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Dec. 11, 1941, edition 1 /
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TI1E WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
V Jinwnedby James Some of the rooms were designed
Soco Gap , road,
f ! . t tourist
! ..j tha W. T. Lee
H'st house, wUl be
rf the unusual resort
to keep u
W i. built on i
. cn ht .everal
ffl k Mr Davey from the
Relate Dr. G. W. Fleteh-
v:. wt vftrd
L old Fletcher non"".
Gov. jwaruu -w ,
U whose nuuuy
U established a residence
years ago i ww "
Ld eounty. m . ,
lends with the surroundings.
It deal oi worn.
cmp of the immense box-
the old Fletcher home
Veen transplanted and even
trees have been re-set.
Iny Interesting Features
t gre many lniereeuug ico
innected with the construc
ts building and the furn-
Almost all of the lumber
kith inside and out came from
Mr. Davey s fcoco uap
Lf 640 acre. All the wore,
tutting the timber to tne nn-
product, has been aone Dy
workmen. The inside finish-
ihe moldings, doors, floors,
nlks are all of native lumber,
oaple, beech, pine, and chest-
used. Tne bedrooms are
meled in either maple or
ut. The furniture is of solid
or chestnut. The beds were
in Sylva of maple from
ap. On the beds are blankets
from wool which came from
raised on the Davey place.
blankets are all wool and
been dyed in pastel shades
ing the color scheme of the
place is thoroughly modem.
bedroom has a bath. The
ng has force-driven hot water
The garages, which form a
if the first floor, are made of
stone which came from a
1 on Hooper's Creek. They are
wf and can be locked. The
ng has a capacity of 86.. There
phone service in each room
We is room service for meals.
Two Haywood Men Open Mot 3r Court Business At Fletcher
especially for either families . or
parties of ladies.
Reception Room Attractive
One of the most attractive rooms
in the court is the office and re
ception room. In this room there is
a massive desk table solid ma
hogany, also an antique rosewood
desk. These were brought from
Mr. Davey's -Some in Connecticut.
Two beautiful paintings of farm
scenes in Connecticut bv modern
artists of note hang on the walls.
Mr. Davey has collected many in
teresting oddities in his travels
around the world. In the office are
two which were made in India.
All Rooms Have Paintings
Mr. Davey is an art connoisseur.
In every room there are paintings
or copies of paintings, Each blends
artistically with the colorings of
the walls. Two of Mr. Davey's
own paintings are to be seen.
Mr. Davey is especially interested
in trees. His father established a
business in tree surgery in Ohio.
He and his brothers carried on the
business for many years and were
known as the "Davey tree surgeons."
The opening of Davey Motor
court is the first step in the beauti
fication project which Mr. Davey
has in mind. The court will even
tually be surrounded by a park
area:. There will be other buildings
erected. . The site for a winter home
has been selected and shrubs have
been set out there. The next struc
ture to be erected will be a building
to be used for a high class res
taurant and dining room, just
across the highway from the court
It will be of old English design
with hand-turned woodwork. Mr.
Davey plans to supply most of the
food used there from his place.
kng qualified as administra
I the estate of SanruehCarver ,
ea, late oi Haywooa xuniy,
Carolina, this is to notify ail
hs having claims against the
of said deceased to exhibit
to the undersiu-ned at his of-
r Waynesville, N. C, on or
the 19th dav of November,
or this notice will be pleaded
jr of their recovery.
persons indebted to said es-
iwill please make immediate
is the 19th day of November,
T. L. GREEN,
Imnistrator of Sam J. Carver.
13&-Nov. 20-27; Dec. 4-11-18-
If congress would repeal the
law of gravity as it has done the
law of supply and demand, maybe
we wouldn't feel the weight of
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This is the new Davey Motor Court, on the Asheville-Hendersonville highway at Fletcher, which is owned by James A. G. Davey and
managed by C. H. Vandenhoogen, both are well known in Haywood. - ' '
Christmas In CKna
In China the Christmas festival
among Christians" known- aa
Sheng Dan Jieh, the Holy Birth
festival. This celebration has
gradually penetrated Inland' - 7 '
Various paper decorafkms and
evergreens adorn' tne churches and'
homes. Paper Chains are made of
green, red, yellow and bhie - and
are sunpended to' Ihterloeklng fes- y
toons from the - celling.- On the.-:-white
walls,' larg-'-posters -MX9-hung.
On them itrta 'elaborAU char
acters meaning peace and joy.
No candles are used, but the trees
are decorated with' paper IJoweTB',1,
colored paper chains an"e6Won '
Rnowflakes. ' -;.
There is wswaUy.a&.var'ly service.
The church is kept dark except for
lanters carried by the worshippers.
Carolers wend their way loyr Jflie .
road before dawn, singing tne Chi
nese words to such' melodies . as .
' HarK, ine tieraia Angus sinj .
The service consists- of reading ihe ,
Christmas message from the Bible,
music, dramatization of the manger
cene, and n offering for the poor""
Cifis are distributed to .thechil-V
lren; The paekajfes contain . such ;
things as tangerines, peanuts, pre-;
ty picture cards', (sometimes 'used
cards sent from America),. candy
and western lead pencils.
.awioA in vpiw hvnneh of from. There is srood nuv .wUh rear- . - Chmtma. Ill-ought Jexleru
America's two-ocean navy. The ular increases,' good food and Medieval kings used to have
Vnvomtwf totl fell hnlow the rec-.. nlentv of it and .a' complete outfit fools and jesters to amuse them.
ord-breaking October enlistment of free clothinar on first enlistment. Later, however, the wearers of the
of 653 men, but rose far above the
Enlisted In Navy
A total of 370 men from North
and South Carolina enlisted in the
navy during November, Lt.-Comdr.
McFarlund W. Wood, officer-in-charge
of naVy recruiting in the
Carolines has announced.
advertising campaign, the Raleigh training worth $1,600 with nearly will lead to a liberal retirement- the hall and kitchen with their
station enlisted young Carolina 60 trades and vocations to choose pay for regular navy men." w'tv sayings and practical jokes.
I November, 1940 total of 274 re
"There are still plenty of va
cancies in Uncle Sam's growing
navy for alert, intelligent young
Americans," Commander Wood
asserted. "The regular navy or
naval , reserve offers free trade
. . .i .it. 1 ..
"TK .riven it men free cap and Dells were not wie exciu
medical care, including regular -Vot kings and queens
. , nnnces. counts, barons and bishops
dental attenuon, and oners tne f()I. th(J fa8hion of keeping buffoons
finest sports and entertainment -'passed from sovereigns to corpora.
any man could ask for. Travel, tions and private individuals. These
adventure and thrills await navy jesters were then brought into re-
. men, as well as a 'successful fu- . quisition during the Christmas sen
ture and a career in the fleet that son, and retained to brighten up
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