THE WAYNES VUJLE MOUNTAINEER
of Visitors In This
The Large Auditorium At Lake Junaluska
f. Park and I he,
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to foiet embrace
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exclusive holds lo
Id tourM cabins
Lt Sen H i' has (!-
fort'-ts tir I'll"
jilors Facilities m-
fs of forest roads
leadiiis l scenic
ling is allowed on
d limit streams.
iude Cram -ar-
Bcds and many at-
in Drv (Iraning
es & Equipment
P IS FOR
H ASH IN
In This Area
Due to (he fact that The Moun
taineer went to press early Mon
day morning, no registrations are
being carried today. The usu-1
registrations will be resumed in
Friday's issue. All hotels and
boarding houses are urged to get
their registrations to the "Sum
mer Page Editor" by noon Wed
nesday for the Friday Issue.
More People Visit
Smokies Than Any
Almost unknown until opening
of the National Park a few years
agif ithe Smokies already com
prise the most-visited national park
in America. Within the 440,000
acres of the park lies the largest
remnant of the American wilder
ness today, where nature has
hoarded the richest treasures of
the forests shrubs, trees, flowers,
animals and birds.
In the park are 16 peaks reach
ing altitudes of 6,000 or more feet.
A modern highway, terminus of the
Blue Ridge Parkway, cuts across
the park. Within its boundaries are
675 miles of foot a.nd bridle trails,
including a long stretch of the 2,-000-mile
marked Appalachian Trail.
iMaine to Georgia).
The park is a paradise for the
j botanist, containing the largest
virgin hardwood forest in the
United States. Tree species num
ber 150, plant life total 3,710
twice as many as on the whole
I continent of Europe. In the sum
j mer naturalist study trips are con
ducted at regular intervals by park
authorities. Already identified are
50 fur-bearing animals and some
1200 birds. While hunting is not
permtited, 600 miles of trout
streams arc open to fishing. New
ly formed Fontana Lake offers
Facilities in the park itself are
meagre, but there are camping and
picnicking areas near the highway.
The Eastern Cherokee reserva
tion borders the park in North Car
olina, and provides a goal for
sightseers. Those who want to go
j hack Into the coves and see how the
j real Indian lives should obtain reli-
able guides in the village of Cher
okee. Ecuador is the only South Am
erican country whose Pacific coast
line the equator cuts across.
A REAL BARGAIN
1 9-Kl acre farm, now in growing crop. Eight
Immediate possession. A real bargain.
h WonnTm creek. Balsam, N. C, just off
Easily accessible to bus lines.
and His Orchestra
playinK the Mid-Season
AURDAY. JULY 17th
9 to 1
ncKets at uoor
TICK FTC nir r. . . .
J SALdC. At
I a nesville, N. C.
UJ"?" Reservan. Phone 5911
nervations Held Till 10:30
Will Be At Gala
Hundreds of mountain .nn l in
ers will participate in the lie I
Haywood Count) folk l e.tivjl t
be held at (he Canton ln.;h mIiooI
icld July 23 and 24
The festival, which i. Imn.:
sponsored by the Veteran, ,,t 1 ,n
eifin Wars. Kdwards-Cl.u k-Mossrr
post, will be centered annuel n
square dance contest vihnh ulil
draw teams from all over I his M ,
Teams already signed up l,,i Hie
event are the Svlva loam. Jump
Off Mountain, du al Smoky Moun
tain, Bent Creek Ranch. Conn, -tec
F.ills, Conneniara Farm.
eon Valley, Champion Y and So,,,
A full list of si hum bands and
individual entertainers uill be on
hand for the festival. Ainmi; Hie
entertainers who have promised ,
be present are the Candler Sisters.
Smiling Ited Haper, Aunt Ida Mol
lis, Aunt Sanianlh.i Huimiarncr.
Uncle Hilly Kvans. old mountain
fiddler, .lames llanev .toe l'i ess
ley, the Carolina Mountain Hoys.
Haywood Ramblers Tall Craw
ford, Cecil Kiddle. Hanbo Crisp's
band. Lnn Hrookshno anil In.
band, Hill McKlrcath of Swannan
oa. Sout hernocr's quartet and oth
ers. Canton Lodge
Officers of the Canton Lodge
No. 159. Knights of Pythias, will
be installed s the group's regular
meeting tonight in t ho Main .street
The new officers will assume
their responsibilities immediately
and serve for one year,
The following officers will be
installed at this meeting: .1 Wood
row Parker, chancellor command
er; Woodrow Moore, vice chancel
lor; Harold Hansen, prelate; H A
Parker, master of works; Carrol
Pressley, secretary; William "Hill"
Robertson, master finance; E. M
Geier, master exchequer: T. It
Allen, Master at arms: 1.. O Kyle,
inner guard; .lack Robinson, outer
guard. Besides this list of officers
the following trustees of the lodge
will be installed: II F Pressley,
Harold Hansen, and W. G. Itodg
ers. CAREFUL (I KAMXIi
INSURES LONGER WEAR
A trip to the Service Clcanrrs
is like a vacation for tired Gar
ments. They come home Rood
a snew . . . each'thread clean
as the day it was woven. In
sure long life and many happy
wearines for your clothes . . .
with frequent trips to Service
All Kinds of Alterations
Pick-l'p and Delivery
Muft Tate, Owner
Get Your Copy
"Everybody Square Dances!'
IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS
LARRY W. MULL
On Sale in Waynesville at
WAYNESVILLE PHARMACY ROY MOSEMAN
' JONES KADIO STOKE
A religious survey will be made
,'t '.ivmcs ille In church work
ins in collection with the Baptist
Sundav mIipoI enlargement cam
pan i Saturday, July 17.-
T,'nt-si state-wide Sunday
-(bool workers will arrive here to
take charge of the program Those
workers will cooperate with Sun
da school loaders in this area to
make a census of religion in this
-oeiion The visiting Baptists arc
under H'c direction of State Sun
day School Secretary L. L. Mor
gan A meeting will be held in each
ol the (I'linly's 4(1 churches for
st ud and consultal ion.
l our local workers will assist in
I his campaign
i Directing the affair will be Miss
Daphne liooiic. assoclat ional mis
sionary . James Chapman. Sunday
school superintendent of Haywood
Association, and I. I.. Morgan of
Churches part icipal ing in the
drive will ho Anliocli, Harbcrvillc.
Beavcrd.ini. Belmont. Holhel. lieii
1 ab. liurnelle Siding, Calvary.
West ('anion. North Canton. First
( anion. Clyde, Crablree. Dcllwond,
Dutch Cine, Fasl Folk, Fairviou,
l ines Creek. I l.iel wood . High St.,
.I.iiiii . Chapel, Lake Junaltiska,
Laurel Grove, Liberty. Maple
Crow, Oak Crovo. Olivet, Panther
Crock. I'eai lit t oo. Pigeon, Pleas
ant Hal ..nil. Halcliffe Cove. Itich
land. Riverside. Hock Spring,
liockv Branch, Rocky Face, Sunny
Point. Waynesville. First. Wood
Tires and Tubes
Gas ami Oil
haij ntim; shell
SFF I S I OK . . .
GAS AND Oil,
Not ll Main Street
FLOWFRS FOR LVKIIY
POTTKRV AND GIFTS
WW MS VILLI: FLORIST
AM) GIFT SHOP
Meadow St. Phone filK-Y
See Us For . . .
0 Indian ( raft
0 Mountain Craft
Soco Koiid Route 19
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THIS IS THE AUDITORIUM at Lake Junaluska, where all the irorams of the Assembly
are held. The auditorium is always comfortable, as the two sides are open, alTordin an
unobstructed view of the lake. Comfortable seats have recently been installed, and the
staj;e and platform renovated. Modern sound equipment makes it easy to hear in all parts
of the auditorium.
New Church Being
Built At Clyde
Clyde will soon have a new
Methodist church. Work is now
underway and the construction
promises to be very successful, ac
cording to Boone Cagle, chairman
of the building committee.
The building will be of brick
and granite rock. Ground-breaking
ceremonies were held several
months ago, but duo lo the scar
city of material, actual construc
I ion has been held up
The building should be ready by
The Hev. J F. Samplcy serves
as pastor of the congregation.
THE BEST IN
10:00 A. M.
Hundreds Of Items Too Numerous To Mention
And The Finest Collection Of Lace Dresden
Figures Ever Offered To The Public For Sale
Valuable Gifts FREE At Each Sale!
Two Sales Daily
10:00 a.m. 8 p.m.
Begun At Canton
The Canton Presbyterian church
began its Daily Vacation Bible
School yesterday morning and will
I continue the school through June
Classes will be held each morn
ing from 9 to 12 o'clock Begin
ners, primary, junior and inter
mediate classes will be held.
Workers at the school arc Mrs
Mary Gillis, Mrs. Malcolm Lyons,
Mrs. Boy Foster, Mrs, Joe King,
Miss Betty Jo Henderson, Betty
Jane Hawkins. Billy How land.
Mrs Albert Mijrsc and Mrs D O
Junaluska Supply Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Also Complete Line ItuildiiiK
Millwork to Order Gas and Oil
HIC. CHIEF SERVICE
At Fntrance Telephone 88
Lake Junaluska, N. C.
This Season We Have Our
Fine Diamond Jewelry . . . Importer! Porce
lains . . . Watches . . . Clocks . . . Antique
English Silver . . . Anliite Furniture . , .
Sterling Silver . . . Complete Sterling Fhit
ware Sets . . . Service for H ;incl 12 . . . Art
Twice This Week
Cap! James M Davis of the lo
cal National Guard, has announced
that drills will be held Tuesday
and Friday nights of Ibis week in
preparation lor the two weeks' en
campment which starts on July 12.
The local company is the anti-tank
unit ol the !20lh Infantry.
Your Vacation Snapshots
S Hour Service
Masonic Temple ItlrtK.
Looking tor GOOD FOOD?
HUH N E T T E ' S
C A F E
Main SI. Waynesville
THIRD BRILLIANT SEASON OPENING JULY 20TH!
" (Tljral-rc lt tTljc ktj"
IIAI LUOOD AUDITORIUM WAYNESVILLE
Season tickets On Sale At Chamber of Commerce and Leading
Hotels Phone 286 For Reservations
Our New Large Building
Blue Ridge P'kway
In Pisgah Now
Open To Motorists
The 5-mile section of the Blue
Ridge Parkway in Pisgah National
Forest is open to the motorists.
Take Highway No. 276 from
Waynesville to Wagon Road Gap
the top of the mountain as it cros
ses Pisgah. Then turn to the right,
and for five miles the Parkway
runs on the ridge of the mountain,
giving an awe-inspiring view of
the thousands of acres of Pisgah
National Forest below.
The road is wide, not steep, and
has long sweeping curves. The
Parkway is not paved but has an
excellent driving surface.
Be sure to stop at Green Knob,
for a 300-degree view of the whole
area, lt is 20 milts to Wagon Road
Gap, all paved A trip down the
other side of the mountain to Brev
ard is well worth your while, a
distance of 20 miles.
Horace Kephard Says
"Mysterious, indeed, this Smoky
Mountain region has been ever
since the first white explorer, De
Soto, beard of it. nearly four cen
tiMis ago At intervals of many
years a few adventurous botanists
and geologists have roamed its for
ests . . The wildest and most pic
turesque highland east of the
Hockies remained virtually un
known until about ten years ago.
Kven today, there are gulfs in the
Smokies that no man is known to
The papaya, a tropical fruit, was
used as hog feed in Cuba until re
BEST I);iVE-IN IN
Hit KAK FAST OCR
Opposite Pet Plant
10:00 A. M.
Two Sales Daily
10:00 a.m. 8 p.m.