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THE WAYNESVTLLB MOUNTAINEER
WNC Fair Opens
The l'.49 Westrin North Carotin;
Fair npem-ri at Hfiidcrsonville to
da for a six d :iv vt.incl
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u'eri (ur V. i di.t -vd., . Thiird.i. jiu
Toni"i ! nW u i ', !l Sehool C'I'l.
(iicn - Pj !i i Ihh'I pupils hi
eonie to :i'!ei;d the event v.il. In
admitted uithmit charge.
The juuf.li;; in the Junior Pun
Slum . .--pon-iii i'd by the Hemh :'
sonwl'e (.'lumber of Comnnin
ul start at 10 a m. tomorrow, will
;i 4-H Cluh Dress Review sihiii
uled to start half an hour later
Judging wiil tart in the Cipei
Livestock Classes at 10 a. 111
Stock car i.iccs will feature In
Saturday entertainment program
with midget auto races set for Sa1
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HARDY LINER, Jr., Owner
f Continued from pafe one;
County recreation officials at the
.Him time reminded the retidents
f ca Ii community that the one
i.e iirg the l uge'.l delegation at
eiidini: the event!; will be awarded
') point - on their rcoie sheet.
The over all niiinei will be de
nied on the l,,,.ii . ,,i (lt. highest
'"'': f point.: cmjdled in all
In ..eili'ion to I ho number for
' 1 a'b'mi.-tm . I lie w inner of
e : 11 i .' - -1 1 1 .. r i ! Maine will be
v- an'' I : I"' . otthail, 2,'.; wo
h'.i i- '. pit. him,'. It); men's
' In i :. Hi. tug-o-war.
'i- , and trio singing, 20;
'. .ii. ;ii.:ni : .'ill.
' '"' 1 ' id ol the day will
'! ' ' II g, lues, sched-
i I. Mi ; .11 In ei.
I ;!!' ' lor I l:r r iiurs will be
at com e Mon stands
hi 1' w ii! lie op. n on the grounds.
. v in ; vv illi Mr. I.eatherwood
n I hi .am i ai Field Day coiniilit-
.;i 1 Miss .Margaret Green,
Vvid I 11 iervvood. Stanley l.iving
en el Civile, 1 he Itev. Clyde Col-!.-
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ii id'- I1.1 I In en limed and treated
villi pnta-h. has increased its liny
lelu tiO per cent.
'I "It I . I' I ir-t-nla furnished
l .11 a .c ap, 11 Inn nl. Flectnc kit
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(Continued from pace one)
Center Ilkeon Community IVx-el
opment Program, toJd thf player
that in effoct thr mattrr of wheth
er they rwve a foollvill (i or not
is up to the players themyrlvr.
Pointing out that there were
just 11 members of ihe wjimd pres
ent, he declared that the rititens
would have to sra deep ln(erM in
the development of a squad evid
ent in all the players.
He told them that one concrete
way they could show their own
interest Would lw In fnllou miisri-
entiously the Instructions of Coach
r. J Johnson and stick by the
"You'll have to show yourselves."
he added. "worthV of th monev
that will have to be raised."
Jack Sloan, West Pigeon Com
munity Development chairman,
urged that a team be .started this
year if at all possible, and that it
start building for the next suc
We need the funds to start."
he reiterated, "then we could oav
our own way."
Pointing up the need for protec
tive uniforms, Mr. Johnson said
the boys can't start the rough con
tact work until this equipment is
Practice started last week. The
boys put in the four days of good
weather in physical conditioning
and ball handling.
Another major problem facing
the organization of a squad is the
one of transportation.
The boys who have been staying
alter school to practice miss the
regular school buses, which pull
out after classes are dismissed.
In brief, this means that some
other way will have to be found
to get the boys back to their homes
alter practice, and back and forth
from the games.
In reference to the scheduling
Mr. Evans and others suggested
that the team should plaV schools
which also are just starting out and
the "B" teams of the larger schools,
like Canton and Waynesville.
In later seasons, with the boys
experienced, the team would play
a more repersentative schedule.
The principal also said the school
would comply strictly with the
rules of the North Carolina High
School Athletic Association.
"We don't want a boy who is in
terested in doing nothing but play
football enrolling in the school," he
His comments regarding the
Bethel Community itself indicated
mai me school inevitably will have
a full-fledged program of all ma
"Bethel." he predicted, "will one
day he a city.
"And the people naturally will
want Bethel represented in the ma
As far as the quality of the play
ers is concerned, Mr. Johnson de
clared he saw lln rnaimn xh ik
boys would not stick with the
squad after the going gets rough.
"They're not different from the
waynesville or the Canton boys,"
In covering the details attend
ant to the organization of a squad
Mr. Evans said there would be
Physical examinations to determine
the ability of the candidates to
stand the exertion of the game, and
Insurance to cover the squad
against game injuries.
During the discussion, also, there
was a suggestion that aid in the
organization of a tram could be a
project of the five Community De
velopment organizations Cruso
Cecil East Pigeon, Center Pigeon!
and West Pigeon.
These organizations will be ask
ed to send representatives to the
Thursday night meeting
Spokesmen said also that mem
bers of the Pigeon Valley Civic
Club would attend this second
This organization had the heavi
est representative at the initial
meeting. Its rPKi.lir
called off to permit the members
If the taam is organized, it
would give Haywood Cmmtv ihn,o
representatives in high school grid
1 1 . SS I
II J" '
NANETTE KII.KY. 1 1 - nioii, 1, . -old
il.i'.o'litor of Mr. and .Mr-.. Da
vid Kiky ol Lake JiiikiIonU i, won
the grand prize in the C'iinlon
Labor Day Celebration baby
health contest. She al .o placed
first in the croup of ounj: tors
one year to Hi months of ,o;e.
(Continued from Pase 1)
chapters in conjunction with the
Sponsoring the Waynesville chap
ter campaign is the Waynesville
chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi,
headftl by Mrs. Herbert iiraren,
During the regular drive last
winter, Haywood residents raised
$20,649. Half of this went to the
National Foundation' treasury.
Mrs. Mill Norrts. Waynesville
polio chapter treasurer, said letters
containing contributions should be
Polio Emergency Drive
Waynesville, N. ('.
In the epidemic of l!tlf.. North
Carolina bad a total l.fillfi case
reported, second highest in the na
This stale received $ii(l2.n00 in
funds from the National Founda
tion North Carolina had 137 new
cases reported this year.
The members of the Haywood
American Legion post here voted
thiir unanimous endorsement of
the proposed hospital bond issue
The Legionnaires expreteed their
support in adopting an amendment
to go on record as being unani
mously in favor of the issue, which
will be submitted to popular vote
in he county on October 1.
The .action, taken at the Post's
regular meeting, followed a plea
by Joe Davis, vice-president of the
i First National Bank of Waynes
: ville, for the Legion's support.
I Ho told them of the need for ex-
; pansion to remedy current crowded
j conditions at the Haywood County
In other business, the Post ad
mitted five new members and voted
to double the number of regular
meetings' held each month.
Under the change, the Post will
meet on the first and third Wed
nesdays of each month, instead of
only on the second Friday as it has
Post Commander Ernnal PH.
wards explained that the doubling
til is designed to promote more
interest in the organization.
The first of the semi-monthly
meetings will be a business ses
sion, and the other a social ses
sion, he added.
At the same time, he extended
an invitation to all World War I
and World War II veterans to at
tend the next social meeting, which
win oe 110 ( Sell oinhor 91
(Continued from rase 1)
pie who attended the rppnl.ir
monthly meeting of the Community
Development Program organiza
tion, he explained the needs of the
Haywood County Hospital and what
the approval of the bond issue
He also explained Hip ornnnspH
Issue ilself, what the county share
of the expense would be, In pro
portion to the share the state and
federal governments would pay.
The Waynesville pastor was in
troduced by Bob Francis, Itatcliffe
Cove community chairman.
In other business that night,
Claude Francis, chairman nf n...
community beef cattle committe..
showed a motion picture on "Meat
Production. The Hereford Way".
Bob Cody was the projector opera
It was announced before ad
journment that the next regular
meeting would be held In the com
munity building at 8 p.m. October
(Continued from Pare 1
last Friday night delivered an ap
peal to the fans at the Canton
Sand Hill football game to support
the hospital bond issue. Approxi
mately 4,000 people heard the plea
over the public address system.
The Haywood American Legion
Post of Waynesville last Friday at
its regular monthly meetini? iman.
at the imously adopted
two co-captain (u
lie Womak ,, . . ': H
Owen:. He ..." ;'";
their ahilii.. . " ''Ii.
"The quest j ., ,
tbese days is 'How i.
I lie coach i.,.ii. ,
as good as last , . ' i
I got to hustle" ' "" """' I.--.,
After the Boost.-, . r,,.,
a number ol q,,.,,, jn ' , ' "llvl""(.
Mr. Weatherby, ran,.,,,,. "
sonalilics oi, ,,.n 'h """ l'"i
improvenienls m ( h " ""'
which .include a .'' "liu"i.
box, and an cled
me improvemenls have !)(
or me ieiu. il ..i .i
and not lor the pl.-.v.-.s
2, ,l. 1
. . - - iiiu ..vuv. an ailiriiuiiteill
Legions headquarters on the sec- Putting the post on record as favor-
ond floor of the
old Citizens Bank
of the Crabtree Methodist Charge
will report on the P-TA state con
vention he attended last spring as
Crabtree-Iron Duff representative.
The meeting also will serve to
welcome new teachers of the Crab-tree-Iron
nig me proposed issue.
The post several years ago had
officially approved the project of
expanding the hospital here.
Cigar consumption in the United
States from October, 1948, through
July, 1949, was about 2 per cent
lower than in the same months a
(Continued from i'a(.,
HBu.S wa, i ,,,,,,,
Serving as pallbearer., ,
nias Hightowor, Ol. l'i,r,(,. i;h '.'
Parnsh, Jim Willi,,,,,..- S(.( " "
and Hugh llighi ovver.
Survivors include iu, W.,u,
Mrs. Olive Wilson ,,1: '
Hubert of Waynesville , ,ly "'!
Mrs. John ,,,,. of ,,, ':; ';
S; and a brother, Hobm 0, w,,
mire, S. C.
Waynesville was in
n:r nf Hi,.
ou IX TO hvi;
200-year-old laver'n l,,il,; k
will be moved 1.", ,ji,., f . , ,
Charleniont l fiid )ee,r.,i
part of the reslorali, ,..,,',
of that colonial village, liml, -ii,,,,,,
1750 as Lamb's Inn. it was a ..,,
ping place for the liosliin-Ali,,,,,,
N. Y., stagecoach.
V N Dl I
Crabtree-I. D. P-TA
To Meet Thursday
The first meetini; of the Crabtree-Iron
Dun' P-TA of lliu new
school year will be held Thursday
The tension has ben called by
Mrs. Hugh L. Noland, pre-iident of
The Uev. C. O. Newell, pastor
Bethel, third largest school in
the county, has a high school kIu
deut body of 2110 pupils anil a total
of approximately 700 ilndenl, in
the elementary guides.
It is second only to Waynesville
in size among the county's district
schools, and comes next to Waynes
ville and Canton, in that order,
among ali schools in Haywood.
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