
Committee Tells Drury.
Six recommendation for the de
velopment of the North Carolina
side of the Great Smoky Moun
tains National park were presented
Newton B. Drury, director of the
National Park service, at a meet
ing in Asheville last week.
Mr. Drury promised to give the
recommendations sympathetic con
sideration and ip return in mid
October for a personal inspection
of the areas where the develop
ments are recommended.
Charles E. Ray, Jr., of Waynes
ville, Don S. Elias, president, and
Malcolm Ainsworth, manager, of
the chamber of commerce, and
George M. Stephens met with Mr,
Drury and other park service and
Blue Ridge parkway officials.
Representing the park service
and the parkway were Mr. Drury;
J. Ross Eakin, superintendent, and
John Needham, chief ranger, of
the Smoky park; Thomas Allen, of
Richmond, regional director of the
park service, and Stanley Abbott,
of Roanoke, superintendent of the
Mr, Drury came to Asheville for
a banquet in his honor at the
George Vanderbilt hotel Tuesday
night and the other park and park
way officials joined him here.
TheTecommendations follow :
"1. General It is believed that
the construction program of the
National Park service must be
greatly accelerated to meet the de
mands which the publje is imme
diately to make on the park facili
ties, Witness the 43 per cent in
crease in park travel this year with
out any promotion whatsoever.
."2. Approach roads It is be
lieved that the officials of the park
and the North Carolina highway
commission together with other in
terested agencies, jointly should
make a study of the approach roads
to the park and work out a general
scheme commensurate with the
"3. Park roads It is recommend
ed to park officials that studies be
undertaken immediately with re
spect to three classes of roads
within the park:
"A. Super cross-highways to re
lieve the traffic on the present
"B. Valley or cove rOads to make
accessible to visitors the major
valleys wherein would gradually be
developed such facilities as demands
would suggest. Deep Creek and
Cataloochee are cases in point.
''C. Inter-connecting roads which
The Bethel home demonstration
club will hold their annual picnic
at the home of Mrs. Charlie Ter
rell, on Friday, Sept, 12, at 6:30
o'clock. AH members and their
families are invited to attend. A
regular business meeting will be
held after the supper.
Plans for an adult class in home
economics were made at a meeting
last Thursday night at the Bethel
school, by Miss Reeves, home eco
nomic teacher, and an advisory
committee composed of: Mrs. E. B.
Rickman, W. L. Whitesides, Earl
Moore, Ralph Kelley, I. A. McLain,
C. D. Church and Hugh Terrell.
Other members of the committee
are: Frank Mease, Crawford Mease
and Mrs. John Day Cathey.
It was decided to study "Health"
W qualified as Administra
te estate of F. W. Miller.
d, late of Haywood County,
Urohna, this is to notifv
pons having claims asrainst
tate of said deceased to ex-
ttwm to the undersigned at
Nville, North Carolina, on or
tie 7th day of Auerust. 1942.
P notice will be pleaded in bar
recovery. All persons
led to said estate will please
me 5th day of August, 1941.
W. G. RYFRS.
Nistrator of the Estate of
Now on Display
f-SOO chick capacity
'"'omnfic control Vrent tm.
f r"wre change at only .
wod to haul or cut. r
'. sick chicles from cold.
Come in and see it.
Brading GAS Service
The club will meet with Mrs.
Sandy McCracken next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rtobinson and
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Justice left
Monday morning for a week or
ten-day visit in Delaware and
Larry Williams left September
8 for Wake Forest College, where
he will enter school.
would make possible circulation
within the nark of visitors desiring
to visit the various sections.
"3. Lodging faclities It is be
lieved that the park service should
rive contiguous communities, every
opportunity and encouragement
with respect to lurmsmng ordi
nary tvnes of accommodations for
the traveling public.
"However it is believed that im
mediately a program should be be
gun which will provide accommor
dations and recreational facilities
of auch tvDes as would be unique
and indigenous to the park. Par
ticular reference is made to devel
oDments such as would be suitable
for high-elevation locations.
"4. Heintooga-Flat Creek This
area is a case in point where an
extensive high-elevation deyelop
rvipnf poiild be made which would
offer varied lodging and recreation
al facilities to the public Already
various studies have been made,
and nlans for access roads have
been developed. It is recommended
that the earliest possible construc
tion be undertaken in this area.
"5. Parkway connections to
make possible the Heintooga-Flat
Creek development, there has been
provided in plan what is known as
the Black . Camp Gap spur (2.7
miles) which would take off from
the parkway at Bunch's Gap within
the Cherokee reservation and
would deliver traffic to the Hein
tooga road at Black Camp Gap.
"As basic to the Heintooga-Flat
Creek development, the early con
struction of this spur is recommended.
"6, Museum-folklore features
Early review of these features of
thn nark ia tifced nnon the director
because of the perishable nature of
many of the elements involved.
The most complete possible preser
vation of the early types of moun
tain homes is recommended,"
The recommendations were sign
ed by Mr. Ray and Mr, Elias. The
committee represented a group of
civic leaders who have been work
ing to encourage, development of
the park. Approximately 60 of
them attended a meeting at the
George Vanderbilt hotel Tuesday
afternoon, when park service, park
way and other officials joined in an
informal discussion of the park and
in a series of ten lessons, 'with
special emphasis on home nursing
and first aid.
The classes will meet each Tues
day night, beginning with Tuesday,
Miss Reeves will teach the course
and she invites and urges all adult
women in the Bethel school dis
trict to attend. ..
Harry B, Caldwell, master of
the state Grange, from ' Greens
boro, will speak to the Pigeon Val
ley Grange on Thursday night at
eight o'clock. All Grange mem
bers are requested to be present.
Eck Cathey, who is employed in
Norfolk, is visiting his family
here this week. About the best
tobacco in this section is on the
Cathey place, and is being grown
by W. W. Hyatt.
largest enrollment in its history,
with 69 members,
i The officers of the chapter were
taken to the Mountain Test Farm
by their advisor. Three of the
members entered the district live
stock judging contest and Wilson
Caldwell : won third place on all
classes and third place on beef
cattle in competition with eighty
other boys. .
I The new vocational building is
pride and joy. to the boys. They
look forward to the time when
the power will be turned on and
they can use their new power tools
in the shop. '
Esso Using News
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lives of modern automobiles and
to aid the current gasoline conser
vation campaign begins today when
the Esso Marketers break adver
tising in a large list of news
papers, of which The Mountaineer
is one. The advertisements will
emphasize to motorists that "care
saves wear" and will urge them
to keep their automobiles in con
dition. This marks the first com
prehensive advertising effort de
signed to impress upon motorists
that recently announced car pro
duction cuts make it important
for them to prepare their ears for
extended service. It is also sig
nificant effort to convince the mot-
orinar Dublic of the urgent .need
for conserving gasoline.
The current Esso Marketers' ad
vertising eamnaiirn is usinz news
papers to promote the distribution
through their dealers oi a jree,
38-page booklet on "How to
Lenthen the Life of Your Car and
Save Gasoline". The newspaper
campaign will continue for an in
definite period. ; I
The Bethel chapter of the Fu
ture Farmers of America, at a
recent meeting elected the follow
President, Ray Lanning; vice
president, Harmon Erwin; secreta
ry, D. B. Queen; treasurer, Max
Burnett; Wilson Caldwell reporter,
and Billy Cogdill watchdog, with
I. A. McLain advisor. -
This year the chapter has the
WANTED FARMERS of this
county to produce more milk. Get
in on this good market. See Pet
Dairy Products Co. TF
APARTMENT FOR RENT Apply
to Mrs. G. C. Bnggs, 103 tast
Street. - v Sept. 4-11-18
WANTED TO BUY Good used
coal or oil stove. Phone 273-J.
FOR RENT -5 room apartment on
Hazel street Phone 84. Sept. 11
THE PARTIES that found my gold
rim spectacles in a ease between
Clyde and Hyder Mountain will
please leave them at Downs1 as
they told Garland Smith they
would do. Lee V. Rogers, Clyde,
N-C Sept 11
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MT thmt ia man
ok5H?!' "di(Mtioii and heart
Vr.'nin bottle rflvariB from
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Champion Motor Co.
Canton, N. C.
FOR SALE Five high grade milk
eows. Some frsh. W. T. Shel
ton. Sept U
FOR RENT Dwelling at Lake
Junaluska. Thirty dollars per
month. See Assembly office or
phone 96. Sept 11
PRIVATE LESSONS offered in
piano ana voice.
rates. See Miss Sara Jane Walk
r. at her home after 4 o'clock
p.m. Sept 11
FOR SALE On East street 7 room
house, barn, 34 acre lana. rn
$1,500. See H. C Wilburn, Way
nesville. Sept 11
WANTED TO RENT Unfurnish
ed, heated house 3 or 4 bed
rooms, one year's lease. Mrs.
Chas. Miller, Hotel Gordon.
FOR SALE Royal typewriter.
Heavy built model Priced $10.00,
Parkway HoteL Sept. 11
FOR SALE Everything must go,
come early. Two piece rust col
or parlor set, Coxwell chair, two
radios, stands, chairs, tables,
rugs, beds, vanity dresser, oak
dresser, chairs, rockers, odd dish
es, full length mirror, Westing
house Electric sewing machine,
0V.lii rnAa1 lnmns rlnrkn. prink
ing utensils, antique chest of
drawers. Airs. Bliss, raimer
House. Sept 11
vnn SAT.E :Bv owner. B lots suit
able for residential development,
libera size, good location, reason
able terms. Also 65 acres moun
tain land, superb location, ad
joining the park, fine for sum
menr cabin and tourist develop
ment. H. C. Wilburn, phone 132-J.
FOR RENT Modern hot air heat-
ed home at Lake Junaluska ' E.
L. Withers & Co. Sept. 11
FOR SALE One cornet and one
clarinet. In excellent condition
Reasonable price. Phone 133.
LOST Black cocTter spaniel pup.
Call 427 between nine and four.
Reward. Sept. 11
LOST Brown change purse con
taining thirty-eight dollars. Be
lieved lost at Norman's Garage
above Hazelwood. Ten dollars
offered for its return to Mrs.
Fred Gibson. Balsam road, op
posite Franklin Home Grocery.
FOR SALE 1 General Electric
icebox in perfect condition. Cost
$131. I green and white enamel I
coal and wood, stove, npper
warming oven. Cost $50. Will
sell either or both for less than
half price. Handsome mahoga
.ney. Duncan-Phife dining room
table, $50. Possession ' can be
had Sept. 29th. Address Saum
enig, Hazelwood. Sept. 11
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