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The Waynesville Mountaineer
Published Twice-A-Week In Tho County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, W.C- MONDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 19, 1919 "gao and Jackson Counties
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4 Divorces j
Granted In j
Judge Dan K. Moore of Sylva
granted four divorces this morning
in the opening session of Haywood
Superior Court's two-week Sep
I (ember civil term.
! He also continued until, the No
vember term of Cherokee Superior
j Court a hearing on a temporary
! restraining order from Graham
! County. ,
! The Beinis Hardware Lumber
1 Company is seeking a permanent
1 order restraining Carolyn Thrash
' Dorset from logging on a 640-acre
timber tract which the firm claims
' it owns.
j A temporary order was signed
j by Judge Moore last August in
i chambers at Sylva.
! The hearing, which was contin
ued until November is to determine
'whether the order shall remain in
The firm also seeks $500 compen
sation for damages allegedly done
' by the defendant in logging opera
tions on the tract, and petitions
1 for judgment as sole owner of the
After the selection of the jury
for the opening session, the judge
granted divorces in the cases of:
Bruce Curtis vs; Annie W. Curtis.
Blanche O. Swanger vs. Luther
Swanger, Horace Singleton vs.
Mary Singleton, and Ralph Cope vs.
Virgie H. Cope.
Named to the jury after court
convened at 10 a.m. for the new .
term were: Woodrow Downs ot
Waynesville, William Messer, Jona-
than; Carter Osborne, Clyde; Frank ;
Henson, Beaverdam; Gouel itam
bone, Clyde; Troy Stanley, Clyde;
Carl Bryson, Iron Duff; Roy Robin
son, Beaverdam; Gordon Reeves,
Jonathan; L. H. Baldwin, Beaver
dam; Ben Mauney, Fines Creek;
and John Grasty.
Memorial services will be held at
two o'clock this afternoon in the
hv the Haywood Coun
ty Bar AssnciaUea for tblateWx.
1. urawioru, "
w ho died a year ago.
The Court Docket for the first
Monday In re: will of Noland;
Ferguson vs Noland, Ferguson vs
Noland, Noland vs Highway Com
mission, Wenz vs Highway com
Tuesday General Electric Co.
vs Sutton, Parris vs Parris. Gar--o.t
Fnnpral Home vs Caldwell,
Roofing Company vs Gibson, Sen
telle vs Murray, Sewell vs McAl
haney, Shakelton vs Farmers Fede
ration. Wednesday Laundry Co. vs.
(See Court Page R
PARAPLEGIC JAILED IN ACCIDENT
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SITTING DEJECTEDLY in his wheelchair in a Chicago Jail is James Moore,
21-year-old paraplegic war veteran, who was arrested after he had run
over his wife with his car. The former serviceman said that he had had
an argument with her in a tavern and followed her down an alley with
his specially constructed car. He insists he did not know of the accident
until he felt a bump and heard a scream. (International Soundphoto)
WHCC Mow With Mutual
Farm Bureau j
Officers, directors and special
committees of the Haywood County
Farm Bureau and its auxiliary will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Haywood County Court House
to plan for the October member
The meeting was called this
week by Charles M. McCrary.
Bureau president, and Mrs. .iai
Yates, president of the Bureau s
2 Business Units
To Meet Tuesday
The local Merchants Association
will discuss the third annual
Tobacco Harvest Festival at their
meeting on Tuesday night at the
court house. The meeting will be
gin at 7:30, according to W. M.
"Bill" Cobb, president.
The board of directors of the
Chamber of Commerce will horn
their regular monthly meeting at
7 o'clock, at the same place, since
many will want to attend the Mer
chants meeting, it was announced
by James KilpatricK, presiaem
the Chamber of Commerce.
WTHS Bands To
The 120 boys and girls of
Waynesville High School's junior
and senior hands will go to Ashc
ville Friday afternoon to hear some
Band Director Charles Isley
inriav In- is taking his musi
cians to the matinee concert of the
li s: Marine Band at the City
Auditorium. It is scheduled to i
start at 3 P. M. ;
Thev'll be back in plenty of time ,
for the kickoff of the Waynesville1
Trvon football game that night. It
wiil be Waynesville's first home
game of the season.
Sept. 21 Deadline
To File For Bear
j Hunting Permits
i Hunters wishing to participate
in the annual Dear ana wnu o..-.
hunts must have Oieir applications
for special permit? on file with the
North Carolina Wildlife Resources
Commission hy September 21, ac
cording In Clyde P. Patton. Execu
tive Director of the Commission.
Anplicalioiis must be accom
,,,.,,,.,.(1 hv a Ir.l of not more than 25
name- ot hunters wishing to form
a hunting narty. and a check or
,,,,,,,,-v order in the amount of
$-.0 oo payable to the Wildlife I'-e-i
sources Commission. The organized
i !,,.; and boar hunts will get under
way iu Sherwood and hanieoiMii
Wildlife Areas on October 17. A
public drawing will be held at
10 1)0 a.m. in Waynesville on Oc
tober I to determine successful applicants.
Three notional prfn-ranis looav
Salute WIK.'C as a new alliliaW- of
the Mutual Broadcasting Company.
The salute to the Wayne:, villi- radio
slat ion. curried over the entire
network, were heard on the Dell
Ti -program) t . 1 kSO- and Sai"
with on the "Say It With Music"
program al 2::i).
The third salute -will be heard
at 5:4.ri on the "Two Ton Baker''
WHCC became an affiliate of Mu
tual, which is the largest of the
four networks, on Friday. This is
(he first time the station has had a
network since it went on the air
mote than two years ago.
The station. will continue to car
ry local programs, in addition to
the well known programs of Mu
tual. A large sports program, in
chidine the World Series will be
The American Red Cross Blood
mobile will pay its third visit to
the Waynesville area tomorrow.
A blood donor room will be set
it) in the Hazelwood Presbyterian
Church from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
to receive contributions.
Local Blood program workers
said the hours were rearranged to
permit people to volunteer their
donations without losing time from
On the previous visits of the
Bloodmobile from the Asheville
rpnionnl blood center, the donor
rooms opened an hour earlier and
staved onen for a six-hour period.
Tomorrow's schedule will keep
the donor room open for seven
OITicials asid today thai, unlike
the previous periods, no iiota has
been set for contributions.
Donor Recruitment Chairman
Wayne Corpening said the program
needs all the volunteers it can get.
Dr. It. S Roberson aided in
making the arrangements tor mo
donor room, in cooperation wun
the Rev. Paul Patterson Thrower,
pastor of the Hazelwood church.
Ti... nnninmrnt will bo set up
by medical technicians who will
accompany the doctors and nurses
from the Asheville center with I he
Hiss Jewell Graves, American
Red Cross field representative
ilh the Asheville center.
vill he on hand
Mrs Charles K. Kay and Mrs.
Felix Stovall are serving as volun
teer co-chairmen in the local pro
gram. Local officials reminded Waynes
ville area residents that the amount
of blood derivatives and whole
blood the Haywood County Hos
pital gels from the Asheville cen
i..,. f..i- ltsr natienls' needs still ex
ceeds the amount of donations the
center receives from this section.
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Judges Working On Field
Day Points To Determine
The Winning tommunuy
FRANK ALBRIGHT was the first
.,ii..nt ever treated al the Hay
wood county Hospital. Mr. Albright );iml
State Alumni Will
For Ladies' Night
The Haywood unit of the Slate
College Alumni Association will
have ladies-night at Lake Logan
Lodge on Thursday night, starling
at six o'clock, it was announced
this morning by Howard Clapp.
Dr. W. G. Van Nolo, director ot
the engineering research depart-
i ..r ii,., wiiieup will be the
'principal speaker. 11. W. I aylor.
! executive secretary of the Alumni
Association, will also attend.
carried over the station, as well as 1 nere an- . . . -
oolhal, games each Saturday dm- lege Alumni in Haywood . d
inx the season. hirce number are expected to at
'"such programs as Kale Smith, tend, and bring, their wive.
... .1 ii, iii.mv Seaman, of Canton.
and Hob Poole, and ' Ouoon tor a
Day" will be heard regularly over
A complete schedule of the pro
grams will be given in the near fu
ture, it was announced.
wnrkinu for the Slimiest Lum
her Company, when he broke Hire" 1
bones in his fool. He was rushed j
to the- Hospital, and treated by the
late Dr. W. L. Kirkpalrick. Just as
Mr. Albright was being carried in.!
a (i-year-old girl was taken in for
an operation, but he was treated
before- the' operation was per
formed. Since he was treated lor bis
broken fool, there have been 41,-
':'.) others treate-d al the hospital
during the 21years. This figure is
as of the first of the month.
Mr. Albright is now with Pet
Dairy here, and a consistent boost
er of I he Hospital expansion pro
gram. "I know what it meant to me
b.nk when I broke my toot, and
while 1 hope 1 am fortunate enough
not lo have to go back for treat
ment, I am sure lor the expansion
- il is badlv needed." (Mountaineer
photograph by Ingram' Studio).
First Home Game
Waynesville- High Schools mu
sicians continued he-avy work to
day as the Mountaineers' first
home game of the 1049 football
Band Director Charles lsley said
the senior band of 70, including
musicians, drum majorettes, ana
color guard, would give their first
show of Ihe season Friday night at
the Tryou game here.
As lor Ihe junior unit of f0
members, he f-aid this one al -o
would play, if llii-j were in top
"We si ill have- a lot of work to
10. " he- said, referring lo his juniors.
lie explained that the junior
is made- up mostly of boys
anil girls who have ne-ve-r marched
as a unit. Only a lew performers
are li'fl from last year's crack
The others eilhi-r graduated or
: t. .. .1
were promoted to tin' senior oaiiu. j
Meanwhile. I he cliee-r leaders
we-nl back to work this week pol
ishing their performances for the
Friday night contest.
Vivian Walkins was elected head
cheer leader, and Nancy and Susie
Stamey, twins, Mary Sue- Sparks,
Donnie Le-athcrwood, Frank James,
Bobbie Robinson, and Bud Buch
anan were named lo the group last
They gol their first workout of
the- season last Friday night when
the Mountaineers opened their
season against Sylva al. Sylva. Ana
il proved a lough one for the cheer
leaders. The game ended in. a tie,
and the Mountaineers were in
trouble several times in the last
James Holder Is
As A Barber
Mount mincer w as informed
that tlv North Carolina
of I, Milliners' civil suit
James Holder of Ila.el-
I 13 Partlv
I nd Tues-
!of the State
Mrs. J. M. Long Breaks
Leg in Fall in Garden
Mrs James M. Long received a
. , i last Kridav morning
nroReu its -- ,
when she fell down steps in the
... i.-- knnu and Will oe
garaen di mi .....
confined to her bed for about th ee
weeks. She is at her home on the
Country Club Drive.
wood has been wilh'lraun.
Mr. Holder is a licensed barber.
He showed a member of The
Mountaine-er stall his North Caro
lina certificate-, dated July fi. 104!),
and bearing the number 2144. offi
cially authorizing him to , practice
barbe-ring in this stale.
The Mountaineer's information
for Ihe news item which appeared
in last Thursday's edition was ob
tained from Haywood Superior
Court records, but was not com-
This paper regrets any etnbarass
ment that may" have been caused
to Mr. Holder and is happy to take
this occasion to bring the matter
up to date.
president of Ihe Haywood unit.
Dr. Shaw Has 2
Dr. Luther Shaw, tobacco spe
cialist al the Stale- Test Farm, had
two technical reports in Ihe ypeci.il
tobae-e-o issue of He-search and
Farming, which is published quar
terly by the Norlh Carolina Agri
cultural Experiment Station.
One of Ihe articles was he-aded
"Turkish Shows Phnphale Need''
and the other "Iiming for Bur-lev".
Two experiment points in
Burley -Turkish area one here
the other at Laurel Springs.
Of WKC To Meet
The 12 directors of the Western
North Carolina Tourist Association
will meet here Wednesday, at 10:30,
to complete a number of pending
business mailers for the organiza
tion which covers 12 counties.
Mrs. Fdith Alley, secretary, said
the meeting would be held in the
Park olTice in the Masonic Temple,
and among Ihe matters to claim the
alien) ion of the directors will be
deciding on official insignia signs,
adoption of by-laws and constitu
tion and welcoming Polk County
into the association.
The organization was started
ho'e- several months ago. This is
the second monthly meeting of the
Of God Session
Workers To Have
A training course for Girl Scout
Troop leaders and other workers
in Ihe Girl Scout Council win oe
conducted by Miss Alice Fincher,
starting next we-e-k.
The course will he given at The
Hut in four sessions, September
27 and 29 and October 4 and 6,
from seven to nine o'clock in the
All leaders, prospective leaders,
council members, and parents of
Girl Scon's are especially request
ed to attend the course and all in
terested persons are invited.
John West, Jr.
I John W. West, Jr. was awarded
the ll.S degree in Commerce at
the close of I he summer session at
jibe University of North Carolina.
He majored in Production.
I Mr, West attended Brevard Col
lege after gradual ion from Waynes
ville High School and during the
war held a civil position with the
About 1200 Attended
On Saturday; Much
Approximately 1.200 men, wo
men, and children from throughout
Haywood County watched contest
ants from six communities com
pete Saturday at Canton High
School athletic field for top honors
in the first Haywood County Com
munity Development Field Day
County Agent Wayne Corpening
said toeiay the results would be
tabulated and the winner deter
mined at a meeting of the recre
ation commission at the Court
The session is scheduled to open
at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. C. L.
Allen. Commission chairman, pre
The colorful event climaxed the
setries of inter-community Field
Days that were held all during the
summer as part of the county-wide
recreation program which was
launched earlier with the estab
lishment of the commisison.
for the Field Day
title Saturday were representatives
from Saunook, Thickety, upper
Crabtrce, White Oak, Last Pigeon,
and Iron Duff.
The winning team will be de
termined from the total score the
communities accumulated in all
the events. Fifty points was award
ed to the community having the
Twenty-five points each went to
the winning boys' and girls' soft-
Ten points each was awarded to
the winning men's and women's
horseshoe pitching teams, ZO to trie
tug-o -war winner, 30 to the win
ner of the group singing, and 2f to
the winner of the quartet, and trio
S' Tne8Field Day recreation com
mittee, headed by Chairman Mar
vin Leatherwood, consisted also of
Miss Margaret Green. Jack Justice,
David Underwood, Stanley Livings
ton, the Rev. Clyde Collins, and
Mrs. Clifton Shook.
C. C. Poindexter, Canton High
School athletic director, was field
judge for the entire program.
Umpires for the softball games
were Mr. Underwood, Mr. Leather
wood Assistant Coach Carl Rat
clifTe' of Waynesville High, and
Champion yMCA Pitching Ace
i..a,.u for nthpr events included
Miss Nancy Killian of Waynesville
High, Mrs. Donald Kandoipn oi
Canton, and Mrs. Robert Matthews
rvi tv Field Football
Team; Over $600 ttaisea
Isley Named To
Charles lsley, director of the
Waynesville Township High School
band, was elected to the executive
committee of the North Carolina
Bandmasters Association this week
end. The elections were held during
the dinner rrteeting Friday in
A large delegation from Hay
weiod County's Church of God
i churches attended last week's 441 h
iannhal World-Wide Assembly of
the Church at Cleveland, Tenn
1 The nine-day session ended yes
terday. Among Ihetse from Haywood who
attended were Ihe Rev. N. G. Hen
derson, pastor of the Canton
! church; and Mrs. E. R. Caldwell,
! Mrs. Minnie Case, and Mrs. J. N.
Leatherwood, all of Waynesville.
j Nearly 12,000 members of the
church attended the Assembly.
t .... ... ..i. , i,iim Congressman George Smatners is
rapidly since cuii.y uc(,muii&. -
land its organization now includes expected to arrive today from
'.Bob Jones College, which is now Washington to visit his parents.
located at Greenville, S.C. Judge and Mrs. Frank Smathers.
Men's Group To
Meet At Rectory
The first fall meeting of the
Men's Fellowship Group of Grace
Episcopal Church will be held at
the Rectory on Wednesday even
ing al 8 o'clock.
All men of the Parish are invited
Robert H. Breese, Jr.. was award
ed the A. B. degree at the summer
session of the University of North
Carolina which closed in August.
Mr. Breese. who w?n active in
social and political affairs at the
University, was a member of the
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, the
Voung Democratic Club of the Uni
versity, and the Western North
Carolina Club. Hp was also a mem
ber of the inter-fraternity cquncil
and served as social chairman of
his fraternity and treasurer of The
University Party. Before entering
the university he attended Christ
School at Arden and served as
aerial gunner with the Army Air
Forces during World War II.
He ws one of 91 students of the
University to be placed on the
Dean's List during the last quarter.
, Piceon Community Development
Bethel High School will have ai'e (hen announced that his
football team this season. j ' ' n;,'ion had voted to guar-
Atameetingof about Juubeu.e.. contribution of at least
,nn .-uarrf the $1,000 minimum
Many Changes Expected
It Methodist Conference
Hundreds Expected Here
Wednesday For Inspection
Of State Test Farm Corn
citizens at the mgn " . " i
day night, more than ouu
pledged within 20 minutes after
Principal E. J. Evans called for
suggestions on how to settle the
problem of equipping the squad.
Mr. Evana aaW the school
would et miifornM for 20 play
era this week and hoped to raise
enough money to set equipment
i r .k4iv afterward.
set for football uniiii-
The Bethel chapter of the Order
nf the Eastern Star through a
representative, pledged to match it
A officer of the Pigeon Valley
Civic Club said his organization
would equal that contribution.
Then the members of the Bethel
The eves of Haywood county
Methodists, along with those of
most Western North Carolina, are
focused on the annual conference
whici; will convene in the Centen
ary Methodist church in Winston
Salem starting Wednesday and con
tinuing through the 2fith.
There is always speculation con
cerning pulpit changes as confer
ence approaches, and Haywood is
cuo spveral new faces in
second, according to opinions
pressed in Methodist circles.
One speculation, coming out of
Charlotte, listed a number, of pos
sible changes, which included a
number of Haywood pastors. How
ever, some who are in on proposed
changes, said ,he Polished list,
was for the most part, "just specu
lation, without official foundation".
The conference appointments
will be announced on Monday,
Methodist pulpits after October Sept
A large number of farmers from
all sections of Western North
Carolina are expected to attend the
annual corn field day at the State
Test Farm here.
The event will begin at 1:30,
according to Howard Clapp, direc
tor in charge.
Last year some 500 farmers at
tended the field day.
Mr. Clapp said that there are
ahmit 400 tvnes and strains of corn
planted this year at the farm, with j
35 different varieties on test. After j
a visit to the plots ot corn on ine
farm, the group will visit at least
two farms in the county that have
unusually high corn yields. This
feature is being arranged by
Wayne Corpening. county agent.
Among the specialists planning
to be here for the occasion Wed
nesday, includes Dr. E. R. CoUins,
Dr. W. E. Caldwell, Dr. P. H. Har
vey, Dr. R. P. Moore and Henry
Injured ... 38
(This Information com
piled from Records ot
Stat Highway Patrol). '
1UI li IIUIIE
Jack Sloan, chairman of the West ,
(See Betnei rw -